News - Fueled By Ramen
Our friends in Punchline are posting videos telling the stories behind each of their releases. The latest video is about 2002's The Rewind EP that the band recorded and released on their own before signing to Fueled By Ramen and rereleasing a remixed version.
Stay tuned for Punchline's videos about Action, 37 Everywhere and their most recently releases coming soon!
Stop by The Fueled By Ramen Tent at The Vans Warped Tour this summer to pick up a FREE copy of the Fueled By Ramen Summer Sampler. This sampler is slightly different than the sampler we gave out at The Bamboozle Festival this year including a song from Rome and twenty | one | pilots. Make sure you stop by our tent to pick one up.
Don't forget to enter the Fueled By Ramen Warped Tour Ticket Giveaway HERE to win a pair of tickets to one of the Warped Tour dates this summer.
We're giving away pairs of tickets to each date of The Vans Warped Tour on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest. Read below to see how you can enter for your chance to win! You may enter once on each site.
HOW TO ENTER:
Share the photo HERE on your Facebook timeline and add the date of The Vans Warped Tour that you want to go to. Then email a screenshot of your post to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title 'I Want To Visit The FBR Tent.'
Tweet: "I Want To Visit The #FBRtent at @VansWarpedTour on (insert Warped Date & City) http://bit.ly/JZYDXD" Be sure to include the
To celebrate The Impossibles' two reunion shows this weekend in Austin, we're very excited to post the band's sold out (Never) Say Goodbye DVD from 2002 in its entirety on YouTube. It includes sixteen songs from their final show at Emo's in Austin on June 1st, 2002 along with a 24-minute interview with the band at the end. Enjoy!
Here is a photo from Fall Out Boy and Punchline's 2004 tour in Japan. Click HERE to see a few more.
This week we are giving away a Cobra Starship prize package complete with a Cobra Starship t-shirt, Kiss My Sass vinyl and a copy of Paper Magazine with Gabe Saporta on the cover.
HOW TO WIN: To win this prize package just comment on the photo HERE and tell us what your favorite album of 2012 has been so far.
Rory Phillips of The Impossibles spoke to the Austinist about the band's upcoming reunion shows this weekend.
Were you surprised by how quickly the show sold out?
Totally and completely floored by the fact that … there was just kind of no precedent for it. Even in the band's heyday when we did really well, we weren't a band that really sold venues out. We were the band that could pack it out pretty well and it would be a good show and everybody was happy. But honestly I would love to dig into the numbers and find out why.
Click HERE to read the full interview.
Happy Birthday, Pete.