Post subject: EARLY MAN/IT'S CASUAL to Release Split 7" May 22
Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 2:03 pm
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the PR wire wrote:
EARLY MAN/IT'S CASUAL SPLIT 7" Early Man's Mike Conte and It's Casual's Eddie Solis release collectable vinyl 7" on Demon Problems Records as a joint effort.
Los Angeles, April 26, 2012 -- Early Man/It's Casual collectable vinyl 7" is the first release on Mike Conte's new label Demon Problems Records. The release includes a brand new five minute Early Man song, also titled "Demon Problems," that was written, produced, recorded and mixed by Mike Conte and mastered by Piers Baron. Baron and Conte most recently collaborated on the Volcom "9191" video and the Flip Skateboards "Extremely Sorry" video. "Demon Problems," is the first recording with drummer Trevor Martin and Tsuzumi Okai on bass.
L.A.'s impossibly loud hardcore/punk duo It's Casual's side includes two ripping tracks (produced and engineered by Billy Anderson) titled "Suffering" and "Father To Me." Check out It's Casual's mega-viral-success video for their song "The Red Line" which set the internet on fire, culminating in The Huffington Post, NPR station KPCC, LA Weekly and many others featuring the band. The video was directed by Rick Kosick (Jackass, MTV’s Wildboyz and Big Brother skateboarding magazine photographer).
EARLY MAN + IT'S CASUAL LIVE SHOWS: Wed., 5/2 at The Saloon in San Diego/Encinitas, CA FREE Fri., 5/4 at Thee Parkside in San Francisco, CA
VINYL RELEASE FACTS: Title: Early Man/It's Casual split 7" Release date: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Record label: Demon Problems Tracks: three total Early Man -- "Demon Problems" It's Casual -- "Suffering" and "Father To Me"
Limited pressing of 1,000 hand numbered copies.
Album art features 7" x 7" cloth DIY silkscreened patch on either side for each band.