Before signing off for the Fourth of July weekend, I have to mention that VIS have been in the studio recording new material. The band recently wrapped up a West Coast mini tour and went straight into recording mode to track some new tunes.
In a couple weeks the new live album from Team Sleep will be coming out. Titled Woodstock Sessions Vol. 4, the project that features Deftones frontman Chino Moreno will be releasing the album they recorded last October where fans participated in its making.
As Cities Burn are getting ready to go on tour — a 10th anniversary tour for their 2005 debut album Son, I Loved You at Your Darkest with Emery, Listener, and Foreign Sons.
Last week we premiered a new song from All Human and people were super into it. As they should be. This week the band that features members of Fear Before and Trophy Scars is back with another new song from their upcoming record.
Stray From The Path will be doing a few East Coast record release shows in August for their new album Subliminal Criminals, out August 14th through Sumerian Records.
Wow this is wild. The new album from No Machine that got released yesterday is rowdy and rough around the edges — just the way it should be.
Cult Of Luna have rescheduled their tour that was postponed in May, and will now be hitting the States in early September. Kylesa and INAeona will be joining their Eastern US dates; Minsk and SubRosa will be on West Coast dates.
No Devotion, the band that features former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickley (United Nations) with ex-members of Lostprophets, will be releasing their debut album this fall.
Caspian and Circle Takes The Square will be touring North American together this fall.
This is good news. No really. No Machine, the band that features NK members Billy Rymer (who also plays in The Dillinger Escape Plan) and Michael Sadis, have a new album coming out TOMORROW.
Speaking of Scale The Summit, the band’s highly anticipated fifth studio album, appropriately titled V, will see its release later this summer. It’ll serve as a follow-up to their 2013 album The Migration.
This is pretty rad. Scale The Summit guitarist Chris Letchford has a new electronic project called Islnds. And he’s tapped former TesseracT vocalist Ashe O’Hara and Joseph Secchiaroli from The Reign of Kindo to guest on the material.
Immediately following their trek with The Fall of Troy, And So I Watch You From Afar will be headlining a tour with Mylets and Blis.
Xerxes will be doing a mini tour across the Midwest in July, where they’ll be joining Modern Life Is War, The Bronx, and Coliseum on select dates. After the tour the band will be back to work on a new album, their third studio effort.
It had to happen eventually. The Fall of Troy will be embarking on a 10th anniversary tour for Doppelgänger, in which they’ll be playing their 2005 album in its entirely. In addition to playing Doppelgänger front to back, the band will be performing a second set of favorite songs, rarities, and new material.