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Rosegarden Funeral Party announce fall tour

Dallas neo-goth, post-punk band who recently played a small TX tour with The Dead Milkmen has announced they are hitting the road with pop-act Lorelei K. Dates as posted. Stream Rosegarden Funeral Party‘s previously released debut single, “Blitzkrieg in Holland” below.



Hans Gruber and the Die Hards announce fall tour

Hot off the release of Hans Gruber and the Die Hards 2, which was released through Paper + Plastick. Hans Gruber and the Die Hards have announced they are heading out on tour. Beginning later on this month in Austin, the tour winds its way across the good old U.S.A. and finishes up November 23rd in Denton.

Check out the latest video for “The Ballad of Burro the Man” as well as a full list of tour dates below.

As mentioned above Hans Gruber and the Die Hards 2 came out earlier this year. 



Refused announce North American tour release new video

Swedish hardcore legends Refused have announced they are heading across North America later on this winter. Featuring fourteen stops, the band will play shows on both sides of the border, with a handful of Canadian dates. Joining Refused on tour will be Metz and Youth Code.

Check out a full list of dates below as well as the latest offering  “Economy of Death” from Refused.

The tour comes hot off the release of Refused latest album War Music, which came out earlier this week. Be sure to check out the new album and grab your tickets for the upcoming tour as shows will likely sell out quickly.



Future Teens on tour with The Wonder Years, Homesafe, and Trash Boat for The 3rd Annual Halloween Extravaganza

The self-described “bummer pop” band from Boston, MA is currently on tour with The Wonder Years, Homesafe, and Trash Boat for the 3rd (Occasionally) Annual Halloween Extravaganza, where all of the bands play a costumed cover set as another band in addition to their own. Future Teens most recently released Breakup Season on Take This To Heart Records in late August and will be complimenting those originals on this tour with samplings from the beloved Carly Rae Jepsen catalog. Homesafe will be playing as Weezer (playing as Toto?), Trash Boat will be taking the stage as Oasis, and The Wonder Years will be breaking stuff as the equally maligned-and-praised nu metal OGs Limp Bizkit.

Check out the tour below to see if you can still catch the extravaganza!



Dave Hause announces 2020 US tour dates, unveils Martin Museum video for “Paradise”

Kinda combining a couple of stories into one here, but I don’t think you’ll mind once you see what they are. First up, the great Dave Hause has outlined the first of his touring plans for next year! The three-week jaunt kicks off February 21st in Seattle and runs through March 14th in — you guessed it — Philadelphia. Tickets are on sale now; check out the full rundown here.

Last but certainly not least, Hause had the opportunity to record a few stripped down tracks at the Martin Guitar Museum as part of their Museum Series. Check out the video for “Paradise” as played on a 1941 000-28M below!

“Paradise” appears in its original form on Hause’s last album, Kick, which was released earlier this year on Rise Records.



Psychotic Reaction (ffo: MC5, The Sword) announce October tour

An acid-laced blues punk quartet out of Norman, OK, Psychotic Reaction has just announced the final leg of their stacked three month tour. Check out those dates below.

 



Tour: Get Dead are headed back to Australia

Head’s up, Aussies…Get Dead are coming your way!

The Bay Area homies kick things off THIS FRIDAY – OCTOBER 4th – in Brisbane and will head across the country for eight shows, wrapping things up on October 9th in Bendigo. Check out the full itinerary below!

Get Dead have also been hard at work on new material of late. Here’s an update: After a killer recording experience with Fatty and engineer Chris Dugan at NuTone studios, we are finally done tracking our new album – 12 dance-heavy heaters you can cut a rug to! We’re in the mixing process so stay tuned for a release date. This week we head down to give the fine folks of Australia the business! See you in the bush, mate!”

Get Dead’s last album, Honesty Lives Elsewhere, was released on Fat Wreck Chords back in 2016, and is still a personal favorite of yours truly.



The Mighty Mighty BossToneS annouce dates, theme for 2019 HomeTown ThrowDown

I’m not sure how Christmas is right around the proverbial corner all of a sudden. Doesn’t seem right. BUT to help make that a little more palatable, the legendary Mighty Mighty BossToneS have announced preliminary info surrounding this year’s HomeTown ThrowDown!

