This is a little last minute but we decided "what the heck?" - Toby and Matt from Emery will be chatting tonight on the site at 8:30 PM EST. Ask them about the band's upcoming record, the crowndfunding for it, the new label, and anything else. See you then!
The guys in Small Brown Bike will be chatting with us on Monday, May 27th at 6 PM EST (3 PM PST). They'll be talking about their return to songwriting as a band and their amazing upcoming Recollected 2xLP out on May 28th, which you can pre-order here. See you then!
The fellas in Silverstein will be chatting with us on Monday, February 4th, at 8 PM EST (5 PM PST). They'll be talking about their current headlining tour as well as their killer upcoming album This Is How The Wind Shifts, which you can still pre-order here. See you then.
We have a winner! Congrats to bduke13, who correctly guessedCharlotte Sometimes, Anti-Flag, The Academy Is, Metro Station, Armor For Sleep, Family Force 5, and Saves The Day as the newest batch of band announcements for Bamboozle 2008.
Punchline will be performing a free show for students of Pennsylvania State University at The Hub tomorrow, Friday, October 5th. The act will be supporting their latest release, 37 Everywhere, which is available now via Fueled by Ramen. Barely Blind will be opening the show supporting their debut EP, The Way We Operate out now on TDR Records.
Eve 6 have reunited, following the act's initial disbandment in July of 2004. The group plan to write and record their next, full-length effort early next year, with a full, North American headlining tour expected to follow shortly after.
Funeral for a Friend have been named Artist of the Year at BT's Digital Music Awards in London, England. The triumph comes in recognition of the outfit's latest offering, Tales Don't Tell Themselves, which is available worldwide courtesy of Atlantic Records.
Every Time I Die have been pegged to perform on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live this Halloween, October 31st. The act are currently supporting their latest release, The Big Dirty, which is available in stores now courtesy of Ferret Music.
Thursday have selected Portugal. the Man and Circle Takes the Square as support on their upcoming, headlining tour. The New Jersey sextet will support their forthcoming package, Kill the House Lights, which is due out on October 30th courtesy of Victory Records.
Dillinger Escape Plan have been forced to cancel their upcoming tour dates, due to a broken foot sustained by guitarist Ben Weinman. The act have promised to reschedule all dates in support of their new, full-length effort, Ire Works, which is slated for release on November 13th via Relapse Records.
The Dear Hunter have selected artist Kent St. John to illustrate an upcoming book in support of the act's latest, Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading, which is available now via Triple Crown Records. St. John's blog, detailing the ongoing process, is available here.
As I Lay Dying have been named San Diego, California's acclaimed Artist of the Year. The quintet will support their latest effort, An Ocean Between Us, on tour this fall. The album is available now via Metal Blade Records.
Underoath drummer Aaron Gillespie suffered a minor injury Saturday night in Irvine, California, and is expected to miss a brief portion of the outfit's ongoing headlining tour. The act have recruited Kenny Bozich (The Almost) as Gillespie's temporary replacement.
Rx Bandits will issue a new EP, comprised of an expected six individual tracks, next February courtesy of MDB Records. The outfit are currently supporting their latest release, And the Battle Begun, which is available now via the label.
Snapcase will reunite for a one-off appearance at The Music Hall of Williamsburg on November 24th in Brooklyn, New York. The now-defunct outfit released their last effort, Bright Flashes, in 2003 courtesy of Victory Records.
The Dangerous Summer have cancelled the remainder of their upcoming tour dates. The act are expected to release a statement regarding the retractions shortly. The outfit released their latest effort, If You Could Only Keep Me Alive, earlier this year courtesy of Hopeless Records.
Senses Fail will premiere a new song entitled "Battle Hymn" on October 5th via AOL Music. The track is taken from the outfit's deluxe re-issue of their latest effort, Still Searching, which is scheduled for release on November 13th courtesy of Vagrant Records.
Atreyu will be shooting a music video for "Dooomsday" in Nashville, Tennessee and Pomona, California on September 29th and October 6th respectively. The track is taken from the outfit's latest, Lead Sails Paper Anchor, which is available now via Hollywood Records.
Paramore will be performing on Late Night with Conan O'Brien on October 8th. The group are currently supporting their latest, full-length effort, Riot!, which is available in stores now courtesy of Fueled by Ramen.
Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump will be hosting two, exclusive in-store signings at Sam Ash on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California and Buffalo Grove, Illinois on October 9th (5 -7 pm) and October 21st (11 am - 1 pm) respectively.
Head Automatica will be hosting a free performance this Saturday, September 29th at Storke Plaza at the University of California in Santa Barbara, California. The group will be performing in support of their latest effort, Popaganda, which is available in stores now via Warner Brothers Records.
Cauterize will be calling it quits immediately following a performance in Oshawa, Ontario on October 19th. The outfit, who issued their latest release, Disguises, earlier this year courtesy of High 4 Records, have cited a change in interests as cause for the disbandment.
Silverstein will be hosting an in-store signing at the Exclusive Company in Madison, Wisconsin on Wednesday, October 3rd. The group will be touring this fall in support of their latest release, Arrivals and Departures, which is available now via Victory Records.
Say Anything's new single, "Baby Girl, I'm a Blur," will be available for purchase via iTunes next Tuesday, October 2nd. The track is taken from the outfit's upcoming release, In Defense of the Genre, which is scheduled for release on October 23rd courtesy of J Records.
The Format have tentatively titled their next full-length release Holy Ghosts. The group are currently writing and arranging for the aforementioned effort, which is expected to hit shelves next year courtesy of The Vanity Label.
Far From Finished drummer Marc Cannata was hospitalized following the group's performance on Friday, September 21st in the Netherlands. Cannata, who experienced breathing difficulties, and what appeared to be a heart-related problem, has been forced to evacuate the act's ongoing, European tour. The quartet are touring in support of their latest offering, Living in the Fallout, which is available now via Think Fast! Records.
Mae have parted ways with bassist Mark Padgett and keyboardist Robert Sweitzer. The group have cited a change in interests as cause for the departures, stating the pair will "pursue other projects." The Capitol Records outfit are currently touring in support of their latest effort, Singularity, which is available now via the label.
Trophy Scars have been forced to cancel the remainder of their forthcoming tour dates, citing disreputable actions, namely those of local promoters, as cause for the retraction. The group will commence touring in support of its latest effort, Alphabet. Alphabets, this October, which is available now via The Death Scene.
My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way has stated the group bear plans to issue two more singles from their latest, full-length release, The Black Parade, both of which will coincide with music videos directed by Way himself. Furthermore, Way stated that bassist, and brother, Michael Way will "rejoin the outfit on tour this fall." The album is available in stores now via Reprise Records.
Vaux are currently mixing and mastering their forthcoming, untitled EP, from which a mere one track, "Ammunition," has been completed. The disc is scheduled for an independent release next year courtesy of Vx Records. The Denver, Colorado-based outfit disbanded earlier this year to ample dismay.
The Format will be performing a free, acoustic show this Wednesday, September 26th at the University of California in Irvine, California. The campus will also play host to support outfit Melee. The Format will be supporting their latest release, Dog Problems, which is available now courtesy of The Vanity Label.
Bayside will be performing a free show this Friday, September 28th at Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. The group are currently touring in support of their latest effort, The Walking Wounded, which is available now via Victory Records.
Voodoo Glow Skulls will be shooting a music video for "Fire in the Dancehall" this week with director Ajay Clark in Huntington Park, California. The track is taken from the group's latest release, Southern California Street Music, which is available now courtesy of Victory Records.
The Human Abstract will enter the studio early next year to record their next full-length release, from which the group promises "a classical route with more string orchestration." The outfit are currently supporting their latest effort, Nocturne, which is available now courtesy of Hopeless Records.