When We Were Young will return for a third year to the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on October 19, 2024 with headliners My Chemical Romance and Fall Out Boy leading the massive lineup.
In 2024, over 50 bands will each perform an album front-to-back with highlights including My Chemical Romance performing The Black Parade, A Day To Remember's Homesick, Jimmy Eat World's Bleed American, Pierce The Veil's Collide With The Sky, The Used's In Love and Death, Simple Plan performing No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls, Dashboard Confessional's Dusk and Summer, Coheed and Cambria's Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, along with Nada Surf's Let Go, in addition to rare reunions from Cobra Starship performing ¡Viva La Cobra! and Chiodos performing All's Well That Ends Well and much more. (continue)
Heavy metal icons PANTERA will return to the stage this February on the second leg of their North American headlining tour. The journey follows the band's massively successful twenty-city run this past Summer, a tour which stood as one of the most anticipated tours of 2023, as well as their dates supporting Metallica.
Featuring classic members, vocalist Philip H. Anselmo and bassist Rex Brown, alongside guitarist Zakk Wylde and drummer Charlie Benante, the latest stretch of live dates continues the celebration of the lives of late founding members, drummer Vinnie Paul and guitarist Dimebag Darrell. (continue)
Dolly Parton kicks off her album release week this morning with a big announcement: she's coming home to Rocky Top! On Saturday, November 18, Parton will make a special appearance during the UT Volunteers vs. Georgia Bulldogs game beginning at 3:30pm ET on CBS.
The global superstar, who has a UT Vols edition of her much-anticipated Rockstar album, will make her first appearance at Neyland Stadium in front of 101,000 fans. (continue)
Last week, legendary Celtic punk heroes Flogging Molly announced their two-part event Flogging Molly's Shamrock Rebellion, taking place St. Patrick's Day weekend in partnership with Brew Ha Ha Productions.
Today, the band is thrilled to announce the "Road to Rebellion Tour" leading to Shamrock Rebellion. Kicking off February 16 in Mashantucket, CT, the tour will feature support from singer-songwriter/guitarist Amgio The Devil, a standout figure in modern folk and dark Americana. Gen & The Degenerates will open the show. Tickets go on sale Thursday, November 16 at 10am local time. (continue)
Bryan Adams announced the extension of his highly successful So Happy It Hurts Tour with 31 dates slated for next year. Produced by Live Nation, the 2024 run kicks off on Saturday, January 20 in Billings, MT at First Interstate Arena at MetraPark, with stops across North America in San Jose, El Paso, Mexico City, Orlando, Pittsburgh, and more before wrapping up on Wednesday, March 20 in Syracuse, NY at Upstate Medical University Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial. Special guest Dave Stewart's Eurythmics Songbook will join as support across the tour.
TICKETS: Tickets will be available starting with an Artist Presale beginning Tuesday, November 14 at 10 AM local time. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, November 17 at 10 AM local time at bryanadams.com. (continue)
Los Angeles-based group Silos combine anthemic alternative/hard rock melodies with an elixir of EDM-infused beats and pop-punk riffs to create their uniquely captivating sound. Formed and fronted by Ray Garrison (also known under the pseudonym Phynx from his former DJ career), Silos have today (November 13) shared the music video for the new single "Lighthouse" featuring Shifty of CrazyTown.
Taken from the band's debut full-length album due Spring 2024 via Judge & Jury Records (Starset, Diamante), "Lighthouse" is co-produced by Garrison alongside Judge & Jury Records co-owner and multi-platinum Grammy-nominated producer Howard Benson (All American Rejects, Three Days Grace, Daughtry). The impassioned lyrics reflect Garrison finding love and celebrating two years of sobriety after struggling with addiction. (continue)
Orlando trash rock band FELICITY has today announced their forthcoming single "Kill 'Em All", set to be released on November 28th via Zodhiac Records. Featuring rap rock group Discrepancies, "Kill 'Em All" sets a blistering pace as it calls out deception and hypocrisy.Pre-save "Kill 'Em All" here.
"Growing up in the early 2000s, we've always been heavily influenced by bands like Papa Roach, Korn, Sevendust, limp Bizkit, and Linkin Park. With 'Kill 'Em All,' we wanted to pay homage to these bands and push FELICITY's bounds into a direction we've never ventured before, a modern take on classic Nu-Metal," says guitarist Drew Rapier. (continue)
Alternative grunge artist and multi-instrumentalist AP Tobler releases the new single "Death Waltz," and to celebrate we asked AP to tell us about the track and video. Here is the story:
I began to write Death Waltz at my grandparents' house, using the old acoustic guitar that was gifted to me when I was 8. I was feeling lonely, lost, and wishing to cease to exist. The first half of the song was written over the span of about 10 minutes, and the second half was written a few months later. I then recorded it at District Recording in San Jose, CA, where I played all of the tracks. (continue)