If that’s not one of the best surprises ever… Portugal The Man made an unexpected appearance at last night’s Bear vs Shark show in Los Angeles. They played an array of songs that spanned their discography. Oh yeah… and we’ve got footage too.
Deftones are crossing the pond early next spring for a trek across Europe and the UK. They’ll be out supporting their latest album Gore.
It’s a big day for LA’s gargantuan prog metal band Mammoth. Their fifth studio album was released — it’s called Deviations. And you can stream it all right now in full.
Gloe, featuring Visitors frontman Ian Cooperstein, will be hitting the road for a West Coast tour in November. They’ll be out supporting their 2015 debut EP, Vestige. And if we’re lucky, they’ll play some new jams they’ve been working on.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know Oathbreaker have been touring the world. They’ve been out supporting their new album Rheia, a follow up to the band’s 2013 record Eros Anteros.
We have a thing for covers, particularly renditions of songs from the 90s. Touche Amore must’ve heard us wishing upon a star — they decided to tackle Pearl Jam’s 1994 hit song “Corduroy.”
You never know what to expect from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, especially when it comes to their nominees. But this year they made a wise choice: Bad Brains. They’ve been nominated for the 2017 induction class.
Boy, this one is hectic! We’re right around the corner from the new Animals As Leaders album. It’s called The Madness of Many and it’s their fourth full-length record. Another new song is streaming right now.
August Burns Red will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of their 2007 album Messengers on a North American tour in January/February with Protest The Hero, In Hearts Wake, and ’68.
Sleepwave (Underoath) will be supporting I Prevail on their Rebel Without a Claus Tour in November/December alongside Hotel Books and Bad Seed Rising.
Title Fight are headed out on an East Coast mini tour in early January with Give and Westpoint. They’ll be out supporting their 2015 album Hyperview.
How sick is this? The mighty Mutoid Man have entered the studio to record their next album, a follow-up to 2015’s Bleeder. Next year’s already lookin’ good for new music.
Thomas Giles aka Tommy Rogers of Between The Buried And Me has got quite a bit going on. Aside from keeping busy with BTBAM, his third solo album, Velcro Kid, is coming out in November. And he just released another new track from it.
Things have been pretty hush for Future Death for much of 2016. Aside from a North American tour this past February and some scattered shows, they’ve been keeping it under the radar. But that’s only because they’ve been busy recording with their new vocalist.
Can you believe it’s been a decade? Circa Survive will be celebrating the 10-year anniversary of their 2007 album On Letting Go early next year. They’ll be embarking on a massive US tour with mewithoutYou and Turnover as support.