Red Fang Cancel Fall U.S. Tour

Red Fang have cancelled their fall U.S. tour with Starcrawler, Here Lies Man, and Warish due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The band issued the following statement:

“Unfortunately, our cautious optimism has turned into stark realism and we have decided to cancel our appearance at ‘Louder Than Life‘ festival and our upcoming Fall US tour in the interest of public safety. We feel it’s not realistic to play shows in a safe/responsible manner and the best thing to do is hang back and wait until the situation improves. Until then, take care of each other. Love, Red Fang. Refunds will be available at point of sale.”

Red Fang Drop Off Psycho Las Vegas Festival, Add California Shows To Upcoming Tour

Red Fang have dropped off the 2021 Psycho Las Vegas festival. Despite this, the band still plan to hit the road this fall and have even added some California shows to the tour.

Tour Dates:

09/26 Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life Festival

With Starcrawler & Here Lies Man:

10/15 Tacoma, WA – Sabertooth @ Spanish Ballroom
10/16 Portland, OR – Sabertooth @ Crystal Ballroom
10/17 Eugene, OR – Sessions Music Hall
10/19 Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s
10/20 San Francisco, CA – The UC Theatre
10/21 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theater
10/22 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
10/23 Tucson, AZ – 191 Toole
10/25 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater
10/26 Houston, TX – Secret Group
10/27 Austin, TX – Empire Control Room & Garage

With Starcrawler & Warish:

10/29 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
10/30 Birmingham, AL – Saturn
10/31 Nashville, TN – The Ryman Auditorium (feat. All Them Witches) (no Starcrawler/Warish)
11/02 Washington, DC – Black Cat
11/03 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
11/04 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
11/05 New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place
11/06 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair
11/08 Pittsburgh, PA – Spirit Hall
11/10 Detroit, MI – El Club
11/11 Chicago, IL – Metro
11/12 St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam
11/13 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre
11/15 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater
11/16 Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre
11/17 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
11/18 Boise, ID – The Olympic
11/20 Anchorage, AK – Koot’s (no Starcrawler/Warish)

Starcrawler Premiere “Goodtime Girl” Video

Starcrawler have premiered a new video for their song “Goodtime Girl.” This track is from the soundtrack to the DC Comics series “Dark Nights: Death Metal.” That compilation was executive produced by Tyler Bates and it officially received a physical release today (July 16). Notably, the “Goodtime Girl” video features Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme and more.

Red Fang Announce Fall U.S. Tour

Red Fang have announced a fall U.S. tour with Starcrawler. Here Lies Man and Warish will open on select dates. As previously reported, Red Fang’s new album “Arrows“ will be released on June 4.

Tour Dates:

With Here Lies Man:

10/15 Tacoma, WA – Sabertooth @ Spanish Ballroom
10/16 Portland, OR – Sabertooth @ Crystal Ballroom
10/17 Eugene, OR – Sessions Music Hall
10/19 TBA – TBA
10/20 TBA – TBA
10/21 TBA – TBA
10/22 TBA – TBA
10/23 Tucson, AZ – 191 Toole
10/25 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater
10/26 Houston, TX – Secret Group
10/27 Austin, TX – Empire Control Room & Garage

With Warish:

10/29 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
10/30 Birmingham, AL – Saturn
10/31 Nashville, TN – The Ryman Auditorium (no Starcrawler and Warish)
11/02 Washington, DC – Black Cat
11/03 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
11/04 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
11/05 New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place
11/06 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair
11/08 Pittsburgh, PA – Spirit Hall
11/10 Detroit, MI – El Club
11/11 Chicago, IL – Metro
11/12 St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam
11/13 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre
11/15 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater
11/16 Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre
11/17 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
11/18 Boise, ID – The Olympic
11/20 Anchorage, AK – Koot’s (no Starcrawler and Warish)

Mastodon Stream New Song “Forged By Neron” From “Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack”

Mastodon have premiered a new song titled “Forged By Neron.” This track is from the soundtrack to the DC Comics series “Dark Nights: Death Metal.” That compilation was executive produced by Tyler Bates and it will be released in digital outlets on June 18 (physical copies out July 16).

Mastodon‘s Brann Dailor commented:

“We are super excited and honored to be part of the ‘Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack‘! We’ve all been fans of DC Comics and the Batman universe since we were kids, so it really means a lot for us to be able to add something to that world.”

Bates added:

“This soundtrack and motion-comic series was made by fans of comics, for fans of comics and music. ‘Dark Nights: Death Metal‘ is next-level storytelling by two incredibly talented artists in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. The visual aspect of this comic is entirely compelling, and resonates throughout each song on the soundtrack.”

“Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack” Track Listing:

01. Mastodon – “Forged By Neron”
02. Chelsea Wolfe – “Diana”
03. HEALTH / Tyler Bates – “ANTI-LIFE” (feat. Deftones frontman Chino Moreno)
04. Maria Brink (In This Moment) / Tyler Bates – “Meet Me In Fire” (feat. Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack)
05. Grey Daze – “Anything, Anything”
06. Rise Against – “Broken Dreams, Inc.”
07. Manchester Orchestra – “Never Ending”
08. Denzel Curry / PlayThatBoiZay – “Bad Luck”
09. Carach Angren – “Skull With A Forked Tongue”
10. Starcrawler – “Good Time Girl”
11. GUNSHIP / Tyler Bates – “Berserker” (feat. ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo)
12. Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan) / Tyler Bates / Gil Sharone – “Now You’ve Really Done It”
13. Show Me The Body – “Stone Cold Earth”
14. IDLES – “Sodium”
15. Soccer Mommy – “Kissing In The Rain”

The Struts Announce North American Tour

The Struts have announced a 2020 North American tour. The band also have some dates booked in Europe and Japan. You can find their updated schedule below.

Tour Dates:

02/28 San Diego, CA – SOMA ^
02/29 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues ^
03/01 Tempe, AZ – Innings Festival
03/03 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield ^
03/04 Santa Cruz, CA – Catalyst ^
04/14 Osaka, JAP – Umeda Club Quattro
04/15 Tokyo, JAP – Ebisu Liquidroom
04/24 Panama Beach City, FL – SandJam Fest
05/22 Boston, MA – Boston Calling
05/24 Dallas, TX – Hi Fi
05/29 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre *
05/31 Council Bluffs, IA – Harrah’s Council Bluffs – Stir Concert Cove *
06/02 Sioux Falls, SD – The District *
06/05 Maryland Heights, MO – St. Louis Music Park %#
06/06 Cincinnati, OH – Bunbury Music Festival
06/09 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution %
06/10 Orlando, FL – The Beacham Theatre %
06/12 Saint Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live %
06/13 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade- Heaven Stage
06/14 Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music Festival
06/16 Richmond, VA – The National %
06/18 Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre #
06/19 Asbury Park, NJ – The Stone Pony Summer Stage #
06/20 Dover, DE – Firefly Music Festival
06/22 Ottawa, ON – Bronson Centre Theatre
06/23 London, ON – London Music Hall
06/25 Rochester, NY – 2020 Party in the Park Rochester
06/27 Fort Wayne, IN – The Clyde Theatre
07/11 Madrid, SPA – Mad Cool Festival
07/12 Rome, ITA – Rock in Roma
07/14 Padova, ITA – Geox Live Arena
07/15 Brescia, ITA – Arena Campo Marte
07/18 Paris, FRA – Lollapalooza Paris
07/31 Montreal, QC – Osheaga Music Festival

^ = with Starcrawler
* = with The Regrettes
% = with The Blue Stones
# = with The Glorious Sons

21 Bands Added To UK Download Festival

21 more bands have been added to the 2018 UK Download Festival. With this news, it was also revealed that a WWE NXT event will be held at the festival as well. The Download Festival will take place at Donington Park, UK on June 8-10, and it will now include all of the following: Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N’ Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, Bullet For My Valentine, Black Stone Cherry, Marilyn Manson, Volbeat, Thunder, Shinedown, Avatar, Black Veil Brides, Boston Manor, Cradle Of Filth, DragonForce, Hatebreed, In This Moment, Inglorious, Marmozets, Monster Truck, The Pink Slips, The Struts, The Temperance Movement, Whiskey Myers, You Me At Six, Parkway Drive, Rise Against, Hell Is For Heroes, BABYMETAL, Alexisonfire, Asking Alexandria, Andrew W.K., Body Count, Bury Tomorrow, CKY, Corrosion Of Conformity, Culture Abuse, Dead Cross, Greta Van Fleet, Jonathan Davis, Kreator, L7, Lawnmower Deth, Meshuggah, Miss May I, Nothing More, Powerflo, Starcrawler, Thrice, Turbonegro, Bad Religion, Neck Deep, The Hives, A, Being As An Ocean, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Black Foxxes, Cancer Bats, Ded, Dream State, Ecca Vandal, Employed To Serve, Jamie Lenman, Less Than Jake, Mayday Parade, Milk Teeth, Puppy, Rolo Tomassi, Stick To Your Guns, Stray From The Path, Tigress, The Bottom Line, The Bronx, The Faim, The Maine, Woes, WSTR, TesseracT, Thy Art Is Murder, Baroness, All Them Witches, Anchor Lane, Blessthefall, Cellar Darling, Death Blooms, Emmure, Gold Key, Helpless, Higher Power, Igorrr, Knocked Loose, Koyo, Loathe, Malevolence, Myke Gray, Myrkur, No Hot Ashes, Plini, Savage Messiah, SHVPES, Sleep Token, Sun Arcana, The Hyena Kill, Von Hertzen Brothers, Wayward Sons, and Zeal & Ardor.

