The hiatus is officially over. London’s beloved Fightstar are, at long last, releasing their intensely anticipated fourth full length record, “Behind the Devil’s Back”, on October 16th. After the myriad of brilliant musical ideas that formed Be Human, I can’t wait to see what’s in store this time around. The band is also streaming a new song off the album titled “Animal”, which you can stream below in the replies. It seems to blend together a fine mix of all the musical territory Fightstar has covered in their lifespan; coupled with a certain newness in the sound that I can’t quite put my finger on.
Boston’s Native Construct will be heading out on a headlining tour in support of their brilliant new record “Quiet World”, with support from Wings Denied and Outrun the Sunlight. Peep the dates below!
8/9 • Clifton, NJ • Dingbatz
8/11 • Cambridge, MA • The Middle East
8/12 • Danbury, CT • Heirloom Arts Theatre
8/13 • Burlington, VT • Higher Ground
8/15 • Dayton, OH • Rockstar Pro Arena
8/17 • Westland, MI • The Token Lounge
8/18 • Chicago, IL • Subterranean
8/20 • Knoxville, TN • The Open Chord
8/21 • Columbus, OH • Double Happiness
8/23 • Greensboro, NC • Shiners*
*No Outrun the Sunlight
A free tour sampler for the Between The Buried and Me’s upcoming headlining tour in support of their new album ‘Coma Ecliptic’ is available now via soundsupply. The sampler features tracks from BTBAM and supporting artists Animals As Leaders and The Contortionist. It’s a great way to prepare yourself for the madness that is shaping up to be one of the premier tours of the summer. Dates and tickets are available here.
Back in the early days of my existence, I developed a certain love for “choose your own adventure” books. There was just something so thrilling about feeling like I had a hand in how the story played out. Oftentimes, I’d make a decision as to which scenario I wished to unfold and would be so intensely convinced it was the right one, and then turn to the designated page only to find out I had effectively ended the story/allowed the evil zombie robot mutant dinosaurs to blow up the world. So it makes sense that I’d eventually grow to be especially fond of instrumental music. Not that I think it particularly superior to its lyric-laden counterpart—I just place it in a separate league altogether because in terms of how differently the brain processes it. Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: PLINI – THE END OF EVERYTHING
After a momentary absence, Boston MA prog-metal powerhouse Native Construct’s astounding Metal Blade Records debut ‘Quiet World’ is back in stock. It is highly recommended that you snag a copy before they’re gone again so you can experience the sheer sense of accomplishment of holding in your hands one of the most interesting releases of the genre in recent years.
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