Performing on Jimmy Kimmel last night just wasn’t enough. So Faith No More made their way down Santa Monica Blvd to play a secret show at the Troubadour.
If you’re an Every Time I Die fan, you know Glassjaw and ETID go way back. As you may know, GJ frontman Daryl Palumbo made a guest appearance on the band’s 2005 album Gutter Phenomenon, performing on the track “Champing at the Bit.”
Cancer Bats will be doing lots of touring overseas over the coming months. Later this month the band will be heading to Australia for a run of dates, and in January they’ll be touring the UK. They’ll be out supporting their latest album, Searching for Zero.
After a six year run, I The Breather have called it quits. The band, which formed in 2009 and was a part of the Sumerian Records roster, released three studio albums and made appearances on Warped Tour and Mayhem Fest.
Time to get rowdy with new music from Kowloon Walled City. The San Fran sludgy/noise rock band will be putting out their third studio album Grievances this fall, which serves as a follow up to their 2013 record Container Ships.
Pretty excited about this new Coheed and Cambria album. Titled The Color Before The Sun, the record will be the band’s first non-conceptual release, a departure from The Amory Wars.
September is a big month. Especially since we’re getting a new record from Battles. The band is on course to releasing their forthcoming album, La Di Da Di, and it’ll serve as a follow up to 2011’s Glass Drop.
Failure will be hitting the road this fall with HUM, And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, Torche, and Local H on select dates.
In a couple days The Dear Hunter will be releasing their new album, Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise. It follows up their 2013 album Migrant, and is a continuation of 2009’s Act III: Life and Death.
August Burns Red, Every Time I Die, Stick To Your Guns, Polyphia, and Wage War are going to be touring together this fall.
About a month ago All Human played their first show back in a while, performing tunes off their upcoming record Teenagers, You Don’t Have to Die. The band that features members of Fear Before and Trophy Scars are inching closer to releasing their new 17-track effort, and today they released another new track from it.
If you wore yourself out listening to One Of Us Is The Killer on repeat, you’ll be pretty excited to know that a new Dillinger album is in the works. The band have started writing material for their next record, a follow-up to their 2013 effort, and it looks like...(Read More)
These dudes were outstanding when I saw them play at Bonnerhaus a couple months back. You know how sometimes you see a band and wonder why you never got into them sooner? That’s Pretend.
But don’t get too excited just yet. Indeed, Protest The Hero will be reuniting with their original lineup for a 10-year anniversary tour of their 2005 debut album Kezia, but so far there aren’t any US dates.
What a whirlwind of events it’s been for Baroness the past three years: the near-fatal bus crash, a lineup adjustment, and then recovering from everything. But even in the face of adversity, somehow they’ve managed to persevere and keep things together. Now they’re back with a new album called Purple....(Read More)