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Dance Gavin Dance announce SWANFEST 2022 with Movements, Knocked Loose, more
Dance Gavin Dance announce SWANFEST 2022 with Movements, Knocked Loose, more
Dance Gavin Dance have announced the lineup for SWANFEST, a one-day festival headlined and curated by the band. The festival will take place April 23 at Heart Health Park in the band's hometown of Sacramento, California. Read more: Tilian Pearson reveals how taking psychedelics informed ‘Factory Reset’ Joining Dance Gavin Dance are Animals As Leaders, Knocked Loose, Movements, Anthony Green, Veil
24 metal and metalcore bands who changed vocalists and then switched back
24 metal and metalcore bands who changed vocalists and then switched back
Being in a band ain’t easy. You’ve got many creative personalities in a massive tug of war. Oh yeah, then you have to live with each other and those decisions on the road for months on end. Lineup changes aren’t uncommon, though a vocalist switch-up has the possibility to be the most debilitating. Some bands h...
20 black musicians throwing down in hardcore and metalcore
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 to push toward a better world.  ...
Hear a heavy teaser for Volumes’ new media analyzing track “Pixelate”
Hear a heavy teaser for Volumes’ new media analyzing track “Pixelate”
Volumes were set to hit the road providing support for the Vengeance tour with co-headliners Attila and Xavier Wulf and while the outing has been postponed, the band are offering up a teaser for some new music. The band are teasing a new song called "Pixelate" discussing our media consumption as a society as part of Fearless Records' massive Fearless At Home livestream event.
Here are the 10 djent bands who gave the genre its start
Here are the 10 djent bands who gave the genre its start
Djent is a relatively new genre built by many incredible bands. While it’s become a standard part of metal now, it wouldn’t be as common without a handful of acts who pushed it to the mainstream. Sure, the earliest djent bands cite Meshuggah as inspiration for its formation, but without Volumes, Periphery, SikTh and others, it wouldn’t have made its way to becoming one of the most talked about sub
Coronavirus: Concerts, tours, festivals and more cancellation tracker
Coronavirus: Concerts, tours, festivals and more cancellation tracker
The coronavirus is having a massive impact on the entertainment industry, and as the pandemic continues to grow, more events are either canceling or postponing. With every industry from music, film, sports and more being affected by the spread of the virus, we're keeping track of which events are being called off...
Volumes talk hip-hop and metal’s intersection on Vengeance tour
Volumes talk hip-hop and metal’s intersection on Vengeance tour
Volumes reintroduced original co-vocalist Micheal Barr back into the fold with the release of their most recent single “holywater” to the delight of longtime fans. The band are planning to drop a new full-length at some point in 2020, but before then, Barr will be hitting the road with Volumes for the first time since his departure in 2015.  Barr’s...
Born Of Osiris cancel tour after Volumes drop off to focus on mental health
Born Of Osiris cancel tour after Volumes drop off to focus on mental health
Born Of Osiris were set to embark on a European tour with Volumes and Oceans Ate Alaska soon but they're canceling the dates after both support acts dropped out. The band posted a lengthy message on their social media accounts saying they understand and respect the decisions, highlighting Volumes' need to focus on themselves right now. Read More: Machine Gun... Read More ...
Volumes vocalist says he was fired from the band “for personal bullshit”
Volumes vocalist says he was fired from the band “for personal bullshit”
Metalcore band Volumes have now parted ways with their vocalist Gus Farias. The band have yet to share a statement on the departure but Farias posted a video on his Instagram claiming he "did not quit." Read More: Andrew McMahon reacts to Target allegedly ripping off lyrics for pillow “I just want to make it clear that I did not quit. I lo...
Volumes’ Gus Farias says he’s checking into rehab: “I’ve OD’d 4 times”
Volumes’ Gus Farias says he’s checking into rehab: “I’ve OD’d 4 times”
As the music industry mourns the loss of Lil Peep amongst many other heartbreaking losses this year, Volumes' Gus Farias has taken to Twitter to address his own personal demons, stating he will be checking himself into rehab. Read more: Lil Peep brought something truly unique to the scene Fans and artists were devastated after The New York Times reported that a spokesman for the Tucson Police Depa

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