Here’s a band worth talking about. Big Walnuts Yonder — a group spearheaded by Nick Reinhart of Tera Melos and bassist/vocalist Mike Watt of Minutemen and The Stooges.
Mogwai will be touring all over the world this fall. They’ll be kicking it off with a European trek, followed by a tour of the US.
Taking Back Sunday will be hitting the road for a mega tour this summer with Every Time I Die, Modern Chemistry, and All Get Out.
Word on the street is that this is the year for a new Glassjaw album. It’ll be their first full-length record since 2002’s Worship and Tribute, and first new music since 2011’s Coloring Book EP.
Primus and Clutch will be hitting the road in July and August. They’ll be doing a full-on US tour.
A Lot Like Birds will be out this spring headlining The DIVISI Tour. It’ll be in support of their forthcoming album DIVISI, out May 5th.
Here’s one for your St. Patrick’s Day playlist. The new album from Stolas.
Scale The Summit may have revamped its lineup, but the band doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. Chris Letchford & co. are on course to releasing album #6, In A World Of Fear.
We’re all stoked for the new At The Drive-In album. It’s called in·ter a·li·a and it’s the band’s first record in 17 years.
Surprise! There’s a new Author & Punisher EP. Oh yeah and there’s a full-length album in the works too.
Speaking of Animals As Leaders, the guys just released a new music video for their song “Cognitive Contortions.”
Animals As Leaders will head out on The Madness of Many Tour in May with Veil of Maya and Alluvial.
With a new album in the works, Tool will be taking a break from the studio for a US tour this spring. And if we’re lucky, they might play a new song or two.
AFI will be on the road in the US this spring. They’ll be out supporting their self-titled effort, aka The Blood Album.
One of our favorite instrumental bands from LA is Barrows. Hands down. We’ve been following the group ever since their 2011 album Imprecari Island. And 2014’s Red Giant turned us into fanboys. Now they’re back with album #3.