Girl On Fire On Tour With Buckcherry

Girl On Fire

Girl On Fire are on the road in support of the September 3rd release of their debut album ‘Not Broken’, where the Seattle rockers will be supporting Century Media Records labelmates Buckcherry. The band will also participate in the 95X-Fest on August 4th and the Monster Energy Aftershock on September 14th. Check out the tour dates below.

Girl On Fire with Buckcherry:
July 26: Baltimore, MD – Power Plant Live
July 27: Louisville, KY – 4th Street Live
July 28: Watseka, IL – Watseka Theatre
July 30: South Bend, IN – Club Fever
Aug 1: St Louis, MO – Pops Nightclub
Aug 7: Oklahoma City, OK – The Chameleon Room
Aug 8: Lake Charles, LA – L’Auberge Casino
Aug 20: Akron, OH – Rock Factory
Aug 21: Newport, KY – Thompson House
Aug 23: Clear Lake, IA – Surf Ballroom
Aug 25: Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
Aug 28: Springfield, IL – Boondocks
Aug 31: Mt Clemens, MI – Macomb Music Theater
Sept 1: Conneaut Lake, PA – The Beach Club
Sept 4: Tulsa, OK – Caine’s Ballroom
Sept 6: Houston, TX – Scout Bar
Sept 7: Tyler, TX – Click’s
Sept 8: Dallas, TX – Tree’s
Sept 13: San Juan Capistrano, CA – Coach House

95X-FEST (with Sick Puppies, Otherwise, Nonpoint, Trapt and more)
August 4: Syracuse, NY – F-Shed At The Market

Monster Energy Aftershock (with Korn, Avenged Sevenfold, Shinedown, 5FDP, Volbeat and more)
Sept 14: Sacramento, CA – Discovery Park

Taproot East Coast Tour Dates


Taproot have announced a brief tour of the East Coast that begins this Friday (February 22) in Riverview, Michigan, stopping in ten cities. The Michigan rock band, featuring Stephen Richards, Mike DeWolf, Phil Lipscomb and Nick Fredell, celebrated their fifteenth anniversary together with last April’s release of their sixth studio album ‘The Episodes’, a concept LP that the band had been working on for close to six years.

Taproot Tour Dates:
Feb. 22 – Riverview, MI at The Crimson Lounge
Feb. 23 – Toledo, OH at Headliners
Feb. 25 – Reading, PA at Reverb
Feb. 27 – West Greenwich, RI at Rock Junction
Feb. 28 – Dover, NH at The Dover Brickhouse
Mar. 1 – Bristol, CT at Bleachers
Mar. 2 – Pennellville, NY at Monirae’s
Mar. 3 – Utica, NY at The Uptown Theatre
Mar. 5 – Hagerstown, MD at Breakways II
Mar. 6 – Vienna, WV at Fishbone Gill N Grill

New Years Day Join The Scene Is Dead Tour

New Years Day band featuring Ashley Costello, Anthony Barro, Russell Dixon, Matthew Lindblad and Jake Jones

New Years Day will be joining Blood on the Dance Floor, Jeffree Star and Davey Suicide on “The Scene Is Dead Tour”, which kicks off October 11th in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The trek will see the music acts hit nearly 50 states in the U.S. A list of dates can be seen below.

Vocalist Ash Costello said, “The fans truly wanted us on tour with Blood On The Dance Floor again and BOTDF have become like family to us. So of course we’re excited to hit road with them this fall! The world isn’t even ready for what’s to come.”

New Years Day recently finished recording their new album with Erik Ron, planning to release the material early 2013.

