Hardcore supergroup Dead Cross have surprised released a new, self-titled EP today via frontman Mike Patton’s label, Ipecac Recordings. With a world tour kicking off tonight, the band has debuted a new music video for their track ‘My Perfect Prisoner’, which you can watch below. Continue reading
Three huge names in rock the last thirty years will team up for a new tour, the summertime Revolution 3 Tour. The bill features tri-headlining bands Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, and The Cult will each perform a full set with revolving set times between all three bands every night. Tickets go on sale to the public on April 6th via Live Nation. The members of all three bands will attend and perform at a tour launch party on April 3 in Los Angeles. Continue reading
Marking its sixth year as a touring summertime package for rock fans The Summerland Tour, presented by SiriusXM will feature mainstay founders Everclear, along with Marcy Playground and Local H. Ticket pre-sale link and the full set of dates are available below. Continue reading
In a post the Facebook page of the Borgholm Brinner Festival, an announcement was posted that Anthrax has canceled their appearance at the fest because they have canceled their entire summer tour has canceled its plans to tour Europe this summer “due to scheduling conflicts.”. The band added that “they sincerely apologize to all of their fans and hope to see them very soon” in a statement. No further announcement has been made or announced Borgholm Brinner Festival is curated by In Flames and takes place on July 27-28 at Borgholm Castle in Borgholm, Sweden. Continue reading
Týr fans rejoice! The Faroese folk metallers have announced that they will be returning to North America later this year with Orphaned Land, Ghost Ship Octavius, and Aeternam! Continue reading
In what may be the best death metal bill of the spring, Origin, Rings Of Saturn, Hideous Divinity and Graveslave have announced a European tour. All dates on sale now. Origin continues to tour behind their 2017 album Unparralled Universe, released via Nuclear Blast. Hail space!
Rock and metal legend Ozzy Osbourne has booked tour dates dubbed the “No More Tours 2” farewell tour. Ozzy will tour the next few years before hanging up his microphone. The original No More Tours tour was in 1992, in which Ozzy briefly retired at the end of the tour, only to mount a comeback a short time later. Full details for the tour below. Continue reading