Listen To New ATREYU Song 'The Time Is Now'

California metalcore band ATREYU will release its seventh full-length album, “In Our Wake”, on October 12 through Spinefarm. The latest single from the effort, “The Time Is Now”, can be streamed below. Following a hiatus post-“Congregation Of The Damned” in 2009, Alex Varkatzas (vocals), Brandon Saller (drums, vocals), “Big” Dan Jacobs (guitar), Travis Miguel (guitar) and Porter McKnight (bass) returned firing on all cylinders with “Long Live” during 2015. It crashed the Top 30 of the Billboard Top 200 and earned widespread acclaim. Along the way, the boys sold out countless headline shows in addition to sharing the stage with … Continue reading

GRETA VAN FLEET: 'Anthem Of The Peaceful Army' Album Details Revealed; 'Watching Over' Single Available

Michigan rockers GRETA VAN FLEET — Jake Kiszka (guitar), Sam Kiszka (bass, keyboards), Josh Kiszka (vocals) and Danny Wagner (drums) — will release their debut album, “Anthem Of The Peaceful Army”, on October 19 via Lava/Republic Records. Fans who pre-order the album will receive an instant-grat track, the brand new song “Watching Over”, which can be heard below. Collectively written by all four band members, the ten original songs explore a variety of topics that include fresh starts, love, integrity, innocence, adventure, diversity and peace, the life cycle and its inherent responsibilities, courage, masked deceptions, revolution, and truth. Blending rock, … Continue reading

Watch Machine Gun Kelly unleash the “Rap Devil” in Eminem’s home state

The Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem saga has continued, and this time, MGK brought the “Rap Devil” himself to Em’s home state. Read more: Is Eminem working on a response to MGK’s diss track? During tonight’s show in Grand Rapids, Michigan, fan captured footage has shown Machine Gun Kelly bringing his new persona, the Rap Devil, out to play in Eminem (you know, the rapper he’s currently in a heated rap battle with,)’s home state. Before the song begins, MGK can be heard saying: “This is not a battle between Michigan and Ohio. This is a battle between the past and … Continue reading

The Sword announce hiatus, cancel upcoming Australian tour

After 15 years, the Sword have decided to go on a hiatus. Read more: Northlane announce the departure of bassist Alex Milovic  Earlier this morning, the band took to social media to announce that they will be going on hiatus after they finish the remaining dates of their U.S. tour. Additionally, the band also announced the cancellation of their Australian tour. No official cause for the hiatus has been revealed, other than the band deciding it “is time for a breather.” Read the band’s full statement below: After 15 years of nonstop recording and touring, The Sword will take a hiatus … Continue reading

Fall Out Boy add special guest to upcoming show and other news you might have missed today

Citizen will be embarking on a short string of headlining dates—plus, watch a new music video from Terror. Check out the news you might have missed today below! Read more: Blink-182 cancel Riot Fest performance, mini tour, more 1. Fall Out Boy add a special guest to their Columbus show Special thanks for @falloutboy for inviting us to perform at @NationwideArena this Sunday! ????: https://t.co/bwUht8PdYm https://t.co/cHv1qLeE2y — Beartooth (@BEARTOOTHband) September 6, 2018 Beartooth will be joining Fall Out Boy for the Columbus stop of the MANIA tour, which is extra special considering the band call the Ohio city home. Machine … Continue reading

Are the Oscars already ditching the category they just made?

Less than a month ago, The Academy Awards announced they would be adding a new category for popular film. However, it looks like the Academy may have changed their minds about the newest addition. Read more: Blink-182 cancel Riot Fest performance, mini tour, more Set to make its debut this February at the 91st Oscars, the popular film category was made to attract mainstream moviegoers to watch the televised award show. The category was said to award “outstanding achievement in popular film.” While this idea seems great in theory, the Academy failed to actually lay out any criteria or voting … Continue reading