The Scene Is Dead 2012 Tour Dates:
Oct. 11 – Albuquerque, NM at Sunshine Theater
Oct. 12 – Tulsa, OK at The Compound
Oct. 13 – Houston, TX at Warehouse Live
Oct. 14 – San Antonio, TX at White Rabbit
Oct. 17 – Orlando, TX at The Beacham
Oct. 18 – Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
Oct. 19 – St. Petersburg, FL at State Theatre
Oct. 20 – Jacksonville, FL at Freebird Live
Oct. 21 – Greensboro, NC at Greene Street Club
Oct. 24 – Buffalo, NY at Xtreme Wheels
Oct. 25 – Hartford, CT at The Webster
Oct. 26 – New York City, NY at The Studio @ Webster Hall
Oct. 27 – Allentown, PA at Crocodile Rock Café
Oct. 28 – Baltimore, MD at Soundstage
Oct. 29 – Syracuse, NY at Westcott Theater
Oct. 31 – Lancaster, PA at Chameleon Club
Nov. 1 – Columbus, OH at A&R Bar
Nov. 2 – Chicago, IL at Reggies Rock Club
Nov. 3 – Cleveland, OH at Peabody’s
Nov. 7 – Scottsdale, AZ at Azmartini Ranch
Nov. 21 – Las Vegas, NV at Hard Rock Café
Nov. 23 – Salt Lake City, UT at In The Venue
Nov. 24 – Colorado Springs, CO at Black Sheep
Nov. 25 – Denver, CO at Summit Music Hall
Nov. 28 – Ann Arbor, MI at The Blind Pig
Dec. 1 – The Colony, TX at Centennial Hall (Fair Park)
Dec. 5 – Spokane, WA at Northwest Events Center
Dec. 8 – Seattle, WA at Studio Seven
Dec. 12 – Pomona, CA at Glass House
Dec. 13 – Los Angeles, CA at El Rey Theater
Dec. 14 – San Diego, CA at Soma Side Stage
Dec. 15 – Tucson, AZ at The Rock

Mutemath Announce Fall Headlining Tour

Mutemath rock

Mutemath have announced a headlining fall tour that kicks off September 13th in Phoenix, Arizona and runs through October 25th. Civil Twilight will support. Tickets are on sale now. Band members Paul Meany, Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas, Todd Gummerman and Darren King are touring in support of their 2011 release ‘Odd Soul’.

Before heading out on their own, Mutemath will join Linkin Park and Incubus for this year’s annual Honda Civic Tour. The tour kicks off on August 11th in Virginia and will crisscross the U.S. before wrapping up in San Diego on September 10th.

Mutemath upcoming tour dates:
Aug. 6 Cleveland, OH at Jacobs Pavillion (with Jane’s Addiction)
Aug. 8 Syracuse, NY at Landmark Theatre (with Jane’s Addiction)

Honda Civic Tour (with Linkin Park and Incubus):
Aug. 11 Bristow, VA at Jiffy Lube Live
Aug. 12 Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun Arena
Aug. 14 Boston, MA at Comcast Center
Aug. 17 Camden, NJ at Susquehanna Bank Center
Aug. 19 Atlanta, GA at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Aug. 21 Detroit, MI at The Palace of Auburn Hills
Aug. 22 Cincinnati, OH at Riverbend Music Center
Aug. 24 Chicago, IL at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Aug. 25 Indianapolis, IN at Klipsch Music Center
Aug. 27 Dallas, TX at Gexa Energy Pavilion
Aug. 28 Houston, TX at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Aug. 30 Denver, CO at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre
Sept. 4 Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena
Sept. 5 Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome
Sept. 7 Mountain View, CA at Shoreline Amphitheatre
Sept. 10 San Diego, CA at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre

