There is alot happening in the music world this fall, with the announcement of some amazing tours, such as Underoath's "reunion" tour. With those announcements come the openers that you've either never heard of or most likely worship. Here are 5 up and coming bands you should look for this fall.
The Devil Wears Prada is back with a new release since Record Store Day and this song is not at all a letdown. The track is entitled "Alien", which clearly follows the theme of the Space EP.
deafheaven will be touring North America in support of their album "New Bermuda". Tribulation is on the full tour as support and Envy will join for a week of dates. (October 30 - November 7th)
King Diamond will be back on tour performing the classic 1987 album Abigail in its entirety! The tour will begin on October 29th and runs through December 5th with legendary thrash metal band Exodus as the opening act.
Band Camp will be the first major music festival in Elko, Nevada on August 7th and 8th in the Elko City Park. As part of their Summer of Music series consisting of a Battle of the Bands, A Summer Under the Stars concert and culminating with a 2 day music festival, Band Camp. Activities this year include a crowd games (such as crowd twister, crowd musical chairs) and prizes, vendors in the park, inflatables and games for kids, Apple Pie eating contest, and a 1.5 day multi-genre music festival highlighting bands from across the country with emphasis on those performing original music. You can follow them on social media as they update the event and share video, photos and more during the festival!
After 8 years, John L. Reese, the co-founder of Mayhem Fest announced on his Facebook page that the festival was calling it quits. Originally established as an alternative to Ozzfest, the festival co-founded by Reese and Kevin Lyman, has been a staple of the summer touring market for nearly a decade.
Rare and Xbox is teaming up with iam8bit to deliver a few classic soundtracks from your childhood. Along with the Battletoads vinyl announced at San Diego Comic Con, iam8bit will also be releasing the soundtracks for Banjo Kazooie, and Perfect Dark. Both were composed by the one and only, Grant Kirkhope. Each album is limited edition, with only 3,000 copies being made available.
Warped Tour is almost over. That means fall tour announcements! Our source has given us the inside scoop on some huge tour packages. As always, these are real, confirmed tours. No rumors. We only deal in absolutes. A few of these have been announced already while others obviously haven't yet. Who are you excited to see?
Slow to Speak are a group of friends seeking to deliver heartfelt music that appeals to wide range of audiences while ultimately writing to express the inner workings of their minds. Armed to the teeth with developing theory educations, the band seeks to push melodic though often driven and rhythmic instrumentation along side catchy and powerful vocal melodies. With influence coming from across the board, they hope to deliver something new to the table.
Kill the Music caught up with Youth in Revolt frontman True Arahill after the band closed out the Ernie Ball Stage at Vans Warped Tour in Salt Lake City, Utah. He confirmed the rumors of a new album being released in the Fall and even revealed how it will differ from their debut EP, Love is A Liar's Game. This is the first year that Youth in Revolt has been on the tour and True reflected on upon his experiences so far.
It's Sunday, which means it's Staff Recommendation Day. Let us know what you've enjoyed this week.
Underoath has been broken up for a while now, which was a huge bummer on a lot of us.. But it seems as though something with them is up. Read below to see what's been going on and what they have up their sleeve!
Hardcore band, Terror, recently premiered their video for their track "Mind At War". To view the video, and read more on the band, click below!
The Wonder Years have released a new from their upcoming album No Closer To Heaven. This song is very laidback and has one of the best buildups I've heard this year. This album is going to be one of the best of 2015.
It's not often that bands seem to launch Kickstarters or Indiegogo campaigns for new releases. That is until Good Tiger showed up. If you haven't ever heard of Good Tiger, don't worry that's normal.
I See Stars have announced a brand new album with no new songs in sight. This album is all acoustic songs from New Demons and a couple of covers. Basically, we are looking at another year of I See Stars' riding off of their previous album.