For all you long-time ska/punk loving children of the early 90’s have we got some fun for you. In early November, two of ska and punk’s most important and relevant bands will be playing four shows together on the west coast. That’s right, Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger are joining forces for four nights of all out musical debauchery. The fun begins on November 3rd at the House of Blues in San Diego, then carries on November 4th in Los Angeles, November 6th in San Louis Obispo, and finally on November 7th in Las Vegas.
After some brief turmoil in which popular post hardcore sweethearts Chiodos swapped out their beloved lead singer Craig Owens and drummer Derrick Frost, they are now ready to continue their quest at musical domination. Bringing along the likes of Atreyu, blessthefall, Architects (delightful UK band), and Endless Hallway, Chiodos will embark on a full US and Canada adventure titled the “Congregation of the Damned Tour”. Read More & Get Tour Dates!
What’s in a name? Well, in this case everything. The music of Columbus, Ohio rock band Attack Attack! will do just that. After a summer of incredible and memorable performances on Warped Tour and a #1 debut on the Independent Music Chart, the band is gearing up for its own headlining tour this winter. The five-week This Is A Family Tour kicks off in Cleveland in November. Joining Attack Attack! on the first week of the tour is Pierce The Veil, Of Mice and Men, and In Fear and Faith and on November 21st Emmure will hop on the bill as well. Tour Dates & More, Just a Click Away
Hello Coheed and Cambria super-fans. As you probably already know, our favorite proggressive nerd rockers are out on the road performing at venues and in-stores at locations near you! Keep reading for tour information, as you do not want to miss a chance to see Claudio Sanchez and the gang live.
Speaking of the spectacularly-haired Claudio, he used his creative and brilliant mind to make a new video for Coheed and Cambria’s single “World of Lines“. Claudio used footage from the Fritz Lang classic German Sci-fi film, Metropolis to create a dramtically strange, black-and-white masterpiece. Check it out: