Millencolin posted a behind the scenes video of the 'Man Or Mouse' video shoot from 2002. This song was the second single from the 'Home From Home' album released in 2002 via Burning Heart Records & Epitaph Records.
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From what I have understood The Implant doesn’t want to be a temporary project but something enduring in time. Do you have the intention to record more albums? Considering the many obligations that you have, how do you intend to combine Implants with your other bands?
We absolutely plan on keeping this train rolling. We’re not stopping for no one. Although we all have other bands, this band has a different feel and we don’t necessarily have a set sound. We have the freedom to sound any way we want and that sometimes is a breath of fresh air. Don’t get me wrong, we all love our other bands and will continue to rock out with them, but this is something special (at least for us). Plus, we have really good chemistry. That’s a hard thing to find these days. So expect some more albums from us in the future. We’re already working on some new material that we’re excited for people to hear.
So we've gotten a bandcamp account for those of you who want to download our past EP "Extinction" Added to that are also 3 IVS tracks not found on any IVS record! Have a look, have a listen, and spread the word! New album still being written as we speak!
“So..want some news on our box set? Ok, here ya go..it will for sure be out in either November or December. It will be released this year! We are just getting the live DVD (yes..i said DVD) all wrapped up and its looking really good. Of course Montreal never lets us down! As you guys know (or maybe you dont know) this box set will be titled “Volume 1″ and it will include Another Day In Paradise, Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blue, and Twisted By Design..all fully remixed and remastered by the one and only Ryan Greene. So yes, that is some good Strung Out news for the day. Hope you enjoy. We’ll of course announce more when the time comes to do so ok.”
Hello everybody! Alex here.Since Jet Market split up more than one year ago I kept writing and recording songs.I decided to pack these twelve new tracks in a record, under the name of Dead Market.In a week or so I'll be done with the mixing and mastering of the record, then I'll upload it here for those who are interested.It'll be called "For what it's worth".
We'll hit the studio again in september to record another album, can't wait!
"The A.V. Club have a weird circle room in their offices in Chicago and someone decided they should pick some songs, ask bands to come in, choose a song from their pre-selected list, and record it in said weird circle room. We chose Nirvana from their list and did it in one-take as they filmed. The vocals had no monitor or headphone mix, so I just sang blindly into the mic hoping it made sense. It’s raw and fun like it was supposed to be.”