New Music From Hit the Lights

Listen to 'Anthem' below:


I've made mistakes
I know you're mad, so please let me explain
I won't pretend it's fine but now I'm thinking more clearly
since I've been back on my feet
life just got the best of me
I lost myself, and couldn't find the key

So I tried to break free

Now I believe
that life is short and death is bittersweet
I needed a reminder that not everything's easy
and I'm still understanding
what my place in all this means
but I'll do my best with what the future brings

I've gotta learn to love me

All I need
is anthem I can sing out every day
A battlecry to take my pain away
I'll try harder just the same
but I need an anthem
an anthem can save me

I'm sorry now for what I did
I only wanted peace
I know you may not understand
but I was down and looking for release
release, yeah

So I tried to break free


Paradise, New Album Coming June 16
On Tour Now

“Hidden Colors,” the track that kicks off BROADSIDE’s highly anticipated album is here today. The bands second studio album, Paradise, is set for worldwide release on June 16. BROADSIDE continues their North American tour tonight in Sacramento with Real Friends, Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts and Nothing, Nowhere, with more summer dates to be announced soon.

On the clip, vocalist Ollie Baxxter explains, “We wanted to represent the women in our life with the utmost respect and how grateful we are for them. We live in a very romantic time, but not enough people are focusing on where the romance actually comes from, the pure undying desire for love. ‘Hidden Colors’ is about young lovers in the night. It’s about telling that person just what you appreciate about them. You can NEVER tell someone enough how much they actually mean to you.”

Cast your vote now for BROADSIDE as ‘Best Underground Band’ at Alternative Press and watch the awards on July 17, 2017. And stay tuned as more summer and fall tour dates will be announced soon.

BROADSIDE with Real Friends, Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts, Nothing, Nowhere
5/11 - Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
5/12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent Theater
5/13 - San Diego, CA @ SOMA
5/14 - Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
5/15 - Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theater
5/17 - Dallas, TX @ The Door
5/18 - Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
5/19 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
5/20 - Lafayette, LA @ Warehouse 535 (Broadside only)
5/21 - Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
5/22 - Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
5/23 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
5/24 - Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theater
5/25 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
5/26 - Lake Park, FL @ Kelsey Theater
5/27 - Charlotte, NC @ The Undergrown
5/28 - Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
5/30 - Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
5/31 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
6/01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
6/02 - New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
6/03 - Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
6/04 - Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
6/06 - Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre
6/07 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
6/08 - Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe at Old National Centre
6/09 - Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall

Wore - Different Houses


Different Houses

Out May 12

Despite the backlash our last article on Wore received, we carry on. Bands break up, feelings get hurt, rumors get started. We understand that, but for fuck's sake, don't attack us because we're supporting a band.

Anyway, Wore, formerly Novelty, have completely rebranded, changing the new and sonic direction of their music. Not too long ago they released their first single "Bleached."

Now, with a second track finished, the band is ready to release them together on their debut EP Different Houses. The full EP will be officially released via Darth Fader Records on May 12, 2017. Both songs were mixed and mastered by Mat Kerekes of Citizen. The cassette is limited to 100 copies and has been available for preorder along with a T-shirt since the single was released.

As you hear in 'Bleached,' Wore's sound is much different than their previous project. Influenced by bands like Title Fight and Basement, Wore's sound is almost... gritty, instead of punk. In my opinion, though, Wore most cloesly resemble Can't Swim, a New Jersey band that has quickly found success over the last year.

Make sure you pick up a copy, as they are limited to 100 and pre-orders have already decimated the supply. 

Conveyer Release Single Off New Album

“Whetstone” Single Released
Tour Kicks Off May 20
Album Available June 23

CONVEYER has announced details behind their new album, No Future, set for release on Victory Records on June 23, 2017. “Our goal with No Future was to capture the energy and passion of a CONVEYER live show on record,” reveals guitarist Ty Brooks. Today, the band unleashes a new video for the track “Whetstone,” a furious, staunch anthem towards the brokenness of the current world.

“Whetstone, This song was inspired by experiencing the hurt and stress that I'm sure a lot of Christians my age have gone through. We have all seen how taxing and frustrating dating and serious relationships can be between the religious beliefs of two people, whether too similar or too divided. After many years that I've identified as a Christian, allowing my beliefs and biases to be redefined, I've realized how unhealthy and toxic relationships can be when people over-spiritualize their lack of certainty in life. “Whetstone” is my take on digesting this experience and re-evaluating what I believe on these relationships.” Vocalist Danny Adams

Putting their DIY ethos to the side, CONVEYER entered Silver Bullet Studio in Connecticut with producer Greg Thomas (Shai Hulud, Misery Signals, With Honor) in January 2017. “This was the first record that we have ever worked on with a producer and we couldn’t be happier with how it came out. A lot of work went into shaping and re-arranging each song to make them the best that they could be. We are so grateful to him, Chris Teti and everyone else at the studio. We are very proud of No Future and we are looking forward to working on the next record with our family at Silver Bullet.”

