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Roadrunner Announces Two Re-Issues
March 5, 2009
Roadrunner Records is proud to announce the rereleasing of two crucial albums from the label's deep, highly respected catalog. Type O Negative's essential 'Slow, Deep and Hard' and Glassjaw's genre-defining 'Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence' will be re-entering the marketplace on March 24 with an assortment of added audio and visual bonuses.

Type O's head-turning, raw debut, 'Slow, Deep and Hard', was originally released in 1991 and is credited with launching the black-humored, doomy metal band's career. Type O eventually went on to become the first Gold-certified band on Roadrunner. The reissue is re-mastered, which adds an element of crispness to this classic release's sound. It also includes a bonus track called "Hey Pete." It will also feature new liner notes, redesigned artwork and extra photos. It's a "must have" for fans of Brooklyn's finest.

'Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence' by Long Island's Glassjaw was the sounding bell for emotionally aggressive post-hardcore. The album, which unexpectedly impacted the scene like an atom bomb in 2000, was a heart-on-the-sleeve slab of hulking, noisy and earnest rock. It quickly established Glassjaw as one of the architects of today's screamo scene, something for which they take no credit. The reissue features new liner notes as well as the "lost" track, "Convectuoso," in addition to a cover of Youth of Today's hardcore classic, "Modern Love Story."

Each reissue will hit retail shelves on March 24, 2009.
 
 
 
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Roadrunner Records Announces 'Roadrunner United' 2 Disc DVD
October 9, 2008
Roadrunner Records is pleased to announce the release of 'Roadrunner United The Concert' on December 9, 2008. The double-disc set hits shelves almost three years to the day after the now-legendary concert held at the Nokia Theater in Times Square in New York City on December 15, 2005. The concert enjoyed a cult, "You had to be there!" status in the metal and hard rock scenes and now Roadrunner is giving the label's diehard followers a chance to witness the event for themselves.

'Roadrunner United The Concert' captures the festive intensity of the evening. A house band, featuring members of core Roadrunner acts such as Slipknot, Sepultura and Machine Head, performed hits and classics culled from the entirety of the Roadrunner catalog. Some of the highlights included Slipknot/Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor performing "Bother" with Life of Agony's Keith Caputo, former Killswitch Engage singer Jesse Leach dueting with current vocalist Howard Jones for KsE's "My Last Serenade", an assortment of frontmen handling vocals for staple songs like Slipknot's "(Sic)" and "Surfacing," Machine Head's "Davidian," King Diamond's "Abigail," Sepultura's "Refuse/Resist," Type O Negative's "Black No. 1," Soulfly's "Eye For an Eye" as well as four songs from the 'Roadrunner United: The All-Star Sessions' album. The double disc set also includes a 75-minute documentary, complete with interviews and behind-the-scenes footage, making it an even more intimate, fan-friendly experience!

The DVD is essential for those who've followed Roadrunner from its humble beginnings as a Dutch import label to the powerhouse, gold standard in hard rock and heavy metal that it has become.
 
 
 
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Hatebreed: New Video, Live DVD In September
May 27, 2008
The brand-new video for Hatebreed’sNever Let It Die”, along with a comment from frontman Jamey Jasta, is available now and can be viewed below. This is the last video the band will produce from its latest album, 'Supremacy'.

Hatebreed’sNever Let It Die” video will be available as a bonus feature on the band’s forthcoming DVD, 'Live Dominance', which is slated for a September release on Koch Records.

Jamey Jasta commented on the video: “What’s up faithful headbangers!? I’m here to give you the inside scoop on the Hatebreed video for our track “Never Let It Die.” We recorded this at various different shows across Europe on the ‘Supremacy World Tour.’…We wanted it to be an uplifting and inspiring track, and with this video we felt like we really captured the intensity of the crowd while showing how much we really enjoy and cherish doing what we do, bringing our music to the diehard metal and hardcore fans all over the world.”

Hatebreed is currently co-headlining the Jagermeister Music Tour with Type O Negative. The tour also features Canada's 3 Inches of Blood.

Hatebreed on the Jagermeister Music Tour:
5/23 - Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage Theater
5/24 - New Orleans, LA @ House Of Blues
5/25 - Houston, TX@ Verizon Wireless Theater
5/27 - Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom - ***LIVE RECORDING***
5/28 - San Antonio, TX @ Sunset Station Lonestar Pavilion
5/29 - El Paso, TX @ Club 101 (Hatebreed & 3IOB only)
5/30 - Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee Theatre
5/31 - Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues
6/01 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Avalon
6/02 - Fresno, CA @ The Exit (Hatebreed & 3IOB only)
6/03 - Anaheim, CA @ Grove Of Anaheim
6/04 - San Francisco, CA @ Grand Ballroom At Regency Center
6/05 - Chico, CA @ Senator Theater (Hatebreed & 3IOB Only)
6/06 - Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
6/07 - Spokane, WA @ Big Easy
6/08 - Billings, MT @ Shrine Auditorium
6/09 - Rapid City, SD @ Rushmore Room
6/10 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
6/11 - Omaha, NE @ Sokol Auditorium - (Hatebreed & 3IOB Only)
6/12 - Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont Club
6/13 - Sauget, IL @ Pops
6/14 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave Eagles Club
6/15 - Bloomington, IL @ The Lafayette Club (Hatebreed & 3IOB only)
6/16 - St. Paul, MN @ The Myth
6/17 - Fargo, ND @ The Venue
6/19 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
6/20 - Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
6/23 - Toledo, OH @ Headliners
6/24 - Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues
6/25 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart's
6/27 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
6/28 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5
6/29 - Johnson City @ Magic City Music Hall

Hatebreed with Iron Maiden:
6/21 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada - Parc Jean Drapeau - Heavy MTL Fest

Hatebreed on Monsters of Rock:
7/26 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada - McMahon Stadium - Monsters of Rock

For more Hatebreed touring and ticket information please visit www.myspace.com/hatebreed and/or www.hatebreed.com.
 
 
 
 
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Hatebreed Teams Up With Vinnie Paul For 'Live' CD
May 22, 2008
Hardcore/Metal Grammy Nominated heroes Hatebreed have tapped the legendary
Vinnie Paul (ex-Pantera, HellYeah) to produce, document and record Hatebreed
LIVE during their Dallas, TX show at the Palladium Ballroom on May 27th.

Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta comments: "We can't even begin to explain how
excited we are to be recording our live album with Vinnie Paul! It's a great honor and privilege to be working with him on this. Vinnie knows his shit and doesn't fuck around! He's the man to get us the massive live tones we need to make this a special release. This is not just a live CD, this is live in TEXAS, where everything is bigger and badder! We're also going to be shooting some video footage for a short bonus DVD that will be like a mini-movie about the who, the what, the how and the why behind this whole project, so stay tuned and we'll see you at the show! BE READY TO LOSE YOUR MIND AND YOUR VOICE!"

Vinnie Paul also commented, saying: "'I am extremely excited to be producing, recording and documenting Hatebreed for their LIVE CD from Dallas, Texas!!! After touring with them and being personal friends with them for years, I know first-hand what a brutal and energetic band they are and how die-hard their fans are. I plan on capturing that energy and brutality live and then some!!! I encourage all the Dallas metal heads to be a part of metal history and be at the Hatebreed/Type-O show May 27th....HELLYEAH!!!"

Over the course of the band's four albums and countless legendary live shows, Hatebreed have sold over a 1 million albums in the U.S. alone, and along the way, re-defined the hardcore metal sound and culture, as we know it today.

Hatebreed is currently co-headlining the Jagermeister Music Tour with Type O
Negative.
The tour also features Canada's 3 Inches of Blood.

For more Hatebreed touring and ticket information please visit the band's Official Myspace Page and/or head on over to www.hatebreed.com.

Stay tuned for more information on Hatebreed's upcoming LIVE CD with Vinnie Paul!

