“It just couldn’t stay afloat…”
Return of the king.
Chiodos guitarist Thomas Erak has officially left the Michigan band less than two months out from the group’s 2015 Australian tour behind fourth album, Devil, which was released in April. Erak shared news of his departure via his Twitter account today, and said he hopes to spend more time working on music for his original
Michigan sons Chiodos will soon be returning to our shores for their first visit in five years and today have announced that Melbourne’s own Storm The Sky will be joining them. Having recently announced their signing to UNFD as well as the release of their upcoming debut album Permanence, due out on Friday 16th January,
Michigan sons Chiodos are returning to our shores for their first visit in five years, touring Australia in January and February 2015 in support of their fourth studio effort, Devil, which dropped in April this year. Devil marks the return of founding members Craig Owens and drummer Derrick Frost and the first record to feature
The last few years have been a turbulant time for post-hardcore icons Chiodos. Details on the inner workings of the band and their movements were scarce but it now appears the group is willing to let it all out in an upcoming documentary. Chiodos’ recently returned frontman Craig Owens recently revealed on Twitter, “About to
Guitarist for seminal post-hardcore outfit Chiodos, Pat McManaman, has recently confessed in a lengthy email to Alternative Press that in the early stages of the band they used underhanded techniques to get the attention of alternative music label Equal Vision Records…by hacking PureVolume.