Watch a new video from Stone Sour—plus, don’t miss Andrew W.K.‘s new video. Check out the news you might have missed today below!
- Stone Sour share an in-studio video for “Mercy”
The band is currently on the road supporting Ozzy Osbourne on his “No More Tours 2” headlining run. The cross-country trek will run through Oct. 13. You can see the full list of cities and dates here.
2. The Story So Far announce in-store performances
To celebrate the release of their fourth studio album, Proper Dose, the Story So Far has announced a few in-store performances. To attend any of the performances, all you have to do is pre-order the band’s album. You can do so by going here.
The shows are at a first come-first serve basis, so you’ll want to be sure you get to the record shops early! Check out the full list of dates below!
09/17 – Long Beach, CA @ Fingerprints
09/18 – Hollywood, CA @ Amoeba Records
09/19 – Berkeley, CA @ Amoeba Records
3. Andrew W.K. release new video “You’re Not Alone”
Back in March, Andrew W.K. released his first album in more than a decade, and today, he dropped a music video for the title track of the album, You’re Not Alone. You can purchase your copy of it here.
Andrew W.K. is currently on his second U.S. tour behind You’re Not Alone. You can purchase your tickets, and check out the full list of cities and dates, by going here.
4. Stand Atlantic sign to Hopeless, drop new music video
Stand Atlantic have officially signed to Hopeless Records, and to celebrate, the band dropped a music video for their track “Lavender Bones.”
The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming album, Skinny Dipping, out Oct. 26. You can pre-order your copy of it here.
5. Escape The Fate drop powerful new video for “I Am Human”
Additionally, Escape The Fate will be hitting the road on a co-headlining run with Slaves, with support from Famous Last Words, Picturesque, Set To Stun. To check out the full list of cities and dates, and to purchase your tickets, you can go here.
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