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22 Nov

On December 7th, 2010 platinum-selling rock quintet Flyleaf will release Remember to Live (A&M/Octone), a seven-song album featuring new recordings of fan-requested tracks from the Flyleaf catalogue.

Recorded with Mark Lewis (Chimaira, Trivium, Adrift) while on the road during their Unite & Fight tour, Remember to Live is a rare collection of tracks that fans have been demanding for years. The record includes a new version of fan favorite “Justice & Mercy” from the 2006 EP Music as a Weapon as well as a remix of “Arise” by Ben Moody of Evanescence. Lead by powerful front woman Lacey, Flyleaf’s coast to coast Unite & Fight tour was a force to be reckoned with, racking up rave reviews including ARTISTdirect’s Rick Florino who proclaimed “Flyleaf genuinely possess the power to save hard rock.”

All artwork for the album was designed by Flyleaf bassist Pat Seals. Check out the band’s newly re-launched website for more artwork from Pat Seals inspired by the concept around the band’s most recent full-length album, Memento Mori.

Get a sample of Remember to Live on Flyleaf’s Facebook page here:!/flyleafmusic?v=wall

Memento Mori, released late last year via A&M/Octone, debuted at #8 on the Billboard chart and reached #1 on the Alternative Album and Hard Rock Album charts. Their self-titled debut, released in 2005, has gone platinum. The band recently wrapped their Unite & Fight tour, which aimed to raise awareness for the fight against human trafficking.

Remember to Live track listing:

1. Justice & Mercy (Violent Love Mix)
2. Okay
3. Amy Says
4. Dear My Closest Friend
5. Light In Your Eyes
6. Believe In Dreams
7. Arise (Ben Moody Mix)

09 Nov

Take a look at the making of “Courage,” the new video from Orianthi and Flyleaf’s Lacey Mosley. “The idea for the music video was to really bring the lyrics to life by interspersing my and Lacey’s performance with images that we think project courage,” said Orianthi.

The singer also let fans in on a secret – she’s not a very good driver. “We had lots of different scenes; the first one was set in an RV, driving around… thank god [Lacey] was driving, otherwise we’d probably end up in the closest tree!” Luckily for Orianthi she has her guitar to fall back on – “I love her playing guitar – I’ve never seen a girl play like her, she’s really strong and powerful,” Lacey shared.

“Courage” can be found on Orianthi’s album Believe (II). Visit for additional information.

31 Oct

Australian singer/songwriter Orianthi has released a new music video for the song “Courage,” from her recent release Believe (II). “Courage is one of my favorite songs to sing live… It’s very spiritual and it takes you to a colorful place,” she says of the track, which showcases the rocker’s softer side and features friend Lacey of the band Flyleaf. çš„ had a great time making the video with Lacey. I love the setting and the colors that were used in this clip – very earthy and exactly the way I envisioned the video for this tune to be.”

Believe (II) also features Orianthi’s hits “According to You” and “Shut Up and Kiss Me,” and is available in store and on iTunes. Visit and follow her on Twitter for the latest updates.

05 Oct

Platinum-selling rock quintet Flyleaf have partnered with for “Letters to Lacey,” a special new column where Flyleaf vocalist Lacey will answer questions directly from the fans. Fans can submit their questions here:

Flyleaf are currently in the midst of the second leg of their UNITE & FIGHT headlining tour where in addition to lighting up the stage with their invigorating and inspiring live sets, the band has launched a text campaign to support World Vision’s fight against human trafficking of children. When fans text UNITE to 20222, $10 will be added to their cell phone bill and a donation will be made to World Vision’s effort to rescue the children who are victims of human trafficking. Story of the Year is supporting on all dates. For more information, visit:

Praise for FLYLEAF:
“Memento Mori is precise, muscular and alluring…Ms. Mosley sounds more certain then ever, her voice shooting up octaves the more enthralled she becomes.” – The New York Times

“Flyleaf are – as this, their second record proves, a super-tight metal band capable of writing a more than decent tune. Frontwoman Lacey Mosley has a voice that puts Amy Lee to shame and guitarists Jared Hartmann and Sameer Bhattacharya have far more up their sleeves than standard metal power chords.” – Alternative Press

