Silverstein join forces with Aaron Gillespie for ‘Infinite,’ confirm their tenth studio album

How does a band that’s been in the music game celebrate its 20th anniversary?

Announce a massive anniversary tour? Check.

Sign to a new record label? Check.

Announce a new album to coincide with said tour? Double check.

On Wednesday (Jan. 8), Silverstein revealed plans to unleash their tenth studio album later this year. Titled A Beautiful Place to Drown, the new set of tunes is due out on March 6 through independent record label UNFD. Pre-orders for the record are currently available for purchase here.

Taking to social media (like everyone does nowadays), the Canadian group made the official announcement.

“We are proud to announce our new album, ‘A Beautiful Place to Drown’ available on March 6 via UNFD (you can pre-order now),” the band posted.

The post continues: “We poured every ounce of energy and emotion into this body of work and truly believe it’s our best yet.”

To coincide with the new album announcement, the quintet also debuted the album’s lead single, “Infinite.” The barely three-minute track features Underoath/the Almost’s Aaron Gillespie.

Check out the new song above.

Silverstein’s last studio album was 2017’s Dead Reflection. Last February, the five-piece released a retrospective album titled Redux: The First Ten Years. The compilation featured newly-recorded versions of select songs from their first four studio albums (When Broken is Easily Fixed, Discovering the Waterfront, Arrivals & Departures, and A Shipwreck in the Sand).

Silverstein also surprised fans by releasing a single titled “Burn it Down” last summer featuring Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo.

Later this year, the group will embark on their massive 20th-anniversary tour. The 33-stop outing begins on Feb. 28 at the London Music Hall in London, Ontario, and concludes a month and a half later on April 11 at the Danforth in Toronto.

The full tour itinerary can be found here.

Blink-182, Weezer, and Limp Bizkit to headline Inkcarceration 2020

Inkcarceration_2020_header.jpgIs it just us, or are the 90s making a full comeback?

If you’re shaking your head, not quite sure what we mean, all you need to do is take a look at the current state of fashion or the lineup for the 2020 incarnation of Ohio’s Inkcarceration Festival.

On Wednesday (Dec. 18), the people behind the annual rock-centric music and tattoo festival unveiled their lineup for their third annual event.

Headlining the three-day festivities are Blink-182, Weezer, and Limp Bizkit (yes, Limp Bizkit).

Joining Blink-182, Weezer, and Limp Bizkit on the 2020 roster will be Papa Roach, Halestorm, Mastodon, Underoath, Atreyu, New Politics, All That Remains, We Came as Romans, The Devil Wears Prada, New Years Day, Escape the Fate, and many more.

According to a press statement, additional bands will be unveiled at a later time. Over 40 groups will reportedly take over one of two stages during the weekend-long gig.

Because this is a music and tattoo festival, festival organizers also revealed that 60 tattoo artists will be on hand to give concertgoers some new ink.

In addition to the killer musical lineup and tattoo artists, the event will also include tours of the Ohio State Reformatory (aka the Shawshank prison), gourmet food trucks, drinks, and the return of the popular haunted house attraction, Escape from Blood Prison.

Talk about celebrating Halloween in July.

Inkcarceration 2020 will return to its home at the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio, during the weekend of July 10-12.

Tickets for Inkcarceration 2020 are currently available for purchase here.


Fearless Records resurrect their ‘Punk Goes…” series with ‘Punk Goes Acoustic: Volume 3’

It was the 2000s.

Who was in your top ten on Myspace was the true test of friendship.

Bands like Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, and the All-American Rejects held on to key spots on TRL’s top ten chart.

Warped Tour was arguably one of the biggest music festivals at the time.

And the sale of eyeliner and fake hair dye was at an all-time high.

It’s been over a decade and we still have good (and some seriously bad) memories of that time.

Now, it looks like the folks over at Fearless Records are trying to bring back the mid-2000s which, we guess, can be a good or bad thing depending on if you were knee-deep into that scene (which, let’s be honest, we were).

On Friday (June 28), the record label announced plans to unleashed the latest addition to their Punk Goes… series. Dubbed Punk Goes Acoustic: Volume 3, the record features several bands who made a name for themselves during the heyday of Myspace including Dashboard Confessional, Taking Back Sunday, Underoath, The Almost, Circa Survive, Mayday Parade, and more.

The 12-track record will feature the Fearless family members giving their breakout songs the acoustic treatment. Punk Goes Acoustic: Volume 3 is due out July 15 with pre-orders currently available for purchase on the label’s website.

In true fashion, Fearless is offering the album in different formats including CD, cassette, and vinyl. All pre-orders will receive instant downloads of Taking Back Sunday’s acoustic version of “A Decade Under the Influence” (which can be streamed above) and Set It Off’s “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing” (which can be streamed here).

The full tracklisting for Punk Goes Acoustic: Volume 3 can be seen below.


1. Dance Gavin Dance – “Story of My Bros” (Acoustic)
2. Circa Survive – “Act Appalled” (Acoustic)
3. Taking Back Sunday – “A Decade Under the Influence” (Acoustic)
4. Dashboard Confessional – “Screaming Infidelities” (Acoustic) feat. Abigail Sevigny
5. Mayday Parade – “Take This to Heart” (Acoustic)
6. Movements – “Colorblind” (Acoustic)
7. Underoath – “A Boy Brushed Red Living in Black and White” (Acoustic)
8. Don Broco – “Come Out to LA” (Acoustic)
9. Set It Off – “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing” (Acoustic)
10. As It Is – “Okay” (Acoustic)
11. Grayscale – “Atlantic” (Acoustic)
12. The Almost – “Hand Grenade” (Acoustic)

Breaking Benjamin announce tour with Skillet, Underoath

It looks like Breaking Benjamin‘s 2019 is going to be as full of touring as 2018. On Monday (Dec. 10), the Pennsylvania-founded band announced plans to embark on a North American springtime tour. The upcoming trek will find the band performing at venues across the continent throughout the months of March and April.

The 14-date jaunt will include stops in cities like Milwaukee, Madison, Sioux City, Bismarck, and more. The upcoming trek will begin on March 15 at the Dow Event Center in  Saginaw, Michigan and conclude a month later on April 10 at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, Washington.

Heading out on the road alongside Breaking Benjamin are Skillet, Asking Alexandria, Underoath, Fight the Fury, and Diamante on select dates. Pre-sales go on sale beginning this Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 10 a.m. EST. General tickets go on sale beginning this Friday, Dec. 14, at 10 a.m. local time.

The upcoming tour will be in support of the band’s recently released album, Ember. The record, the band’s sixth studio effort, debuted at the number three spot on the Billboard 200 chart and has launched a pair of number one rock radio hits; “Red Cold River” and “Torn in Two.”

The new tour announcement comes a few days before the band is scheduled to release the music video for their current single, “Tourniquet.” According to the band, the new music video will conclude their visual trilogy of videos for Ember.

For now, the complete list of upcoming tour dates can be seen below.


March 15 – Saginaw, MI – Dow Event Center *
March 18 – Evansville, IN – Ford Center *
March 20 – Moline, IL – TaxSlayer Center *
March 21 – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom *
March 23 – La Crosse, WI – La Crosse Center Arena *
March 25 – Madison, WI – The Sylvee *
March 27 – Sioux City, IA  Tyson Events Center *
March 29 – Mankato, MN – Verizon Center *
March 31 – Bismarck, ND – Bismarck Event Center *
April 2 – Rapid City, SD – Barnett Arena *#
April 5 – Broomfield, CO – 1STBANK Center +
April 7 – Casper, WY – Casper Events Center ^
April 8 – Billings, MT – Rimrock Auto Arena ^
April 10 – Kennewick, WA – Toyota Center –

* = With Skillet / Underoath / Fight the Fury
+ = With Underoath / Diamante
^ = With Asking Alexandria / Underoath / Diamante
– = With Asking Alexandria / Diamante

Anberlin to reunite at Underoath’s hometown show in December

The guys from Anberlin are getting the band together, but there’s a catch; it’s for one night only. On Thursday (Oct. 18), the Winter Haven-founded band took to social media to announce plans to reunite for one show. The gig, which will take at the Yuengling Center in Tampa on Dec. 14, will find the formerly defunct band opening for fellow Florida-founded act Underoath.