CONVEYER wrapped up 2016 with a final run behind their Victory Records debut, 2015’s When Given Time To Grow, touring with label mates High Hopes, as well as Prophets, Ghost Key, For The Win and others. The band is ready to return to Canada and circle North America performing cuts from No Future live for the very first time. “We can't wait for No Future to be released and to play these songs in as many rooms as we can. This is the biggest and heaviest record that we have written to date,” promises Brooks. CONVEYER’s first shows of 2017 begin May 20 in Franklin, IN, with support from Church Tongue, and on select dates, Kennedy and Colour In The Clouds.

5/20 - Franklin, IN - The Gear
5/22 - Columbus, OH - Double Happiness
5/23 - Warren, MI - The Ritz
5/25 - Toronto, ON - Smiling Buddha
5/26 - Hamilton, ON - Club Absinthe
5/27 - Montreal, QC - Turbo Haus
5/28 - Ottawa, ON - Ask A Punk
5/29 - North Bay, ON - White Water Gallery
5/30 - Thunder Bay, ON - Black Pirates Pub
6/01 - Winnipeg, MB - The Windsor Hotel
6/02 - Moose Jaw, MB - Park Hotel
6/03 - Saskatoon, SK - Tree House (O’Brian’s)
6/04 - Calgary, AB - Broken City
6/05 - Edmonton, AB - Needle Vinyl Tavern
6/07 - Kelowna, BC - Venue TBA
6/09 - Vancouver, BC - The 333
6/10 - Bremerton, WA - The Charleston
6/11 - Seattle, WA - The Funhouse at El Corazon
6/12 - Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
6/13 - Eugene, OR - The Boreal
6/14 - Gilroy, CA - District Theater
6/16 - San Diego, CA - SOMA
6/17 - Tempe, AZ - 51 West
6/18 - Shiprock, NM - Asterix
6/19 - Salt Lake City, UT - Bee Hive
6/20 - Denver, CO - Moon Room (Summit)
6/21 - Merriam, KS - Aftershock
6/22 - Omaha, NE - Lookout Lounge
6/23 - Burnsville, MN - The Garage
6/24 - Eau Claire, WI - The Plus




Connecticut’s own CURRENTS have unleashed a new song “Apnea“ and announced the release of their debut album The Place I Feel Safest, out worldwide on June 16th via SharpTone Records.

To officially kick off the album announcement, the band will head out on a US tour supporting labelmates MISS MAY I on their official album headline tour “THE SHADOWS INSIDE TOUR.” Dates can be found out
Their new song “Apnea” can be purchased and streamed with the pre-order of their new album, The Place I Feel Safest, at the following link -

Rising metalcore/djent band CURRENTS, formed in 2011 and in recent years have solidified their lineup with Brian Wille (vocals), Jeff Brown (drums), Chris Wiseman (guitar), Ryan Castaldi (guitar) and Dee Cronkite (bass).
CURRENTS Tour Dates (Supporting Miss May I):
May 26 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall
May 27 - Dallas, TX - The Door
May 28 - Austin, TX - Grizzly Hall
May 31 - Albuquerque, NM - The Launchpad
June 1 - Phoenix, AZ - Joe’s Grotto
June 2 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction
June 3 - Los Angeles, CA - Whisky A Go Go
June 4 - Fresno, CA - Strummer’s
June 6 - Henderson, NV - Eagles Aerie Hall
June 7 - Salt Lake City, UT - In The Venue
June 8 - Denver, CO - Marquis Theater
June 9 - Merriam, KS - Aftershock
June 10 - Green Bay, WI - The Sandlot
June 13 - Berwyn, IL - The Wire
June 14 - St. Louis, MO - Fubar
June 15 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
June 16 - Greensboro, NC - The Blind Tiger
June 17 - Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage
June 18 - Freehold, NJ - GameChanger World
June 20 - New York, NY - Marlin Room
June 21 - Allentown, PA - GameChanger World
June 22 - Hartford, CT - Webster Underground
June 23 - Worcester, MA - The Palladium
June 24 - Rochester, NY - German House
June 25 - Buffalo, NY - The Waiting Room
June 27 - Detroit, MI - The Magic Stick
June 28 - Cleveland, OH - Agora Ballroom
June 29 - Pittsburgh, PA - The Rex Theater
June 30 - Columbus, OH - Park Street Saloon


