Fronzilla, Ben Bruce announce clothing collab and other news you might have might have missed today

April 10, 2017
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Hear new music from PWR BTTM and As Lions—plus catch For The Fallen Dreams and Tool on tour! Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. PWR BTTM released their new track “LOL,” taken from their forthcoming album, Pageant. Give it a listen below!

Pageant is set to drop May 12. It’s available for preorder here.

2. It looks like we have a Stay Sick and Serpent & Co. collab coming soon!

Fronzilla, founder of Stay Sick, and Ben Bruce, founder of Serpent & Co., each shared news that a collab is “coming,” and we couldn’t be more stoked.

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3. Tool have announced an additional show on their summer tour for May 25 at the Giant Center in Hershey, PA.

Tool announced their headlining tour last month, and you can check out the full list of cities and dates below.

Tour dates:
05/24 – Fairfax, VA @ Eaglebank Arena
05/27 – Bangor, ME @ Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
05/28 – Allston, MA @ Harvard Athletic Complex
05/30 – Rochester, NY @ Blue Cross Arena
05/31 – Hamilton, ON @ First Ontario Centre
06/02 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
06/04 – Randall’s Island Park, NY @ Governors Ball Music Festival
06/05 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Center
06/07 – Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theatre
06/08 – Rosemont, IL @ Allstate Arena
06/09 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
06/12 – Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome
06/13 – Edmonton, AB @ Rogers Place
06/15 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
06/17 – George, WA @ The Gorge Amphitheater
06/18 – Nampa, ID @ Idaho Center
06/21 – San Jose, CA @ SAP Center
06/23 – Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center

4. Stick To Your Guns have premiered a new music video for “The NeverEnding Story.” Check it out below!

The track is taken from their 2016 EP, Better Ash Than Dust.

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5. As Lions premiered an acoustic version of “World On Fire.” Give it a watch below!

The track, which appeared on Billboard, has been acoustically worked for the video, a different version than what features on the band’s debut album Selfish Age. Check out the video, along with their list of tour dates with Shinedown, below!

Tour dates:
April 1 Tucson, Ariz. @ Rialto Theater
April 3 San Diego @ House of Blues
April 4 San Diego @ House of Blues
April 5 Bakersfield, Calif. @ Bakersfield Fox Theater
April 7 Los Angeles @ The Belasco Theater
April 8 Fresno, Calif. @ Paul Paul Theater (Blazefest)
April 10 Medford, Ore. @ Medford Armory
April 11 Eureka, Calif. @ Eureka Municipal Auditorium
April 13 Sacramento, Calif. @ Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
April 14 Chico, Calif. @ Silver Dollar Fairgrounds
April 15 Reno, Nev. @ Grand Sierra Resort
April 17 Anaheim, Calif. @ House of Blues
April 19 Dallas @ Trees
April 20 Laredo, Texas @ Club Annex
April 21 Corpus Christi, Texas @ House of Rock
April 23 Austin @ Grizzly Hall
April 25 Monroe, La. @ Live Oaks Bar and Grill
April 26 Baton Rouge, La. @ The Varsity Theater
April 28 Mobile, Ala. @ Midnight Rodeo
April 29 Jacksonville, Fla. @ Metropolitan Park (Welcome to Rockville Festival)
May 2 Destin, Fla. @ Club LA
May 3 Birmingham, Ala. @ Saturn
May 5 Concord, N.C. @ Charlotte Motor Speedway (Carolina Rebellion)
May 8 New York @ The Gramercy Theatre
May 9 Reading, Penn. @ Reverb
May 10 Syracuse, N.Y. @ Lost Horizon
May 12 Columbia, Mo. @ Blue Note
May 13 Somerset, Wis. @ Somerset Amphitheater (Northern Invasion)
May 15 Lincoln, Neb. @ The Bourbon Theatre
May 17 Fort Wayne, Ind. @ The Rusty Spur
May 18 Louisville, Ky. @ Diamond Pub Concert Hall
May 19 Flint, Mich. @ The Machine Shop
May 21 Columbus, Ohio @ Mapfre Stadium (Rock on the Range Festival)
May 27 San Antonio @ AT&T Center (River City Rockfest)
May 28 Pryor, Okla. @ Pryor Creek (Rocklahoma)

6. Foo Fighters joining other artists across the community as part of 7-inches for Planned Parenthood, a curated series of 7-inch vinyl records and digital downloads to benefit Planned Parenthood.

Bon Iver, CHVRCHES (with film clip directed by Kristen Stewart), John Legend, Mary J Blige, Mitski, St. Vincent and Zach Galifianakis are among the other contributors. Presale information is coming soon, and Planned Parenthood will receive 100 percent of the proceeds.

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7. For The Fallen Dreams are touring the US for the first time since 2015. Check out the full list of cities and dates below!

Varials and Deadships will be joining them as support.

Tour dates:
5/9 Indianapolis, IN – Emerson Theater
5/10 Berwyn, IL – Wire
5/11 Iowa City, IA – Gabe's
5/12 Merriam, KS – Aftershock
5/13 Little Rock, AR – Vino's
5/14 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street Collective
5/15 Austin, TX – Grizzily Hall
5/16 Dallas, TX – Dirty 30
5/17 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
5/20 Fayetteville, NC – Drunk Horse
5/21 Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
5/22 Tampa, FL – Crowbar

8. Coheed and Cambria’s Claudio Sanchez released issue one of his comic series/space odyssey, The Amory Wars: Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, which follows the story arc from the band’s concept albums.

The 12-issue sci-fi series, released via Evil Ink Comics/Boom! Studios, is the third in a line of comics that follow the story arc from Coheed And Cambria’s concept albums.

The new series loosely follows the lyrics and tone of their massive selling 2005 album, Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness (Columbia), and elaborates on the graphic novel of the same name which was released as a companion piece to the album on it’s original release. The issue is available now here. Check out the band’s full list of tour dates below!

Tour dates:
April 11 – Seattle, WA – The Showbox (SOLD OUT)
April 13 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theater (SOLD OUT)
April 14 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
April 15 – Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Palladium
April 17 – Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
April 18 – San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park (SOLD OUT)
April 19 – Tempe, AZ – The Marquee
April 21 – Las Vegas, NV – Las Rageous Festival
April 22 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
April 23 – Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium
April 25 – Austin, TX – Stubbs BBQ
April 26 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues (SOLD OUT)
April 27 – Houston, TX – House of Blues (SOLD OUT)
April 29 – Jacksonville, FL – Welcome To Rockville
April 30 – St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live (SOLD OUT)
May 2 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle (SOLD OUT)
May 3 – Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
May 5 – New York, NY – Terminal 5 (SOLD OUT)
May 6 – Silver Springs, MD – Fillmore (SOLD OUT)
May 7 – Concord, NC – Carolina Rebellion
May 9 – Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
May 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Fillmore (SOLD OUT)
May 11 – Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre (SOLD OUT)
May 13 – Minneapolis, MN – First Ave (SOLD OUT)
May 15 – St Louis, MO – Pageant
May 16 – Kansas City, MO – Arrest Bank Theater at the Midland
May 17 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE Outdoors
May 19 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
May 20 – Columbus, OH – Rock on the Range (SOLD OUT)
May 22 – New York, NY – Terminal 5

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Written by Maggie Dickman