Night Fiends, the band featuring Tanner Wayne (In Flames) and pro skater Elliot Sloan, have premiered a new song titled “Lost Without A Trace.” The track, which features Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley and In Flames’ Anders Fridén, can be streamed below:
Night Fiends, the band that was launched by Tanner Wayne (In Flames) and pro skater Elliot Sloan, have premiered a new song titled “Into The Night.” The track, which features Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley and As I Lay Dying’s Nick Hipa, can be streamed below:
Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley is featured on a new Elyne song titled “Light It Up.” You can find an official video for that below. Elyne‘s new album “Art Of Being Human” will be released on March 6. Vocalist Danny Metal commented:
“When we started writing this new album we didn’t have something like this in mind. I remember just being in my studio writing on a piano this song and immediately felt like his voice would have been such a crazy thing. We met Aaron in Italy when we shared the stage together with Of Mice & Men so we had him listen to the song and asked if he’d be up to collaborate and he came up with these amazing vocal lines and lyrics that were 100% perfect for the song. It’s been an easy process and I am so proud to have him on such a special song.”
Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley has revealed that he recently underwent surgery to remove precancerous tissue from his body. The frontman has since been cleared to resume touring and will be returning to the stage at the So What Festival on April 27. Pauley commented:
“Got the call from my doctor following up with results from my surgery. It was a success! All of the precancerous tissue was completely removed, and I get my stitches out on the 24th, meaning I’m officially cleared to return to the road for our first show back on the 27th!”
UPDATE: Pauley has since discussed the situation further:
For those worried, and to squash any fear or speculation, this surgery is unrelated to my ER visit last month. The ER visit was simply a precaution given the symptoms I displayed at the time, and though it was scary, I was given a clean bill of health when I was discharged.
While I can't go into detail about specifics in this issue yet, it's nothing that's arisen from any previous show cancelations or hospitalizations, and nothing related to my voice, nor is it an injury, or anything related to performing. I'll update with specifics as soon as I'm
able to. Just know this was the best thing for my health, and while I'm sad to have to cancel shows, health has to come first. That being said, know that I'm healthy and healing, and the issue was addressed before it became far more serious. I'll see you all soon! 🖤🤘🏻
Of Mice & Men were forced to cancel their show in Hartford, CT last night (March 11) after Aaron Pauley was hospitalized due to a health scare. The bassist/vocalist has since been released and cleared to perform, but he did say it was “one of the scariest days of [his] life.” Pauley tweeted the following:
After a bit of a scare earlier, I'm currently at the hospital being evaluated, per the EMT's direction. Thank you all for the well wishes and good vibes. I'll be sure to update everyone as soon as I get some definitive news. https://t.co/anGhH707mN
Of Mice & Men are currently in the studio recording a new album with producer Josh Wilbur (Lamb Of God, Gojira). Aaron Pauley commented:
“We’re super pumped to be in the studio with Josh, as we’re all big fans of his production and mix discography. When we decided to go heavier with this album, Josh‘s was one of the first names to pop up — and I can tell you, we’re a little over halfway done and it’s sounding huge and heavy, heavenly and absolutely demonic — all rolled into one.”
Of Mice & Men have cancelled their show at The Nile Theater in Mesa, AZ tonight (March 6), due Aaron Pauley’s illness. However, Blessthefall, Cane Hill, Fire From The Gods, and MSCW will still perform.
Of Mice & Men commented:
“Of Mice & Men are unfortunately being forced to cancel their show in at The Nile Theater in Mesa tonight. Aaron visited a doctor yesterday, but is still recovering from illness and is simply not able to perform tonight’s show. Our shows in San Diego and Berkley will go ahead as planned.
Regarding tonight’s show, the rest of the bands on the Defy Tour will still be going ahead with the show, so if you’d like to see Blessthefall, Cane Hill, Fire From the Gods and MSCW, then your ticket for the show will remain valid. If you want a refund however, you can get this from your point of purchase.
We promise we will be back in Mesa very soon to make up for this show. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding- Aaron, Alan, Phil & Tino.”