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Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Former members of Issues, Woe, Is Me, Secrets and Nightmares are joining together to shape a new band called the Villa from the ashes of their past musical venture, WildHeart. Following WildHeart’s disbandment a little over a year after they formed, vocalist Michael Bohn (Issues, Woe, Is Me) along with guitarists Kevin Hanson (Woe, Is Me) and Turner Wood (Nightmares) brought bassist Michael Owens
Here’s what Woe, Is Me have planned for the anniversary of ‘Number[s]’
Here’s what Woe, Is Me have planned for the anniversary of ‘Number[s]’
Woe, Is Me are asking fans to share their memories of the band for their ten-year anniversary of Number for some special nostalgic content coming soon. The band say they're creating new merch and other things and are requesting fans follow their Instagram account and tag them in their posts. Read More: Y... Read More ...
The best acoustic renditions of heavy songs if you’re tired of breakdowns
The best acoustic renditions of heavy songs if you’re tired of breakdowns
We love to keep it heavy with face-melting solos and excruciating screams. But sometimes it’s important to unplug the amps and let the emotions pour out from the soul—even if you’re too “metal” for that.   Featuring Slipknot and Bring Me The Horizon, here are 10 acoustic renditions of heavy songs you need to check out.  Read more: Slipknot fans think they ... Read More ...
Cover Their Tracks: AP Editors Set Odds On Ironic Pop Song Covers For Warped Tour
Cover Their Tracks: AP Editors Set Odds On Ironic Pop Song Covers For Warped Tour
Every year on Warped Tour, a band or two (or 50) will incorporate a cover of the latest pop-radio sensation into their set. It just works in that environment. Many people attend the festival to discover new music, and when you find yourself front row for a band you’ve never listened to before, even if you despise the pop tune they’re covering, it brings familiarity and spawns interaction—even if i
Woe, Is Me part ways with drummer and founding member, Austin Thornton
Woe, Is Me part ways with drummer and founding member, Austin Thornton
Woe, Is Me have announced that they have parted ways with their drummer. Read a statement from the band below in which they explain the circumstances of no longer continuing with founding member Austin Thornton: "After much deliberation, conversation, we have come to an agreement,  and we are announcing that we are parting ways with our drummer,  Austin Thornton. Due to ...
Threads On The Side: Musicians talk their clothing lines
The variables of today's music industry are not limited to touring, album sales and recording. Add clothing lines to the other opportunities some musicians develop outside of their time onstage and in the studio. Clothing lines such as Anthem Made, Vursa Limited and Aspire & Create are on the rise with band members at the forefront of design and management of these growing companies. From t
Woe, Is Me post new tour video
Woe, Is Me post new tour video
Woe, Is Me are currently on tour with Of Mice & Men,Texas In July, Volumes and Capture The Crown. Fans can check out the band's latest video update below. Tickets are on sale now. The remaining dates are as follows: Jan 19th - Soma - San Diego, CA Jan 20th - Nile Theatre - Phoenix, AZ Jan 22nd - Trees - Dallas, TX Jan 23rd - White Rabbit - San Antonio, TX Jan 24th - Warehouse Live -
Enter Shikari, Breathe Carolina, Chelsea Grin and more announced for South By So What?! 2013
Enter Shikari, Breathe Carolina, Chelsea Grin and more announced for South By So What?! 2013
A portion of the South By So What?! Festival announcement has been made. Artists announced so far include: Breathe Carolina Enter Shikari The Medic Droid WHY? Dayshell Hands Like Houses Fit For A King Heartist Buried In Verona Adestria Issues Woe, Is Me Architects Attack Attack ... Read More ...

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