New Dead To Me and Flatliners out today!

DEAD TO ME and THE FLATLINERS both have releases out today on this fine Tuesday. First up, Dead To Me release African Elephants and its available on LP, CD and digitally by going here. AOL Spinner is currently hosting a full album stream and you can click here to check it out. DTM will perform “Cruel World” acoustically this Friday on Live 105 on The No Name Show at 6AM PST, If you are an early riser, click here to listen live. If you live in the Bay Area, be sure to check out their record release show on Friday at Thee Parkside. Dead To Me recently played the Fest, check out their performance captured by National Underground by clicking here and if you stick around for the second song, you can listen to Chris from The Flatliners lend a hand with the vocals.

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San Francisco Weekly makes Dead To Me’s “A Day Without A War” MP3 of the day! Click here to check it out.

Dead To Me tour dates! Click here to enter a DTM contest.

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The Flatliners, release a brand new 7” titled Cynics today which you can buy on vinyl or digitally by clicking here. Check out a new song off Cynics titled “Filthy Habits” by going here! The Flatliners just announced Australian tour dates, go here to take a look. Hungry for a full length from these lads? Not to fret as they are almost finished putting the final touches on their record due out 2010. Don’t believe us? Check out what Chris from The Flatliners had to say:


Fuck yeah everybody! The day is upon us! Our brand new Cynics 7" comes out today, and we’re streaming the single “Filthy Habits” on our myspace page as we speak (type/read) so go and check that shit out.


OR! Just come out to a Dropkick Murphys/Flatliners show this month in Canada and buy it on yellow vinyl. Hell yeah!

We’re very excited to have this thing out for you guys to (hopefully) enjoy. Special thanks to Fat Mike and Chad Williams at Fat Wreck for putting this together with us, Richard Minino (aka Horsebites) for putting together some incredible artwork for this, and of course the illustrious Steve Rizun for recording our songs and making sure they actually sound good. Our hats go off to you gentlemen.

If you’re wondering what’s happening with our new album, we managed to buy ourselves some time before turning the thing in, so we’re going to take full advantage and record some more songs before the end of the year to add to the mix. With no solid release date known yet, I can say that it will be out sometime in early 2010. I hope that vague-ish news gets you stoked!