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Touche Amore stream live album “10 Years / 1000 Shows – Live at the Regent Theater”

Touché Amoré played their 1000th show back in February at The Regent Theater in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles to celebrate their 10-year anniversary as a band. The recording of the show was released as a live album, 10 Years / 1000 Shows – Live at The Regent Theater, which the band is streaming now.

You can give it a listen below.

10 Years / 1000 Shows – Live at The Regent Theater was released on November 2 via Epitaph.

Touche Amore detail live album

Touché Amoré played their 1000th show back in February at The Regent Theater in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles to celebrate their 10-year anniversary as a band. The recording of show is to be released as a live album, “10 Years / 1000 Shows at The Regent Theater” on November 2 via Epitaph.

A video of “Flowers and You” from the set is up now. You can watch it below.

Touche Amore release new track “Green”

Touché Amoré have released a new track. “Green” is the band’s first single since 2016 and is up on Spotify and all the usual platforms. You can also have a listen below.

There is no accompanying news as yet about a new album, but we at Dying Scene will keep you posted…

Turnstile, Touche Amore and Culture Abuse detail tour

Turnstile, Touché Amoré and Culture Abuse are have announced a lengthy US tour. The tour will begin April 9th in Cleveland, OH and wrap May 7th in Boston, MA.

Full details of the tour and ticket links are below.

Touche Amore stream “Palm Dreams” from BBC live session 7″

Back in March, Touché Amoré performed in session for The Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter on BBC Radio 1. The recording of that broadcast is set to be released on 7” and digital formats on September 15 via Epitaph. This will be the bands third instalment to their “Live on BBC Radio One” series.

You can listen to the BBC Radio 1 live session version of Touché Amoré’s track “Palm Dreams” below to get you in the mood for what’s to come on September 15th.

Touche Amore announce fall headline tour with Single Mothers and Gouge Away

California post-hardcore outfit Touché Amoré have announced a run of tour dates in the United States. You can find dates, locations, and the tour poster below.

Joining Touché Amoré across all dates will be London, Ontario punks Single Mothers and Fort Lauderdale, Florida based hardcore band Gouge Away.

Touche Amore announce Europe tour and festival dates with Code Orange, Against Me

California post-hardcore outfit Touché Amoré have announced a run of tour and festival dates across Europe. You can find dates, locations, and the tour poster below.

Touché Amoré will be joined by Pennsylvania hardcore group Code Orange and Against Me! for select dates, as indicated below.

Touche Amore announce Australian tour with Turnover

California post-hardcore outfit Touché Amoré have announced a tour of Australia, and will be bringing Virginia Beach emo quartet Turnover along with them. The tour is set to start in Brisbane on July 5th.

The tour will be in support of Touché Amoré’s new album Stage Four, which was released September 16, 2016 through Epitaph Records. Local supports have not yet been announced, tickets will go on sale on February 24th at 9:00 AM AEDT and can be purchased here. You can find tour dates and locations as well as a larger tour poster below.

Touche Amore (post-hardcore) stream tour mini documentary “Moments In Passing”

California post-hardcore outfit Touché Amoré are streaming a mini documentary about themselves. The film is titled Moment In Passing and documents the band’s current European tour with Angel Dust. You can enjoy the short movie in full below.

Touché Amoré’s latest release was the 2016 full-length Stage Four.

Touche Amore release video for “Benediction”

Touché Amoré have released a video for “Benediction”. The track is from their Epitaph Records album, “Stage Four”, which came out back in September. 

You can watch the video below.

DS Staff Picks: Paul Carr’s Top 10 Albums of 2016

I admit, I’ve  been out of the game a while. I grew up, had kids and musically treaded water for a couple of years. Then in 2016, I found pockets of time to listen to the odd track, then the odd ep and finally I found the time to throw myself fully back into the punk pool. What became clear was that after a couple of years with my finger off the pulse, I had an insatiable desire for the music I love. I was hungrier than ever and 2016 saw plenty of great new music to satisfy my appetite. So below are my picks. They mean more to me than just a list of records, they signify a year of rediscovery.

Touché Amoré covers Pearl Jam’s “Corduroy”

Los Angeles post-hardcore band Touché Amoré stopped by the AV Club to cover Pearl Jam’s “Corduroy” as part of their “Undercover” series. The song was originally about the dark side of success and the fame that comes with it, however, Touché Amoré and Pearl Jam both deliver very personal lyrics,  which makes this song fitting for the band to cover.

You can take a look at the cover as well as a short interview below.

The band’s latest LP, Stage Four, was released on September 16th through Epitaph Records

Album Review: Touche Amore – “Stage Four”

Touche Amore‘s last album, Is Survived By, was the one that started to shy away from the brash, coarse post-hardcore/screamo trope that saw them become one of the banner-men of The Wave. As that movement subsided with the bands finding their own voices and some, a mainstream route, TA followed Pianos Become The Teeth to Epitaph. Stage Four finds them doing something similar in terms of a melodic musical shift but what sparks the record to life is that it follows up from the questions of mortality posed by TA’s 2013 record. This time around, TA address the death of Sandy — mother of vocalist Jeremy Bolm in a brutally honest eulogy.

Tracks like “Rapture” and “Flowers and You” all represent how TA have leaned towards a more upbeat and dialed back version of post-hardcore. Rhythmic, swooning guitars as opposed to crushing riffs and chords. The melodies can’t be stressed enough with solos cutting at you at every turn. Bolm’s words rip through you as he describes the pain of losing his mom as well as a narrative that saw him avoiding her voice mails right up until when she died — which he also missed as he was socializing after Fest. He documents in detail how he avoided watching his hero wither away. “Benediction” is another example of this. He also drops into a rare monotone pattern of singing on songs like “Water Damage” and “Skyscraper” which all have lush guitars, shoegaze tones and so much more wrapped into his throaty, hoarse take on evolving TA’s post-hardcore sound. It isn’t the loud TA of old but it’s still pretty explosive. And just as emotive. Right up there with Is Survived By and right up there with the albums that’ll top 2016.

4.5 /5 Stars

Touche Amore stream new album “Stage Four”

Los Angeles post-hardcore act Touché Amoré are streaming their new album Stage Four in full below. It’s solid. That is all.

Stage Four was released September 16th through Epitaph Records.

Touche Amore stream new song “Rapture”

Los Angeles’ Touché Amoré are streaming a new song titled “Rapture,” which is taken from their upcoming album Stage Four. You can give the track a listen below.

Stage Four is set to release on September 16th through Epitaph Records.