Posts Tagged ‘tour dates’
The new music video from Pentimento finally surfaced on YouTube, and we’re just so excited about it.
The video shows the band playing the song in a darkened room while a girl walks along a beach and into the ocean, mimicking the album cover from their latest self-titled release.
Pentimento have a ton of tour dates coming up throughout the spring and early summer. Check out the tour dates on Facebook.
The latest installment of the Rockstar Uproar Festival is set to take place in arenas and outdoor venues across the nation starting this August, and earlier today the official lineup was made public.
Joining the 2013 Uproar lineup will be four awesome rock acts, including Circa Survive, Coheed And Cambria, Alice In Chains, and Jane’s Addiction. This is without question the first (and only) time a lineup like this has been put together, and we cannot encourage you enough to do whatever possible to attend one of the tour dates. The full routing is as follows:
Fri 9-Aug Scranton, PA …
The rumor mill is alive and well this morning with false promises of tours, collaborations, release dates, and breakups that 97% of the time turn out to be complete nonsense. There is one story that caught our collective eye this morning though, and after speaking to a few friends with connections we figured it was worth sharing with all of you.
According to forum posts, tweets from people tangentially connected with music, and the loose lips of booking agents in the plains states, Avenged Sevenfold are supposedly planning a Fall tour with support from Deftones and Ghost. No dates for …
It’s all the rage these days with budding musicians. Have the fans pay for your work so you can continue making music and buying groceries. Makes sense.
The latest on this bandwagon? Eisley. The indie-rock family band from Tyler, Texas is requesting a grand total of $100,000 from their fans on Kickstarter so they can continue to tour indefinitely. Their goal is to tour the US, UK and Australia in support of their upcoming record, Currents.
Speaking of Eisley tour dates, the band will be on tour with Say Anything in America from June 6 to July 12. …
The song is off of Deeghan’s forthcoming EP, Cheap Therapy, which is set to release on April 30.
PureVolume is saying “Cigarette” can be described as the “white flag to Cheap Therapy— and as a one-finger salute to a life that ‘follows suit.’”
Furthermore, Deeghan’s tour with Carter Hulsey and Caleb Denison started tonight, April 18, in Joplin, Missouri. The tour will be making its way through the Midwest before finishing up in Nashville on May 1.
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According to Twitter, Jonny Craig has begun recording his new fan-funded EP.
“Go to Atlanta record new EP. Come home film thank you videos for donators! Send out more perks! Go on tour! Pretty stoked on life,” Craig graciously tweeted.
Having previously released a few tracks here or there, the EP, funded on IndieGoGo, just barely made it past Craig’s $20,000 goal. Not bad for a guy who’s already stolen his fan’s money, right?
In late May, the singer will head over to the UK in support of his new EP, come home for a while and then …
You, Me, And Everyone We Know consists primarily of songwriter Ben Liebsch. Ben will be doing a solo tour as You, Me, And Everyone We Know, with notable opening acts The Orphan, The Poet and Squid the Whale. Squid the Whale are personal favorites of us here at Under the Gun Review; you may recall them doing an acoustic session with us.
Perhaps Ben will appear during Squid’s set, too; they did a song together that you can see a live performance of here. The tour takes place in May and June, crossing most of the …
Legendary masters of metal, Iron Maiden will be making their way across the U.S. for a total of seven dates this September while en route to their September 22 headlining gig in Brazil, the Rock In Rio Festival.
According to Gun Shy Assassin, the short tour will kick off in Raleigh, N.C. on September 3, make its way through Nashville, Kansas City, St. Louis, Austin and Las Vegas before finishing up at a very special headlining event, The Battle of San Bernardino on September 13 in San Bernardino, Calif. with Megadeth, Anthrax, Testament and Sabaton.
Megadeth will be Iron …
The new music video for The Dear Hunter‘s “Whisper” was released recently.
The song is off of Dear Hunter mainstay Casey Crescenzo’s new album, Migrant, which debuted on April 2.
In the video, shot in black and white to give it more of an old school feel, a wonderful narrative reminiscent of King Kong is played out as a young boy attempts to save his lover from a wild beast.
Check out the video …
“It’s a tour many of you have been requesting for some time now… We are finally teaming up with our friends in Volumes and Beyond The Shore for a west coast run!” Glass Cloud posted to Facebook.
The tour will begin on May 17 in Anaheim, California and make its way out to El Paso, Texas before swinging back and finishing up in Walnut Creek, California. Check out the …
A great man once said, “when it’s time to party, we will party hard.”
And you better believe The Wonder Years will be partying pretty hard at the four shows they will be playing in celebration of the release of their fourth full length album, The Greatest Generation.
Like the headline states, all of the shows will be played in under 24 hours, and all feature stacked lineups that will vary from market to market, including: Modern Baseball, The Sixties, A Loss For Words, The Sheds, and Versus The World.
Follow the jump for …