Stolas are headlining the Allomaternal Tour this summer with Artifex Pereo and Eidola as support.
Too bad we don’t live in London, and too bad we’re too broke to go there. But on June 18th we’ll be there in spirit for when Three Trapped Tigers take over Electrowerkz. The band will be hitting the stage to showcase new material from their upcoming album, and we’re...(Read More)
You know we’ve been all about Æges — especially their latest album Above & Down Below. What an awesome jam that was! Well, here’s some good news to start the week: the band have officially entered the studio to begin tracking their third studio album!
As Cities Burn will commemorate the 10-year anniversary of their 2005 debut album Son, I Loved You at Your Darkest with a US tour this summer. The trek will hit mostly the West Coast along with stops in the Southwest.
ERRA, Polyphia, Invent, Animate, and The Afterimage are going on tour late this summer.
Every Time I Die will headline the Common Vision Tour this summer with Real Friends, Counterparts, Gnarwolves, Brigades, and Gatherers.
Black Map (Dredg, Far) are heading to Germany later next week for a couple festival appearances and a few dates with Circa Survive.
The lineup and dates for this year’s Summer Slaughter Tour have been released. This year’s lineup will feature Arch Enemy, Born of Osiris, Veil of Maya, The Acacia Strain, Obscura, After The Burial, Cattle Decapitation, Beyond Creation, and more to be announced.
That’s like more than half way! The Fall of Troy have been going at it writing material for what will become their fifth studio album, their first new record since 2009’s In the Unlikely Event.
Stick To Your Guns will be doing a trio of shows this summer in Southern California where they’ll be playing three separate albums in their entirety.
Gojira will be staying pretty busy this summer, touring all over Europe on a trek that kicks off later this week and runs through August.
VIS have announced a batch of shows over the next few weeks, performing a trio of dates with The Body Rampant.
The new KEN mode songs keep coming! Next month the band will be releasing their their forthcoming Steve Albini-produced album Success, and they’ll be hitting the road with Fight Amp for a run of dates.
You know who else made their return back to the stage is From Autumn to Ashes. They’ve been on hiatus since 2008 and played their first couple reunion shows this past weekend.
United Nations, Frameworks, and The Banner will be joining Modern Life Is War on the Northeastern leg of their Witness 10-year anniversary shows.