Job For A Cowboy To Return To The Stage At 2023 Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Job For A Cowboy will be taking the stage for the first time since 2016 at this year’s Blue Ridge Rock Festival. That event will take place in Alton, VA on September 7-10 and it will also feature: Pantera, Shinedown, Megadeth, Chevelle, Parkway Drive, Pierce The Veil, Motionless In White, Coheed And Cambria, Beartooth, Highly Suspect, Coal Chamber, Flyleaf (with Lacey Sturm), Black Label Society, Machine Head, The Ghost Inside, Spiritbox, VV (aka HIM’s Ville Valo), Tech N9ne, Biohazard, Jinjer, Vince Neil (Mötley Crüe), Scott Stapp (Creed), Avatar, Static-X, The Amity Affliction, Stephen Pearcy (RATT), The Black Dahlia Murder, Exodus, Electric Callboy, Atreyu, Crown The Empire, Finger Eleven, Taproot, Drowning Pool, Trust Company (original lineup), Dayseeker, Senses Fail, Stabbing Westward, 10 Years, Nonpoint, Cold (“Year Of The Spider” 20th anniversary set), CKY, Dope, After The Burial, Northlane, Emmure, Bury Tomorrow, Escape The Fate, Attila (performing “About That Life”), Fit For An Autopsy, Gemini Syndrome, Adema, Alpha Wolf, Woe, Is Me, Make Them Suffer, Holding Absence, Born Of Osiris, Kublai Khan TX, Like Moths To Flames, Upon A Burning Body, Caskets, Landmvrks, Tantric, Psychostick, Rain City Drive, I Set My Friends On Fire, Bodysnatcher, Eva Under Fire, Thousand Below, Paleface, No Resolve, Tallah, Catch Your Breath, Hanabie, Patient Sixty-Seven, Until I Wake, Dropout Kings, Eternal Frequency, and Heartsick.

Papa Roach, Flyleaf, Bad Omens, Etc. Added To 2023 Bamboozle Festival

More bands have been added to this year’s Bamboozle Festival. The event will take place at Bader Field in Atlantic City, NJ on May 5-7 and it will now feature: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Alex Sampson, Attila (performing “About That Life“), BabyTron, Bad Omens, Blackbear, Boys Like Girls, Cane Hill, Carnifex, Chelsea Grin, DE’WAYNE, Diablo, E-Town Concrete, Ellise, End It, Finch, Flyleaf (with Lacey Sturm), Freddie Dredd, Gideon, Gridiron, Hollywood Undead, I Set My Friends On Fire, Ice Spice, Jax, Joey Bada$$, Kaonashi, Kayzo, Killboy, Left To Suffer, Limp Bizkit, Mayday Parade, Mindforce, Motionless In White, Oz Pearlman, Palisades (final show), Papa Roach, Pardyalone, Poorstacy, Puddles Pity Party, Rick Ross, Saosin, Saves The Day (performing “In Reverie“), Say Anything, Scowl, Shallow Pools, Ski Mask The Slump God, Steve Aoki, Sueco, Tallah, Teddy Swims, The Callous Daoboys, The Driver Era, The Garden, The Spill Canvas, The Wrecks, Trippie Redd, Valencia, We The Kings, WHOKILLEDXIX, and Yung Gravy.

Pantera, Slipknot, Godsmack, Etc. Set For 2023 Rock Fest

The lineup has been revealed for this year’s Rock Fest. The event will take place in Cadott, WI on July 13-15 and it will feature the following:

July 12 (pre-show): Soul Asylum, Alien Ant Farm, Gemini Syndrome, Tallah, The Lonely Ones, No Resolve, Moon Fever, and Widow7.

July 13: Pantera, Ice Cube, In This Moment, The Ghost Inside, Jinjer, Orianthi, Suicide Silence, Vended, Fame On Fire, Eva Under Fire, Ghosts Of The Mississippi, Sin7, Scattered Hamlet, Rebel Queens, Weekend Picnic, Mvrrow, Magg Dylan, Dark Heavens, Giznad, Thrash Of The Titans, Carbellion, and Saint Tragedy.

