Silverstein's influential album, Discovering The Waterfront turns 10 this year. The band is currently doing a highly successful anniversary tour of the record. We have commentary on the album from Shane Told himself. Enjoy the read and let us know your thoughts on Discovering The Waterfront ten years later.
You can view two album teasers from The Story So Far below after the jump
In a video update with Johnny Cupcakes, it was revealed that A Day to Remember will be touring in the summer along with recording new songs. View the update below.
Burn Halo has signed a worldwide deal with eOne Music and will release a new album, Wolves of War, this summer. "It was important for us to find the right team," says frontman James Hart. "With Scott Givens and his staff at eOne, we believe we have found that team. We're all very excited about the future of Burn Halo." Listen to the title track below
Sleeping With Sirens just wrapped up a highly successful tour with Pierce The Veil but they're already looking forward to their fall plans. According to Main Stage Productions, a college booking website, All Time Low and Sleeping With Sirens will be teaming up for a tour this October-November. There's a screencap below in case the info gets pulled.
Anti-Flag have revealed the album cover and track listing to their new album, American Spring, coming out May 26th via Spinefarm Records. View the track list below
Chelsea Grin has announced a co-headline tour with The Word Alive, Like Moths To Flames, and Sylar. Prior to this tour, Chelsea Grin will be hitting the road as headliner on The Ashes To Ashes Tour with Sworn In, Carnifex and The Family Ruin.
I got a chance to stream Lion In The Mane's first full length album, The Noise War, from right after it was finished up until the release last week. Check out my review of the Brooklyn boys' first step up to the plate.
We're back a month later. Topics this week include Michael Jordan on Forbes Billionaire List, Andy Biersack trying so hard to be Axl Rose, Faith No More, $4 million dollars of gold that went missing in North Carolina, and more.
Jamie King is known as the brains behind The Basement Recording Inc, where he has worked with bands like Between The Buried and Me, The Contortionist, Scale the Summit, and He is Legend. If you want to learn how he works in the studio, be sure check out his CreativeLive Studio Pass get a behind-the-scenes look at his process.
Yesterday rounded off the last of the Bad Ass Weekend festivities this year and really brought the beginning of the punk/metal/grindcore calender in Houston for this year. This event in it's third year, was brought to us by Jaron Sayers and JC Newton and boy did it go off with a bang! With some of the headliners including the likes of Napalm Death, Who Killed Spikey Jacket?, and Goverment Issue this line-up was pretty much garenteed to sell out their respective venues.
While this is no City Of Angels soundtrack, I dove into a different member of the Cage family's music. Check out my thoughts on Wes Cage's solo album, Prehistoric Technology.
Hit The Lights have debuted the fourth chapter of "Skeleton Series," a documentary-style series created by Kyle Thrash. This episode features some epic beer stories. Watch it below
Dance Gavin Dance have announced dates for their upcoming Instant Gratification headline tour. Support comes from Polyphia, Hail The Sun, and Stolas. Tickets will go on sale starting Wednesday at noon local time here.
Joey Sturgis is the producer behind some of the biggest names in metalcore, including Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, and I See Stars. His style is one of the most sought after sounds of the last decade. Be sure to check out his podcast with Eyal Levy and Joel Wanasek where they provide personal perspective and commentary on everything from listener submitted mixes to recording techniques and career advice.