Gallows guitarist Stephen Carter has split from the English hardcore outfit the day before Soundwave 2013 kicks off. The news came via Gallows’ Facebook page, where the band posted a statement, albiet light on details, regarding Cater’s’ departure. Wishing Carter the best in future endeavours, Gallows stated they’ll continue as a quartet as they prepare
The ever-evolving Gallows have announced a run of headlining shows to coincide with their Soundwave 2013 performance. The sirens of working-class punk rock anarchy will be bringing with them one of the toughest lineups we’ve seen from the recent bombardment of Sidewaves, teaming up with Shai Hulud and our very own hardcore dons Confession and
Fans of UK punks Gallows can have a sneak-listen to their brand new album – two days ahead of its release on Monday. The band are streaming the self-titled album – their first with former Alexisonfire member Wade MacNeil as their singer. MacNeil replaced former frontman Frank Carter (who has gone on to form new band
Soundwave-bound UK punksters Gallows will release their self-titled third studio album on September 10. The album was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by longtime friends Thomas Mitchener and Steve Sears earlier this year, and will be released through the band’s own label, Venn Records.
Finally! A thumbs up from the Gallows camp on a new album. The lads have been hard at work recently preparing the release, and today dropped a new track, Last June, to be featured on the album.
Gallows have been trialing new material with frontman Wade MacNeil during their recent live gigs. They played a show at the House Of Blues in Boston last week and debuted their new song Mondo Chaos.
Gallows are offering a free download of their first release with new singer Wade Macneil (formerly Alexisonfire. True Colours is the band’s first song since Frank Carter quit Gallows in July.
British hardcore set Gallows have moved very quickly to appoint a new frontman, with the band recruiting former Alexisonfire singer and guitarist Wade MacNeil. The news comes courtesy of Kerrang!, who quote MacNeil as saying,”Gallows are one of my favourite bands, so when Steph [Carter, guitar] called me the day after Sonisphere, I said yes
Last week Frank Carter announced he was quitting Gallows now he has posted music from his new project, Pure Love online.
In an official statement on the Gallows website, Frank Carter, The front man of Gallows has announced he will quit the band. In the statement Carter reveals the band had hit a “crossroads” and that the band would continue without him.
With early bird tickets selling out in frenetic pace the excitement is palpable for the general public on sale for Soundwave 2010.
With their tour on the verge of an imminent sell out, Gallows have announced that they will be postponing their upcoming Australian dates.
After their barnstorming 2006 debut, Orchestra of Wolves, Gallows are predicting the end of the world
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