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I See Stars premiere music video for song “Running with Scissors”

Michigan electro-core band I See Stars have premiered a brand new music video for their song “Running with Scissors.” This track is one off of their most recent LP, Treehouse. The video was shot over the course of their recent U.S Warped Tour run, which comes to an end this weekend in Portland, OR. You can check the clip out below.

I See Stars’ last release, New Demons , was released in 2013 on Sumerian RecordsTreehouse is their first album as a 4-piece following the departure of rhythm guitarist Jimmy Gregerson.

I See Stars and Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! announce U.S. tour

Michigan post-hardcore group I See Stars and Parisian pop-punks Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! have just announced a U.S. tour that will start in February. Support bands include Get Scared, Paylaye Royale, and White Noise. A full list of the dates can be found below.

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! released “Get Lost, Find Yourself” earlier this year on Fearless Records, and I See Stars’ last release was “New Demons” in 2013 through Sumerian Records.

Music Video: I See Stars – “Ten Thousand Feet”

Michigan post-hardcore group I See Stars has just released a live music video for their song “Ten Thousand Feet”, which comes from their most recent album “New Demons” which was released in October 2013 via Sumerian Records.

You can check out the video below.

The group is set to launch their Red, White & Black tour this month. You can check out the dates and locations of their upcoming tour below.

Music Video: I See Stars – “New Demons”

Michigan post-hardcore group I See Stars has just released a live music video for their song “New Demons” off their most recent album by the same name, which was released in October 2013 via Sumerian Records. You can check out the video below.

The footage for the music video was filmed on March 14, 2014 in Dallas, TX at the South By So What?! Music Festival.

The group is set to launch their Red, White & Black tour this month. You can check out the dates and locations of their upcoming tour below.

Six more bands added to Skate and Surf 2014 (Front Porch Step, I See Stars, My Ticket Home and more)

The folks at Skate and Surf just added six more bands to their lineup today. The lists of new groups to play the festival are: Aer, Front Porch Step, I See Stars, I, the Breather, Lorna Shore, and My Ticket Home.

The New Jersey festival is set to run May 17th-18th and will include previously announced bands like Midtown, Saosin, Emmure, The Early November, and more. You can check out the full lineup here.

I See Stars announces U.S. tour dates

I See Stars has announced a headlining tour, and you can check out the dates below.  They will be supported by Like Moths to Flames, Ghost Town, Razihel, and Miss Fortune.

The band’s most recent release was 2013’s New Demons.

I See Stars stream “Murder Mitten”

Post- Hardcore band, I See Stars, have posted a lyric video for “Murder Mitten” a song form their upcoming album, New Demons. The album will be released on October 22nd, on Sumerian Records.

You can see the video here.

I See Stars push back release date of “New Demons”

I See Stars have pushed back the release of their upcoming album “New Demons” until September 17.

The band released Digital Renegade last March via Sumerian Records.

Lyric Video: I See Stars – “Violent Bounce (People Like ¥øµ)”

I See Stars have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Violent Bounce (People Like ¥øµ)”, taken from their upcoming album New Demons, which arrives on August 12th. Go here to check it out.

I See Stars released Digital Renegade last March via Sumerian Records.

I See Stars in studio recording new album

Michigan-based post-hardcore outfit I See Stars have posted a video announcement via Tweet that they are in the studio recording a new album.

I See Stars released “Digital Renegade” last March via Sumerian Records.

New Video: I See Stars – “NZT48”

Michigan-based post-hardcore outfit I See Stars have released a live video for the new track “NZT48.” If you’re so inclined, check it out here.

I See Stars released “Digital Renegade” last March via Sumerian Records.

