It’s hard not to get the feels when listening to Touche Amore’s latest album Stage Four. It deals with the death of frontman Jeremy Bolm’s mother, who passed away from cancer in 2014.
You ready for the debut album from Crystal Fairy? It’s the new band with At The Drive-In/Mars Volta guitarist Omar Rodriguez Lopez, Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover of the Melvins, and Teri Gender Bender from Le Butcherettes.
That Stolas album we’ve been talking about? It’s been given an official release date. Mark your calendars.
Just in time for Inauguration Day. United Nations, the project spearheaded by Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly, are back on the radar. This time with a new single, supposedly featuring Glassjaw’s Daryl Palumbo.
With a new Stolas album coming this spring, the band will be hitting the road for a US tour in support of it. They’ll be out with Mylets and Icarus the Owl.
Punk rock kids rejoice. There’s a new band on the block — and with familiar faces too. Members of Protest The Hero have started a new project called Mystery Weekend. Think pop punk, skate punk and a can of Surge.
Gojira are embarking on a UK/European tour this spring. They’ll be bringing Code Orange and Car Bomb for the ride.
Oathbreaker will be back in the States in March. They’ll be hitting the road for a trek with King Woman, Khemmis, and Sannhet on select dates, plus Jaye Jayle on all shows.
August Burns Red are taking their Messengers 10th anniversary tour overseas this summer. They’ll be playing the 2007 album in its entirety on the UK/European trek.
We had a feeling this was coming. The rumors turned out to be true — From First to Last have reunited with former vocalist Sonny Moore aka Skrillex. And yeah man… there’s a new song.
We’ve been waiting a long time for this one. New Jersey’s finest instrumental rock band Vasudeva are putting out their new album in March. It’s called No Clearance. Y’all prepare yourselves.
That’s a long album title! Nonetheless we’re stoked to hear it. Junius are back with their first new record in three years. And it’s coming in March.
Side projects are rad. Like this one from Converge frontman Jacob Bannon. It’s called Wear Your Wounds and it’s the product of years of lo-fi solo recordings. Wait ’til you see the guest appearances on the record.
You ready for the new AFI album? The band are ready to release their self-titled effort, also known as The Blood Album. It’s their 10th studio record and first new music in four years.
Betcha didn’t see this one coming. If you’ve been wondering what’s going on with Minus The Bear lately, look no further. The band are set to release their sixth studio album called Voids.