Hatebreed on the Jagermeister Music Tour:
5/21 - Orlando, FL @ House Of Blues
5/22 - St Petersburg, FL @ State Theater (Hatebreed, 3IOB & The Absence)
5/23 - Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage Theater
5/24 - New Orleans, LA @ House Of Blues
5/25 - Houston, TX@ Verizon Wireless Theater
5/27 - Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom - ***LIVE RECORDING***
5/28 - San Antonio, TX @ Sunset Station Lonestar Pavilion
5/29 - El Paso, TX @ Club 101*
5/30 - Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee Theatre
5/31 - Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues
6/01 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Avalon
6/02 - Fresno, CA @ The Exit*
6/03 - Anaheim, CA @ Grove Of Anaheim
6/04 - San Francisco, CA @ Grand Ballroom At Regency Center
6/05 - Chico, CA @ Senator Theater*
6/06 - Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
6/07 - Spokane, WA @ Big Easy
6/08 - Billings, MT @ Shrine Auditorium
6/09 - Rapid City, SD @ Rushmore Room
6/10 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
6/11 - Omaha, NE @ Sokol Auditorium*
6/12 - Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont Club
6/13 - Sauget, IL @ Pops
6/14 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave Eagles Club
6/15 - Bloomington, IL @ The Lafayette Club*
6/16 - St. Paul, MN @ The Myth
6/17 - Fargo, ND @ The Venue
6/19 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
6/20 - Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
6/23 - Toledo, OH @ Headliners
6/24 - Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues
6/25 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart's
6/27 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
6/28 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5
6/29 - Johnson City @ Magic City Music Hall

*No Type O

Hatebreed with Iron Maiden:
6/21 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada - Parc Jean Drapeau - Heavy MTL Fest

Hatebreed on Monsters of Rock:
7/26 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada - McMahon Stadium - Monsters of Rock
 
 
 
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Koch and Hatebreed Enter Into A Three Project Deal
April 14, 2008
Koch Records has entered into a new multi-tiered, worldwide deal with Connecticut's Metallic Hardcore heavyweights Hatebreed. As part of the new deal, Koch Records will release a series of highly-anticipated future projects from Hatebreed.

The first project under the new deal will be Hatebreed’s first-ever live DVD. The main DVD concert shoot took place at Harpo's in Detroit on Saturday, March 29th, 2008 in front of a packed SOLD OUT crowd. Directed by Kevin Custer, the yet-to-be titled DVD will also feature a collection of recent live shows from various tour stops in Germany, Philadelphia, New York City and New Haven, CT.

The new DVD will see its release in late summer/early fall. A sneak peak can be viewed below.

Over the course of the band’s four albums and countless legendary live shows, Hatebreed have sold over 1 million albums in the U.S. alone, and along the way, re-defined the hardcore metal genre as we know it today. In addition to being the voice and visionary of Hatebreed (the most important and successful hardcore metal band today), Jasta is also the co-frontman for various side projects like Kingdom of Sorrow and Icepick and has been known to show up on occasion at special events to perform with his own solo band as well. Jasta also served as host of MTV2's Headbanger's Ball for over three years-- interviewing a who’s-who of metal music. Jamey is also the owner of Stillborn Records and the clothing line Hatewear.

Jamey Jasta states, “The band and I had set out to find an aggressive forward thinking marketing and creative team to release the first-ever Hatebreed live DVD experience, a live album, and a cool unique covers record project and teaming up with Koch Records is a perfect fit.” Jasta explains “There are other important projects that we are planning to partner with Koch Records to release. They are a smart company with a dedicated staff and I speak for the whole band when I say that Koch just gets it and aren't afraid to take risks and work their asses off. We are excited to start working together”

Scott Givens, VP of Metal, offers, “I’m thrilled to add Hatebreed & Jamey Jasta and his many endeavors/projects to the Koch family. Jamey has been a leader his entire career and we are elated that he has chosen us to be his partner going forward.”