This year’s festivities are taking place the weekend after Christmas – December 27-29, to be precise – at their longtime home, Boston’s House Of Blues. The theme of this year’s ThrowDown is “It’s A Plaid Plaid Plaid Plaid World,” though we’re still curious as to what that might mean. Here’s what iconic frontman Dicky Barrett had to say: “This year, on the 30th anniversary of our very first album, myself and the other Plaid Boys of Boston are returning to our tartan root. Expect all the warmth and wonder this holiday tradition has always delivered. Please join us we will not disappoint!” Any thoughts on what tricks the fellas might have up their collective sleeves?

Stay tuned for ticket info, opening acts, and more ThrowDown coverage as it becomes available!

The Mighty Mighty BossToneS’ latest release, While We’re At It, came out last year on the band’s own Big Rig Records, which also just released the new album from BossTones bassist Joe Gittleman’s “side project” Avoid One Thing earlier this month!



Bowling For Soup and Simple Plan detail UK tour

Pop punk veterans Bowling for Soup and Simple Plan have announced they’re getting together for a joint-headline UK tour. The six date tour will take in England and Scotland next February. Tickets for the “Together Again, You’re Welcome” tour go on sale this Friday (September 27th).

Details of dates below.



Sniper 66 announce Deutschland “Annihilate Tour”

Austin, TX street punks Sniper 66 have announced a 15 day European tour through Germany. Check those dates below.



Chris Farren streaming new track “Surrender” off upcoming album

Chris Farren is streaming the track “Surrender” off of his upcoming album Born Hot. Due out October 11th on Polyvinyl Records, the new track is a great taste how great a songwriter Chris truly is.

You can check out the new track below as well as the remaining stops on Chris’ latest tour.

Chris Farren last released Can’t Die back in 2016.  Chris is just finishing up the tail end of a lengthy tour.



Free Sergio (Skate Punk, Israel) Stream Debut Album “Arrows”

Israeli melodic punks Free Sergio are allowing fans to stream their entire debut album. The effort is titled Arrows and you can check it out below.

You’ll also find some autumn European tour dates for the band below too.



Wolfrik (Melodic Thrash, Canada) Stream New Single “Rick Hooks”

Canadian shred machine Wolfrik have just put out a new single called “Rick Hooks”. If you’re already fond of the Edmonton five-piece’s riff-weaving wizardry, we’re sure this latest effort will please equally.

You can check it out “Rick Hooks” below and probably see the band blast it at one of the short run of shows they’re embarking on with No Fun At All.

The previous release from Wolfrik was 2017’s Skeleton City. 



Forsaken Profits (Trash Punk, GA) Stream New Album “Destroy The Evidence”

Atlanta-based thrash punks Forsaken Profits are allowing fans to stream their entire new album, “Destroy The Evidence”. The effort features 16 raging tracks and you can check it out in full below. You’ll also find a few tour dates listed too. The band are heading out on their fifth road trip of 2019 next month.

The previous release from Forsaken Profits was the 2018 EP, Forsaken Pleasures.



“Clash of the Titans” tour reboot rumored to be in the works

Clash of the Titans. Do you remember that tour from the early 90’s? Were you even alive back then? Did you miss it when it happened? Well, now rumors have been floating around that a reboot of this legendary tour will happen next year or so in honor of its 30th anniversary.

However, as indicated by the Facebook page Thrash Metal Family, the rebooted “Clash of the Titans” tour may not include Slayer (who are in the middle of their final world tour) but likely Megadeth and Testament. Other thrash veteran acts, including Kreator, Exodus, Death Angel, Overkill and Anthrax, have been suggested a fill-in for Slayer, while “new school” bands such as Suicidal Angels, Havok and Warbringer have been suggested to open the tour.

There were two lineups of the “Clash of the Titans” tour. The first one took place in Europe in September and October 1990 and it was co-headlined Megadeth and Slayer, and supported by Testament and Suicidal Tendencies. A U.S. leg from 1991 was triple-headlined by Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax and the opening act was none other than Alice in Chains. Megadeth and Slayer actually toured together again back in 2010, co-headlining the “American Carnage” tour, with the first leg supported by Testament and the second by Anthrax.

We’ll keep you updated when details on the rebooted “Clash of the Titans” tour surface!