New Model Army has a new album out 'Carnival'

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I had no idea! Glad to see they are still around.

http://www.stylusmagazine.com/review.php?ID=3362

BeeOK (boo radley), Tuesday, 13 September 2005 04:50 (fourteen years ago) link

two months pass...
hmm.. they never went away.. have toured pretty much every year too, in one form or another...

marge (godgirl), Thursday, 1 December 2005 17:01 (thirteen years ago) link

one year passes...

new tour:

Aug 7 2007 8:00P
Clash Club Sao Paulo, Brazil
Aug 8 2007 8:00P
Clash Club Sao Paulo, Brazil
Aug 17 2007 8:00P
Weston Super Mare Somerset
Aug 18 2007 8:00P
Beautiful Days Festival Devon, United Kingdom
Sep 5 2007 8:00P
North Star Bar Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sep 6 2007 8:00P
Mercury Lounge New York, New York
Sep 7 2007 8:00P
Maxwell's Hoboken, New Jersey
Sep 8 2007 8:00P
Rock n Roll Hotel Washington DC, Washington DC
Sep 9 2007 8:00P
31st St. Pub Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sep 11 2007 8:00P
The Red Mile Lexington, Kentucky
Sep 12 2007 8:00P
Soul Kitchen Mobile, Alabama
Sep 13 2007 8:00P
Hi-Ho Lounge New Orleans, Louisiana
Sep 14 2007 8:00P
Elysium Austin, Texas
Sep 16 2007 8:00P
The Sets Tempe, Arizona
Sep 17 2007 8:00P
The Knitting Factory Los Angeles, California
Sep 18 2007 8:00P
Detroit Bar - Costa Mesa, California
Sep 19 2007 8:00P
Brick By Brick San Diego, California
Sep 20 2007 8:00P
DNA Lounge San Francisco, California
Sep 22 2007 8:00P
Outlaw Music Hall Portland, Oregon
Sep 23 2007 8:00P
El Corazon Seattle, Washington
Sep 24 2007 8:00P
New City Compound Edmonton, Alberta
Sep 27 2007 8:00P
Triple Rock Minneapolis, Minnesota
Sep 28 2007 8:00P
Otto's Dekalb, Illinois
Sep 29 2007 8:00P
The Note Chicago, Illinois
Oct 1 2007 8:00P
Lee's Palace Toronto, Ontario
Oct 3 2007 8:00P
The Bug Jar Rochester, New York
Oct 5 2007 8:00P
Southpaw Brooklyn, New York
Oct 15 2007 8:00P
Tivoli Utrecht, Netherlands
Oct 16 2007 8:00P
The Waterfront Rotterdam, Netherlands
Oct 18 2007 8:00P
La Locomotive Paris, France
Oct 20 2007 8:00P
BBC Caen, France
Oct 21 2007 8:00P
Ninkasi Kao Lyon, France
Oct 22 2007 8:00P
Abart Zurich, Switzerland
Oct 23 2007 8:00P
Le Poste a Galen Marseille, France
Oct 25 2007 8:00P
Loco Club Valencia, Spain
Oct 26 2007 8:00P
Caracol Madrid, Spain
Oct 27 2007 8:00P
Apolo Barcelona, Spain
Oct 29 2007 8:00P
tbc Rome, Italy
Oct 31 2007 8:00P
Arena Vienna, Austria
Nov 1 2007 8:00P
Muffethalle Munich, Germany
Nov 2 2007 8:00P
Conrad Sohm Dornbirn, Austria
Nov 3 2007 8:00P
Kaserne Basel, Switzerland
Nov 4 2007 8:00P
Longhorn Stuttgart, Germany
Nov 6 2007 8:00P
Central Station Darmstadt, Germany
Nov 7 2007 8:00P
Markthalle Hamburg, Germany
Nov 8 2007 8:00P
Modernes Bremen, Germany
Nov 9 2007 8:00P
Columbia Club Berlin, Germany
Nov 11 2007 8:00P
Capitol Hannover, Germany
Nov 13 2007 8:00P
Wulfren Hall Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Nov 14 2007 8:00P
Garage Glasgow, United Kingdom
Nov 15 2007 8:00P
Lemon Tree Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Nov 16 2007 8:00P
Academy 2 Manchester, United Kingdom
Nov 17 2007 8:00P
Met Univ. Leeds, United Kingdom
Nov 18 2007 8:00P
Corporation Sheffield, United Kingdom
Nov 20 2007 8:00P
Waterfront Norwich, United Kingdom
Nov 21 2007 8:00P
Junction Cambridge, United Kingdom
Nov 22 2007 8:00P
Concorde 2 Brighton, United Kingdom
Nov 23 2007 8:00P
Brook Southampton, United Kingdom
Nov 24 2007 8:00P
Zodiac Oxford, United Kingdom
Nov 25 2007 8:00P
Phoenix Centre Exeter, United Kingdom
Nov 27 2007 8:00P
Thekla Bristol, United Kingdom
Nov 28 2007 8:00P
Rock City Nottingham, United Kingdom
Nov 29 2007 8:00P
Roadmenders Northampton, United Kingdom
Dec 20 2007 8:00P
Astoria London, United Kingdom
Dec 21 2007 8:00P
Melkweg Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dec 22 2007 8:00P
Palladium Koln, Germany

Bee OK, Thursday, 2 August 2007 02:45 (twelve years ago) link

two years pass...

And now they've got a new album out, "Today Is A Good Day".

"Everything is beautiful, because everything is dying..."

More righteous anger, some metalic riffs in the title track, overall a better album than "Carnival". More of what you'd expect from this lot, and I like it.

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Thursday, 1 October 2009 17:31 (nine years ago) link

seven months pass...

But "Eight" is their best in the past 20 years.

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Friday, 28 May 2010 20:40 (nine years ago) link

four years pass...

Last album, "Between Dog And Wolf" was fantastic - very tribal with a big drum emphasis and hardly any guitars. An EP of new material and a live album are out together this week as "Between Wine And Blood".

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Wednesday, 17 September 2014 01:03 (four years ago) link

The new EP is great too. Maybe a bit closer to the "traditional" NMA sound than the album. I'm amazed that I've been listening to them for close to 30 years now and they're still putting out records that I love on a pretty regular schedule. And still putting on some of the best live shows I've seen. Hope they come back to the U.S. soon; I've had to miss them the last couple of times.

early rejecter, Thursday, 18 September 2014 01:40 (four years ago) link

Yay, the first NMA fan other than me in 7 years!

Terribly overlooked, taken for granted or written off, take your pick. Everything they've done is worth hearing. Justin's solo album is crazy good, so atmospheric and powerful.

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Thursday, 18 September 2014 03:58 (four years ago) link

Ha, yeah, looks like you were talking to yourself for a while there. I'm doing my part to pass the love on to the next generation -- when my three-month-old gets a little fussy at night I sing "225" to him and he puts his head on my shoulder and settles right down.

I just took a look at their discography to see if there's anything I missed over the years (I do have and am a big fan of Justin's album) and I'm going to have to check out Big Guitars in Little Europe. I don't collect all of their live stuff but that one looks like it could be interesting.

early rejecter, Thursday, 18 September 2014 19:44 (four years ago) link

Oooo, "Big Guitars" is a cracking acoustic live set! Absolutely top notch, definitely the live album I'd recommend along with "And Nobody Else" as critical.

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Thursday, 18 September 2014 19:52 (four years ago) link

I just wanna chime in and say that I'm a NMA fan of yore so you are not alone. I just don't have anything to contribute as I haven't listened to anything they've done since...so fucking long ago I dunno. Haven't seen them live since more than two decades and absent-mindedly passed up the chance a couple of years ago on their 2012 North American tour. If there is one album from the last 20 years I should check out what would it be?

everything, Thursday, 18 September 2014 20:35 (four years ago) link

I still concur with my 2010 self - "Eight" is their best of their later works, though Justin Sullivan's "Navigating By The Stars" is a wonderful thing unto itself.

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Thursday, 18 September 2014 20:45 (four years ago) link

Just quickly read a couple of reviews of Navigating by the Stars. Sounds interesting. Definitely will check that out.

everything, Thursday, 18 September 2014 20:53 (four years ago) link

I'm so out of the loop with these guys now and with tours in general I just want to share this story - I saw a Joolz cassette of all things in a thrift store not that long ago which surprised me (I'm over on the west coast of Canada so how it got here is anyone's guess) and my thoughts turned to NMA. I remember that I'd seen it mentioned recently that they were going to be playing here so I googled it and it turns out that I'd missed it by about 18 months! As I say, totally out of the loop and rolling my eyes at my own lack of attention to this kind of stuff.

everything, Thursday, 18 September 2014 21:03 (four years ago) link

one year passes...

New album, "Winter" just came out and it's more of what you love from NMA. They bring back the guitars and tone down the tribal feeling of "Between Dog And Wolf". This is their 13th album and while some are better than others, each one is chock full of angry folk-rock goodness.

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Friday, 9 September 2016 00:24 (three years ago) link

hmm, if this is on Spotify i will have to investigate.

Bee OK, Saturday, 10 September 2016 01:13 (three years ago) link

two years pass...

on track 4 of the new one and... really enjoying it. massive gulf between the quality of some of their recent material and the almost complete lack of publicity/press attention. will they ever get a critical reevaluation i wonder...

https://open.spotify.com/album/5w4mwTymdUlxEo04FgBs9H?si=-h0XjqqyTa2TsvcIqi3lKg

Hmmmmm (jamiesummerz), Monday, 9 September 2019 12:16 (six days ago) link

Probably not. I really dig the new one, too, which continues to merge the brilliant tribal feeling of "Between Dog & Wolf" with their folk-rock sound. Justin's lyrics continue to reflect my view of the world as well. And he revisited his utterly captivating solo album, "Navigating By The Stars", on the track "Conversation"!

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Monday, 9 September 2019 15:37 (six days ago) link


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