Rise Against will hit the road this fall on a North American headlining tour in support of their new album Wolves, and they'll be bringing Pierce the Veil along for the ride.
The outing will begin in Canada on September 14 in Abbotsford, British Columbia, and will conclude October 6 in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Visit RiseAgainst.com for ticket info.
This summer, Rise Against will be traveling North America on a co-headlining tour with Deftones. That outing starts with a hometown show in Chicago on June 9, the same day Wolves is released.
In other Rise Against news, the band…
Motionless in White take the phrase "Eternally Yours" very seriously in the new video for the track. The neon-colored visual finds frontman Chris Motionless getting hot and heavy with a woman inside a coffin, and at the end of the clip, he closes the coffin lid. You can watch the "Eternally Yours" video now on YouTube.
"Eternally Yours" is a track from the new Motionless in White record Graveyard Shift, which also includes the single "LOUD (F*** It) and the track "Necessary Evil," which features Korn's Jonathan Davis.
Motionless in White is currently touring the U.S. in support of Graveyard…
Just like a Pikachu with a Thunder Stone, Imagine Dragons is ready to evolve. The Las Vegas rockers have announced that their third studio album will be called Evolve, and you'll be able to pre-order it tonight at midnight ET.
If you pre-order Evolve, you'll received an instant download of a new track called "Whatever It Takes." It will be the third new song from Imagine Dragons so far this year, following the previously released "Believer" and "Thunder."
Evolve is the follow-up to Imagine Dragons' 2015 sophomore effort, Smoke + Mirrors.
Imagine Dragons will be performing on this year's Billboard…
Deftones frontman Chino Moreno has clarified the remarks he made regarding turning down touring with Korn. Speaking to BBC Radio 1 over the weekend, Moreno says he'd "definitely do shows with [Korn]."
Moreno originally made the comments to Metal Hammer. Talking about the era of Deftones' 1997 album Around the Fur, Moreno said he "can't remember how many times I turned down Korn," adding that he didn't "want to be on the Family Values [tour] with [Korn] and Limp Bizkit."
"[We] sort of made a conscious decision to, I guess, try to break away from what we were trying to…
Linkin Park is headed to ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! in support of their forthcoming album, One More Light. The band will perform on the show's outdoor stage on May 18.
One More Light, which features the lead single "Heavy," will be released May 19. Linkin Park will be touring North America behind the album this summer starting July 27 in Boston.
The tour will include two stadium stops with Blink-182, taking place July 28 at Citi Field in Flushing, New York and July 30 at Hershey Park in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs at 11:35 p.m. ET on ABC.…
Nothing But Thieves opened for their fellow countrymen Muse last year, and frontman Conor Mason was able to learn a lot from Matt Bellamy and company. One surprising piece of advice from Bellamy, Mason says, was this: "You need to be boring."
"[Bellamy] said that as a singer...you need to be boring and look after yourself," Mason tells NME. "Eat well, drink well and exercise."
"That was kind of what I thought anyway," Mason adds. "It gave me encouragement for what I was already doing, because I do look after myself pretty well. I am the boring one on tour,…
Slipknot's YouTube channel has passed a total of one billion views, and to celebrate, the band has shared an interactive, 360-degree video of the band performing the Iowa track "The Shape" during last year's Knotfest.
"From the beginning, Slipknot's goal has always been world domination," percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan writes in the video's description. "That goal is still the same today. The video for 'The Shape,' filmed at our festival Knotfest with our 'maggots,' and over 1 billion views on our YouTube channel, proves it's happening. Like it or not."
The video also documents the first time Slipknot has ever played…
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