New Tour Dates Revealed

ISLANDER has premiered “Casket,” the fifth and final video from their latest album, Power Under Control, exclusively at Revolver Magazine. “Would you rather be devoured by the hounds of hell?” asks vocalist Mikey Carvajal, as the standout clip showcases the rock ‘n’ roll band’s fearless pursuit into unexplored territory. The video comes as ISLANDER prepare for some intimate club shows before joining the ‘Summer Of Serenity Tour’ alongside Korn, Stone Sour and Baby Metal.

"We actually shot this video on NASA's property in Florida,” states Carvajal. “We were riding to a show with the director, Nathan Mowery, and saw a spot that looked good to dig some graves down a gravel road. Once a NASA helicopter started hovering right above us, it was pretty apparent that we probably should have picked another spot. Thankfully, we were already done shooting. Also, we didn't find any aliens, sadly. Lyrically, when I was writing “Casket,” I felt like I took a page out of the Johnny Cash playbook. I think the song speaks for itself, it's a jammer."

Before teaming up with their former road comrades Korn, ISLANDER has announced a batch of summer headlining dates with special guests Bad Seed Rising and The Funeral Portrait.
Headlining tour with Bad Seed Rising and The Funeral Portrait:
6/7 - Cincinnati, OH @ Mad Frog
6/8 - Valparaiso, IN @ Big Shots
6/9 - Joliet, IL @ The Forge
6/10 - Burnsville, MN @ The Garage
6/12 - Colorado Springs @ The Black Sheep
6/13 - Denver, CO @ Moon Room
Summer Of Serenity with Korn, Stone Sour, Baby Metal:
6/15 - Salt Lake City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre
6/18 - Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Amphitheater
6/20 - Chula Vista, CA @ Mattress Firm Amphitheater
6/21 - Inglewood, CA @ The Forum
6/22 - Mt. View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheater
6/24 - Auburn, WA @ White River Amphitheatre (KISW Pain in the Grass)
6/25 - Boise, ID @ Ford Idaho Center
6/26 - Pocatello, ID @ Portneuf Wellness Complex Amphitheatre
6/28 - Redding, CA @ Civic Auditorium

Sum 41 - Goddamn I'm Dead Again Music Video

Sum 41 have been nominated for a handful of Skully's at the AltPress Music Awards (APMAs) being held this July in Cleveland, OH.

Sum 41 is currently out on tour with Pierce the Veil on the "We Will Detonate Tour."

Tour Dates:

Apr 21    Ogden Theatre Denver, CO     
     Apr 22    Ogden Theatre Denver, CO         
     Apr 24    Tricky Falls El Paso, TX         
     Apr 25    ACL Live at the Moody Theater  Austin, TX         
     Apr 27    House of Blues New Orleans, LA         
    Apr 28  Amalie Arena Tampa, FL *
    Apr 29  Welcome To Rockville Jacksonville, FL *
     May 01    THE INTERNATIONAL Knoxville, TN
     May 02    Lancaster Convention Center Lancaster, PA    
     May 03    The Fillmore Silver Spring Silver Spring, MD
    May 05  Carolina Rebellion Concord, NC *
     May 07    The Paramount Huntington, NY
     May 09    Stage AE Pittsburgh, PA     
     May 10    Pine Belt Arena Toms River, NJ    
     May 12    Rockfest Council Bluffs, IA
     May 13    Northern Invasion Somerset, WI
     May 14    Egyptian Room at Old National Centre Indianapolis, IN
     May 16    Aura Portland, ME
     May 17    Hampton Beach Casino Hampton Beach, NH
     May 19    Rock On The Range Columbus, OH
    May 20  St, Louis, MO Pointfest
     May 22    House of Blues Houston, TX
     May 23    Pharr Event Center Pharr, TX
     May 25    South Side Ballroom Dallas, TX
    May 26     Pryor, OK Rocklahoma *
* no Sum 41 // Note: Emarosa Not Appearing on Festival Dates

ForeverandNever Release "Promises" Music Video

Nashville, TN rock outfit ForeverandNever have released a music video for their song "Promises," the title track on their forthcoming 3-song EP, scheduled to be self-released on June 2nd.

