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Hear a new song from Camp Hope—plus, catch Stone Sour on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. Tiny Moving Parts announced their own beer—properly titled Swell!

The band teamed up with Dancing Gnome Beer for a “smooth and delicious” 5 percent pale ale, and it was actually featured in their “Applause” music video, which you can watch here!

2. Stone Sour have announced European tour dates.

The band will be headed back to Europe in June and July, and you can check out the full list of cities and dates below.

Dates:
06/05 – Tallinn, EST @ Pirita Convent Ruins
06/06 – Solvesborg, SWE @ Sweden Rock Festival
06/11 – Hannover, GER @ Swiss Life Hall
06/13 – Warsaw, POL @ Torwar Hall
06/14 – Nickelsdorf, AUT @ Nova Rock
06/17 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo
06/18 – London, UK @ Roundhouse
06/19 – Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
06/22 – Clisson, FRA @ Hellfest
06/23 – Lausanne, SWI @ Les Docks
06/25 – Budapest, HUN @ Barba Negra Track Open Air
06/28 – Panensky Tynec, CZE @ Aerodrome
07/02 – Utrecht, NET @ Tivoli
07/04 – Leipzig, GER @ Haus Auensee
07/11 – Lisboa, POR @ Coliseum
07/11-14 – Viveiro, SPA @ Resurrection Fest

3. Neck Deep shared some of the exclusive merch that’ll only be available at tomorrow’s pop-up shop in Sheffield.

Plus, they’re also teasing that they’ll have loads of merch for super cheap, and we just wish we could attend!

4. Metal Blade Records announced that they’ll be reissuing As I Lay Dying’s Frail Words Collapse and Shadows Are Security on vinyl.

They’ll be available Jan. 26 and are currently available for pre-order now.

5. Hotel Books’ Cam Smith shared the first song from his new project, Camp Hope.

Camp Hope’s debut album set to be released on Jan. 26.

6. The Racing Pulses released their DZ Records session.

“Don't Listen” is taken off the band's debut album Nothing To Write Home About, which was released May 2017.

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