Breaking Benjamin Announce October Acoustic Shows

Breaking Benjamin have announced that they will be doing a short run of unplugged performances, this October. They will start on October 16 in Clifton Park, NY and will end on October 26 in Stroudsburg, PA.

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Tour Dates:

10/16/14 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY
10/17/14 – Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY
10/19/14 – The Chance – Poughkeepsie, NY
10/21/14 – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
10/23/14 – Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
10/24/14 – The Grand Opera House – Wilmington, DE
10/25/14 – The Paramount – Huntington, NY
10/26/14 – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, PA

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Fozzy Announce Tour With Texas Hippie Coalition/Announce New Bassist

Fozzy have announced a headlining tour with Texas Hippie Coalition and Shaman’s Harvest. The band have also announced that they have tapped Jeff Rouse (Duff McKagan’s Loaded) as their new bassist.

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Tour Dates:

11/20 — Flint, Mich. — Machine Shop
11/21 — Steger, Ill. — Another Hole in the Wall
11/22 — Minneapolis, Minn. — Mill City Nights
11/24 — St. Louis, Mo. — Pop’s
11/25 — Rockford, Ill. — District
11/26 — Kenosha, Wis. — Brat Stop
11/28 — Joplin, Mo. — Rock 3405
11/29 — Lubbock, Texas — Jake’s Backroom
11/30 — Dallas, Texas — Trees
12/02 — San Antonio, Texas — 210 Kaponse Live
12/03 — Houston, Texas — Scout Bar
12/04 — New Orleans, La.– Parish @ House of Blues
12/05 — Destin, Fla. — Club LA
12/06 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Aqua in the Roc Bar Room
12/07 — Cape Coral, Fla.– Dixies Roadhouse
12/11 — Lake Buena Vista, Fla. — House of Blues
12/12 — St. Petersburg, Fla. — State Theater

Pierce The Veil & Sleeping With Sirens Add Second Leg To Their “World Tour”

Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens have announced a second leg of their “World Tour” together. These new dates will kick off January 23 in San Diego, CA and end April 11 in London, England.

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Tour Dates:

1/23 — San Diego, Calif. — Viejas Arena
1/24 – Phoenix, Ariz. — Marquee Theatre
1/26 – San Francisco, Calif. — The Warfield
1/27 – Portland, Ore. — Roseland Ballroom
1/28 – Seattle, Wash. — Showbox Sodo
1/30 – Salt Lake City, Utah — Salt Air
1/31 – Denver, Colo. — The Fillmore
2/2 – Omaha, Neb. — Sokol Auditorium
2/3 – Kansas City, Mo. — Uptown Theatre
2/4 – Minneapolis, Minn. – Myth
2/6 – Chicago, Ill. — Aragon Ballroom
2/7 – Indianapolis, Ind. — Egyptian Room
2/8 – Columbus, Ohio — LC Pavillion
2/10 – Pittsburgh, Penn. — Stage AE
2/11 – Pittsburgh, Penn. — Stage AE
2/13 – Lowell, Mass. — Tsongas Arena
2/14 – Philadelphia, Penn. — Electric Factory
2/15 — Philadelphia, Penn. — Electric Factory
2/17 – New York, N.Y, — Hammerstein Ballroom
2/18 – Silver Springs, Md. — Fillmore
2/20 – Richmond, Va. — The National
2/21 – Charlotte, N.C. — Fillmore
2/22 – Atlanta, Ga. — Tabernacle
2/24 – Miami, Fla. — Fillmore
2/25 – Orlando, Fla. — House of Blues
2/26 – Orlando, Fla. — House of Blues
2/28 – Houston, Texas – Bayou
3/1 – Dallas, Texas — South Side Ballroom
3/3 – San Antonio, Texas — Backstage,
3/4 – Oklahoma City, Okla. — Diamond Ballroom
3/20 — Antwerp, Belgium — Mar Trix
3/21 — Amsterdam, The Netherlands — Melkweg
3/22 – Berlin, Germany — C Club
3/24 — Stockholm, Sweden — Arenan
3/25 — Gothenburg, Sweden — Tradgam
3/26 — Hamburg, Germany — Gruenspan
3/27 — Cologne, Germany — Essigfabrik
3/29 — Norwich, England — Nick Rayns, LCR UEA
3/30 — Portsmouth, England — Guildhall
3/31 — Bristol, England — O2 Academy
4/2 – Manchester, England — Academy 1
4/3 – Leeds, England — O2 Academy
4/4 — Glasgow, Scotland — O2 Academy
4/6 – Newcastle, England — O2 Academy
4/7 — Nottingham, England — Rock City
4/8 — Birmingham, England — O2 Academy 1
4/10 – London, England — Forum
4/11 — London, England — Forum

Noisey Premieres Third Episode Of “NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou”

The third episode of Noisey’s seven part series, “NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou” is now available for viewing. This series was created to view the culture and people, who adopted bands, such as Down, Eyehategod, Goatwhore, Acid Bath etc., in New Orlean, LA.

Check out the latest episode:

Brandon Butler Explains Why He Left Veil Of Maya

Brandon Butler has now issued a statement about why he left Veil Of Maya. The vocalist claims creative differences were the main reason for the split. Despite leaving, Butler still plans to keep music a part of his life.

(Image from Butler's Facebook)

(Image from Butler’s Facebook)

He said the following:

“As most of you know by now I am no longer in Veil of Maya. This decision was one of the toughest ones I have ever made in my life. The journey I have had traveling the world and playing for people who want to hear music I helped create is impossible to describe in words. The last 7 years of my life have been one wild ride and there is nothing I would take back about it.

It was a dream of mine to make an impact with my words, even if in just a few lives. I will NEVER stop being passionate for music and writing as it is a massive part of my life. I feel as if I was on the verge of writing some of my best lyrics yet with the VOM guys and wish I could have showed you all.

Marc, Sam, and Danny are currently working extremely hard on some amazing stuff that I know you guys will enjoy. They have a strong vision for how this album should sound and personally and creatively I had a different view from theirs which caused a wedge between us in this last year. I spent 7 years of my life hanging out with those guys grinding it out on the road and will always love them like brothers regardless of how it ended.

It was an adventure with tons of ups and downs. Thank you so much to everyone who was a part of my time with veil. You changed my life for the better! The biggest thing I will miss is sharing experiences and stories with my friends around the world. Thank you for everything you have given me. VOM has the best fans ever! It was an absolute honor sharing the stage with you all and I’ll miss it. Stay fucking metal \m/”