All Good Things have released a cover of Destiny’s Child’s “Survivor.” You can find that track on the service of your choice HERE. You can also find a live video for the song below. The clip is taken from a 2020 livestream concert that the band filmed in a WWII bunker.
Pop Evil and All Good Things have been added to Asking Alexandria’s spring European/UK tour. Here’s the dates for that run:
03/30 Kiev, UKR – Stereoplaza (Asking Alexandria only)
04/01 Moscow, RUS – Adrenaline Stadium (Asking Alexandria only)
04/03 St. Petersburg, RUS – A2 (Asking Alexandria only)
04/05 Munich, GER – Neue Theaterfabrik
04/06 Berlin, GER – Huxley’s
04/08 Haarlem, NET – Patronaat
04/09 Cologne, GER – Essigfabrik
04/11 Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz
04/13 Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute
04/15 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
During P.O.D., From Ashes To New, and All Good Things’ September 21 show at the Zydeco Bar in Birmingham, AL, two fans ended up crashing a car into the building. They have since been arrested.
According to the Birmingham Police Department, the suspects allegedly slammed their car into the venue and took off before they were taken into custody. One person suffered minor injuries. Notably, witnesses also mentioned that the driver was kicked out of the venue earlier that night.
From Ashes To New vocalist Matt Brandyberry discussed the incident in a video that was uploaded to social media:
“Apparently, what happened was this dude got kicked out of our show tonight. And I guess he got mad at the security guard for doing that. I guess they got into a fight and, from what I’m hearing, someone pulled a gun — security pulled a gun or something like that — and they got into a fight. And then this dude left… I guess what ended up happening was after he left, he came back with his car and he tried to run the security guard over. … This dude ran his fucking car into the bar, into the club. … I guess he must’ve hit the security guard, but the security guard seems fine; he’s bleeding, but he seems like he’s fine. But the dude who’s driving the car is mangled. The dude is, like, all messed up.”
All Good Things have premiered a new video for their song “The Comeback.” This track features Craig Mabbitt (Escape The Fate) and it appears on the band’s new album “A Hope In Hell,” which was released on August 20.
All Good Things have premiered a new song titled “The Comeback.” This track features Craig Mabbitt (Escape The Fate) and it will appear on the band’s new album “A Hope In Hell,” which is set to be released on August 20.
All Good Things commented:
“We wrote this song on the plane on the way back from New York when Better Noise offered us a record deal. There was a mix of emotions for us: we were super excited at being able to take our music to the next level with a record label and at the same time, devastating wildfires were destroying much of California and people were losing their homes and everything they owned. The song is about finding a new path when you think all your options are shot, but also it’s about coming together and rebuilding from the ashes.”
“I love working on music. I love hearing new music. I love singing new songs. It’s always flattering to be invited into someone else’s creative vision. I’ve recently become an All Good Things fan because I think they’re doing something really cool, and it’s just an added bonus that we are label family.”
“A Hope In Hell” Track Listing:
02. “Hold On”
03. “For The Glory” (feat. Hollywood Undead’s Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene)
05. “Do It Now” (feat. Hyro the Hero)
06. “Push Me Down”
09. “Lights Out”
10. “The Comeback” (feat. Escape The Fate’s Craig Mabbitt)
11. “Four Letter Words”
12. “End Of The World”
13. “A Hope In Hell”
All Good Things have joined forces with Hollywood Undead’s Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene for a new version of their song “For The Glory.” You can find an official video for that track below. Notably, the clip features footage from the upcoming horror-thriller film “The Retaliators.” All Good Things commented:
“‘For the Glory’ is a swagger anthem about celebrating a hard earned victory against all odds, with all the people around you that helped get you there. We’re so touched by how many people have connected with this song since we first released it. We love collaborating and are so grateful to our friends Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene from Hollywood Undead for hopping on this and taking it to the next level.”
Johnny 3 Tears added:
“It was an honor for us to work with one of the best rock bands making music today. ‘For The Glory’ is already an amazing song, happy we could add our own style to it”