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Sublime With Rome announces inaugural “Light Up The Pacific” cruise (w/Dirty Heads, Matisyahu, Yelawolf and more)

Start saving your pennies, Sublime With Rome fans. The band have teamed up with fellow delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol aficionados Dirty Heads to announce the inaugural “Light Up The Pacific” tour. The three-day tour ships out from Long Beach, California, on September 30th of next year, and makes stops in Ensenada, Mexico, before returning home. Joining the two bands will be the likes of Yelawolf, Matisyahu (remember him!?!), The Expendables, Sticky Fingers and Passafire.

Pre-sales for the cruise go live tomorrow; check here for more information.

Sublime With Rome announce US fall tour dates

After concluding a lengthy summer tour, Sublime With Rome have announced yet another set of US tour dates for the upcoming fall season. The tour will begin on November 7th in Denver and will conclude with a free show in Del Mar, CA on November 28th. Tickets are now on sale here. You can get a full list of dates and locations below.

Sublime With Rome’s new album Sirens was released on July 17th and served as the follow-up to their 2011 debut album Yours Truly.

The Academy Is… announce ten year anniversary tour at Riot Fest

Popular emo band The Academy Is… broke up back in 2011, but when they played together at Riot Fest in Chicago this past weekend, they announced that they will be getting together for the “Almost Here” reunion tour, playing the entirety of the album at each show.

Almost Here was released in February 2005 on Fueled By Ramen Records.   You can find the tour dates below.

The Front Bottoms release 15-minute music video for new song “Summer Shandy”

New Jersey’s The Front Bottoms have released a 15-minute-long “music video” for a new song titled “Summer Shandy,” which follows the band on their adventure through Fairbanks, Alaska on their 2015 tour. Check it out below.

The Front Bottoms’ upcoming album Back On Top is set to release on September 18th through Fueled By Ramen Records. It will serve as a follow-up to 2013’s Talon of the Hawk.

Music Video: The Front Bottoms – “Laugh Till I Cry”

New Jersey’s The Front Bottoms have released a video for their song “Laugh Till I Cry.”

Check it out here.

“Laugh Till I Cry” comes from the bands upcoming album, Back On Top, which will be released September 18th 2015 via Fueled By Ramen Records.

The Front Bottoms announce new album “Back On Top,” and US tour dates; release music video for “Help”

New Jersey’s The Front Bottoms have just announced details for their upcoming album. “Back On Top” will be released September 18th 2015 via Fueled By Ramen Records. The band has also released a new music video for “Help” which can be viewed below.

In addition, The Front Bottoms will also be hitting the road this summer, so check out when the guys will be coming to your neck of the woods below.

Music Video: Sublime With Rome – “Wherever You Go”

Sublime With Rome have premiered a music video for their song “Wherever You Go”. You can watch the video below.

“Wherever You Go” is taken from Sublime With Rome’s new album Sirens, which was released last week (July 17th), and serves as the follow-up to their 2011 debut album Yours Truly.

The Front Bottoms sign to Fueled By Ramen; debut new music video for “Cough It Out”; upcoming album due out this fall

New Jersey’s The Front Bottoms have just signed to Fueled By Ramen Records, and is planning on releasing their upcoming full-length album with them this fall.

To celebrate, the band has premiered a new music video for their newest single “Cough It Out”, which you can check out below.

The band last released an EP entitled “Rose”, last July through Bar/None Records.

Paramore announces tour dates with Copeland

Paramore has a spring tour in the works that will take them from the South all the way to each coast, with support from the indie rock band Copeland.  You can check out the dates below.

Paramore most recently released a self-titled album in 2013 on Fueled By Ramen.

Sublime With Rome to begin pre-production on new album in December

In a recent interview, Rome Ramirez revealed that Sublime With Rome will enter the studio in December to begin the pre-production phase of their long-awaited second album, which is expected to be released next year. He states:

“We’ve been putting together a couple song ideas. We go into the studio in December to start pre-production, putting all these ideas into songs and knocking away at it.”

The new Sublime With Rome album will be the band’s first since 2011’s Yours Truly, and their first one without drummer Bud Gaugh, who has been replaced by Josh Freese.

William Beckett premieres new song and announces tour dates

William Beckett (formerly of The Academy Is…) is releasing a new track called “Lock In,” which will be the theme song for a novel of the same name by John Scalzi.  The track is available via Equal Vision Records, and will be officially released on Octber 27th.

You can give it a listen and check out some of Beckett’s upcoming tour dates, below.   

Sublime With Rome to begin recording new album in November

Sublime With Rome have announced that they will be entering the studio in November to begin recording their second album, which will be their first since 2011’s Yours Truly, and their first without drummer Bud Gaugh, who has been replaced by Josh Freese. About the album, frontman/guitarist Rome Ramirez told

“We already have some songs and stuff we’ve been working on. That’s what this tour is — we’re doing some of the old favorites and some of the stuff we’ve been working on in the studio and backstage and stuff like that. We have a shit-ton of parts and probably have five or six songs completed, half the album.”

The new album is being self-produced by the band, but Rome noted, “I’ve been talking to a couple of people I would like to bring on board. I would be doing a lot of the album, but there’s obviously some people who are so talented and bring so much to the music I’d really want to involve them in the project and get their ideas in here.”

Lineup announced for Quebec’s Festival Envol et Macadam (Sublime with Rome, Screeching Weasel, Sick Of It All and more)

The official lineup and schedule has been announced for Quebec’s Festival Envol et Macadam. The three days of the  festival are headlined by The Planet Smashers, Less Than Jake and Sublime with Rome respectively, and features support from Madball, Sick Of It All, Northcote, Screeching Weasel and a bunch more. Click here for the full rundown.

As you can probably tell, the festival takes place in Quebec City from September 4th to September 6th.

Linkin Park deny they called the police on Sublime With Rome for smoking weed

Linkin Park frontmen Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington have disputed the recent accusations that they called the police on Sublime With Rome for smoking weed backstage at last weekend’s KFMA Day festival, where both bands performed at. Shinoda clarifies:

“LP didn’t “call the cops” on @RomeMusica smoking pot. Not sure where the rumor came from. Definitely not my style, bummer it happened.

We were at a meet & greet when Sublime was on stage, not dressing room. Wouldn’t even know if there was smoke.

If someone was “representing the band” to the cops in the venue about weed smoke, they were out of line.”

Bennington then posted his own message on Twitter, saying, “FYI.. I did not call the cops on Sublime. Rome should check his facts before running his mouth!!”

Sublime With Rome are currently working on a new album for a 2015 release. Not only will it be their first album since 2011’s Yours Truly, but their first without drummer Bud Gaugh, who left the band back in December 2011.

Sublime With Rome accuse Linkin Park of calling the cops on them for the use of marijuana

Rap metal icons Linkin Park have been accused of calling the cops on Sublime With Rome for the use of marijuana on the day both bands performed at last weekend’s KFMA Day festival. In regards to this incident, Sublime With Rome frontman and guitarist Rome Ramirez tweeted the following message:

“Linkin Park called the cops on us and said that they were allergic to pot. Cops came and took all our weed while we on stage. Bitch shit.”

Sublime With Rome are currently working on a new album for a 2015 release. Not only will it be their first album since 2011’s Yours Truly, but their first without drummer Bud Gaugh, who left the band back in December 2011.