Furnace Fest's revival has been serving as a catalyst for reuniting many high profile hardcore and post-hardcore bands. The latest is The Juliana Theory, who was announced as a lineup addition today.
Switchfoot has announced that they will be touring as support for Stone Temple Pilots and Nickelback this summer. Tickets will be on sale Thursday, January 23, at 10:00 AM in local time zones. Dates have not yet been announced.
The Classic Crime has released the tracklist for their upcoming album via a series of Instagram posts creating a collage.
Azusa and their record label, Solid State, announced a new album, Loop of Yesterday. This album will release on April 10, 2020. The album can be preordered on Azusa's online store, either in CD or LP form.
Disciple will be touring in support of their latest album Love Letter Kill Shot now through May, and you can find the most up-to-date schedule at disciplerocks.com/tour.
Billboard originally reported this week that Colton Dixon had switched record labels to Atlantic Records. Dixon was originally on Sparrow Records (a division of Capitol) after his American Idol run, but has decided to make the move to Atlantic Records while being mentored and guided by Skillet's John and Korey Cooper. Colton will be on the Cooper's label imprint, Hear It Loud.
“The Front Lines” immediately calls for attention with a mesmerizing riff perfectly accented by a few quick drum beats.
Seventh Day Slumber is preparing to embark on a new tour and is inviting you to be involved in helping to bring it to your city!
Following the announcement of the cancellation of their tour with Decyfer Down, Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh has announced that they still plan to head out in Spring 2020 on a tour with As We Are and Matt Sassano.
Switchfoot announced on their social media yesterday that they are going to be releasing a remix album of selections from their 2019 Native Tongue album on Friday, January 17, 2020. The EP will be titled Native Tongue: Reimagine/Remix EP.