New Found Glory have tripped some fans up with a cryptic post on their Twitter, and Third Eye Blind announced a tour celebrating their debut album. Here's the news you might have missed today, Jan. 18.

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Third Eye Blind announced a twentieth anniversary tour in celebration of their self-titled debut album.

On the Summer Gods Tour, The band will play the album in full at each show, and Silversun Pickups will support. Tickets go on sale Jan. 26 here.

Third Eye Blind released their debut in April 1997, which featured the singles, “Semi-Charmed Life” and “Jumper.”

Here's Third Eye Blind frontman performing “Jumper” with Mayday Parade and the Maine at this year's APMAs:

Summer Gods Tour dates:

6/9 miami, fl | bayfront park amphitheater 
6/10 clearwater, fl | coachman park
6/11 jacksonvile, fl | tbd
6/13 new orleans, la | bold sphere music at champions square
6/15 nashville, tn | ascent amphitheater
6/16 charlotte, nc | charlotte metro credit union
6/17 raleigh, nc | red hat amphitheater
6/18 baltimore, md | tbd
6/21 boston, ma | blue hills bank pavilion
6/23 holmdel, nj | pnc bank arts center
6/24 wantagh, ny | nikon at jones beach theater
6/25 philadelphia, pa | festival pier at penn’s landing
6/28 toronto, on | td echo beach
6/29 darien center, ny | darien lake performing arts center
6/30 syracuse, ny | lakeview amphitheater 
7/1 saratoga springs, ny | saratoga performing arts center
7/2 wallingford, ct | toyota presents oakdale
7/6 chicago, il | huntington bank pavilion at northerly island
7/7 detroit, mi | dte energy music theatre
7/8 cleveland, oh | jacobs pavilion at nautica
7/9 indianapolis, in | farm bureau insurance lawn at white river state park
7/11 st. louis, mo | hollywood casino amphitheater 
7/12 rogers, ar | walmart amp
7/14 houston, tx | cynthia woods mitchell pavilion presented by huntsman
7/15 dallas, tx | starplex pavilion
7/16 lake tahoe, nv | harvey's
7/18 phoenix, az | comerica theatre
7/20 los angeles, ca | greek theatre
7/21 san diego, ca | cal coat credit union open air theatre 
7/22 las vegas, nv | the joint at hard rock 
7/23 berkeley, ca | greek theatre

Audioslave are offering their first performance in 12 years at the Anti-Inaugural Ball.

The Anti-Ball is scheduled for Inauguration Day—this Friday, Jan. 20.

According to Consequence Of Sound, the band said in their statement:

“The Anti-Inaugural Ball is a celebration of resistance. Resistance to racism. Resistance to sexism. Resistance to homophobia. Resistance to bullying. Resistance to environmental devastation. Resistance to fascism. Resistance to Donald Trump. We are staring down the barrel of a dystopian nightmare unless we act NOW, unless we fight back NOW. We intend to create ‘No Trump Zones’ across the country; in our homes, our schools, our places of work, and our concert stages. Bad Presidents make for great music. Join us as we get loud and stand together to defend our rights, our country, and our planet.”

New Found Glory posted the following cryptic note on their Twitter today:

The band are heading out on their twentieth anniversary tour this year, during which they are playing their classic albums in full.

The tweet has since been deleted…only adding to the mystery. What do you think New Found Glory are up to?

Fronted by A Skylit Drive vocalist Michael Labelle, Horcrux released a new single and video called “Home.”

“‘Home’ is a song about losing hope and faith in the passion, person, something you put so much work into. The things you want to escape will always find a way back to you because it’s been a part of you for so long. But in the end, there’s no feeling like home and that’s what makes you strive until the end,” Labelle says.

Minnow, comprised of former Touché Amoré drummer Alex Onate and the Autumns guitarist Madison Megna, premiered the track, “Dead End Host.”

The band's upcoming EP, Exploded View Of Home, is out March 10. Grab “Dead End Host” here.


1.) Old Empathy

2.) Waves Goodbye

3.) Dead End Host

4.) Flowers In The Rain

5.) Not All There

6.) A Special Place In Hell

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