Saturday, September 04, 2004

Pillar is the Next Big Thing

The latest Flicker Records newsletter:

1.Pillar is the Next Big Thing
2.Monk and Neagle tours with Ginny Owens this fall!
3.subseven rocks the studio
4.Rise of the Robots Tour
5.Mark & Will of Audio A. and Flicker Records announce benefit concert.

1. Pillar is the Next Big Thing
Flicker is happy to announce that Pillar has been named Fuse's Next Big Thing
for the month of August. Previous winners include: Modest Mouse,The
Killers,Coheed and Cambria,Lost Prophets,Story of the Year and Switchfoot.

In other Pillar news...the band has some big things coming up in September. The
band will be hosting MTV2's Head Banger's Ball on September 18th. Pillar's song
"Rewind" will be played on the season premiere of the CBS drama Joan of Arcadia
on September 24th.

2. Monk and Neagle tours with Ginny Owens this fall!
Now that the self-titled CD has hit the streets, the guys are supporting the
album on tour with Ginny Owens. Keep checking back for updated shows on their
new official homepage or

3.subseven rocks the studio
The boys have been working hard on their follow up album due out in March '05.
Everyday they post a new pic or video clip from the studio, so check out their
news on They head out this fall on the Pillar "Where Do We
Go From Here" tour, so catch a show and grab their EP which is available now!

4.Rise of the Robots Tour
The Rise of the Robots tour featuring Flicker's Staple and Mortal Treason will
headline shows Oct.12-Nov.18th. Both Chasing Victory(mono v/s stereo) and The
Showdown (mono v/s stereo) will also be on the road with them, so keep checking for showdates.

5. Mark & Will of Audio A. and Flicker Records announce benefit concert
Audio Adrenaline and special guests get set to ROCK on October 28th, a benefit
concert for the Hands & Feet Project and Rocketown Skatepark. Event takes place
at Rocketown in Nashville, TN at 7PM Central.If you or anyone you know can
travel to Nashville for this event, HELP us spread the word! Visit AudioA.COM
for details and maps. Tickets are only $12 in advance, call (615) 843-4006.
Hope to see you there!

Your church and youth group can team up with Audio Adrenaline and be responsible
for building homes for orphans in Haiti. The land has been cleared off and blue
prints have been drawn. After the charity auction, AudioA will be organizing
teams to travel to Haiti and START BUILDING. Tell everyone you know and your
church pastors to sign-up for information about building a team at

Rocketown (or, more accurately, RCKTWN) is a great venue. I went there a few weeks ago, during my trip to Nashville, to see Stretch Arm Strong, Haste the Day, Martyr AD, and a few more local bands (including jakelevinsrideshisbike). It's a renovated warehouse, with a cafe-style area, a small-venue style area, and a huge stage area.

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