Iwrestledabearonce will be releasing A Beary Scary Movie on November 6th, and our friends over at Under The Gun Review will be hosting a premiere of the film on November 7th in Somerville, MA. Check out all the details here and a poster below by clicking “Read More.”
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Iwrestledabearonce will be releasing A Beary Scary Movie on November 6th. You can check out a synopsis of the film below by clicking “Read More.”
Iwrestledabearonce ‘A Beary Scary Movie’ Movie Trailer
It’s time for The Weekly Tour Round-Up! There are a ton of great tours going on this summer and fall and more are getting announced each week. Below you’ll find all the tours going on over the next few months, with newly announced tours listed above previously announced tours. So check out all the tours if you’ve missed any of them and make sure to mark them down on your calendars!
POZ Sponsored Tours
Daybreaker, Candy Hearts [09/21-10/05]
Sparks The Rescue, Set It Off [09/04-09/11]
We Came As Romans [09/11-09/17]
Man Overboard, Major League [09/20-09/23]
Citizen, Mixtapes, Aficionado [09/25-10/16]
Ben Gibbard [09/26-11/24]
The Bouncing Souls [10/03-10/12]
Bad Books [10/06-10/19]
Marianas Trench [10/12-11/01]
Gym Class Heroes [10/18-10/30]
Title Fight, Pianos Become The Teeth [10/26-11/30]
United Kingdom|Mainland Europe
Previously Announced Tours:
This Century, Austin Gibbs [Now-08/26]
Joyce Manor, Algernon Cadwallader [Now-08/24
]The All-American Rejects, Eve 6 [Now-08/30]
I Call Fives [Now-08/25]
The American Scene, Daybreaker [Now-08/26]
Silverstein, Such Gold, Daytrader [Now-08/26]
All Get Out, Harrison Hudson [Now-08/30]
For The Foxes, Squid The Whale [Now-8/26]
Turnover, Young Statues, PJ Bond [Now-08/24]
Dead Sara, The Offspring [Now-09/27]
Tallhart, Belle Histoire [8/21-9/01]
Vinnie Caruana, Matt Embree [08/22-09/09]
August Burns Red, Of Mice & Men, The Color Morale [8/31-10/06]
Against Me!, Joyce Manor, Andrew Jackson Jihad [09/03-09/09]
Owl City [09/05-10/07]
Metric [09/06-10/10]Go Radio, SafetySuit [09/07-10/05]
Frank Turner [09/07-10/27]
Hot Water Music [09/07-10/03]
Strung Out, The Swellers, Such Gold [09/08-10/05]
Less Than Jake, A Wilhelm Scream [09/09-09/22]
Stray From The Path, Obey The Brave [09/10-09/26]
Coheed And Cambria [09/13-09/29]
Ben Folds Five [09/13-10/05]
The Ataris, Red City Radio [09/13-10/06]
Daytrader, The Jealous Sound [09/13-10/20]
Circa Survive, Touché Amoré, Balance & Composure [09/13-10/26]
Boys Like Girls, The All-American Rejects [09/13-10/31]
Minus The Bear, Cursive [09/13-11/17]
There For Tomorrow, Deaf Havana [09/14-10/07]
Misser, Diamond Youth, Young Statues [9/14-9/22]
The Word Alive, Like Moths To Flames [09/18-09/26]
The Used [09/18-09/28]
My Ticket Home, Palisades [09/21-09/30]
Propagandhi, Comeback Kid [9/25-10/11]
Tegan And Sara, The Black Keys [10/01-10/06]
The Word Alive, Norma Jean [10/01-10/20]
Taking Back Sunday, Bayside [10/04-11/25]
Trapped Under Ice [10/04-10/14]
Say Anything, Murder By Death [10/04-10/28]
The Early November, Cartel [10/05-10/20]
Motion City Soundtrack, Now Now [10/10-11/18]
The Front Bottoms, Cheap Girls [10/12-11/10]
Pierce The Veil, Sleeping WIth Sirens [10/12-11/23]
Code Orange Kids, Bane [10/14-10/20]
As I Lay Dying, Trivium [10/15-11/18]
All Time Low, The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction [10/15-11/23]
The AP Fall Tour [10/16-11/24]
Into It. Over It., Make Do And Mend, Hostage Calm [10/17-10/31]
Mayday Parade, The Maine [10/18-11/24]
MxPx, Pennywise, Unwritten Law [10/25-11/09]The Hush Sound [10/26-11/19]
The Menzingers, Propagandhi [10/27-11/07]
Yellowcard, The Wonder Years, We Are The In Crowd [11/02-12/02]
United Kingdom|Mainland Europe
Touché Amoré, Birds In Row [Now-08/26]
Billy Talent [0Now-08/26]
Into It. Over It. [09/03-09/15]
Motion City Soundtrack [09/15-09/25]
The Maine, This Century [09/15-9/26]
The Menzingers, The Front Bottoms [09/19-10/09]
