In celebration of their newest album being released, Nothing More set out for their The Stories We Tell Ourselves tour with the direct support from Hell or Highwater, Palisades, and My Ticket Home. Check out the gallery below as our photographer Luis Rosales set out to Baltimore for one of the most insane shows to be put on from any band. […]
There’s something special about fall. Whether it be the reminiscent memories of Vans Warped Tour, the dreadful return of going back to school, or the cool weather. But don’t worry, you have a lot to look forward to this fall. Through the changes of the seasons, come new tours. Whenever the summer festivals commence, the […]
Captivating the music scene by a new found sound thoroughly blended with the early 2000’s post hardcore feel, Picturesque is a band to pay attention to. Signed to Equal Vision Records in 2015, the band released their EP “Monstrous Things” shortly after. Supporting their EP with tour support alongside the likes of bands such as […]
Palisades have released a video for their new single “Fall”. The band has recently announced that bassist/vocalist Brandon Reese and guitarist Earl Halasan have left the band and have been replaced with producer/DJ “graves” and bassist/vocalist Brandon Elgar. Stream the video for “Fall” below.
Secrets have announced a new tour in which they will be joined by Palisades, Too Close To Touch, and Picturesque. VIP tickets are on sale now. Presales will be available January 7th, while general sale will be available the next day. Check out the official dates below. Dates: 2/24 – Sacramento, CA @ Boardwalk […]
A little while back we teamed up with our friend who runs BVTV to put together a video of Palisades performing “Player Haters’ Ball.” Make sure to check out our collaboration video below! What band would you like to see us collaborate on in the future? Leave a comment below!
New Jersey sextet Palisades want to make it known that their live shows can be just as fun on the dance floor as they are in the pit. The ambitious group began to show this quite obviously on their previous full-length ‘Outcasts’ but on the highly-anticipated follow-up ‘Mindgames’ it’s blatant that the musicians that make […]