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Quietly Losing Control – A History Of Brand New

16 September 2011 12:58 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Earlier this week American rock band Brand New announced the rarest of UK tours scheduled for early 2012, this marks the end of a two year absence from the British touring circuit for the act and hopefully means a possible fifth album for the Long Island five. As a scarily huge Brand New fan and with them being my favourite band ever (since hearing of them in 2009, yes I’m a late starter I know) I thought it only fitting to bring WhatCulture! readers and the world wide web in general, a brief history of the band and an introduction of sorts to people who have yet to hear this very underrated, unique sound from one of the most private of bands.

The Early Days: (late 90s early 00s)

How did it all begin? Brand New’s lead singer and rhythm guitarist Jesse Lacey (born in Levittown New York) was brought »

- Adam Lock

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6 Minutes Of Wildy Impressive Animatronics

12 April 2011 6:05 AM, PDT | BestWeekEver | See recent BestWeekEver news »

There is a man named John Nolan. He is and animatronics expert and has worked on many movies including a couple of Harry Potters and Where the Wild Things Are. Below is a reel of some of his creations in various stages of development. Here are four thoughts you might have while watching it: 1.) That robot baby looks way too much like a real baby. 2.) Those double butt mouths look way too much like double butt mouths. 3.) When can I get some big robot hands? 4.) Is the guy with the belly an animatronics thing or a weird porn thing I’m not ready for? Thanks, The Daily What. »

- Noah Garfinkel

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Cool Videos: Animatronics are not dead!

12 April 2011 2:40 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

You might think, what with the prevalence of CGI, that the art of animatronics is dead. But if you saw Your Highness this weekend, you know that they're still alive and well in the form of robotic birds, pervy puppets and big-dicked minotaurs. And now, artist John Nolan, has released a show reel of some of his best animatronics work that gives you a great behind-the-scenes look at the models. Nolan has worked on Hellboy II, Clash Of The Titans, the Harry Potter films, "Doctor »

- Mike Sampson

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Listen: Taking Back Sunday unleash new track 'El Paso'

29 March 2011 1:50 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Taking Back Sunday is back together in an old iteration, but has some new material to share. The Long Island rock troupe posted the new track "El Paso" this week, with an accompanying lyric video, posted below. The clip also calls out many of the band's fans, who had taken to Twitter to request the band get to unveiling some of the new set. The group announced earlier this month they were finished recording and to expect an as-yet-untitled album this summer. TBS's lineup now features vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist John Nolan, guitarist Eddie Reyes, bassist Shaun Cooper and drummer Mark »

- Katie Hasty

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