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Atreyu announce U.S. tour with Devil You Know and From Ashes to New

Starting in about two weeks, Atreyu will embark on a U.S. tour with Devil You Know and From Ashes to New, which includes mostly shows in the West Coast. The dates and locations are below.

Atreyu last released Long Live last September through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records, which was the band’s first studio album since 2009’s Congregation of the Damned.



Music Video: Atreyu – “A Bitter Broken Memory”

California metal band Atreyu have premiered a music video for their song “A Bitter Broken Memory”. You can check it out below.

“A Bitter Broken Memory” is taken from Atreyu’s latest album Long Live, which was released last September through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records, and is the band’s first studio album since 2009’s Congregation of the Damned.



Atreyu stream new song “Start to Break”

California metal band Atreyu are streaming their new song “Start to Break”. You can listen to it here.

“Start to Break” is taken from Atreyu’s upcoming album Long Live, which will be released on September 18th through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records. It’s the band’s first studio album since 2009’s Congregation of the Damned.



Atreyu to release “Long Live” in September

Atreyu have announced that they will release their long-awaited new album Long Live on September 18th through Spinefarm/Search and Destroy Records. Pre-orders of the album, which will serve as the follow-up to 2009’s Congregation of the Damned, go on sale July 17th.

About Long Live, frontman Alex Varkatzas told AltPress, “Having us come back together now—this feels like the missing link record. It feels like the record we would’ve made after A Death-Grip on Yesterday. In my mind, we’re starting there.”

A teaser trailer promoting Long Live can be viewed here.



Atreyu to release reunion album

Atreyu has just announced they will be releasing their long awaited reunion album this coming September. No other details have yet to be announced, so keep checking back for more details.

The group recently reunited and have since announced plans to release a new album in 2015. The record will be launched via Search And Destroy/Spinefarm Records and will be their first album since 2009′s “Congregation of the Damned.”



Music Video: Atreyu – “So Others May Live”

Atreyu has just released their latest music video for their track “So Others May Live” (their latest single) and you can check it out below.

The footage used in the video is taken from a performance last year when the band played at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA.

The group recently reunited and have since announced plans to release a new album in 2015. The record will be launched via Search And Destroy/Spinefarm Records and will be their first album since 2009′s Congregation of the Damned.



Music Video: The Dead Milkmen – “The Sun Turns Our Patio Into a Lifeless Hell”

Legendary punk satirists The Dead Milkmen have premiered a music video for their song “The Sun Turns Our Patio Into a Lifeless Hell”. You can check it out below.

“The Sun Turns Our Patio into a Lifeless Hell” is taken from The Dead Milkmen’s latest album Pretty Music for Pretty People, which came out a week ago (October 7th).



The Dead Milkmen streaming new song – “Make It Witchy”

Legendary punk satirists The Dead Milkmen are now streaming a new song, “Make It Witchy,” off their upcoming album. You can hear the song below.

The band’s new album, Pretty Music For Pretty People, is due out in two weeks (October 7th). You can preorder it right here, and check out a music video for the title track, here.

This will be the first full-length from The Dead Milkmen since 2011’s The King In Yellow.



The Dead Milkmen detail new album “Pretty Music For Pretty People,” post music video for title track

Legendary pop-punks The Dead Milkmen have announced that their upcoming album “Pretty Music For Pretty People” will be released on October 7, 2014. To coincide with this announcement, the band have premiered the music video for the album’s title track.

You can view the music video and track list below.

Pre-orders are available here. The Dead Milkmen’s last full-length release was 2011′s “The King In Yellow.”



Atreyu release “So Others May Live” for free download

It’s been more than three years since hardcore band Atreyu went on hiatus, but the group has recently reunited and they have released a free download of their latest track, “So Others May Live”, which you can snag here. This is the first music the band has released since they broke apart in 2011.

On the new (and highly political) track, vocalist Alex Varkatzas commented:

The people who fight and die for us often come from a certain socio-economic background – the working class. The people making these decisions to send our nation’s children to war come from positions of privilege and wealth; their kids aren’t the ones getting deployed and they aren’t risking their lives every day at work. It’s the politicians and the rich of this country waging war to keep the majority pre-occupied, so they can make money and advance their bullshit political agendas.



