Post-Hardcore leaders Every Time I Die have announced details of their 2022 UK tour, taking place in January and February next year. Direct support will come from The Bronx, Jesus Piece, and Sanction. Full dates are below and the tickets will go on sale Friday, April 16th at 9 am UK time. The band released three new singles during the pandemic era, “Colossal Wreck”, “Desperate Pleasures” and “AWOL”. Their last full length was 2016’s Low Teens, via Epitaph Records.
Bringing together the best bands in Metalcore, Punk, Rock, and Metal, Furnace Fest has been announced for this fall at Sloss Furnaces September. 24-26 this year and features a plethora of huge bands such as Killswitch Engage, Taking Back Sunday, Andrew W.K., Underøath, Astronoid, Cave In, Converge, Defeater, Eighteen Visions, Emery, End, ERRA, Every Time I Die, All Get Out, Anberlin, The Appleseed Cast, The Beautiful Mistake, Beloved, Better Off, The Bled, As Friends Rust, August Burns Red, Bad Cop Bad Cop, Be Well, Boy Sets Fire, The Casket Lottery, Comeback Kid, Counterparts, Darkest Hour, Face to Face, Fit for a King, The Get Up Kids, Hatebreed, Zao and more! The full day-by-day lineups and tickets can be found below!
Post-Hardcore leaders Every Time I Die have officially released a new single and lyric video for their song “AWOL.” You can purchase and stream the track from their label Epitaph Records right now.
Ghost Cult ‘s Chief Editor Keefy caught up with uber-producer Will Putney (Fit For An Autopsy, producer for Every Time I Die, Gojira, Body Count, Knocked Loose) is releasing his new album with grindcore/hardcore metal supergroup END, Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face, this June 5th via Closed Casket Activities. We caught up with Will to discuss the origins of END, which includes members of Counterparts (Brendan Murphy — Vocals), The Dillinger Escape Plan (Billy Rymer — Drums), Fit For An Autopsy (Will Putney — Guitars), Misery Signals/Shai Hulud (Gregory Thomas — Guitars), and Reign Supreme (Jay Pepito — Drums), the new album, the bands writing process, the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on both of Will’s bands and his production work, how he got started in music as an intern with Machine, and much more. You can pre-order the new END album here, and support FFAA as well, and listen to our chat with him. Continue reading
Let’s take a minute and give a proper shout out to the lovely state of Kentucky because despite not being typically known for its extreme music scene it is somehow home to the bruisers in Knocked Loose. Not familiar with Knocked Loose? Well, just know that in the span of two LPs and a handful of splits and EPs they’ve secured themselves a plum spot in the modern Hardcore pecking order. Let’s skip the formalities, A Different Shade of Blue (Pure Noise) is only going to further entrench these gentlemen into the hearts of slam dancers and tough guys alike.Continue reading
I remember the great commercial Metalcore boom of the mid-aughts like it was yesterday. I was in the twilight years of high school, about 30 pounds lighter and with no useful insight into how to drive a car or pleasure a woman. I had it all figured out. You may not believe it, but I am wearing an As I Lay Dying tee as I type this. Heart of a Coward‘s The Disconnect (Arising Empire) takes me back to many an evening in 2004 hanging with the homies. Continue reading
I’d love to travel back in time and run into a much slimmer and naïve high school version of myself and let him know that we screwed the pooch and elected an asshole as president (worse than Bush) and that a member of Anthrax would collaborate with some of the dudes in Fall Out Boy. Then I’d leave him alone because all of that would likely give him some sort of brain aneurysm. But hey it’s 2019 and here’s The Damned Things‘ sophomore effort, High Crimes (Nuclear Blast).Continue reading
After a 2018 edition that smashed expectations, the award-winning 2000Trees Festival is coming back with a band in 2019. Their major lineup announcement is here and it is a banger! You Me At Six, Every Time I Die (doing ‘Hot Damn‘ in full + the hits), Frank Iero and the Future Violents, While She Sleeps, Therapy? Comeback Kid, Jamie Lenman (headlining and curating Lenmania II) , Hands Like Houses , Single Mothers , Cavetown , Estrons , Martha , Milk Teeth , Puppy , Muncie Girls , GroundCulture , Higher Power , Loathe , Gouge Away, Nervus , Heavy Lungs, MØL, and many more were in today’s announcement of the first thirty-three bands on the bill. More to come soon! 2000trees Festival takes place Thursday -Saturday 13th – 15th of July 2019 at Upcote Farm, near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Tickets on sale now at the link below. Continue reading
Every Time I Die played their annual Christmas show last night in their hometown of Buffalo, New York. The band was applauded earlier in the day by the city with a decree of an honorary day. The announcement came right before the bands “Tid The Season” holiday show at the Buffalo Riverworks. You can see the proclamation below. ETID capped off a big year on tour with Turnstile, Angel Du$t, and Vein. They also released their new beer, Buffalo 666, at the Riverworks show.
Blistering Hardcore Metal band Vein have shared a new video for their track ‘Demise Automation’. The track comes from their acclaimed new album Errorzone, out now via Closed Casket Activities. Catch the band on tour through the end of the year with Every Time I Die and watch the video right now! Continue reading