July 14: Slipknot, Falling In Reverse, Ice Nine Kills, Asking Alexandria, Wage War, Mushroomhead, Cherry Bombs, Crobot, Gideon, Saul, Emperors & Angels, Nuisance, Artifas, 9th Planet, Kingdom Collapse, Versus Me, Normundy, The Almas, Kings County, Sons Of Guns, Shotgun Superstars, Contingency, and DM Down.

July 15: Godsmack, Papa Roach, Highly Suspect, Everclear, GWAR, Dorothy, 10 Years, New Years Day, Plush, Dayseeker, Silvertung, Bourbon House, The SoapGirls, Ratchet Dolls, Relent, Citizen Kane, Lovely World, Drift, Old Voltage, The Hybrid Theory, Scarlet, and The Over Unders.

Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, Tool, Etc Set For 2023 Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival

The lineup has been revealed for this year’s Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival. The event will take place at the Historic Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH on May 25-28 and it will feature the following:

May 25: Tool, Godsmack, Beartooth, Bullet For My Valentine, Pennywise, Bad Omens, Suicidal Tendencies, Fever 333, Anti-Flag, Joey Valence & Brae, Bones UK, Ho99o9, The Warning, Oxymorrons, Angel Du$t, Bloodywood, WARGASM, Malevolence, Bastardane, and OTTTO.

May 26: Avenged Sevenfold, Queens Of The Stone Age, Chevelle, I Prevail, Knocked Loose, Sleeping With Sirens, Badflower, Dorothy, Black Stone Cherry, Converge, Born Of Osiris, Band-Maid, Lilith Czar, Des Rocs, Mothica, Fame on Fire, Dayseeker, Vended, and Mike’s Dead.

May 27: KISS, Rob Zombie, Falling In Reverse, Puscifer, Trivium, Black Veil Brides, Rival Sons, Yelawolf Presents: Sometimes Y, Avatar, Senses Fail, From Ashes To New, Giovannie & The Hired Guns, Brutus, Dead Poet Society, The Violent, Point North, Tallah, Varials, Tigercub, and Capital Theatre.

May 28: Foo Fighters, Deftones, Sublime with Rome, Jawbreaker, The Pretty Reckless, Awolnation, Nothing More, Grandson, White Reaper, Filter, Ayron Jones, The Bronx, Poorstacy, Zero 9:36, New Years Day, Nova Twins, Bob Vylan, Aeir, and Starcrawler.

Hollywood Undead, Attila, Carnifex, Etc. Added To 2023 Bamboozle Festival

More bands have been added to next year’s Bamboozle Festival. The event will take place at Bader Field in Atlantic City, NJ on May 5-7 and the newly announced acts include: Saves The Day (performing “In Reverie”), Hollywood Undead, Ellise, Blackbear, Cane Hill, Carnifex, Attila, Shallow Pools, Killboy, I Set My Friends On Fire, Poorstacy, and Freddie Dredd. Previously announced acts include: Limp Bizkit, Rick Ross, Steve Aoki, Yung Gravy, Boys Like Girls, E.Town Concrete, Finch, Jax, Mayday Parade, Saosin, Say Anything, The Spill Canvas, Valencia, We The Kings, Babytron, Diablo, Gideon, Kaonashi, Left To Suffer, Scowl, Sueco, Tallah, Teddy Swims, The Wrecks, and Puddles Pity Party.

Pantera, Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold, Etc. Set For 2023 Welcome To Rockville Festival

The lineup has been revealed for next year’s Welcome To Rockville Festival. The event will take place at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, FL on May 18-21 and it will feature the following:

May 18: Slipknot, Rob Zombie, Queens Of The Stone Age, Puscifer, Trivium, Bullet For My Valentine, Black Veil Brides, Suicidal Tendencies, Avatar, Black Stone Cherry, Converge, Band-Maid, Austin Meade, Stray From The Path, Brutus, Rain City Drive, Bloodywood, Malevolence, Vended, Rivals, Nevertel, Widow7, Conquer Divide, and Budderside.

