Bands That Broke Up In 2017

  1. We Are The Ocean announced their breakup as a band on Jan. 18 via. Facebook. The English rock group has been together for 10 years and released four albums.
  2. You, Me, and Everyone We Know announced they were breaking up in February. The rock group formed in 2006 in Washington D.C. and released five EPs and one full length album. The group had a variety of member departures within the 11 year timespan.
  3. Capture The Crown announced they’re breaking up by posting a photo on their social media on Mar. 14. The group has been together for 7 years and was expected to release their third album. The group released their last song “The Lake,” in July of last year.
  4. Letlive. announced their breakup via. social media. Their social media has a statement released as well as a photo that says “2002-forever.”
  5. The Dillinger Escape Plan announced a depature early in 2017. The group released six albums including their latest Disassociation. Some members are staying in the scene and performing in other projects including a project called John Frum.

The Summer Set announced a hiatus in October, With Confidence announced time off as of Dec. 15 after two members being accused of sexual misconduct, Balance & Composure is rumored to breakup but does not have a set 2018 tour plan, according to Twitter. The group has a 10 year anniversary tour scheduled for 2018.

In other news, Dallon Weekes announced his depature with Panic! At The Disco via. Instagram and The Maine is set to lauch a podcast in 2018 according to Pat Kirch’s tweet.

Thank you for reading and supporting my blog posts for 2017, reader. The future of ovictoria music blog will transformed in 2018 so stay tuned for more. Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

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In Case You Missed It…

There are a lot of new album releases and information made public this week. Here are the top things you need to know this week.

  1. Hollywood Undead released their latest album Five.
  2. The Used released the album The Canyon.
  3. Sleeping With Sirens released an acoustic EP Live & Acoustic from NYC.
  4. Weezer released Pacific Daydream.
  5. Story Of The Year debuted a new song “Bang Bang” after seven years.
  6. The Dangerous Summer announced a tour in January and February across the United States. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
  7. According to Alternative PressBrand New confirms 2018 will be their last year together as a band.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

Modern Baseball On Hiatus, Cancel Upcoming Tour

Modern Baseball is an American rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The group announced this week that they will be taking a break as a band.

Modern Baseball was supposed to headline a spring tour but cancelled their shows. A Facebook postrevealed that the group has struggled with anxiety and their main focus when forming was to enjoy themselves. The band is refunding the tickets that were purchased.

It’s so important to realize that mental health is equally as important as physical health. It’s okay to not be okay and to reach out to people if you need it. You’re not in this alone, you’re loved. Here is the suicide hotline number if anyone you know needs it:

National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Various Country Phone Numbers can be found here. Modern Baseball posted a photo with various numbers you can text if you or someone you know is concerned about their mental health. If anyone needs a person to talk to, I’m always here for anyone who needs it.

In other news, COIN released a song last week “I Don’t Wanna Dance,” The Maine released a music video for “Bad Behavior,” All Time Low announced their new album Last Young Renegade will be released on June 2. Their latest single is “Dirty Laundry.” The 1975 released a new song “By Your Side,” and Knuckle Puck has an EP releasing on March 17, Calendar Days/ Indecisive. Check out their single “Indecisive.”

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

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Depatures of Band Members in 2017

It hasn’t been a full month into 2017, and several groups have lost members. Their music won’t sound quite the same, but here are the groups who have parted ways with a memeber.

  1. Austin Carlile of Of Mice & Men has left the band one of the last few days in 2016, and Of Mice & Men will continue on without Carlile. Despite the departure, Of Mice & Men will be playing Rock On The Range festival in May of 2017.
  2. Vocalist David Escamilla, left Crown The Empire. Crown The Empire released the statement of Escamilla’s depature via. Facebook. Though the group won’t sound the same because of Escamilla’s departure, Crown The Empire will be accompanying Pierce The Veil and Falling In Reverse. The tour was announced on Jan. 10 via. social media. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
  3. Josh Balz parted ways with Motionless In White this week. The group released a statement of his departure. Balz played the keyboard and syntheizer, and was the backup vocalist. Balz has been apart of the band for a decade.
  4. Attila has parted ways with their drummer, Sean Heenan. The band released a statement via. Facebook of the depature. Heenan did not contribute towards the writing process of their music, so lyrically things should not change.

On a more positive note, Simple Plan announced a 15 year Anniversary Tour for No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls (ticket and tour information can be found here,) Green Day released that they will be touring over the summer for Revolution Radio (tour information can be found here,) Four Year Strong expanded their 10 year anniversary tour for Rise Or Die Trying (ticket information can be found here,) Bayside and Say Anything are touring together, and the xx debuted their latest album I See You.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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