The post-hardcore band will embark on tours with Deafheaven and La Dispute this fall.
As scorching and emotional as anything in the hardcore outfit’s considerable oeuvre.
Those Burbank bros really nail the breakdown — it’s uncanny.
At its best, the post-hardcore band’s work is beautifully crafted and delightfully emo.
Misfits, Death Grips, The Julie Ruin, Morrissey, and Ween took over Douglas Park
LA hardcore group to release mournful fourth album, Stage Four, next month.
Drive Like Jehu, Thursday, and Dinosaur Jr. bid farewell to an iconic Atlanta venue in style.
Touché Amore rail against death in their latest track.
Chicago and Denver events boast Morrissey, Ween, Deftones, Death Grips, Sleater-Kinney, NAS, Rob Zombie, Refused, and many more.
Sometimes being reasonably satisfied is enough.
Tame Impala, Father John Misty, Panda Bear, and The War on Drugs to play shows in LA during week between Coachella weekends.