Bring Me The Horizon, Architects, Anaal Nathrakh, Etc. Songs Featured On Soundtrack For “Watch Dogs: Legion”

The latest installment in the “Watch Dogs” video game series, “Watch Dogs: Legion,” was officially released yesterday (October 29) and it features a number of metal artists on the soundtrack. Among the bands included are Bring Me The Horizon, Architects, Anaal Nathrakh, Bolt Thrower, Angel Witch, and more.

Here’s the full track listing:

  • Alt-J – “Breezeblocks”
  • Anaal Nathrakh – “Hold Your Children Close And Pray For Oblivion”
  • Angel Witch – “Death From
  • Andromeda”
  • Apollo Junction – “Begin”
  • Architects – “Hereafter”
  • Bad Sounds – “Milk It”
  • Baddiel, Skinner, & The Lightning Seeds – “Three Lions”
  • Beethoven – “Symphony No. 9”
  • Big Shaq – “Man Don’t Dance”
  • Biomechanical – “The Empires Of The Worlds”
  • Black Honey – “Hello Today”
  • Bloc Party – “Banquet”
  • Blur – “Song 2”
  • Bolt Thrower – “Inside The Wire”
  • BONES UK – “Creature”
  • Boston Manor – “Hate You”
  • Breton – “Titan”
  • Bring Me The Horizon – “Mantra”
  • Busted – “Reunion”
  • Coax – “Over It”
  • Continents – “Life Of Misery”
  • Curbi – “Polar”
  • Daniel Blume – “Tonight”
  • Demons Of Ruby Mae – “Synesthesia”
  • Diamond Eyes – “Run Away”
  • Everyone You Know – “Sinners”
  • Fatboy Slim – “The Rockafeller Skank”
  • Foals – “Exits”
  • Foals – “In Degrees”
  • Frank Turner – “Recovery”
  • Gorillaz – “Feel Good Inc.”
  • Haggard Cat – “Grave Digger”
  • HitRecord – “I Am Your Virus”
  • HitRecord – “Riot”
  • HitRecord – “Rise For War”
  • Inja vs. Whiney – “Crooked Flex”
  • Isaiah Dreads – “Chill”
  • Janus Stark – “Enemy Lines”
  • KSI & Randolph – “Red Alert”
  • Lady Leshurr – “Queen’s Speech, Ep. 4”
  • Lily Allen – “Fuck You”
  • Metrik – “Cadence” (Metrik Goes Halftime remix)
  • Monico Blonde – “Breathe”
  • Mozart – “Requiem”
  • Mozart – “Symphony No. 40”
  • Muse – “Bliss”
  • Mussorgsky – “Night On Bald Mountain”
  • Muzzy – “In The Night” (feat. Sullivan King)
  • New Gen – “Man Of The Hour” (feat. Jevon)
  • Richard Wagner – “Ride Of The Valkyries”
  • Sam Fender – “Spice”
  • Savage Messiah – “Hellblazer”
  • Shiners – “Pressure”
  • Slumberjack & Machine Age – “Daggers”
  • Stiff Little Fingers – “Alternative Ulster”
  • Stormzy – “Rainfall” (feat. Tina Major9)
  • Stormzy – “Big for Your Boots”
  • The Libertines – “Up the Bracket”
  • The Prodigy – “Light Up the Sky”
  • Tokyo Taboo – “Make It Out Alive”
  • YONAKA – “Fired Up”

Pitchshifter Release “EFKD 2020” EP

Pitchshifter have released a new EP titled “EFKD 2020.“ The effort, which can be purchased HERE, features several new versions of “Everything’s Fucked“ featuring members of Static-X, Fear Factory, Bullet For My Valentine, etc.

JS Clayden commented:

“I thought that everything was as messed up as it was going to get in the year 2000 when we originally released the ‘Everything’s F**ked’ single; but we’re two decades down the road and the lyrics are still applicable. We’re living in a slow-motion apocalypse. What better way to finally jockey clown ship earth off the bluffs than a re-issue of a 20-year-old tune lamenting the madness with a bunch of like-minded deviant provocateurs, and some live dates?”

Here’s the various guests:

– Tony Campos (Static-X)
– Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory)
– Jason Bowld (Bullet For My Valentine)
– Arya Goggin (Skindred)
– Zak Tell (Clawfinger)
– Patrik Wiren (Misery Loves Company)
– Frank Turner
– Mikee Goodman (SikTh)
– Jot Maxi (Hacktivist)
– Adam Frakes-Sime (Stamping Ground)
– Karl Middleton (Earthtone9)
– Paul Fletcher (Romeo Must Die)
– Dan Cook (Raging Speedhorn)
– Frank Regan (Raging Speedhorn)
– Kit Conrad (Seething Akira)
– Charlie Bowes (Seething Akira)

Here’s the band’s 2021 dates:

11/29 Wolverhampton, UK – KK’s Steel Mill
11/30 Manchester, UK – Manchester Academy
12/01 Bristol, UK – SWX (with Raging Speedhorn)
12/02 London, UK – Highbury Garage
12/03 London, UK – Highbury Garage (with Hangman Hill)
12/04 Nottingham, UK – Rock City (with Raging Speedhorn)
12/05 Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms

“Fest 19” Postponed To 2021

This year’s edition of The Fest has been postponed to 2021. The event will be held in Gainesville, FL on October 29-31 and it will feature: Gorilla Biscuits, Frank Turner, The Menzingers, Sparta, Torche, Teenage Bottlerocket, Comeback Kid, Sheer Mag, War On Women, and more. Organizers issued the following statement:

“Fest 19 is being postponed to October 29, 30, 31, 2021. We know it has been a hard year for everyone so far, and we do not think it’s possible to safely hold a music festival anytime soon. Luckily we’ve confirmed a ton of bands for the new dates, and we got more coming still! If you bought a pass, hotel or merch; please lookout for an e-mail from Sarasvati with instructions on how to roll those over or get a refund. Please continue doing your part to push our leaders to protect people over profits, stand up for positive social change, and wear a mask! Thank you so much for your patience and we hope to see everyone at Fest 19 in 2021! Full details at: thefestfl.com

My Chemical Romance, The Darkness, Quicksand, Etc. Members Cover The Ramones’ “I Believe In Miracles”

Boris Pelekh (Gogol Bordello, Hey Guy) has brought together a group of various musicians to cover the Ramones’ “I Believe In Miracles” to raise money for a GoFundMe page that was launched in support of Partners In Health. In addition to Pelekh, the performance also features: Justin Hawkins (The Darkness), Frank Turner, Walter Schreifels (Quicksand, Gorilla Biscuits, Youth of Today), Eugene Hutz (Gogol Bordello), Tom Higgenson (Plain White T’s, Million Miler), Brett Anderson (The Donnas), Michael Miley (Rival Sons) Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance, Frank Iero and the Future Violents), Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas (MuteMath, Pink Dust), and Nathen Maxwell (Flogging Molly).

Pelekh, whose mother works as a staff nurse at New York Presbyterian/Queens hospital, commented:

“It was roughly around late March 2020 when her hospital became a central hotspot of the pandemic in NYC, and her unit was repurposed for COVID-19 patients.

The situation was growing more and more grim by the day, as I would get reports from her every night. It became very tough for me to simply isolate at home and not try and help somehow. Since I play guitar in a very influential punk-rock band; Gogol Bordello, I decided to grab a bunch of friends from other beloved rock and punk bands to come together virtually, and make a multimedia version of a hopeful and anthemic punk-rock song. I wanted to raise people’s spirits and help fund a charitable organization dealing with COVID-19.

My mom always complained about the lack of PPE in her hospital, so I went out searching for a charitable organization that specifically funded PPE and other medical equipment for healthcare workers. I found the highly reputable Partners In Health who were very closely aligned with my objective and were working on an international level.

I picked one of the most timeless punk bands from Queens; Ramones. Their song ‘I Believe in Miracles’ could not be a better fit. Partners In Health loved the idea and we quickly affiliated to get this video to be a fundraiser for PPE and other medical equipment across the world. With all set in place, the individual band members sent me their parts, and I threw together this multimedia collaboration of Ramones’ ‘I Believe in Miracles.’

#rockforhopeproject’s motto is simple, ‘If you’re not in the position to give, share this video with someone that is.’”

[via Loudwire]

Hot Water Music, Torche, Sparta, Etc. Set For 2020 The Fest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2020 edition of The Fest. The event will take place on October 30 – November 1 in Gainesville, FL.

