RX Bandits are hitting the road this spring for a US trek that’ll hit both the West Coast and East Coast.
Twelve-year-olds everywhere are in tears with the news that frontman Danny Worsnop has quit Asking Alexandria. Last night he announced his departure from the band, presumably so he can focus on his other project We Are Harlot.
It’s been cooking in the oven for a while and now it’s ready to be served. Marriages have announced details for their forthcoming full-length debut album that will follow-up their 2012 EP Kitsune — it’s called Salome.
Comeback Kid, No Bragging Rights, The Greenery, and Life For A Life are teaming up for a West Coast run in March.
The Color Morale are going to headline the Hold On Pain Ends Tour this spring with Slaves, Vanna, and Favorite Weapon.
Many, many moons have passed since we’ve talked about Corelia. Remember those guys from a few years ago when they released their Nostalgia EP? We knew they had been working on new stuff, then they slipped under the radar for a bit.
Kinda like how Bad Brains sing about positive mental attitude — it’s like that but a “Revolutionary Mental Attitude.” Orange County’s Stick To Your Guns are prepping to release their highly anticipated new album Disobedient, and their new song features a guest appearance by H2O’s Toby Morse.
Lots of stuff is happening with the Defeater camp. After a wild 2014 where vocalist Derek Archambault had to deal with a hip injury, the band is back in full swing and they’ve inked a deal with Epitaph Records.
Code Orange and Harm’s Way are hitting the road together in March with Eternal Sleep.
It’s been a few months since we’ve heard from O’Brother. If you remember, last fall they did a really cool tour supporting Minus The Bear on their 10 year anniversary trek of They Make Beer Commercials Like This. And a few months before that they did a fun stint with Royal Thunder....(Read More)
Mastodon and Clutch are going on a North American co-headlining tour this spring with Graveyard as support.
Holy moley — this one is nuts. Circa Survive are going on a huge US tour this spring with Balance and Composure and CHON.
Norma Jean will headline the Fuel The Passion Tour this March with For The Fallen Dreams, Sirens and Sailors, and Silent Planet as support.
Oathbreaker and Hundredth will be joining Cancer Bats and While She Sleeps on their upcoming UK/European tour in April.
Letlive and Stolas will be hitting the road together this spring. If you remember, Jeff Sahyoun and Jason Aalon Butler of Letlive helped with some additional recording/production on the Stolas’ latest album Allomaternal.