Anberlin, The Devil Wears Prada, Anthony Green, Eighteen Visions, Etc. Set For 2022 iMatter Festival

The lineup has been revealed for this year’s iMatter Festival. The event will take place at The L in Horseheads, NY on July 30 and it will feature the following: Anberlin, The Devil Wears Prada, Anthony Green, Eighteen Visions, Hopesfall (“The Satellite Years“ 20th anniversary set), Attack Attack!, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, I Set My Friends On Fire, Wristmeetrazor, Chamber, Prison, Concrete Castles, Rivals, Carly Cosgrove, Kingdom Collapse, Fury In Few, Desolate, Deal With God, and Kept Close.

Unearth, Impending Doom, Etc. Set For 2022 Summit Fest

The lineup has been revealed for this year’s Summit Fest. The event will take place at the Summit County Fairgrounds Arena in Akron, OH on August 27 and it will feature the following: Unearth, Impending Doom, Dropout Kings, Great American Ghost, Hunt The Dinosaur, Hate Theory, The Convalescence, Alukah, The Breathing Process, God Of Nothing, Curses, Desolate, Dead Cassette, Dreamwalker, Sector-442, and The Behest Of Serpents.

Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri Guests On New Absence Of Despair Song “The Skin We Live In”

Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri is featured on a new Absence Of Despair song titled “The Skin We Live In.” This track is from the band’s new album “Desolate,” which will be released tomorrow (September 13).

Absence Of Despair frontman Joe Reynolds told Revolver the following:

“We always love featuring people in our music when we can, and for ‘The Skin We Live In‘ I think we all agree that Frankie was the perfect match. I’ve been a huge fan of Emmure for a while, and we definitely got a lot of influence from them while writing this song.

So when the opportunity came about to have Frankie on the track I was insanely excited. When we were figuring out what verse to have him do, I just kept adding and adding because I knew he was gonna kill it. Then there were a whole bunch of parts that I kept thinking our screams would be sick layered together.

I think overall everything came out amazing. Frankie really captured the emotion of the song and took off with it. We were all blown away when we heard the final product. I couldn’t feel my face.”