Albums To Release in 2018

2018 is rapidly approaching, and with the new year comes new music. Here is a list of some bands that are releasing new albums in 2018.

  • Mania by Fall Out Boy is set to release Jan. 19 via. Uprising Records. Fall Out Boy originally had their album set to release Sept. 15, 2017 but cancelled their album release. Vocalist Patrick Stump wanted the album pushed back to perfect the album quality.
  • The Dangerous Summer by The Dangerous Summer is set to release Jan. 26 via. Hopeless Records. The single released off of The Dangerous Summer is “Fire.” The band is touring across the United States in January-February 2018, and the lineup has yet to be announced. Tickets and tour information can be found on their website.
  • Here Come The Runts by AWOLNATION is set to release Feb. 2 via. Red Bull Records. AWOLNATION released two singles “Passion” and “Seven Sticks of Dynamite.”
  • Crooked Shadows by Dashboard Confessional is set to release Feb. 9 via. Fueled By Ramen. The group released their single “We Fight” near the end of 2017 stating that a new album is releasing in 2018 under Fueled By Ramen.
  • Senses Fail is back with an upcoming album If There Is Light, It Will Find You which will release on Feb. 16 via. Pure Noise Record. Senses Fail released the news with the single “Double Cross.”
  • Moose Blood is teasing their third full length album that is set to release March 9, according to their website. The release date is not 100% confirmed with Hopeless Records, but the album can be pre-ordered on their website when purchasing tickets to their tour across the UK with The Dangerous Summer. Tickets and tour information can be found on Moose Blood’s website.
  • Music For Cars by The 1975 is set to release April 27 via. Dirty Hit Records. There has been no singles released for this album.
  • This Wild Life is teasing their upcoming record on social media. The third full length album does not have a released date and no singles have been released by the band.
  • Real Friends released their latest single “Get By” stating new music will be coming in 2018. There is no word yet when the album will be released or what the album will be titled.

Other bands that will release new music in 2018 are: Owl City, Breaking Benjamin, Black Veil Brides, The Wonder Years, Mayday Parade, Rarity, possibly Too Close To Touch, and more.

What albums are you waiting to hear? Let me know by tweeting me @ovictoriamedia.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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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!

-ovictoria

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2017 Tours To Get Excited About

Have an urge to go to a concert? Want to know what bands are touring? Here’s a list of some tours that I’m excited about.

  1. Real Friends is touring with Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside, and Nothing Nowhere. The “Spring Tour” begins April 27 in Grand Rapids, MI and ends in Chicago, IL on June 9. Tickets and tour information can be found on http://realfriendsband.com/.
  2. The 10 Year Anniversary Tour of A Lesson In Romantics starring Mayday Parade will be accompanied by Knuckle Puck and Milestones. The tour kicks off in March and ends in May. New dates have been added. The whole tour information can be found on Mayday Parade’s website.
  3. The Maine announced a World Tour for their upcoming album Lovely, Little, Lonely. The tour features Beach Weather and The Mowgli’s. The tour across the United States begins March 30 and commences May 8. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
  4. I See Stars announced “Treehouse Tour” this week via. social media. The band released an album last year, Treehouse. The tour begins in March and finishes in April. The month long tour will be by special guest DJs each date. The tour is across the United States, tickets can be purchased here..
  5. We The Kings is going on a 10 Year Anniversary Tour for their album We The Kings. The tour, WTK 10, is from February to April. Special guests include Plaid Brixx and Astro Lasso. Ticket information can be found on their website.
  6. Pure Noise Records presented a tour with State Champs along side them will be Against The Current, With Confidence, and Don Broco. The begins in Ohio in April and ends in Massachusetts in May. Prior to the tour across the United States, State Champs will be in Europe in the months of February thru March. Ticket and tour information can be found on Bandsintown’s website.
  7. Senses Fail has been a group for 15 years and will be touring this year. Opening for Senses Fail will be Counterparts, Movements, and Like Pacific. The band will be playing Still Searching in its entirety. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
  8. The 1975 announced a huge “North American Tour 2017” that will begin in April and end in June. The show at Madison Square Garden is officially sold out. Ticket and tour information will be found on Ticket Master.
  9. Panic! At The Disco is going to be headlining a tour in the United States starting in February and ending in April. Saint Motel and Misterwives will be opening for the group. Tickets and tour dates are on Panic! At The Disco’s website.
  10. Waterparks and Too Close To Touch will be headlining shows across the United States in February and March. The tour will also feature Creeper and Chapel. I’ve seen Too Close To Touch live before, and they were great. Too Close To Touch released an album last year, Haven’t Been Myself, and I wrote a post about the album. If you’re interested in this tour, click here for more info.
  11. New Found Glory released that they will be touring on March 22 until May 12 across the United States. It will be a 20 year anniversary as a group, and you can expect NFG to sing songs off their latest album Makes Me Sick that is set to release on April 28. The group announced a new single will be released on Feb. 16 titled “Happy Being Miserable.” Tickets and tour information will be found on New Found Glory’s website.
  12. All Time Low announced this week that they will be headlining a few shows in Australia with Neck Deep and The Maine opening for them. Talk about an awesome lineup! There are only six dates announced, and pre-sale will be on Feb. 2. Tour and ticket information can be found here.
  13. Bastille is touring this year. Bastille is going around Europe within the next few months then traveling to the United States. Bastille is going on their “Wild, Wild World Tour 2017.” Tickets and general information can be found here.

I’m sure I’ve missed a few tours. Which tour are you most excited to go to ? Let me know at @ovictoriamedia on Twitter.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria