Forever The Sickest Kids announced two more shows and other news you might have missed todayFebruary 10, 2017
What could be better than it being Friday? How about the fact a bunch of bands like Forever The Sickest Kids and It Lives, It Breathes announced tour dates! Check out all the news you may have missed below.
FTSK announced two more shows.
In addition to playing So What! Music Festival March 25, FTSK have announced that they have two more Texas shows lined up for March: A secret show on March 24 and one at White Oak Music Hall March 26. Stay tuned to their site for more info.
It Lives, It Breathes touring this March.
It Lives, It Breathes will embark on a co-headline tour this March with Avion Roe and gP. The tour kicks off March 8 in Brooklyn and runs through the end of the month. Check out the dates below.
3/8/2017 Brooklyn NY Gold Sounds
3/9/2017 Pittsburgh PA The Smiling Moose*
3/10/2017 Kent OH Outpost
3/11/2017 Detroit MI The Ritz
3/12/2017 Elgin IL Smooth Fox
3/14/2017 Colorado Springs CO Black Sheep
3/16/2017 Denver CO Moon Room
3/17/2017 Casper WY Black Gold Grille
3/18/2017 Salt Lake City UT Loading Dock
3/19/2017 Boise ID Mardi Gras
3/20/2017 Seattle WA El Corazon
3/22/2017 Anaheim CA Chain Reaction
3/23/2017 Scottsdale AZ Pub Rock
3/24/2017 El Paso TX Lowbrow Palace
3/25/2017 Dallas TX So What?!
3/26/2017 Tulsa OK The Vanguard
*Avion Roe and gP Only
Pure Noise Records raises over $12,000 for the ACLU.
Pure Noise put up tons of test pressings on Ebay and fans came out to drive the bids up—some sold for over $500!
The auctions raised $7,406.14 and the label added another $5,000 to make the grand total going to the ACLU $12,406.14. The ACLU is a non-profit organization that defends the rights of the Constitution and the laws in the United States.
Johnossi release new song, “Tall Dark Man.”
The new track is taken from the Stockholm-based rock duo's forthcoming album Blood Jungle, which will be released on February 17th through Polydor.
The song follows the release of latest single “Hands,” which addresses the subject of police brutality from both the victim and perpetrator’s perspective, as well as lead single “Air Is Free” and “Weak Spots.”
Brendon Urie presenting at the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony this Sunday.
— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) February 9, 2017
Besides being nominated for Best Rock Album, Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie will be announcing winners before the Grammys at the Premiere Ceremony. It will air from 12:30-3:30 PT and be streamed live internationally here. Winners in over 70 categories will be announced at the ceremony.
Enterprise Earth releasing a new album, Embodiment.
The Washington deathcore band announced their newest album, Embodiment will be out April 14 on Stay Sick Recordings. The band has also put out a new song titled “Mortem Incarnatum” listen to it below. You can preorder the album here. They'll also be hitting the road from March 21 through April 28.
1. Shroud of Flesh
2. Mortem Incarnatum
4. Never Forgive, Never Forget
5. The Draconian Oculus
7. Black Earth
8. Embrace the Ashes
9. Empty Sockets
10. Deflesh to Unveil
11. Father of Abortion
Lights debuts “Warrior” lyric video.
Lights loaned her vocals to pop/dance music producer and DJ Steve James' song “Warrior” and the duo recently put out the desert-themed lyric vid. Check it out below.
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