Saosin Down Under


Mary Varvaris interviewed Saosin:

Oh, man, at the very beginning, it was like the wild, wild west. For bands like us, it was huge. You mentioned AbsolutePunk – that was one of the things where it was like being on a billboard in Times Square. People would go to AbsolutePunk to find out about cool music, at least at that point in time, right? 

It was like, you either had to have an older sibling in high school, who was super cool and knew about all the cool bands. Or you had to know somebody that worked at an independent record shop, and they could get the cool music for you. Or you had to scour the internet and find someone who had really good taste in music, or a website, like AbsolutePunk where people could recommend things that were kind of cool, and you can trust the reviews.

Interview: Cove Reber of Dead American

Dead American

Recently I was able to schedule a Zoom call with one of my favorite post-hardcore vocalists, Cove Reber. The ex-Saosin singer looked back on what he was most proud of from the early days of his career, and we spent the majority of time discussing his new band, Dead American. Dead American’s brand new, full-length record called New Nostalgia is out today wherever you stream your music, or you can pre-order a physical copy (Vinyl/CD) here.

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Beau Offers Update on Saosin


Beau from Saosin did a Q&A on Instagram yesterday and shared some news:

Said likely no new album from Saosin this year, hopefully next year. Says he has some songs written but is too busy all year producing albums. He did however discuss re-recording “I Can Tell” with Anthony’s original vocals and planning to release Translating the Name on vinyl with a few extra songs.