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Say Anything – Anarchy, My Dear

Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear This review originally ran in AP 285. After struggling with 2009’s uneven self-titled release, Say Anything majordomo Max Bemis has abandoned major...

Say Anything stream new album “Anarchy, My Dear”

Say Anything has launched a stream of their new album Anarchy, My Dear, due out Mar. 13 via Equal Vision. Listen to it here and...
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Premiere: Say Anything’s “Say Anything” (lyric video)

Check out this premiere of Say Anything's new lyric video for the song of the same name. It's culled from the band's upcoming album...

Max Bemis (Say Anything) starts imprint label with Equal Vision; Tallhart first band signed

Max Bemis of Say Anything has launched an imprint with Equal Vision Records, dubbed Rory Records. The first band to join the imprint is...

Chris Conley of Saves The Day talks new Two Tongues record

In a new interview, Chris Conley of Saves The Day confirmed that he and Max Bemis of Say Anything will be releasing a new...
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Premiere: Behind the scenes of Say Anything’s new single, “Say Anything”

Check out this behind-the-scenes look at Say Anything's upcoming album Anarchy, My Dear, due out March 13 via Equal Vision. The single, also titled "Say...

Say Anything detail new album “Anarchy, My Dear”

Say Anything will release their long-awaited new album Anarchy, My Dear on March 13 via Equal Vision. Check out the cover art and track...

The 11 Of 2011: The Year’s Most-read Features

We're taking a look back at 2011 this week by unveiling our most popular Altpress.com features of the year—today, we share the 11 most-read...

Max Bemis announces solo tour dates

Max Bemis of Say Anything--who revealed details about the band's forthcoming album, Anarchy, My Dear, in an exclusive interview with AP--is going on a...

Exclusive Interview: Max Bemis reveals all about Say Anything’s new album

SAY ANYTHING recently finished recording their fifth album and first for Equal Vision, Anarchy, My Dear, with producer Tim O’Heir. It was a homecoming...

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