August 15, 2014
August 14, 2014
Pallbearer in NYC in 2013 (more by greg Cristman)
Doom maestros Pallbearer are currently streaming their hotly anticipated sophomore effort, Foundations of Burden, over at Pitchfork Advance. The album will officially be unleashed upon the world on August 19, and the band will be embarking on a world tour shortly after the record drops. They'll tag Champaign-Urbana, IL on October 19 at High Dive with Tombs and Vattnet Viskar. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Full tour schedule is available at BrooklynVegan. Stream a track from the band's excellent last record below...
Screaming Females @ MHoW in May (more by Caroline Harrison)
Screaming Females have a handful of fall US tour dates on their schedule, including a couple that feature support from Pujol and Tenement. One of those three-band bills takes places at the Logan Square Auditorium on October 7, and tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (8/15) at noon CST.
All known Screamales dates lie after the jump...
Buke & Gase @ NXNE 2013 (more by David Andrako)
NYC duo Buke and Gase welcomed their most recent album, General Dome, in February of 2013. As seen on their Facebook, the pair began recording its follow-up back in May. While album details are forthcoming, we should be able to hear some of their new tunes when they embark on a fall North American tour. That tour includes a show at the Empty Bottle on October 6, and tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (8/15) at 10AM CST.
All Buke and Gase dates and a couple of videos lie after the jump...
Primus @ the Riv, June 2013 (more by James Richards IV)
Riot Fest Chicago have announced a slew of official festival aftershows, including Mineral with Into It. Over It. at Bottom Lounge, Primus at Concord Music Hall, Bad Religion with Anti-Flag at Double Door(!), and many more.
Here are your Riot Fest Chicago aftershow options:
Thursday, September 11Tickets for ALL aftershows (linked above) are on sale NOW.
Rise Against, The Lawrence Arms, Touche Amore, Radkey @ Aragon Ballroom
Friday, September 12
Billy Bragg, Billy The Kid @ City Winery Chicago
The Get Up Kids, Modern Baseball, The So So Glos @ Bottom Lounge
Cock Sparrer, Stiff Little Fingers @ Concord Music Hall
The Hold Steady, Death And Memphis @ Cobra Lounge
Bad Religion, Anti-Flag @ Double Door
Saturday, September 13
Andrew WK (DJ Set) @ Beauty Bar
The Hot Snakes, Plague Vendor @ Empty Bottle
Blue Meanies @ Bottom Lounge
Mineral, Into It. Over It. @ Double Door
Primus @ Concord Music Hall
Television @ Cobra Lounge
UK melodic indie-rock duo Nai Harvest announced a run of North American dates with Dads and Tiny Moving Parts a little while back, and now they've added dates around that tour. One of those is a Chicago show with Kittyhawk (who have an album on the way), Churchkey and Bedroom Sons on October 16 at Township. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Full tour schedule is available at BrooklynVegan. Check out a stream of Nai Harvest's split with Playlounge below...
Interpol @ House of Blues in July (more by James Richards IV)
Interpol have expanded their fall North American tour with Hundred Waters to include a handful of new dates. Some are second shows, like in both NYC and Philly, and others are brand new dates. One of those is a show at the Riviera Theatre on November 12. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (8/15) at 10AM CST. All dates are listed below.
All Interpol // Hundred Waters dates and some videos lie after the jump...
FKA Twigs @ Pitchfork Fest 2014 (more by James Richards IV)
UK electro-popper FKA twigs welcomed her debut LP earlier this week to critical acclaim. She's proved she can bring it live too, on a brief summer North American tour. FKA has announced that she'll be returning to North America for a large-scale fall tour. That run includes performances at venues like the 9:30 Club (D.C.), Union Transfer (Philly), and Terminal 5 (NYC), as well as a show at Metro on November 13. Tickets for the Chicago show go on sale this Friday (8/15) at noon CST.
All FKA Twigs dates and the video for LP1's "Two Weeks" lie after the jump...
August 13, 2014
Twin Shadow have postponed their fall North American tour, including their previously announced show set to happen at Metro on September 23. New dates will be announced shortly, and refunds will be available.
Here's a message from the band:
North American Eclipse Tour UpdateAll remaining TS dates are listed below...
To all of our awesome fans, I am very sorry to announce that we will be postponing this Fall's North American ECLIPSE TOUR.
While the band is more then excited to get out on the road and see you, there have been more then a few moving parts, leading us to re-evaluate the time that we launch our North American ECLIPSE TOUR.
As our ambitions with the live show and the music grow, we want to make sure we get it right. There is a lot of really great things going on behind the scenes of Twin Shadow that I want to tell you badly about, but we need to take some time to make sure everything settles perfectly.
The tickets you purchased will still be honored for the postponement dates that we will announce next month. If you'd prefer a refund just return to your point of purchase with your tickets and they'll sort you out.
While we are postponing our North American tour, we are keeping a select number of shows listed below, our goal is to use these shows to implement new elements that will help push things forward [Twin Shadow].
Opeth at The Riviera in 2012 (more by James Richards IV)
Swedish death metal legends Opeth and In Flames are joining forces for a US tour in support of their upcoming albums. Opeth's Pale Communion (which frontman Mikael Akerfeldt recently discussed with Invisible Oranges) is out August 26, and In Flames' Siren Charms drops September 8. The tour will kick off in Chicago at the Riviera Theatre on December 3 with support from Portland's Red Fang. Ticketing information is forthcoming, but you can check JAM Productions' site for updates.
For a full list of tour dates head over to BrooklynVegan. Check out new songs from Opeth and In Flames below...