John Feldmann and Travis Barker have announced the line up for the 2019 Back To The Beach Festival. The annual festival, in its second year, will take place on April 27 & 28 in Huntington Beach. The upcoming event will feature both Feldmann and Barkers’ main acts as well as the likes of The Used, Reel Big Fish, The Wonder Years, Streetlight Manifesto and more.
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Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 1:58 PM (PST) by Chris Doughty
Sunday, December 31, 2017 at 10:37 PM (PST) by liathdavis
Well, another 2017 has come to a close my friends and I can say with full confidence that while it has been a banger, I will be glad to send it off with a mandatory, awkward, New Years Eve Party. And by party, I really mean lounging around in my pajamas, eating mac n cheese, and watching movies by myself– we are all different y’all. Having joined the DS team back in April, this year has been a wild ride full of music journalism, writing, editing, and re-editing again. My life has been full of change (good and bad), new beginnings, and unfortunate endings but I think we can all agree that knocking back a couple together and gearing up for 2018 with anticipation for what’s to come is the best way to close out this shit show. Check out what my top ten albums of 2017 were below, pre or post party– your call.
Monday, November 6, 2017 at 10:09 AM (PST) by rick delaney
The Used are streaming their latest music video for track “Rise Up Lights”. The tune is taken from the band’s seventh studio album The Canyon which was released late last month via Hopeless Records. In addition, The Used are currently on tour with Glassjaw.
Fans can check out both the tour dates and the video for “Rise Up Lights” below.
Monday, October 23, 2017 at 3:56 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
The Used, who release their seventh album “The Canyon” this Friday (October 27th) via Hopeless Records, have released a lyric video for one of the tracks from it. You can watch “Rise Up Lights” below.
You can pre-order the album now.
The band have marked the announcement by releasing a video for the first track to be taken from the 17 song record. “Over and Over Again” is below, along with the album tracklisting and pre-order details.
Monday, August 21, 2017 at 3:56 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
The Used have announced that they will be hitting the road this Fall with support from Glassjaw. This month-long tour will kick off in San Francisco on October 27th and wrap up on November 29th in Seattle. Tickets go on sale on Friday (August 25th) at 10am.
A full list of dates and ticket info are up now on the band website.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
In sharp contrast to Day One’s lineup, Day Two of the SoCal tattoo convention and music festival saw an influx of emo fans who came in droves to see post-hardcore acts like The Used, Story of the Year, Glassjaw and Hell or Highwater. The drunk, overweight, geezer punks that had filled the fairgrounds the prior afternoon were now replaced with young, well coifed, (better smelling) punks of all sorts. Also included in the ‘Emo Day’ lineup was veteran ska punks Goldfinger who definitely helped to cut the angst a little. Check out all of this and more as Anarchopunk continues his coverage of Musink Fest 2017, below!
Thursday, June 16, 2016 at 1:11 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Earlier this year, The Used embarked on a North American tour for their fifteenth anniversary and it looks like they’re showing no signs of slowing down. The band will be heading out on a second leg of their anniversary tour, once again playing their first two albums (2002’s The Used and 2004’s In Love and Death) over the course of two nights in each city along the way.
You can check out the dates and locations they’ll be playing below.
The Used released a live, acoustic album aptly titled Live and Acoustic at The Palace on April 1, 2016.
Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 2:00 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Despite having just announced a massive North American tour in which they will be playing their first two albums in their entirety, The Used have officially parted ways with longtime guitarist Quinn Allman and replaced him with Saosin guitarist Justin Shekoski. Allman took a hiatus from touring with the band earlier this year and now it seems as if his absence will be permanent. Here’s a statement from the band:
“Nothing can ever change, or detract from the magic of the relationships that helped create the music that is The Used. For these beautiful memories, we will be forever grateful. As a result of mutual understanding, Quinn will not be returning to the band and Justin Shekoski will be taking his place. The journey so far has been amazing and we continue to feel very positive about what lies ahead in the future. As always, can’t wait to see you on the road!
Love, The Used”
Meanwhile, you can check out the band’s upcoming tour dates here. The Used will be releasing a live, acoustic album appropriately titled Live And Acoustic At The Palace on April 1, 2016. You can pre-order the album here.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at 10:12 AM (PST) by Malamute
The Used have announced a North American tour for their fifteenth anniversary. With two nights in each city, they’ll perform their self-titled and “In Love And Death” albums in full. In addition to this they’re releasing a live acoustic album called “Live And Acoustic At The Palace.” The recording for the album took place at the Palace in Los Angeles last month and the album has a release date of April 1st, 2016.