The video was directed by Vince Lundi, and can be seen below:

"Everyone knows the anecdote about growing up with dreams and desires, and how as we grow, our station in life, friends, loved ones etc can steer us away from what we know we were made for. 'Promises' is a narrative about how one person can steer you away from that path and turn you into something that you never wanted to be. The video mirrors that inner turmoil, and how we torture and kill our true selves trying to find happiness by becoming a facade, in denial who we really are."

After 3 EPs, one full-length, thousands of miles, and a couple hundred shows, ForeverandNever have found themselves ready to take over the world (or at least your iTunes playlist). Dealing with the arduous task of being a rock band in Mississippi, the group garnered a solid local and regional following, and decided that maybe it was time to start pursuing music as a career, so they packed up their lives and moved to Nashville.

ForeverandNever have played with notable bands including A Day to Remember, New Found Glory, Mayday Parade, Underoath, and many more. This past year, the band were fortunate enough to record with Saves The Day guitarist and producer, Arun Bali, who has begun to help the band streamline and polish their sound.

ForeverandNever have a short string of shows coming up. Dates are listed below.

Upcoming Shows: 
May 19 - Knoxville, TN at Purple Polilla
May 20 - Birmingham, AL at 3029
May 25 - Muncie, IN at Be Here Now
May 26 - Indianapolis, IN at Hoosier Dome
May 28 - Cleveland, OH at The Foundry
June 3 - Tupelo, MS at The Link Centre

The Acacia Strain Release New Song "Big Sleep"

The Acacia Strain Drop New Song "Big Sleep,"

New Album "Gravebloom" Out June 30

The Acacia Strain have dropped another new song from their forthcoming album Gravebloom, out June 30 on Rise Records. The band has partnered with Revolver to premiere the song "Big Sleep," which features a guest vocal appearance from Kublai Khan's Matt Honeycutt. 

"I didn't even understand what the hell was going on when I first heard this song. Luckily, Matt did guest vocals and saved me the embarrassment," said singer Vincent Bennett.

The Acacia Strain will spend their summer as part of the Van's Warped Tour. 

"Plague Doctor"
"Bitter Pill"
"Big Sleep"
"Abyssal Depths"
"Model Citizen"
"Calloused Mouth"
"Dark Harvest"
"Walled City"
"Cold Gloom"



Southern California’s veteran hardcore band TERROR has released their highly-anticipated new EP, The Walls Will Fall, today via Pure Noise Records. Fans can purchase the record now at iTunes and

The Walls Will Fall is Terror’s first record with their new label Pure Noise Records. The record follows their most recent full-length, 2015’s The 25th Hour, and features some of the most crushing tracks the band has ever recorded.
“This EP feels newly vital, transcendent” - Decibel Magazine
“this is the purest strain of hardcore you could possibly mosh your life away to.” -

“Technically tighter than ever, and writing some of their best songs yet, Terror prove here that they're worth more than just their legacy, and can do much more than just keep up with the new blood in the scene.” -

Fans can catch the hardcore veterans on their U.S. headline tour with God’s Hate and Abuse of Power in May. Dates are listed below.

Terror Tour Dates:
5/10- Boston, Ma @ The Hardcore Stadium
5/11- Syracuse, Ny @ The Pillar
5/12- Philadelphia, Pa @ Underground Arts
5/13- Fayetteville, Nc @ Drunk Horse Pub
5/14- West Columbia, Sc @ New Brookland Tavern
5/15- St. Petersburg, Fl @ Local 662
5/16- Jacksonville, Fl @ Nighthawks
5/17- Atlanta, Ga @ MJQ
5/18- Louisville, Ky @ Spinelli’s Pizza
5/19- Erie, Pa @ Basement Transitions
5/20- Waterfront, Ny @ Dukes Grove
5/21- New York, Ny @ Webster Hall *BNB BOWL

The Nearly Deads Release New Music Video

Nashville’s red-hot rock band The Nearly Deads unveil a video for their brand-new single “Diamond In The Rough.” The song is featured on the band’s upcoming EP, Revenge of The Nearly Deads, which is due out on May 26th. Pre-order packages available now here. 

