Sum 41 brings their “Does This Look Infected To You” tour to NYC. Don’t miss out on the chaotic fun.
Hey there my friends, I am here once again to share some music awards winners rundown from the recently held Alternative Press Music Awards. I shared this information last year as longer tenured readers might recall and it doesn’t hurt for more to learn who is getting awards for the work that they do in music. Truth be told this kind of music awards show is more in tune with what we cover here on PiercingMetal than the Grammy Awards are so let’s get down to business. I’ve left the nominees in the list as well so you can see who the winners beat out.
Winner: Lynn Gunn (PVRIS)
Ben Barlow (Neck Deep)
Cody Carson (Set It Off)
Derek DiScanio (State Champs)
John O’Callaghan (The Maine)
Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die)
Best Guitarist Presented By PRS:
Winner: Jordan Buckley (Every Time I Die)
Ben Weinman (The Dillinger Escape Plan)
Claudio Sanchez (Coheed And Cambria)
Reba Meyers (Code Orange)
Steve Menoian (I Prevail)
Teppei Teranishi (Thrice)
Best Hard Rock Artist:
Winner: The Pretty Reckless
Bullet For My Valentine
In This Moment
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Fans of Pierce The Veil and Sum 41 will definitely be stoked for the “Loudwire Live” event out in Sayreville, NJ. Also appearing are Emarosa and Chapel.
You know that we love bringing you the tour stuff so without any further adieu check this one out.
The Press Release:
PIERCE THE VEIL has partnered with Loudwire for their upcoming Loudwire Presents We Will Detonate! Tour, kicking off Friday, April 21 2017. During the tour, they will be stopping by festivals like Rock On The Range, Carolina Rebellion, Northern Invasion, and many more (Full dates below). Coming along for the tour will be Sum 41, Emarosa and Chapel. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 3 at 10am local time and VIP tickets go on sale today (Wednesday, March 1) at 10am EST, available here: http://piercetheveiltix.com
“The fuse is burning and we’re counting down the days till the ‘We Will Detonate! Tour’ this Spring,” Exlciams lead singer-songwriter Vic Fuentes, “We are honored to be hitting the stage every night with legends Sum 41, old friends Emarosa and new friends Chapel. This will be a show unlike any we’ve ever attempted to dream up for our fans. Clock is ticking, we’ll see you all soon!”
Townsquare Media, Inc.’s Senior Vice President, Jared Willig shares his excitement for the partnership with Pierce The Veil: “We are thrilled to partner with two of our favorite bands Pierce The Veil and Sum 41 to be able to include the millions of rock fans on Loudwire in what will be an awesome tour.”
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Huzzah!!! The nominees for the 2011 Grammy Awards are in and I can hardly say that I even care about it. I guess I take this position because the realm of “Popular Music” seems to escape me, and yet that is alright since it’s not what I dedicate the site or writing adventures to in the first place over here on PiercingMetal. Despite this being the case, I find many of the media resources who walk along the same road as I do often take the time to speak to their readers about their views on situations like this situation. With this in mind I would never neglect the Metal Republic that chooses to listen to my thoughts on something so “important” and how it applies to our genre and its demographic of fans. Here we go….
Oh wait, I want to make mention of this before I continue on. With the 2012 Awards ceremony there will no longer be a category for “Best Hard Rock Performance” and “Best Heavy Metal Performance” as the two have been combined into the single listing of “Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Performance”. I am sure that you agree that this is okay because the two genre distinctions are exactly the same. Right?
The nominees for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards in the category of “Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance” are as follows: “On The Backs Of Angels” by Dream Theater [Roadrunner Records], “White Limo” by Foo Fighters [RCA Records/ Roswell Records], “Curl Of The Burl” by Mastodon [Reprise Records], “Public Enemy No. 1” by Megadeth [Roadrunner Records] and “Blood In My Eyes” by Sum 41 [Island]. You might view this as a very odd mixture of bands but let’s face it, the Grammy nomination committee has not struck me as all that sharp since the whole Metallica vs. Jethro Tull incident from many years ago. I listened to each tune and offer up my insight for what it is worth at the end of the day. Read on.
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