Beartooth announces spring headlining tour, Of Mice & Men + more to support

Beartooth, who are continuing to tour in support of 2018’s record Disease, are embarking on a part II of their headlining tour. Joining them this spring is Of Mice & Men, Hands Like Houses, and former Saosin vocalist Cove Reber’s new band, Dead American. The tour routing includes festival stops at Welcome To Rockville, Epicenter, and many more of the spring’s hottest festivals. Check out all dates below.

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Photo Gallery: Hands Like Houses, Emarosa, + more

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Hands Like Houses stormed the Emerson Theater in Indianapolis, IN on one of their stops on their tour supporting their newest album, -Anon. The band’s 4th full-length album sees the Aussie rock band stretching the limits of their songwriting and musical … Continue reading

Emarosa embrace stylistic change with new single, “Givin’ Up”

Emarosa have released a new single “Givin’ Up”, via Hopeless Records. The new song and music video signal a huge change for the previously labeled post-hardcore band. Over time, the band has been moving further and further from their original sound, and the new song signifies that sound is gone, but that doesn’t mean the band is. Vocally the song is just what you expect from Bradley Walden, but instrumentally it’s a whole new sound. With the introduction of killer sax solos and an overall 80’s music video vibe the band is pop bound, which isn’t a shock as some of Walden’s main influences include Michael Jackson and Prince. The band have posted on media platforms that their new album will blow their previous release, 131, into the water. With the release of Givin’ Up fans are at the edge of their seats waiting for what’s to come. This is a song with huge crossover potential.

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Hands Like Houses release 4th album -Anon + kick off upcoming fall tour

Hands Like Houses have released their fourth full studio album -Anon via Hopeless Records. Containing some of the band’s biggest singles to date, it’s their first new record since 2016’s coming out party, Dissonants. The new album is being supported by a two month US tour with support from Emarosa, Devour The Day, and The Faim.

The album is currently available on all platforms for purchase and streaming.

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