“We are so excited to finally present the video for our new single, Diamond in the Rough! The Nearly Deads are huge horror movie and video game fans, so we hope you enjoy watching and finding the references we snuck into this video. We had so much fun making this video, and can't wait to release our EP, Revenge! of The Nearly Deads, on May 26th! It's our catchiest, heaviest album yet!” - Theresa Jeane

Led by the inimitable vocalist Theresa Jeane along with Steven Tobi (guitar), Kevin Koelsch (bass), Javier Garza Jr. (guitar) and Josh Perrone (drums), The Nearly Deads are one of the hottest, rising rock bands to come out of Nashville. The band’s amalgam of powerful pop vocals and aggressive alternative rock music combined with their love of all things geek and messages of positivity and empowerment, creates a truly unique style that’s garnering attention from media and fans around the world.
The band’s new record, Revenge of the Nearly Deads, is an undeniable hit that will catapult the band towards global domination. The EP features unforgettable tracks like “Diamond in the Rough” and “My Evil Ways,” that confirm their place among rock’s best, current acts.
Fans can catch The Nearly Deads live this spring on the “Break Into Action Tour” with Eyes Set To Kill and Bad Seed Rising. Tickets are on sale now.

The Nearly Deads Tour Dates (w/Eyes Set To Kill & Bad Seed Rising):
4/28/17 Indianapolis, IN Emerson Theater
4/29/17 Grand Rapids, MI Pope’s Pub
4/30/17 Merriam, KS Aftershock
5/2/17 Colorado Springs, CO Sunshine Studios
5/3/17 Salt Lake City, UT Loading Dock
5/4/17 Reno, NV Jub Jub's
5/6/17 Sacramento, CA Starlite Lounge
5/7/17 Fullerton, CA Slidebar Cafe
5/8/17 West Hollywood, CA Whisky A Go Go
5/9/17 Phoenix, AZ Club Red
5/11/17 Oklahoma City, OK 89th Street Collective
5/13/17 Newport, KY Thompson House
5/14/17 Pittsburgh, PA Diesel
5/16/17 Cleveland, OH The Agora Ballroom
5/18/17 Lowell, MA Mill City Ballroom
5/19/17 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club
5/20/17 Williamsport, PA Ground Floor 2.0*
5/21/17 Trenton, NJ The Backstage*
5/25/17 Nashville, TN Rocketown (TND Album Release Show)*
*No Bad Seed Rising

Rayner - Las Vegas Rock

Rayner is:

  • Daniel "Panda" Henrriquez - Vocals
  • Rory Child - Guitar
  • Christopher Piro - Guitar
  • Manny Panda - Bass
  • David Bartlett - Drums

Rayner is a 5-piece rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. Formed in 2014, the band quickly got to work writing songs with lyrics influenced by the tragedies of the world around them, life’s defeats, and celebrating their failures, all while juxtaposed with a pop-punk musical backing. In January 2016, the band self-released their debut album "In Circles" and began touring in support of it across the southwest. Their unique sound and work-ethic earned Rayner a spot on the main stage of 2016's Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival. They've also had the opportunity to play with an eclectic mix of national acts including: Unwritten Law, PEARS, Buck-O-Nine, Direct Hit!, Authority Zero, Jeff Rosenstock, and Fenix TX. Riding their momentum and refusing to sit still for very long, the band immediately began working on new material. What came from those sessions were 5 songs for an EP titled "Disasters." Further defining their pop-punk sound, the band works with the genre while bringing in new influences. Rayner is also not holding back lyrically as they focus this time on subjects including: sexual constructs, the loss of a friend, the nature of beliefs, and the occasional drunk epiphany. If it all sounds a bit too complicated, don't worry; the band prides itself on having as much fun as possible and treating every show like it's a party among friends. So grab a beer and come embrace the inevitable darkness that will eventually consume us all


Paradise, New Album Coming June 16, Pre-Orders Available Now
“Puzzle Pieces,” New Video and Digital Single Released
Tour Kicks Off Today

The wait is over! BROADSIDE will be releasing their second studio album, Paradise, returning to the music scene with a larger than life eagerness to inspire. Today, the band releases the first video and single, “Puzzle Pieces,” with longtime supporter Alternative Press, who nominated BROADSIDE as ‘Best Underground Band’ for this year’s AP Music Awards. Paradise will be available on vinyl, CD and digitally on June 16. Starting tonight, audiences will be treated to new cuts from Paradise as BROADSIDE hit the road with Real Friends, Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts and Nothing, Nowhere.

“We have been picking ourselves apart to really find the focus of what people will think when they hear the name BROADSIDE with this new record,” confides front-man Ollie Baxxter. On “Puzzle Pieces,” he continues, “As I’m getting older and the band progresses, we’re being put into situations where we have the opportunity to reach a wider audience. Do we take advantage of those opportunities or stay true to who we are and express our ideals? Eventually you must ask yourself, at what cost does this come? Do I edit myself or do I speak the harsh reality of the creative industry? Puzzle pieces - it takes one piece to either start or finish an entire piece of art.”

Since the release of 2015’s Old Bones, their Victory Records debut, Baxxter adds, “We bypassed our goals, made an explicit vision for our future, and are counting down the days until Paradise is released. We are locking in a sound and an image to represent our music, our absolutely loving fans, and the future audience of BROADSIDE.”
By the summer of 2016, BROADSIDE circled the US multiple times with the likes of State Champs, Roam, and Handguns to name a few, and the demand for their punk-rooted pop anthems escalated as they were constantly ushered to larger stages during that summers’ Vans Warped Tour.

Now calling Los Angeles home, the former Virginia natives teamed up once again with New Found Glory and All Time Low producer Kyle Black in January 2017 to lay down the groundwork for Paradise. “You know what, Kyle Black is a wildman who knows what he is doing, and we were lucky to be able to record another record with him,” admits Baxxter. Immediately following the Paradise sessions, BROADSIDE packed their gear and headed to the United Kingdom for an inaugural tour supporting With Confidence, bowling over new fans and taking a well-deserved seat at the table of their peers.
Named ‘Musician Of The Month’ by Alternative Press in March 2017, guitarist Dorian Cooke’s resilient vocals take the lead on the soulful hymn “Laps Around A Picture Frame,” while “Tunnel Vision” will quickly land as live favorite with its skyscraping vocals. And Paradise doesn’t just have storming tracks, the lofty “Who Cares” beams with the bands inner personalities of turning a bad situation into quick-witted humor, while the balance between Baxxter and Cooke’s vocals on “Summer Stained” is damn near perfect. BROADSIDE expand their sound into unheard punk turf incorporating trumpet on the first single “Puzzle Pieces,” and the Morrissey-channeled, ukulele driven, “I Love You, I Love You. It’s Disgusting.” “This record is the sound we have been trying to achieve our whole career, we aren't afraid to try new things and that is apparent with Paradise,” declares guitarist Niles Gregory.

Cast your vote now for BROADSIDE as ‘Best Underground Band’ at Alternative Press and watch the awards on July 17, 2017. And stay tuned as more summer and fall tour dates will be announced soon.
BROADSIDE with Real Friends, Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts, Nothing, Nowhere
4/27 - Grand Rapids, MI @ 20 Monroe Live
4/28 - Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew's Hall
4/29 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre and Ballroom
4/30 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart's
5/02 - St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
5/03 - Kansas City, MO @ Aftershock Live
5/04 - Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
5/05 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex - The Grand
5/07 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
5/09 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
5/11 - Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
5/12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent Theater
5/13 - San Diego, CA @ SOMA
5/14 - Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
5/15 - Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theater
5/17 - Dallas, TX @ The Door
5/18 - Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
5/19 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
5/20 - Lafayette, LA @ Warehouse 535 (Broadside only)
5/21 - Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
5/22 - Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
5/23 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
5/24 - Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theater
5/25 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
5/26 - Lake Park, FL @ Kelsey Theater
5/27 - Charlotte, NC @ The Undergrown
5/28 - Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
5/30 - Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
5/31 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
6/01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
6/02 - New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
6/03 - Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
6/04 - Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
6/06 - Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre
6/07 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
6/08 - Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe at Old National Centre
6/09 - Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall



The cosmic synth/psych collective known as Arcadea has premiered a new song called “Infinite End” today. The song is found on the band’s debut, self-titled album that’s set for release on June 16th via Relapse Records. The record is available now for pre-order at

Arcadea consists of three cosmic forces, Brann Dailor (Mastodon) on vocals/drums, Core Atoms (Zruda) on keys/vocals/samples and Raheem Amlani (Withered) on keys/vocals, whose tales of space travel and galactic battles are chronicled on 10 prophetic songs.

The trio utilizes crushing drums and psychedelic synth to tell the story of a future 5 billion years from now where galaxies have collided, leaving catastrophic disorder in its wake as war is waged among gods and planets, and Arcadea reign supreme as the last surviving space wizards since the final extinction.

Arcadea Tracklisting:
1. Army of Electrons
2. Gas Giant
3. Rings of Saturn
4. Neptune Moons
5. Infinite End
6. Electromagnetic
7. Motion of Planets
8. The Pull of Invisible Strings
9. Through The Eye of Pisces
10. Worlds Can Go On
11. Magnificent Facade