And it’s coming out in April. The new album from From First To Last, a follow up to 2010’s Throne to the Wolves, is ready to be unleashed next month. And it’ll be the first record to feature Periphery’s Spencer Sotelo on vocals.
Is anyone really shocked by this? An interesting article was posted over at The Daily Beast today talking about how Unlocking The Truth is getting jerked around by Sony, and their $1.8 million record deal isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
The Fall of Troy will be heading overseas this summer for the Mad Enough Without The Gear Tour, hitting up UK, Germany, and Russia. In additional to some festival appearances, they’ll be playing Doppelganger in full at Hevy Festival.
Strawberry Girls (ex-Dance Gavin Dance) and 100 Onces will be doing a batch of SoCal shows in April.
Antemasque will be doing a bunch of California show in between their appearances at Coachella. They’ll be bringing along Le Butcherettes and Sister Crayon.
He Is Legend and Must Be The Holy Ghost are going out on a spring tour in April/May.
Deftones frontman Chino Moreno and the former members of Isis have been hashing out new ideas for the next Palms record. The band have been working on new material that’ll follow up their 2013 self-titled debut record, and from what we can tell, will sound just as dreamy.
Last year Robotic Empire put out a really cool Nirvana covers album that included a bunch of sweet bands covering songs off In Utero. Next month the label will be release yet another Nirvana tribute — a complete covers album of Nevermind. Oh man, wait til you see who’s on it.
Royal Thunder and Wild Throne will be touring together later this spring/summer with Halestorm and Rival Sons on select dates (6/5-6/14).
Cancer Bats will be going on a spring tour across Canada in May/June.
The Veil has risen, this time with a new vocalist and a new album. Veil of Maya are back for another round with their new record Matriarch, and it’ll be the first to feature their recent recruit Lukas Magyar on the mic. Oh yeah… and there’s clean vocals too.
Deafheaven made a bunch of noise with their 2013 album Sunbather, touring the world and making quite a name for themselves. Now they’re in the studio recording a follow up to the highly successful release.
Æges are going out on tour later this week that’ll run through the first week of April; they’ll also do some shows in late April.
The Dillinger Escape Plan will be doing a string of East Coast shows with Mutoid Man and Primitive Weapons in June.
Slowly but surely the highly anticipated album from Team Sleep is coming along. The recently reactivated band that features Deftones frontman Chino Moreno did an in-studio album/performance in Woodstock, NY last October where they invited fans to hang out and participate in the making of the record.