Volbeat, Opeth, NOFX, Etc. Added To 2018 Download Paris

31 more bands have been added to the 2018 Download Paris festival. That event will take place on June 15-18 at the Base Aérienne 217 in Brétigny-sur-Orge, France, and the updated daily lineups can be seen below.

June 15: Ozzy Osbourne, Ghost, Opeth, Alestorm, Converge, Underoath, Powerwolf, Black Veil Brides, Eluveitie, Thy Art Is Murder, Vandenberg’s Moonkings, Bury Tomorrow, Poho Car Crash Control, and Cellar Darling.

June 16: Marilyn Manson, The Offspring, NOFX, Billy Talent, Turbonegro, Meshuggah, Hollywood Undead, Ultra Vomit, Thrice, Crossfaith, While She Sleeps, Tagada Jones, Treponem Pal, Mantar, Alcest, Whiskey Myers, and Skinny Lister.

June 17: Foo Fighters, Mass Hysteria, The Hives, Dead Cross, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Royal Republic, Wolf Alice, Slaves, Perturbator, Graveyard, The Struts, Starcrawler, Nothing More, Arcane Roots, Ego Kill Talent, and The Noface.

June 18: Guns N’ Roses, Volbeat, Seether, The Pink Slips, Greta Van Fleet, and The G.

Foo Fighters Announce New Album “Concrete And Gold”, U.S. Tour, & Cal Jam Fest

Foo Fighters have announced that they will release their new album “Concrete And Gold” on September 15. The cover art/track listing for the effort, which Dave Grohl describes as “Motörhead’s version of ‘Sgt. Pepper’… or something like that”, can be found below:

“Concrete And Gold” Track Listing:

01. “T-Shirt”
02. “Run”
03. “Make It Right”
04. “Sky Is A Neighborhood”
05. “La Dee Da”
06. “Dirty Water”
07. “Arrows”
08. “Happy Ever After (Zero Hour)”
09. “Sunday Rain”
10. “The Line”
11. “Concrete And Gold”

The band commented:

“Dear Everybody –

Remember that “break” we were taking?

Well…. we lied.

We just spent the last 6 months secretly making a gigantic new foo fighters album with our friend/genius/mastermind Greg Kurstin that will undoubtedly fry stereos from here to Fukuoka. Start saving your speaker money now. Sorry. It’s big.

It’s called Concrete And Gold, comes out Sept. 15th, and has more twists and turns than a live senate hearing. Like a box of really loud chocolates. Hope you’re hungry.

And what better way to celebrate our biggest sounding album ever than to invite 50,000 of you to come throw down with 22 of our favorite bands Oct 7th at the Glen Helen Regional Park + Fairgrounds? That’s right. We throw one hell of a party you know…..

See you there. It’s gonna go off.

Bye”

In other news, the band will also headline Cal Jam Fest, alongside Queens Of The Stone Age, Cage The Elephant, Liam Gallagher, The Kills, Royal Blood, Japandroids, Wolf Alice, Bob Mould, The Struts, Bully, Circa Waves, Babes In Toyland, Adia Victoria, Fireball Ministry, The Obsessed, Pinky Pinky, Starcrawler, and White Reaper. That event will take place on October 7 at the Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, CA.


Furthermore, Foo Fighters have also announced a full U.S. tour:

10/07 San Bernardino, CA – Glen Helen Regional Park (‘Caljam 17‘)
10/12 Washington, DC – The Anthem
10/14 Richmond, VA – Richmond Coliseum
10/15 Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum
10/17 Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena
10/18 Knoxville, TN – Thompson-Boling Arena
10/20 Cincinnati, OH – U.S. Bank Arena
10/21 Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena
10/23 Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
10/24 Memphis, TN – FedEx Forum
10/26 Birmingham, AL – Legacy Arena at the BJCC
10/28 New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
11/07 Madison, WI – Kohl Center
11/08 Champaign, IL – State Farm Arena
11/10 Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena
11/11 Sioux Falls, SD – Denny Sanford Premier Center
11/13 Wichita, KS – INTRUST Bank Arena
11/15 Tulsa, OK – BOK Center
11/18 Mexico City, MEX – Corona Capital
12/01 Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center
12/02 Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
12/04 Spokane, WA – Spokane Arena
12/05 Eugene, OR – Matthew Knight Arena
12/07 Nampa, ID – Fort Idaho Center
12/09 Billings, MT – Rimrock Auto Arena at Metrapark
12/10 Casper, WY – Casper Events Center
12/12 Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena