This is exciting. The mighty ÆGES recently wrapped up the final touches on their third studio album. It’s called Weightless and is expected out sometime this summer.
Sad news. Kylesa announced that they’ve gone on an indefinite hiatus.
Since we’ve been talking about supergroups, we’ve got to mention that Gone is Gone took the stage for the first time last night.
Here’s a surprise. Chino Moreno from Deftones has started a new project with members of Bad Brains and Medeski Martin & Wood.
Intronaut are going on tour with Entheos and Moon Tooth this summer.
Architects will be embarking on The All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us North American Tour with Counterparts, Sworn In, and Make Them Suffer.
Things are about to get wild for Thrice. They’re on course to releasing To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere, their 8th studio album and first new record since returning from hiatus.
This tour rules. letlive will he hitting the road in support of their new album If I’m the Devil… (out June 10) with Seahaven, Silver Snakes, and Night Verses.
That new Periphery album that’s been cooking for a while, it’s coming this summer. Prepare yourself for Periphery III: Select Difficulty.
Supergroups are definitely a thing right now. One supergroup we’ve been talking about for a long time is Giraffe Tongue Orchestra, the band that’s spearheaded by Ben Weinman of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Brent Hinds of Mastodon, plus William DuVall of Alice in Chains.
Shit just got real. We knew The Fall of Troy were taking a DIY approach with their new record OK, but we had no idea they’d just give it away for free.
We mentioned last week the band Gone is Gone, the new supergroup with members of Queens of the Stone Age, At The Drive-In and Mastodon. And today you’re getting your first taste.
He Is Legend will be hitting the road with 10 Years and Spoken this summer for a run of dates in July.
If you’re a fan of The Fall of Troy, this is your week. The band will be putting out their first new material since 2009 — it’s called OK.
When you think about it, Beartooth’s debut album Disgusting has gone a long way. From doing DIY house shows to touring with Slipknot, the band has done a lot since forming in 2012 and putting out the record in 2014.