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Dayseeker Announces 2023 Fall Headline Tour

Following their tremendously successful support run with Silverstein earlier this year, Dayseeker is set to embark on their highly anticipated fall headline tour. The tour will feature special guests Silent Planet and Moxy the Band, promising an absolutely unforgettable experience for fans. The 17-show run is scheduled to kick off on September 1 in Lubbock, TX, igniting the tour with explosive energy. The journey will then traverse through various cities, captivating audiences across the United States, before wrapping up in a monumental show at the iconic Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on September 24. Read more: Paramore To Join… Read more »


Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Issues Blistering Solo Track “Beyond”

We could go “on and on and on” about Corey Taylor, the renowned vocalist who has led Slipknot and Stone Sour to massive success over the last 20 years. On the verge of his newly-announced sophomore solo album, CMF2, expected to arrive on Sept. 15, Taylor has issued the captivating new single “Beyond.” The track showcases Taylor‘s versatility as an artist, delving into a more melodic and introspective territory compared to his heavier, metal-driven endeavors. The song immediately transports listeners to a realm of contemplatation and unity that seems forgotten in our modern society. Taylor‘s distinctive vocals, brimming with emotion… Read more »


Phoenix Festival, 1996: The Tour That Defined Me

— As UK music festivals go, the Phoenix Festival doesn’t have the storied history of Glastonbury or Reading. It only ran for five years, between 1993 and ’97, but it was located pretty close to my home in the Midlands region of England when I was growing up, and so I went to the 1995 event and the two that followed.  The 1996 Phoenix Festival is the festival that I judge all festivals on. So high was the bar it set, I’ve yet to see it be bettered (and I’ve attended Glastonburys, Readings, Coachellas, Riot Fests, Rocklahomas, Download/Doningtons, and more… Read more »

Concert Reviews

Heavier Than the Rain: Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2022

photos & words by Austin Spruill As the blistering summer of 2022 winds down into the cooler weather of fall, musicians and fans alike are treated to a number of high-profile festivals raging across the country, from Welcome to Rockville and Inkcarceration to Rocklahoma and Louder Than Life. However, few were as highly anticipated as this year’s incarnation of Blue Ridge Rock Festival, taking place from September 8–11.  Hosted at the world-renowned Virginia International Raceway in Alton, VA, hopes were high for the relatively young festival, as the successes and challenges of 2021 propelled the event further into the spotlight… Read more »



On the 3rd week of The Undiscovered Sound, Jeff introduces you to DED, 2 exclusive premier’s from Driveways & Gold Steps, and new music from The UK and South Africa!


Pierce The Veil

This week on Rock The Walls, Patrick Walford speaks with Mike Fuentes (drums) and Jaime Preciado (bass) of Pierce The Veil!

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