TSSF 2015

The Story So Far Announce Fall Headliner with Basement, Turnover

The Story So Far have been touring relentlessly since the release of their latest full-length back in May, and it seems they have no intention of slowing their roll anytime soon.

Yesterday, the Walnut Creek quintet announced that they would be hitting the road with Basement and Turnover for an extensive North American run that will visit over 20 prominent venues between the US and Canada. The fun begins on October 28 in Ft. Collins, Colorado, and concludes just shy of a month later in Petaluma, California. For additional routing and ticket info, follow the jump below.

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Alaska Announce United States Tour

Nevadan post-hardcore outfit Alaska have announced an extremely lengthy United States tour. With support from Twin Cities, the trek will span 64 dates from September to November and stretch from coast to coast. Along with the tour announcement, Alaska have also revealed plans to release a brand new full-length this December via Soft Speak Records, so we’ll be sure to keep you updated as soon as more details are made known.

Follow the jump to see all of the tour’s confirmed dates and find out if Alaska is coming to a city near you.

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Opeth Announce Co-Headlining Tour Alongside In Flames

In support of their forthcoming record, Pale Communion, progressive rock giants Opeth have revealed plans for a North American winter tour. Stretching from December 3 to 21, the trek will feature co-headliners In Flames alongside direct support from Red Fang.

Follow the jump to check out all of the tour’s confirmed dates and prepare your wallets accordingly as tickets go on sale August 14 and 15. As for Opeth’s new record, multiple songs have been released in anticipation of its drop date, so be sure to check out “Eternal Rains Will Come” and “Cusp of Eternity” if you’ve yet …

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Animals As Leaders Announce North American Tour

Instrumental metal giants Animals As Leaders have announced they are heading out on a lengthy North American tour this winter. Stretching from November 17 to December 17, the trek will find the band co-headlining alongside The Devin Townsend Project with support provided by Monuments.

Tickets are set to go on sale this week, so follow the jump to see if one of this year’s most exciting tours will be coming through your area.

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North Korea Threatens War On US Over Upcoming Seth Rogen Film

This October, funnymen James Franco and Seth Rogen will join forces yet again for The Invterview, an edgy comedy that tells the tale of a talk show host and his producer who manage to snag a once in a lifetime sit-down with Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. As you probably guessed, things don’t quite go according to plan, and the duo becomes ensnared in a government plot to assassinate the North Korean dictator, assumingly for the benefit of the free world.

Franco and Rogen have showcased their uncanny camaraderie on-screen multiple times, and while this latest effort may sound promising …


Phantogram Announce US Tour Dates

Electro pop duo Phantogram started 2014 out strong when they dropped their sophomore album, Voicesin February. They’ve allowed themselves some time to adjust to the positive feedback (like “Fall In Love” receiving 2 million views) before setting up a US tour.

Over the next five months, Phantogram will be hitting up an assortment of festivals—Firefly Music, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits—as well as intimate shows at dance-able venues like NYC’s Pier 97 and Boston’s House of Blues. If you haven’t seen them before, we recommend you go. Their sound illuminates live.

Check out the schedule below:

The 1975

The 1975 Announce Fall North American Tour

The 1975 have unveiled plans to embark on a month-long fall tour of North America.

Hot on the heels of their sold out spring run, The 1975 have announced that they will return to the United States for a second set of shows this fall. Support for the tour has not been revealed at this time, but dates are available and they stretch from November to the first few days of December, starting with a stop in Quebec on November 1. You can view the full itinerary, which stretches coast to coast, at the end of this post.

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The Antlers Announce US Tour

Right on the heels of the announcement that they’ll be releasing a new record, The Antlers have outlined a US tour slotted for this summer. The tour will start a week after the album’s release, beginning in Boston and coming to a close in their own New York City.

The new album, titled Familiarscomes out June 17 via Anti- (and June 16 via Transgressive in the UK). It’s their newest work since 2012’s EPs [together] and Undersea and pre-orders for the LP are ongoing here. With the announcement came new single “Palace” and a scenic, …

Little Dragon

Little Dragon Announce US Tour

Swedish group Little Dragon are on the road for great things this year and they’re going to make sure to bring that goodness to a live setting. The trip-hop / indie-pop (no, they don’t jump rope while singing) band will be hitting up the US this spring and early summer for a short tour. It kicks off at the Soul’d Out Music Festival in Portland and closes in New York City at Terminal 5. See the full list of dates after the jump.

Little Dragon’s new album, Nabuma Rubberband, comes out on May 13. We’ve already gotten a

Cloud Nothings

Cloud Nothings Announce Tour

Hands down one of the top ten albums of 2012 was Cloud Nothings‘ incredible Attack on Memory. A little while ago they announced that a followup LP would be released on April 1 called Here and Nowhere Else. Now they’ve announced a tour starting directly after the album’s release to support it, including dates at Sasquatch Festival.

Last month the band shared a single off of the new album called “I’m Not a Part of Me” that’s, you guessed it, a great. It’s a little less gritty than their last work, but layers a few more …

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Queens of the Stone Age Announce 2014 US Tour

If it feels like Queens of the Stone Age have been working nonstop to support 2013’s …Like Clockwork, then you’re paying attention. The California rock band have been touring the record for almost a year now, and they won’t be stopping anytime soon.

Josh Homme and the crew announced a new batch of US tour dates yesterday that includes their upcoming appearances at Coachella and Sasquatch! this spring. And just in case that wasn’t enough, don’t forget they’re already looking to work on new material. Talk about hard work. Now pause, take a deep breath, and carry on.

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ScHoolboy Q Announces Tour Dates

LA rapper ScHoolboy Q has just announced a long laundry list of US tour dates in support of his upcoming LP, Oxymoron, due out February 25 via Top Dawg Entertainment. The tour kicks off in March and follows through until April where he then flies over to the UK for some time. Opening for him will be labelmate Isaiah Rashad and California rapper Vince Staples.

Schoolboy Q also recently performed “Man of the Year” on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. The Oxymoron track is one of the few we’ve been spinning a lot lately in preparation for the album’s …