Albums Out This Month
The Weekly Tour Round-Up
Winter - Spring
20 Skate And Surf Lineup Additions
Bring Me The Horizon - “Shadow Moses”
Albums That Deserve A Second Chance
Jamie Woolford on Superdrag
Catnaps - “Trouble”
Half Hearted Hero - Whatever
Behind The Booths
The Plot In You - Eat Your Heart Out Contest [Ends on February 6th]
PropertyOfZack is teaming up with The Plot In You and Eat Your Heart Out Fest to give away two tickets to the take, which is taking place from February 8th through 10th. Check out the lineup and details for the festival here and how to end the contest that ends on February 6th below!
To win two tickets to Eat Your Heart Out you must do each of the following things:
It’s time for The Weekly Tour Round-Up! There are a ton of great tours going on this fall and winter 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!
United Kingdom|Mainland Europe
August Burns Red, Architects [04/19-04/26]
Previously Announced Tours:
We’re stoked to be putting Woe, Is Me, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, and The Plot In You together for a new PropertyOfZack Playlist. Check out the Playlists below while listening to the songs on Spotify and reading everyone’s thoughts!
Lamb of God - Laid To Rest
It was the first song I ever fully learnt on guitar and got me into playing metal. - Andrew
Dada Life - Rolling Stones T-shirt
I mainly listen to EDM and this is currently my favorite. - Andrew
Underoath - Reinventing Your Exit
It’s the first song I ever heard by Underoath and it’s what inspired me to be a vocalist. - Hance
blink-182 - All The Small Things
It just creates good vibes! - Hance
Saves The Day - See You
Stay What You Are is a classic record. - Kevin
Relient K – Deathbed
They were always a big influence on my music from the beginning. Just a good song. - Brian
The Story So Far – Closure
So easily relatable. Pretty much tells the story of my life. – Brian
The Ghost Inside - Greater Distance
The lyrics are easily relatable to my life and to who I am today. When I was younger it was a song that I turned to when I had lost hope in myself. - Doriano
The Black Eyed Peas - Where Is The Love?
It points out the wrongs in this world and questions all the hate in the world. Very powerful message. - Doriano
Good Charlotte - Little Things
I was always the kid who got picked last in gym class, and never had a date to any of the school’s dances hah. But knowing that people just like me, who were out casts made it as far as them, always gave me a little bit of “hell yeah, I got this” syndrome. - Austin
Getting everyone’s influences would be too hard and too long because we all listen to different kinds of music depending on the period and mood, so this is probably what will run in loop in our van during our upcoming U.S. tour with Woe, Is Me. - Paul Cordebard
Fall Out Boy - Sugar We’re Going Down
I was 13 watching fuse at 5am folding papers for my paper route and that music video came on and after watching it I knew I wanted to play music and be in a band.
Unwritten Law - Celebration Song
Was the first live band I ever watched. They opened with this song and it blew my mind. All the energy of the show and song was something I wanted to be apart of.
Korn – Blind
Because it was the first korn song i heard and it it was so much heavier and different than anything i listened to before.
As Cities Burn – The Widow
It has great lyrics and the gives off so much emotion
Mudvayne- Internal Primates Forever
Mudvayne’s LD 50 was the first exposure I had to really heavy and emotional music. This band kind of sparked my new interest in metal and gave me something that felt completely mine, because no one I knew at the time listened to anything of the sort (Besides my brother who had introduced me). The poly-rhythms and groove, after groove, after groove, they created had attracted me as an early drummer, and their ability to make multiple parts hit hard and keep hitting harder within the same song amazed me.
Glassjaw- Ape Dos Mil
This song always puts me in a trance. The relaxed beat and blue notes, catchy lyrics and melodies that flow through the song perfectly just kill me. They create a truly original setting in my mind that lets my imagination run wild. Fuck all the haters in my band, Glassjaw rocks.