Parkway Drive Announce Rescheduled 2021 Tour Dates with Hatebreed

Parkway Drive have just announced the new dates for their ‘Viva The Underdogs – European Revolution 2021’ Arena Tour.  The tour, which was originally supposed to start in April 2020 and then moved to November 2020, has been further postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The new shows will take place in March and April 2021, with all original tickets honoured for the rescheduled dates. Joining them on tour will be special guests Hatebreed and Crystal Lake.

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: April 28th New Music Releases

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Parkway Drive to Stream Their “Viva The Underdogs” Doc via Amazon, iTunes, Google and Vimeo

Parkway Drive hosted an exclusive streaming event last weekend of their new documentary, the amazing Viva The Underdogs. Now they have announced the film will be available to rent or buy digitally from Friday, 24th April through Amazon, iTunes, Google, and Vimeo. Viva the Underdogs initially had a very limited cinema release in January, which coincided with the release of a live soundtrack album with the same name. We will be releasing our review soon if you missed it or can’t buy or rent right now. To get you sufficiently hype, they have dropped a new extended trailer, which you can see right now! Continue reading

NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: March 27th New Music Releases

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Hatebreed Postpones New Album Indefinitely

In a post to social media today, Hatebreed has announced they are postponing their new album indefinitely due to production delays/shutdowns due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This follows last night’s announcement that their spring tour dates are totally canceled. Jamey Jasta commented: “[The] album is postponed indefinitely. I’m told retail + pressing plants in EU & N. America will be closing or are closed already making manufacturering/pre-orders impossible. Our fans buy a lot of vinyl/CDs so the label needs to protect their investment understandably”. Hatebreed is the first major band on a major metal label to postpone a highly anticipated album in 2020. Sadly, we expect more of these. Hatebreed’s next planned tour right now is their European tour with Parkway Drive, now set to take place late in 2020. Continue reading

Parkway Drive Taps Hatebreed, Stick To Your Guns and Venom Prison for 2020 Tour

Global Metalcore leaders Parkway Drive have booked a European tour for the spring ‘Viva The Underdogs – European Revolution 2020’ Arena Tour in April 2020. Direct support will come from Hatebreed, Stick To Your Guns and Venom Prison. The tour will kick off on April 1st in Hamburg’s Sporthalle and conclude at the legendary SSE Arena Wembley in London on April 18th. Tickets are on sale now. You can watch a video message from Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall and Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed on Facebook here. Continue reading

Watch The Trailer for Parkway Drive’s New Documentary “Viva The Underdogs”

Parkway Drive, who has gone from up and coming band to global festival headliner (such as Bloodstock Open Air) in just a decade, is releasing a documentary in early 2020. Viva The Underdogs will be shown in Australian cinemas on January 22. More information on other territories to follow. The film features over a decade of behind the scenes personal footage, coupled with unprecedented access to the bands’ most explosive live tours and world’s biggest music festivals. The film gives an incredibly honest and candid look at Parkway Drive’s journey; the good-times, battles, triumphs, and sacrifices. The band continues to tour the globe supporting its acclaimed 2018 album, Reverence (Epitaph). Watch the explosive trailer (seriously, fire!) right now! Continue reading

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Bloodstock Open Air 2019

Now in its nineteenth year, the annual metal pilgrimage to Bloodstock Open Air at Catton Hall in Derbyshire was joined this year by a very special, but highly unstable, guest.

The weather.

Yes, I know it’s England in August, and we should be more than accustomed to inconsistent weather conditions, but this really was something else. Tents too hot to be inside one moment were waterlogged the next. People soaked to the skin by sudden, torrential downpours were suffering sunburn minutes later. Grass turned to mud, mud became rivers, and the unprecedented winds would go on to cause problems all of their own. Continue reading

Architects, Bring Me The Horizon, Fever333, Bloodstock Open Air and More Win at The Heavy Music Awards

The third annual Heavy Music Awards were announced last night at a packed O2 Forum Kentish Town, hosted by Laura Jane Grace alongside live performances by Cancer Bats, Loathe, Nova Twins and Delaire The Liar. For the third year in a row, Architects took home a major win with two awards here – the first time any winner has picked up multiple awards at the same HMAs. The Brighton act picked up Best Album for Holy Hell, as well as Best Live Band. Other bands that won include Bring Me The Horizon, Parkway Drive, Fever333, Bloodstock Open Air for best festival, Dream State, photographer Paul Harries and more. Here is the full winners list: Continue reading