Strife, Snapcase, & Earth Crisis Postpone East Coast Shows To 2022

Strife, Snapcase, and Earth Crisis have postponed their upcoming East Coast shows. The concerts are now scheduled for May 2022.

Tour Dates:

05/13 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
05/14 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
05/15 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts

Strife issued the following statement:

“We are saddened to announce that we will be postponing the upcoming “Return of the California Takeover” shows to 2022.

When we booked these shows we were all hoping that things would be different and that Coronavirus would be behind us. Unfortunately, we aren’t in a much better place at this time. The safety of the bands, crew, venue staff, and fans are our top priority, and for this reason we have decided to postpone.

We’re deeply sorry for this unfortunate last minute news. New dates have been confirmed, and all tickets will be honored. Buffalo rescheduled to 5/13/22, Philadelphia Saturday show to 5/14/22, and Sunday show to 5/15/22. Refunds for Buffalo show can be requested up to original show date, for the Philadelphia shows there will be a 30 day window for refunds starting today. Our deepest apologies to everyone who planned on attending.”

Earth Crisis, Snapcase, & Strife Announce Second Philadelphia Show

Earth Crisis, Snapcase, and Strife have announced another East Coast show. Here’s their updated schedule:

10/08 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom (with Buried Alive & Restraining Order)
10/09 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts (with Fixation & Envision)
10/10 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts (with Buried Alive & Year Of The Knife)

Earth Crisis, Snapcase, & Strife Planning To Release New “California Takeover” Live Album

Earth Crisis, Snapcase, and Strife are planning to release a new live album featuring tracks from their February 23, 2020 “California Takeover” show in Los Angeles. The effort is expected to be released in October around their upcoming East Coast shows.

Strife’s Andrew Kline told No Echo the following about the upcoming release:

“When we announced the West Coast shows, our old friend Aaron Bruno (Awolnation) approached us about recording the show for a new California Takeover record. His old band, Insurgence, actually played night 2 of the original California Takeover at the Showcase Theatre.

I reached out to all of the bands and every agreed to make it happen. The record was produced by Aaron Bruno and Eric Stenman and engineered and mixed by Eric Stenman. My good friend, Arthur Rizk (Sumerlands, Cold World), mastered the record. I tapped Linas Garsys to do the art and the record will feature a 24X36 poster as well.”

He also added:

“The new record features 4 songs from each band, and like the original features some in between song banter. The set list is totally different, and features songs from across all three band’s discographies. The Return of the California Takeover is set to be released at the end of October on WAR Records. I couldn’t be more excited to be releasing a record like this on my label!”

[via The PRP]

Watch Snapcase Perform “Caboose” With AFI’s Davey Havok In Los Angeles, CA

During Snapcase’s February 23 set at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles, CA, the band were joined onstage by AFI’s Davey Havok. You can see fan-filmed footage of them performing “Caboose“ below:

[via Brooklyn Vegan]

Snapcase Announce Denver, CO Show

Snapcase will be performing at the Oriental Theatre in Denver, CO on February 21. This show will take place right before the band’s upcoming shows with Strife and Earth Crisis. Here’s their updated schedule:

02/21 Denver, CO – Oriental Theatre (with Modern Life Is War, Native Daughters, Implied Risk, and No Takers)
02/22 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall (with Strife and Earth Crisis)
02/23 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom (with Strife and Earth Crisis)

Strife, Snapcase, & Earth Crisis Announce California Shows

Strife, Snapcase, and Earth Crisis have announced two California shows together. Here’s the dates:

02/22 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
02/23 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom