|1||She Lied To The FBI||Lyrics/Info||2:48|
|2||I Wanna Be A Warhol||Lyrics/Info||3:07|
|3||I'm Only Here To Disappoint||Lyrics/Info||2:46|
|4||Kiss You To Death||Lyrics/Info||3:21|
|5||The Temptation Of St. Anthony||Lyrics/Info||3:34|
|8||The Torture Doctor||Lyrics/Info||3:37|
|10||One Last Dance||Lyrics/Info||3:28|
|12||Until Death Do Us Part||Lyrics/Info||4:13|
Cult punk rock heroes, Alkaline Trio have released My Shame Is True, their most dynamic album to date.
Recorded with Bill Stevenson of punk legends The Descendents and Black Flag and with Jason Livermore at the producers’ Blasting Room Studios in Colorado, My Shame Is True pushes the band into new musical terrain while embracing their classic Trio sound. The album contains 40 minutes of passionate punk-filled rock that showcases guitarist/vocalist Matt Skiba, bassist/vocalist Dan Andriano and drummer Derek Grant at their absolute best.
"We're very proud of it,” says Matt Skiba. “Once we got in the studio, the songs really took on a shape of their own.”
From the album’s first melodic opener “She Lied To The FBI” to the first single, “ I Wanna Be A Warhol” the Trio waste no time setting the tone for their energetic, hook-filled, eighth studio album. For the first time ever on an Alkaline Trio record, My Shame Is True finds a guest appearance from Rise Against’s Tim Mcllarth on rousing punk rock anthem, “I , Pessimist”, while songs like “I’m Only Here to Disappoint” and album closer, “Till Death Do Is Part” remind fans of classic Trio, with stellar song-writing and catchy choruses.
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 ...