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Chiodos begin writing reunion album with Craig Owens

Chiodos just started writing new material for what will be their first album since the return of frontman Craig Owens, who rejoined the band exactly three years ago today but rejoined last April. Craig tweeted:

“Having a @chiodos writing session w/ @sirbradleybell & Sr. Patrick McManiac”

The new album, which currently has no release date, will be the follow-up to 2010’s Illuminaudio, and their first with Owens on vocals since 2007’s Bone Palace Ballet.



Craig Owens adds three new dates to solo tour; Bradley Bell to play keyboard

Chiodos and D.R.U.G.S. front man Craig Owens has added three new shows to his solo tour in the US. It’s also been confirmed that Chiodos keyboardist Bradley Bell will be joining on Owens on this tour.

You can check out the full dates (new dates are in bold) right here, as well as Chiodos reunion dates.

Chiodos plans on recording a new album at the end of this year for a tentative 2013 release.



Live video: Chiodos full set from Boston, MA reunion tour show

Newly reunited post-hardcore act Chiodos recently performed in Boston, Massachusetts and lucky enough for you, the entire show was recorded.  Click here to watch the performance.

Chiodos has a handful of reunion shows remaining.  Click here to see if they’re coming to your town.



Craig Owens announces rescheduled US solo dates & additional Chiodos reunion shows

Earlier this year Craig Owens had to postpone his US solo tour for unknown reasons. Today, he has announced a rescheduled list of dates for the tour, along with additional Chiodos reunion dates.

You can check out all of the dates and locations for Craig’s solo tour & Chiodos’ reunion tour here.

Chiodos plans on recording a new album at the end of this year for a tentative 2013 release.



A Loss For Words frontman Matty Arsenault announces upcoming solo project

A Loss For Words frontman Matty Arsenault has announced that a solo project will be coming to fruition in late September.  It’s unclear what, if anything, will be released, but this is what Arsenault had to say about speculation:

“…got some really big stuff coming up for A Loss for Words as well as my SOLO project which I will be releasing in late september so be on the look!!!”

Arsenault’s solo project will be another thing on this frontman’s agenda.  The band just recently released an acoustic album in June through Rise Records, entitled Returning To Webster Lake.  And just recently, A Loss For Words announced an upcoming U.S. tour with Chiodos and City Lights.



Interview: Chiodos talk reunion

Post hardcore band Chiodos recently did a video interview where they talked about their reunion with frontman Craig Owens. Check it out here.

Chiodos plans on recording a new album at the end of this year for a tentative 2013 release.



Tour: A Loss For Words announce end of summer/early fall tour dates w/ Chiodos & City Lights

Boston pop punk act, A Loss For Words, have announced they will be heading out on a US tour near the end of summer/the beginning of fall with Chiodos, and City Lights playing select dates.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations on the tour here.

A Loss for Words released an acoustic album, “Returning To Webster Lake”, in June on Rise Records.



Live Video: Chiodos reunion show with original frontman Craig Owens

Post hardcore band, Chiodos recently performed live in their hometown of Flint, MI with their original frontman Craig Owens. Check out the live performances of “The Words ‘Best Friend’ Becomes Redefined,” “Baby You Wouldn’t Last a Minute on the Creek,” and “All Nereids Beware” here.

Chiodos plans on recording a new album at the end of this year for a tentative 2013 release.



Chiodos stream acoustic version of “Thermacare” (first performance w/ Craig Owens back in band)

Post hardcore band, Chiodos, recently did a little acoustic performance for some radio station in which they did acoustic versions of some of their older songs.  It was the first time the band played publicly since Craig Owens rejoined the band as lead vocalist.

You can stream the band doing “Thermacare” right here.

Chiodos plans on recording a new album at the end of this year for a tentative 2013 release.



Chiodos announce plans to release new album

Post hardcore band, Chiodos, have announced they will begin working on their new album sometime very soon.

Here’s what the band had to say on the matter:
Details for the recording of the new record are still loose, but a late-fall 2012 writing period and release in 2013 are the most penciled-in plans so far.

This will be the band’s first album since Craig Owens rejoined the band. Chiodos’ last album, “Illuminaudio,” came out October 5, 2010 on Equal Vision Records.



Craig Owens (D.R.U.G.S., Chiodos) checks into rehab

Chiodos and D.R.U.G.S. front man Craig Owens confirmed the reason for his recent absence from social media and life following his return to Chiodos.

According to a tweet from Owens:  “i got on a plane & checked myself into rehab. i couldn’t be happier”.  No word is yet available on his length of stay, or how it may affect the new Chiodos album that seems to be in the works for Equal Vision Records.



Chiodos announce first set of tour dates since reuniting with Craig Owens

Post hardcore band, Chiodos, have announced their first tour dates since reuniting with singer, Craig Owens. You can check out the dates here.

Looks like the reunited band will be working on a new album for release on Equal Vision Records.

 



Craig Owens goes on solo tour with Squid The Whale

Chiodos and D.R.U.G.S. vocalist Craig Owens has just announced that he’ll be going on a solo tour, and he’ll be supported by Squid The Whale.

Click here to check out the tour dates.

Owens has recently rejoined Chiodos, and it looks like they will be working on a new album.



Matt Good, Nick Martin and Aaron Stern leave D.R.U.G.S.

Hot on the heels of the news that Craig Owens has re-joined Chiodos, three members have parted ways with his other band, D.R.U.G.S. Guitarists Matt Good and Nick Martin and drummer Aaron Stern issued the following statement:

“To our loyal fans and friends,

After much thought and consideration we (Matt Good, Nick Martin and Aaron Stern) have decided to announce that we will be moving on from D.R.U.G.S. This decision has not been easy to make, and we want to express how grateful we are for all of you who have supported us and made this the incredible experience it has been over the past couple of years. We’ll always look back on our time in this band with pride, and have no regrets about the music we’ve made or the people we’ve made it with. We want to thank everyone who has believed in us, and we hope you’ll keep believing in us. We look forward to the future, and we know we’ll be seeing you again soon, no matter where our paths lead next.

With love and gratitude,
Matt, Nick and Aaron”

D.R.U.G.S. released their self-titled debut in February 2011 on Sire Records.



Craig Owens officially rejoins Chiodos

It’s now officially official. Craig Owens has returned to Chiodos as the group’s lead singer.  The proof is in this video and the following tweet from Owens:

“Let’s do this.” – http://chiodos.net/

Owens was originally kicked out of Chiodos in 2009 and then went on to form D.R.U.G.S. while Chiodos found themselves a new singer in Brandon Bolmer and carried on sans Owens.  Both bands had successful releases since then, especially D.R.U.G.S., but Owens started making announcements that he has new material in the works for an unexpected unnamed project, and that was followed shortly after with an announcement from Bolmer that he was parting ways with Chiodos.

Looks like the reunited band will be working on a new album for release on Equal Vision Records.