Headline Dates:
Sept. 13 – Phoenix, AZ at Marquee Theatre
Sept. 14 – Albuquerque, NM at Sunshine Theater
Sept. 15 – Colorado Springs, CO at Black Sheep
Sept. 16 – Lawrence, KS at Granada Theatre
Sept. 18 – Des Moines, IA at Wooly’s
Sept. 20 – Madison, WI at Majestic Theatre
Sept. 21 – Boomington, IL at Castle Theatre
Sept. 22 – Lansing, MI at The Loft
Sept. 23 – London, ONT at Music Hall
Sept. 25 – Toronto, ONT at Phoenix Concert Theatre
Sept. 27 – Ottawa, ONT at Bronson Centre
Sept. 28 – Montreal, QB at La Tulipe
Sept. 29 – Pawtucket, RI at The Met
Sept. 30 – Burlington, VT at Higher Ground
Oct. 02 – New Haven, CT at Toad’s Place
Oct. 04 – Buffalo, NY at Town Ballroom
Oct. 05 – Pittsburgh, PA at Altar Bar
Oct. 06 – Baltimore, MD at Rams Head Live
Oct. 08 – Charlottesville, VA at Jefferson Theatre
Oct. 09 – Raleigh, NC at Lincoln Theatre
Oct. 10 – Chattanooga, TN at Track 29
Oct. 11 – Athens, GA at 40 Watt Club
Oct. 13 – Mexico City, Mexico at Corona Capital Festival
Oct. 14 – San Antonio, TX at Backstage Live
Oct. 16 – Waco, TX at Common Ground
Oct. 18 – Springfield, MOat Gillioz Theatre
Oct. 19 – Memphis, TN at Minglewood Hall
Oct. 20 – Birmingham, AL at WorkPlay Theatre
Oct. 21 – Knoxville, TN at Bijou Theatre
Oct. 23 – Baton Rouge, LA at Varsity Theatre

Blaqk Audio Announce September West Coast Tour Dates

Blaqk Audio music featuring Davey Havok and Jade Puget

Electronic super duo Blaqk Audio, featuring Davey Havok and Jade Puget, announced that they will be playing a handful of headlining West Coast dates this September. This will be the band’s first tour around Bright Black Heaven, and their first U.S. tour in nearly five years.

Vocalist Havok commented:
We cannot express how thrilled we are to soon be coming to you to share some pieces of Bright Black Heaven. It’s been too long. See you on the dance floor.

A full list of dates can be seen below.

Sept. 6 – San Diego, CA at The Casbah
Sept. 7 – Las Vegas, NV at Hard Rock – Club Vinyl
Sept. 8 – Long Beach, CA at Alex’s Bar
Sept. 10 – Sacramento, CA at Ace Of Spades
Sept. 11 – San Francisco, CA at Great American Music Hall
Sept. 12 – San Jose, CA at The Blank Club
Sept. 14 – Los Angeles, CA at The Roxy

football, etc. Announce Tour Dates

football etc.

football, etc. just returned from their second UK tour with label-mates Joie de Vivre, and the Count Your Lucky Stars Records act are now gearing up for a run of dates in America. The Houston, Texas-based indie rockers just released a new split tape with fellow Texans Square Business.

The band’s debut LP, ‘The Draft’, is also available in the Count Your Lucky Stars Records online store.

The tour will be football, etc.’s first since the addition of new drummer, Ed Reisner. He joins frontman Lindsay Minton and bassist Mercy Harper.

football, etc. Dates:
July 30 – Denton, TX at TBA
July 31 – Memphis, TN at TBA
August 1 -St. Louis, MO at Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center
August 2 -Chicago, IL at Swerp Mansion
August 3 – East Lansing, MI at Hariet Brown
August 4 – Kent, OH at Stone Tavern
August 5 – Bethlehem, PA at Secret Art Space
August 6 – Somerville, MA at Starlab
August 7 – Worcester, MA at Starship: Next Generation
August 8 – New Brunswick, NJ at Cooler Ranch
August 9 – Alexandria, VA at Little Man’s Garage
August 10 – Blacksburg, VA at I Got Brains! Fest
August 12 – Atlanta, GA at WonderRoot

Basement Announce Indefinite Hiatus After Current U.S. Tour

Basement UK

UK indie rockers Basement have announced plans to go on an indefinite hiatus after wrapping up their U.S. tour, which kicked off July 20th at Santa Barbara’s Sound & Fury Fest. The band just finished recording their second album ‘Colourmeinkindness’, with producer Sam Pura in Northern California this week. The album will be released by Run For Cover Records this fall.

In a joint statement released to the media yesterday, the band says:

Now ‘Colourmeinkindness’ is finished, we head out to play a string of shows across America. Due to a number of personal commitments, this record and these shows will be the last thing we do as a band for a very long time. Basement has never been about achieving anything; it was simply an enjoyable outlet for creativity and emotion. That being said, we are incredibly grateful for the support we have received over the last two years. We have managed to do some amazing things and see some incredible places and the people we have met along the way will be our friends forever. We seriously cannot express sufficiently how much this means to us. We all have things going on outside of the band that require a lot of time and attention and now more than ever these things have to come first.

Upcoming Tour Dates:
Jul 20 – Sound & Fury Fest in Santa Barbara, CA
Jul 21 – Sound & Fury Fest in Santa Barbara, CA
Jul 22 – Sound & Fury Fest in Santa Barbara, CA
Jul 23 – East Side Joes in Las Vegas, NV
Jul 24 – Aladdin Jr’s in Pomona, CA
Jul 25 – Pioneer in Santa Cruz, CA
Jul 26 – Branch Street in Sacramento, CA
Jul 27 – The Holland Project in Reno, NV
Jul 28 – Salt Lake Foursquare in Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 29 – The Blast O Mat in Denver, CO
Jul 30 – TBA in Oklahoma City, OK
Jul 31 – 1919 Hemphill in Dallas, TX
Aug 1 – The Mohawk in Austin, TX
Aug 2 – The Firehouse in Birmingham, AL
Aug 3 – No Control in Savannah, GA
Aug 4 – Transitions Art Gallery in Tampa, FL
Aug 5 – The Talent Farm in Pembroke Pines, FL
Aug 6 – Buro Bar in Jacksonville, FL
Aug 7 – Local 506 in Chapel Hill, NC
Aug 8 – Shaka’s in Virginia Beach, VA
Aug 9 – Planet Trog in Allentown, PA

Less Than Jake Announces Midwest Tour Dates With A Wilhelm Scream, Junior Battles

Less Than Jake, featuring band members Chris Demakes, Roger Manganelli, Vinnie Fiorello, Buddy Schaub and Peter

Less Than Jake has announced a string of tour dates in the Northeast and Midwest between Riot Fest Toronto and Riot Fest Dallas, with Riot Fest Chicago included in the middle. The tour will be supported by A Wilhelm Scream and Junior Battles, and tickets for all the dates go on sale on July 27th.

The tour is part of Less Than Jake’s 20th Anniversary Tour, a year-long celebration of the band’s second decade together. The band has hit venues from the northeast, to South America, and the UK and Europe so far.

Band members Chris Demakes, Roger Manganelli, Vinnie Fiorello, Buddy Schaub and Peter “JR” Wasilewski are currently supporting two recent releases, the ‘Greetings From Less Than Jake’ and ‘Season’s Greetings From Less Than Jake’ EPs, which came out in summer and February 2012, respectively. A Wilhelm Scream’s last released was a self-titled five-song EP on Paper + Plastick Records in 2009, and the band is currently recording a new album. Junior Battles is supporting its ‘Idle Ages’ full-length, released in summer 2011 on Paper + Plastick.

Less Than Jake 20th Anniversary Tour Dates:
Aug 10 – Jacksonville, FL Freebird Live (tickets)
Aug 11 – Orlando, FL Beacham Theatre (tickets)
Aug 19 – Hartford, CT Scion Festival Stage @ Comcast Theatre
Aug 23 – London, UK Barfly
Aug 24 – Leeds, UK Leeds Festival
Aug 25 – Southend, UK Chinnery’s
Aug 26 – Reading, UK Reading Festival
Aug 31 – Gainesville, FL High Dive (formerly known as Double Down Live) [tickets]
Sep 1 – Gainesville, FL High Dive (formerly known as Double Down Live) [tickets]

With A Wilhelm Scream, Junior Battles:
Sep 9 – Toronto, OR RIOT FEST
Sep 10 – Pawtucket, RI
Sep 11 – New Haven, CT
Sep 12 – Allentown, PA
Sep 13 – Cleveland, OH
Sep 14 – Pittsburgh, PA
Sep 16 – Chicago, IL RIOT FEST
Sep 18 – Bloomington, IL
Sep 19 – St. Louis, MO
Sep 20 – Omaha, NE
Sep 21 – Tulsa, OK
Sep 22 – Dallas, TX RIOT FEST

Twin Atlantic Joining The Used On September Tour

Twin Atlantic music

Twin Atlantic are following up the release of their ‘Yes, I Was Drunk’ music video with the news that they will be joining The Used on their upcoming fall tour. The Scottish rock band, featuring frontman Sam McTrusty, guitarist Barry McKenna, bassist Ross McNae and drummer Craig Kneale, will accompany the Warped Tour headliners across the US from Pomona, California to Boise, Idaho, joined by Stars in Stereo. Check out the tour dates, and the music video, below.

The band’s latest single, ‘Yes, I Was Drunk’, comes from their sophomore album ‘Free’, which is available now on iTunes. Twin are currently performing on the Vans Warped Tour and are giving away a ‘Freemixes’ download every Tuesday during the tour.

Tour Dates with The Used:
Sept 18 – Pomona, CA at The Fox Theater
Sept 19 – Tucson, AZ at Rialto Theatre
Sept 21 – Chico, CA at Senator Theater
Sept 22 – Sacramento, CA at Ace of Spades
Sept 23 – Reno, NV at Knitting Factory
Sept 25 – Spokane, WA at Knitting Factory
Sept 27 – Missoula, MT at Wilma Theater
Sept 28 – Boise, ID at Knitting Factory

Eyes Set To Kill Sign With Century Media Records

Eyes Set To Kill band

Phoenix-based rock group Eyes Set To Kill have inked a deal with Century Media Records after trying the independent route for a few years. Frontwoman Alexia Rodriguez explains, “For the past two years we have been touring around the world and evolving into the band we are today without the support of a label. We are finally happy to announce that we’ve found a home and family at Century Media and can’t wait for what is to come.”

“Century Media has been a fan of Eyes Set To Kill for years,” Century Media’s North America label President Don Robertson said, “so we’re honored that when the band finally decided to return to the label system that they chose to work with us.”

To celebrate the new partnership, the band had a signing party last night at Angels and Kings in Los Angeles. They will also be heading out on a month-long, headlining run next month on the “Show Your True Colors Tour”. “We’ve been touring Europe and writing a lot this year, so we are excited to announce our headliner in our Home, the US, this summer,” Alexia said. “We will be playing new songs on the ‘Show Your True Colors Tour’ and can’t wait to see how the fans will react to the new ESTK.” Check out a full list of dates below.

“Show Your True Colors Tour” Dates:
Aug. 2 – Mesa, AZ at The Underground
Aug. 3 – El Paso, TX at The Mix
Aug. 4 – San Antonio, TX at The Green Room
Aug. 5 – Dallas, TX at Trees
Aug. 7 – Gainesville, FL at 1982 Bar
Aug. 8 – Orlando, FL at The Social
Aug. 9 – Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade (downstairs)
Aug. 12 – New York, NY at The Studio at Webster Hall
Aug. 13 – Stanhope, NJ at Stanhope House
Aug. 14 – Allentown, PA at Crocodile Rock
Aug. 15 – Canton, OH at The Auricle
Aug. 16 – Detroit, MI at Magic Stick
Aug. 17 – Chicago, IL at Reggie’s Rock House
Aug. 18 – Madison, WI at The Loft
Aug. 19 – St. Paul, MN at Station 4
Aug. 21 – Fargo, ND at The Aquarium
Aug. 22 – Billings, MT at Manny’s
Aug. 24 – Spokane, WA at A Club
Aug. 25 – Seattle, WA at El Corazon
Aug. 26 – Portland, OR at Branx
Aug. 28 – Ogden, UT at Mojos
Aug. 29 – Colorado Springs, CO at The Black Sheep
Aug. 30 – Denver, CO at Marquis Theater
Sept. 1 – Tucson, AZ at The Rock
Sept. 2 – Las Vegas, NV at The Knight Hall
Sept. 4 – Stockton, CA at Plea for Peace Center
Sept. 5 – Bakersfield, CA at Jerry’s Pizza
Sept. 6 – West Hollywood, CA at The Roxy
Sept. 7 – San Diego, CA at SOMA (side stage)