Punk reunions haven’t seen a shortage as of late, in part thanks to The Distillers, who reunited last year for a run of tour dates. The Brody Dalle-led punk band announced earlier this year that they would keep the reunion going with a North American spring tour. Now, that tourRead More →

Woodstock 50 isn’t dead — yet. Today, a judge in New York Supreme Court ruled that Woodstock’s chief financial backer, Dentsu Aegis Network, does not have the right to unilaterally cancel the festival. The ruling is a victory for Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang, who was adamant that Dentsu had no authorityRead More →

Experimental post-rock outfit Godspeed You! Black Emperor will return to the road in August for an 18-date North American tour. Coming in support of their 2017 LP, Luciferian Towers, GY!BE will captivate audiences “with their torrential live sound and accompanying stack of 16mm film projectors,” according to a press release.Read More →

The Who recently kicked off their “Moving On! Tour”, just last night playing at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. The shows see the iconic rockers accompanied by a full orchestra, but now they have revealed some more musicians with whom they’ll share the stage. The band has tapped fellowRead More →

Metalcore stalwarts Killswitch Engage and heavy rockers Clutch have announced a co-headlining summer U.S. tour that will primarily see the two bands playing cities on the East Coast and in the Midwest. After Killswitch Engage play a couple of Canadian festival dates just prior to the trek, the tour willRead More →

Last week saw Mikal Cronin drop a 7-inch featuring new songs “Undertow” and “Breathe”. He’s back today to announce a North American tour for the fall. Taking place throughout the month of November, this new outing includes stops in Portland, Vancouver, Detroit, Toronto, and St. Paul. The indie rocker willRead More →