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The Amity Affliction Drops Remix Single “Show Me Your God”

Mixing EDM and metalcore is on the rise. The Amity Affliction is the most recent artist to jump on this trend and has reimagined their song “Show Me Your God” with DJ PROBLM CHLD. The bouncy trance, sometimes dubstep-esqe beat, is a different way to listen to the Australian act. Earlier this year, the group also dropped their new album, Not Without My Ghosts, which includes features from phem and posthumous rapper Louie Knuxx. With reworked songs, sometimes it can take time to get used to new sounds, flow, and even sometimes fewer vocals. But guitarist Dan Brown says, “I… Read more »


Escape The Fate Announce Fall “Out Of The Shadows” Tour

Escape The Fate is set to ignite the stage with their highly anticipated fall headline tour, aptly named “Out Of The Shadows.” The post-hardcore mainstays will be supported by Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.), Point North, Stitched Up Heart, and garzi. Amidst their back-to-back performances at the esteemed Slam Dunk Festival in the UK this weekend, Escape The Fate is gearing up to embark on a string of shows across the UK and Europe leading up to performances at Rock Fest in Finland and Hellfest in France. The “Out Of The Shadows” tour will kick off on Aug. 31… Read more »


Rancid Return With “Tomorrow Never Comes,” Announces First Album In 6 Years

Just weeks after Tim Armstrong reunited with Operation Ivy’s Jesse Michaels for the announcement of their new band Bad Optix, Armstrong’s legendary punk rock group Rancid has delivered their new single “Tomorrow Never Comes.” Along with the titular track release, the group has announced their first new album since 2017’s Trouble Maker. Produced by Epitaph founder and Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz, Rancid’s forthcoming album Tomorrow Never Comes will arrive on June 2 via Epitaph and Hellcat Records (Armstrong’s label imprint under Epitaph). Read more: The Maine Announce Details Of 8123 Day The leading single is a crash course in


Spiritbox Perform New Song “The Void” Live on Eternal Blue Headline Tour

Earlier this month, Spiritbox vocalist Courtney LaPlante revealed in an interview with Revolver that the band had a number of new songs waiting to be unveiled following the release of their 2021 debut full-length, Eternal Blue, and their 2022 EP Rotoscope. LaPlante shared with Revolver, “If everything aligns and we feel really strongly that everything hits exactly how we want — the art and the music and the whole thing around it — we’ll want to put this out as soon as possible.” Read more: Trophy Eyes Announce New Brand Album “Suicide and Sunshine” Along With New Single The trio… Read more »


Spiritbox Says They Hope To Release New Music “In The First Half Of The Year”

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last two years, everyone is aware of the impact that Spiritbox has had on the metal and alternative music communities since their debut studio album, Eternal Blue, dropped in 2021. Quickly followed up by their 2022 EP Rotoscope, Spiritbox has launched itself into the stratosphere and ignited a fire within their fanbase. In an all-new interview with Revolver, vocalist Courtney LaPlante revealed that the trio may be heading toward a hat trick with new music already geared up to release in 2023. LaPlante is eager to share the group’s latest creations… Read more »


Tove Lo Drops East Coast Dates Following Performance on “The Late Late Show”

Last Night Tove Lo took to the stage on The Late Late Show with James Corden alongside SG Lewis to perform their new collaborative song “Call On Me” from her most recent album Dirt Femme. Fresh off this performance, Tove Lo has announced additional east coast dates to her extensive tour, spanning from April to September of this year. She is now set to perform in New York City and Boston before closing the tour out with two nights in Washington D.C. Tickets for the new dates will go on sale this Thursday, April 13th at 10am local time. Tove… Read more »

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