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Las Rageous Music Festival revealed their event dates—plus, don’t miss Cayucas on tour this spring. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

1. Vans teams up with Record Store Day to release Wax Trax! soundtrack

Record Store Day and Vans are partnering to release the soundtrack for Industrial Accident: The Story Of Wax Trax! Records. The album will feature unreleased songs by Wax Trax! artists and will be available at independent record stores across North America beginning on RSD, which falls on April 13. Vans will host a six-date U.S tour that includes a screening of the film, live Q&A and performances by Ministry and Cold Cave. Tickets will be available at partnering record stores which have yet to be announced. Check out the tracklisting below.

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Tracklisting:
01. My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult – “A Daisy Chain 4 Satan” (Acid and Flowers Mix)
02. Revolting Cocks – “Animal Nation”
03. The Young Gods – “Envoyé!”
04. Pankow – “Me And My Ding-Dong”
05. Ministry – “Tonight We Murder (Original Version)”
06. KMFDM – “Vogue (Apart Version)”
07. Front 242 – “Headhunter (Live NYC)”
08. Mussolini Headkick – “Your God Is Dead”
09. Laibach – “Leben-Tod”
10. Fini Tribe – “I Want More” **CD Only**
11. Mystery Track – Previously Unreleased **CD + Deluxe Only**
12. Mystery Track – Previously Unreleased **CD + Deluxe Only**
13. Mystery Track – Previously Unreleased **CD Only**
14. Chris Connelly – “Shipwreck”
15. Michael Wells/The Greater One – “Untitled” **CD Only**

2. Dead Girls Academy announce tour

After finishing a headlining tour in Europe, Dead Girls Academy have announced they’ll be joining John 5 as support on his spring tour which starts Feb. 26. The band released their debut album, Alchemy, last June, and it’s available for purchase here. They’ll also be hitting up a few music festivals this summer, including Welcome To Rockville. Tickets for the upcoming tour are available here. Check out where they’ll be headed below.

Dates:
02/26 – Mesa AZ @ Club Red
02/28 – Albuquerque NM @ Launchpad
03/01 – Lubbock @ Jake’s Backroom
03/02 – San Antonio, TX @ The Rock Box
03/03 – Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
03/05 – Austin, TX @ Come And Take It Live
03/06 – Dallas, TX @ Trees
03/07 – Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street
03/09 – Indianapolis, IN @ HI-FI Indy (SOLD OUT)
03/10 – Akron, OH @ The Empire Concert Club (SOLD OUT)
03/12 – Sellersville, PA @ Sellersville Theater
03/13 – New York, NY @ Iridium (SOLD OUT)
03/14 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
03/15 – Teaneck, NJ @ Debonair Music Hall
03/16 – Hampton, NH @ Wally’s Pub
03/17 – Lebanon, NH @ Lebanon Opera House
03/18 – New Bedford, MA @ Greasy Luck
03/20 – Québec, Canada @ L’ANTI
03/21 – Montreal, Canada @ Piranha Bar
03/22 – Ottawa, Canada @ The Brass Monkey
03/23 – Toronto, Canada @ Lees Place
03/24 – London, Canada @ Rum Runners
03/26 – Thunder Bay, Canada @ Crocks
03/27 – Winnipeg, Canada @ Pyramid Cabaret
03/28 – Regina, Canada @ The Exchange
03/29 – Calgary, Canada @ Dickens
03/30 – Edmonton, Canada @ The Starlit Room
03/31 – Vancouver, Canada @ Rickshaw Theatre
04/02 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
04/03 – Portland, OR @ Star Theater
04/04 – Redding, CA @ The Dip (SOLD OUT)
04/05 – Sacramento, CA @ Holy Diver (SOLD OUT)
04/06 – Hollywood, CA @ Whisky A Go-Go
04/07 – Anaheim, CA @ The Parish @ HOB
04/11 – Las Vegas, CA @ Count’s Vamp’d
04/14 – San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
05/04 – Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome To Rockville Festival
05/11 – Rockingham, NC @ Epicenter Festival
07/20 – Jackpot, NV @ Edgefest 2019

3. Flogging Molly’s Salty Dog Cruise announce more artists

Flogging Molly’s Salty Dog Cruise announced more artists for the fifth annual cruise. Joining the lineup are Pennywise, Frank Turner, Street Dogs, the Bronx, the Faction and more. The cruise will depart Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale Nov. 8 and will last four nights making stops in Key West, Florida and CocoCay, Bahamas. There will be nightly performances in the main hall and other parts of the ship. Tickets are available here.

4. Las Rageous Music Festival announces dates

The third annual Las Rageous Music Festival will be taking place Oct. 18-19. Last year, over 20,000 people attended the festival, featuring performances from Five Finger Death Punch, Underoath, Beartooth and more. You can enter a contest to win two VIP passes on their website.

5. Cayucas announce tour


Cayucas will embark on a tour this spring. The twin brothers will begin their travels in Phoenix, Arizona, and will finish in Las Vegas. They’ll be releasing their next full-length album, Real Life, April 19. The album includes previously released “Jessica WJ” and “Winter Of ’98.” Tickets are available now on the band’s website. Check out the dates below.

Dates:
04/21 – Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
04/24 – San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger
04/25 – Dallas, TX @ Legacy Hall
04/26 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk (Indoor)
04/29 – Kansas City, MO @ Record Bar
05/01 – Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge
05/04 – Las Vegas, NV @ Bunkhouse Saloon

6. Missyou release new music video

Missyou released a new music video for their fifth single, “Anything.” The track is taken off the band’s upcoming debut EP, YourBody. The song was inspired by a want for a world where people have more empathy and understanding for one another. “I wish for a world where willing to die for another is valued above being ‘cool,’ where passion is rewarded and not something to be ashamed of,” lead vocalist Blaise Beyhan says. “I hope for a time where we don’t have to hide who and what we love, and I hope for a culture where we celebrate differences amongst us all.” The new EP will drop March 22 and more information is available on their site.

6. Vanish release new video


Vanish dropped a video for new single “dontwaitforme.” The track is taken from the band’s upcoming Hopeless Records debut Familiar Faces, which drops March 15. The band announced their signing in December with the release of “Role Play.” Familiar Faces is available for preorder now.

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