All Time Low announce additional 'So Wrong, It's Right' show and other news you might have missed

All Time Low add an additional So Wrong, It's Right 10th anniversary show, Hot Water Music premiere a new song, and King 810 announce some fall tour dates! Check out some of the news you might have missed today below.

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All Time Low add anniversary show

All Time Low announce an additional show in celebration of the 10th anniversary of So Wrong, It's Right! A second night—Dec. 20—has been added to the previously announced Dec. 19 gig at New Jersey's Starland Ballroom.

Hot Water Music make things complicated

Hot Water Music premiere their new song “Complicated” over at BrooklynVegan today! The band's new album Light It Up—the first full-length Hot Water Music release since 2012's Exister—is due out on Sept. 15 from Rise Records.

King 810 hit the road

King 810 are going on tour! Peep the band's upcoming tour dates down below, and you can check out a video trailer for the upcoming shows right here. Tickets for all the King 810 dates go on sale this Friday, Aug. 25, at 10 a.m. local time.

King 810 tour dates:
10/11 – Rochester, NY @ Photo City *
10/12 – Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
10/13 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Loft
10/14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
10/15 – Erie, PA @ Basement Transmissions
10/25 – Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
10/26 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
10/27 – Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street
10/28 – Austin, TX @ Texas Revolution Fest
10/29 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall Upstairs
11/01 – Valparaiso, IN @ Big Shots Music Venue
* with 36 Crazyfists

Emarosa, reimagined

As previously reported by AP, Emarosa are going on tour this fall, the reported last juant behind their 131 album. Now, the group let loose a “reimagined” version of 131 track “Helpless” (listen to it above) along with the release of a special EP, 131 Reimagined, which is out on Sept. 15 from Hopeless Records.

Czech out King Krule

English wunderkind King Krule drops the Frank Lebon-directed music video for “Czeck One”—check it out directly above! The track will be available on a limited edition 7” single coming out on Sept. 13—pre-order that rare wax here.

Hodera head north

New Jersey indie-rockers Hodera premiere their new song “North Dakota” today over at Gold Flake Paint. The song will be a part of the band's new album, First Things First, out this October—pre-order the upcoming record here.

ROAM take off

[Photo by: Bradley Allen]
British pop-punkers ROAM are heading out on a slew of European dates later on this year. See the band's complete itinerary down below. Don't miss out!

ROAM tour dates:
11/15 – Madrid, Spain @ El Sol
11/16 – Barcelona, Span @ Sidecar
11/21 – Cologne, Germany @ MTC
11/22 – Hamburg, Germany @ Headcrash
11/23 – Berlin, Germany @ Musik & Frieden
11/24 – Warsaw, Poland @ Hydrozagadka
11/25 – Poznan, Poland @ Minoga
11/26 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Rock Cafe
11/28 – Bratislava, Slovakia @ Fuga
11/29 – Budapest, Hungary @ Durer Kert
11/30 – Vienna, Austria @ Arena
12/01 – Rome, Italy @ Traffic Club
12/02 – Milan, Italy @ Legend Club
12/03 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Werk 21
12/05 – Antwerp, Belgium @ JH Kavka
12/06 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg

Backtrack break loose in the world

Long Island, New York-based hardcore kingpins Backtrack back it up with a new track called “Bad To My World.” The tight tune will soon be available on a new, 2-song flexi single from Bridge Nine Records—pre-order the thing right here.

Knocked Loose do some dates

Warped Tour champs Knocked Loose are also heading out on the road this fall for a handful of fresh tour dates. Check out the cities and dates directly below.

Knocked Loose tour dates:
09/23 – Reading, PA @ Reverb (Tsunami Fest)
09/24 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
09/26 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
10/21 – Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose

Bearings are back!

Take a listen to recent Pure Noise Records signees Bearings' “Petrichor” over at Punktastic. Be on the lookout for the band's brand new EP Nothing Here Is Permanent (or just pre-order it here)—the release drops on Sept. 8.

Speedy Ortiz play soccer indoors

Massachusetts rockers (and safe show standard-bearers) Speedy Ortiz get live on a cut called “Indoor Soccer (Live At Shea Stadium).” It's from the new Exploding In Sound: Live At Shea Stadium compilation out Oct. 6. (via Billboard)

Small Circle get cyclical

Small Circle, the new band from singer Marissa D'Elia and members of Sorority Noise, drop new song “Mornings” over at Stereogum. The track will be included on their debut full-length, Cyclical, out Sept. 8—pre-order it here.

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