Senses Fail’s Buddy Neilsen Calls Out Attila’s Chris Fronzak Over His Adult Film Content

Senses Fail’s Buddy Nielsen and Attila’s Chris Fronzak have been feuding ever since Nielsen called out Fronzak in 2014 for his use of homophobic slurs. Now, as reported by The PRP, Neilsen has reignited the fight after slamming Fronzak for his recent adult film content:

Adult performer Rocky Emerson also chimed in:

In the midst of the conversation, Neilsen also commented on the sexual assault allegations against Austin Carlile (ex-Of Mice & Men):

Emerson continued:

John Fenton of Fronzak‘s Stay Sick Recordings also jumped in:

Fronzak has since offered another response:

Senses Fail Working On New Album & Covers Record

Senses Fail have been working on a new album, titled “What The Thunder Said, Hell Is In Your Head,” and a new covers record. The band tweeted the following about the new album:

They also tweeted the following about the covers album:

[via The PRP]

Senses Fail To Begin Recording New Album

Senses Fail will be hitting the studio later this month to begin the recording process for their new album. The band confirmed the news on Twitter:

Senses Fail To Release Re-Recorded Version Of “From The Depths Of Dreams” In September, Share New Video For “Bastard Son”

Senses Fail will be releasing a re-recorded version of their debut EP “From The Depths Of Dreams” on September 6. You can find a new video for the updated version of “Bastard Son” off the effort below:

Buddy Nielsen commented:

“Seventeen years ago we recorded the songs that make up ‘From The Depths Of Dreams‘. It was the spark that started a journey that is still unfolding. We never thought that we’d go anyway, we just wanted to make it out of the basement. We were just a couple of teenagers from NJ trying to write songs to make us feel alive and play in the local scene.

Our aspirations were minimal at best but our results were extraordinary. This re-recording is not to replace what was but to add to the legacy of the songs and show them in a modern light. We haven’t played a lot of these songs for our fans and this release gives us the opportunity to highlight an era of Senses Fail that many of our fans didn’t get a chance to see.”

It’s worth noting that this version of the EP was recorded after the group previously said they were planning on re-releasing older material with vulgar words taken out. As previously reported, the band will also be performing it in full on their fall tour.

Senses Fail To Perform “From The Depths Of Dreams” In Full On Fall U.S. Tour

Senses Fail will be performing “From The Depths Of Dreams” in full on a fall U.S. tour. Hot Mulligan and Yours Truly will open. Buddy Nielsen commented:

“We are very excited to bring a piece of Senses Fail history back and share it with our fans. Our very first EP was the birth of SF and to have a chance to update the sound and play in full was an opportunity we jumped at. We will be playing the EP as well as a greatest hits and rarities set and acoustic songs. We really want our fans to hear some songs that they haven’t heard in years or ever.”

Tour Dates:

09/07 El Paso, TX – Lowbrow Palace (Senses Fail only)
09/10 Oklahoma City, OK – Tower Theatre
09/12 St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar & Hall
09/13 Chicago, IL – Riot Fest (performing “Let It Enfold You“)
09/14 Chicago, IL – Riot Fest (performing “From The Depths Of Dreams“)
09/15 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
09/17 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
09/18 Austin, TX – Barracuda
09/19 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
09/21 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
09/22 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room
09/24 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
09/25 Nashville, TN – The Basement East
09/26 Charlotte, NC – Amo’s Southend
09/27 College Park, MD – Milkboy Arthouse
09/28 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
09/29 Jersey City, NJ – White Eagle Hall
10/01 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
10/02 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
10/03 Lakewood, OH – Phantasy
10/04 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
10/05 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
10/06 Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room
10/08 Denver, CO – Oriental Theater
10/09 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
10/11 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
10/12 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
10/14 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
10/16 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
10/17 Mesa, AZ – Club Red
10/18 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent
10/19 San Diego, CA – House of Blues

Concert Review: The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, Silent Planet, & Belmont In Santa Cruz, CA

On February 8, I attended The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, Silent Planet, and Belmont concert at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA and it was a great show.

The event began with a fun performance from pop punk act Belmont. The band were energetic and had great songs that really helped warm everyone up early on in the evening. A highlight from their set was “Pushing Daisies.”

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Silent Planet took the stage next with their unique brand of metalcore. The group take heavy music and mix it with poetic and atmospheric elements, while maintaining a clear and powerful message. It’s definitely an interesting experience to see them live, especially if you don’t know what to expect beforehand. Some highlights from their set included “Native Blood,” “Panic Room,” and “Depths II.”

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After Silent Planet, it was time for the first of the two co-headliners, Senses Fail. The post-hardcore act blasted onstage with “Can’t Be Saved” and just kept rocking from there. Buddy Nielsen may have been the most energetic frontman of the night with crazy dance moves, mic tricks, cartwheels, and more. He was definitely entertaining and the crowd couldn’t get enough. Some highlights from their set included “Lady In A Blue Dress,” “Buried A Lie,” “Elevator To The Gallows,” and their covers medley, which featured System Of A Down’s “Chop Suey.” Drowning Pool’s “Bodies,” Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff,” and Rage Against The Machine’s “Bulls On Parade.”

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Senses Fail finished up and then it was time for the second of the two co-headliners, Australian metalcore act The Amity Affliction. The band stormed the stage with “Drag The Lake” off their latest album “Misery” as the audience screamed with excitement. From there, the group played a balanced set of new and old tracks with each song being executed flawlessly. Ahren Stringer and Joel Birch’s vocals were especially on point. If you have yet to see The Amity Affliction live, it would be worth your while to catch them on their next tour. Highlights from their set included “This Could Be Heartbreak,” “D.I.E.,” “Don’t Lean On Me,” and their encore “All Fucked Up.”

Senses Fail Premiere “Elevator To The Gallows” Music Video

Senses Fail have premiered a new video for their song “Elevator To The Gallows.” The clip finds the band trying to learn how to win the affection of Demi Lovato. The track appears on their latest album “If There Is Light, It Will Find You.”

Senses Fail Spark Debate After Saying They Are Going Re-Record Songs With Words Like “Bitch” & “Whore” Taken Out Of Them

Senses Fail have revealed that they are planning to re-record earlier tracks like “Bastard Son” and “Handguns And Second Chances” with words such as “bitch” and “whore” removed to make them less offensive. The decision has sparked a debate among fans on Twitter and some of the band’s responses can be found below:

[via Alternative Press]

Silent Planet Added To The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, & Belmont Tour

Silent Planet have been added to The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, and Belmont’s upcoming tour. The band are replacing Bad Omens, who dropped off the trek following some controversy.

Tour Dates:

01/04 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues Anaheim
01/05 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
01/06 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
01/08 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live!
01/09 Houston, TX – House of Blues Houston
01/11 New Orleans, LA – Joy Theater
01/12 Orlando, FL – House of Blues Orlando
01/13 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
01/15 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
01/16 Charlotte NC – The Underground
01/18 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
01/19 Worcester MA – The Palladium
01/20 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall
01/22 New York, NY – PlayStation Theater
01/24 Montreal, QC – Club Soda
01/25 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Theatre
01/26 Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre
01/27 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues Cleveland
01/29 St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
01/30 Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
02/01 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
02/02 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex (Grand Room)
02/04 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
02/05 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
02/07 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
02/08 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
02/09 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent