MxPx will be featured in AP Magazines Warped Tour 2005 edition!
The band shares their insight on the biggest and best summer tour!
Make sure you get the copy with Mike on the cover!
Thank you to all who showed at their local Cold Stone Creamery in support of a great cause! The guys enjoyed taking part in their role as guest scoopers at the Bremerton shop, and even ended up with a picture in the local paper. You can read the story here (registration required). We've also posted a scan of the front page pic, along with a group shot taken at the event. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves as much as the band did!
Cold Stone Creamery is hosting a month long fundraiser for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and MxPx would like you to join them in giving a helping hand.
Cold Stone Creamery is once again holding its annual "World's Largest Ice Cream Cake Social"... and the band will be on hand as "Guest Scoopers" at the Bremerton store on Monday April 25 from 5-8pm. Even if you haven't taken the advice to Move to Bremerton, you can still participate at your local Cold Stone Creamery store...
"To enhance the month-long celebration, all participating Cold Stone Creamery stores will give away free pieces of ice cream cake (developed by Micah, a wish child from the Boston, Mass.area) in exchange for a donation to our local chapter. Many stores will offer activities and entertainment for guests as well. Please support the Foundation by stopping by your local Cold Stone Creamery on the evening of April 25th - and any other day in April! Participating stores in Alaska, Northern Idaho and Washington will host the World's Largest Ice Cream Social."
MxPx will be shooting a video for their new single "Heard That Sound". Where will the video shoot be? Check back for details.
MxPx was at The End (KNDD 107.7 FM) studios in Seattle on the 7-10pm PST show with DJ harms. They premiered their new single, "Heard That Sound". They also played three other tracks off their new album "Panic" and announced that they will be playing an album release show in Seattle at Tower Records on Mercer Street(5th and Roy) June 7th.
For a long time now, there have been some fans making noise about how much they like the song "The Empire"... well we're happy to report that the CD including the song has won a Dove award. The Passion of the Christ: Songs was nominated and won an award in the "Special Event Album of the Year" category. Congrats, guys!
Dove Awards Info
Yes, the rumor you may have heard is true.. We have a title and release date for the new record and the date's not too far off what had been previously reported... The new record is called "Panic" and the release date is July 12. We'll be having our "record release party" on the Warped Tour, in Vancouver, BC.
It's official! MxPx will be playing the entire run of Warped Tour shows for the summer of 2005!
Yeah, we know it'll be hot, but the guys are REALLY pumped up for this tour. There are sure to be plenty of surprises, so don't miss their set.
The official dates are in the works right now, and as soon as we have them, so will you!
We'll see you there!
MxPx's "Grey Skies Turn Blue" is included on the Atticus III compilation. The CD will be in stores Feb. 22nd. Click Here for more info.
For all of you in the Seattle area - a live version of My Life Story is included on 1077 The End's "Live From The Morning Alternative - a benefit for the Vera Project" a 19-song compilation CD of exclusive performances from local bands, recorded live on The Morning Alternative and at intimate EndSessions. Available Now. Click here for loations and more info.
We would like to thank all those gave their time, skills and goods to make
the January 12 Tsunami Benefit show at The Showbox, in Seattle, a success.
The show was sold out and at least 300 commemorative T shirts were sold..
We would like to thank The Showbox and The Presidents of the United States
of America for inviting us to be a part of the event. As well as their
Mike Tierney - Management PUSA
Jared - Management PUSA
Chad Queirolo (and the Showbox crew)
We would like to thank our crew specifically who donated their time and
Tommy Rat - FOH (Sound Engineer)
Neil Hundt - Guitar Tech
James Barrett - Bass Tech/truck driver
Seth Roberts - Utility Guitar
Bill Blackstone - Monitor Engineer
Creighton Burke - Management
We would also like to thank Jake Kittinger of Budget Rentals in Bremerton
for donating the rental truck.