Listen to a new single from After Touch—plus, don’t miss At The Gates on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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  1. The XCERTS announce an acoustic EP
After playing acoustic sets at in-store gigs, the XCERTS have made plans to release a stripped-down album before going on tour with You Me At Six. Late One Night will be out Oct. 5 via Raygun Records. The EP will be a signed, limited edition 12-inch vinyl record featuring versions of fan favorites from Hold On To Your Heart, so be sure to mark your calendars.
  1. At The Gates announce headlining dates during tour with Behemoth
Swedish death-metal band At The Gates announced a few off-day gigs with Wolves In The Throne Room during their fall tour with Behemoth. These dates will be sans Behemoth. Check out the list of dates below. You can pick up your tickets here.

10/19 — San Diego, CA @ House Of Blues

10/28 — Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
10/31 — Albany, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
11/05 — Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall (no Wolves In The Throne Room)
11/08 — Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
11/12 — Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s

  1. Trivium share fan-curated video for “Beyond Oblivion”

Made entirely of fan-shot videos, Trivium just released their live video for “Beyond Oblivion.” All shots were taken from fans on their European tour; however, the band overlayed their own track for sound quality. Watch it above!

  1. After Touch release new song and video for “Use Me”

Aussie melodic-hardcore band After Touch dropped a new single and video about toxic relationships. “Instead of feeling sorry for myself, I started to revel in it,” frontman Max Pasalic says of the track. “I used these experiences to become someone new, someone stronger.” The track is from their forthcoming EP You Wish This Was About You, out Sept. 7 via UNFD. You can preorder your copy of it here.

  1. Shiragirl teams up with The Women’s International Music Network to release music video

After premiering her new video for “Summers Comin” with The Women’s International Music Network, the punk artist radiates with a sense of women empowerment. The song is from her EP Brooklyn Goes Hollywood, which you can listen to here.