Albums To Release: September Edition

There are album releases this month from a variety of bands. Here’s a list of albums you need to keep an eye out for.

September 7, 2018

Welcome To The Neighbourhood by Boston Manor via. Pure Noise Records.

The singles released prior to the album are “Halo,” “England’s Dreaming,” and “Bad Machine.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Welcome To The Neighbourhood
  2. Flowers In Your Dustbin
  3. Halo
  4. England’s Dreaming
  5. Funeral Party
  6. Digital Ghost
  7. Tunnel Vision
  8. Bad Machine
  9. If I Can’t Have It No One Can
  10. Hate You
  11. FY1
  12. Stick Up
  13. The Day That I Ruined Your Life

Catch Boston Manor on tour with Real Friends this autumn. Tickets and tour information can be found here.

September 14, 2018

Generation Rx by Good Charolette. The 9 song album features singles “Shadowboxer,” “Actual Pain,” and “Prayers.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Generation Rx
  2. Self Help
  3. Shadowboxer
  4. Actual Pain
  5. Prayers
  6. Cold Song
  7. Leech (feat. Sam Carter)
  8. Better Demons
  9. California (The Way I Say I Love You)

Good Charolette will be headlining the “Generation Rx Tour.” Tickets and tour information can be found on www.goodcharlotte.com.

Palms by Thrice via. Epitaph Records. The album has a 10 song track list including singles “Only Us” and “The Grey.” Here is the track list:

  1. Only Us
  2. The Grey
  3. The Dark
  4. Just Breathe
  5. Everything Belongs
  6. My Soul
  7. A Branch In The River
  8. Hold Up A Light
  9. Blood On Blood
  10. Beyond The Pines

September 21, 2018

Proper Dose by The Story So Far via. Pure Noise Records. The album has 11 songs including “Let It Go,” “Take Me As You Please,” and “Upside Down.” Here is the track list:

  1. Proper Dose
  2. Keep This Up
  3. Out Of It
  4. Take Me as You Please
  5. Let It Go
  6. Upside Down
  7. If I Fall
  8. Need To Know
  9. Line
  10. Growing On You
  11. Light Year

Million Dollars To Kill Me by Joyce Manor via. Epitaph Records. The album features singles “Think I’m Still In Love With You” and “Million Dollars To Kill Me.” Here is the track list.

  1. Fighting Kangaroo
  2. Think I’m Still In Love With You
  3. Big Lie
  4. I’m Not The One
  5. Million Dollars To Kill Me
  6. Silly Games
  7. Friends We Met Online
  8. Up The Punx
  9. Gone Tomorrow
  10. Wildflowers

September 28, 2018

Reduxer by Alt-J via. Altantic Records. The album features songs “3WW (Feat. Little Simz,)” “Deadcrush (Feat. Danny Brown,)” and “In Cold Blood (Feat. Pusha T.)”

In other news, Fil Thorpe-Evans, bassist from Neck Deep, has left Neck Deep prior to “The Peace And The Panic Tour 2” (a statement about Thorpe-Evans’ decision to depart is on Neck Deep’s Facebook page and can be read here.) Stand Atlantic announced its signed to Hopeless Records and released “Lavender Bones,” Grayscale announced the group will be opening for The Maine on the last show for Lovely, Little, Lonely.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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New Music And Tours Announced!

There are a lot of music and tour announcements. Here’s what’s going on.

The track will be on the upcoming album Proper Dose set to release Sept. 21, 2018.

  • Hail The Sun released “The Stranger In Our Picture.” The single will be on the upcoming album Mental Knife set to release Sept. 29, 2018.
  • Andy Black covered “My Way” famously sang by Frank Sinatra. Hear the cover here.
  • Columbus released the music video for “Cut It Out.”
  • Fit For A King released new song “Oblivion.”
  • Waterparks released the music video for “Peach (Lobotomy.)
  • Bring Me The Horizon released the music video for “MANTRA.” The group also announced new tour dates. For tickets, tour information, and insight to new music visit www.bmthofficial.com.
  • The Hunna cancelled its tour across the US. The group posted on Instagram giving explanation to the cancellation.
  • Blessthefall is parting ways with Matt Traynor. A statement has been released on Facebook going through the reason behind Traynor’s departure (Read it here.)
  • Ex-bassist of Panic! At The Disco Dallon Weekes project I Don’t Know How But They Found Me just got signed to Fearless Records. In addition to the announcement a new single has been released! Listen to “Do It All The Time” now!

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

 

Upcoming Tours You NEED To Go To This Autumn

There are a lot of tours that are kicking off in Autumn. Here’s a list of some of the most talked about tours.

The Early November, The Dangerous Summer, Jetty Bones, and Save Face will be touring across the United States through the months of September and October.

For tickets and tour information click here.


Milky Chance will be touring across North America on the “The Blossom Tour 2018 USA & Canada.”

For tickets and more information visit www.milkychance.net.


The Hunna will be touring across the United States on the “USA Tour 2018.” The tour begins September 24 in San Francisco, CA and continues until October 13 in Denver, CO.

Tickets and tour information for the show can be found on thehunna.com.


Neck Deep will be embarking on “The Peace And The Panic Tour 2” across the United States. Accompanying Neck Deep will be Trophy Eyes, WSTR, Stand Atlantic, and Gardenside.

For tickets and tour information visit www.neckdeepuk.com/#tour.


Counterparts announced a tour in the coming months across the United States. Accompanying Counterparts on tour will be Being As An Ocean, Have Mercy and Viarials.

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Private Room EP is now available for preorder, along with tickets to the Private Room Tour w/ @beingasanocean @havemercymd & @varialspa www.notyou.ca/ 09/20 – New York, NY at Gramercy Theatre 09/21 – Baltimore, MD at Baltimore Sound Stage 09/22 – Worcester, MA at The Palladium 09/25 – Pittsburgh, PA at Rex Theater 09/26 – Detroit, MY at The Shelter 09/27 – Cleveland, OH at Grog Shop 09/28 – Chicago, IL at Bottom Lounge 09/29 – St Louis, MO at Fubar 09/30 – Lawrence, KS at Granada Theater 10/02 – Denver, CO at Marquis Theater 10/03 – Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex 10/05 – San Diego, CA at SOMA 10/06 – Pomona, CA at Glasshouse 10/07 – Berkeley, CA at Cornerstone 10/09 – Tempe, AZ at Club Red 10/12 – Dallas, TX at RBC 10/13 – San Antonio, TX at Alamo City Music Hall 10/14 – Houston, TX at Houston Underground 10/15 – New Orleans, LA at Gasa Gasa 10/17 – Orlando, FL at Sound Bar 10/18 – Atlanta, GA at Masquerade 10/19 – Greensboro, NC at Blind Tiger 10/20 – Richmond, VA at Canal Club 10/21 – Philadelphia, PA at Foundry

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For tickets and tour information visit www.notyou.ca.


Moose Blood is going on “September 2018 Tour” in certain parts in the United States in September. Accompanying Moose Blood on the small tour is William Ryan Key and Mammoth Indigo.

For tickets and more information visit www.mooseblooduk.com.


The Wonder Years announced four shows along with the group performing at this year’s Riot Fest.

For tickets and more information visit thewonderyearsband.com.


5 Seconds Of Summer announced the “Meet You There Tour” beginning in late August and wrapping up in October. Accompanying 5 Seconds Of Summer is The Aces. For tickets and tour information check out www.5sos.com/live/.

Twenty One Pilots is back and has announced the “Bandito” Tour. Before the tour begins, TØP is releasing Trench on October 5, 2018. The tour kicks off on October 16 in Nashville, TN and continues until March 17, 2019 in Portugal. For tickets and tour information visit www.twentyonepilots.com.

Additional tours include a co-headline tour with Sir Sly and Joywave (more information here,) “The Disease Tour” hosted by Bear Tooth featuring Knocked Loose and Sylar, Good Charolette announced the “Generation Rx Tour,” and “Erase Me Tour” with Dance Gavin Dance and The Plot In You.

