Atrey-ou sure about that?
Their new LP was influenced by the deaths of Chester Bennington & Chris Cornell.
Wipe away those mascara tears; this is gonna be huge.
“I want shock and awe or bone-crushing disappointment”
Supported by some of Australia’s best.
“We’re going for it, baby”
Playing five Australian shows throughout October.
Recently reunited Californian metalcore heroes Atreyu finally announced their triumphant return to the music scene with new album ‘Long Live’ dropping last week, their first in six years. To celebrate, we got lead guitarist Dan Jacobs to run us through the 5 biggest moments in the history of the band. 1. Getting signed to Victory
Recently reunited Californian metalcore heroes Atreyu finally announced their triumphant return to the music scene a couple of months back with a new album Long Live due to drop some time in September, their first in six years. Music Feeds is pumped as all hell to be the first Australian music site to bring to
The wait is almost over for Atreyu fans, with the reunited Californian metalcore heroes announcing that their long-awaited comeback album, entitled Long Live, will be released some time in September. The band’s first LP since 2009’s Congregation Of The Damned will feature defiant new single So Others May Live, which the band dropped in the
American metalcore monsters Of Mice & Men, California’s Atreyu and Ohio’s The Devil Wears Prada are the latest bands to join the tsunami of Soundwave Festival Sidewaves crashing down upon us, with two headlining sideshows announced for Melbourne and Sydney. The extra-curricular action will be going down on Monday, February 23rd at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel
Recently reformed California metalcore favourites Atreyu have already kicked off their comeback with hometown shows and will be bringing the mayhem to Australia for Soundwave in February next year. We managed to catch some time with drummer and clean vocalist Brandon Saller who let us in on what it’s been like, coming back. “We always
After several days of teasing fans via social media, newly reunited California metalcore heroes Atreyu have unveiled their first new song since reforming back in July. The track, described by vocalist Alex Varkatzas as a tribute to the military, is titled So Others May Live and is available for free download. “So Others May Live
Recently reformed California metalcore favourites Atreyu are getting ready to kick their comeback into full gear and, in the lead up, drummer and clean vocalist Brandon Saller has told Music Feeds that their “reincarnation” has produced some incredible results in the studio. Atreyu have been teasing “a surprise” for fans, due to drop sometime Friday,
Atreyu have announced the end of their three-year hiatus. The Orange County metalcore favourites have taken to their Facebook to share a video teaser that suggests big things await Atreyu fans in 2014. The band will be celebrating their comeback with a set at California’s Aftershock Festival. “Atreyu is pleased to announce we are making
It seems that forefathers of the screamo scene Atreyu are toying with the idea of ending their hiatus in the name of new material. In a post from vocalist Alex Varkatzas (signed off as AlPal), the band have teased fans with the possibility of new material. But, should they do it, they’ll do it their
A full decade since their formation, Orange County, California’s Atreyu are just as subversive, unrelenting and unpredictable as they were when they first started.