Remaining UNITE & FIGHT Tour Dates:
10/1/10 Wichita, KS @ The Cotillion Ballroom
10/2/10 Cedar Falls, IA @ The Wheelhouse
10/4/10 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
10/5/10 Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall
10/7/10 Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart’s
10/8/10 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Orbit Room
10/9/10 Pontiac, MI @ Eagle Theater
10/11/10 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
10/12/10 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
10/14/10 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave II
10/18/10 San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom
10/19/10 Chico, CA @ Seantor Theatre
10/20/10 West Hollywood, CA @ House of Blues
10/22/10 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
10/23/10 Flagstaff, AZ @ Orpheum Theater
10/24/10 Farmington, NM @ Gators Bar & Grill
10/26/10 San Antonio, TX @ AT&T Center

31 Aug

Following the success of high-energy singles “According to You” and “Shut Up and Kiss Me,” Orianthi showcases her softer side with her new single “Courage,” featuring Lacey from Flyleaf. Grab the track – which features yet another stand-out guitar solo – now on iTunes. Orianthi and Lacey are set to film the song’s music video in the coming week, so stay tuned to over the next month for the video’s debut, as well as all the latest news and updates.

04 Aug

FLYLEAF are set to hit the road again this fall on the second leg of their UNITE & FIGHT headline tour.

After a massively successful jaunt this spring, the platinum-selling rock quintet will deliver their inspiring and invigorating on-stage uprising to crowds across the country. The first round of UNITE & FIGHT was so special to fans that FLYLEAF had to share it with everyone who missed it-in addition to those diehards returning for more.

In continued support of their triumphant sophomore album, Memento Mori, FLYLEAF is going to put on an unforgettable show every night. Crowds have the chance to experience the Texas band’s latest hit single from Memento Mori, “Missing” as well as “Again” and other live favorites like “I’m So Sick” and “All Around Me.” Alternative mainstays Story of the Year will provide support for FLYLEAF on the entire run, rounding out a formidable night of rock ‘n’ roll.

UNITE & FIGHT comes hot on the heels of FLYLEAF’s incredible main stage set at the UK’s Download Festival alongside Rage Against the Machine and numerous U.S. and overseas festival appearances. For FLYLEAF, UNITE & FIGHT has a deeper purpose, and the band wants to give back in an important way.

Grammy nominated vocalist Lacey comments, “When we were recording the song ‘Set Apart This Dream’ for our new CD, Memento Mori, I was thinking about the innocence that is so easily and often stolen from so many kids. Today, there are 2 million children around the world who are victims of sex slavery. We named this tour UNITE & FIGHT because sometimes we have to fight violence with peace and that takes unity. We have to fight thieves who steal children and sell them with generosity. This also takes unity. It’s our way of bringing a bit of attention to a grave matter. All of us who are in a safer place have the ability to help lift some of the burden of such a heavy and disgusting injustice. If you text UNITE to 20222, $10 will be added to your cell phone bill and a donation will be made to World Vision’s effort to rescue the victims of sex slavery.”

The first leg of the tour also received high praises from the press. Rick Florino of writes, “Live, Flyleaf teeter between the explosive elegance of early Deftones and Alice In Chains’ heartfelt and heavy exploration of the human condition-however, they’ve also got hard rock’s best front woman at the helm…Hopeful and heavy, the Unite and Fight Tour is everything that a hard rock jaunt should be.”


Thu-Sep-09 Baltimore MD Power Plant Live (NFL KICK-OFF PARTY)