Here’s the initial lineup:

  • Hot Water Music (performing “A Flight And A Crash” on night 1, all request set on night 2)
  • Cursive (20th anniversary of “Domestica” set)
  • Samiam (20th anniversary of “Astray set)
  • Frank Turner
  • The Flatliners (10th anniversary of “Cavalcade” set)
  • Red City Radio
  • Strike Anywhere
  • Torche
  • A Wilhelm Scream
  • Good Riddance
  • Sparta
  • The Applesee Cast
  • Tim Barry
  • Modern Life Is War
  • Mustard Plug
  • The Bad Signs
  • Bong Mountain
  • The Copyrights
  • Criteria
  • Dead Bars
  • Devon Kay & The Solutions
  • Dikembe
  • Dollar Signs
  • The Farewell Bend
  • Giants Chair
  • Gouge Away
  • Graduating Life
  • Kill Lincoln
  • Makewar
  • Mock Orange
  • Moving Targets
  • Origami Angel
  • Pool Kids
  • Prince Daddy & The Hyena
  • Signals Midwest
  • Sincere Engineer
  • Skatune Network
  • Slingshot Dakota
  • Such Gold
  • Taking Meds
  • Typesetter
  • We Are The Union
  • Wolf-Face
  • Zeta
  • After The Fall
  • Answering Machine
  • Articles
  • Billy Liar
  • Cabana Wear
  • Cold Wrecks
  • Debt Neglector
  • Demons
  • Elders
  • Expert Timing
  • I Like Allie
  • Insignificant Other
  • Jail Socks
  • Kali Masi
  • Lapêche
  • Leg Biters
  • Little Teeth
  • Lone Wolf
  • Lost Love
  • Machinist!
  • New Junk City
  • Niiice.
  • Pity Party
  • Phogoh
  • Rational Anthem
  • Reconciler
  • Riskee & The Ridicule
  • S.M.N.
  • The Scutches
  • Secret Spirit
  • Spells
  • Sports Reference
  • Suck Brick Kid
  • Sunliner
  • Teen Agers
  • Telethon
  • Tim Holehouse
  • Virginity
  • Woolbright
  • You Vandal
  • Amygdala
  • Brightr
  • Carpool
  • Consent
  • Dead Friends
  • Dog Party
  • Echo Base
  • Ghouli
  • Guilhem
  • Gutless
  • The Longest Hall
  • Menagramo
  • Original Sharkes
  • Postage
  • Soft Clicks
  • Sparrows

The Armed Seem To Be Trolling Frank Turner & Frank Carter With Their New Song “Ft. Frank Turner”

The Armed have released a new song titled “Ft. Frank Turner” as part of the Adult Swim Singles series. However, the track has been met with controversy from Frank Turner, who told Stereogum that the band took some vocals from one of his unreleased demos: “I was not at any point aware this was happening, don’t know the band personally (though I am a casual fan), and didn’t clear this.” The band seemed to address those claims saying: “CHECK OUT OUR NEW-ASS, 80-SECOND LONG-ASS, RIDDLED WITH UNCLEARED SAMPLES-ASS SONG ‘FT. FRANK TURNER’…” They also posted another statement saying: “It saddens us to hear that he’s upset about the song. We’ve been big fans of Gallows for a long time.” Obviously, Turner wasn’t a member of Gallows, but Frank Carter was and his picture is oddly being used as the single’s artwork. An official video for the track is expected to be released tomorrow (June 6).

[via The PRP]

Lineup Revealed For 2018 Vans Warped Tour

The lineup has officially been revealed for the final cross-country touring edition of the Vans Warped Tour. You can check out who will be playing each stage below.

Journeys Left Foot Stage:

3OH!3 (6/21-8/5)
Asking Alexandria (7/22-7/28)
Beartooth (7/19-7/21)
Black Veil Brides (6/21-7/1)
Bowling For Soup (7/6-7/16, 7/18-7/21)
Frank Turner (7/24-7/26)
The Interrupters (7/14, 7/15, 7/17-7/19, 7/21-7/25, 7/28-8/5)
Knuckle Puck (6/21-8/5)
Mayday Parade (6/21-8/5)
Reel Big Fish (6/21-8/5)
State Champs (6/21-8/5)
SUM 41 (7/17)
Taking Back Sunday (6/24)
This Wild Life (6/21-8/5)
Waterparks (6/21-8/5)

Journeys Right Foot Stage:

