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Bayside 20th anniversary tour to include Senses Fail, more as support
Bayside 20th anniversary tour to include Senses Fail, more as support
Bayside is celebrating their 20th anniversary with the 20 Years of Bad Luck tour and they're bringing along scene faves such as Senses Fail and more. The band dropped their latest album Interrobang in October. Read more: Billie Eilish is first woman to win all four major Grammys in one night Singer Anthony Raneri says the album was going to happen whether people liked it or not. ...
Slipknot expand on “Nero Forte” video with eerie short film ‘Pollution’
Slipknot expand on “Nero Forte” video with eerie short film ‘Pollution’
Slipknot have shared their new short film Pollution that extends and centers around the "Nero Forte" music video. Both videos share some of the same technicolor hues and mood as the music video. M Shawn Crahan, better known as Clown, directed the short film and shares his curiosity about existence and reality. Sli...
Between The Buried And Me playing two sets on upcoming tour
Between The Buried And Me playing two sets on upcoming tour
Prog metal masters Between The Buried And Me have announced a 20th-anniversary tour today (January 13) and they'll be performing two separate sets each night. Their first set will consist of songs from across their entire career while the second sees the band performing The Great Misdirect in its entirety. Read More: The 19... Read More ...
The 1975 delay ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ release date a month out
The 1975 delay ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ release date a month out
The 1975 are pushing back the date of their fourth album Notes On A Conditional Form. The original release day was Feb. 21, it is now in April. The band are set to debut a new song next week titled “Me & You Together Song” taken off the new LP Read more: 10 metal bands who drastically changed their sound successfully Singer Matty Healy and the 1975 both took to Instagram to announce “Me &
Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard add more support to summer stadium tour
Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard add more support to summer stadium tour
The upcoming Mötley Crüe co-headlining tour with Def Leppard already has an insanely stacked lineup but they're offering fans even more music with another opening act. On top of Poison and Joan Jett, the tour is also now including Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts.  Read More: Sleep On It add Bearings, Bet... Read More ...

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