Just received this bit of news and wanted to get it right out to you readers so the planning can get started. It seems as though the always throttling All That Remains will join forces with We Came As Romans and Emmure for the 2015 HardDrive Live Fallout Tour in the coming months. As usual, the press release will follow the poster and then we can discuss it a little more. Get reading.
The Press Releases:
(New York, NY) – We Came As Romans and All That Remains will co-headline the HardDrive Live Fallout Tour this Fall. The tour kicks off on October 14th in Grand Rapids, MI and will run through November 7th (Dates below with more shows to be announced soon). Emmure will be direct support for the entire tour. Red Sun Rising will open from October 14th through October 16th and October 19th through October 28th. Failure Anthem will open from November 2nd through November 7th. Tickets will be available Friday August 28th at 10:00 AM local time on the website at the close of this posting.
We Came As Romans vocalist Dave Stephens comments, “We’ve known ATR for almost as long as we’ve been a band and we’re ecstatic we’ve finally got a chance to tour together. It’s an idea we’ve always talked about so we figured why not finally make it happen. It’s a true blessing to be on tour with these bands and be a part of the HardDrive Live Fallout Tour.”
All That Remains lead vocalist Phil Labonte adds, “ATR is excited to announce we’ll hitting the road with We Came As Romans and working with HardDrive again this fall. Last time we did a “HardDrive Live” Tour was in 2008 and we had a great time! We expect the same this time! VIP packages will be available so get your tickets early!!”
Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri comments on the upcoming tour, “We are happy to hit the road again with our friends We Came As Romans and All That Remains.”
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Metal Fans are going to happily leave 2014 behind with all of the fantastic tours that are awaiting them as soon as 2015 is here and ready to say hello. We’ve already discussed that the Black and Death Metal fans are going to be over the full moon based on the visits happening by both Watain & Mayhem’s Tour along with the Cannibal Corpse & Behemoth Tour and now it’s time to get the Metalcore blood to a boil with the revelation that Suicide Silence is embarking on a headlining run. According to what I am reading this is the band’s first ever US headlining run and they will bring along Emmure, Within The Ruins and Fit For An Autopsy to make sure you are exhausted by the end of the night. I’ve snagged the tours promotional poster and pieces of the press copy that went out for you all to indulge in along with the dates. We can talk more about it after you read it so get moving
The Press Release:
Fresh off the heels of their successful European headliner,California based extreme metal titans SUICIDE SILENCE, will return to the US on a headlining run this winter dubbed the “Stronger Than Faith Tour”! The band will be continuing on their crusade in support of their juggernaut release “You Can’t Stop Me”, which came in at #16 on the U.S. Billboard Top 200 Chart upon its release this past July. “We had an amazing time this last fall on tour and now it is time to really bring the fire on our first US headlining tour of 2015,” says vocalist Eddie Hermida. “We are bringing our good friends in EMMURE, WITHIN THE RUINS and FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY out this time so be ready for an ass whoopin’ you won’t be able to cry home to your mom about! Come early and hang out with us this spring on the ‘Stronger Than Faith’ tour!”
“SUICIDE SILENCE and EMMURE have been friends for a long, long time,” adds guitarist Mark Heylmun. “It’s been over 6 years since we’ve got to do a tour like this one coming up so to say I’m excited is a massive understatement. So come out and hang out because this is gonna be one for the record books.” The tour kicks off in Santa Cruz, CA on February 17th, and concludes in Tucson, AZ on March 25th.
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Fans of the Queens based band Emmure will likely be very excited for their “Mosh Lives” headlining tour that will find bands like Volumes, Thy Art Is Murder, Gideon & Sworn In along for the ride as well. Check out the colorful poster below for this tour that was announced only a few short days ago.
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Artist: Various Artists
Title: “Trespass America Tour 2012” Sampler
Label: Prospect Park Music
Release Date: 7/17/2012
Genre: Groove Metal/Heavy Metal/Alt-Metal
Having just caught the “Trespass America Tour” for 2012 I wanted to toss a few thoughts out about this free compilation sampler that gives fans a free idea of what they were in store for had they purchased a ticket. I also love the fact that it puts more free music in people’s collection and does so legally. The “Trespass” tour featured seven bands in full and from headliner to lead off band we found Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, Trivium, Pop Evil, Emmure, God Forbid and Battlecross all on the same stage. The lengthy affair spanned some hours but was a lot of fun to be a part of. Right off the bat the two provisions from Five Finger are solid but they are the only band to get two tracks. I was surprised to find these particular two instead of a tune like “Remember Everything” but I guess that one can earn them some money by remaining a purchasable tune. The rest of the bands are only featured once but it’s a nice way to get an idea of what their sound entails if you happen to be one of those fans who doesn’t have too much background on the whole roster that was presented on the tour. My own favorites fell to the Battlecross, God Forbid and Trivium tunes more than the ones by Pop Evil and Emmure. During the concert I felt that Pop Evil was the oddly placed Hard Rock band among the super heavy and Emmure I just didn’t enjoy at all since it reminded me of a Limp Bizkit kind of act and I very simply hate that angle at this point. No more Rap Metal please, it’s a past tense format that does not need to come back. The new Trivium tune sounds good to me as the band continues to improve their sound and mature with more interesting melodies.
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