May 19: Avenged Sevenfold, Evanescence, Hardy, I Prevail, Motionless In White, Asking Alexandria, Sleeping With Sirens, Badflower, Ayron Jones, Memphis May Fire, From Ashes To New, Born Of Osiris, The Warning, Mothica, Des Rocs, Varials, Tallah, Tigercub, Slay Squad, Ryan Oakes, Tuk Smith and the Restless Hearts, Bastardane, OTTTO, and Until I Die.

May 20: Pantera, Godsmack, Alice Cooper, Chevelle, Alter Bridge, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening, Knocked Loose, Rival Sons, Yelawolf Presents: Sometimes Y, Pop Evil, Suicide Silence, Sepultura, The Bronx, Poorstacy, Ho99o9, Zero 9:36, Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster, Dayseeker, Dead Poet Society, Kreator, The Violent, Starcrawler, and Hammerhedd.

May 21: Tool, Deftones, Incubus, The Mars Volta, Coheed And Cambria, Pennywise, Ghostemane, Grandson, Sueco, Filter, Deafheaven, Anti-Flag, Senses Fail, New Years Day, Nothing, Nowhere., Angel Du$t, Nova Twins, Point North, Wargasm, Bob Vylan, Capital Theatre, Uncured, and Reddstar.

Limp Bizkit, Finch, Saosin, Scowl, Etc. Set For 2023 Bamboozle Festival

The initial lineup has been revealed for next year’s Bamboozle festival. The event will take place at Bader Field in Atlantic City, NJ on May 5-7 and it will feature the following: Limp Bizkit, Rick Ross, Steve Aoki, Yung Gravy, Boys Like Girls, E.Town Concrete, Finch, Jax, Mayday Parade, Saosin, Say Anything, The Spill Canvas, Valencia, We The Kings, Babytron, Diablo, Gideon, Kaonashi, Left To Suffer, Scowl, Sueco, Tallah, Teddy Swims, The Wrecks, and Puddles Pity Party.

Tallah Premiere “For The Recognition” Music Video

Tallah have premiered a new video for their new song “For The Recognition.” This track will appear on the band’s new album “The Generation Of Danger,” which is set to be released on November 18.

Vocalist Justin Bonitz commented:

“‘For The Recognition‘ is a song about justifying why you are doing what you are doing. Blind ambition can only get you so far. If you have a dream, and you want to follow it to the end, you have to push yourself, be confident, and not allow anything or anyone to stand in your way. This is your vision, your story, and you have to do whatever it takes to bring all that hidden power to the surface and use it as fuel to show everyone how amazing you really are. Be honest and be the best.”

Drummer Max Portnoy added:

“When I wrote this song, I made sure the ending pit hit really hard but was simple enough for us to trash our set up live. We took that mindset into the studio as well and smashed tons of lamps, microwaves, vases, etc and put those recordings in the song.”

Tallah Premiere “Shaken (Not Stirred)” Music Video

Tallah have premiered a new video for their new song “Shaken (Not Stirred).” This track is from the band’s new album “The Generation Of Danger,” which will now be released on November 18.

Drummer Max Portnoy commented:

“‘Shaken‘ is a song built on hooks. We spent a ton of time perfecting the chorus, bringing it to a place we felt was super memorable while still retaining the darkness and heaviness that the rest of the record has. It made for what I believe is the best hook we’ve written so far. And the hook from the main guitar riff is just as strong. It’s a top tier track in my opinion.”

Vocalist Justin Bonitz added:

“Not all Dicker’s experiments were successes. Sometimes, impatience can be your downfall. What can you learn from your past mistakes?”