More Bands Added To Vans Warped Tour 25th Anniversary Events

More bands have been added to the Vans Warped Tour’s 25th anniversary events. You can check out the updated lineups below.

June 8: Cleveland, OH – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame:

Chali 2na & Cut Chemist
Emery
Hawthorne Heights
Meg & Dia
Simple Plan
We The Kings
Peter McPoland And The Haps

June 29-30: Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City Beach:

311
A Day To Remember
Andrew W.K.
Andy Black
Anti-Flag
The Aquabats!
Atmosphere
Atreyu
Bad Religion
Big D And The Kids Table
Blink-182
Bowling For Soup
Chali 2na & Cut Chemist
Circa Survive
CKY
Deadly Apples
Dem Atlas
Dirty Heads
The Doped Up Dollies
Eyes Set To Kill
Four Year Strong
Frank Iero & The Future Violents
Glassjaw
Good Charlotte
H2O
Hidden In Plain View
Hyro The Hero
I The Mighty
Juliet Simms
Kaleido
Less Than Jake
Man Overboard
Meg & Dia
Memphis May Fire
The Menzingers
Not Ur Girlfrenz
The Offspring
Oxymorons
Plague Vendor
Quicksand
Reel Big Fish
Save Ferris
Set It Off
Set Your Goals
Shiragirl
Simple Plan
The Skatalites
Sleeping With Sirens
Stacked Like Pancakes
The Starting Line
The Story So Far
Taking Back Sunday
Tatiana Demaria
The Ones You Forgot
Thrice
Travie McCoy
Trophy Eyes
The Used
Valencia
Wage War
We The Kings

Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre:

July 20:

Anti-Flag
The Aquabats!
Ariana And The Rose
August Burns Red
Bad Religion
Chali 2na & Cut Chemist
Face To Face
FEA
Fishbone
Frank Iero & The Future Violents
Good Charlotte
I The Mighty
Lagwagon
Less Than Jake
Meg & Dia
OFF!
The Offspring
One OK Rock
Ozomatli
Plague Vendor
Save Ferris
Set It Off
Set Your Goals
Silent Planet
Silverstein
Simple Plan
Skating Polly
Travie McCoy
The Vandals
Wage War
We The Kings
The World Over

July 21:

The All-American Rejects
Andrew W.K.
Andy Black
Atreyu
Bad Cop/Bad Cop
Circa Survive
Confide
Dance Gavin Dance
The Dollyrots
Elder Brother
Four Year Strong
Go Betty Go
Hyro The Hero
Jawbreaker
Juliet Simms
Man Overboard
Memphis May Fire
NOFX
Quicksand
Shiragirl
Sleeping With Sirens
The Starting Line
The Story So Far
Street Drum Corps
Sum 41
Teenage Bottlerocket
Thrice
Tsunami Bomb
Twiztid
The Used
Vigil Of War
Whitney Peyton
Yungblud

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August Burns Red Announce “Constellations” 10th Anniversary Tour

August Burns Red will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of “Constellations” on a world tour this year. Silverstein and Silent Planet will open on the North American leg, while ERRA and Currents will open on the European/UK leg.

August Burns Red commented:

“We are very excited to bring everyone the 10 years of ‘Constellations‘ world tour. This is something that fans have been asking for, and we intend to deliver with the most ridiculous production and show we’ve ever put on. ‘Constellations‘ was an extremely important record for the members in the band, so we can’t wait to celebrate with you all!”

Tour Dates:

North America (with Silverstein & Silent Planet):

06/20 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
06/21 Boston, MA – House Of Blues
06/22 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
06/23 Montreal, QC – M Telus
06/25 Toronto, ON – Rebel
06/26 Detroit, MI – Fillmore
06/27 Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom
06/28 Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts
07/01 Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
07/02 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
07/03 Sauget, IL – Pops
07/05 Kansas City, MO – Truman
07/06 Denver, CO – Fillmore
07/07 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
07/09 Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
07/10 Calgary, AB – The Palace Theatre
07/11 Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre
07/12 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
07/13 Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo
07/14 Portland, OR – Roseland
07/16 Sacramento, CA – Ace Of Spades
07/17 San Diego, CA – House Of Blues
07/19 Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues
07/20 Mountain View, CA – Warped Tour
07/21 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
07/23 Las Vegas, NV – House Of Blues
07/24 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee
07/26 Dallas, TX – House Of Blues
07/27 Austin, TX – Emo’s East
07/28 Houston, TX – House Of Blues
07/30 Tampa, FL – Ritz Ybor
07/31 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
08/01 Orlando, FL – House Of Blues
08/02 Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
08/03 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music
08/04 Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
08/06 Charlotte, NC – Fillmore
08/07 Norfolk, VA – Norva
08/08 Silver Spring, MD – Fillmore
08/09 Philadelphia, PA – Fillmore
08/10 Pittsburgh, PA – Roxian Theater
08/11 New York, NY – PlayStation Theater

