Suicide Silence has released a live video of their performance featuring Lamb of God frontman, Randy Blythe. They just released it this past Friday, March 7. You can check out the video, More »
On March 7, The Summer Set covered Fall Out Boy‘s song “Chicago is So Two Years Ago” on their Legendary Unplugged tour. They were playing at Beat Kitchen in Chicago, so all More »
It’s been a long day. It’s been the longest of fucking days. Maybe you are in a band, but working part time as a bartender and you are tired of drunk men More »
Recently Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria announced that he would be launching a label with his friend and co-manager, Kyle Borman. The label is called KBB Records and is based in Arizona. More »
Fall Out Boy have premiered the music video for “Rat A Tat.” The track, featuring Courtney Love, is the ninth of the “Young Blood Chronicles,” a series of music videos for each More »
On March 7, The Summer Set covered Fall Out Boy‘s song “Chicago is So Two Years Ago” on their Legendary Unplugged tour. They were playing at Beat Kitchen in Chicago, so all of the fans who showed up for the performance were lucky enough to hear the cover live for themselves! But don’t fret; you can check out a video of the performance below, after the jump.
The band’s latest album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, was released last fall. You can purchase a CD here.
You can buy concert tickets here for The Gospel Tour this summer with Walk The Moon, Magic Man, and Young Bloodhawke.
Happy Friday Infectious readers! This might sound crazy to obsessed music fans like us but studies have shown that there are happy, healthy people in the world who do not enjoy music!
NPR discusses the strange but true topic here. The article explains that studies have shown that some people are indifferent and lack the ability to gain pleasure from music, although they can receive pleasure from other things in life, such as money and sex.
After you read the article, be sure to test your music sensitivity with a short quiz here. Results below 40 indicate a low sensitivity to music, while socres above 60 indicate a high sensiitivty to music. Personally, my highest bracket was in music seeking with a score of 71. Comment below with your scores!
Now onto our pictures of the week…If you missed last weeks edition you can catch up on those pictures here: WEEK #23.
The following photos after the jump were posted between March 1-March 7, 2014 and are shown with their original captions. To make it easy for you, we have linked each picture to the user’s account. Be sure to follow each of them so you don’t miss anything!
Until next week…
InVogue Records have sighed another band, Until We Are Ghosts, a Melodic Hardcore band from Rochester, NY. The band consists of five members Rob Anders vocals, James Blankenberg guitar, Jordan Blankenberg drums, Kevin Dickes bass, and Kyle Hapeman guitar. Fans of Hundredth or Counterparts would really like this band. You can give them a listen here.
Until We Are Ghosts is set to release their new album Bitterseed on May 27. You can check out a track off of their upcoming album titled “Wearing Thin” below after the jump. The band is not currently on tour.
Until recently, Mayday Parade was traveling around Europe on their Monsters Overseas Tour. While on the tour, they were supported by the bands Man Overboard, Decade and Divided By Friday. Now that they’ve finished up with their tour dates, they’re releasing videos about their experience. They posted a their first video about the tour here, and you can watch the second one below, after the jump.
Mayday Parade will have more shows in the US starting in April, kicking off their So Devastating, It’s Unnatural Tour with We Are The In Crowd, Transit and Divided By Friday along as support. To see them live, you can buy concert tickets here.
In the meantime, be sure to purchase a CD of theirs here to show your support (and to get yourself some snazzy tunes)!
The Wonder Years are now off and running on their Greatest Generation World Tour. They’ve begun with the North American segment of the tour, kicking it off in Clifton Park, N.Y. this past Wednesday night. While they’re in the states, they’ll be supported by the bands Fireworks, Citizen, Real Friends and Modern Baseball. Then, in Europe, they’ll be playing with For A Loss of Words and State Champs. You can check out one of their set lists from the tour below, after the jump.
To get in on the action and catch this tour yourself, you can buy concert tickets here.
And make sure to purchase a CD from The Wonder Years here and from other your favorite bands as well!
Are you a fan of the Arctic Monkeys? What about The Dead Weather? Well if you answered “yes” to either one of those questions, you need to check out Maudlin Strangers. Maudlin Strangers are a Los Angeles based band, led by Jake Hays who happens to be the son of the legendary lead singer of The Runaways, Cherie Currie.
As promised, FuseTV’s Warped Roadies has announced the next batch of bands for this year’s festival, and it’s a pretty big announcement! No more of this 4 or 5 bands at a time stuff, oh no. This announcement held a whopping twelve bands. Among those to join the likes of Anberlin, Less Than Jake, and Mayday Parade will be The Summer Set, Dangerkids, Dayshell, For All Those Sleeping, Get Scared, Pvris, Wax,Watsky, DJ Nicola Bear, One OK Rock, Pacific Dub, and Heart to Heart. Did your favorite band make the cut? Check out the full list of bands so far below.