It’s always nice to get a little something extra when you buy band merch. Whether it’s a thank you message or a discount for future use, More »
Avenged Sevenfold’s Hail To The King, released by Warner Bros. Records, reached number 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and also went number 1 in the UK. Global video entertainment More »
Stand-up comedian, host of the Doug Loves Movies podcast, and star of Super High Me Doug Benson has been added to the lineup for Paramore’s PARAHOY! cruise. View a video of his More »
Mayday Parade has released the final video update from their Glamour Kills Tour, which wrapped up last week. Watch it below. The band will begin gearing up for a world tour in January, More »
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It’s always nice to get a little something extra when you buy band merch. Whether it’s a thank you message or a discount for future use, it keeps fans happy. All Time Low are offering a special deal to fans who shop at their store. Fans who order items from All Time Low’s store will get free Keep A Breast bracelets. This offer is limited to while supplies last. Check out a tweet from the band after the jump.
— All Time Low (@AllTimeLow) December 9, 2013
Check out the full online photo gallery from Fear Factory’s Boston, MA date on Dec 1st 2013 after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here
All photos by: Kristopher Lincoln
The Venetia Fair has announced the release of their new cover EP, The Venetia Fair…Basically Just Does Karaoke, to be released on December 24. Rooted the success of their Kickstarter for Every Sick Disgusting Though We’ve Got In Our Brain, 6 donors got to choose a song for the band to cover—and thus the new cover EP was born.
We The Kings have released a new single called “Art Of War” from their upcoming album. Somewhere Somehow, will be released on Dec. 16. You can purchase a CD here and stream the new song after the jump.
You can buy concert tickets here for any future tour dates.
TANG has been circling the radar for roughly the last thirteen years or so, thus adding them to the list of underground French rock bands who have made their name known in the good ol’ U.S. of A. Unfortunately with their latest album, Dynamite Drug Diamond, no new path was paved in innovation. As I moved through the album I got this strange feeling that the whole thing revolved around this formula of “cool” intro, harsh vocals, and some sort of interlude that didn’t quite fit somewhere in the middle of each track. When working with a band that has multiple vocalists, sometimes the overall sound of the group gets lost in trying to combine all of their elements into a unified track. As I listened to Dynamite Drug Diamond, it all felt a bit forced and stitched together, most notably on the opening track “In Loving Memories.” There was a slight disconnect between the vocals and the instrumentals that carried on throughout almost every other song on this album. And since the majority of these songs are somewhere between four to six minutes long, I just got the feeling that this indie-noise-rock group was trying too hard.
Rick Burch, bassist for Jimmy Eat World, has announced that he will be opening a microdistillery. Dubbed CaskWerks Distilling Co. and likely operating out of Tempe, Arizona, a skip from Jimmy Eat World’s hometown Mesa, the distillery will be a collaborative project between Burch and longtime friends John Miller and Jeff Barlow. The trio aims “bring a fresh, local perspective to a very old and established industry,” and, according to Burch, will put a fresh twist on classics with handcrafted concoctions like “beautiful apple pie liqueur, crisp, citrus-forward Gin, and velvety-soft American Wheat Whiskey.” Check out a video of Burch and Miller introducing the new venture below, and find more information about the microdistillery on their website.
As for Burch’s day job, Jimmy Eat World’s latest album, Damage, is available now. Purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.
Poughkeepsie punks We Are The In Crowd have just announced that they will be heading to the United Kingdom for a headlining tour in early 2014. Check out tour dates below.
The 2014 Grammy Award nominations have been announced and indie darling Lorde is up for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, and Best Pop Vocal Album. The “Royals” singer, who released her debut Pure Heroine earlier this year, currently holds the title of being the youngest artist in the U.S. to reach number one Billboard Hot 100 chart in 26 years. In good company amongst other nominees such as Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, and Neil Young, Lorde surely must be feeling like pop royalty now. The Grammys will air live at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 26 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS. View the entire list in full here and partially below.
Purchase a CD and buy concert tickets for Lorde here.
You can also buy concert tickets or purchase a CD here.
Citizen has released a music video for their song, “How Does It Feel?.” This track is off their newest album, ‘Youth,‘ which was released early this summer. You can purchase this album here.
Citizen is a pop punk band that formed in 2009. The band consists of Mat Kerekes on vocals, Nick Hamm on guitar, Ryland Oehlers on guitar, and Eric Hamm on bass. They have made a lot of progress in the short years they’ve been together.
Check out the music video for “How Does It Feel?” after the jump.
Check out the video after the jump.
Stand-up comedian, host of the Doug Loves Movies podcast, and star of Super High Me Doug Benson has been added to the lineup for Paramore’s PARAHOY! cruise. View a video of his stand-up below. Benson, who just guest starred on AMC’s Talking Dead alongside Paramore’s fire-haired frontwoman Hayley Williams, joins other cruise performers Tegan And Sara, New Found Glory, Shiny Toy Guns, mewithoutYou, Bad Rabbits, and Reuben Wu of Ladytron. PARAHOY! departs from Miami for Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas on March 7. Find out more information and get tickets here.
Purchase a CD and buy concert tickets for Paramore here.
Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams took to her Tumblr to respond to some inappropriate comments made by gossip sites and fans that her and bandmate Taylor York appeared “coupley” at the Q102 Jingle Ball in Philadelphia a few days ago. See Hayley’s thoughts below.
In other news, the band will be playing a run of radio-sponsered holiday shows across the U.S. for the rest of December before hitting Australia and New Zealand in the new year. Their latest and self-titled album is available now. Purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.
Mayday Parade has released the final video update from their Glamour Kills Tour, which wrapped up last week. Watch it below.
The band will begin gearing up for a world tour in January, playing shows across Europe, Australia, and Asia. Their latest record and fourth studio album, Monsters in the Closet, is available now. Purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.
Fall Out Boy has released a series of live videos from their show at London’s Islington Academy last month. Check out performances of “Young Volcanoes,” “Save Rock and Roll,” “Light Em Up,” “Alone Together,” and “Phoenix” below.
The band is playing at a string of holiday events across North America before hitting the road internationally in the new year. Purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.
The cool thing about attending a show at the beginning of a tour and a show at the end of the same tour is seeing the differences. The feelings of nervousness mixed with an excitement for the unknown fill the air at an opening show. And by the end of the tour, regardless of how much time they have spent on the road, the band members are exuding infinite amounts of confidence.
I was lucky enough to attend the opening show of the 2013 Glamour Kills Tour in Jacksonville, as well as the second to last show in Orlando. The biggest difference between the two shows was the absence of Man Overboard in Orlando. The New Jersey rockers had to drop out of the tour early to head to Australia for Warped Tour. With the tour being down one band, a lot of questions arose. Questions like “Would another band take their place?” and “Would the setlists for the three remaining bands be longer?”