IN-STORE ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE AND SIGNING EVENT
SATURDAY FEB 4TH @ 4pm
Pre-order the CD or Red Vinyl online now and select "The Menzingers In-Store Pickup".
THE MENZINGERS - AFTER THE PARTY [INDIE EXCLUSIVE TRANSLUCENT RED VINYL] $21.98
THE MENZINGERS - AFTER THE PARTY [CD] $11.99
Then on the day of the show (FEB 4th) you will receive your item at the store and a pass for guaranteed entry to the show plus a poster to get signed. We will not be shipping Menzingers pre-order items. Pick up on the day of the show only.
For their fifth full-length After the Party, The Menzingers set out to make the quintessential jukebox record: an unstoppably melodic album primed for bar-room sing-alongs. Delivering anthemic harmonies, furious power chords, and larger-than-life melodies, the Philadelphia-based garage-punk four-piece amply fulfills that mission while achieving something much more deeply nuanced. With its delicately crafted storytelling and everyman romanticism, After the Party ultimately proves to be a wistful but life-affirming reflection on getting older but not quite growing up. “We spent our 20s living in a rowdy kind of way, and now we’re at a point where it seems like everyone in our lives is moving in different directions,” says Tom May, who joined fellow singer/guitarist Greg Barnett, bassist Eric Keen, and drummer Joe Godino in forming The Menzingers as teenagers in their hometown of Scranton. With each song unfolding as its own fully realized story, After the Party came to life thanks largely to an introspective yet outward-looking lyrical sensibility on the part of Barnett and May. Produced by Will Yip (Title Fight, Balance & Composure, Pianos Become the Teeth) and recorded in Yip’s Conshohocken, Pennsylvania-based Studio 4, After the Party finds the band breaking into new sonic terrain. The Menzingers’ most refined album to date, After the Party was also shaped from an intensive writing and pre-production process that involved holing up for five weeks in Yip’s studio. Along with sculpting more expansive arrangements, the band focused on experimenting with new effects and production techniques to forge the album’s dynamic but intricately textured sound.