The Gaslight Anthem
Had Green Day grown up worshipping Born to Run instead of London Calling, they probably would've wound up sounding a lot like The Gaslight Anthem. Filtering punk moxie (think Social Distortion, The Replacements, Uncle Tupelo) through Springsteen-approved bar rock makes total sense, considering the band grew up not more than an hour from The Boss' stomping grounds in iconic Asbury Park. After cutting their teeth in various punk groups in and around New Brunswick, Brian Fallon, Alex Rosamilia, Alex Levine and Benny Horowitz came together in 2005. The Gaslight Anthem's high-energy, leave-it-all-on-the-table live show made a splash instantly, as did Fallon's salt-of-the-earth croon and working-man poetics. In addition to incessant touring, the band has hit the studio as often as their schedule has allowed, which is quite a lot. Between 2007 and 2010 they released three full-lengths, one EP and six singles. Though the U.K. has been quicker to turn the group into bona fide pop stars, Mr. Bruce Springsteen himself joined them onstage in 2009 for a rendition of their tune "The '59 Sound." Not bad for a bunch of punks from Jersey.
The Gaslight Anthem Concert Films
Live At House Of Blues Boston 2014
The Gaslight Anthem
Runtime: 1 hr 38 minThe Gaslight Anthem performs live at The House of Blues, Boston in 2014. The show features a performance of their hit "Get Hurt” and songs, “45” and “Blue Jeans.
The Gaslight Anthem Top Tracks
Taking Back Sunday
Runtime: 1 hr 13 minOver 90 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage including live performances, studio outtakes, videos, and bonus material from recording and touring around the 2006 release "Louder Now."
Live at Metro Theatre
Runtime: 1 hr 8 minThe California-based quartet, who've also been busy of late making high-profile main stage appearances at the Coachella, Reading & Leeds and Bamboozle festivals, have followed the New Pantheon Award-nominated Vheissu's radical metamorphosis with The Alchemy Index, a four-volume collection spread between two releases comprised of four EPs, each devoted to one of the classical elements in nature—fire, water, earth and air—with each EP sonically and thematically tailored to evoke the atmosphere inherent in its corresponding element. This fall marks the release of the first two volumes of the series—Fire & Water—while Earth & Air are scheduled for a spring debut. For Thrice, it's the realization of a year-long process of writing and recording, which was done primarily in the band's own studio and engineered by guitarist Teppei Teranishi, without the assistance of an outside producer.
Live at Capitol Milling
Runtime: 30 minPop-punk outfit The Ataris put on a spontaneous live set during the making of the video for the song “In This Diary” in 2003. That set is captured on Live At Capitol Milling, which also features behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot.