Rival Schools will enter the studio this weekend with producer J. Robbins (Coliseum, Clutch) to begin tracking new material.
Rival Schools have plans to enter the studio in the coming months to begin tracking new material.
The director’s cut version of Rival Schools’ “Eyes Wide Open” music video is streaming below.
Rival Schools guitarist Ian Love has quit the band.
“We regret to announce that our good friend Ian Love has decided to part ways with Rival Schools,” the band commented. “He is a tremendous talent who will be missed greatly and we wish him well in his future endeavors.”
“Meanwhile, the rest of us will be continuing Rival Schools a pace, gearing up for our October US tour which kicks off October 14th in Philadelphia at the First Unitarian Church. We’re looking forward to the new music we’re working on, new recordings and the next chapter for Rival Schools.”
The Associated Press is reporting that at least three people have been killed and more than 70 injured after a storm swept through eastern Belgium’s Pukkelpop festival today.
Heavy winds, rain, and hailstones nearly half an inch reportedly caused concert structures to buckle, including a stage collapse, during the three-day event, which started today with an estimated 60,000 concertgoers.
Acts such as Rise Against, Rival Schools, Skrillex, and Bring Me The Horizon were set to perform at the festival.
This has been the second deadly incident at an outdoor festival in the past week. Parts of a stage collapsed on Saturday at the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis, killing five people and injuring dozens when winds of up to 60 miles per hour hit the site.