The All-American Rejects have premiered a lyric video for their song “Gen Why? (DGAF).”
Suffocation, Belphegor, Abiotic, and Necronomicon will be hitting the road on a fall U.S. tour.
Like Moths To Flames have shared an official video for their new song “All That You Lost.“
Thrice have announced a “Vheissu” 15th anniversary tour with mewithoutYou, Drug Church, and Holy Fawn.
Cuckoo and the Birds hail from Chicago, IL. The name dates back to when Tyler tried his hand at a solo project in high school after getting kicked out of the band he was in. He played one show in the basement of a house party. While performing, the drummer of the main band started blasting his double bass pedal behind him to "test it out," which inspired much of the audience to generally talk over him until finally that band played, when in the excitement someone rammed their friend's head through the drywall. Several years later, Tyler resolved for better or worse to bring Cuckoo and the Birds back from the dead—but this time around, he rams heavy metal drummers through the wall.
In Flames have announced a North American tour with Red and Arrival Of Autumn.
The Interrupters have released a cover of Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy."
Ex-DragonForce bassist Frédéric Leclercq has announced that he has joined Kreator
As I Lay Dying have shared an official video for “Blinded”
Lacuna Coil have shared an official video for their new song “Reckless.”