In other news, Oh, Weatherly released its latest album Lips Like Oxygen, Like Pacific released a new song “Self Defeated,” Set It Off  released a new song “Killer In The Mirror” and has  signed to Fearless Records, Hands Like Houses released the music video for “Overthinking,” and according to Bradley Walden, vocalist of Emarosa, the band finished recording a new album.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

*Need new music? Check out my list of 18 Bands To Check Out In 2018.

ICYMI: July Edition

This week has been packed with new music and updates in the music scene. Here are some things you may have missed this week:

  • The Story So Far released its first single “Let It Go” set to release on the group’s album Proper Dose on September 21.
  • Victory Kid premiered a new song “Adrenaline.”
  • With Confidence released a new single “Jaded.” This is the second single the group has released. The single will be on the group’s latest album Love And Loathing set to release August 10.
  • Death Cab For Cutie released a new single “I Dreamt We Spoke Again.” The single will be on the group’s upcoming album Thank You For Today out on August 17.
  • The Early November announced a tour with The Dangerous Summer, Jetty Bones, and Save Face. The is a month long going across the United States. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
  • nothing, nowhere released the music video for “rejecter.”
  • Lydia released Liquor via. Weekday Records/Sony Music Entertainment.
  • Trash Boat rekeased Crown Shyness featuring the songs “Inside Out,” and “Shade.”
  • Lotus Eater signed to Hopeless Records.
  • The MTV Video Music Awards nomination have been released. Bands nominated include Panic! At The Disco, Fall Out Boy, and more. See the full list here.
  • Counterparts released a new single “Monument” set to release on the upcoming EP Private Room.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

Festival Review: Vans Warped Tour 2018

I attended the Vans Warped Tour in Holmdel, New Jersey on July 14, 2018. The date was sold out and 18,000 people were attending.

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Before heading out to Warped Tour, it was important I packed accordingly. I packed a fan, portable phone chargers, a hat, sunscreen, a sweater, sharpie, and water in my back pack. Check out my What To Pack For Warped Tour to see what you can/ can’t bring.

For me, early entry is a MUST. A lot of tents have free giveaways when you get to the tents early. When I was at Warped Tour, I got in the venue early, ran over to Grayscale’s merch tent and picked up the limited Grayscale draw string bag that is limited to 30 each day.

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I got the chance to meet Dan Lambton of Real Friends before Real Friends’ set at the Real Friends merch tent.

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I waited on line to meet John O’ Callaghan, vocalist of The Maine. We talked about Lovely, Little, Lonely, his side work as John The Ghost, and the future of The Maine. Also, he signed my ticket for Warped Tour.

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I met Kevin Jordan and Anthony DelGrosso, members of This Wild Life, after the duo’s set. The duo released Petaluma on June 22, 2018 (for more information on the album click here.)

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After Grayscale’s set, I met Collin Walsh, vocalist of Grayscale. He went directly off the stage and straight towards the merch tent to sign CDs and take photos with fans.

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Throughout the day, I got the chance to see a variety of bands. The great thing about the schedule I went to is that I had about 2 conflicts but was able to split my time and see both group’s set. The bands I saw were: Story Untold, Real Friends, Senses Fail, As It Is, Grayscale, Broadside, Mayday Parade, State Champs, Knuckle Puck, This Wild Life, The Maine, and Movements. I heard band’s sets like Tonight Alive, Reel Big Fish, Makeout, and Simple Plan during my day.

During The Maine and State Champs’ set, there were instances that the group’s stopped the set and medics/ security stepped in. Unfortunately, I was unable to see what the reason was but it was in the 80s and sunny. It’s important to stay hydrated and be safe at Warped Tour. In addition, security had to break up two people during Grayscale’s set.

Vans Warped Tour is unlike any day concert experience. It’s both exhausting and exhilarating. If you like the lineup for this years Vans Warped Tour, I highly recommend you go. As a fan, it’s wonderful you’re in one area getting to see bands you may not always get to see. In addition to seeing bands, you get the chance to meet those artists after the sets or before the sets. Each band has specific locations for meet and greets and signings, so visit the group’s merch tent to see when the group or artist has those times.

I will be going to the Vans Warped Tour in Wantagh, NY and will blog my experience in two weeks. I hope you found this blog to be helpful.

Are you heading to Warped Tour? Make sure to Prepare Yourself For Vans Warped Tour!

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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