Hawthorne Heights tap Thursday, Saosin, Armor For Sleep & more for 20th anniversary album tour

The “20 Years of Tears tour” makes over 50 stops in the US from June through September.

Is For Lovers 2024 lineups (Thursday, Underoath, All-American Rejects, Starting Line, Hot Mulligan, more)

Hawthorne Heights’ nostalgia-heavy emo festival series returns in 2024, stopping in seven cities.

When We Were Young 2024 adds 2nd day with same lineup & album plays

My Chemical Romance (playing ‘The Black Parade’) and Fall Out Boy headline, and the lineup also includes Pretty Girls Make Graves’ second announced show 17 years (playing ‘The New Romance’), Dashboard Confessional (‘Dusk and Summer’), Coheed and Cambria (‘Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV’), and lots more.

When We Were Young announces 2024 lineup with over 50 album plays!

My Chemical Romance (playing ‘The Black Parade’) and Fall Out Boy (seemingly doing a career-spanning set) headline, and the lineup also includes the first-announced Pretty Girls Make Graves show in 17 years, Dashboard Confessional playing ‘Dusk and Summer,’ Coheed and Cambria playing ‘Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV,’ and tons more.

28 New Songs Out Today

Listen to new songs by Nikki Lane, Calvin Harris (ft. Justin Timberlake, Halsey & Pharrell), Omerett√† the Great, DJ Muggs (ft. Scarface & Halsey), Joey Bada$$, Vandoliers, KEN mode, Lewis OfMan ft. Carly Rae Jepsen, Bodega, and more…

Dashboard Confessional & Andrew McMahon announce co-headlining tour

Armor For Sleep, The Juliana Theory, and Cartel will open, varying by date.

Chain Fest w/ Jimmy Eat World, Taking Back Sunday & more happens this weekend in CA

Originally scheduled for May of 2020, Irvine, CA’s Chain Fest now happens on Saturday, and the lineup also includes Circa Survive and more

Furnace Fest announces extremely stacked emo/post-hardcore/metalcore lineup (for 2021)

It features Taking Back Sunday, Underoath, Killswitch Engage, mewithoutYou, Thursday, Converge, Cave In, Every Time I Die, Zao, The Bled, Hopesfall, Touche Amore, Turnstile, Darkest Hour, Be Well, The Casket Lottery, Piebald, Knocked Loose, Further Seems Forever, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, and much more…

tour news: Iron Maiden, Decibel Fest, Best Coast, Black Keys, Alanis Morissette, more

Plus: Rancid/Dropkick Murphys, Chain Fest, Guns N’ Roses, Peach Music Festival, and more tours, festivals and events affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

A letter from Cartel's "Bubble Boy" (to Bob Lefsetz)

I actually never even heard of Cartel until all this caffeinated-carbonated-beverage-band-in-a-bubble hoopla. I also sort of tried to ignore it until just now – that’s when I posted the fact that this event is happening right here in NYC next month, and for free…
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