Danzig Announces “Danzig Sings Elvis” Shows

Glenn Danzig will be performing Elvis Presley songs during two special shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles. The concerts, which will feature a “small special Vegas-Club vibe,” will take place around the release of the frontman’s Elvis covers album “Danzig Sings Elvis“ (out April 17). Here’s the dates:

04/17 San Francisco, CA – Bimbo’s 365 Club
04/22 Los Angeles, CA – Roosevelt Hotel Grand Ballroom

Candlebox’s Original Lineup To Reunite To Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of “Lucy”

Candlebox’s original lineup will be reuniting to celebrate the 25th anniversary of “Lucy.” The group will be playing two dates including “An Evening With Candlebox” acoustic show at The Crocodile in Seattle, WA on October 2 and a “25th Anniversary Of Lucy And 30 Years Of Greatest Hits” show at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA on October 3. Walking Papers and Peter Cornell will serve as support at the second show.

Glassjaw Announce Second Brooklyn “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence” 20th Anniversary Show

Glassjaw have added another date to their mini “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence“ 20th anniversary tour. Here’s their updated schedule:

05/23 Irvine, CA – Chain Fest
05/27 Boston, MA – Royale
05/28 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
05/29 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw

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Glassjaw Announce “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence” 20th Anniversary Shows

Glassjaw will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence“ with some special shows in May. Here’s the dates:

05/23 Irvine, CA – Chain Fest
05/27 Boston, MA – Royale
05/29 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw

The Juliana Theory To Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of “Emotion Is Dead” At Special Shows

The Juliana Theory have announced some special shows with Mae. The concerts will find The Juliana Theory celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Emotion Is Dead” and Mae celebrating the 15th anniversary of “The Everglow.” Here’s the dates:

06/13 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall Of Williamsburg
06/27 Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy Theatre

The Juliana Theory‘s Brett Detar commented:

“20 years ago a little band of friends from a small town in Pennsylvania released an album we recorded on a shoestring budget in a converted garage. We were barely as old then as the record is now and some of us were younger than that but it changed all of our lives. Time moves so quickly but our connection to those magic-fill days of our youth is something that never really fades.

When Josh and I hit the road this past fall to play an acoustic tour we had an absolute blast reconnecting with each other, with these old songs, and especially with all of you who came out to sing along with us. That was the first real tour any version of the band had done in 14 years – but only a few months prior to that we genuinely didn’t know if we would ever play together again as a band.

Sometimes life has a way of taking the plans you make and laughing at them. Things that you have every intention of making happen sometimes fall apart in ways that are out of your control. I guess that’s a part of being human. But seeing so many of you come out to embrace the stripped down acoustic version of TJT warmed our hearts. Without fail, the number one question we got every night was “When will you play full band shows again?” Thank you for that – we listened.

So, for the 20th anniversary of Emotion Is Dead we will be playing the album in its entirety at a small number of shows, and to make it extra special we are teaming up with our friends in MAE who will be playing the 15th anniversary of their album The Everglow. Oh and don’t think we forgot, because like I said – we are listening to you all, we’ve partnered with our old friends at Tooth & Nail and Unoriginal Vinyl to finally give the album its long overdue second pressing on vinyl (and first as a double LP).

We will have a hand full of limited pressings with us at these shows and let me just say that they look gorgeous. We love ya and look forward to seeing you and thank you from the bottom of our hearts for still having a special place in yours for Emotion is Dead and a little band from Pennsylvania called Juliana Theory.
– xo, Brett“

Incubus Announce Las Vegas “Make Yourself” 20th Anniversary Shows

Incubus will continue to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 1999 album “Make Yourself“ with some special “encore performances” at the Pearl Concert Theater in Las Vegas, NV. Those shows will take place on May 22-23. In other news, the band have also posted another teaser for their new song “Our Love.” A video for that track is expected to be released on January 31.

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Failure To Perform “Comfort,” “Magnified,” & “Fantastic Planet” In Full At July Shows, Announce New Vinyl Box Set

Failure will be performing “Comfort,“ “Magnified,” and “Fantastic Planet“ in full during three-night residencies in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. With this news, the band have also announced that they will be releasing a new vinyl set featuring those records. The release, which is titled “Failure: 1992-1996,” will be available on April 7.

