Future Usses (Intronaut/Ex-Mouth Of The Architect, etc.) are streaming a new song titled “Heavenly Superperson.”
While on tour with Have Mercy, Boston Manor, A Will Away, Pure Noise band Can’t Swim was kind enough to have a chat with us at the Austin, Texas stop!
We caught up with San Francisco based rockers, Down and Outlaws to talk about their writing process and the topics they tackle in their upcoming EP. Find out more about these fellas on this Unsigned Spotlight.
Anti-Flag, Stray From The Path, The White Noise, and Sharptooth have announced dates for their "Silence=Violence Tour.”
Movements released their sophomore album entitled "Feel Something" on October 20th, 2017 which features indie-emo favorites such as "Daylily", "Deadly Dull", and "Colorblind"
Madball have revealed that guitarist Brian “Mitts” Daniels is leaving the group.
First Aid Kit stopped by in Austin, Texas on October 14th, 2017 to play Stubbs Amphitheater.
I Made You Myself have helped illuminate their local scene, balancing an emotive and unequivocally engaging sound, with their intense and engaging live show. Having already built up a head of steam touring across the Midwest, the alternative outfit continues to expand their fan base across the US with the release of "Graveyard Songs".
Anthrax and Killswitch Engage have revealed the dates for their "KillThrax II" tour with Havok.
"Neighborhood" tells the story of Noah's hometown of Park Ridge, Illinois calling it "a letter to my friends and family who were there for me from start to finish." Being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Noah wasn't able to talk until he was 5 years old, but recalls being able to hum at age 4 stating "I always tell people that I learned how to sing before I was able to talk. So music has always been in my life even when I was a kid." Now a sophomore at Belmont University in Nashville, Noah plans to release his debut EP titled All In The Family in January. Each track will be dedicated to a member of his family.
The 2017 KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas will be held at the Forum in Inglewood, CA on December 9-10.
A Perfect Circle has released the new song, “The Doomed” which is the first track to be heard from the band's upcoming album. “The Doomed” arrives as A Perfect Circle kick off the second leg of their first North American tour in six years, launching on Oct. 21 at the Aftershock festival. View tour dates and listen to the new song below.
A new Trivium song called "Betrayer" is now available to stream. The track will appear on the group's upcoming album "The Sin And The Sentence" (out October 20).
Metal musicians have made their way into various video games over the years for some awesome cameos. With this in mind, Kill The Music have put together a short list of those cameos.