Thursday, August 17, 2017

Emarosa is Hitting the Road Again This Fall, with Support from A Lot Like Birds and Jule Vera



Final Tour Supporting 131
Emarosa
PC: Britton Orrange








With Support from A Lot Like Birds and Jule Vera
 
Tickets On Sale Now

Emarosa's New Album 131 is now available for purchase at the following links:





Upcoming Tour Dates
9/23/17 Pittsburgh, PA - Cattivo
9/24/17 Lemoyne, PA - The Champ
9/25/17 Hartford, CT - Webster Underground
9/27/17 Asbury Park, NJ - House of Independents
9/28/17 Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Night Bazaar 
9/29/17 Amityville, NY - Amityville Music Hall 
9/30/17 Richmond, VA - The Canal Club
10/1/17 Washington, DC - DC9 Club
10/3/17 Greensboro, NC - The Blind Tiger
10/4/17 Columbia, SC - New Brookland Tavern
10/5/17 Jacksonville, FL - 1904 Music Hall
10/6/17 Tampa, FL - Orpheum Theatre
10/7/17 Orlando, FL - Backbooth
10/9/17 Houston, TX - Walter's
10/10/17 Austin, TX - Come and Take It Live
10/11/17 Dallas, TX - Dirty 30
10/13/17 Mesa, AZ - Nile Half House
10/14/17 San Diego, CA - The Irenic
10/15/17 Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction
10/16/17 Sacramento, CA - Holy Diver
10/17/17 Portland, OR - Analog Theatre
10/18/17 Seattle, WA - Chop Suey
10/21/17 Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews
10/22/17 Chicago, IL - Subterranean



 

Tour Dates and New Studio Album: Evanescene



EVANESCENCE

RETURN THIS FALL WITH
SYNTHESIS
FOURTH STUDIO ALBUM OUT FALL 2017

ANNOUNCE FALL U.S. “SYNTHESIS LIVE” TOUR
PHOENIX SHOW IS OCTOBER 17 AT COMERICA THEATRE




VIP PRE-SALE BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 (here)
GENERAL ON-SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 (here)

TOUR DATES

Catch EVANESCENCE on “Synthesis Live” in the following cities:

DATE
LOCATION
VENUE

SAT
10/14
Las Vegas, NV
The Pearl Concert Theater
SUN
10/15
Los Angeles, CA
Greek Theatre
TUE
10/17
Phoenix, AZ
Comerica Theatre
FRI
10/20
Houston, TX
Revention Music Center
SUN
10/22
Irving, TX
The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
MON
10/23
New Orleans, LA
Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts
WED
10/25
Nashville, TN
Ryman Auditorium
FRI
10/27
Atlanta, GA
Chastain Park Amphitheatre
SAT
10/28
Charlotte, NC
Ovens Auditorium
MON
10/30
Pittsburgh, PA
Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
TUE
10/31
Oxon Hill, MD
MGM National Harbor
THU
11/2
Upper Darby, PA
Tower Theater
FRI
11/3
Mashantucket, CT
Foxwoods Resort Casino - Grand Theater
SUN
11/5
Boston, MA
Orpheum Theatre - Boston
TUE
11/7
Bethlehem, PA
Sands Bethlehem Event Center
WED
11/8
Baltimore, MD
Hippodrome Theatre
FRI
11/10
Brooklyn, NY
Kings Theatre
THU
11/30
Chicago, IL
Chicago Theatre
SAT
12/2
Carmel, IN
The Palladium
TUE
12/5
Minneapolis, MN
State Theatre
WED
12/6
Madison, WI
Orpheum Theatre
FRI
12/8
Toronto, ON Canada
Sony Centre for Performing Arts
SAT
12/9
Windsor, ON Canada
Caesar’s Windsor
MON
12/11
Kansas City, MO
Kansas City Music Hall
WED
12/13
Denver, CO
Paramount Theatre
FRI
12/15
Reno, NV
Grand Theatre at The Grand Sierra Resort
SAT
12/16
San Francisco, CA
Masonic Auditorium
TUE
12/19
Portland, OR
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall


New Music and Tour for UK 'It' Girl Izzy Bizu




Izzy Bizu drops
White Tiger (Cat Carpenters Remix) and tour dates with Coldplay

"White Tiger" Remix Listen HERE


UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
with Coldplay
8/12 Minneapolis MN - US Bank Stadium
8/14 Omaha NE - Centurylink Center
8/15 Kansas City MO - Spirit Center
8/17 Chicago IL - Soldier Field
8/19 Cleveland OH - Quicken Loans Arena
8/21 Toronto ON - Rogers Centre
8/22 Toronto ON - Rogers Centre
8/25 Houston TX - NRG Stadium
8/28 Miami FL - Hard Rock Stadium

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

New Metal Music Video: Swedish Metal Band- Set Before Us "Earth Destroyer"






Swedish Metal Band: Set Before Us 
have released a music video "Earth Destroyer" 


from their debut EP Enigmas.

More information on Set Before Us:

EP STREAM - Set Before Us
Google Play - Set Before Us
Facebook - Set Before Us
Instagram & Twitter: @setbeforeus

Musician Kenny Dubman Pays Tribute to Chris Cornell




Kenny Dubman Pays Tribute to
Chris Cornell in

"Off the Leash"


Album Review: NECK DEEP 'THE PEACE AND THE PANIC' Out August 18th Pre-Order NOW!





Contributing writer: Olivia Henderson

It’s been two years since the pop-punk Wales based boys have given the world new music. And just like with their previous LP, Life’s Not Out To Get You, Neck Deep have continued to deliver the confusion of “No, this is my favourite Neck Deep album,” and “No, no, THIS is my favourite Neck Deep album.” Over and over again, these Welsh boys have continued to produce lyrics that has every fan finger-pointing as they scream back the lyrics that are tattooed upon them. Just as well, Neck Deep continues to produce the right amount of angst within their guitar hooks and drum kicks, allowing a mosh pit to breakout anytime; whether it be in a fan’s bedroom or in the venue down the road.




Back in May of this year, the band dropped their first single and music video, “Where Do We Go When We Go”. The track opens with a classic nursery rhyme “Rain, Rain Go Away.” Except, the band took it to “Pain, pain go away. Come back another day.” With each album release, Neck Deep seems to follow the theme of applying their lyrics to the title of their album. Lyrics from their 2015 LP release, Life’s Not Out To Get You, frontman and lead vocals, Ben Barlow, sang lyrics about living life and “moving mountains, that [he] once had to climb.” With The Peace and The Panic, Barlow’s lyrics follow the panic, and the musicians follow the peace.

There is a comfortable familiarity within the instrumental structure of the new album. Bassist Fil Thorpe Evans and drummer Dani Washington have magically, once again, pieced together beats that immediately have any faithful or virgin Neck Deep listener bobbing their heads with the verses and have them up on their feet during the choruses. Guitarists Matt West and Sam Bowden have formed incredible hooks and melodies that immediately pull a crowd in closer together to get a taste of the energy they riff off. Instrumentally, The Peace and The Panic represents Neck Deep in the most dignified manner: pure, blessed pop punk.



Upon first listen, there’s a sense of development and maturity within the music. As a devoted Neck Deep listener, the first change to take notice is Barlow’s new found vocal control. Previously, the lead singer’s vocals were considered to be more rough towards the punk side of pop punk. Now, Barlow seems to have taken a control of vocals to where he can still sound punk, but he can also sing smoothly along the pop side. During the track “In Bloom,” Barlow can be heard experimenting with highs and lows. Upon the sixth track of the album, “Don’t Wait (ft. Sam Carter),” West and Bowden have demonstrated a beautiful bond of their guitar riffs and melodies, drawing in any listener to headbang along. After five years of playing together, West, Evans, Washington, and Bowden (since 2015) have never sounded tighter together.




And of course, what is a Neck Deep record without an acoustic song? In 2012, we were all gifted with “A Part Of Me” with the lovely Laura Whiteside. In 2015, we were granted the beautiful track, “December” (Plus, another version in 2016 with the beloved Mark Hoppus of Blink-182). This year of 2017, Neck Deep has presented us with “Wish You Were Here.” This one is… Well, simply: sad. Sadder than “A Part Of Me” and “December” playing together when your playlist is put on shuffle. Yeah, be sure to have a box of tissues ready people.


Neck Deep- The Peace and The Panic
Without fail, Neck Deep has delivered through to the world once again. The Peace and The Panic represents who these five Welsh musicians are to a T. Throughout the album, highs and lows are sung about, including the passing of Barlow’s father (2016). Despite life’s hardships and growing pains, Neck Deep shows how to be okay through it all. “Don’t stop now, though the motion sickness has you spinning out, ‘cause you’re on your way…


Pre-order The Peace and The Panic today!


Catch Neck Deep on their headlining North American tour come January 2018! Tickets on sale NOW at: https://www.ndsoundcheckclub.com

More Neck Deep at:

I PREVAIL Announces Rage On The Stage! Tour


TOUR: RAGE ON THE STAGE! WITH I PREVAIL, THE WORD ALIVE, WE CAME AS ROMANS AND ESCAPE THE FATE!




Tour Announcement: Falling In Reverse and All That Remains






"Superhero" 



 
FALLING IN REVERSE TOUR DATES:
9/10 — Philadelphia, PA — Self Help Fest*
9/22 — Denver, CO — High Elevation Rock Festival*
9/25 — Lawrence, KS — Liberty Hall
9/26 — Sioux Falls, SD — The District
9/27 — Minneapolis, MN — Skyway Theatre
9/29 — Des Moines, IA — Val Air Ballroom
9/30 — Lanesville, WI — Sonic Boom*
10/1 — Louisville, KY — Louder Than Life Festival*
10/2 — Memphis, TN — New Daisy Theatre
10/4 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works
10/6 — Fort Wayne, IN — Piere's
10/7 — Detroit, MI — Self Help Fest*
*Denotes Festival Appearance