In his interview last night on The Gunz Show, Craig Owens talked about how it feels to be working with Chiodos again, as well as the possibility of writing another record with the band.
Got to speak with my good friend Craig Owens – back in CHIODOS (Feels great to say that..) We discuss the Chiodos reunion shows, new Chiodos music as well as the delicate process that it has taken for them to …
According to one of the promoters handling Craig Owens' solo tour, the entire run of dates has been canceled and tickets will be refunded.
After a hugely successful launch in 2010, The 2011 Scream It Like You Mean It Tour returns to the US on July 15. Breathe Carolina (Fearless Records) will headline the tour with support from Chiodos (Equal Vision), I See Stars (Sumerian Records), The Color Morale (Rise Records), Tek-One and The Air I Breathe (Velocity/Rise Records).
Florida four-piece Go Radio will be lighting up the East Coast with Chiodos and Emarosa this February.
After losing a lead vocalist and drummer, many bands may decide to call it quits. For the members of Chiodos, giving up was not an option. Today, the band releases their third studio full-length album, Illuminaudio, on Equal Vision Records. On release day, idobi's own Mike Skehan had a chance to chat with keyboardist Bradley Bell about the new album, replacing old members, fan expectations and more