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20 black musicians throwing down in hardcore and metalcore

As protests against police brutality rage on in the United States and across the world, we’re turning to music as a way to understand our emotions. The anger and sadness that comes with looking directly at how police and society as a whole have been treating the black community is something to embrace and channel […]

Emmure confirm new lineup

After all members of the band Emmure other than lead vocalist Frankie Palmeri quit, Palmeri promised that Emmure would still continue on. Read more: Frankie Palmeri releases statement: “This is not the end of Emmure” Now, the band has confirmed their new lineup via Facebook. Palmeri will be joined by Phil Lockett on bass, Josh Travis […]

The Acacia Strain announce tour with Counterparts, Glass Cloud, more

If you're looking for an intense show this fall/winter, the tour for you has just been announced. The Acacia Strain have unveiled a North American outing to take place this November and December with a heavy undercard that's sure to fill each room with the utmost energy. Counterparts, Glass Cloud, Fit For An Autopsy and […]

Whitechapel announce Our Endless War Tour with Upon A Burning Body, Glass Cloud

Whitechapel will headline the Our Endless War Tour this fall with Upon A Burning Body and Glass Cloud. The 26-date trek will kick off on October 10 in Louisville, KY and run through until the middle of November, where the bands will wrap things up on November 14 in Norfolk, VA. Tickets and further information will be […]

Glass Cloud drummer, bassist part ways with band

Glass Cloud members Travis Sykes (bass) and Chad Hasty (drums) have amicably parted ways with the rest of the band. The two will take the time away from Glass Cloud to focus on a new project. The announcement comes as the band are gearing up to head out on their U.S. co-headlining tour with Scale The Summit, which […]

Glass Cloud, Scale The Summit announce co-headlining tour

Glass Cloud and Scale The Summit will unite for a co-headlining North American tour this summer. Support will come from Erra, Reflections and Monuments. The tour kicks off July 15 in Springfield, Virginia and goes through August 21 in Houston, Texas. You can check out the full list of tour dates and locations below. Tickets are […]

Illuminate Me, “Apples To Whoranges” (ft. Jerry Roush of Glass Cloud) video premiere

Florida metalcore group Illuminate Me have signed to Tragic Hero records and have plans to release their debut album, I Have Become The Corpse. For now, the band are teaming up with AP to bring you the premiere of their new music video for the song “Apples To Whoranges,” which features vocals from Jerry Roush […]

The 15 best screamers in modern metalcore

Screamed vocals really are an art and can be just as important to a song as their clean counterparts. In the metalcore genre especially it can be tough for one screamer to truly stand out in a sea of similar-sounding vocalists. But some manage to do exactly that, establishing their own unique brand of screaming […]

letlive., Architects announce U.S. co-headlining tour

Architects and letlive. have announced a co-headlining U.S. tour this spring. The tour will feature support from Glass Cloud and I The Mighty. Tickets go on sale February 21 at 12 p.m. PST. You can check out the full list of tour dates and locations bellow. Sam Carter of Architects states: “We can't wait to get […]

Talking Guitar with Josh Travis of Glass Cloud

AP Tour veteran Josh Travis of Glass Cloud gives us a run-down of his signature nine-string Legator guitar.

APTV Presents: "Glass Cloud-isms"

Glass Cloud explain some of their inside jokes and funny tour stories, including “Caw!,” Whistle-lisp, late-night encounters with “the Hills Have Eyes crowd” and more.

Listen along to AP #305 featuring Andy Biersack, Touché Amoré, FIR+ETF and more

Our December, 2013 issue: AP 305, features our in-depth story: “The Making Of Andy Biersack, The Force Behind Black Veil Brides” with exclusive accounts and photos from the frontman's upbringing from the people who know him best. The issue also features the first interview with Falling In Reverse's Ronnie Radke and Escape The Fate's Craig Mabbitt, announcing the end […]

Glass Cloud - Perfect War Forever EP

Glass Cloud Perfect War Forever EP Upon reflection, maybe tech-metalcore unit Glass Cloud should only release mini-LPs. That statement doesn’t come from any kind of quality control commentary, as you’d be hard-pressed to find any kind of filler on the band’s 2012’s debut full-length, The Royal Thousand. Rather, the Virginia-based quartet are positively exhausting to […]

Track By Track: Glass Cloud, 'Perfect War Forever'

When we put out The Royal Thousand, I did a track-by-track for AP. Throughout the past year, I've had a lot of people at shows come up and ask me about that article. So, as reluctant as I was to do it (not everything you write is easy to talk about), I'm glad I did. […]

Song Premiere: Glass Cloud, "How To Survive Suicide"

Glass Cloud's new EP Perfect War Forever forces listeners to go deeper, think harder and reflect more within its five punishingly heavy tracks, an inner turmoil realized musically by bassist and songwriter Travis Sykes, who gives us the full story behind “How To Survive Suicide” and the new EP.  Check out the third track, “How To Survive Suicide,” and […]

14 neck tattoos and the musicians daring enough to get them

When it comes to tattoos, the norm is to get a pretty little tramp stamp under your shirt or to put a tiny anchor on your ankle, just small enough to sneak past mommy and daddy. But here at AltPress, your tattoo should be as loud as the music that you listen to. Although it […]

Glass Cloud announce Perfect War Forever EP and song premiere

Glass Cloud announce their new EP Perfect War Forever to be released on October 22. A new song, “Trapped Like Rats” is streaming on their website. The five-song EP is noted to be the band’s “most intense work to date,” featuring their first ever 9-string recorded material. 1. Trapped Like Rats 
 2. I Dug A Grave […]

"All's Well That Ends Well:" the Chariot break up, announce farewell tour

The Chariot have posted a video titled “All's Well That Ends Well”  in which they announce the end of the band and a farewell tour.  The farewell tour is set to span October 10 through November 16. Additional acts playing the farewell tour include Glass Cloud, Rebuker, Birds In Row and To The Wind. Watch the […]

Glass Cloud post clip from upcoming EP

Glass Cloud frontman Jerry Roush posted a sound clip on Instagram off the band's upcoming EP, which has yet to be named. Their last album, The Royal Thousand, was released in July 2012 via Equal Vision Records. Check out the status and video below: “If we can get the page to 60k “likes“… Ill post up […]

The Amity Affliction drummer in surgery due to Warped Tour injury

The Amity Affliction's drummer Ryan Burt was injured during their Portland, Oregon set on Warped Tour a few days ago. He was hit in the eye with a piece of his drumstick and is being replaced by Chad Hasty from Glass Cloud. The band are expected to return to the tour in Pomona today. The […]
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