Joyce Manor, Apologies I Have None [09/21-09/28]
Now, Now [09/24-9/30]
Tonight Alive [09/26-10/09]
Jonny Craig [10/03-10/08]
Mayday Parade, The Summer Set [10/04-10/13]
The Gaslight Anthem [10/15-10/20]
Owl City [10/18-11/03]
The Revival Tour [10/16-11/20]
The Xcerts, Young Guns [10/19-11/26]
Every Time I Die, Stray From The Path [10/24-11/17]
A Loss For Words, Save Your Breath [10/26-11/10]
The Devil Wears Prada, August Burns Red [10/26-11/19]
Miss May I [10/27-11/03]
A Skylit Drive [11/04-11/10]
The Used, Evanescence [11/05-11/09]
Billy Talent [11/06-11/18]
Bon Iver [11/08-11/12]
Coheed And Cambria [11/08-11/12]
Parkway Drive, The Word Alive [11/13-12/01]
Ben Folds Five [11/23-12/05]
Madina Lake [11/26-12/01]
Miss May I [11/30-12/06]With The Punches [12/01-12/09]
Pennywise, The Menzingers, Sharks [08/23-08/29]
Texas In July [08/23-09/03]
Enter Shikari [09/20-09/23]
Defeater, Blacklisted [09/26-10/04]
The Ghost Inside, Architects [09/26-10/08]
Ben Folds Five [11/10-11/18]
Owl City [11/16-11/20]
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PropertyOfZack visited Warped Tour a few days ago, and editor in chief Emily Coch had a chance to do a brief interview with Iwrestledabearonce. Emily, Ricky, and Mikey spoke about Warped Tour, a surprise pregnancy that resulted in Krysta leaving the tour, the band’s true fans, world touring, future writing, and the likelihood that Krysta has permanently left Iwrestledabearonce. Check out the full interview below!
Could you state your names and roles in Iwrestledabearonce?
Ricky: I’m Ricky and I play bass.
Mikey: I’m Mikey and I play drums.
The band has had an interesting Warped Tour so far. Putting aside Krysta’s pregnancy for a minute, how were the dates before that?
Mikey: Great. It’s been really impressive. We’ve had a good time.
Ricky: It was really hot in the beginning, but we’ve handled that fairly well.
Obviously any band who loses a member temporarily goes through hell trying to find the right replacement, but losing a member to pregnancy right in the middle of the tour without warning is just crazy. What were you guys feeling when that happened?
Ricky: I don’t know. It was a big kick in the sack. To be honest, just for us to pick up without skipping a beat, took a lot of hard work mentally. It’s fine now. It gets better every day.
Mikey: It can’t get any worse [Laughs].
Can you talk about your replacement for her and how that all came together?
Ricky: It was by random chance that there was a band out of Canada that we share similarities with soundwise that people even think they’re us from Canada. As a joke, someone said as a joke that we could get that girl in the band to replace Krysta, and the next thing you know she’s on a flight to Warped Tour.
Mikey: She was super stoked and she’s super grateful. This is the funnest job on the planet, and she still sees it that way. A lot of people lose sight of that. The sun takes it out of you and you sleep in your bunk until 4PM and you feel like a vampire. Before you know it you want to kill yourself. For anyone with a normal brain, this is the job to have.
How have the performances been since you’ve brought Courtney in?
Mikey: I would say at first that she didn’t know the songs down 100%. The more she listens to the record and plays with us, she’s nailing parts everyday. I haven’t heard bad stuff at all.
POZ: Have you made any adjustments on her end to help her?
Mikey: Just try to sit with her to explain to her. We went through the click tracks with her one time and then literally through her on-stage. It was a brutal.
Warped Tour this year is a less metal crowd than in previous years, but have your fans been coming out to support?
Ricky: We’re on the Ernie Ball Stage. For the size of what allows, there have been days where there haven’t been enough room. Kids wrap around the stage. There are major bands on some of the smaller stages to draw kids in.
Mikey: It’s been great.