Two of metalcore’s best just announced something huge!
I Killed the Prom Queen
Total road dogs I Killed The Prom Queen have spend much of the recent past zig-zagging their way through Europe as part of the Impericon Progression tour. Teaming up with The Devil Wears Prada and The Ghost Inside, the band left havoc in their wake, and checked-in to Music Feeds with the photographic evidence. The
Metalcore fans are in for a treat – A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside and I Killed The Prom Queen have announced two Soundwave festival Sidewaves for Sydney and Melbourne. With five albums under their belts, A Day To Remember will bring their pop-mosh prowess to the two shows. The group released their fifth
In 2013, Adelaide metal heroes I Killed The Prom Queen entered a recording studio in Gothenburg, Sweden with Bring Me The Horizon and At The Gates producer Fredrik Nordström to begin work on their first album in six years. The result was Beloved, which the band have now shared with fans. Since forming in Adelaide
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Reunited and set to release their first studio album in six years, Australian metalcore royalty I Killed The Prom Queen have today unleashed To The Wolves, the first track from the much anticipated Beloved, to be released on 14th February via Epitaph Records. I Killed The Prom Queen recorded Beloved, their third studio effort, this
Forefathers of the Australian metalcore movement I Killed The Prom Queen have announced that they will be teaming up with the iconic Epitaph Records to facilitate the release of their highly anticipated third studio record, with the as-yet-untitled album getting a tentative release date of 2014. The band have been hard at it in a
I Killed The Prom Queen have publicly announced that in exactly one week’s time they will be entering the studio to begin recording their first full-length record since 2006’s Music For The Recently Deceased. This will be the first offering from the group since they reformed. As per a tweet from guitarist Jona Weinhofen, we
Marking the first headlining Australian tour for I Killed The Prom Queen since their 2008 Say Goodbye farewell tour, the East Coast Rampage Tour is about as aptly named as a tour can be. For a run of shows throughout June, Prom Queen will be joined by House Vs Hurricane, Buried In Verona and Saviour
Amidst the buzz surrounding their recent comeback, I Killed The Prom Queen have made the unfortunate announcement that founding member, drummer and absolute mad dog JJ Peters will no longer be part of the band as he will now be focusing solely on his once side-project Deez Nuts. Both Peters and Jona Weinhofen have commented
There are once again signs of life from within the I Killed The Prom Queen camp. It seems that the band have been scheming with news of an announcement labelled the ‘first part of our awesome news’, which entails their first run of US tour dates since 2007. The band will be opening act on
Our very own homegrown guitar hero Jona Weinhofen has officially departed ways with British metalcore outfit Bring Me the Horizon. The band, who have become a poster-child for the genre, announced the news in a recent tweet, though as it turns out, it’s been in the works for a while. As far back as 12
If you were like me and thought it was simply cruel for Adelaide outfit, and one of the most prolific metalcore bands to ever come out of Australia, I Killed The Prom Queen to reform and tour but not release any new material, well do we have a surprise for you. Drum roll please.
Parkway Drive have announced a run of tour dates for this December on the back of their forthcoming new album Atlas. This will be their biggest tour to date, and will feature three other Aussie metalcore acts: I Killed The Prom Queen, Northlane and Survival. Kicking off in their home town of Byron Bay, we’ll
I Killed The Prom Queen have announced on facebook that they will be back for the Destroy Music Tour and it won’t just be a one off. After playing their aptly named Say Goodbye tour in 2008 the band went their separate ways. Jona Weinhofen (Guitarist) spoke to Blunt Magazine stating they had taken a