Hard rockers Alter Bridge have announced that they will be releasing their new studio album Fortress on October 8th via EMI. The album is the follow up to 2010′s ABIII and was produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Falling In Reverse, Story Of The Year). There are going to be 13 tracks on the album with confirmed titles being “Cry Of Achilles”, “Bleed It Dry”, “Farther Than The Sun”, “All Ends Well”, and the titled track “Fortress”.
Guitarist Mark Tremonti (ex-Creed) states, “When we started pre-production on this album, we pushed ourselves harder and further than we ever have previously in order to make the most out of every individual arrangement. We wanted this album to be our most unpredictable and exciting one yet. From the early feedback we have received, it looks like we have achieved what we set out to do.”
Below are several European tour dates and the only US show for 2013. READ MORE
Rap-rock band Hollywood Undead has announced a US tour with support coming from Falling In Reverse. The Spring tour stretches over a month from mid-April to nearly the end of May. All tour dates can be seen below.
Hollywood Undead will be touring in support of their latest album Notes From The Underground (review). Make sure to check out our interview with Charlie Scene here. READ MORE
Ex-Sworn Enemy guitarist Lorenzo Antonucci has put together a video (that was shot at the Sumerian Records offices) calling out Falling In Reverse vocalist Ronnie Radke (who used to be the singer of Escape The Fate) for his incredibly egomaniacal attitude that includes kicking support act I See Stars off of the “The Thug In Me Is You Tour”, throwing fans out of venues for simply wearing t-shirts or chanting “I See Stars!”, and, perhaps the most idiotic, throwing microphone stands into the audience at Six Flags in Jackson, NJ, causing physical harm to several fans AND banning all future metal shows from ever playing that venue again. Below is the video that includes fan interviews, news coverage, and footage of Radke being an egotistical prick. Also below are statements from I See Stars and Ronnie Radke. READ MORE