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Bring Me The Horizon Announce Tour With Underøath, Beartooth

Well, that was a quick turnaround. A number of days after teasing a North American tour, the Bring Me The Horizon lads have delivered. North American fans should get stoked for a great lineup! The newly announced tour is named the American Nightmare Tour, and will feature Underøath and Beartooth as support. Next March marks the start of the dates. Check out all of the important information in a tweet from BMTH after the jump! For more Bring Me The Horizon, you can purchase a concert ticket here or buy…

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Underoath Hint At 2017 Plans

Given the massive success of their reunion tour, it comes as no surprise that Underoath are wanting to keep the momentum going. While no recording plans have been set in stone, the group are ready to hit the road again. Underoath dropped a video teaser with some intense live shots and some new live dates for fans. According to that same video, the group will be hitting the road next year for more extensive touring. Get stoked! For more Underoath, you can buy a concert ticket here or buy a…

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Alternative Press Reveal More APMAs Performers

While award season for film and television is ending, award season for music is just beginning. One of the biggest events, The APMAs hosted by Alternative Press, already announced several performers for the evening. AP unveiled a second round of performers joining the stage, confirming it will be a night to remember. Among the acts confirmed with the second announcement are Issues, The Maine, and Of Mice & Men. Check out a tweet from Alternative Press after the jump for the entire latest announcement! For more APMAs, you can purchase a concert ticket here! Please follow…

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Spencer Chamberlain Hints At Future Underoath Touring

Until recently, the future of metalcore giants Underoath was unclear. The guys were on good terms and had a reunion tour, but what would come after? For now, it seems that the reunion is going to be more permanent than expected. Vocalist Spencer Chamberlain celebrated the end of their enormous reunion tour and stated he “can’t wait for the next UO tour.” More Underoath shows would certainly be welcome, and you can check out Chamberlain on tour with his group Sleepwave in the meantime. Check out Spencer’s tweet after the…

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Photos: Underoath, Boston, MA

Coming off a three year hiatus, Underoath is back. Following a few festival appearances and the first half of the Rebirth Tour completed, the band took to a sold out crowd in Boston next to the historic Fenway Park. From the moment I walked in the door, the energy was nothing short of palpable. While the band had not been gone for that long, this reunion was about far more than just the name Underoath. After a record and two singles without him, former drummer Aaron Gillespie rejoined the unit…

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Underoath Add Date To Reunion Tour

Underoath are currently celebrating their records They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define The Great Line on a reunion tour. While most of the U.S. has been covered, the group have added an additional date to their busy schedule. The additional concert will take place in Los Angeles at the Fonda Theatre, on March 27. Check out a tweet with a link to the event and further details after the jump! You can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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And The Nominees For The 2016 APMAs Are…

Every 30 minutes for the past six hours today, Alternative Press has gradually revealed, via Instagram video, this year’s nominees for the Journeys Alternative Press Music Awards fueled by Monster Energy. Set It Off‘s Cody Carson and Jenna McDougall from Tonight Alive were the magazine’s emcees. Leading the charge with nominations are All Time Low, August Burns Red and Sleeping with Sirens, all of whom are in the running for Album of the Year. Want to vote? Click here. Find out who wins on July 18. You can see the full list…

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WATCH: Underoath ‘Tired Violence’ Extended Trailer

Underoath fans, brace yourself for the chilling new extended trailer for Tired Violence, the band’s upcoming DVD from the group’s farewell tour back in 2013. The three and a half minute clip features an in-depth interview with the members as well as exclusive footage from their final shows. Check out the video and a message from the band below because this is definitely something you’re going to want to get your hands on! After fifteen years and six full-length releases, the metalcore act surprised fans with news of their disbandment…

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WATCH: Sleepwave’s Track Commentary For “Replace Me” and “Repeat Routine”

Sleepwave, Spencer Chamberlain of Underoath’s new project, released their debut album, Broken Compass, earlier this year via Epitaph Records. this week they posted track commentaries of  “Replace Me,” and “Repeat Routine.” Watch the videos below. You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Sun Never Set ‘Self-Titled’

Post-hardcore has always had the tendency to deliver unparalleled beauty in some of the most emotionally devastating ways possible. Taking Back Sunday’s debut album rips your heart out. Brand New plays with your emotions, and do not even get me started on the feelings that Thrice invokes. Bands have an added strength when they are of the heavier persuasion yet also manage to pull off the emotionally devastating songs. The Amity Affliction and Underoath both deliver some devastatingly beautiful yet also senselessly brutal songs – for post-hardcore bands at least. British…

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