The Black Dahlia Murder are “Kings Of The Nightworld” and other news you might have missed todayOctober 4, 2017
The Black Dahlia Murder share another fresh track before the release of their new album Nightbringers, ROAM announce a batch of tour dates, and Pedro The Lion are back! Check out the news you might've missed today below.
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The Black Dahlia Murder claim the night
The Black Dahlia Murder bring the night on new track “Kings Of The Nightworld.” Check it out directly above! The tune is the latest jam previewed from the band's upcoming new album, Nightbringers, out this Friday, Oct. 6.
ROAM hit the road
U.K. pop-punk champions ROAM have announced another slew of tour dates for this December—see those below. The band's new album, Great Heights & Nosedives, is due out on Hopeless Records next week, Friday, Oct. 13.
ROAM tour dates:
12/08 – London, England @ Dome
12/09 – Newcastle, England @ Think Tank
12/10 – Glasgow, Scotland @ Stereo
12/11 – Manchester, England @ Deaf Institute
12/12 – Leeds, England @ Key Club
12/13 – Birmingham, England @ Mama Roux's
12/14 – Cardiff, Wales @ Clwb Ifor Bach
Pedro The Lion return
Singer-songwriter David Bazan is ressurrecting his Pedro The Lion moniker and plotting a full-band return this fall. Check out his retrospective interview with Noisey and see the first new Pedro The Lion tour dates below.
Pedro The Lion tour dates:
12/16 – Portland, OR @Mississippi Studios
12/17 – Portland, OR @Mississippi Studios
12/21 – Seattle, WA @ Tractor Tavern
12/22 – Seattle, WA @ Tractor Tavern
August Burns Red speak the truth
August Burns Red let off the fresh cut “Hero Of The Half Truth” from their new record Phantom Anthem, which is also out this Friday, Oct. 6.
Kali Masi play their instrument(s)
Kali Masi are streaming their whole new album Wind Instrument via the Riot Fest site—hear it in full here. Read an exclusive interview with the band at the link and check out the group's latest single, “Powerline Days,” above.
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Voids enter the void
Metalcore quartet Voids drop their new single “Invidia”—hear it right here! The band's debut album No Character: No Crown is out Oct. 13.
Chase Atlantic are okay
Australian alt-pop trio Chase Atlantic's debut, self-titled album is out now! Hear their new song “Okay” directly above.
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