Essentially Chester Bennington’s first band, Grey Daze, the ‘90s era band helmed by Chester Bennington and featuring drummer Sean Dowdell, bass player Mace Beyers and guitarist Cristin Davis, have given fans an early listen to their as-of-yet untitled Loma Vista Recordings’ debut album with the release of the single, “What’s In the Eye”.
Over the next several weeks, we’re going to be discussing a handful of bands across our home state of Florida that we think you should know about. They will be across the spectrum in terms of style and genre. First we’ll be talking to vocalist Elliot from the heavy noise-rock trio Vacancy from St Pete.
After releasing last year’s Coming Clean EP to solid success, the relative lack of activity from Volumes unnerved fans of the band. Not many tours, not many updates, etc. With Gus Farias leaving the band last year with only Myke Terry at the vocal helm, Volumes have always been a band predicated on two vocalists. Now, the band appears to have solved this issue in a huge way.
Grammy Award-nominated progressive metal band Between The Buried And Me have announced a spring 2020 North American tour that will feature a very special two-set performance celebrating 20 years since the band’s inception. The first set will feature a career-spanning setlist, while the second set will see the band play its highly acclaimed 2009 opus “The Great Misdirect” in its entirety. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, January 17.
The tour will kick off in Richmond, Virginia on May 9 and will make its way through another 30 cities across North America before ending in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 19.