Friday, June 22, 2012

The World is a Beautiful Place to docutment recording process

CT emo/indie rockers The World Is A Beautiful Place (And I am No Longer Afraid To Die) has entered Format Audio Studio in Haverhill, MA with engineer Ryan Stack (My Heart To Joy) this week to begin recording, Whenever, If Ever, their debut LP for Topshelf Records, due out this fall. The band will be documenting the recording process with a series of video journals along the way on as well as on some partner sites that will be revealed shortly.

TWIABP will take a break from recording to play a series of dates in July and August. See dates below.


Thomas Diaz - Keyboards, Vocals
Josh Cyr - Bass
Derrick Shanholtzer - Guitar, Vocals
On Horse - Guitar, Vocals
Steven Buttery - Drums
Chris Teti - Guitar, Trumpet

Tour Dates:

Jul 05 - Bath Haus - New Brunswick, NJ w/ Souvenirs

Jul 06 - Secret Location (Meet @ Redscroll Records)- Wallingford, CT w/ Souvenirs, Self

Jul 07 - Blood Street Co Op- Providence, RI w/ Souvenirs

Jul 08- Today's Mixtape Festival (Day 3) - Garden City, NY w/ Souvenirs, Such Gold

Jul 13- Bramble Jam II - Springfield, MA w/ Slingshot Dakota...

Aug 11- I Got Brains Fest- Blacksburg, VA


The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die speak to a universal experience: of home, of suburbia, of community, of nostalgia for a time not so long ago after all. Atmospheric and breathy, emotionally raw and heavy, The World Is’ reputation as one of today’s seminal “second-waver“ emo bands precedes them.

The World Is experience is a rich one. This is in part due to the varied history of the six people in the band, a Connecticut-bred lineup finalized as recently as 2011 despite their 2009 formation. Greg Horbal (also an agent with Hope This Helps Booking), Chris Teti (also an engineer at Connecticut’s Silver Bullet Studios) and Steven K. Buttery (also in the band Ferocious Fucking Teeth, runs a screenprinting operation of his own) were all formerly in a similarly significant Connecticut band, My Heart to Joy. Shanholtzer is a working visual artist, has operated a popular Connecticut house venue (The Handsome Woman) for years as well as contributed to bands like One Hundred Year Ocean, SOFX and I’m ok (as has bassist Josh Cyr). Thomas Diaz (vocals, keys) has also released solo work under the name Sinforiano Diaz.

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