Marmozets keep beefing up their US tour dates for this spring. They’ll now be going out with Wild Throne for a short stint.
Oh Henry, you are much tastier than a peanut/caramel/fudge candy bar. Mylets, the one man band of mastermind Henry Kohen, is ready to release his forthcoming debut record Arizona; and from what we’ve heard, it’s guaranteed to satisfy.
Right around the corner is the release of CHON’s full-length debut record Grow. Also around the corner is a massive US tour supporting Circa Survive with Balance and Composure. Cant wait until then?
Meshuggah have lined up a trio of California shows in April.
We’ve been talking about this Touche Amore/Self Defense Family split for a while now. It’s called Self Love and is a collaborative release where 15 musicians worked together as one band and recorded it. Pretty nifty right?
The Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato has been pretty busy as of late. Not just with Dillinger and Killer Be Killed, but he’s also got a new project in the works called The Black Queen.
Boyfrndz will be supporting …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead on their upcoming 20 year anniversary tour.
The Word Alive and Chelsea Grin will team up for The Real Sick Tour with Like Moths to Flames and Sylar as support.
Move over Lucky Charms guy, we’ve got some new Irish blood in town. The highly anticipated album from Belfast’s And So I Watch You From Afar is coming out this spring, and trust us, it’s magically delicious.
Frameworks and Prawn are teaming up for a co-headlining tour in April/May with Whirr, Free Throw, & Xerxes on select dates.
Ever daydream about seeing The Dear Hunter play their Act albums in their entirety? Because this spring that’s exactly what’s going to happen. The band will be taking the road to play two Act records in their entirety — Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading and Act...(Read More)
Pianos Become The Teeth are headlining a North American tour this spring with Loma Prieta and Gates as support.
Dance Gavin Dance will headline The Instant Gratification Tour with Polyphia, Hail The Sun, and Stolas as support.
Dustin Kensrue of Thrice, Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra, and O’Brother’s Tanner Merritt will embark on a tour this spring where they’ll be performing solo.
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s Faith No More. As you know the band is getting prepared to release their first album since 1997 this spring — it’s called Sol Invictus. And the second single from it just made its way onto the web.