We Came As Romans and Chiodos hit the road for a short co-headlining run before the holidays. They took two new bands with highly notable frontman, Slaves and Sleepwave, along with them for tour support. Fans lined up outside The Palladium in Worcester, MA in the cold hours before doors in order to get a good place, whether it be a spot on barricade or a booth to watch from further back. All four bands put on a great set so fans were sure to have a great time and the show was certainly worth the wait.
Before the year ends there’s 15 songs you need to check out if you haven’t heard them before so you start off the new year with some great new music! Some songs are probably a bit more well known than others but give everything a chance, there’s something for everyone! Check it out below:
Fans lined up around the outside of the Toyota Oakdale Theatre last Wednesday hours before doors or the scheduled meet and greet with A Day to Remember in order to ensure a good spot to see four phenomenal bands on what was set to be one of the best shows to hit the area this year. A Day to Remember is well known for their outrageous production and antics but the production and stage presence of each band on this tour was above and beyond expectations. When doors came and fans were finally able to get onto the floor they packed into the pit tightly from the very start because it was relatively small but that would not stop them from leaving everything they had there throughout the evening. All four bands also did a fantastic job of engaging those not in the pit but in seats throughout the venue and ensuring that they too were having a great time wherever they were.
Momentum has certainly been in Chiodos’ favor since their return; they hit the ground running and have been touring virtually nonstop since Devil came out earlier this year, which has been incredibly well received by fans. Recently there has been a lot going on with the group from headlining tours, to supporting an arena tour alongside A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, and Motionless and White, changes in their lineup, and much more! Bradley Bell, keyboardist for the group, was kind enough to talk about all of this and what’s next for the group! See what he had to say! Continue reading
Coverage of the Parks and Devastation tour from tonight in CT featuring A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, Chiodos, and Motionless in White up in the next week or so!
Interview with Chiodos!
Review of The Family Ruin’s debut album, Dearly Departed!
Interview with The Family Ruin !
I had the amazing opportunity to catch the Devil’s Dance Tour on it’s final night at Irving Plaza Wednesday night headlined by Chiodos. They were supported by Emarosa, Hands Like Houses, Our Last Night, and ’68. I’d been fortunate enough to have been at the Philly date at the beginning of the tour so I knew it was going to be a fantastic show. The New York City date exceeded my expectations and blew what I remembered of the Philly date away. This was due to the addition of Hands Like Houses midway through the tour as well as the exponential growth of Bradley Walden, frontman for Emarosa. All five groups engaged the crowd and made the night one to remember.
Ever wonder what goes into the tour your favorite band just went on and the show they just played?! Check out what the tour manager for a fantastic live band had to say about her job and the day to day aspects of touring!
Chiodos Have Annouced the Devil Dance Tour with Emarosa, Hands like Houses, Our Last Night and ’68!