Big announcements were made today by Nine Inch Nails and Gideon. Palisades also have a new video—plus we have new tours from Tim Kasher and Everyone Dies In Utah! Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. Palisades have put out a brand new video for “Let Down!”

On the heels of their strongest chart debut with their self-titled record, New Jersey's Palisades have premiered a new music video!

“Let Down” is currently in rotation on Sirius XM's Octane, and now a heavy-hitting video will will accompany the successful single.

The band will also be performing on April 2 at William Patterson University, where they will hos a benefit show for A Voice For The Innocent, which is a non-profit organization that provides support for victims of rape and sexual abuse.

Admission is free, but the event is a fundraiser and donations to the organization are highly encouraged. More information on the show can be found here.

Watch the energetic production for “Let Down” here! 

2. Nine Inch Nails have been tapped to headline this year's FYF Fest!

The Los Angeles music festival is heading into its 14th year, and this time around it's providing a well-rounded lineup.

Nine Inch Nails are scheduled to headline day three of the event, which will take place on July 21-23 in downtown Los Angeles’ Exposition Park.

Atticus Ross, Robin Finck, Alessandro Cortini and Ilan Rubin are set to perform as the remainder of the NIN live lineup.

Other notable performers from our scene include Iggy Pop, MGMT, Ty Segall, Sleep, and Cap'n Jazz. Tickets will be available on the festival website beginning March 24.

Big names such as Missy Elliot, Frank Ocean, A Tribe Called Quest, Flying Lotus and Run The Jewels are also lined up on the bill.

You can see Nine Inch Nails' cryptic announcement, as well as the full lineup below. 

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3. Everyone Dies In Utah have announced a tour with Divisions.

Everyone Dies in Utah displayed their versatility on the InVogue Records debut with the release of their self-titled album, and now they're taking their talents on tour.

Joined by Salt Lake City, Utah's Divisions (which is ironic), Everyone Dies In Utah will spend most of their two-week stint in their home state of Texas, but will also make a couple stops in New Mexico and one in California as well.

Frontman Danny Martinez says, “Everyone Dies in Utah is really excited to hit the road! We are doing a lot of touring this year and we can't wait to hang out with our fans! We have a couple of things up our sleeves for our live show and think our fans are really going to have fun!”

You can check out the tour stops below, which begin on April 24.

4. Gideon have announced a new album, tour and even released a new video!

The Alabama hardcore group has revealed that their new album Cold will be coming out on May 12 through Equal Vision Records.

Gideon has also made the tracklist available, revealing that features from Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta and Knocked Loose's Bryan Garris will also be made on the record.

Along with this unveiling came a new music video for the Cold opening track, “Champions,” which gives us our first listen to the album. Check it out below!

And if that wasn't enough for you, the band also announced a short run of East coast tour dates with Invent, Animate and Ghost Key. They are listed just under the new video.

Check out all the cool news from Gideon and let us know how psyched you are for their new LP!

1. – “Champions”
2. – “Cursed” (ft. Bryan Garris of Knocked Loose)
3. – “Machines”
4. – “Freedom” (ft. Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed)
5. – “The Game”
6. – “Cold”
7. – “Watch Me Sink”
8. – “Pulling Teeth”
9. – “Walk Alone”
10. – “Scapegoat”
11. – “Thick Or Thin”

Gideon dates w/ Invent, Animate & Ghost Key

05/19 Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome
05/20 Lakewood, OH – The Foundry
05/22 Liverpool, NY – Sharkey’s
05/23 Albany, NY – Fuze Box
05/24 Providence, RI – Firehouse 13
05/26 Richmond, VA – Canal Club
05/27 Fayetteville, NC – Drunk Horse
05/28 Birmingham, AL – Syndicate Lounge

5. And Tim Kasher has announced the second leg of his No Resolution tour.

Tim Kasher has revealed his East coast touring plans today, announcing a number of new shows in May and June in support of his new solo record, No Resolution.

Kasher, who's known for his work in Cursive and The Good Life, released his new album on March 3 via 15 Passenger—the the new label owned and operated by the members of Cursive (Kasher, bassist Matt Maginn, and guitarist/vocalist Ted Stevens).

The new dates begin on May 26th in St. Louis, MO and continue through June 11th in Iowa City, IA, and include a June 3rd show at the Knitting Factory in New York.

Below, you can also watch Kasher's music video for the track “An Answer For Everything.”

You can see the full list of Tim Kasher's upcoming shows below, in all of which he will be performing with a full backing band.

Tim Kasher upcoming tour dates:

MAR. 21          WINTERTHUR, DE                   KRAFTFELD

MAR. 22          LUZERN, CH                             SEDEL

MAR. 24          LONDON, UK                            THE SHACKLEWELL ARMS

MAR. 25          GUILDFORD, UK                      THE BOILEROOM

MAR. 26          NEWCASTLE, UK                     THINK TANK UNDERGROUND

MAR. 27          GLASGOW, UK                         KING TUT'S

MAR. 28          LEEDS, UK                                THE BRUDENELL

MAR. 29          LIVERPOOL, UK                       STUDIO 2

MAR. 30          CAMBRIDGE, UK                      THE PORTLAND ARMS

MAR. 31          BRIGHTON, UK                         HOPE & RUIN

APR. 1             NIJMEGEN, NL                         DOORNROOSJE

APR. 2             HAMBURG, DE                         STRANDGUT FISCHER

APR. 25           DENVER, CO                            LARIMER LOUNGE*

APR. 26           SALT LAKE CITY, UT               URBAN LOUNGE*

APR. 27           BOISE, ID                                  NEUROLUX*

APR. 28           SPOKANE, WA                         THE BARTLETT*

APR. 29           SEATTLE, WA                          BARBOZA*

APR. 30           PORTLAND, OR                       MISSISSIPPI STUDIOS*

MAY 1             REDDING, CA                           THE DIP*

MAY 2             SAN FRANCISCO, CA              THE CHAPEL*

MAY 3             LOS ANGELES, CA                  THE ECHO*

MAY 4             SAN DIEGO, CA                       CASBAH*

MAY 5             LAS VEGAS, NV                       THE BUNKHOUSE SALOON*

MAY 6             PHOENIX, AZ                            VALLEY BAR*

MAY 8             AUSTIN, TX                               BARRACUDA*

MAY 9             DALLAS, TX                              DOUBLE WIDE*

MAY 10           NORMAN, OK                           OPOLIS*

MAY 12           OMAHA, NE                              WAITING ROOM*

MAY 26           ST. LOUIS, MO                         BLUEBERRY HILL

MAY 27           NASHVILLE, TN                        HIGH WATT

MAY 28           ATLANTA, GA                           THE EARL

MAY 30           ASHEVILLE, NC                        MOTHLIGHT

MAY 31           WASHINGTON, DC                  DC9

JUN. 1             PHILADELPHIA, PA                 JOHNNY BRENDA'S

JUN. 2             BOSTON, MA                           BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL

JUN. 3             NEW YORK, NY                       KNITTING FACTORY

JUN. 5             BUFFALO, NY                          MOHAWK

JUN. 6             PITTSBURGH, PA                   BRILLOBOX

JUN. 7             DETROIT, MI                           EL CLUB

JUN. 8             CHICAGO, IL                           BEAT KITCHEN

JUN. 9             MILWAUKEE, WI                     CACTUS CLUB

JUN. 10           ST. PAUL, MN                         TURF CLUB

JUN. 11           IOWA CITY, IA                         THE MILL

* Allison Weiss supports

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6. Linkin Park have shared a stripped down version of their single “Heavy.”

Promoting their new album One More Light on Toronto, Canada's 102.1 The Edge, Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda performed a unique version of Linkin Park's new single “Heavy.”

With Shinoda on piano and Bennington on vocals, the duo gave an emotional performance of the song in way we haven't heard thus far.

Check out the performance below, and let us know what you think! Is it better than the original? 

One More Light is scheduled to be released May 19.

7. Emo Nite have announced their first Brick & Mortar store opening!

Introducing the latest update to their brand, Emo Nite will be opening their first store to promote their merchandise line and fashion collection!

Their first Brick and Mortar store will be opening out of their new Silverlake location on 604 N Hoover Street on March 25 at 11 a.m.

To celebrate the opening, they will be re-releasing a limited amount of their highly popular Graveboy Bomber Jacket, as well as 100 advanced “earlyboy” tickets that allow you to gain priority entry/skip the line to the upcoming April party at The Echo/Echoplex. Those tickets will be available in-store only while supplies last. 

Will you be hitting up the brand new store from Emo Nite on opening day?!

8. And Finally today, watch The Frights perform live on Last Call With Carson Daly!

It's always cool to see our scene spotlighted on national television, and this time it's no different, as The Frights performed on Last Call With Carson Daly last night!

You can see the performance below, which features the band playing their song “Kids,” as well as their title track from their 2016 album You Are Going To Hate This, out on Dangerbird Records.

The footage seen was taken from The Fright's 2017 Valentines Day show, which took place at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles.

The group has also announced a string of tour dates with Hunny, which can be viewed in full under the clip.

Check out The Fright's eccentric display of “You Are Going To Hate This” and “Kids” here!


The Frights tour dates:

4/09/17 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory When We Were Young Festival #

5/10/17 – Henderson, NV @ Eagle Aerie Hall %

5/12/17 – Reno, NV @ Holland Project %

5/13/17 –  Kuna, ID – Bernie Fisher Park %

5/16/17 – Seattle, WA @ The Fun House %

5/17/17 – The Cobalt @ Vancouver, BC %

5/18/17 – Analog Café @ Portland, OR %

5/19/17 – Domino Room @ Bend, OR %

5/20/17 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst Club (Atrium) %

5/21/17 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones 

# with Morrissey, The Descendents, Silversun Pickups, Taking Back Sunday and more

% – with Hunny