Project 86 is gearing up for a special event later this week that will celebrate their landmark album Drawing Black Lines. The concert will feature the album played in its entirety, live-streamed to viewers on January 15. Fans who purchase VIP tickets will get access to an acoustic, storytelling-centered hangout session on January 14.
Anberlin has announced the latest in a series of livestreams revisiting their past albums. Paper Tigers will see the band performing their 2008 album New Surrender on January 8. Tickets and merch packages are available at anberlinmerch.com.
Seattle based emo band Emery will be livestreaming two of their early albums on separate dates in January, the band announced on social media.
Heavy metal veterans Project 86 have been creating hard music since their debut over 20 years ago. So it is fitting that the rockers are set to perform the entirety of Drawing Black Lines live online to celebrate the anniversary of the release of their sophomore project, which released in 2000.
The holidays don't officially arrived until August Burns Red melts snow and faces with their heavy rendition of Christmas favorites like "Sleddin' Hill." So as is appropriate in a year when online streams have become a popular delivery platform for live music, ABR will turn digital devices into a hard rock holiday party on December 12.
Disciple announced over social media last night that they will be postponing their Anniversary X livestream (celebrating 10 years since the release of Horseshoes & Handgrenades) until December 11.
Lifehouse is the latest band to revisit the classics in a special livestream, announcing that they will be playing their 2000 album No Name Face in acoustic form on October 31.
Disciple is set to stream Horseshoes & Handgrenades: Anniversary X on November 21. The online concert will offer a full production performance of every track from Disciple’s pivotal album Horseshoes & Handgrenades, complete with appearances from all of the band members who were members at the time the album was made.
Punk rock outfit MxPx is planning a livestream event called Between This World And the Next on October 16 at 9:30 PM Eastern Time and 6:30 PM Pacific Time.
Switchfoot let the news slip at their most recent livestream concert that a new album is well underway.