Over the course of the Vans Warped tour this year, Escape The Fate started playing a brand new song called "Just A Memory." Today, they finally released the studio version! Along with that, is a free download for the song, album information, and tour information as well!
The album will be released on October 30, and you can pre-order it starting this Friday! The album is called Hate Me and we do not appear to have a track listing yet. That will come Friday when the pre-orders kick in. Meanwhile, please check out the song below and the tour dates as well!
The free download is available only through Escape The Fate's website, and you probably should jump on it.
The US leg of the Hate Me tour begins October 13 in Anaheim, CA, and concludes back in San Diego, CA on November 15. Then the band will go to the UK January 28 and end up exploring all of Europe until the 16th of February.
Bring Me The Horizon has already announced a tour in support of their upcoming, brand new album, but they actually announced a bonus show that is before the tour!
The tour doesn't begin until October 1, but this show will be on September 6. This will be at the Rose Theater in Kingston, England, and its probably one of the smallest shows they've had in a long time.
If our findings are correct, the Rose Theater only holds 900 people! We are not finding ticket information at this second, but surely it will be coming shortly and will definitely sell out.
Meanwhile, for all the North American fans who are going, "WHAT ABOUT US??" Bring Me The Horizon's tour with Issues and Pvris begins October 1, and they have several festivals coming up as well! All the tour dates are below, along with links for the ticket formation that is known!
On August 14, 2015, Shinedown released a second song from their upcoming fifth album, Threat To Survive. The song is called "Black Cadillac" and starts off much slower than expected. It starts off with a piano, and adds in the other instruments.
The song is rather inspiring actually. It opens with Brent Smith basically saying he has a lot going on in his head and would be okay if he would just relax. Music speaks, clearly. Everyone has felt overwhelmed and stressed out before, this song could maybe help someone work their way out of that.
"I've got a mindful of inspiration and I ain't living in the past no more. So feast your eyes on the big blue sky." Once again, lyrical genius being shown by Shinedown.
You can get this, and "Cut The Cord" on Threat To Survive which is available for pre-order now and will officially be out on September 18. You can also catch Shinedown on tour with Breaking Benjamin this fall all over the US. All the information for the tour can be found on Shinedown's website, and you can listen to the song below!
On September 18, Atreyu will be releasing Long Live, their comeback album after a six year hiatus. Today, they announced the first single, "Start To Break."
You can listen to the song now through Alternative Press and check out all their upcoming tour dates below.
The tour will have support from Unearth, Beartooth and Wovenwar, and will go from September 18 (album release day), through October 12. A couple stops of this tour are festivals, which are the Louder Than Life festival and the Rock Allegiance Festival. About a month after this tour concludes will be the Kink Music Festival in Orlando, Florida. More information on each festival can be found on their respective websites, and ticket information can be found on Atreyu's website.
9/18 | Pomona, Calif. | The Glass House
9/19 | Sacramento, Calif. | Ace of Spades
9/20 | Los Angeles, Calif. | Troubadour
10/2 | Pontiac, Mich. | Crofoot Ballroom
10/3 | Louisville, Ky. | Louder Than Life Festival
10/5 | Toronto, ON | Opera House
10/6 | Montreal, QC | Corona Theatre
10/7 | New York, N.Y. | Irving Plaza
10/9 | Boston, Mass. | Paradise Rock Club
10/10 | Philadelphia, Pa. | Rock Allegiance
10/11 | Baltimore, Md. |Baltimore Soundstage
10/12 Norfolk, Va. | The Norva
11/14 | Orlando, Fla. | Kink Music Festival
Internet trolls are a common thing these days. They're always trying to get a rise out of someone, and are usually heckling someone just for the hell of it. Its pointless really, but some can be appreciated more than others.
Apparently someone decided they were going to attempt to question Rob Zombie here recently. Little did they know, they would be getting a response from Rob Zombie himself.
Rob had shared an interview, and among other replies was a comment solely about his appearance. "When did you become a hipster?" Um, sir, you are questioning a legend in his own right. Watch yourself.
Rob responded by grabbing a picture from the heckler's profile and stating, "Sir, you are in no position to discuss what is hip."
I cannot find the original comment in the sea of responses, but Rob did share an article much like this one that someone wrote in regards to him showing up a troll. All he said was, "Man, if I thought anybody actually read that shit, I would have tried harder to be funny. Who knew?"
He then continued to answer questions in the comment section, and some were just trying to spark smart ass answers. Something tells me Mr. Zombie was having some fun here.
One simply acknowledged Rob's comeback, and anotehr asked a real question.
Rob Zombie is currently off of touring, and clearly finding something to kill the time -the internet. Rob has been quoted saying that a new album should be out sometime in March of 2016, and he will be gearing up for some festivals soon!
These festivals include his own festival that includes haunted houses and performances from Rob Zombie. This goes from September 25, through November 1, though the performances are only on October 2 and 4. For more information please visit the website for Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare.
In between his performances there, will be the Louder Than Life Festival. A week later will be the Rock Allegiance Festival and the Monster Mash festival on November 1.
Ticket information can be found on the respective websites, and are all worth checking out if you're able.
For quite some time now, Shinedown had been hinting at an album announcement. All they would post was the date -8.7.15, and left it at that.
As time passed, fans caught onto the fact that it would be the album announcement, finally. Its been three years since the release of their last album, Amaryllis, and now they present you with....
Threat To Survival!
The album comes out on September 18 and has eleven tracks. One of them is "Cut The Cord", which they released not long ago. Another is one they have played live, and fans guessed the title of. "Asking For It." Is that one.
You can pre-order the album now on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon! Be sure to check out the track listing below.
1. Asking For It
2. Cut The Cord
3. State Of My Head
5. How Did You Love?
6. It All Adds Up
9. Thick As Thieves
10. Black Cadillac
These are just some of the happenings in the music world. There will always be something that Immortal Music did not cover, but here are just some events.