Senses Fail, We Came As Romans, Counterparts, & SeeYouSpaceCowboy Announce U.S. Tour

Senses Fail, We Came As Romans, Counterparts, and SeeYouSpaceCowboy have announced a U.S. tour together. You can find the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

03/24 Las Vegas, NV – House Of Blues
03/25 Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues
03/26 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
03/28 Austin, TX – Emo’s
03/29 Dallas, TX – Amplified Live
03/30 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
04/01 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
04/02 Lake Buena Vista, FL – House Of Blues
04/04 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
04/05 Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live
04/06 New York, NY – Webster Hall
04/07 Boston, MA – Big Night Live
04/08 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall
04/09 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre
04/11 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot
04/12 Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
04/13 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theatre
04/15 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
04/16 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
04/18 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
04/19 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
04/21 Sacramento, CA – Ace Of Spades
04/22 Los Angeles, CA – Novo

We Came As Romans Premiere Video For New Song “Daggers” Featuring Zero 9:36

We Came As Romans have teamed up with Zero 9:36 for a new song called “Daggers.“ You can find a video for that track below. The band commented:

“‘Daggers‘ was the song on the record that was written, and rewritten, over and over again. It was a wild ride of us just trying to create a song that sounded unlike something we’ve done before — a new journey for the listener that they weren’t used to hearing from us. We couldn’t think of a better way to do that than to introduce an entire verse of Zero, and try to make a genre-connecting bridge. Lyrically, ‘Daggers‘ is about that inner battle that we all go through — the talks you have with yourself about whether or not you’re good enough, smart enough, or just enough in general. The lyrics are about conquering that battle, being able to emerge victorious and be sure about your self worth and your value as a person. With the acknowledgement that it’s not an easy task, that it can be a rage-fueled combat between the negativity in your mind and the place you want to be… we’ve decided to be ready for it and conquer the fight.”

2021 Rebel Rock Festival Cancelled

The 2021 Rebel Rock festival in Orlando, FL has officially been cancelled. The event was unable to move forward due to unfit conditions related to severe weather.

Organizers issued the following statement:

“We are deeply and utterly devastated to announce the cancellation of this weekend’s Rebel Rock Festival.

After this week’s severe weather and despite our crew’s effort to improve the ground conditions around the Main Stage over the last three days, our venue partner has deemed the area unfit for artists, crews, vendors, and fans. We were able to get in the Taco Metal Party on Thursday by using the B-Main grounds while continuing to work on the conditions of the Main Stage grounds. The amount of water dropped this week simply proved to be too much to clear to provide you a safe festival environment and experience. We can’t tell you how heartbreaking it is to see two years of work be tackled by mother nature.

We’ll share more information about refunds as soon as possible.”

We Came As Romans Premiere Music Video For New Song “Black Hole” Featuring Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo

We Came As Romans have premiered a new video for their new song “Black Hole.” This track features Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo and it will appear on the band’s upcoming album.

The group commented:

“‘Black Hole‘ was the very last song that we wrote for the record. We had this idea of what we wanted it to sound like, and we wrote a bunch of music for it throughout our time in L.A. But we were never really satisfied with what we created. With only a week left in the studio, we had finally created something that we were all stoked about — and it was time to put a message to the song.”

Dave Stephens added:

“The lyrics to ‘Black Hole‘ are about dealing with the anxiety that you feel going through life. For me, at the time, [it was] the anxiety I was feeling in dealing with loss and the grieving process.

But we wanted to leave the song open-ended enough for our fans to relate to, with anything they were going through. That anxiety is sometimes so crushing and so heavy, and you have to deal with the weight of it, the gravity of the situations you’re in. And sometimes, it just feels like an endless cycle.”

The group have yet to share many details about their new album, though recording sessions for it took place earlier this year.

When the song was complete, we sent it over to a long time friend of ours — Caleb Shomo. We’ve been playing shows together for well over 10 years now, and we’re so happy we’ve finally had a chance to collaborate on a song together. Caleb is an amazing vocalist and the song wouldn’t be the same without his contribution!”

Incubus, We Came As Romans, & Like Machines Added To 2021 Rebel Rock Festival

Incubus, We Came As Romans, and Like Machines have been added to this year’s Rebel Rock festival. That event is scheduled to take place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando, FL on September 23-26 and the updated daily lineups can be found below:

September 23 (“Taco Metal Party”): Volbeat, P.O.D. (performing “Satellite), Slaves, Erra, Otherwise, Sons Of Texas, Kyng, Greyhaven, Killakoi, Fate Destroyed, Matriarchs, and Part Time Superheroes.

September 24: Incubus, Machine Gun Kelly, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals (“A Vulgar Display Of Pantera” set), Skillet, Motionless In White, Pop Evil, Attila, From Ashes To New, Knocked Loose, Fit For A King, Like Machines, Saul, September Mourning, Afterlife, Dirty Machine, Pigweed, Fighting Giants, and Circa Arcana.

September 25: Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, Underoath, Killswitch Engage, Legends Of Wu-Tang, We Came As Romans, August Burns Red, Hatebreed, Escape The Fate, Nonpoint, Bad Omens, Another Day Dawns, Them Evils, Small Town Titans, Falling Through April, Farewell To Fear, Fecility, and Grin Cynic.

September 26: Rise Against, The Used, Sevendust, Anti-Flag, All That Remains, Miss May I, Suicide Silence, Brett Scallions, Fire From The Gods, Spite, Stitched Up Heart, Destrophy, Islander, Dropout Kings, Rising Up Angry, Below 7, Kill The Imposter, and Lost In Silence.

Shinedown’s Brent Smith & We Came As Romans Help Out Spiritbox Following Limp Bizkit’s Tour Cancellation

Spiritbox were opening for Limp Bizkit on their summer tour, but after the trek got cancelled, it left the band with some financial problems. However, some of their peers have stepped forward to help them out including Shinedown’s Brent Smith and We Came As Romans.

Spiritbox said the following about that on Twitter:

“Can we talk about what an amazing person @TheBrentSmith from @Shinedown is? He just gifted us $10,000 towards our losses since our tour was recently cancelled. This is such an amazing and kind gesture, seriously thank you!

We also want to thank @wecameasromans who we rented the majority of our light package from, they decided to waive the invoice and help soften our losses. It has been an emotional past few days but things like this have restored our faith in humanity.

We have never met @TheBrentSmith and we barely know the guys in @wecameasromans . These people were not helping out a friend in need, they are just truly selfless people who wanted to do something kind for another band. We hope to conduct ourselves like them someday.”

We Came As Romans Premiere “Darkbloom” Music Video

We Came As Romans have premiered a new video for their new song “Darkbloom.” Joshua Moore commented:

“The idea behind ‘Darkbloom’ is that even through the darkest, most difficult times of life, there is still the potential, or possibility, of personal growth. As long as we’re not willing to completely concede to the negative emotion or thought that feels like it has taken over, then we can be strong enough to overcome and push through to a different future. This song is about having the mind to be able to acknowledge the reality of situations we’re in, but having the strength to weather the adversity. It’s about making the choice to keep putting the effort forth to move your life forward, in the face of the most difficult times you’ll experience.”

Bush, Falling In Reverse, Philip H. Anselmo And The Illegals, & T-Pain Added To 2021 Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Bush, Falling In Reverse, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, and T-Pain have been added to the 2021 Blue Ridge Rock Festival. That event is scheduled to take place at the Blue Ridge Amphitheater in Danville, VA on September 9-12.

Daily Lineups:

September 9: Breaking Benjamin, A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside, Halestorm, Skillet, Black Label Society, P.O.D. (performing “Satellite”), Sabaton, Tech N9ne, Testament, Hatebreed, Spiritbox, From Ashes To New, Miss May I, Chelsea Grin, Adelitas Way, Texas Hippie Coalition, Slaves, All Good Things, Islander Four Thirty Four, Heirloom, MX The American, A New Day Rising, Orange Jumpsuit, Nail Bite, Forever We Roam, Friends IN Hell, Major Moment, Far From Few, and Hostile Array.

September 10: Rob Zombie, Limp Bizkit, Rise Against, I Prevail, Chevelle, Anthrax, Asking Alexandria, Clutch, Motionless In White, Atreyu, Sevendust, Fever 333, Knocked Loose, Fozzy, Crown The Empire, D.R.U.G.S., Bad Omens, Nonpoint, Light The Torch, Saul, Stitched Up Heart, Tallah, Burden Of The Sky, Tara Lynch, Blud Red Roses, Fate Destroyed, Dead Fervor, Of The Fallen, Southbound Beretta, A Feasting Beast, One Of The Lost, Someday You’ll Know Us, To Begin Anew, Next Attempt, Semper Acerbus, Set For Tomorrow, Dread Engine, Dark Summer, Mistry Eyed, Detoura, N.A.S.H., Sevenstones, Nameless Anonymous, Cannon Hill, Dying Oath, Artwork For The Blind, The Phoenix Within, and Redeye.