Fri-Sep-10 Philadelphia PA Electric Factory
Sat-Sep-11 Boston MA House of Blues
Mon-Sep-13 Jermyn PA Eleanor Rigby’s
Tue-Sep-14 Sayreville NJ Starland Ballroom
Thu-Sep-16 Richmond VA The National
Fri-Sep-17 Charlotte NC Amos’ Southend
Sat-Sep-18 Atlanta GA Center Stage
Mon-Sep-20 Nashville TN Rocketown
Tue-Sep-21 Baton Rouge LA Varsity Theatre
Wed-Sep-22 New Orleans LA The Howling Wolf
Sat-Sep-25 Houston TX Warehouse Live
Sun-Sep-26 Austin TX Stubb’s Waller Creek Outdoor Amphitheater
Tue-Sep-28 Dallas TX House of Blues
Wed-Sep-29 Oklahoma City OK Diamond Ballroom
Fri-Oct-01 Wichita KS The Cotillion Ballroom
Sat-Oct-02 Cedar Falls IA The Wheelhouse
Tue-Oct-05 Louisville KY Headliners Music Hall
Thu-Oct-07 Cincinnati OH Bogart’s
Fri-Oct-08 Grand Rapids MI The Orbit Room
Sat-Oct-09 Plymouth MI Compuware Arena
Mon-Oct-11 Columbus OH Newport Music Hall
Tue-Oct-12 Chicago IL House of Blues
Thu-Oct-14 Milwaukee WI The Rave II (Downstairs)
Sat-Oct-16 Mexico City MEX Foro Sol Festival
Mon-Oct-18 San Francisco CA Regency Ballroom
Tue-Oct-19 Chico CA Senator Theatre
Wed-Oct-20 West Hollywood CA House of Blues
Fri-Oct-22 San Diego CA House of Blues
Sat-Oct-23 Flagstaff AZ Orpheum Theater

10 Jul

A DAY TO REMEMBER is proud to announce their team up with MTV2 and MTVU for the premiere of their new single “Have Faith In Me” on Wednesday, July 14th. The video will be airing throughout the day on both stations, as well as on and Directed by Mark Staubach, “Have Faith In Me” is the third video from A DAY TO REMEMBER’s latest album, Homesick, which debuted at #21 on the Top 200 Billboard Charts and has sold over 200,000 albums to date.

A preview of the “Have Faith In Me” music video as well as an acoustic performance of the song can be seen at:

“Have Faith In Me” has also been added to general rotation on The World Famous, KROQ and A DAY TO REMEMBER will be appearing at some of this summer’s largest events.

July 29th, A DAY TO REMEMBER will perform on the opening day of X-Games 16. This LA-takeover event covers the Staples Center, Nokia Theatre, the Los Angeles Coliseum, and LA Live from July 29th-August 1st. The event will be broadcast live on ESPN & ESPN2, featuring over 200 athletes from all around the world competing in freestyle BMX, MotoX, Rally Car, and Skateboarding. For more information on the X-Games, please visit:

Known as ‘The Biggest Summer Concert in Central New York’, A DAY TO REMEMBER will be playing K-Rockathon 15. The event will be held on July 31st, infield at the New York State Fair, and feature such acts as Avenged Sevenfold, Flyleaf, Halestorm, and more. For more information on K-Rockathon, please visit:

Epicenter, the second annual two-day music festival will be held at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. A DAY TO REMEMBER will be playing the second date, Sunday, September 26th, alongside Blink-182, Rise Against, 30 Seconds To Mars, and other top-name acts. For more information on Epicenter, please visit:

26 May

“When we were recording the song “Set Apart This Dream” for our new cd, “Memento Mori,” I was thinking about the innocence that is so easily and often stolen from so many kids. Today, there are 2 million children around the world who are victims of sex slavery. We named this tour Unite and Fight because sometimes we have to fight violence with peace and that takes unity. We have to fight thieves who steal children and sell them with generosity. This also takes unity. It’s our way of bringing a bit of attention to a grave matter. All of us who are in a safer place have the ability to help lift some of the burden of such a heavy and disgusting injustice. If you text UNITE to 20222, $10 will be added to your cell phone bill and a donation will be made to World Vision’s effort to rescue the victims of sex slavery.”

For your efforts we would like to offer a free download, enjoy! — Lacey from Flyleaf

Free Download Here: (right click, save as)

15 Mar

“Again,” the lead single from A&M/Octone recording artist FLYLEAF‘S latest album, Memento Mori, has climbed to #3* at Modern Rock radio, right behind Muse, who occupy the #1 and #2 spots. Memento Mori, the follow-up to FLYLEAF’s self-titled Platinum debut, recently entered The Billboard 200 at No. 8.

“Reaching #3* after 28 weeks, ‘Again’ has been Flyleaf‘s biggest hit at Modern Rock radio to date,” said Ben Berkman, EVP/Head of Promotion at A&M/Octone Records. “It has also been one of their most enduring as well, reaching this position after a steady eight month build. Furthermore, the track navigated one of the most competitive fourth quarters in the last 10 years, outlasting records from over a dozen established Gold & Platinum artists. ‘Again’ is a bona fide hit!”