“We’ve been playing shows in the Tampa area with Anberlin since we were basically kids,” a statement from Underoath begins. “We knew them coming back to play this hometown show with us was a big ask—but it just felt right. We have said we couldn’t be more pumped to close out the Erase Me tour with this show in our hometown. But we’ve been proven wrong.”

Anberlin drummer Nathan Young mirrors Underoath’s sentiments: “All the Anberlin dudes reconnected over this last year, hung on the beach together, and then, when we got asked to play this show with Underoath, in our hometown, the answer was, ‘yeah!”

Young continues: “I mean why wouldn’t we do that? Life is short and we should almost always say ‘yes’ to rad stuff. Plus, we’ve been homies with Underoath for 15-plus years. [Guitarist] Tim [McTague] is my brother-in-law and we’ve never played a proper show together. It’s just way overdue.”

Anberlin will join Crown the Empire, Dance Gavin Dance, and the Plot in You on that night’s roster.

To purchase tickets for the show, head on over the Yuengling Center’s website here.

The surprise announcement comes months after the band members began posting small, band-centric items on social media. The posts weren’t major enough to warrant speculations that a reunion could be in the cards, but enough to make fans wonder if maybe they were up to something.

Anberlin formally announced plans to disband in August of 2014. Before laying the band to rest, the five-piece went on a massive final tour that found them performing across the continent before taking the stage for the last time on Nov. 26, 2014 at the House of Blues in their quasi-hometown of Orlando.

Anberlin’s final studio album was 2014’s Lowborn (via Tooth & Nail).

As for Underoath, the upcoming tour is in support of their recently released record, Erase Me (via Fearless Records). The album was met with favorable reviews by critics and fans alike. The album, the group’s eighth, peaked at the number 16 spot on Billboard’s 200 chart, the number four spot on the Top Rock Albums chart, and the top spot on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart.

This show will also be a historic one for the six-piece as it will be the first time a Tampa Bay band has ever headlined a Tampa Bay arena.

Underoath announce ‘No Fix’ spring tour

About a week after confirming their official return to the music world, Underoath have given fans even more good news. On Monday (Feb. 26), the Florida-founded band announced plans to hit the road during the spring and summer months. The No Fix tour is set to kick off on April 20 with Underoath’s appearance at the inaugural Las Rageous Festival in Las Vegas. After traveling across North America and Europe, the excursion will wrap up on Aug. 25 at the Leeds Festival in the United Kingdom.

Supporting Underoath during the tour will be Dance Gavin Dance, Veil of Maya, and Limbs.

General ticket sales will begin this Friday, March 2 at 10 a.m. local time. For those who would like to secure tickets before anyone else, the band is currently offering VIP packages. The packages are limited to a few per city and will include a meet and greet and photo-op with Underoath, access to a pre-show soundcheck, and an exclusive tour vinyl of their new album, Erase Me. Every ticket purchased for this tour will include a digital download of Erase Me.

The No Fix tour comes almost two years after Underoath headed out on their first post-hiatus tour. In 2016, the group embarked on the Rebirth tour which included appearances at South By So What?! and the 2016 edition of A Day to Remember’s annual Self Help Fest.

Last week, Underoath not only announced the release of Erase Me, they also unleashed the music video for the record’s lead single, “On My Teeth.” The music video for the new song can be seen above.

Erase Me is set to be released on April 6 through the band’s new home of Fearless Records. Erase Me is the long-awaited follow-up to 2010’s Ø (Disambiguation).

For now, the complete tour itinerary for the No Fix tour can be seen below.


