From Autumn to Ashes Drop Off Reunion Tour


Right in the middle of their reunion tour, From Autumn to Ashes have announced that due to a personal emergency, the group have dropped off of their own reunion tour.

In a statement, the band revealed the disheartening news, but did go on to encourage the fans who bought tickets to still go to the upcoming shows and support the other bands that are on the bill (Hawthorne Heights, Sleepwave, and Extinction AD). They also promised to make it up which is always a good thing.

Check out the band’s statement below.

“Unfortunately, due to a personal emergency beyond our control, we will not be able to play our upcoming west coast shows with our friends in Hawthorne Heights, Sleepwave, and Extinction AD, nor will we be doing the NYC date with Emery and Fashion Week. We apologize to everyone who was planning on coming out to see these shows. We’ll be making up shows as soon as we can. Thank you all so much for your continued support, we are incredibly grateful to every one of you for sticking by us throughout the years. We’ll keep you updated on when the make-up shows will be. As always, thanks for everything…we’ll see you soon!”

From Autumn to Ashes announced their return from six-year hiatus late last year. The news was soon followed by the news that they would be one of the several bands reuniting at this year’s Skate and Surf Festival alongside Thrice, Acceptance, and Poison the Well.

From Autumn to Ashes Announce First Post-Hiatus Tour


After announcing they would be reuniting late last year, From Autumn to Ashes will be taking their reunion on the road for a Summer tour.

The band, who will be one of the many reuniting at this year’s Skate and Surf Fest in New Jersey, will be heading out on a month-long tour beginning on June 18 at the Brighton Music Hall in Allston, MA.

Heading out on tour with them will be Sleepwave, Extinction A.D., and Hawthorne Heights.

The complete list of tour stops, as well as the poster for it, can be seen below.


6/18 – Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
6/19 – Montebello, QC @ Amnesia Rockfest**
6/20 – Kitchener, ON @ Wax
6/21 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
6/23 – Columbus, OH @ Skully’s
6/24 – Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room
6/26 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
6/27 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
6/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts^^
7/10 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
7/11 – Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
7/13 – Seattle, WA @ Neumo’s
7/15 – Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk
7/16 – San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
7/17 – Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse
7/18 – Los Angeles, CA @ Roxy

**No Support
^^ No Hawthorne Heights


From Autumn to Ashes had announced plans to go on an indefinite hiatus back in 2008 right before releasing their last release, Live at Looney Tunes. Now, it looks like their return will be permanent and even have a pre-Skate and Surf Fest show scheduled for May 15 at Revolution Music Hall in Amityville.

If you plan on going to that show, we might advise that you check to see if there are any tickets available because the place has a maximum capacity of like 250 people and they went on sale back in March.

The Devil Wears Prada Officially Rejoin Rise Records


It’s official, The Devil Wears Prada have rejoined Rise Records.

Last week, the record label (as well as the band) had released a cryptic video that gave no information at all, just the band and label’s logos side by side after some video from space.

Quickly after the video was released, publications and fans alike began to claim that the band had returned to their roots for their new record.

Today, the rumors were confirmed with The Devil Wears Prada frontman, Mike Hranica, releasing a statement on the matter.

“We’re all very confident in working with Rise again,” begins Hrancia.

“The label has grown tremendously since our first release back in 2006, nonetheless we know their intention is still the same as ever and we know it’s a model that will compliment us well. We’re persistently hands-on and love to do exactly as we please, and they’re a great place for us to be able to continue that path while supporting our visions. Rise can be commended, deservedly, for their wholehearted drive at releasing albums they believe in; and it’s that enthusiasm that is both welcoming and exciting for our band moving forward.”

As for the video that was release online last week that started the talks of a reconcile? Turns out, the band are working on a conceptual album titled what else, Space which is set to be released sometime in the Summer. No official release date has been given.

If the reunion with Rise and the announcement of a new album wasn’t enough, the Ohio band just kicked off a double leg, headlining this past Sunday (March 15). Full dates, including the recently added second leg, for that can be seen below.

THE ZOMBIE 5 TOUR DATES (with Born Of Osiris, the Word Alive and SECRETS):

Mar. 15 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown

Mar. 17 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall

Mar. 18 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Murray Theater

Mar. 20 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

Mar. 21 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre

Mar. 22 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades

Mar. 24 – Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Live

Mar. 25 – Phoenix, AZ @ Nile Theater

Mar. 27 – Dallas, TX @ The Door

Mar. 28 – San Antonio, TX @ The Aztec Theatre

Mar. 29 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live

Mar. 31 – St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre

Apr. 01 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live

Apr. 03 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade

Apr. 04 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theater

Apr. 06 – Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage

Apr. 07 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts

Apr. 08 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom

Apr. 09 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

Apr. 10 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium

Apr. 11 – Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre

Apr. 13 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall

Apr. 14 – Rochester, NY @ Anthology

Apr. 15 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls

Apr. 16 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues

**NEWLY ADDED DATES (with SECRETS and Sleepwave)**

Apr. 25 – Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome to Rockville (Festival)

Apr. 27 – Greensboro, NC @ The Cone Denim Entertainment Center

Apr. 29 – Richmond, VA @ Broadberry

Apr. 30 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club

May 1 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance

May 2 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater

May 3 – Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room

May 5 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection

May 6 – St. Louis, MO @ Fubar

May 8 – Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights

May 9 – Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre

May 10 – Colorado SPrings, CO @ Black Sheep

May 12 – Lawrence, KS @ The Granada Theatre

May 13 – Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s

May 14 – Bloomington, IL @ The Castle Theatre

May 16 – Columbus, OH @ Rock on the Range (Festival)


Sleepwave Appear to Be “Whole Again” in New Video


Sleepwave just wrapped up a mini-tour with Chiodos and We Came As Romans last week and now, the group have given us the music video for “Whole Again,” a track from their recently released debut album.

The video opens with them inside of an industrial warehouse, with the members (and others?) laying on some slabs connected to what appears to be EKG machines. But as the video progresses and in between shots of the band performing the track, we see these so-called “medical experts,” who looks more like vampires, start to draw blood from their “victims.”

Chilling, huh and for some reason reminds us of Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer” video.

Check out “Whole Again” below.

“Whole Again” is taken from Sleepwave’s debut album, Broken Compass which was released back in September through Epitaph Records.

Sleepwave will reportedly be heading out on tour in 2015 in support of Broken Compass though no official tour dates have been revealed yet.

Chiodos to Head Out on Short ‘Holiday’ Tour


Chiodos have been a little quiet since September when news broke they would be down two members. As quickly as the announcement was made, the band announced the replacements and everything was back to normal.

Now, more good news for fans of the band; they will be heading out on a holiday tour in December. The slight tour will being on Dec. 10 in Pontiac, MI at The Crofoot and wrap up on Dec. 18 in Cleveland at the Agora Theater.

Also headlining the short tour will be We Came as Romans with special guests Sleepwave and Slaves.

Tour dates for the seven-day trek can be seen below.


Dec 10 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot
Dec 12 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Sound Stage
Dec 13 Worchester, MA – Palladium
Dec 14 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
Dec 15 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
Dec 17 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
Dec 18 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theater

This holiday tour will come two months after they wrapped up their gig on A Day to Remember’s “Parks and Devastation” tour which ended earlier this month (Oct. 11).

In other news, Chiodos have recently been confirmed to be performing at the South by So What? Festival in March at the QuikTrip Park in Grand Prairie, TX.


Taking Back Sunday, The Used Tour Trailer


A few weeks back, The Used and Taking Back Sunday announced that they would be heading out on a co-headlining North American tour starting in mid-March. The tour which begins in Dallas as part of the South by So What? show and goes all the way until late April will also have special guests, Tonight Alive and Sleepwave as supporting acts.

Today, the two bands released a joint trailer for fans on the fence about going to the show. Watch the trailer below.

If you’ve changed your mind about going the show nearest to you keep in mind, tickets are selling fast so get them as soon as you can. The newly update tour dates can be seen below.


03/14/14—Dallas, TX, South by So What?

03/15/14—San Antonio, TX, Backstage Live

03/16/14—Houston, TX, Bayou Music Centre-HWHAP Fest

03/18/14—Phoenix, AZ, Marquee Theatre

03/19/14—Los Angeles, CA, Palladium

03/21/14—Salt Lake City, UT, In the Venue

03/22/14—Salt Lake City, UT, In the Venue

03/23/14—Boise, ID, Knitting Factory

03/25/14—San Francisco, CA, Warfield

03/27/14—Los Angeles, CA, Palladium

03/28/14—San Diego, CA, House of Blues

03/29/14—Las Vegas, NV, Extreme Thing

04/01/14—Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre

04/02/14—Omaha, NE, Sokol

04/04/14—Milwaukee, WI, Eagles Ballroom

04/05/14—Chicago, IL, ConcordMusic Hall

04/06/14—Detroit, MI, Fillmore

04/08/14—Toronto, ON, Kool Haus

04/09/14—Rochester, NY, The Armory

04/11/14—Hartford, CT, Webster Theatre

04/12/14—Boston, MA, House of Blues

04/13/14—Philadelphia, PA, Tower

04/15/14—New York, NY, Best Buy Theater

04/16/14—New York, NY, Best Buy Theater

04/19/14—Bethlehem, PA, Sands

04/21/14—New York, NY, Best Buy Theater

04/22/14—Silver Springs, MD, Fillmore

04/24/14—Atlanta, GA, The Tabernacle

04/26/14—Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Revolution

04/27/14—Orlando, FL, House of Blues

The Used and Taking Back Sunday to Head Out on Co-Headlining Tour


Not even 24 full hours after releasing the music video for their first single off the new album, The Used have now announced that they will be heading out on tour with none other than Taking Back Sunday.

Also joining the two bands on the month and a half trek are Tonight Alive and Sleepwave. The tour is slated to begin on March 18 in Phoenix and go all the way until April 27th, ending in Orlando.

The Used and Taking Back Sunday will be heading on the tour in support of both their new albums; The Used for Imaginary Enemy due out on April 1st and Taking Back Sunday for Happiness Is.. due out on March 18th.

Full tour dates for the North American tour can be seen here.



3/18/2014-Marquee Theater, PHOENIX, AZ

3/21/2014-In the Venue, SALT LAKE CITY, UT

3/22/2014-In the Venue, SALT LAKE CITY, UT

3/23/2014-Knitting Factory, BOISE, ID

3/25/2014- Warfield- SAN FRANCISCO, CA

3/27/2014- Palladium, LOS ANGELES, CA

3/28/2014-House of Blues, SAN DIEGO, CA

3/29/2014-Extreme Thing, LAS VEGAS, NV

4/1/2014- Ogden Theatre, DENVER, CO

4/1/2014- Ogden Theatre, DENVER, CO

4/2/2014-Sokol, OMAHA, NE

4/4/2014- Eagles Ballroom, MILWAUKEE, WI

4/5/2014- Concord Music Hall, CHICAGO, IL

4/6/2014- Fillmore, DETROIT, MI

4/8/2014- Kool Haus, TORONTO, ON

4/9/2014- The Armory, ROCHESTER, NY

4/11/2014- Webster Theatre, HARTFORD, CT

4/12/2014- House of Blues, BOSTON, MA

4/13/2014- Tower Theatre, PHILADELPHIA, PA

4/15/2014- Best Buy Theatre, NEW YORK, NY

4/19/2014- Sands, BETHLEHEM, PA

4/22/2014- Fillmore, SILVER SPRING, MD

4/24/2014- The Tabernacle, ATLANTA, GA

4/26/2014- Revolution, FT LAUDERDALE, FL

4/27/2014- House of Blues, ORLANDO, FL

Honestly, the only band missing from that line-up so it feel like it’s 2005 all over again is My Chemical Romance and we all know what happened to them, sadly.