Post-hardcore outfits to embark on a 20-date summer outing.
For nearly two decades, the Florida band felt suffocated and held back by the label.
Another teaser of Drift, one of the most anticipated albums of the year.
Originally released as a Record Store Day exclusive, it features three new songs.
Plus, the San Diego garage punk outfit’s mapped out tour dates for 2018.
Seventh full-length comes as the NYC rockers celebrate their 10th anniversary.
The mostly rewarding return could act as a career capper or a new beginning.
The 12-track effort marks the band’s first new release since 2011’s Coloring Book EP and is their first full-length since 2002’s Worship and Tribute.
Listen to the track “Shira” ahead of the album’s release next Friday.
The post-hardcore heroes’ long-awaited return isn’t a Quicksand record, and that’s okay.
The band maintain their ferocity while reaping the benefits of newfound self-control.
Emo’s finest rock band delivers another epic set in support of what could be their final album.