It looks like The Original Misfits will be performing at Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia, PA on December 14. A teaser video for the show was recently posted on Live Nation Philadelphia’s social media accounts and it can be seen below. This news comes after Glenn Danzig previously claimed that the band’s recent New York concert would be their final reunion show.
On October 18-19, numerous rock/metal fans invaded Sin City for the third annual Las Rageous Festival at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. It was a fun weekend full of loud music and good times.
The show kicked off on Friday with killer sets from artists like Words From Aztecs, Dead Girls Academy, and Sigil, before things really got going with awesome sets from He Is Legend and Poppy. Those two really helped bring up the energy to prepare everyone for Fever 333, who were one of the strongest acts of the night, Sleeping With Sirens, Dance Gavin Dance, and The Used. All those incredible bands paved way for the headliners of the evening, Bring Me The Horizon. The band were firing on all cylinders and had top notch stage production, complete with big screens, backup dancers, etc,. that helped make it a night to remember.
As Saturday arrived, there was no shortage of massive amounts of talent. This day kicked off with performances from Navarre, Mynas, Taking Dawn, and The Hu, the latter of which really got the audience fired up. Then it was time to bring on the heavy with Whitechapel, who had everyone raging before two of the best acts of the night took the stage, Beartooth and Atreyu. Their sets were followed by the relentless I Prevail and the phenomenal Chevelle, who got everyone ready for the one and only Rob Zombie. Like Bring Me The Horizon, Zombie’s band came out with all guns blazing and insane stage production with big screens and monsters. It was the perfect way to cap off the weekend, while also preparing everyone for Halloween.
Circa Survive will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of “Blue Sky Noise“ on a 2020 North American tour. You can find the dates for that run below.
03/20 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
03/21 Richmond, VA – The National
03/22 Charlotte, NC – Fillmore
03/24 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
03/25 Orlando, FL – House Of Blues
03/26 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution Live
03/28 Tampa, FL – Jannus Live
03/29 Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall
03/31 Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom
04/01 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
04/03 Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe at Old National Centre
04/04 Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
04/05 Detroit, MI – The Majestic Theatre
04/07 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
04/08 Albany, NY – Upstate Concert Hall
04/10 Toronto, ON – The Opera House
04/11 Montreal, QC – Fairmont Theatre
04/12 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
04/14 Boston, MA – House Of Blues
05/09 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
05/11 Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
05/12 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
05/14 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
05/18 San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom
05/19 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
05/20 Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo
05/22 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst Club
05/25 Las Vegas, NV – House Of Blues
05/26 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
05/28 San Antonio, TX – Vibes Event Center
05/29 Houston, TX – House Of Blues
05/30 Dallas, TX – House Of Blues
06/01 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
06/02 Ft. Wayne, IN – Clyde Theater
06/04 Rochester, NY – Anthology Live
06/05 Hartford, CT – The Webster
06/07 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
Cattle Decapitation have announced an Australasian/New Zealand tour in support of their new album “Death Atlas” (out November 29). Revocation will open during the Australian shows. Here’s the dates:
02/13 Brisbane, AUS – The Brightside
02/14 Sydney, AUS – Factory Theatre
02/15 Newcastle, AUS – Cambridge Hotel
02/16 Canberra, AUS – The Basement
02/19 Melbourne, AUS – Max Watts
02/20 Frankston, AUS – Pelly Bar
02/21 Adelaide, AUS – Enigma Bar
02/22 Perth, AUS – Amplifier Bar
02/25 Wellington, NZ – Valhalla (no Revocation)
02/26 Auckland, NZ – Whammy Bar (no Revocation)
Violent New Breed, the band featuring ex-Escape The Fate bassist/vocalist Max Green, have premiered a new video for their new song “Crazy.” This track is from the band’s new album “Bad Reputation,” which will be released on October 25.
“’Crazy’ is one of my favorite songs on the album. It has a great energy to it, and lyrically, I feel like it’s something everyone can relate to in some aspect. [It] was the second video we shot, and it came together really organically. We rented this rad warehouse that had a bunch of salvage and constructed everything there on the spot. It helped give the video the vibe we were looking for and was a lot of fun. I’ve definitely got to give a shout out to our director Orie McGinnis. That guy is super talented and has a great eye.”
Shawn McGhee added:
“’Crazy’ is such a fun song with a great hook. We had the instrumental for a while before we started working on the lyrics and melody. Max and Sean walked in one day with some stuff written down, and I remember going through some lyrics. The line, ‘I’m going crazy, I’m out of my mind’ stuck out to me. For me, everything about this song is awesome. The energy and way it hits you right out [of] the gate. This track will hold your attention all the way until the end. We threw down some cardboard in the studio and did some locking and popping.”
[via Alternative Press]
As I Lay Dying will serve as the headliners at the 2020 Impericon Festivals. Here’s the dates:
04/11 Leipzig, GER – Messe
04/17 Zurich, SWI – X-TRA
04/18 Oberhausen, GER – Turbinenhalle
04/19 Munich, GER – Zenith
Black Tusk have premiered a new song titled “Gallows Hill.“ This track will appear on the “Savannah True Crime Compilation,“ which is expected to be released in November.
Andrew Fidler commented:
“In Colonial America in from 1692-1693, our country underwent an actual witch hunt that has repeated itself, in various forms, over and over again up to the present day. ‘Gallows Hill‘ is inspired by the history of the Salem Witch trials, in which innocents were persecuted by those who were afraid of anything different.
When we were asked by Graveface to contribute a song to a comp dealing we the subject matter of cults and serial killers and fear of the unknown, we felt it fitting to write about an event that truly cemented the rule of mass hysteria into our cultural and political systems while highlighting a segment of our societies penchant for persecuting a set of ideals or belief system or even just the way a person identifies themselves or how they choose to live outside a set of norms established by religion.
Inspirations for the song aside, this is also the first song we’ve written with longtime collaborator and new guitar player Chris “Scary” Adams. He recorded TCBT for us and did this song as well. We’ve just built a new studio, so be on the lookout for more from us very soon! But in the meantime, we hope you enjoy ‘Gallows Hill‘ and a huge thank you to Ryan from Graveface for making this a possibility.”
Proceeds from the compilation will go towards the Graveface Museum. An Indiegogo campaign has been launched for the museum as well.