While gearing up for their next album release on February 16, 2018, Sense Fail have also announced a full tour. Hitting the road with support from Have Mercy and Household, the tour will kick off March 3, 2018 and span various cities until coming to a close in Las Vegas at the end of March.
The new album, If There Is A Light, It Will Find You, is the first solo production from Beau Burchell who has worked with industry professionals such as Moose Blood, Saosin and Hands Like Houses. Taking inspiration from life changes and the ups and downs that come, If There Is A Light, It Will Find You is inpired by singer Buddy Nielsens personal life.
Preorder If There Is A Light, It Will Find You online | Here | before the release this week.
Full tour dates and available tickets for the upcoming tour are available online |Here|.
While Mariana’s Trench have been busy touring for months this spring in the U.S after the October release of Astoria, a new chapter is unfolding as the Canadian band head home to continue the tour in Canada.
One of these highlights is the first performance of ‘Wildfire’, a song that was specifically cut out of the tour lineup, at least until the March 9th show of the Never Say Die Tour in Kingston, ON.
Front-man Josh Ramsay previewed that something special was coming via Twitter for the Candian tour, that would take a lot of courage and be emotionally tolling.
Not in the encore. That's reserved for a song that's gonna take a lot of courage. But maybe mid-show. Don't know yet https://t.co/eqOvOoiR6n
On Saturday February 6th, 2016 the guys from Mariana’s Trench came to the city with a crazy surprise. Not only were they playing in a reconverted church venue called Mr. Smalls, but the show actually SOLD OUT the evening prior.
For the first time coming to Pittsburgh, PA, Mariana’s Trench was definitely given a warm welcome.
And it didn’t stop there.
Fans flooded in early to VIP passes, to meet the band have a photo session. Then the real fun began when the General Admission was admitted, as the crowd grew to emass the venue.
Mainland, a band hailing from Queens, New York opened up the show at 8:00pm sharp to a sea of people in the sold out crowd. With an old school classic punk vibe, dancing and frontman Jordan Topf‘s unique vocals they pleased the crowd and gained some fans throughout their set. Songs such as “Outcast” showcase the band’s unique California punk sounds as well as their alternative roots, while “Not
As Cool As Me” has more of the New York grit and punk sound one would expect from the band. The combination of both unique sounds makes the band definitely one to watch in the future, and I was fortunate enough to see them live and have a great time.
The one downside of Mainland’s set was the set time… as the band only got to play for 30 minutes before packing up the stage to set up for Mariana’s Trench to come on at 9:00pm.
Mariana’s Trench opened up their set with the title track to their 2015 album, “Astoria”, getting the crowd involved the moment they walked on stage. With funny banter between songs, Josh Ramsay definitely made an impression on the crowd in Pittsburgh (there was a long conversation about the frontman’s infamously tight and low pants which was hilarious) and the crowd embraced these Vancouver natives with open arms. With much of the set being off the the newest album Astoria, some older favorites like “Fallout”, “Celebrity Status”, “Desperate Measures” and “Haven’t Had Enough” all made an appearance into the set, as well as many more.
Closing out the set with the phenomenal “End of an Era” was something dreams are made of, and the brillance of Mariana’s Trench harmonies. It was something I know I will never forget and the rest of the crowd that day in Pittsburgh would cherish forever.
After the show, the band even met fans outside, and defintely made their first time to Pittsburgh a memorable event for everyone involved, and Ramsay even said it himself, “We hope to be back very soon. This was incredible.”
It was something memorable to help close out the USA part of the tour before the band headed home to continue the HEY YOU GUYS TOUR in the home country of Canada.
Ex- My Chemical Romance guitarist, Frank Iero has announced a fall headlining tour kicking off with a few shows in late September and tours in November with his band FrnkIero and the Cellabration.
Most recently, the band teamed up with Lonely The Brave for a split seven-inch. The effort, which was released in August, features two tracks from each artist—including a previously unreleased Cellabration song.
The tour will span throughout November to early December, with various dates spanning over the U.S.
Check out dates below ~
9/18 -Baltimore, MD @ Power Plant Live
9/19- Philidelphia, PA @ Xfinity Live
11/1- Boston, MA @ Cuisine En Locale.
11/2 Hamden, CT @ The Space.
11/4- Greensboro, NC @ The Blind Tiger.
11/5- Atlanta, GA @ The Loft,
11/6- Jacksonville, FL @ Jackrabbits.
11/7- Gainesville, FL @ High Dive.
11/8- Orlando, FL @ The Social.
11/11- New Orleans, LA @ The Parish at HOB.
11/12- Houston, TX @ Walter’s Downtown.
11/13- Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey.
11/14- Austin, TX @ Stubbs Jr.
11/16- Phoenix, AZ @ Joe’s Grotto.
11/17- San Diego, CA @ Voodoo Room at HOB.
11/18- Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom.
11/19- Pomona, CA @ The Glass House.
11/20- Fresno, CA @ Strummer’s.
11/21- San Luis Obispo, CA @ SLO Brewing Company.
11/22- San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s.
11/25 Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall.
11/27- Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theatre.
11/28- Columbia, MO @ Rose Music Hall.
11/29- Chicago, IL @ The Metro.
11/30- Pontiac, MI @ Crowfoot.
12/1- Cleveland, OH @ The Grog Shop.
Pop punkers rejoice, as Mayday Parade headline the AP Tour in the Fall of 2015 with some very special guests.
Dates for the AP tour were announced shortly after the bands were chosen for the tour hosted by Hot Topic. VIP tickets officially went on sale on July 24th, at midnight…while tickets to the public were available a few days later on July 31st.
31 dates span across North America in various cities throughout the months of October and November of 2015. Real Friends unfortunately will not be performing at all shows throughout the tour (dates marked with an asterisk (*) RF not performing), but otherwise, the lineup looks incredible. Mayday Parade are also planning a new album release, entitled Black Lines, on October 9th, 2015…so this tour is in perfect timing for some new songs to be played to the masses.
Check out the tour dates here ~
10/14 House of Blues – Boston, MA 10/15 Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA* 10/16 Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ* 10/18 The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD 10/20 Best Buy Theater – New York, NY 10/21 Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY 10/22 Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON 10/23 House of Blues – Cleveland, OH 10/24 Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA 10/25 The Crofoot – Pontiac, MI* 10/29 Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN 10/30 Wooly’s – Des Moines, IA 10/31 Granada Theater – Lawrence, KS 11/1 Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK 11/3 Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO 11/4 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT 11/5 Knitting Factory – Boise, ID 11/7 Showbox at the Market – Seattle, WA 11/8 Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR 11/10 Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA 11/12 House of Blues – Anaheim, CA 11/13 SOMA – San Diego, CA 11/14 Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ 11/15 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, NV 11/17 The Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX 11/18 House of Blues – Houston, TX* 11/20 House of Blues – Dallas, TX 11/21 Emo’s – Austin, TX 11/22 House of Blues – New Orleans, LA 11/24 The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA* 11/25 House of Blues – Orlando, FL*