March 18, 2008 06:00 ET Launches "Concert Attacking" and Concert Ticket, Pictures and Reviews Application on Facebook® Platform

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - March 18, 2008) -, the online community dedicated to connecting bands and their fans through their concert experiences, announced their "Concert Attack" application built on Facebook Platform, a platform that enables companies and developers to build applications for the Facebook website.

The "Concert Attack" application will allow Facebook community members to "attack" their friends with videos of over-exaggerated clichéd stage and fan moves and earn points for each "Concert Attack." The application also provides Facebook users with an easy way to browse concert pictures and reviews and to search for concert tickets.

Jason Cohen,'s founder, comments, "We wanted a fun app that we would use ourselves. Now I can Concert Attack my friends with an Emo Kid crying or go in for the kill and use the '80s metal falsetto scream. At the same time, I'm checking out pictures of a Jimmy Eat World concert I went to and picking up tickets for Foo Fighters at the Garden."

Facebook is a social utility that offers an efficient way for people to stay connected with their friends and the people around them. Facebook users communicate and share information through the social graph, the network of connections and relationships between people. With more than 65 million active users, Facebook is the sixth most trafficked website in the United States.

Facebook launched Facebook Platform, a development platform that enables companies and engineers to integrate with Facebook and gain access to millions of users. More than 50 percent of Facebook users return to the site each day, providing unparalleled distribution potential for applications and the opportunity to build a business that is highly relevant to people's lives.

You can view the Concert Attack Facebook Application at:

About is the only online community dedicated to bringing performing artists/bands and fans together through their concert experiences. Artist and fans can share their concert pictures, videos and reviews, use widgets to place their concert content throughout the web, create video tour journals and make new friends and fans through similar tastes in live music. The website provides a centralized archive of concert content organized by concert date, venue and artist, eliminating the need for music fans to search multiple websites and social network profiles to find concert pictures and reviews that they are interested in.

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