Casting for zombies for a music video
Did You Bury It? Productions is looking for about 50 people to dress as zombies for an upcoming music video. If interested, visit their Facebook page. They will be release more information soon.
Gut Munchers film updates
Durden Agency artist Josh Carples has posted some film updates, including information on the upcoming zombie film Gut Munchers, which was written and directed by Jason Snellgrove of the band Neon Liars. Click here.
Hail the Titans celebrate 100th performance
It has been just over two years since Montgomery’s own Hail the Titans held their first performance. In that time, the band has recorded and released a full-length album, recorded a follow-up EP and performed in 12 states and Washington, D.C. On Dec. 7, they will perform their 100th show at Head on the Door in Montgomery. The show begins at 10 p.m. and is for ages 21 and up. Atlanta-based...
Josh Carples releases piano version of "Ocean"
Today is the official release date of “Ocean (piano version)” by Josh Carples. The song is available through digital retailers, including iTunes and Amazon. It’s also available on Spotify and Josh’s Bandcamp page. The links, along with the album art and a little background about this version of “Ocean” can be found on his website: JoshCarples.com.
Josh Carples reveals cover art for new single
Singer-songwriter, and one-fourth of the band Hail the Titans, Josh Carples has recorded a piano version of his song “Ocean,” originally found on his second solo album “The Final Scene,” which was released in 2010. The song is being released as a digital single, available on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at most digital retailers, including iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and more. For more...
Neon Liars to play hometown show Friday
Less than a week after opening for legendary punk rock band The Queers in Birmingham, Montgomery’s Neon Liars is set to perform a hometown show this Friday at Head on the Door with Kids on Coffee. The free show starts at 10 p.m., and the venue is for ages 21 and up. Describing their sound as “hot sauce rock-n-roll,” Neon Liars features members that have spent time in other...
River Region artists to hold art show Thursday
Seven artists from the tri-county area will have their work on display this Thursday at the “Löwbraü Art Collective Show” being held at Head on the Door in Montgomery. The art show begins at 6:30, and the venue is for ages 21 and up. It is free to enter. The artists whose work will be on display include Hillary Andrews, Michelle Dopson, David C. Rohn, Kevin Sanders, Ashley Smith, Kevin Spotswood...
Atlanta Music Guide reviews Hail the Titans'...
Atlanta Music Guide reviewed and photographed many of the bands at this year’s Nophest in Atlanta, GA. “The progressive breakdowns are intense exercises in noise rock, blending haunted house music with video game melodies over insane shredding and drum beats that change time signatures like Carrie Bradshaw changes shoes.” Read more here.
Neon Liars 86-it
The band Neon Liars has released a new demo song. Following up their previous demo “Cruel and Unusual Punishment,” the band today released new track “86-it.” You can hear both songs on their ReverbNation page: http://www.reverbnation.com/neonliars
Hail the Titans: From Montgomery to Atlanta in 17...
If it takes you 17 days to travel from Montgomery to Atlanta, you’re either doing some serious sight-seeing or you may be lost. Unless, of course, you’re in Hail the Titans. The instrumental band that calls Montgomery home is gearing up for a 17-day tour, starting with a hometown show tomorrow night at AlleyBAR. The tour will take them northeast – all the way up to Brooklyn, NY, and back down the...
The Safe Word is now Neon Liars. Visit them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NeonLiars They have also posted their first demo song titled “Cruel and Unusual Punishment” on their ReverbNation page: http://www.reverbnation.com/neonliars
Hail the Titans summer tour 2012
Hail the Titans is embarking on a 17-day tour this summer, starting in Montgomery on July 12. For more information on each specific show, visit the “Shows” page of HailtheTitans.com. There, the band is linking the Facebook events with each specific show as they are created. *The July 20 show is at Paradise Lost (formerly “The Zoo.”)
Gut Munchers finds producer and gets magazine...
The zombie film Gut Munchers has gotten a producer and some recent publicity in a horror magazine. The film is now being produced by the famed radio DJ known as “Coyote J,” who hosted “The Edge” for 20 years. With a new producer comes the opportunity to add to the film. Writer and director Jason Snellgrove announced last week that he is working on some new scenes, but no...
Meet cast and crew of Gut Munchers this Saturday
This Saturday, some of the cast and crew members of the zombie film Gut Munchers will be out at Capitol City Comics in Montgomery, starting at 10 a.m. The comic store is located on Vaughn Road, near the Rave movie theater. Writer and director Jason Snellgrove will be in attendance, and copies of the Gut Munchers teaser and posters will be for sale. Graphic artist Patrick Giles will also be in...
Josh Carples to play Brantwood Children's Home...
