Entries for the ‘Tours’ Category

Dear Boy covers Psychedelic Furs, tours with The Dears (2015)

Los Angeles-based band Dear Boy have announced a west coast tour with The Dears. The upcoming tour will include shows in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and a hometown performance at the Bootleg in Los Angeles. All upcoming dates are listed below. The band is touring in support of their first international 7″ out now via Easy Hell / Manimal Vinyl. [...]

Wolvhammer to tour with Atriarch (2015)

Following tours with Mortals, Black Cobra, 1349 and more throughout 2015 in support of their Profound Lore-released Clawing Into Black Sun LP, Wolvhammers’s upcoming trek will see them uniting with Atriarch for a week-and-a-half of dates next month. Beginning December 10 in Vancouver, British Columbia, the two bands will crush through Bellingham, Seattle, Olympia, Boise, [...]

1349 to tour with Tombs, Full of Hell (2016)

Dates have now been announced for 1349′s “Chaos Raids U.S.A. 2016 Tour,” also featuring Tombs and Full Of Hell. Here is the schedule: 1/9 Miami, FL @ Churchill’s 1/10 Tampa, FL @ Orpheum 1/11 Atlanta, GA @ The Basement 1/12 Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506 1/13 Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter 1/14 Brooklyn, NY [...]

Cavanaugh release debut, tour (2015, 2016)

Cavanaugh, Open Mike Eagle and Serengeti’s new rap group have released their debut album Time and Materials via Mello Music Group. The album features P.O.S, Busdriver and Hemlock Ernst (Sam Herring from Future Islands). Though Serengeti and Mike Eagle have known each other for many years and went to Southern Illinois University together, Cavanaugh is their first [...]

Wildhoney share video for “Seventeen,” tour (2016)

Forming in late 2011, Wildhoney set out to write pop songs with the energy and malcontent of hardcore punk, but without its entrenched masculinity — drawing influences from ‘60s girl groups, ‘80s post punk, indie pop, and shoegaze. The five-piece has since become one of the loudest — and sweetest — bands in its hometown [...]

Eight Bells announce U.S. tour dates (2016)

From Portland, Oregon, Eight Bells is the trio consisting of guitarist/vocalist Melynda Jackson, formerly of SubArachnoid Space (the San Francisco psych rockers whose final album, released in 2009 on Crucial Blast, is the origin of the Eight Bells name), bassist/vocalist Haley Westeiner, and new drummer Rae Amitay, also of Immortal Bird and Thrawsunblat. Forthcoming new full-length Landless was recorded and mixed by Billy Anderson (Neurosis, [...]

Anti-Flag ready Cease Fires, tour (2015, 2016)

Anti-Flag have announce Cease Fires, an album on b-sides and rerecorded material to be released on A-F Records December 18. Pre-orders for the picture disc LP are available HERE. The material on Cease Fires comes from the 20 Years Of Hell 7″ subscription series released in 2013. The 7″s, limited to 500 subscribers, featured re-recorded material [...]

Palehound announces dates in support of Dry Food (2015, 2016))

Boston’s Palehound aka 21-year-old Ellen Kempner released her debut LP Dry Food earlier this year via Exploding In Sound.  The album has received accolades from the likes of Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, NPR, SPIN + more as it continues to gain international attention.  Following a label signing with UK’s Heavenly Recordings, Palehound announce an upcoming winter [...]

Explosions In The Sky announce tour dates (2016)

Explosions In The Sky have announced a handful of 2016 tour dates.  Here they are: 19 April GLASGOW @ Barrowland 20 April DUBLIN @ Vicar Street 22 April MANCHESTER @ Albert Hall  23 April BRISTOL @ Colston Hall  24 April BRIGHTON @ Brighton Dome  25 April LONDON @ Royal Albert Hall

Silver Snakes sign to Evil Ink Records, tour (2016)

Southern California’s rising underground alternative-rock band Silver Snakes will make their much anticipated return in 2016 with the release of their third studio album, Saboteur, via Evil Ink Records (U.S.) and Pelagic Records (Europe) on February 5. Fans who pre-order the record will receive an instant download of “Raindance.” Silver Snakes’ impending release also marks [...]