First bands announced for next year’s Warped Tour

Woe Is Me, I See Stars, Go Radio, The Story So Far, Like Moths to Flames and Big Chocolate have all been added to the lineup of next year’s Warped Tour. Here’s a statement from Warped Tour’s official website:

“We’re excited to bring you the first of sixteen band announcement for the 2013 Vans Warped Tour. This week we are announcing Woe Is Me, I See Stars, Go Radio, The Story So Far, Like Moths To Flames and Big Chocolate. Make sure to check out all of these bands out on the all bands page and tickets are now on sale with complete info on the dates page. Make sure to take advantage of our “Buy Early Pay Less” incentives while supplies lasts and look for a new group of band announcements each week on the Warped site.”

Warped Tour begins in Seattle, Washington on June 15th and ends on August 4th in Houston, Texas. All the dates can be here.

More statements issued around I See Stars getting boot from Falling In Reverse tour (Dama Alert)

I lough of any actual news going on this Sunday, here’s some band drama to keep you mildly entertained.  To quickly catch you up; Michigan-based post-hardcore outfit I See Stars were recently kicked off tour by Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke for something drug related according to Radke.  Statements were issued on both sides and now another round of statements from Falling In Reverse, I See Stars and I See Stars’ label Sumerian Records have hit the web.  Scandal and shit talking ensues.

Statement from I See Stars:

Here is the truth:

Months ago before “The Thug In Me Is You” tour started, a cop found marijuana in our van. We were arrested. As a result, Ronnie said we were kicked off the upcoming tour.

All the shows on the tour were already on sale with our name being advertised, so we didn’t think it was fair to the fans or to ourselves to not be able to go play where people were expecting us. We offered Ronnie to play the shows for free so he could keep our pay every night of the entire tour as long as we could still keep our commitment to the fans, i.e. the people who are the reason any of this is even possible. Ronnie said OK and allowed us back on the tour but said that we would have to sign paperwork saying we would not tell anyone that we weren’t getting paid to be on the tour. The venues and the fans were both not allowed to know the truth, because Ronnie knew it would make him look really bad to the world. The fact that money changed Ronnie’s mind about kicking us off the tour just goes to show his lack of integrity. If he was really that concerned or fundamentally against that we got caught with a little weed, then the extra cash in his pocket wouldn’t have changed his decision.

Because Sumerian Records was willing to give us a serious amount of financial tour support, we were still able to hit the road without getting paid. However we would quickly find out that us agreeing to Ronnie’s ridiculous terms of silence and playing for free were simply not good enough for him. He resulted to threatening violence against Zach in Grand Rapids because “he didn’t like his stupid f’n face” and then the next night in our hometown of Detroit kicked us off the tour. His 47-year old tour manager then physically assaulted our tour manager and the FIR camp once again resorted to violent behavior. Ronnie would later that night throw fans out who paid to get in to the show because they are chanting another band’s name and make fun of their physical attributes in front of everyone. That is the act of a true coward.

We have been lucky enough to to tour with a lot of great bands like Parkway Drive, Suicide Silence, Asking Alexandria, Trivium, Motionless In White, A Day To Remember, Stick To Your Guns, Memphis May Fire, The Word Alive and others.. and never had a problem. We want to thank Enter Shikari, LetLive, Matt Toka and all the other members of Falling In Reverse besides Ronnie for being great people and a true pleasure to tour with. We are sorry to all the fans out there who were expecting to see us. We’ll be back as soon as we can.

-I See Stars

Statement from Sumerian Records:

There is nothing cool, rock & roll, punk rock, or admirable about treating your peers or fans like they are pieces of garbage. Ronnie Radke is not a good human being. It’s one thing to love someone’s music, but do not love someone as an individual for who they are not. We do not think it is a coincidence this is the same guy who was arrested for the horrible, violent things you can read about in the links below. He cares about no one but himself and he has reminded us all of this. His latest tweet “people at our shows come to see us everything else is irrelevant. Nuff said.” is his way of telling all the other bands he tours with that they don’t matter. Why any artist would throw that type of negativity and disrespect out is something we will never understand. This scene is supposed to be about compassion and understanding. Ronnie is rotten.