John Franck, SVP of Marketing comments “We couldn’t be more excited to be in business with Jamey Jasta and Hatebreed. The dedication and work-ethic Jasta brings to each and every one of his projects is what it’s all about. This deal has been a long-time coming and is a great fit for Koch Records as we continue to expand our roster. Fans are going to be stoked when they see what we have in store for them; starting with this DVD which is going to hit ‘em over the head like a ton of bricks. ”

In other Hatebreed news, Jägermeister Music and Hatebreed have partnered up for the next installment of the Jägermeister Music Tour and will hit the road with good friends, Type O Negative for a co-headline bill with special guests, 3 Inches of Blood. The debauchery will kick off May 16 in Providence, RI. Having the opportunity to headline the Jägermeister Music Tour, like our friends from Slayer & Slipknot is a tremendous honor.” says frontman, Jamey Jasta. “Jägermeister has supported heavy music in so many different ways and they continue to bring together the best of the best in metal. The spring tour will be no different and co-headlining with our friends from Type O Negative makes it that much sweeter.”

Jagermeister Music Tour w/ Hatebreed & Type O Negative:
5/16 - Providence, RI Lupo's @ Heartbreak Hotel
5/17 - Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
5/18 - Baltimore, MD @ Ram's Head Live
5/20 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
5/21 - Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House of Blues
5/22 - St. Petersburg, FL @State Theatre*
5/23 - Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
5/24 - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
5/25 - Houston, TX @ Verizon Wireless Theater
5/27 - Dallas, TX @ The Palladium Ballroom
5/28 - San Antonio, TX @ Sunset Station
5/29 - El Paso, TX @ Chic's Bar & Billiards*
5/30 - Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
5/31 - Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues
6/01 - Los Angeles, CA @ Avalon
6/02 - Fresno, CA @ The Exit*
6/03 - Anaheim, CA @ The Grove of Anaheim
6/04 - San Francisco, CA @ Grand Ballroom at Regency Center
6/05 - Chico, CA @ Senator Theater*
6/06 - Portland, OR @ Roseland
6/07 - Spokane, WA @ The Big Easy
6/08 - Billings, MT @ Shrine Auditorium
6/09 - Rapid City, SD @ Rushmore Hall
6/10 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
6/11 - Omaha, NE @ Sokol Auditorium*
6/12 - Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont Club
6/13 - Sauget, IL @ Pop's
6/14 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
6/15 - Bloomington, IL @ New Lafayette Club*
6/16 - St. Paul, MN @ Myth
6/17 - Fargo, ND @ The Venue at Playmakers
6/19 - Grand Rapids, MI @ The Orbit Room
6/20 - Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
6/22 - Toronto, ON @ Opera House
6/23 - Toledo, OH @ Headliners
6/24 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
6/25 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
6/26 - Huntington, WV @ Silver City*
6/27 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
6/28 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5
6/29 - Johnson City, NY @ Magic City Music Hall

*Denotes Hatebreed Headlining Off-dates
 
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 1990
HOME TOWN: New York
MEMBERS:
Peter Steele (vocals/bass)
Josh Silver (keyboards)
Kenny Hickey (guitar)
Johnny Kelly (drums)