April 20 – Las Vegas, NV – Las Rageous*
April 27 – Jacksonville, FL – Welcome to Rockville*
April 28 – Sunrise, FL – Fort Rock
April 30 – Birmingham, AL – Iron City
May 1 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theater
May 3 – Knoxville, TN – Mill and Mine
May 4 – Charlotte, NC – Carolina Rebellion*
May 5 – Lynchburg, VA – Phase 2
May 6 – Bethlehem, PA – The Sands
May 8 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
May 9 – Wallingford, CT – The Dome at Oakdale
May 11 – Providence, RI – Fete Ballroom
May 12 – Niagara Falls, NY – Rapids
May 14 – Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
May 15 – Sauget, IL – Pop’s
May 16 – Ft. Wayne, IN – Pierre’s
May 18 – Columbus, OH – Rock on the Range*
May 19 -Lexington, KY Manchester Music Hall
May 20 – Springfield, MO – Gillioz
May 22 – Corpus Christi, TX – Concrete Street Amphitheatre
May 23 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
May 24 – Dallas, TX – Bomb Factory
May 25 – Little Rock, AR – Metroplex
May 26 – Pryor, OK – Rocklahoma*
June 15 – Paris, France – Download Festival Paris
June 16 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
June 21 – Dessel, Belgium – Festivalpark Stenehi
June 22 – 24 – Scheessel, Germany – Hurricane Festival
June 22 – 24 – Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany – Southside Festival
June 23 – Dessel, Belgium – Graspop Metal Meeting
June 28 – Prague, Czech Republic – Aerodrome Festival
June 29 – Madrid, Spain – Download Festival Madrid
June 30 – Ysselsteyn, Netherlands – Jera on Air
July 12 – 14 – Cadott, WI – Rock Fest
July 13 – Oshkosh, WI – Rock USA
July 28 – 29 – Montreal, QC – Heavy Montreal
Aug. 24 – Reading, UK – Reading Festival
Aug. 25 – Leeds, UK – Leeds Festival

*Underoath only

Underoath confirm release of ‘Erase Me’

After days of dropping cryptic clues, Underoath have finally given fans what they’ve been waiting for: answers. On Thursday (Feb. 22), the Florida-founded band announced the release of their sixth studio album, Erase Me. The new album, the follow-up to 2010’s Ø (Disambiguation), is set to be released on April 6 through Fearless Records.

The record was produced by Matt Squire (Panic! at the Disco, 3OH!32) who, like the rest of the band members, posted a cryptic message earlier in the day before the new album announcement was made. Pre-orders for the Erase Me are currently available on the band’s website here.

In addition to confirming the release of the new record, Underoath also unleashed the album’s lead single, “On My Teeth.” The over-four-minute clips begins with the band talking about how they were surprised that they were able to keep the new album a secret all this time especially since we are part of generation where everything is posted on social media. Watch the Erase Me announcement/ “On My Teeth” video above.

Prior to dropping the new music clues, Underoath were previously confirmed for a slew of summertime music festivals across the world. The band’s lengthy music festival tour itinerary includes appearances at Montreal’s Heavy Montreal, the United Kingdom’s Reading and Leeds, Spain’s Download Festival Madrid, the inaugural Las Rageous in Las Vegas, and sister music festivals Welcome to Rockville and Fort Rock in their home state of Florida. Check out the full list of upcoming tour dates and the complete track listing for Erase Me below.


1. “It Has to Start Somewhere”
2. “Rapture”
3. “On My Teeth”
4. “Wake Me”
5. “Bloodlust”
6. “Sink with You”
7. “ihateit”
8. “Hold Your Breath”
9. “No Frame”
10. “In Motion”
11. “I Gave Up”


