Bayside, Motion City Soundtrack Co-Headlining Tour Dates
Though details are scarce, All Time Low will be releasing something called Panic this fall. PropertyOfZack has confirmed that the release is in fact real with sources who know of the release. So uh…panic?
Panic! At The Disco finished their album months ago, and it looks like we may finally be getting new music out of the band. Panic! will be hitting the road on an arena tour with Fall Out Boy this fall, so it would make sense to at least have a single or two released beforehand. An announcement should be coming very shortly.
Kill It Live is the title of New Found Glory’s live album that will be released this fall. The album will feature three new songs as well as 17 songs from the band’s set. The most interesting thing about the release may be that it’s coming out on Violently Happy Records, not Epitaph as it was confirmed the band is no longer on the label last month.
The Used released a new EP yesterday called The Ocean Of The Sky. The band recorded it and almost made it to its release date in complete secrecy. The EP represents the band’s new beliefs in how music creators and fans should be connected directly, not through the old rules of the music industry.
Relient K covered Yellowcard’s “Ocean Avenue” a few nights ago in Florida. The crowd looks more excited about this then the band’s new songs.
Taking Back Sunday explained the back story of “Cute Without The E,” and it’s a worthwhile read for any big fan of Tell All Your Friends and the band.
The second Glamour Kills dodgeball invitational will be occurring next week. If you can make it out to Pennsylvania, you should. It’ll be a fun time.
Relient K’s new bassist is Jeremy Gifford. This comes just a month or two following the announcement that three-fifths of the band would not be heading out on their current headlining tour. Relient K have officially begun announcing replacements for those members.
The Maine’s Can’t Stop Won’t Stop has turned five. Did you guys know the lyrics are “out of my league,” not “Emily?” Horrible realization of youth.
If you’re familiar with Josh Eppard, Coheed And Cambria, or Weerd Science, you most likely know that the drummer once suffered from an addiction to heroin. Eppard has released a new music video for “10 Smack Commandments,” and it’s an honest look at his past life.