New Years Day Join The Scene Is Dead Tour

New Years Day band featuring Ashley Costello, Anthony Barro, Russell Dixon, Matthew Lindblad and Jake Jones

New Years Day will be joining Blood on the Dance Floor, Jeffree Star and Davey Suicide on “The Scene Is Dead Tour”, which kicks off October 11th in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The trek will see the music acts hit nearly 50 states in the U.S. A list of dates can be seen below.

Vocalist Ash Costello said, “The fans truly wanted us on tour with Blood On The Dance Floor again and BOTDF have become like family to us. So of course we’re excited to hit road with them this fall! The world isn’t even ready for what’s to come.”

New Years Day recently finished recording their new album with Erik Ron, planning to release the material early 2013.

The Scene Is Dead 2012 Tour Dates:
Oct. 11 – Albuquerque, NM at Sunshine Theater
Oct. 12 – Tulsa, OK at The Compound
Oct. 13 – Houston, TX at Warehouse Live
Oct. 14 – San Antonio, TX at White Rabbit
Oct. 17 – Orlando, TX at The Beacham
Oct. 18 – Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
Oct. 19 – St. Petersburg, FL at State Theatre
Oct. 20 – Jacksonville, FL at Freebird Live
Oct. 21 – Greensboro, NC at Greene Street Club
Oct. 24 – Buffalo, NY at Xtreme Wheels
Oct. 25 – Hartford, CT at The Webster
Oct. 26 – New York City, NY at The Studio @ Webster Hall
Oct. 27 – Allentown, PA at Crocodile Rock Café
Oct. 28 – Baltimore, MD at Soundstage
Oct. 29 – Syracuse, NY at Westcott Theater
Oct. 31 – Lancaster, PA at Chameleon Club
Nov. 1 – Columbus, OH at A&R Bar
Nov. 2 – Chicago, IL at Reggies Rock Club
Nov. 3 – Cleveland, OH at Peabody’s
Nov. 7 – Scottsdale, AZ at Azmartini Ranch
Nov. 21 – Las Vegas, NV at Hard Rock Café
Nov. 23 – Salt Lake City, UT at In The Venue
Nov. 24 – Colorado Springs, CO at Black Sheep
Nov. 25 – Denver, CO at Summit Music Hall
Nov. 28 – Ann Arbor, MI at The Blind Pig
Dec. 1 – The Colony, TX at Centennial Hall (Fair Park)
Dec. 5 – Spokane, WA at Northwest Events Center
Dec. 8 – Seattle, WA at Studio Seven
Dec. 12 – Pomona, CA at Glass House
Dec. 13 – Los Angeles, CA at El Rey Theater
Dec. 14 – San Diego, CA at Soma Side Stage
Dec. 15 – Tucson, AZ at The Rock

New Years Day ‘Let’s Get Dead’ Video

New Years Day teamed up with Alternative Press this past weekend to premiere their music video for ‘Let’s Get Dead’. The live video was shot on multiple dates when the band was out on the “All The Rage Tour” with Blood on the Dance Floor this past October/November. The energetic anthem, ‘Let’s Get Dead’ is featured on ‘The Mechanical Heart’ EP, the band’s debut release on Hollywood Waste Records. Watch the video after the cut.

New Years Day is currently working on their full length follow-up which is slated to hit shelves this coming Fall. (more…)

New Years Day ‘Two In The Chest, One In The Head’ Video

New Years Day 'Two In The Chest, One In The Head' music video
New Years Day are out with the music video to their new single ‘Two In The Chest, One In The Head’, off the Anaheim, California rock band’s EP ‘The Mechanical Heart’, out June 21st on Hollywood Waste Records. Watch the Kamell Allaway directed video via YouTube below.

New Years Day Sign With Hollywood Waste Records

New Years Day band

Hollywood Waste Records announced the signing of Southern California’s New Years Day. Their brand new EP, ‘The Mechanical Heart’, will be out on June 21st. They’ll be touring in support of the release on Warped Tour this summer from June 24 to July 10. “This was a move that felt very natural to us. The incredible people at Hollywood Waste have become like family to our band and we couldn’t be more excited to team up with them,” singer Ashley Costello said. “This is just the beginning of something very unique to the music scene and I, for one, am really looking forward to our future together.”

New Years Day Singer Likes To Paint Movie Scenes With Songs

New Years Day band

Lights Go Out recently caught up with New Years Day vocalist Ashley Costello in a Q&A, asking the singer about her lyrical inspirations. “It’s actually impossible for me to write a song that doesn’t come from something I feel inside me,” Ashley said. “It could be anything. Anything from my love of a ride at Disneyland to the complexity of a new relationship. I like to paint scenes in movies with songs. I have to see it visually first and then I can write for days about it. If I can’t see it then it stops there.” Read more.