Out of respect for the industry professionals involved in this debacle, we will not be publicly disclosing any legal documents on the internet. We can confirm that Ronnie kicked the band off the tour but allowed them back on after they forfeited their pay. We can confirm that they were being forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement regarding this in order to stay on the tour. We can confirm that I See Stars were not kicked off yesterday in Detroit because of anything to do with drugs. It was because a grown man was throwing a temper tantrum who claims to be “rock & roll” but is actually worse than a neurotic pop-star diva with a God complex. Just because you no longer do drugs doesn’t mean you are no longer a horrible human being. Ronnie now abuses people instead of substances.”

Ronnie Radke Starring in..


-Sumerian Records”

Statement from Radke:

Ladies and gentlemen, lend me your ears, why do we immediately assume that what we read on the Internet Is the whole truth? does it not make us guilty in ourselves to assume and accuse another for what you read? did it ever occur to anyone that maybe some people make things up to get attention drawn to them for a moment of spotlight or fame? maybe the person you are accusing and bashing hateful things towards and putting so much time and effort into something that you have no idea about much less should even care about is false? would it be wrong of you to tell that person how terrible they are? For what? A moment of recognition by the one you “hate” so much? before I ever assume something about someone I make sure I meet that person before I hate them. we all should be ashamed of ourselves. we are filthy creatures.


I See Stars booted from Falling In Reverse tour; drugs are to blame?

As you may recall, Michigan-based post-hardcore outfit I See Stars were arrested for drug possession a couple of months ago. They recently embarked on a lengthy US tour as a support act for Las Vegas screamo act Falling In Reverse.

It seems that run has ended prematurely, however, as I See Stars ongoing drug use and unreliability has resulted in them getting kicked off tour by Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke. Here’s Radke’s announcement, straight from the band’s facebook page:

I wanted to let everyone know I See Stars is no longer on the tour. We had offered them the tour several months back and then not long after we sent the offer, the entire band was arrested for drug possession. If you have been following my story, you know I am very serious about my sobriety and have been sober for 4+ years now. I decided to remove them from the tour at that time as I did not want drug users in my environment. After we informed them they would no longer be on the tour for that reason, their label approached us and asked us to give them a 2nd chance, they assured us the band would not use drugs and they would be professional on my tour. We came to an agreement and I gave them their 2nd chance. Throughout this entire tour, they have been unprofessional. They have rarely showed up on time and have caused undue difficulty on my crew plus employees of the various venues. It’s been next to impossible to keep the show running on time. I feel at this point we have no choice but to continue on without them. We’re simply trying to deliver the best possible show to all you guys and we don’t feel like we can do that with I See Stars. We’re stoked to continue on with Enter Shikari, Letlive and Matt Toka (on select dates). I’ll see you at the shows. Love and respect, Ronnie.

UPDATE: As of this afternoon, I See Stars have responded with a facebook post of their own:

We have been kicked off the Falling In Reverse Tour by Ronnie Radke. It has nothing to do with “drugs” or “being late” His statement is entirely false. An official statement from Sumerian Recordsshowing the truth of why we were removed is coming. All emails and contracts have been documented and will be shown publicly in the response to Ronnie’s post. You will find out exactly what happened and you will be disgusted to say the least. We promise you us getting ejected today has absolutely nothing to do with his lies about drug use on the tour or being late. It has everything to do with Ronnie’s antagonistic violent behavior towards us, his ego, his malicious intent, his financial greed and his demands of no one being allowed to know the truth behind the scenes of this tour.

We’ll keep you posted as this story continues to evolve.



I See Stars comment on recent drug related arrest

Following the recent arrest for possession of hallucinogenic drugs, members of post-hardcore act I See Stars issued the following statement:

“Yes we did spend a night in jail… No it’s not a hoax. No we didn’t get shanked or drop the soap. We are home now and looking forward to the Thug In Me Is You Tour w/ Falling in Reverse, Enter Shikari, Let Live. Get your tickets now, these tickets are going faster than any tour we’ve ever done. If you thought All-Stars was crazy, get ready ♥”

The band last released “Digital Renegade” in March through Sumerian Records.