A Skylit Drive has announced the second leg of their highly anticipated US headlining tour. The tour aims to celebrate the remarkable 15-year anniversary of their groundbreaking album, Wires…and The Concept of Breathing. Following a tremendously successful first run during the spring, the band is preparing to hit the road again this summer. Similarly to their first leg of the tour, A Skylit Drive will perform their 2008 debut album in its entirety front to back, including standout tracks such as “My Disease,” “Ex Machina,” and the titular single. The East Coast tour will be an unforgettable experience as it… Read more »
Jordan Blake, the original vocalist for A Skylit Drive, has passed away at the age of 36, the band have confirmed.
As Rise: Ascension wraps up, you won’t be dying for A Skylit Drive to become a full time pop rock act, but the band accomplishes the job set before themselves with stunning ease.
Having recently wrapped up Memphis May Fireâ€™s Unconditional Tour, veterans A Skylit Drive are back and better than ever. Their newest record Rise is the most successful release in both the band’s and label Tragic Hero Recordsâ€™ history. Vocalist Michael Jagmin sat down with idobi writer Alex Rudisill as the tour came to a close to discuss the bandâ€™s latest endeavors.
A Skylit Drive have announced details for their new album Rise. The record is due out on September 24th via Tragic Hero Records, and you can check out the album trailer by clicking “Read More.”
idobi photographer Alex Rudisill got the chance to spend some time with Beartooth in Philadelphia last week on their current tour with Memphis May Fire and A Skylit Drive.
On The Gunz Show; Runner Runner, A Skylit Drive, The Downtown Fiction.
Get ready for an unforgettable experience as this year’s Capulet Fest returns to the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Thompson, CT, promising two days of unparalleled excitement and music. Taking place on July 1 and 2, during the extended Fourth of July weekend, this highly anticipated event is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before. This year’s two-day event features more than 30 electrifying bands spread across two stages, showcasing a diverse range of metal and rock genres. The lineup is stacked with heavy hitters, including the likes of Memphis May Fire, Norma Jean, and A Skylit… Read more »
Polaris are back to claim the metalcore crown with their new album ‘Fatalism’, a summation of the darkness and despair of the last few years.
Following up his recent stint on the road with D.R.U.G.S., Craig Owens has announced an extensive 26-show tour with support from Kurt Travis (Royal Coda, Push Over), Moxy, and Voila joining for the final four shows. The tour will kick off on June 6 in Denver, CO, and run through July 8 where they will wrap up in St. Louis, MO. The tour will feature performances from Owens’ celebrated career, including songs from his discographies with Chiodos, D.R.U.G.S., Cinematic Sunrise, and other projects. On his social platforms, Owens shares, “I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be taking out my… Read more »