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Sinking Ships Ten [7 inch]

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Ten [7 inch] (2007)

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Wait In Vain: "A Blind Eye"
Wait in Vain have posted another new song from their upcoming debut for Think Fast!. The band features former members of Sinking Ships and Trial. The record is titled Seasons and is due out July 08, 2008. You can find "A Blind Eye" as well as "Seasons" on their…
May 15, 2008
Break-ups: Sinking Ships (2004-2008)
Seattle hardcore band Sinking Ships have announced their break–up on their MySpace. No other statement has been made aside from the announcement of two final shows, one in Seattle at Rain Fest, and one at this year's edition of the Sound and Fury festival in Southern…
April 28, 2008
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April 25, 2008
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Richmond, Virgina's Down To Nothing will be teaming up with Sinking Ships from Seattle for a tour of Japan. The former released The Most last year on Revelation Records, while the latter self–released the Safe 7" last year as well as Ten 7" on Revelattion. Sinking Ships has also given an update…
March 14, 2008
Media: Sinking Ships: "Left of the Middle"
Currently labeless, Seattle–based hardcore act Sinking Ships has posted a new song online. You can check out the track, "Left of the Middle," on MySpace. The band released Ten in October through their former label Revelation…
January 03, 2008
Media: Sinking Ships provide massive update
Seattle, WA melodic hardcore act Sinking Ships have provided a fairly thorough update via MySpace blog after their recent departure from Revelation Records. The band will commence writing for their next proper full–length this March,…
December 02, 2007
Media: Shook Ones, Sinking Ships, End of a Year leave Revelation Records
Word has come in that Shook Ones, Sinking Ships and End of a Year have all left Revelation Records and are now free agents. The bands were all locked to the label in an arguable…
November 12, 2007
Media: Sinking Ships detail 'Ten' EP
Details on Sinking Ships' forthcoming 7" EP, Ten, have been unveiled via their label's distribution website. You can click Read More for the cover art and track listing. The band told Punknews.org that they will actually self-release another 7" later this year, splitting the material from a recent recording session. Both Ten and the other, as-yet-untitled EP…
July 30, 2007
Tours: Sinking Ships / Ruiner (Europe)
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June 29, 2007

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