All Time Low (6/22-6/24)
Falling In Reverse (6/26-7/16)
Four Year Strong (6/21-7/29)
ISSUES (6/21-8/5)
Less Than Jake (7/18-7/20, 7/22-7/27, 7/29-8/5)
Movements (6/21-8/5)
Real Friends (6/21-8/5)
Simple Plan (6/21-8/5)
The Maine (6/21-8/5)
The Used (6/21-7/10)
Tonight Alive (6/21-8/5)
We The Kings (6/21-8/5)

Mutant Red Dawn Stage:

Chelsea Grin (6/21-8/5)
Deez Nuts (6/21-8/5)
Ice Nine Kills (6/21-8/5)
Kublai Kahn (6/21-8/5)
MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE (6/21-8/5)
Sharptooth (6/21-8/5)
Silverstein (7/17-7/20, 7/25-7/28)
The Amity Affliction (6/21-8/5)
Twiztid (6/21-8/5)
Wage War (6/21-8/5)

Mutant White Lightning Stage:

August Burns Red (7/29-8/5)
Crown The Empire (6/21-8/5)
Dayseeker (6/21-8/5)
Every Time I Die (6/21-8/5)
Hail The Sun (6/21-8/5)
Harm’s Way (6/21-7/23)
In Hearts Wake (6/21-8/5)
Knocked Loose (7/10, 7/18, 7/19, 7/21, 7/24)
Motionless In White (6/21-8/5)
Nekrogoblikon (6/21-8/5)
Underoath (7/16-7/18)
Unearth (6/21-8/5)

Owlfy.fm Stage:

As It Is (6/21-8/5)
Assuming We Survive (6/21-8/5)
Broadside (7/10-8/5)
Capstan (7/10-8/5)
Chase Atlantic (6/21-7/31)
Dead Girls Academy (6/21-7/8)
Doll Skin (6/21-8/5)
Don Broco (6/21-8/5)
Grayscale (6/21-8/5)
Makeout (6/21-8/5)
Palaye Royale (6/21-8/5)
Phinehas (6/21-7/8)
Picturesque (6/21-7/8)
Sleep On It (7/10-8/5)
Story Untold (6/21-8/5)
Trash Boat (6/21-8/5)
With Confidence (6/21-8/5)

Full Sail Stage:

Farewell Winters (6/21-8/5)
Lighterburns (6/21-8/5)

Special guests are expected to appear at select dates as well.

Tour Dates:

06/21 Pomona, CA – Pomona Fairplex
06/22 San Diego, CA – Qualcomm Stadium Lot
06/23 Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre
06/24 Ventura, CA – Ventura County Fairgrounds
06/28 Phoenix, AZ – Ak-Chin Pavillion
06/29 Las Vegas, NV – Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
06/30 Salt Lake City, UT – USANA Amphitheatre
07/01 Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
07/03 St. Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
07/05 Bonner Springs, KS – Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
07/06 Dallas, TX – Starplex Pavilion
07/07 San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
07/08 Houston, TX – NRG Park
07/10 Nashville, TN – Tennessee State Fairgrounds
07/12 Virginia Beach, VA – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
07/13 Camden, NJ – BB&T Pavilion
07/14 Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center
07/15 Hartford, CT – Xfinity Theatre
07/16 Pittsburgh, PA – Keybank Pavilion
07/17 Toronto, ON – The Flats at Budweiser Stage
07/18 Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Blossom Music Center
07/19 Cincinnati, OH – Riverbend Music Center
07/20 Detroit, MI – Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
07/21 Chicago, IL – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
07/22 Minneapolis, MN – Canterbury Park
07/23 Milwaukee, WI – Marcus Amphitheatre
07/24 Noblesville, IN – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
07/25 Darien Center, NY – Darien Lake PAC
07/26 Scranton, PA – The Pavilion at Montage Mountain
07/27 Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center
07/28 Wantagh, NY – Nikon at Jones Beach Amphitheatre
07/29 Columbia, MD – Merriweather Post Pavilion
07/30 Charlotte, NC – PNC Music Pavilion
07/31 Atlanta, GA – Cellairis Amphitheatre
08/02 Jacksonville, FL – The Old Cypress Lot near Met Park
08/03 Orlando, FL – Tinker Field
08/04 Tampa, FL – MidFlorida Credit Union Ampitheater
08/05 West Palm Beach, FL – Coral Sky Ampitheatre