Australia:

10/11 Melbourne, AUS – 170 Russel
10/12 Sydney, AUS – Metro
10/13 Newcastle, AUS – Cambridge Hotel
10/14 Brisbane, AUS – Triffid
10/16 Perth, AUS – Capitol
10/17 Adelaide, AUS – Lions Art Factory
10/20 Honolulu, HI – The Republik

Europe/UK (with ERRA & Currents):

11/19 Antwerp, BEL – Trix
11/20 Hamburg, GER – Gruenspan
11/21 Berlin, GER – Columbia Theater
11/22 Dresden, GER – Reithalle
11/23 Budapest, HUN – Dürer Kert
11/24 Vienna, AUT – Flex
11/25 Lyon, FRA – Ninkasi Kao
11/27 Paris, FRA – Le Trabendo
11/28 Leeds, UK – Beckett Su
11/29 Bristol, UK – Swx
11/30 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
12/01 Stuttgart, GER – Lka-Longhorn
12/02 Zurich, SWI – Dynamo
12/04 Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
12/05 Cologne, GER – Essigfabrik
12/06 Frankfurt, GER – Batschkapp
12/07 Amsterdam, NET – Melkweg

Lineups Revealed For Vans Warped Tour 25th Anniversary Events

The lineups have officially been revealed for the Vans Warped Tour’s 25th anniversary events. You can check those out below.

June 8: Cleveland, OH – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame:

Chali 2na & Cut Chemist
Emery
Hawthorne Heights
Simple Plan
We The Kings
Peter McPoland And The Haps

June 29-30: Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City Beach:

311
A Day To Remember
Andrew W.K.
Andy Black
Anti-Flag
The Aquabats!
Atmosphere
Atreyu
Bad Religion
Big D And The Kids Table
Blink-182
Bowling For Soup
Chali 2na & Cut Chemist
Circa Survive
CKY
Dem Atlas
Dirty Heads
The Doped Up Dollies
Eyes Set To Kill
Four Year Strong
Frank Iero & The Future Violents
Glassjaw
Good Charlotte
Gym Class Heroes
H2O
Hidden In Plain View
I The Mighty
Juliet Simms
Kaleido
Less Than Jake
Man Overboard
Memphis May Fire
The Menzingers
Not Ur Girlfrenz
The Offspring
Plague Vendor
Quicksand
Reel Big Fish
Save Ferris
Set It Off
Set Your Goals
Simple Plan
The Skatalites
Sleeping With Sirens
Stacked Like Pancakes
The Starting Line
Taking Back Sunday
Thrice
Trophy Eyes
Valencia
Wage War
We The Kings

July 20-21: Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre:

The All-American Rejects
Andrew W.K.
Andy Black
Anti-Flag
The Aquabats!
Ariana And The Rose
Atreyu
August Burns Red
Bad Cop/Bad Cop
Bad Religion
Chali 2na & Cut Chemist
Circa Survive
Confide
Dance Gavin Dance
The Dollyrots
Elder Brother
Face To Face
Fea
Fishbone
Four Year Strong
Frank Iero & The Future Violents
Go Betty Go
Good Charlotte
Gym Class Heroes
I The Mighty
Jawbreaker
Juliet Simms
Lagwagon
Less Than Jake
Man Overboard
Memphis May Fire
NOFX
OFF!
The Offspring
Ozomatli
Plague Vendor
Quicksand
Save Ferris
Set It Off
Set Your Goals
Shiragirl
Silent Planet
Silverstein
Simple Plan
Skating Polly
Sleeping With Sirens
The Starting Line
The Story So Far
Street Drum Corps
Sum 41
Thrice
Tsunami Bomb
The Used
The Vandals
Vigil Of War
Wage War
We The Kings
Whitney Peyton

Concert Review: The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, Silent Planet, & Belmont In Santa Cruz, CA

On February 8, I attended The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, Silent Planet, and Belmont concert at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA and it was a great show.

The event began with a fun performance from pop punk act Belmont. The band were energetic and had great songs that really helped warm everyone up early on in the evening. A highlight from their set was “Pushing Daisies.”

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Silent Planet took the stage next with their unique brand of metalcore. The group take heavy music and mix it with poetic and atmospheric elements, while maintaining a clear and powerful message. It’s definitely an interesting experience to see them live, especially if you don’t know what to expect beforehand. Some highlights from their set included “Native Blood,” “Panic Room,” and “Depths II.”

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After Silent Planet, it was time for the first of the two co-headliners, Senses Fail. The post-hardcore act blasted onstage with “Can’t Be Saved” and just kept rocking from there. Buddy Nielsen may have been the most energetic frontman of the night with crazy dance moves, mic tricks, cartwheels, and more. He was definitely entertaining and the crowd couldn’t get enough. Some highlights from their set included “Lady In A Blue Dress,” “Buried A Lie,” “Elevator To The Gallows,” and their covers medley, which featured System Of A Down’s “Chop Suey.” Drowning Pool’s “Bodies,” Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff,” and Rage Against The Machine’s “Bulls On Parade.”

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Senses Fail finished up and then it was time for the second of the two co-headliners, Australian metalcore act The Amity Affliction. The band stormed the stage with “Drag The Lake” off their latest album “Misery” as the audience screamed with excitement. From there, the group played a balanced set of new and old tracks with each song being executed flawlessly. Ahren Stringer and Joel Birch’s vocals were especially on point. If you have yet to see The Amity Affliction live, it would be worth your while to catch them on their next tour. Highlights from their set included “This Could Be Heartbreak,” “D.I.E.,” “Don’t Lean On Me,” and their encore “All Fucked Up.”

The Amity Affliction’s Joel Birch Calls Out Fan For Wearing Trump Jersey

During The Amity Affliction’s January 5 show at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, NV, Joel Birch called out a fan for wearing a Trump jersey. The vocalist tweeted the following about that:

After the man responded, Birch also added:

Silent Planet were also performing at the show and their singer Garrett Russell tweeted about the guy as well:

[via Alternative Press]

Silent Planet Added To The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, & Belmont Tour

Silent Planet have been added to The Amity Affliction, Senses Fail, and Belmont’s upcoming tour. The band are replacing Bad Omens, who dropped off the trek following some controversy.

Tour Dates:

01/04 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues Anaheim
01/05 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
01/06 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
01/08 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live!
01/09 Houston, TX – House of Blues Houston
01/11 New Orleans, LA – Joy Theater
01/12 Orlando, FL – House of Blues Orlando
01/13 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
01/15 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
01/16 Charlotte NC – The Underground
01/18 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
01/19 Worcester MA – The Palladium
01/20 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall
01/22 New York, NY – PlayStation Theater
01/24 Montreal, QC – Club Soda
01/25 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Theatre
01/26 Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre
01/27 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues Cleveland
01/29 St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
01/30 Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
02/01 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
02/02 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex (Grand Room)
02/04 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
02/05 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
02/07 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
02/08 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
02/09 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent

Silent Planet Premiere “Visible Unseen” Music Video

Silent Planet have premiered a new video for their new song “Visible Unseen.” This track is from the band’s new album “When The End Began,” which will be released tomorrow (November 2).

Garrett Russell commented:

“‘Visible Unseen‘ is about the epidemic of homeless LGBTQ youth — a statistically observable phenomenon where disproportionate numbers of LGBT youth are homeless in America. The song was inspired by heartbreaking conversations I’ve had at shows, hearing the pain of kids who have been abandoned by families and shunned by communities, simply because they don’t fit a traditional paradigm of sexuality.

I call these youths the ‘Visible Unseen’ because this is a phenomenon that is happening around us, but often goes overlooked. So this is an anthem for them, and a challenge for us, to recognize an often-isolated, needing group of young people in our society.”

[via Billboard]