Archive for the 'Highness' Category

Published by admin on 08 Apr 2014

HIGHNESS: “Gaea (Strings):” live at Saint Vitus, Brooklyn

Published by admin on 07 Jun 2013

More opportunities for free music from HIGHNESS

A week after topping QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, VAMPIRE WEEKEND, and all the other new release Mp3 singles over at Insound with HIGHNESS‘ “Gaea (Strings),” we’re happy to continue offering more opportunities for everyone to hear the band’s music.

• #1: you can download/stream/own the “Gaea (Strings)” single for completely FREE via Insound here (you don’t even need to register email… just a straight direct download!)

• #2: HIGHNESS is giving away 3 copies of “Hold” on CD via a contest currently happening on their Facebook page. Just a few clicks and you’ve got a shot. Winners will be selected randomly on Monday.

Published by admin on 05 Jun 2013

HIGHNESS tops Insound for week of 5/28-6/4/13

HIGHNESS got amazing news today in the form of topping INSOUND’s Mp3 chart for the week with their single “Gaea (Strings),” beating out contemporaries such as QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, VAMPIRE WEEKEND, THE THERMALS, and THE POSTAL SERVICE.

Thanks to everyone out there in internet-land for showing such tremendous support for the band and the album so far. HIGHNESS is currently writing for album no. 2 and planning live shows.

If you still haven’t heard the band, you can get “Gaea (Strings)” for free download here and see/hear for yourself…

Published by admin on 15 May 2013

HIGHNESS “Hold” album can be downloaded for FREE until Friday!

As a show of appreciation to all the people that have already supported HIGHNESS’ Hold debut album (released this past Tuesday), we’ve partnered with PureVolume to give new listeners the entire album for FREE!

The promotion runs until Friday and you can download every song here:
http://www.purevolume.com/news/highness-hold-album-download-stream

Enjoy!

Published by admin on 14 May 2013

New release: HIGHNESS “Hold” LP | CD | Digital

Now in the webstore : HIGHNESS Hold.

This is the debut album from Brandon Evans, Brent Eyestone, Eric Richter, Graham Scala, and Ryan Parrish. It was recorded with Andrew Schneider at Translator Audio and mastered by Emily Lazar and Joe LaPorta at The Lodge.

Track List:
01. Gaea (Strings)
02. If You Found Out, I Would Stay
03. Stitched Together
04. Forking Roads
05. We’re All We Need
06. Crepuscular Rays
07. Shroud
08. You Know Everything
09. Stars Pass Us Over

For the vinyl version, there are three different colors in the first pressing:

• 180 GRAM GOLD
• 180 GRAM CLEAR
• 180 GRAM BLACK

Each LP comes in a sturdy jacket printed by Stoughton and design by Brandon and Yeliz. Download codes are also included.

The CD version features a stunning gatefold cover and inner sleeves that were also printed by Stoughton and configured with an alternate layout.

Copies of the LP and CD are now available in the webstore.

Digital version is now available on iTunes.

Published by admin on 11 Apr 2013

HIGHNESS “Gaea (Strings)” song premiere, courtesy of Revolver Magazine

Late last week, Revolver Magazine premiered “Gaea (Strings),” the first song from the upcoming HIGHNESS debut album Hold, along with a short feature on the band. To read the piece, you can check it out on the Revolver Magazine site.

RVA Magazine (out of the band’s partial hometown of Richmond, Virginia) also ran a recent feature on the band, which you can check out on the RVA Magazine site.

Hold will be in stores everywhere on May 14, 2013, along with a reissue of the first LP from singer Eric Richter’s former band CHRISTIE FRONT DRIVE. We anticipate it being a rather exciting day for fans of his work.

Published by admin on 11 Apr 2013

“Visual Violence: Brent Eyestone” artist feature (Decibel Magazine)

The fine people at Decibel Magazine recently invited Magic Bullet Records’ Brent Eyestone to pen a guest article about his inspirations and influences surrounding the illustration work that became the cover of the IRON REAGAN Worse Than Dead album.

In the piece, Eyestone walks through 5 unique albums from punk and metal’s past that can be seen as having some sort of historical bearing on what ultimately was produced in the final version of the Worse Than Dead cover. Artwork from all albums supplements the piece, along with songs from each album.

To read the article, please swing by the Decibel Magazine website and enjoy:  http://www.decibelmagazine.com/featured/visual-violence-brent-eyestone/

Published by admin on 04 Mar 2013

An advertisement we’re running in various publications this spring: