Listen to Aiden’s New Track “New Grave”


It’s almost Devil’s Night which means that Aiden’s final studio album will be heading our way in a couple of days. Over the course of the last week, the Seattle band has released a total of three new tracks from their upcoming self-titled album. On Tuesday (Oct. 27), the added another song to that list.

Heading over to Kerrang!, the band released “New Grave” featuring “The Last Sunrise” tour mate, Adam Crilly from Ashestoangels. Listen to the new track below.

Up until now, Aiden has released several tracks from the impending record including  “Crawling Up from Hell,” “Violence and Devotion” featuring New Years Day’s Ash Costello, and “Animals” featuring Motionless in White’s Chris Motionless.

Speaking with Kerrang!, Francis had the following to say about the band: “Aiden has been on hiatus for a while now but it’s time for me to answer your requests. Aiden was my life for a long time. We spent years on the road playing shows and releasing records, making friends and creating lasting memories. I have a lot of love for this little punk band that gave me so many incredible experiences.”

Aiden is set to be released this Friday, Oct. 30. The record will be available as a free download for fans, but for those who want a physical copy of the album, there will be a limited amount printed. Aiden is the band’s first new album since 2011’s Some Kind of Hate.

Aiden Announce Final ‘Last Sunrise’ Tour Dates


It’s been a couple of weeks since Aiden frontman Wil Francis unveiled the first handful of tour dates for the group’s final tour and now, we’re getting a major update on the tour itinerary. As promised, the singer has released the complete tour schedule for the upcoming excursion which has fittingly been named “The Last Sunrise Tour.”

As it was previously announced, the tour will kick off on Oct. 22 in Ventura, CA where the Seattle band will open up for Black Veil Brides on their upcoming tour. After opening for Black Veil Brides, Aiden will head out on their own tour with Kissing Candice, Ashes to Angels, and recently added Old Hounds. The tour will then officially wrap up on Nov. 21 in the group’s hometown of Seattle, WA. Check out the tour dates poster below.


In addition to the newly released tour dates, Francis also posted a video on Aiden’s Facebook where he gave fans an update on the new record. Turns out, the recording portion of the new album had been completed at the time of the video being recorded and that it had been sent out to be mixed. Francis also revealed that the album will be the group’s self-titled record and that the artwork will be revealed at a later date. Watch Francis Facebook video below.

The self-titled record is set to be released on Oct. 30 as a free digital download (or in physical copy, like Francis had said in the video).

Aiden’s “The Last Sunrise Tour” Dates Announced


At the beginning of the new year, Aiden frontman Wil Francis had confirmed the band would be heading into the studio to record a new album; their final album. In a letter posted on Facebook, he hinted that there might be a final Aiden tour in the future; a formal way to thank their fan base for all of their long-term support. Now, eight months after Francis wrote that letter, the singer has unveiled the tour dates for Aiden’s last tour.

The tour has been named “The Last Sunrise Tour”; a direct reference to their breakout song, “The Last Sunrise” featured on their sophomore album, Nightmare Anatomy. According to a post on Twitter, Francis has pointed out that the dates on the official tour poster are just a handful of dates and that there are more to come. The first two official dates of the tour, Oct. 22 (Ventura, CA at The Majestic Ventura Theater) and Oct. 23 (Santa Ana, CA at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA ) will find the Seattle group supporting Black Veil Brides on their own headlining tour.

After that, from Oct. 26 (Denver, CO) to Nov. 5 (Philadelphia), the band will be supported by Kissing Candice and Ashes to Angels. Check out the official poster with the first handful of dates below.


As for the new album, it appears that it’s already underway. Months after unveiling the slew of news, Francis wrote an open letter to his former band mates, apologizing for things that had happened in the past and extending an olive branch by asking if they would be interested in returning to the group for the final album. Guest vocalists for the album will include Ashley Costello from New Year’s Day, Adam Crilly from Ashestoangels, Chris Motionless from Motionless in White, while Ryan Seaman from Falling in Reverse will be featured as a guest drummer.

Back in July, Francis revealed his desire to release the new album as a free digital download for all the supportive fans. To fund the album, he auctioned off a lot of his old Aiden memorabilia which included outfits he had worn in the band’s music videos.

As of now, the still-untitled record is set to be released on Oct. 30.