Following their final sold out show at Koko in 2016 and subsequent hiatus, Maybeshewill are now set to return with their first London headline show at Islington Assembly Hall on 15th December 2021. The band comment,“We’re excited for our first show back and first proper headline show since Koko in 2016. Having returned to the studio this year we’ll be using it as an opportunity to debut new material and revisit our back catalogue.”
Wichita’s modern metal act PARALLAX have announced a brand new live show date! They’ll be playing at The Cotillion in Wichita, KS on Thursday August 26 supporting TRIVIUM along with Revisionist. Tickets are on sale now here.
“We’re super stoked to be playing with Trivium and our friends in Revisionist on August 26th. The Cotillion aka “The Round Mound of Sound” is hands down one of the best places to play in Wichita. I’m really happy that they are back up and running. The guys In Trivium always put on a hell of a show, it’s going to be awesome sharing the stage with them,” states guitarist Jason Catlett.
SoCal icons and one of the best-selling punk rock bands of all time, THE OFFSPRING, have unveiled the accompanying music video for their recently released single “Let The Bad Times Roll,” the title track from their highly anticipated tenth studio album coming 16th April 2021 via Concord Records. The multi-format smash hit has vaulted to the top of Rock and Alternative radio charting at #11 and #25, respectively, just four short weeks after its release and continues to climb with no signs of slowing down. “Let The Bad Times Roll” was #1 most-added at Rock radio for two weeks in a row upon release and has racked up nearly 4 million global streams to date.
Metal stars ALIEN WEAPONRY are embraced by fans and critics internationally as one of the current generation’s biggest names in heavy music, especially in their home country of New Zealand, where the band has achieved nearly household name status. This May 2021, the band plans to uplift their local fans in a completely new way by performing in unity with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra at two special performances, taking place in Kirikiriroa Hamilton and Ōtautahi Christchurch.