I don’t know how much time you’ve spent plotting your holiday shopping just yet, but the must-have item in nearly every band store this season is the “ugly Christmas sweater.” Sometimes sold as a crew neck with a sweater design, these items offer a humorous twist on the classic Christmas sweater while giving artists a decent excuse to cash in on the holiday season through merchandising. We love them, as we know many of you do, and after seeing our social feeds flooded with designs from countless bands we decided to compile all our favorite ugly sweaters to ease your …
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There’s probably a bad taste in a lot of people’s mouths over the controversies seen between different bands and the label Victory Records. The most obvious feud is the current one, between them and A Day To Remember. There’s also some bad blood between the label and Between The Buried And Me, who have asked fans to pirate their earlier music in order to keep the label from cashing in on those old albums.
It was recently announced that Emmure would be re-signing to the label, and from the looks of it the band couldn’t be happier. In …
Earlier today, Emmure announced that they are re-signing to Victory Records and will release what will be their sixth full-length album next Spring.
You can catch the label’s official press release below:
“Still hot off this summer’s Rockstar Mayhem Festival, EMMURE plan to enter the studio later this year. Their sixth full length album for VICTORY RECORDS will be released Spring 2014. EMMURE will be closing out 2013 by headlining the Never Say Die Tour in Europe (October 4th to 26th) and then a full US tour (October 29th to November 22nd) alongside ASKING ALEXANDRIA, SEVENDUST, ALL THAT REMAINS, and …
Asking Alexandria will be headlining a huge North American tour this fall, as a part of their touring to support the release of their latest album, From Death To Destiny. Their musical support includes bands like Emmure, Sevendust, For Today and All That Remains. The first slew of North American dates have been announced, and you can check those out by taking a look below the jump.
More dates are expected to be added to the tour in the near future, so be sure to check in again for those additional dates. Tickets are also available …
Michigan’s I See Stars have returned to the UTG headlines with the release of a new song and the promise of more to come in the (very) near future.
“Can We Start Again” is the first song to surface from I See Stars since the 2012 release of Digital Renegade. The song, which started as a b-side, features guest vocals from Frankie Palmeri of Emmure and Mattie Montgomery, as well as lyrics from the legendary hardcore group Bane. This is not a cover per se, but rather a reinterpretation of lyrics for the purpose of inspiring a new scene …
Scary stuff happened two nights ago in Moscow, Russia. Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri was shocked by the microphone so hard he fell over during the band’s set. Video proof of the incident can be found through the jump.
Guitarist Mike Mulholland tweeted, “I’m so sorry to all of our Moscow fans who came to see us tonight, the stage was unsafe and electrocuted @FrankiePalmeri. We will make it up.”
He added that “He will be ok but the stage wasn’t wired safely & shocked the shit out of him. A sad day for us but we’ll make it up.”
The five piece metal outfit known as As They Burn have partnered up with Revolver to unleash the music video for the single “F.R.E.A.K.S.” featuring Frankie Palmeri of Emmure. The song is taken from their recently released debut album Will, Love, Life. You can watch the video by taking a look below the jump.
Hardcore outfit City In The Sea have unleashed their brand new visuals for the song “Dead Beliefs.”
This song will come off of the group’s debut album, Below The Noise, releasing through Sumerian Records in the coming months.
The band was announced to play this year’s Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival yesterday, alongside Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon, Amon Amarth, Children of Bodom, Machine Head, Behemoth, Job For A Cowboy, Emmure, Born of Osiris, Motionless In White, Butcher Babies, Battlecross, Huntress, and Thrown Into Exile. View the official routing right here!