September 11: Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth, Lamb Of God, Seether, Cypress Hill, Theory Of A Deadman, Trivium, Body Count, Beartooth, Avatar, Wage War, Jelly Roll, Badflower, In Flames, 10 Years, All That Remains, Corrosion Of Conformity, Escape The Fate, Spite, Brand Of Sacrifice, Another Day Dawns, Black Satellite, The Impurity, Artusha, Inner Image, Voxx, Breaking Theory, Deiform, Failure By Proxy, Citizen Kane, Motorjunkie, Awesome Ray Ray, Seasons, Pigweed, Overlord SR, Waking The Sleeper, Alyxx, Two Sides Of Me, Alukah, Days Under Authority, Head Hunter, Wor, Aurin, Hollow Intent, Rvnt, Gravebound, Solidify, We Rise To Fall, Demyze, Pulses, and Splintered Reality.

September 12: Shinedown, Papa Roach (performing “Infest“), Falling In Reverse, Bush, Gojira, Mastodon, Killswitch Engage, Underoath, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals (“A Vulgar Display Of Pantera” set), The HU, Pop Evil, Ice Nine Kills, August Burns Red, Ayron Jones, We Came As Romans, Drowning Pool, Fit For A King, Ill Niño, Currents, Fame On Fire, Eyes Of The Living, Kill The Imposter, State Of Illusion, Cursor, F.I.L.T.H., Blackwater, Ignite The Fire, Just Standing, A War Within, Sinshrift, New Haven, Magg Dylan, Detroit Voodoo, Flight Club, Watersdeep, Casting Shadowz, Supmikecheck, Burn On Re-Entry, Roachzilla, Redefind, Matt The Band, and Mourn The Illusion.

Steve-O and Lou Brutus will host the festival, which will also include a club experience with Ludacris, Lil Jon, T-Pain, and Rev Run.

We Came As Romans Announce Rescheduled Dates For “To Plant A Seed” 10th Anniversary Tour With The Devil Wears Prada, Dayseeker, & Hollow Front

We Came As Romans have announced the rescheduled dates for their “To Plant A Seed” 10th anniversary tour with The Devil Wears Prada, Dayseeker, and Hollow Front. Dave Stephens said the following about that:

“We are ecstatic to finally be able to perform TPAS in its entirety and celebrate its anniversary. Before the tour was originally cancelled due to the COVID outbreak, the shows were incredible. I have no doubt in my mind they will be better than ever this time around and some of our most memorable ones to date!”

Tour Dates:

09/29 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
09/30 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
10/01 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
10/02 New York, NY – The Gramercy Theatre
10/03 Worcester, MA – The Palladium
10/05 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
10/06 Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
10/07 Greensboro, NC – The Blind Tiger
10/08 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
10/09 Orlando, FL – House of Blues
10/10 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
10/12 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
10/13 Dallas, TX – Canton Hall
10/15 Phoenix, AZ – The Pressroom
10/16 Las Vegas, NV – Vinyl
10/17 San Diego, CA – House of Blues
10/19 Pomona, CA – The Glasshouse
10/20 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater
10/22 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
10/23 Berkeley, CA – UC Theatre
10/24 Reno, NV – Cargo
10/26 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
10/27 Denver, CO – The Oriental Theater
10/29 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater
10/30 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
10/31 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
11/02 Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl
11/03 Columbus, OH – The Athenaeum
11/05 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre
11/06 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
11/07 Detroit, MI – The Crofoot

Daily Lineups Revealed For 2021 Blue Ridge Rock Festival

The daily lineups have been revealed for the 2021 Blue Ridge Rock Festival. The event is scheduled to take place at the Blue Ridge Amphitheater in Danville, VA on September 9-12 and it will feature the following:

September 9: Breaking Benjamin, A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside, Halestorm, Skillet, Black Label Society, P.O.D., Sabaton, Tech N9ne, Testament, Hatebreed, Spiritbox, From Ashes To New, Miss May I, Chelsea Grin, Texas Hippie Coalition, Slaves, All Good Things, and Islander.

September 10: Rob Zombie, Limp Bizkit, Rise Against, I Prevail, Chevelle, Anthrax, Asking Alexandria, Clutch, Motionless In White, Atreyu, Sevendust, Fever 333, Knocked Loose, Fozzy, Crown The Empire, D.R.U.G.S., Bad Omens, Nonpoint, Light The Torch, Saul, Stitched Up Heart, Tallah, and Burden Of The Sky.

September 11: Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth, Lamb Of God, Seether, Cypress Hill, Theory Of A Deadman, Trivium, Body Count, Beartooth, Avatar, Wage War, Jelly Roll, Badflower, In Flames, 10 Years, All That Remains, Corrosion Of Conformity, Escape The Fate, Spite, Brand Of Sacrifice, and Another Day Dawns.

September 12: Shinedown, Papa Roach, Gojira, Mastodon, Killswitch Engage, Underoath, Pop Evil, The Hu, Rev Run, Ice Nine Kills, August Burns Red, Ayron Jones, We Came As Romans, Drowning Pool, Fit For A King, Ill Niño, Adelitas Way, Currents, and Fame On Fire.