The band, which just wrapped up a trek with Three Days Grace and Breaking Benjamin, will launch a sold-out U.K. tour on March 22nd, which includes a show at London’s Islington Academy on April 1st. FLYLEAF will then return to the States for a series of festival appearances and a headlining tour that will kick off on May 4th. Fair to Midland and Ten Years will open on the tour. A ticket pre-sale will begin on Tuesday, March 16th, at 3 p.m. local time at A limited number of VIP packages will be available that include early entry to the show, a signed FLYLEAF poster and several other cool perks. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday and Saturday, March 19th and 20th; check your local box office for details. (See below for tour itinerary.)

FLYLEAF is Lacey (lead vocals), Sameer Bhattacharya (guitar), Jared Hartman (guitar), Pat Seals (bass) and James Culpepper (drums).Based in Belton, Texas, the quintet has been touring nearly non-stop since the September 2005 release of its self-titled debut album, which spent 133 weeks on The Billboard 200 and contained the hits “I’m So Sick,” “Fully Alive” and the RIAA Platinum smash “All Around Me.” Recorded with Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, The All-American Rejects), Memento Mori was hailed by The New York Times as “muscular and alluring” while Entertainment Weekly called it “galvanizing.” “Break Your Knees,” a track that appeared on the expanded edition of Memento Mori, was tapped for Healing 4 Haiti, a benefit compilation that was released last week on the iTunes Store.


28 Belton, TX Belton County Expo Center w/Three Days Grace
30 San Antonio, TX Sunken Garden Theatre – KissFest 2010

1 Frisco, TX Pizza Hut Park – EdgeFest 2010
2 Spring, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – BuzzFest 2010
4 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre
6 Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre
7 Las Vegas, NV Hard Rock Hotel & Casino-Outdoor Pool
8 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
11 Seattle, WA Showbox at The Market
12 Spokane, WA Knitting Factory Concert House
14 Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
15 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
18 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
20 Worcester, MA The Palladium
21 Atlantic City, NJ House of Blues
22 New York, NY Webster Hall
24 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
25 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
26 Norfolk, VA The Norva
29 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
30 Sioux Falls, SD Ramkota Exhibit Hall

1 Billings, MT Shrine Auditorium
2 Casper, WY Casper Events Center
4 Boise, ID Knitting Factory
5 Reno, NV Knitting Factory
6 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre – Live 105 BFD

08 Dec

Breaking Benjamin have teamed up with Havoc TV to premiere five exclusive acoustic performances.The footage comes from the band’s homecoming show at the River Street Jazz Cafe in Wilkes-Barre, PA. During the set the band treated the audience to stunning acoustic renditions of fan favorites “Diary of Jane” , “Breath” ,”Until The End” , and “Had Enough“. The band also played an acoustic version of their #1 hit single “I Will Not Bow” , off of the album Dear Agony, in-stores now.

The band is hitting the road with Three Days Grace and Flyleaf this winter. Tour dates are as follows:

January 15 – Peoria. IL – Peoria Civic Center Arena – On Sale 12/12
January 16 – Detroit, MI – Joe Louis Arena – On Sale 12/12
January 18 – Madison, WI – Alliant Energy Center – On Sale 12/12
January 20 – Duluth, MN – Duluth Ent. Conv. Ctr Arena – On Sale 12/12
January 21 – LaCrosse, WI – LaCrosse Center Arena – On Sale 12/18
January 23 – Mankato, MN – Verizon Wireless – On Sale 12/11
January 24 – Rockford, IL – Rockford Metro Center – On Sale 12/19
January 26 – Grand Island, NE – Heartland Events Center – On Sale 12/12
January 27 – Cedar Rapids, IA – US Cellular Center – On Sale 12/19
January 29 – Evansville, IN – Roberts Stadium – On sale 12/12
January 30 – Ft. Wayne, IN – Allen War Memorial Coliseum – On sale 12/12
February 1 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena – On Sale 12/12
February 2 – Huntington, WV – Big Sandy Superstore Arena – On Sale 12/12
February 14 – Portland, ME – Cumberland Civic Center – On Sale 12/12