It doesn’t feel like a Monday to me if there aren’t a couple of tours to call your attention to and that makes sharing this update from the band Sleeping With Sirens pretty cool. They’re calling this run “The Medicine” Tour and while it will not be heading our way there are a lot of readers of this site across the country at this point. Check it out.
The Press Release:
Gold certified band, Sleeping With Sirens have announced The Medicine Tour 2020, a 21-date headline headline run across North America starting in Lincoln, NE on January 8th 2020 and culminating in Grand Rapids, MI on February 8th 2020. Tickets for The Medicine Tour go on sale on Friday November 8th from SirensMusic.co – Joining Sleeping With Sirens on The Medicine Tour will be Set It Off, Belmont and Point North. Continue reading Sleeping With Sirens Announce “The Medicine” Tour For 2020→
The Alternative Press Music Awards were given out the other night and while we weren’t in attendance, I wanted to be sure to line out just who won over the other nominees for your edification. There are a lot of bands on the nominees and of course winners that we’ve covered here on PiercingMetal so let’s take a look shall we?
Best Vocalist presented by SharpTone Records:
Alex Gaskarth – All Time Low
Caleb Shomo – Beartooth
Lzzy Hale – Halestorm
Kellin Quinn – Sleeping With Sirens
Corey Taylor – Slipknot
WINNER: Patrick Stump – Fall Out Boy
Best Guitarist presented by Paul Reed Smith Guitars:
Kevin Skaff – A Day To Remember
JB Brubaker – August Burns Red
Kellen McGregor – Memphis May Fire
Chad Gilbert – New Found Glory
Misha Mansoor – Periphery
WINNER: Jack Fowler – Sleeping With Sirens
The winners of the 2015 Alternative Press Music Awards were announced the other day and since we cited all of the year’s nominees (seen HERE in case you missed it); the time is now to share with you the artists that went home with a trophy. Let’s take a look and please pardon my listing only the winners in this post. I have a busy workload ahead so couldn’t spend any more time editing.
BEST VOCALIST presented by AXS TV:
Hayley Williams, Paramore
BEST INTERNATIONAL BAND presented by AP Japan: