There’s not much more to say about this at the time, but if you managed to miss the news, we’re still honored to be the ones to tell you. For those who need a little more explanation for the reason behind breaking the news on Fall Out Boy’s reunion, you can find in-depth blogs from myself and Jason Tate here and here, respectively.
Warped let out that Chiodos will be one of the festival’s headliners this year, and that should certainly get fans excited. There are still five or six major bands that have yet to be announced, so there’s certainly more good news coming. However, as much as you may want to laugh and hunt down music by Beebs And Her Money Maker, don’t.
More hell broke loose this past weekend at Rocketown, but not for the reasons Volumes would have liked you to originally believed. At this point, it looks like Michael from Volumes dedicated a song to his gay best friend, at which point nothing controversial happened. It was only later on in the night when Barr decided to join the mosh pit in the crowd while drunk, at which point security removed him from the venue. Fans and the promoter of the show have said that Barr was in fact the one spreading homophobic slurs, not anyone on the Rocketown staff. This is a tricky situation, but more should be out soon.
This is great news for anyone who hoped to grab a copy of Leaving Through The Window but couldn’t for a plethora of reasons. Better news? You’ll soon be able to grab a copy of North on vinyl as well.
Are you stoked? The Front Bottoms’ debut album slowly built and built until they had captured a fairly large audience between support tours and their own headliners. Fans didn’t know until a few weeks ago that the band had plans to record soon, but the good news is that they’re done now. Lets hope for a May release.
Another Two Tongues release was always planned, but it looks like we’re finally getting a little closer. Chris Conley has gone on the record saying that he’ll begin dedicating time to writing Two Tongues jams following the completion of the Saves The Day record, and it looks like Max Bemis will finally be dedicating some more time as well.
Underøath played their final show this past weekend in Florida. Aaron Gillespie, the band’s former drummer and vocalist, joined Underøath on the stage as well for a performance of “Reinventing Your Exit.” The video will bring nothing less than a happy yet sad smile to your face. Enjoy it.
To Write Love On Her Arms have announced the Heavy And Light Tour, which will feature special performances from Now, Now, Aaron Gillespie (The Almost), Bryce Avary (The Rocket Summer), and Anthony Raneri (Bayside), among others. Now, Now and Joe Foreman (Switchfoot) will be playing every night of the tour with other acts playing select cities. Check out the dates below by clicking “Read More.”