P.O.D. have announced a headlining tour with Islander and Ded. Check out the dates for that run below.
01/18 Savannah, GA – Stage On The Bay (no Islander)
02/01 Jacksonville, NC – Tarheel (no Islander)
02/08 Covington, KY – Madison Live
02/11 Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall
02/13 Sturgis, MI – Nikkis (no Ded)
02/14 West Dundee, IL – Rockhaus
02/15 Bloomington, IL – Castle Theatre
02/16 Racine, WI – Route 20
02/20 Del City, OK – The Ruins OKC
02/21-23 Houston, TX – Proof Bar
02/24 Dallas, TX – Canton Hall
02/25 Lubbock, TX – Jakes Backroom
In This Moment have announced a 2018 headlining tour. P.O.D., New Years Day, and Ded will also join them on select dates.
01/16 Charleston, SC – North Charleston Performing Arts Center
01/17 Augusta, GA – Miller Theater
01/19 St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live
01/20 Jacksonville, FL – Florida Theatre
01/26 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
01/27 Cape Coral, FL – 93x WXNW Block Party
01/28 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
01/30 Columbia, SC – Music Farm
01/31 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
02/02 Columbus, OH – Express Live
02/03 Louisville, KY – Louisville Palace Theatre
02/06 Evansville, IN – Victory Theatre
02/07 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit
02/09 Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
02/10 Niagara Falls, NY – Rapisd Theatre
02/12 London, ON – London Music Hall
02/13 Montreal, QC – MTelus (feat. Stone Sour & The Dead Deads)
02/14 Toronto, ON – Rebel (feat. Stone Sour & The Dead Deads)
02/17 Kansas City, MO – Voodoo Lounge
02/18 St/ Paul, MN – The Palace
Marilyn Manson and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have both dropped off the 2017 Aftershock festival. With them gone, Butcher Babies and Palaye Royale have been added The event will take place at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA on October 21-22, and the updated schedule can be seen below.
Monster Energy Stage:
08:20pm – Nine Inch Nails
06:20pm – Run The Jewels
04:35pm – Stone Sour
03:10pm – Eagles Of Death Metal
01:55pm – Nothing More
12:45pm – Greta Van Fleet
11:40am – Palaye Royale
Pop Evil have announced a headlining tour with Ded and Lionize. Check out the dates below.
11/16 Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall
11/17 Dayton, OH – Oddbody’s Music Room
11/20 Warrendale, PA – Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
11/21 Joliet, IL – The Forge
11/24 Evansville, IN – K.C.’s Time Out
11/25 Springfield, MO – Regency Live
11/26 Huntsville, AL – Sammy T’s Music Hall
Ded have premiered a new video for “Remember The Enemy,” via Loudwire. The clip was directed by Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst, and the song appears on the band’s album “Mis•an•thrope.”
Joe Cotela said the following about the song:
“‘Remember The Enemy‘ is a song about self-reflection. A couple years ago I started defeating myself with anxiety and depression. I was taking a lot of Xanax and medicating heavily with booze. It was at some point in there that I realized that I am in control of all of this.
My brain and my thoughts only exist in ways that I allow them to. A great quote I came across summed it up: “The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you do.’”
“I started going to cognitive therapy. I had to stop what I was doing, honestly look at myself and pick my ass up! I got mad at the anxiety/depression, I made it my ‘enemy.’ I had to beat the shit out of it and stomp it out. I was in my own way, my own worst enemy. It hasn’t completely gone away, it still rears its ugly fucking face at times – but now I know what the fucker looks like and how to deal with it.”
He also added:
“We shot the video for ‘Remember The Enemy‘ in Griffith Park in Los Angeles. The old abandoned L.A. Zoo, that was opened in 1912 and closed in 1965 has since turned into a hidden park/hiking destination. It is really eerie and is supposed to be haunted by the animals that were once imprisoned there in such obsolete, harsh conditions. They also shot that scene from the Will Ferrell ‘Anchorman‘ movie there — the scene where they fall into the bear pit (laughs).”
“Fred picked out the location and had the vision before we even got there. This is the second video we’ve shot with him and we had total faith in him. Once we got there we saw the vision and were instantly blown away. We really went for a dark, nightmarish horror movie vibe.
Fred is just so beyond legit with this stuff, every location we shot in the park was exactly what we were looking for and it’s just so effortless to collaborate with him. He does push you really hard though! The scene where I’m in the cage went on for a while and I came out of there with a broken toe (laughs). We hope you enjoy RTE!”
The 2017 Revolution Rock Festival, which was set to take place at Foxwoods Resort & Casino in Mashantucket, CT, has been cancelled. You can read an official statement regarding that below.
Revolution Rock Festival producers announced today that, due to circumstances beyond their control, the festival has been canceled this year. The event was to be held outdoors at Foxwoods Resort Casino on September 8-9, 2017.
“We offer our sincerest apologies to the artists that were set to perform and to the fans that were planning on attending Revolution Rock this year,” commented festival co-producers AEG Presents and Foxwoods Resort Casino.
‘Our hope is to recalibrate and return in 2018 with an even better festival experience for the incredible rock fans of New England.’
Refunds will be offered to all ticket purchasers beginning today at 5:00 PM and will be initiated by the ticketing company.”