Thomas Pridgen has confirmed that he will be playing drums for Chiodos on their upcoming tour. Check out a tweet from Pridgen below after the jump.
A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Chiodos Arena Tour
Monday means BandsOnBands, and we’re excited to be posting the new PropertyOfZack feature today with My Iron Lung. The band’s new album, Relief, came out this summer on Pure Noise Records and can be grabbed here.
In this week’s feature, the whole band talks about their love for Death Cab For Cutie. Listen to songs by Death Cab here check out what My Iron Lung had to say about one of their biggest influences below!
POZ Review: My Iron Lung - Relief
When confronted with the question, “What band should we choose for this article?” We kind of stared at each other in puzzlement. We all listen to very different types of music so choosing one band that inspired all of us equally was particularly hard to decide right away. We spent some time on tour thinking about what band we wanted to discuss. One day as we were driving to Atlanta listening to Death Cab for Cutie’s Transatlanticism, it dawned upon us that this is one band we could all agree on and talk about with interest.
Although our band plays music much different than Death Cab, we’re all fans of their great song writing that is not only catchy, but also smart and loaded with intricacies that only true musicians would be able to provide to its audience. This band has managed to perfect this combination creating a sound entirely unique to their band, and we can’t get enough.
Emarosa will be releasing Versus on September 9th via Rise Records. Stream the full album below after the jump.
Particularly proud of “update #4.”
Otherwise, to sum it up for those who spent yesterday drinking, many thought Brand New played a new song on Saturday. Turns out, they didn’t, probably. Maybe though?
Objectively speaking, most band names are not very good. Many of them are overwrought, nonsensical, vulgar or in some cases, all three. Sometimes bands take several days or weeks to settle on a name; other times, the members get drunk or high and come up with a name in a couple of minutes. The reason bands don’t like being asked about their name in interviews is not only because it’s a lazy interview question, but because the story behind it is usually uninteresting. - Bryne Yancey
Randal’s Island has not had much luck in the past 18 months with weather for festivals.
Imagine how sad this will taste?
Imagine how sad this will be to see?
Imagine saying metalcore sucks but saying Falling In Reverse are classic?
But why does anyone really give a shit about a bad band name?
Objectively speaking, most band names are not very good. Many of them are overwrought, nonsensical, vulgar or in some cases, all three. Sometimes bands take several days or weeks to settle on a name; other times, the members get drunk or high and come up with a name in a couple of minutes. The reason bands don’t like being asked about their name in interviews is not only because it’s a lazy interview question, but because the story behind it is usually uninteresting.
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