What A Long Range Trip It's Been... 1989: After two records and great frustration with musical direction and the inability to find good tailors for their custom-designed loincloths, thrash-core future primitives Carnivore disband. Bassist Peter Steele pursues a career at the New York City Parks Dept, where he learns a variety of skills including how to pick up human waste with a rake and new metaphors for maggots ("dancing rice"). 1990: Steele's longtime friend Sal Abruscato asks him if he wants to start a band. Steele wants to do something that won't be as strictly defined as the grind-and-grumble Carnivore, so he agrees. Abruscato enlists guitarist Kenny Hickey. Steele commandeers keyboardist Josh Silver. Steele unwinds by pursuing his favorite hobby: reading the phone book. Arriving at page 136, he sees an ad for a blood bank who is paying top dollar for a particular blood type: O negative... 1991: The quartet hunker down at Systems Two studios for six weeks and give birth to the debut Type O Negative album, Slow, Deep And Hard. The album tempers aggressive and dirge-rock tempos with Hickey's razor-sharp harmonics, Steele's heavily processed bass (described by band members as "a baritone guitar") and Silver's array of keyboard textures. "Unsuccessfully Coping With The Natural Beauty Of Infidelity" (a.k.a. - "I Know You're Fucking Someone Else") reflected homicidal anger over a relationship that was so deep, Steele attempted suicide over it. It wasn't too long until Steele played Jonathan Swift to the confederacy of rock dunces everywhere: Politically correct trust-fund owners decried Steele with such knee-jerk epithets as "misogynist scumbag" and "Nazi bastard," despite the fact that the singer actually had the nerve to be in a family with five sisters and demand that a nice Jewish boy like Josh Silver be in his band. Such oversimplifications of the band's raison d'etre robbed SD&H from reaching a wider audience. But so what? Everyone was listening to Nirvana back then, anyway... November 1991: Type O Negative hit the road on a package tour sandwiched between Biohazard and British cartoon punks, the Exploited. The pairing of Type O and the Exploited was cited by one rockcrit rocket scientist as "Slayer opening for the Banana Splits." Soon after the cartoon credits roll, Type O heads off to Europe where the Nazi-rumor mill was in full swing. The maraschino cherry topping on their shit sundae was when an angry protester smashed a jar of acid (not that kind, raver-boy) on the door to a German venue. 1992: Roadrunner tells Steele that Type O must ride the waves of the bad press, and the best way to do that is to rush release a live album. The band decide to fake a live album by playing their set poorly under one microphone in the studio, while overdubbing pseudo-crowd noises generated by neighborhood. The record, Origin Of The Feces, was initially released with a cover photo of a lamprey, but once K-mart staffers inspected the cover more closely, it was in reality, a close-up of Steele's anus. Piles of fun for everyone! 1993: Type O Negative record their second studio LP, Bloody Kisses. The dirges are cloaked in swirling atmospheres that make the girls swoon and the boys club each other like a Neanderthal Anachronistic Society. The sexy and sinister "Black No. 1" and the arcane "Christian Woman" picked up steam in the underground. TON focused their explorations into the worlds of dark sexuality and gothic imagery ('gothic' as in Wuthering Heights, not Beetlejuice), and the music reflected that without losing any resonance. Ironically, Steele wasn't sure if he wanted to carry on with Type O Negative. Steele's waffling about touring behind Kisses became a source of frustration to the Abruscato, and in response, Sal resigned from Type O to join hardcore merchants Life of Agony. Summer 1993: Type O Negative celebrate the release of Bloody Kisses by going out on tour. Johnny Kelly, longtime drum tech, van driver and occasional psychic baggage porter, was recruited for the drum chair. The tour lasts around the two-year mark, with TON sharing stages with bands as diverse as Danzig, Queensryche, Godflesh, Nine Inch Nails, Pantera and Mtley Cre. 1994: Type O become the gothadelic industrimetal equivalent to James Brown as the hardest working Brooklyn dirtboxes in show biz. They accepted an invitation to appear on the Black Sabbath tribute album, Nativity In Black (covering "Black Sabbath") and 3 years later, ended up sharing a stage with rock chairman Ozzy Osbourne during the year's OzzFest. Roadrunner then asked Steele to remix and oversee new artwork for a special digipak edition of the album. Steele decided to make sonic changes as well, replacing the Al Sharpton-inspired tracks "Kill All The White People" and "We Hate Everyone" with the moodier "Suspended In Dusk." The payoff: Bloody Kisses became TON's first gold album. Roadrunner also reissued Origin Of The Feces with artwork devoid of centerfolds from Proctology Today. In sharp contrast to Kisses, Origin has since gone linoleum. 