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DS Exclusive Interview: Winston McCall (Parkway Drive) talks about working with Brett Gurewitz, their live show and “Deep Blue”

Few things in life are unforgettable. The first day of high school. Your first kiss. Your first stage dive. Wait…what? Yeah, I said it. I’ll never forget that first fantastic lift off into the crowd with Australia’s mega metalcore quintet Parkway Drive at my back. As I was talking with their singer, Winston McCall, later backstage, he told me he has “always been a fan of the stage dive.” I felt I did him proud and true, and now as my bones ache Winston, I think of you.

He and I had a great chat in the backyard of The Beaumont Club in Kansas City, Missouri after their set. We covered such niceties as winning an ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) award and having your idol on your new record. Winston talked to me about writing and recording for the newest album, “Deep Blue,” and how they really wanted to “be themselves” and “make a record that sounded like us.”

Click here to read the full interview.



Show Review: Parkway Drive-Kansas City, Missouri, February 18, 2011

On a gorgeously cool February evening, Abigail and I set our course to Kansas City’s Beaumont Club in Westport. My bones are still aching cretins. Parkway Drive definitely showed up with their A game for this show. With thundering sounds laid down by The Warriors, The Ghost Inside, and Set Your Goals, they precursed what was to be a spectacular display of spine-shaking sounds from the mighty Parkway Drive.

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Video: Parkway Drive perform “Sleepwalker” on Fuel TV

Aussie metalcore act Parkway Drive have posted the performance of their song “Sleepwalker” from Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit.”

You can watch the video here.

The song appears on their latest album, “Deep Blue”, which was released last year through Epitaph Records. They’re on the road with Set Your GoalsThe Ghost Inside and The Warriors. Check out the dates and locations here.



Bring Me The Horizon announce spring UK headlining tour with The Devil Wears Prada and Parkway Drive

British pop metalheads Bring Me The Horizon have announced a short UK headlining tour in late April. The band will be joined by The Devil Wears Prada, Parkway Drive, and Architects. Click here for the full dates.

The band’s latest album “There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret” was released October 5th via Epitaph Records.



Full Album Stream: Parkway Drive – “Deep Blue”

Metal Fans listen up! Parkway Drive‘s new record Deep Blue doesn’t hit stores until July 29th, but starting today you can stream the entire album on their MySpace Page! Check out the music video for the first single, Sleepwalker, here.

The band will be spending much of the summer as a part of the Warped Tour. You can look over the dates over at the band’s Dying Scene shows page.



New music: Parkway Drive – “Unrest” off upcoming album “Deep Blue”

Aussie metal/hardcore act Parkway Drive are streaming Unrest from their upcoming album, Deep Blue. Check it out on the band’s MySpace Page.

The album is set to be released June 29th through Epitaph Records.

Deep Blue is the 3rd album released on Epitaph behind Horizons and Killing With A Smile and is their fourth album overall.



Music Video: Parkway Drive – “Sleepwalker”

Aussie metal/hardcore act Parkway Drive have premiered the music video for the song Sleepwalker, and you can check it out here.

Deep Blue will be released June 29th on Epitaph Records.



Video Preview: Parkway Drive – “Sleepwalker”

Aussie metal/hardcore act Parkway Drive have posted a preview of their upcoming music video for the song Sleepwalker, which will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Deep Blue. You can check it out here.

The full music video will premiere on June 8th. Deep Blue will be released June 29th on Epitaph Records.



Epitaph releasing first of new compilation series “New Noise Vol. 1”

Epitaph Records is launching a new series of compilations titled “New Noise” to replace their original “Punk O Rama” comps. The first release, New Noise Vol. 1, will be released June 15th through all digital media stores for $2.99 while physical copies will only be available as a limited edition at this summer’s Vans Warped Tour.

The comp will feature tracks from the labels current roster including new/unreleased tracks from Parkway Drive, Street Dogs and I Set My Friends On Fire.  Check out the full track listing here.



New Song: “Sleepwalker” off upcoming Parkway Drive album “Deep Blue”

Aussie hardcore act Parkway Drive are streaming a new song, Sleepwalker, on their MySpace page.  The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album Deep Blue, which is set to be released June 29th on Epitaph Records.

Deep Blue is the 3rd album released on Epitaph behind Horizons and Killing With A Smile and is their fourth album overall.



Watch Parkway Drive’s wrap-up video from the studio, song clips included

deep-blueAussie hardcore act Parkway Drive have released a wrap-up video from the studio, summing up these past few weeks of recording for their new album Deep Blue.

The video includes a couple of really solid song clips and includes statements from Joe Baressi and some of the band members. Really cool video, click here to check it out!

Deep Blue is the 3rd album released on Epitaph behind Horizons and Killing With A Smile and is their fourth album overall.



Parkway drive announce upcoming album “Deep Blue” release date, tracklisting and album art

deep-blueLooks like we finally have an album name and release date for Australian hardcore act Parkway Drive‘s new album!

Parkway Drive were recently in Los Angeles recording their upcoming album Deep Blue with Joe Baressi, (album art <<==here==) and announced today that the album is  scheduled to drop June 29th via Epitaph Records. You can check out the tracklisting here.

Deep Blue is the 3rd album released on Epitaph behind Horizons and Killing With A Smile and is their fourth album overall.



Parkway Drive post second studio update for upcoming album

parkway-driveAustralia hardcore act Parkway Drive have just posted a new update from the studio in LA where they are currently working on a new album, the follow-up to their 2007 release Horizons.

In the update the band talks about recording the guitars, bass, and vocals, what it’s like working with Joe Baressi, and the surprise visit they received from Bad Religion guitarist (and Epitaph owner) Brett Gurewitz.

This will be Parkway Drive’s third album to be released on Epitaph Records, following Horizons and Killing With A Smile and fourth album overall.

Read the full studio update here.



Parkway drive post update from studio, while working on upcoming album

Australia hardcore band Parkway Drive has just posted a new update from the studio, where they are currently working on a new album, a follow-up to Horizons, which was released in 2007. Parkway Drive is in LA doing the recording and production of the album, and in the update the band talks about their sentiments of being in the states, as well as what it’s like to work with producer Joe Barresi (Queens of The Stone Age, Bad Religion).

This will be Parkway Drive’s third album to be released on Epitaph Records, following Horizons and Killing With A Smile; fourth album overall.

Read the full studio update (with pictures!) here.



Parkway Drive returning stateside to record third full-length album

parkway-driveAustralia’s biggest hardcore-metal group Parkway Drive are returning to the US to record their third full length studio album.

The upcoming album is the long-awaited follow-up to 2007’s hard-hitting breakout album Horizons and will be recorded in Los Angeles with celebrated producer Joe Barresi (Queens of the Stone Age, Bad Religion)

Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall says of the album,

Writing with a concept in mind has given us more direction. Every song on this album was created with a definite purpose, as opposed to just writing a riff and building on that.

He also mentions that this album will be the heaviest material they’ve ever written, yet the catchiest at the same time.

The album is expected to be released sometime during the summer via Epitaph Records. Check back here at Dying Scene as more information becomes available.