Finch are out with the new music video for their track ‘Anywhere But Here’, off the Temecula, California post-hardcore band’s third studio album ‘Back To Oblivion’, which was released on September 30th on Razor & Tie. The album is Finch’s first release since their reunion in 2012, and their first full-length since 2005’s ‘Say Hello to Sunshine’. Watch it via YouTube below.
Finch posted the following message to fans on their official website, FinchMusic.com: “Through much thought and deliberation, the five of us have decided to take an indefinite break from Finch. Amongst the many reasons for our decision, our individual priorities just lie in different places. We can’t express how grateful we are to all of you for the past 5 years. We’ve had the opportunity to play the music we love for a living. The five of us will always feel lucky for that. Again, thank you all so much for the love and support you’ve given us. A special thanks as well, to all that have worked closely with us over the years to help make things happen. A list of names would just be too long. You know who you are. Thank you.”
Alter Bridge, Breed 77, Finch, Simple Plan and Green Day performed live in concert at the Greenfield Festival in Interlakern, Switzerland Friday thru Sunday (June 24-26). Check out pictures from GreenfieldFestival.ch.
Finch are out with the video to their new single ‘Bite Marks & Blood Stains’, from the album ‘Say Hello to the Sunshine’. Watch it online below.
Finch are out with the video to their new single ‘Bitemarks And Bloodstains’. Watch it online below.
MusicOhio.com has more details on the on-stage brawl between Finch and Disturbed at the Rolling Rock Town Fair. Check out photos from the incident at webshots.com.
Disturbed and Finch got into an onstage brawl at the Rolling Rock Town Fair in Latrobe, Pennsylvania on Saturday (July 31). The fight, which took place while Finch were preparing to take the stage, was reportedly the culmination of an ongoing feud between the two bands stemming from an interview Finch gave to MeanStreet magazine in late 2002. In that interview, Finch guitarist Randy Strohmeyer said about Disturbed singer David Draiman, “I’d shoot him in the fu**ing head. I’d rip his stupid little piercings out. They’re just cheesy. It bums me out because their music is terrible, and what they’re about, it’s just sh**. Hopefully all that music will die out soon, and hopefully it will make room for the good music.” Read more.
Thrice, the Ataris, Pete Yorn, Finch, Chevelle, Evanescence, Blur, the Used, the Transplants, Staind, the Deftones, Jane’s Addiction, and the White Stripes performed at the 2003 KROQ Weenie Roast at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, California on Saturday (June 14). Check out pictures from WireImage.
RollingStone.com spoke with Finch guitarist Randy Strohmeyer who refuted reports that the group was breaking up, which erupted after they cancelled their main-stage Warped Tour gig. The band says they were burned out on touring and wanted to start working on a new album. They will be doing some radio-station festivals though. “Once you get played on the radio, you sort of have to start doing things for stations — if you still want your song to be played,” Strohmeyer sighed. It gets grueling, he says, “but it gets more people to listen to our songs. That’s what we’ve always wanted to do. But until now, we’ve done it our way.”
Rock acts on late night television this week include the Eels, who perform on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Thursday; Finch, who perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday; the Datsuns, who perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Friday; and the Buzzcocks, who perform on the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn on Friday.