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Here’s why the All-American Rejects’ return feels just like 2005
Here’s why the All-American Rejects’ return feels just like 2005
The All-American Rejects have found themselves in a similar spot to where they were 15 years ago, minus the “camera phones” and hotel bed bugs.  As guitarist Nickolas Wheeler reflects on the group’s monumental Move Along era, he says it came during a “dark time” after the 2004 election. And as the group prep a return wi...
Dan Sugarman rediscovered his love for sharing music with Ice Nine Kills
Dan Sugarman rediscovered his love for sharing music with Ice Nine Kills
Ice Nine Kills guitarist Dan Sugarman is revealing his solo album, , after completing it over three years ago. The guitarist put together what he calls a "living album" on Patreon throughout 2016, but after shelving the record due to his mother's passing, he's finally unveiling it to the world. Read more: H... Read More ...
You can watch ‘The Dirt’ along with Mötley Crüe and the actors from home
You can watch ‘The Dirt’ along with Mötley Crüe and the actors from home
Mötley Crüe still haven't quite called off their co-headlining return tour with Def Leppard but while we wait to hear about the tour's status, the band are providing a fun way to connect with their fans. The band, as well as the actors who portrayed them in Netflix's biopic The Dirt, are hosting a livestream watch party of the film. Read More: This is how... Read More ...
Iconic venue the Troubadour says it needs help surviving gig cancelations
Iconic venue the Troubadour says it needs help surviving gig cancelations
Legendary Los Angeles music venue the Troubadour is revealing they are financially struggling due to shutdowns caused by the coronavirus and are now opening a GoFundMe. The venue's operators spoke to the Los Angeles Times and they're saying they “can’t foresee being able to ride this out.” Read More: This is... Read More ...
Bandsintown is spotlighting trending touring artists with live music charts
Bandsintown is spotlighting trending touring artists with live music charts
Concert discovery site Bandsintown are launching a new Live Music Charts function to their repertoire. The new charts will be the first data-driven predictive charts showing current interest in the touring activity of artists. Read More: 'Joker' becomes new meme with iconic laugh being swapped for others' They'll be launching in ten U.S. cities...
Jimmy Eat World have released two new songs—listen
Jimmy Eat World have released two new songs—listen
Jimmy Eat World started their new tour in the best way possible—by releasing new music. As their tour begins today at Atlanta's Shaky Knees Festival, the band have issued two new songs, “Love Never” and “half heart,” both of which are available on a limited-edition, seven-inch single via mail order or at any of their tour dates. READ MORE: Backtracking: The story b... Read More ...
Parkway Drive announce fall North American tour
Parkway Drive announce fall North American tour
Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive have announced a run of North American tour dates this fall. Check out the dates below and don't forget to catch the group at a date near you!  Read more: Parkway Drive announce new album with “Vice Grip” single   Dates:  Oct 29 San Diego, CA @ House Of BLues Oct 30 Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues Oct 31 Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades Nov 1 Portland, OR @ Hawth
Title Fight announce fall tour dates
Title Fight announce fall tour dates
Title Fight have announced a brief run of fall tour dates before their festival performances. Check out the full list of dates below! Read more: Title Fight show you how they made the artwork for their new album, ‘Hyperview’   Fall 2015 Tour Dates:  10/22 - Columbus, OH @ Strongwater 10/23 - Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room 10/25 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Pyramid Scheme 10/26 - DeKalb, IL @ House Café 10/27
“You can only take take your band so far on your own”—Ice Nine Kills praise their crew
“You can only take take your band so far on your own”—Ice Nine Kills praise their crew
Ice Nine Kills return with part two of their “Who We Are” video series, during which they talk about how awesome (and grueling) Warped Tour was last summer. Plus, they introduce you to and praise their crew. “You can only take so far on your own,” says bassist Justin Morrow. “You need a good manag ...

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