The Glamour Kills Spring Break 2015 tour hit Game Changer World in Howell, NJ on April 3. Fans lined up outside waiting to see some great local bands and of course tour headliners Set it Off with support from Against the Current, As it Is, and Roam. The night was set to be a great night based off of the bill but the performances given by each band certainly exceeded expectations and gave fans a great show and a night they will not soon forget.
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.
I had the chance to chat with Dave Stephens, unclean vocalist for We Came as Romans, before their show at the Palladium in Worcester, MA on their holiday co-headlining run with Chiodos about the tour and what’s in the works for the band next. Check out what he had to say about their next record and more below!
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:
Any time Black Veil Brides announces a tour, you know that they are going to bring all they’ve got. The energy and hype for a Black Veil Brides show is outrageous, with fans waiting outside for three or four hours before doors open in freezing cold temperatures just to get a good view of their favorite band. With opening bands Drama Club, Set It Off and direct support Falling In Reverse added to the tour, the energy and activity inside Upstate NY’s Upstate Concert Hall this Friday was just where it needed to be.
Writer Jenny Caulfield had the chance recently to catch up with Travis Stever, guitarist of Coheed and Cambria, about his side project Davenport Cabinet, their new record Damned Renegades and what’s going on with the group now! Check out what he had to say!
Davenport Cabinet released their third full-length album, Damned Renegades, with Equal Vision Records on September 30th of this year. Based in Warwick New York, Davenport Cabinet originally started as a solo project by Coheed and Cambria’s Travis Stever. With the addition of Tyler Klose (vocals and guitar), Tom Farkas (bass), and Michael Hickey (drums, percussion, and vocals) it evolved into a full band in 2007. The album shows off the band’s signature alternative folk, indie rock, and classic rock sounding style. To fans of Coheed with high expectations from Stever, this record does not disappoint.
With a successful premier full length record that peaked as high as #3 on the iTunes singer-songwriter charts under his belt, talented musician Nick Santino decided that embarking on a headlining tour that featured striped down acoustic sets and an intimate environment for fans was next on his list. The laid back approach was not only focused on the environment Santino hoped to provide for fans, but also extended to the artists Santino asked to join him on the road. The Technicolors, Austin Gibbs, Brian Marquis and This Century opened for Santino, and the easygoing friendship throughout the group of performers helped continue the informal and relaxed, style that Santino was aiming for. This tour, aptly named The Long and Winding Roadshow, touched down in New York City on November 7th, where the intimate approach to touring and Santino’s goal to connect with fans on a personal level absolutely hit the mark.
I recently had the chance to catch up with Dan Clermont of Set it Off and chat about their up coming record, Duality that will be released October 14 on Equal Vision Records, their upcoming tour the Black Mass Tour with Black Veil Brides, Falling in Reverse, and Drama Club, and what to expect from Set it Off next! The group has been extremely busy lately and have a lot happening for them in the next few months. Check out what Dan had to say about it all!