On April 26, Josh Carples will perform as part of the 24th annual truck raffle fundraiser benefiting Brantwood Children’s Home in Montgomery, AL. The musical performance begins at 5 p.m. Raffle tickets are $100, and barbecue plates will be sold as well.
AL.com: Montgomery band hosts creative fundraiser... →
Hail the Titans made the news today as AL.com ran a story about their current van fundraiser.
The debut show for The Safe Word is May 11 →
On Friday, May 11, The Safe Word will play their first live performance. The band features former members of bands such as Breaking Aim and the Rhythm and Flip the Switch and current members of Creep List and Kids on Coffee. The May 11 show at Head on the Door in Montgomery will also feature performances by The Hotheads and No.
Official Gut Munchers poster released
The official poster for the zombie film Gut Munchers has been released. The poster was created by Patrick Giles. More information on the film can be found on the official Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/gutmunchersmovie
Organic Hippie, in Montgomery, AL, helps Hail the... →
Organic Hippie, a local head shop in Montgomery, AL, is holding an event on 4/20 to help Hail the Titans get a new van. Because the band’s van is “beyond washing,” the store decided to help them out. On April 20, come by the shop at 5026 Vaughn Road in Montgomery for a $4.20 car wash. The event begins at 11 a.m. and DJ Krystoph will begin spinning at 6 p.m. to keep the party...
PureGrainAudio.com also hosting the official Hail... →
PureGrainAudio.com, based in Canada, is showcasing the official music video for “Cesium,” by Hail the Titans. The video was filmed in December by Dead Not Dancing Productions, which is based in Portland, OR. We posted earlier that PureGrainAudio.com also has the track available for download on its site.
PureGrainAudio.com features Hail the Titans →
PureGrainAudio.com is hosting a free download of the song “Cesium” from Hail the Titans’ album “Hymns of Mare Nostrum.” They say, “These musicians are highly talented and when together harness a special level of creativity to formulate their super sounds.”
...and the Lawyers debut full-length now available →
The debut …and the Lawyers album “What Would Black Michael Jackson Do?” is now available to purchase through CD Baby and other online retailers. They are holding a release party for the album tomorrow night at Head on the Door in their hometown of Montgomery, AL with The Dirty Lungs.
Hail the Titans in the top 3 finalists for... →
The votes are in, and Hail the Titans is one of three finalists in the Knucklehead Strings YouTube video contest. First prize is $500 worth of Knucklehead products, and with your help, Hail the Titans could be the grand prize winner. To help the band, click the link above to vote for their “Grilling with Knucklehead Strings” video. (It will take you to Facebook.)
"This music clings to the subconscious" - ...and... →
The Local Scene reviewed the upcoming …and the Lawyers album, titled “WWBMJD,” or “What Would Black Michael Jackson Do?”
The Safe Word joins the Durden family
The Durden Agency welcomes The Safe Word to its family of artists. The Safe Word is a new project featuring Jason Snellgrove, a former member of another Durden-related band, Breaking Aim and The Rhythm. Snellgrove is also the founder of Did You Bury It? Productions and the writer and director of the upcoming zombie film Gut Munchers. Visit The Safe Word on...
...and the Lawyers joins the Durden family
The Durden Agency welcomes …and the Lawyers to its family of artists. Please visit them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/andthelawyers
Hail the Titans confirmed to open for Agent Orange →
Hail the Titans has been confirmed to open a show on Agent Orange’s upcoming tour. The show will take place on March 3 at The Squeaky Lizard in Ocean Springs, MS. Agent Orange is a Southern California punk rock band that formed in 1979. More information can be found on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agent_Orange_(band)
Durden Artists playing this weekend
Two Durden Artists have shows this weekend: Breaking Aim and The Rhythm are performing at Head on the Door in Montgomery, AL. They are also releasing a DVD full of live footage from shows. Hail the Titans is performing at The Handlebar in Pensacola, FL on Friday and at The Squeaky Lizard in Ocean Springs, MS on Saturday. More information can be found at the following links: Breaking Aim and...
New Josh Carples song to debut during Gut Munchers...
Today on Ragg Radio, a Birmingham-based show hosted by Robbie Raggs, Jason Snellgrove will be discussing the Gut Munchers trailer and the new song by Josh Carples, “Zombie Gingivitis,” will also debut. The show will air today, beginning at 5 p.m. We announced on Dec. 28 that the song would be featured in the film. Read about it...
Two hours until the official release of the Gut...
The official trailer for Gut Munchers, a film written and directed by Jason Snellgrove and produced by our sister agency, Did You Bury It? Productions, is set to be released within the next two hours. Be sure to click “Like” on the Gut Munchers Facebook page to see updates, including the upcoming trailer. http://www.facebook.com/gutmunchersmovie
Breaking Aim interview in The Local Scene →
Last Thursday at their show at It’ll Do Tavern in Montgomery, AL, Breaking Aim and The Rhythm spoke with The Local Scene about original music in their hometown. Check the link for the story and an accompanying video.
Breaking Aim and The Rhythm play Thursday in... →
Thursday, Jan. 5, Organic Hippie and 104.9 The Gump are sponsoring a night of original music at It’ll Do Tavern in Montgomery, AL featuring Breaking Aim and The Rhythm. The band is putting the finishing touches on their new album, which is scheduled to be released later this month. The music starts at 9 p.m. and there is no cover.
Gut Munchers to feature song by Josh Carples
The upcoming zombie film Gut Munchers is set to include a new song by singer-songwriter (and Hail the Titans member) Josh Carples. In an announcement today, writer and director Jason Snellgrove called the track, titled “Zombie Gingivitis,” “beyond awesome.” “When Snellgrove commissioned me to write an acoustic song for the film, he told me to make it cheesy,”...
Hail the Titans plays Birmingham and Florence this...
Hail the Titans will be playing at The Nick in Birmingham, AL tonight and at the Smokehouse in Florence, AL tomorrow night. Tonight’s show also has Bearhead and The Great American Breakdown on the bill, while tomorrow’s show will also feature performances by Refuse the Fall and Rowe. The following links to the Facebook event listings contain details about the shows: ...
Breaking Aim and The Rhythm new album info →
Breaking Aim and The Rhythm announced this morning that the title of their upcoming album is “The Message.” The album will be released on Jan. 20 at Head on the Door in Montgomery, AL. The release show will also feature a performance by The Great American Breakdown from Birmingham, AL.
Our sister agency, Pint Bottle Photography, today launched their official .com website. Photo prints can be purchased directly through the new site.
Gut Munchers soundtrack to include Bearhead
The zombie film “Gut Munchers,” by Did You Bury It? Productions, has announced that the band Bearhead, based in Birmingham, AL, will be included on the official film soundtrack. Did You Bury It? Productions is a sister company of The Durden Agency.
Pint Bottle Photography showing this Thursday →
On Thursday, Head on the Door in Montgomery, AL is hosting an art showing by Pint Bottle Photography, one of our sister agencies. The event is from 6:30 to 11 p.m. and the prints will be for sale. Head on the Door is located at 5028 Vaughn Road.
Hail the Titans in the news for tomorrow's show... →
The Montgomery Advertiser recently sat down with Josh Carples from Hail the Titans to discuss the band and their show with Universal recording artists The Trews from Canada and the Poison Kitchen from Birmingham, AL.
Hail the Titans to play with The Trews and the...
AlleyBAR welcomes Canadian Rock Band The Trews Band to perform Dec. 2 with Hail the Titans and the Poison Kitchen On Dec. 2, AlleyBAR welcomes Canadian rock band The Trews. The band is playing in Montgomery as part of their 2011 U. S. Residency Tour, and will be performing alongside Hail the Titans and the Poison Kitchen. The show begins at 10 p.m. and there is a $10 cover. When The Trews...
RSVP Magazine reviews Hail the Titans' "Hymns..."... →
RSVP, a magazine based in Montgomery, AL, has a review of Hail the Titans’ “Hymns of Mare Nostrum” album in their current November/December issue. Read more at http://www.hailthetitans.com
Gut Munchers is a wrap
Our sister agency, Did You Bury It? Productions, finished filming the end of the zombie movie Gut Munchers yesterday in Equality, Alabama. Find info on Did You Bury It? Productions on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/didyouburyit And Gut Munchers info can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/gutmunchersmovie
Atlanta's INsite Magazine reviews Hail the Titans... →
Atlanta’s INsite Magazine published a review of Hail the Titans’ “Hymns of Mare Nostrum” album in their November issue.
Breaking Aim and the Rhythm announces CD release... →
Breaking Aim and the Rhythm has announced that their new album will be released on Jan. 20, 2012. A release show/party for the new album will be held in Montgomery, AL at Head on the Door that night. The show starts at 10 p.m. There is no cover, and the venue is for ages 21 and up.
Hail the Titans to play Organic Hippie's 1-year... →
Hail the Titans is one of the bands featured to play this Saturday at Organic Hippie’s 1-year anniversary part. The event is being held at Capitol Oyster Bar at the Marina, 617 Shady St. in Montgomery, AL beginning at 6 p.m. Organic Hippie is a local business in Montgomery that describes itself as a “head shop thats like walking into your best friend’s living room.”