Now that winter is almost over, it’s time for bands to start planning their spring and summer tours. The latest group to announce a spring headlining tour is Stolas. They will be heading out on tour March 26, and will wrap things up April 10. You can find a tour flyer with the dates below.
With member changes and a hiatus in their recent past, Yellowcard is still going strong to this day and it looks the band will be taking 2015 by storm.
The band released a new music video via Revolver for the song “Crash The Gates,” which is featured on their latest album, Lift A Sail, which came out last year on Razor & Tie Records. The video consists of shots from the band’s energetic live show tied in with hard hits and fights from around the NHL. You can check out the video below.
The past year has been a busy one for The Used, with the release of their latest album, Imaginary Enemy, and touring through most of 2014 with Hopeless Records label mates Taking Back Sunday.
The band is currently still on the touring cycle for their sixth studio album, yet they’ve announced a subsequent spring tour to further promote it. Direct support will be provided by Every Time I Die, who are still supporting their latest ripper, From Parts Unknown. Marzomets and The Eeries will also be along for the ride, opening for the veteran acts.
Kill Lincoln, ska-punk subhumans from DC, just announced that they will be playing their loud guitars and horned instruments that you stopped playing in 8th grade all across the United States this coming March of 2015. They’ll be hitting a lot of the major markets on their 23-day journey, so if you’re in the area, or not in the area at all and just like ska-punk a lot, you should definitely make a point to lace up your skankin’ shoes.
Joining them on some of their Southern dates is Survay Says!, so check out the poster to see …
This just jumped to top of the most anticipated tours of 2015.
La Dispute and Title Fight will be going on a short but sweet spring co-headlining tour in March/April of next year. The tour will start on March 21 at Fitzgerald’s in Houston, TX and end on April 5 at The Metro in Chicago with direct support from The Hotelier.
This tour announcement comes after a long silence from La Dispute since the release of their latest album, Rooms Of The House, and the recent announcement of Title Fight’s upcoming album, Hyperview.
Check out the dates …
Grand Rapids, Michigan, based shoegaze outfit Cave Needles (ex-Nightlights, Homelife, and You Blew It!) have released a brand new song, entitled “Small World,” for free via Bandcamp. The track comes from the group’s forthcoming self-titled full-length that is set to be released June 28 via Warm Ratio and Disposable America Records.
Along with the new material, Cave Needles have also announced a spring tour, so follow the jump to check out all of the announced dates alongside a stream of “Small World” and see if they are coming to a city near you.
From The Appleseed Cast’s Facebook page, the band has updated a slew of new spring tour dates, some of which include shows with The Sound of Animals Fighting.
The band, who recently released their latest album, Illumination Ritual, (which made my Best Of 2013 In Music, list) has been playing countless shows since its release last April. I was gifted with the chance of seeing them in Cambridge, MA a few weeks before the album came out, and their stellar performance has been constantly reaffirmed in my mind.
As one of the most deserving, and underrated bands currently …
Oh, Ticketfly. You love to ruin the fun of tour promotion.
The last year has been littered with reports of tour websites revealing previously unreleased tour information before bands have had a chance to properly promote their efforts themselves, and today TicketFly pulled back the promotional curtain once more by telling us who will be joining All Time Low on their spring 2014 tour.
It’s been too long since Emery‘s gone on tour, and with spring coming around, it just makes sense for the band to head out once more. The Tooth & Nail / Solidstate Records quartet will be heading out for a quick run of the east coast and midwest of the US, and are taking Wolves At The Gate, The Seeking, and Peace Mercutio along for the ride.
Follow the jump for a look at the upcoming tour dates.
Fall Out Boy’s return to the top of the alternative music world has essentially dominated our newsfeed over the last two weeks. Many of you have been happy about this, but others have expressed a growing distaste in the frequency of these posts. We’ll be the first to admit that the initial days following their confirmation of a comeback were a bit overboard, and now hope to return to our regular posting routine moving forward. That said, here’s another FOB story for all you overcast kids.
To the surprise of no one, tickets for Fall Out Boy’s spring tour quickly …
As the image to the left should make clear, we’ve got another one. Byrce Avary of The Rocket Summer took to Youtube to announce his band was hitting the road in March and April. He’s going to be bringing a few friends along with him as well.
Fans of Breathe Carolina have probably noticed a lack of updates from the band over the last few weeks. Other than a small run of promotion around their Punk Goes Pop 5 contribution, BC masterminds David Schmitt and Kyle Even have been locked away in various studios around the country working hard on what will eventually become their fourth studio album. We were able to catch up with the duo last night on the eve of a major appearance on the hit FUSE show Warped Roadies to discuss their role in the episode and what fans can expect from their …