Chiodos will release their new album in 2014 - watch some Warped footage and hear a song clip in the replies (skip to 2:11 for the clip). Based on their "Two Eleven" Facebook post, it's possible the album will release on February 11.
Matt Goddard of Chiodos took to the Vans Warped Tour twitter to answer some questions yesterday. When asked when we would hear new material he responded, "You'll be hearing some new stuff soon." Which seems to lead to the band releasing a song before they leave for Warped Tour, even if they're recording their new album after the tour. What do you think?
Chiodos posted a live acoustic video of "Baby, You Wouldn't Last A Minute On The Creek" from last week's Warped Tour kickoff party. The band also talked about its upcoming album in an interview. You can find both videos in the replies.
It looks like Chiodos have been demoing new material. The band also just announced a new show in San Diego on November 25th. Lastly, you can watch a new Alt Press feature called "Stand By Your Van" where the guys show off their van, MTV cribs style.
A few new dates have been added to Craig Owens' An Evening with Craig Owens & Friends tour. You can find the updated routing the replies. His Chiodos bandmate Bradley Bell will be accompanying him on stage.
Today's installment of Live Sessions is a special one. Not only do we have a full set from Chiodos at one of their first performances back with the original line-up, but the August 26th show at Royale in Boston, MA also marked frontman Craig Owens' birthday. Head to the replies to watch the hour-long show. It takes about 10 seconds before Owens is in the crowd.
Glamour Kills and Chiodos are teaming up to giving away a pair of tickets to any of the upcoming Chiodos reunion shows. The winner will also receive a copy of All's Well That Ends Well on vinyl and a Glamour Kills product bag. More info can be found here.
A show promoter has announced that Craig Owens' has postponed his solo tour, and this has been backed up by this tweet from supporting act Squid The Whale. We're waiting for news from Owens' camp and we'll update this post when we get some.
Last week blogs went buzzing about the departure of two members from Chiodos. Speculation also spread like wildfire about a possible return to the group from former frontman Craig Owens. This week I've been jotting down some thoughts on why an original line-up of any band is so important to us. What makes one person's addition or subtraction so crucial to any band? Do we sometimes hold onto the past so much, that we constantly base our future expectations on one album or song written years earlier? Give the piece a read, and let us know your thoughts on it in the replies. I'm very interested in the examples you guys come up with on this one.