Red, Emphatic and Gemini Syndrome will be touring next month. A couple dates in Texas (February 7th in Houston & February 8th in Dallas) have been confirmed with full routing to be announced shortly.
Speaking of Emphatic, thanks to Jim for passing along info about Arson City! The band is fronted by former Emphatic vocalist Patrick Wilson. The group released their new EP in October 2013. A new track titled “Angels Decay” is also available!
City of Fallen Kings will hit the studio at the end of the month to begin work on their debut EP! The group features Brett Hestla (Virgos Merlot, Dark new Day), Will Hunt (everyone) and Elliott Ecton (Signum AD).
OMG!! Paramore and Fall Out Boy will be on tour this summer!!! The co-headlining tour will feature openers New Politics!!! Tickets on sale January 17th. Dates @ paramore.net! /endartificialexcitementmode.
If you’re reading this you have survived the great Polar Vortex of 2014 and it’s almost Friday! Congrats!
“Grove Metal-ers” Scent of Remains will release their new compact disc ‘Under a Blackened Sky‘ January 21st. Check out “From Ash We Rise“.
The Toadies will release a 20th Anniversary edition of their 1994 debut, ‘Rubberneck‘, on April 1st. Twenty years… damn I’m getting old!
Matchbox Twenty’s Rob Thomas has announced dates for a new solo trek. Info here!
Finch have premiered a live video for “Letters to You“.
Motley Crue will hold an event in LA on January 28th titled “RIP: All Bad Things Must Come to an End”. The band is expected to announce a farewell tour…
Hellyeah’s new record is tentatively due out in April.
Sevendust are in New Jersey working on their acoustic album!
Check out Lynam’s video for their single “Cold“! Their new album ‘Halfway to Hell‘ is out now.
Nick Perri of Silvertide has released a new single titled “Complicated Man” available for purchase on Amazon MP3 or your favorite digital retailer.
Digital Summer’s “This City” video is online and streaming.
Butcher Babies are streaming a video for “I Smell a Massacre“.
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