Nightmares For A Week release album details

Nightmares For A Week - Don't DieEarlier today AbsolutePunk posted the track listing and release date for Nightmares For A Week‘s forthcoming debut album.  In light of this news, Nightmares For A Week’s Don’t Die was erased from the “Awaiting Release” section of aKt’s Release Calendar and penciled into the brand spankin’ new “2010 > December” sector!

Earlier this year NFAW was named one of Alternative Press Magazine’s “Bands You Need To Know in 2010.”

Nightmares For A Week - Bill Manley, Sean-Paul Pillsworth, Steven Markota

Bill Manley, Sean-Paul Pillsworth, Steven Markota

Frank McGinnis (formerly of Frankie and his Fingers, now By Land Or Sea) performed keyboards and James Felice (of the Felice Brothers) performed accordion on the album.  Walter Schreifels (Rival Schools, Quicksand, Gorilla Biscuits) also made a guest appearance on Don’t Die.  It was recorded by John Naclerio at Nada Recording Studio (Anadivine, Armor For Sleep, AutoPilot Off, Bayside, Bedlight For Blue Eyes, Brand New, The Dear Hunter, Drift Division, Jerk Magnet, Joshua, Just Surrender, Madina Lake, Matchbook Romance, Midtown, My Chemical Romance, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Polar Bear Club, Senses Fail, These Green Eyes and most recently The Receiving End of Sirens have also recorded at Nada).

This weekend Nightmares For A Week are performing with The Ataris in Albany and Kingston, New York.  Later this month they will be at Gainesville, Florida’s 9th annual “The Fest” (at Jeff’s Deli on Friday, October 29th). and have snazzy new layouts!

Nightmares For A Week - Veins 7" album artA demo of the b-side that will be on the limited 7” vinyl single appears on Neeshland Presents: Butterflies and Butcher Knives Vol. 1 (Hudson Valley).

Oct 23 – Bogies w/ The Ataris – Albany, New York
Oct 24 – The Basement w/ The Ataris – Kingston, N.Y.
Oct 29 – THE FEST 9 – Gainesville, FL
Nov 06 – Copperfield’s – Montgomery, NY
Nov 19 – Snug Harbor – New Paltz, NY

Alternative Press November 2009 issue #256

Alternative Press November 2009 issue #256

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