Atreyu announce pre-Aftershock reunion show

We already knew that Atreyu were reuniting to perform at Aftershock 2014 in September. In addition to that, the band has announced another gig at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA, on September 11th, which is a few days before the festival.

Check out the show flyer below.

Atreyu last released Congregation of the Damned in October 2009 on Hollywood Records, and went on hiatus two years later. They hinted at the possibility of a new song a year ago, but nothing came to fruition until now.



Atreyu members talk about their reunion, tease plans for new music

Atreyu members Brandon Saller (drums) and Dan Jacobs (guitar) recently spoke to Loudwire about the band’s reunion, which they describe as “a fresh start”. Asked how the reunion came together, Jacobs replied:

“Discussions probably began about eight months ago. We all had dinner one night in Huntington Beach and figured out that we had an urge to make more music. It was that simple. We talked about some options and things grew really fast.”

When asked if a 10th anniversary celebration for their second album The Curse was in the cards, Saller mentioned that Atreyu does not have a label, but teased plans for some new music, “We’re starting to think about little things we might do but those won’t be a focal point. If we do anything at all like that it’ll just be a piece of the puzzle. We’re not looking to promote anniversaries or anything just yet, this is a fresh start for us and we really just want to have fun and pick up where we left off before making any concrete plans. We don’t even have a label yet, but I’m guessing that’s going to change pretty soon. Because we do want to make new music. And so we will.”

You can read the rest of the interview here.

Atreyu last released Congregation of the Damned in October 2009 on Hollywood Records, and went on hiatus two years later. They hinted at the possibility of a new song a year ago, but nothing came to fruition.



Atreyu to play this year’s Knotfest in October

Atreyu, who announced their reunion earlier this week, are following up their upcoming performance at Sacramento’s Aftershock festival with another festival appearance. The band will be playing Slipknot’s Knotfest in October at the San Manuel Amphitheatre & Campgrounds in San Bernardino, California. The festival will also feature Danzig, Killswitch Engage, Anthrax, Of Mice & Men, Testament, Hatebreed, The Devil Wears Prada, Carcass, Suicide Silence, Miss May I and many other bands.

Atreyu last released Congregation of the Damned in October 2009 on Hollywood Records, and went on hiatus two years later. They hinted at the possibility of a new song a year ago, but nothing came to fruition.



Atreyu to return from hiatus, playing Aftershock 2014 festival

Earlier in the month, we reported that Atreyu were teasing something that could have been a possible reunion.  It looks like those rumors are true, as the band has announced they will be returning after their self-imposed hiatus in 2011.  They have already announced a main stage appearance at this years Aftershock festival in Sacramento, CA on September 14th.  Here’s what some of the band members had to say about the reunion:

“The time has come,” says drummer Brandon Saller. “We have been spending the last few months planning this moment. Writing new music and thinking about the future while also reflecting on the past. We all came to the conclusion that it was the right time. Our history is too powerful to ignore forever. Our fans have given us too much. The void of Atreyu, in the world and within ourselves, had existed for long enough. We are happy to announce that after almost 4 years, the beast has risen!”

“To say we are looking forward to Playing this years AFTERSHOCK Festival is an understatement,” adds frontman Alex Varkatzas. “It’s been 3+yrs since we have rocked the stage as brothers, and to be playing with all these high caliber bands, in the state that we call home, is truly awesome.”

No other announcements have been made as to when we can expect some new music or tour dates, but we will be sure you keep you posted.

Atreyu last released Congregation of the Damned in October 2009 on Hollywood Records, and went on hiatus two years later. They hinted at the possibility of a new song a year ago, but nothing came to fruition.



Atreyu release cryptic teaser video

Atreyu are teasing something that may involve a reunion with a 16-second video, which you can watch below. We’ll keep you posted as more details on this story come to light.

Atreyu last released Congregation of the Damned in October 2009 on Hollywood Records, and went on hiatus two years later. They hinted at the possibility of a new song a year ago, but nothing came to fruition.