You can pre-order the album here.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at 4:00 AM (PST) by jaystone
The Used recently wrapped up another month-long US tour (alongside Every Time I Die) in support of their latest album, April 2014’s Imaginary Enemy. Dying Scene had photographer Catharina Christiana (C3 Photography) on hand to shoot the headliners at the tour’s stop at the Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY. Check out her photo gallery below!
The Used’s Imaginary Enemy was released in April 2014 by Hopeless Records.
Monday, February 2, 2015 at 1:14 PM (PST) by hayley
The Used guitarist Quinn Allman has just announced he will be taking a temporary leave of absence from the band. While The Used is on tour, Allman will be replaced by Saosin guitarist Justin Shekosk. The band had the following to say about the temporary lineup change:
We are saddened to announce that Quinn will be taking a temporary hiatus from the band for the next year.
Quinn is a vital part of the group and ee wish him the best in his upcoming endeavors and look forward to the day he rejoins us on the road.
We are thrilled, however, to share that Justin Shekoski of Saosin will be filling in for Quinn as we hit the road this year! Justin has been a close friend to all of us for many years and will help make this tour a memorable one!
Monday, January 26, 2015 at 8:46 AM (PST) by Hopeless Romantic
The Used released their last album, Imaginary Enemy, on April 1, 2014 through Hopeless Records.
Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 10:07 AM (PST) by DebNYC
Pittsburgh’s a pretty cool fucking town, and I hadn’t been to the Land of Three Rivers in a couple of decades, so why not grab my bestie and head out in the middle of the workweek to cover a show featuring a near-perfect post-hardcore line-up with a side order of punk?
Once upon a time, a lineup like this would’ve been a sea of sailing bodies, but surfing was kept to a minimum here as the complexion of the crowd has shifted to include a sizable dose of unrowdy young ladies. Stage AE is a theater-esque establishment with an unusually high stage set far enough apart from the barricade in order to discourage stagediving (although security informed me that the most determined of dudes still try).
Frank Iero, touring on the release of his first (and very awesome) solo effort, “Stomachaches,” put together an outfit that he dubbed “The Cellabration,” consisting of former LeATHERMØUTH and current Low Road guitarist Rob Hughes (on bass for this project,) Science guitarist Evan Nestor and independent artist (now drummer) Matt Olsson for touring purposes. The set is energetic and dark, with three-part harmonies filling the arena, dual guitars (Iero and Nestor) and some really fun bass licks from the ever-talented Hughes. Olsson is the perfect backbone: fun to watch on drums, with a perpetual smile upon his face reminiscent of Taylor Hawkins. This album is definitely worth a listen. Favorite track: “All I Want Is You.”
Since I last caught them on tour, during their “Louder Now” days, Taking Back Sunday has endured several lineup changes (current members include vocalist and former bassist Adam Lazzarra, founding member and guitarist Eddie Reyes, original guitarist and keyboardist John Nolan, and bassist after Lazzarra, Shaun Cooper). They’ve also released three more albums, “New Again,” Self-Titled and the newly minted “Happiness Is.” Although Lazzarra no longer dangles from light fixtures as he did in the first half of the band’s career, he hasn’t lost his charisma. The band seemed settled as they ran through a string of sing-along hits such as “MakeDamnSure,””Decades Under The Influence” and “What’s It Feel Like To Be A Ghost” as well as brand new cuts like “Better Homes and Gardens,” all met with equal enthusiasm by the sweaty crowd.
The headliners of the evening, The Used, also showcasing a brand new release, “Imaginary Enemy,” a surprisingly strong anti-war statement by the stable outfit consisting of vocalist Bert McCracken, guitarist Quinn Allman, bassist Jepha Howard and drummer Dan Whitesides, hit the stage with a fury, inciting the crowd to circle pit, belting through one beloved tune after another, and beginning their encore with the perpetual crowd favorite, the sentimental “On My Own.” You can scream yourself hoarse at a show like this, and most of us did. After an explosive opening with the pounding “Take It Away,” grinning at the crowd as they sang every note for them during tracks like “All That I’ve Got,” and “The Taste of Ink,” and rounding out the set with the hard-hitting “Pretty Handsome Awkward,” The Used definitely owned the arena, as they usually do.
This is an extremely fun tour that you should definitely hop onto if it’s passing through the city. Check out upcoming tour dates here. And check out our photos from the show below.