|1||Calling All Skeletons||Lyrics/Info||3:31|
|2||Nose Over Tail||Lyrics/Info||2:42|
|3||This Could Be Love||Lyrics/Info||4:26|
|4||Every Thug Needs A Lady||Lyrics/Info||3:41|
|7||The American Scream||Lyrics/Info||3:15|
|8||We've Had Enough||Lyrics/Info||2:48|
|9||Olde English 800||Lyrics/Info||1:37|
|10||I Held Her In My Arms||Lyrics/Info||2:43|
|11||Blue In The Face||Lyrics/Info||3:40|
|12||I Remember A Rooftop||Lyrics/Info||3:38|
|14||You've Got So Far To Go||Lyrics/Info||3:12|
High energy melodic cult rockers Alkaline Trio's album Damnesia is available now. The new record features a selection of beloved fan favorites selected from the group’s extensive catalogue and presented in an intimate-semi unplugged format. Also included will be a cover of the song “I Held Her In My Arms” by influential indie rock trio The Violent Femmes as well as two brand new Alkaline Trio songs entitled “Olde English 800” and “I Remember A Rooftop.”
Since forming in Illinois, in 1996, Alkaline Trio has continued to amass a devoted cult following with their infectious punk hooks and darkly dramatic tongue-in-cheek lyrics, Comprised of guitarist/vocalist Matt Skiba, bassist/vocalist Dan Andriano and drummer Derek Grant, the band has created some of punk's most memorable songs with favorites like “Radio” from the 2000 album Maybe I’ll Catch Fire<, “Mercy Me” from the 2005 album Crimson, “Blue In The Face” from 2003’s Good Mourning and “The American Scream” from 2010’s This Addiction.
Alkaline Trio’s iconic Heart & Skull symbol has come to represent more than the viscerally creative band and their deeply connective albums. While it does symbolize those things, the instantly recognizable logo tattooed on the bodies, hearts and minds of supporters worldwide also denotes a diverse but decisive lifestyle equal parts passion and dedication. It’s a commitment to the triumph of the outsider.
Those who display the emblem do so as a badge, a show of unity in individuality. Like the skeleton-with-a-martini attached to Social Distortion, the Crimson Ghost associated with the Misfits or the “bars” intrinsically linked to Black Flag, Alkaline Trio’s logo is representative of subculture itself; a type of victory, through longevity and purpose, that transcends arbitrary commercial appeal and celebrity groupthink.
Now more than ...