The band issued the following statement:

“We will be playing our first three albums: Comfort, Magnified and Fantastic Planet, in their entirety in a trio of July residencies: July 9 to 11 at Chicago’s Thalia Hall, July 16 to 18 at The Echoplex in Los Angeles and July 23 to 25 at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom.

We have also announced an April 7 release of FAILURE 1992-1996, a four-piece vinyl box set featuring the three ‘90s-era albums. With the original masters finally being unearthed, Comfort, Magnified and Fantastic Planet have been meticulously restored, remixed, and remastered by Ken to a new level of sonic fidelity that eclipses all previous iterations of the band’s early work.

‘Almost everything people have heard from these albums has been sourced from 16bit digital files made in the ‘90s, which was state of the art at the time,’ explains Ken. ‘But when we found out we were getting our hands on the original analog master tapes, and with all the confusion and lack of quality control on several of the previous iterations, we set out to create the definitive versions of Comfort, Magnified and Fantastic Planet. Everything has been sourced directly from first generation multitrack and stereo master tapes. This is us finally getting to present our early work the way we’ve always wanted to.’

In addition to all the originally released songs from the three albums, we have discovered several unreleased songs which have also been restored and will be included in the box set. ‘Listening to the b-sides and outtakes from that first year of being a band takes me right back to playing the tiny stage at Jabberjaw in Los Angeles,’ added Greg. ‘It’s always surprising to me how much of the expansiveness and atmosphere of the later records exist in embryonic form on those earliest stripped-down recordings.’

‘These new versions have all the magic from the originals, but now, instead of looking through a hazy pane of glass, the window has been completely opened and you can hear all the elements in their full glory,’ said Kellii.

FAILURE: 1992 to 1996 is available exclusively via Failure.hellomerch.com with pre-orders available now. Bundled packages, featuring the box set and various VIP or ticketing packages, are available via Failure.soundrink.com.

FAILURE: 1992 – 1996 tracklist:

Comfort

Submission
Macaque
Something
Screen Man
Swallow
Muffled Snaps
Kindred
Pro-Catastrophe
Princess
Salt Wound

Magnified

Let It Drip
Moth
Frogs
Bernie
Magnified
Wonderful Life
Undone
Wet Gravity
Empty Friend
Small Crimes

Fantastic Planet

Saturday Saviour
Sergeant Politeness
Segue 1
Smoking Umbrellas
Pillowhead
Blank
Segue 2
Dirty Blue Balloons
Solaris
Pitiful
Leo
Segue 3
The Nurse Who Loved Me
Another Space Song
Stuck On You
Heliotropic
Daylight

Outtakes (not listed in sequence):

Petting the Carpet
You’re Too Much *
Gone
Lunch *
Pennies *
Rat Sack *
Wake Up
Count My Eyes *
Comfort *
Solaris 2014

* – Previously unreleased

Tour dates:

July 9 Chicago, IL Comfort at Thalia Hall
July 10 Chicago, IL Magnified at Thalia Hall
July 11 Chicago, IL Fantastic Planet at Thalia Hall
July 16 Los Angeles, CA Comfort at The Echoplex
July 17 Los Angeles, CA Magnified at The Echoplex
July 18 Los Angeles, CA Fantastic Planet at The Echoplex
July 23 New York, NY Comfort at Bowery Ballroom
July 24 New York, NY Magnified at Bowery Ballroom
July 25 New York, NY Fantastic Planet at Bowery Ballroom

Tickets for Chicago are on-sale this Friday, Dec. 20 at 11 am central. Tickets for Los Angeles are on-sale tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 12 noon pacific. Tickets for NY are on-sale Dec. 20 at 12 noon eastern.”

Clutch To Perform “Blast Tyrant” In Full During New Year’s Eve Show

Clutch have announced that they will be performing “Blast Tyrant” in full during their New Year’s Eve Show in Philadelphia, PA. This is one of three special shows that the band have planned for the end of the year. The group will be wrapping up 2019 with three concerts that will feature completely different sets. Here’s the dates:

12/29 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
12/30 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
12/31 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer (performing “Blast Tyrant“)

Strife, Snapcase, & Earth Crisis Announce California Shows

Strife, Snapcase, and Earth Crisis have announced two California shows together. Here’s the dates:

02/22 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
02/23 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom