I'm not getting any kick back from these places, I just think people should support their local record stores. Shop local people, Best Buy is for TVs & fridges, not music.
Shake It Records
4156 Hamilton Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45223
6106 Montgomery Rd.,
Pleasant Ridge, OH 45213
Local emo rockers Hawthorne Heights have announced the title of their fifth studio album- Zero. The new release is set to drop this summer from Red River Entertainment/ Sony/ RED. Pre-orders are being accepted now on the band's website with a porton of the sales going to the charity To Write Love On Her Arms. The band made the following statement about the new album and their partnership with TWLOHA:
"We are looking forward to launching this pre-order with our new label partner and PledgeMusic, We've done special pre-orders in the past, but nothing compared to what we're doing this time around. We decided to step it up a notch and involve our fans! We have TONS of unique packages that we think everyone will be into, all of which include exclusive video and blog updates from the studio where we'll show our fans the entire process of how we make this record come to life (maybe we will even share some snippets of new songs as well)!
Pledge allows us to also help raise money for a non-profit of our choosing once we hit our "goal". We selected To Write Love On Her Arms (www.twloha.com) and set the goal low to quickly allow us to raise money for TWLOHA. TWLOHA has helped millions of people deal with and overcome life's hardships and start fresh (from Zero!). They were there for us when Casey passed away and we feel using Pledge allows us to give back a little to them, and to our fans directly!
Eron, Micah, JT, Matt, Mark