1995: Steele - whose rugged sexuality has not gone unnoticed by scores of black-PVC-clad porn-stars and sexually frustrated housewives - takes up an offer to show his ladder-rung of love in the pages of Playgirl magazine. The band members laugh themselves into pant-pissing seizures after Hickey finds out through his publishing world contacts that 23% of the magazine's subscribers are female. Soon afterwards, Steele puts on his pants to prepare a version of TON's "Blood and Fire" for the soundtrack to TVT's Mortal Kombat. Much of this year is taken up, writing, recording and making Kelly the brunt of all their cruel jokes. 1996: Roadrunner abandons its plans for a Saturday morning kids show starring King Diamond to release Type O Negative's third album, October Rust. The record is launched with the release of the metallic big-O single, "My Girlfriend's Girlfriend," which is further propelled by a provocative video lensed by twisted NYC filmmaker Richard Kern (Sonic Youth, Lydia Lunch). More extensive touring preceded and followed the release of Rust, including dates with Ozzy and Sepultura, and a show in Cleveland where Marilyn Manson was in the audience admiring the band's use of onstage snow to simulate nuclear winter. Manson spent thousands of dollars copping the idea, much to the hysterical laughter of Type O, who merely bought a case of expired cornflakes and made Silver paint each one individually with typewriter correction fluid. 1997: After another bout of touring, the men of TON infiltrate the world of movie soundtracks. The band covered Status Quo's biggest hit, "Pictures Of Matchstick Men," for Howard Stern's Private Parts bio-pic. TON's motor-oil saturated cover of '70s footnote hippies Seals And Crofts' "Summer Breeze" found its way on the soundtrack to the Jennifer Love-Hewitt thespian-vehicle, I Know What You Did Last Summer. 1998: Babes In Toyland founder Kat Bjelland puts together a concept album based upon the Top Cow comic series Witchblade, enlisting Steele to be the voice of Ian Nottingham. Steele's vocal prowess on "Go To Sleep" makes even the heads of longtime Type O detractors swivel. The other members of TON pursue assorted activities including auto mechanics, scanning satellite dish networks for reruns of Punky Brewster and going through rehab. Steele also ends up attending the funerals of relatives and friends, an activity which will manifest itself on the album the members are now writing. 1999: The flagship feature-film The Blair Witch Project takes America by storm, and Type O Negative are stowaways in the ship's bow when their track "Haunted" is used for the film's not-quite-soundtrack album. The band also contribute tracks for the soundtracks to Carrie 2: The Rage ("Die With Me") and Bride Of Chucky ("Love You To Death"). But none of these projects adequately prepares the record-buying universe for World Coming Down, the band's fourth and most punishing album. Steele's treatises on addiction, loss and Armageddon were bathed in sheets of Hickey's caterwauling feedback, Silver's harrowing soundscapes, migraine-inducing beats and wounded, yet seething lyrical invective. 2000: The band embarks on a tour featuring labelmates Coal Chamber and new-school metallers Full Devil Jacket and the Deadlights. That summer, October Rust reaches gold status. Ever the card, Steele complains that he now owns "a pair of gold albums to serve food on, even though they don't match my apartment." Drummer Kelly, always fascinated with how things work, smashes his gold record out of the frame and actually plays it. He learns that it's actually a spray-painted copy of forgotten '80s metal-disco act Sly Fox's only album, Let's Go All The Way. Roadrunner shoots down Steele's proposal to fund a table-dancer finishing school in his name, and the label instead compiles The Least Worst Of Type O Negative, a remarkably cohesive overview of the band's career. Classic TON songs as "Unsuccessfully Coping..." "Black No. 1" and "Everything Dies" appear along such previously unreleased tracks as "Stay Out Of My Dreams," "12 Black Rainbows," "It's Never Enough" and a studio version of "Hey Pete," to satisfy both hardcore fans and armchair needle-dicks who sold their previous TON discs A longform home video, After Dark, was also released this year, which featured the band's video output, 8mm footage of transglobal shenanigans (which includes Silver's unusual approaches to personal hygiene and bathroom interviewing) and staged "personal" moments. So then, any regrets? "I regret everything," says Josh Silver. "If you have no regrets, it means you never accomplished anything in the first place." Here's to ten more years for none more negative.