April 20 – Las Vegas, Nevada – Las Rageous
April 27 – Jacksonville, Florida – Welcome to Rockville
April 28 – Sunrise, Florida – Fort Rock
May 4 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Carolina Rebellion
May 18 – 20 – Columbus, Ohio – Rock on the Range
May 26 – Pryor, Oklahoma – Rocklahoma
June 15 – Paris, France – Download Festival Paris
June 16 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
June 21 – Dessel, Belgium – Festivalpark Stenehi
June 22 – June 24 – Scheessel, Germany – Hurricane Festival
June 22 – June 24 – Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany – Southside Festival
June 23 – Dessel Belgium – Graspop – Metal Meeting
June 28 – Prague, Czech Republic – Aerodrome Festival
June 29 – Madrid, Spain – Download Festival Madrid
June 30 – Ysselsteyn, Netherlands – Jera on Air
July 12 – 14 – Cadott, Wisconsin – Rock Fest
July 13 Oshkosh, Wisconsin – Rock USA
July 28 – July 29 – Montreal, Quebec – Heavy Montreal
Aug. 24 – Reading, United Kingdom – Reading Festival
Aug. 25 – Leeds, United Kingdom – Leeds Festival

Avenged Sevenfold, Ozzy Osbourne, Queens of the Stone Age to join Foo Fighters at Welcome to Rockville 2018

Just when you thought the Welcome to Rockville 2018 lineup couldn’t get any better, festival organizers unveiled the complete list of artists set to invade North Florida in the spring of 2018. On Monday (Nov. 6) Danny Wimmer Present unleashed their epic lineup for their Jacksonville-based music festival. Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack, Stone Sour, Billy Idol, Queens of the Stone Age, and Ozzy Osbourne are just some of the big names that will take the stage during the first World’s Loudest Month music festival of the year.

“Since Welcome to Rockville’s inception seven years ago, I have been building towards this day: To bring not just the biggest rock festival in Jacksonville (or even Florida), but the biggest rock lineup in the United States to my hometown,” festival creator and producer Danny Wimmer said in a press release. “This is a triumph for me, my company, and the city that I love.”

Acts like The Used, Thrice, Underoath, Killswitch Engage, Black Veil Brides, Sevendust, Bullet For My Valentine, Atreyu, and many more will joined the aforementioned acts on the bill.

Welcome To Rockville tickets, VIP packages, as well as hotel and camping options are currently on sale on the music festival’s website here.

Welcome to Rockville 2018 will return to its home of Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, Florida during the weekend of April 27-29, 2018. Last month, festival organizers revealed that 2018 would mark the first year that the music festival would expand from two days to three. For now, the daily lineup, with the exception of one unknown act, can be seen below.

Bring Me the Horizon plan an ‘American Nightmare’


A week after teasing a North American tour in the near future on social media, Bring Me the Horizon has confirmed the outing scheduled for the spring. On Monday (Nov. 7), the British band announced plan to tour North America in early 2017. The tour, which has been named the “American Nightmare” tour, is set to kick off on March 10 at the Revention Music Center in Houston and wrap up a month later on April 8 at the Joint in Las Vegas.

Beartooth and the recently reunited Underoath have been confirmed as Bring Me the Horizon’s special guests for the excursion. Tickets for the tour will go on sale beginning this Friday, Nov. 11, at 10 a.m. local time.

The tour will be in support of Bring Me the Horizon’s recently released record, That’s the Spirit. Last week, the band released their somewhat creepy music video for “Oh No,” one of the many tracks featured on the record. Prior to the tour dates and music video reveal, the band announced the release of their live album. Live at Royal Albert Hall is set to be released on Dec. 2. The record was recorded back in April of 2016 at the Royal Albert Hall where they performed alongside a live orchestra. Pre-orders for the live album are currently available on the band’s website with proceeds from the sales going to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

For now, the complete list of North American tour dates can be seen below.


3/10 – Houston, TX @ Revention Music Center
3/11 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
3/13 – Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
3/14 – Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple Theatre
3/17 – Montreal, QC @ Stade Uniprix
3/18 – Lowell, MA @ Tsongas Center
3/20 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5
3/22 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Liacouras Center
3/24 – Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
3/27 – St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
3/28 – Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre
3/29 – Broomfield, CO @ 1STBANK Center
4/1 – Seattle, WA @ Wamu Theater
4/3 – San Francisco, CA @ Warfield Theatre
4/6 – Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Expo Hall
4/7 – Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
4/8 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint