Rocky Votolato has posted the video for the title track from his new album, Hospital Handshakes.
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Posted by aubin on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
Direct Hit! have debuted a track from their upcoming B-sides collection over at Noisey. The song is called "Brain Surgery" and it will appear on More of the Same (Satanic Singles: 2010-2014) which is due out August 21, 2015 on Red Scare. You can check out the song here.
New Jersey's Aspiga will be heading to the west coast with Know Your Saints for a seven-day tour. Aspiga released What Happened to You? on Paper and Plastick in 2014.
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Circa Survive have announced a 10th anniversary tour for their 2005 album, Juturna . The tour will feature support from Rx Bandits.
The band is also planning to release a deluxe anniversary version of the album on October 30, 2015. It'll include six bonus B-sides and four covers.
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Posted by mark on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Labor Day weekend (Sept 4 -6) in San Diego, CA is the weekend of the ninth annual Awesome Fest. More than 50 bands are scheduled for the DIY event, including Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Dead To Me, Oldfriends, Shellshag, Tiltwheel, ToyGuitar and Toys That Kill. You can check out the complete lineup here.
Kylesa have revealed details about their upcoming album. The record is titled Exhausting Fire and is due out October 2, 2015 via Season of Mist. The band also revealed a track from the album, titled "Lost and Confused."
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Rise Against have added more dates to their current US tour, supported by Killswitch Engage and Letlive. You can check them out below.
Rise Against is supporting their most recent release, 2014's The Black Market .
Posted by aubin on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 12:30 PM (EDT)
Anti- Records has signed Deafheaven. The California-based band - with their signature hybrid sound of black metal, shoegaze, and post-rock - will release New Bermuda and is due out October 2, 2015. While the band hasn't released any music from the album yet, they have posted a trailer with a minute or so of music from it.
You can click Read More to see that as well as the art and track listing.
Clutch is hitting the road this fall and they're taking Corrosion Of Conformity and The Shrine alone for the ride. You can check out the dates below.
Clutch is gearing up to release their newest album, Psychic Warfare, due out October 2, 2015. It is the follow-up to Earth Rocker which was released in 2013. COC is touring behind lX, which showcased the return of guitarist/vocalist Pepper Keenan.
The lineup for the 6th annual GWARBQ has been announced, you can check out a commercial for the event below. Friday, August 14 sees the "B4BQ" with The Acacia Strain, Arch Enemy, After the Burial, Fear Factory, Coal Chamber and more playing at the National in Richmond, VA. The next day is when "The Main Event" starts with the festivities moving to Hadad's Lake. Bands scheduled include Clutch, Down, Descendents, The Dickies, MC Chris, Cro-Mags and Cancer Bats. The full lineup can be viewed here.
Toronto's The Mahones are bringing their brand of Celtic punk to Europe next month. You can check out the dates below. The band released The Hunger & The Fight (Part One) last year.
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