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Astro Magnetics

Official Website: http://www.astromagnetics.com/

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An independent label most notably co-owned by Geoff Rickley of Thursday.

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Updates from The Lovekill
Cleveland's The Lovekill have posted a status update. Following their tour supporting Fifth Hour Hero in October Chris left the band and the group decided to carry on as a trio. Whether that will be as "The Lovekill" or under a new name remains to be seen. The band members are apart at the moment, with Carla in Cincinnati with her new baby, Craig in Cleveland playing for indie-pop band Bears and Jonah in Brooklyn freelance writing. The band does have new music in the works with all intentions of…
2007-06-24 10:00:03

The Blackout Pact post old demo song, Thursday collaboration
The recently broken up Blackout Pact have posted two songs not from their sole full-length, Hello Sailor. The first, also available for download, is "Thank You Betty Mortis," taken from their 2003 demo. They claim it is likely one of the first five songs they wrote as a band. The second is a brief, untitled collaboration with Thursday that was originally intended for that band's 2006 full-length,…
2007-01-14 22:25:03

The Blackout Pact explain recent demise
Earlier this week, the Blackout Pact announced that they were breaking up, but left little clarification on why or what had happened. In an effort to put to bed any rumors, TBOP guitarist/co-vocalist Justin Hackl posted a message on the band's MySpace bulletin board. We've reposted the message…
2006-11-10 11:00:03

The Blackout Pact (2003-2006)
The Blackout Pact have announced via MySpace that they've broken up: First off we want to apologize again for the last string of cancelled dates, both on the Silverstein tour and after. Here's what's going on now. The short version of…
2006-11-07 11:45:13

The Lovekill supporting Fifth Hour Hero, Nakatomi Plaza on tour
The Lovekill have posted dates for various small tours within the next month. The band is touring in support of their release These Moments Are…
2006-10-22 16:35:03

Stream an exclusive Baumer remix
Astromagnetics, the label that brought you the Dischord-styled art-punk of The Lovekill, the gritty punk rock of The Blackout Pact and the rhythmic post-punk of The Valley Arena recently released the debut from…
2006-10-05 18:00:12

Secret Lives of the Freemasons post new demo
Secret Lives Of The Freemasons, the first band released on Astromagnetics, has posted a demo from their upcoming follow up. The track, titled "Mascara" can be streamed from the band's myspace page. The band previously released This Was Built To Make You Dance.…
2006-09-24 18:30:03

New video from Baumer
Electro-punk act Baumer have released a new video taken from their debut, Come On Feel It. The album is being widely released on September 12th, 2006 via Astromagnetics and will feature a remix of "Take What's Mine" by Oliver Kraus (Liz Phair, Beth Orton, Ash). The band is described as " dancey, catchy melodies paired with unexpectedly dark lyrics and a punk edge" The video was directed by Darren Doane and you can check it out here:…
2006-08-14 09:25:02

The Blackout Pact / Aiden / Silverstein / It Dies Today / He is Legend (West Coast)
The Blackout Pact are continuing their perpetual tour in support of their debut for Geoff Rickley's Astromagnetics label, Hello Sailor. They'll be heading out with Victory artists Silverstein and Aiden, alongside It Dies Today and He Is Legend. This all…
2006-08-09 14:20:03

The Lovekill launch e-card
The Lovekill have a new e-card for their forthcoming release These Moments Are Momentum. The album is also currently available for streaming from Alternative Press. This full album stream is available through July 10th, in time for the album to hit stores July 11th. You can check out the e-card here. The band is currently touring with…
2006-07-07 21:00:02

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