Crime In Stereo's sophomore Bridge Nine full-length, I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone, is slated to hit streets next Tuesday, February 23rd. Once known for being a melodic hardcore band, Crime In Stereo broke through any and all genre defining boundaries in creating Describe, a haunting album that perfectly laces together experimental grunge-rock with the punk roots from which the band came.
This new sound and direction has fans and press alike praising I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone, with the album being coined by Under The Gun Review as "exactly the kind of record the music industry as a whole needs right now... an unpredictable journey through heartache that pushes the very boundaries of CIS' musical landscape."
In anticipation of the February 23rd CD/LP/Digital release of I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone, Crime In Stereo is currently on the opposite side of the Atlantic headlining shows in the UK. With record release shows booked in Philadelphia, New York City and Boston during the album's release week, Crime In Stereo will be keeping busy by showcasing new music off of one of the 'Most Anticipated Releases of 2010' (AP Magazine).
I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone, will be made available everywhere next Tuesday. If you haven't done so already, you can pre-order the album on iTunes by clicking here, and be one of the first to own the album that "...should by all means, turn the head of every avid music fan who got into this kind of music when it first began" (The Music The Message).