If you’re a fan of Taking Back Sunday, you’ve no doubt heard of their current US tour being held in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of their gangbusters album Tell All Your Friends. Well, it’s now looking as though the band has plans to take the madness overseas, which could mean Australia. It’s not so
New Found Glory
NFG‘s Chad Gilbert really is the man everyone is after. Having taken vox duties recently with Shai Hulud, it has now been revealed that the well-known axe man turned studio dweller will be at the helm for the much-talked-about new A Day to Remember album. Rumours about this team-up were circling for a while, but
Fifteen years into it and still going hard. Everybody’s favourite pop punk outfit New Found Glory has unleashed a weapon of a clip for the cruisey summer anthem Summer Fling, Don’t Mean A Thing off their latest album Radiosurgery.
As is weird as it is for me to think that it was 10 years ago, on my 12th birthday, that I was given one of my first-ever albums, the then fresh and groundbreaking Sticks and Stones, imagine the energy in the NGF camp knowing that it’s been 15 years since their first-ever live performance.
Soundwave Touring has announced a string of Australian dates for a combined tour between New Found Glory and Taking Back Sunday.
New Found Glory are all set to release their new album Radiosurgery tomorrow (Sep 30th). In an exclusive with Music Feeds, drummer Cyrus Bolooki gives us a track by track rundown of Radiosurgery from the band’s point of view.
There are two types of people out there in this dark, confusing world or ours: those who already love New Found Glory, and those who are yet to give them a good listen. Over the years, we’ve gotten to know their charm and their characters through many an Australian tour as well as a plethora
After braving the baking heat and dusty hillsides of last year’s Soundwave at Eastern Creek, the paved pathways of the Olympic Stadium felt like walking across plush-pile in Hugh Hefner’s slippers. Despite the oppressive midday humidity already setting-in, the sight of a greying seventy year olds rocking Social Distortion t-shirts and Doc Martins had me
This is Christmas for punk and metal fans. Soundwave is over fifty acts which is any angry young mans wet dream. Seas of black flooded Olympic Park with grey skies overhead it felt like a religious experience was about to take place. First improvement at the new venue was getting in. Gates open over an
In the tradition of the Soundwave triple header sideshows, Pop punk pioneers New Found Glory are heading back down under in April, bringing with them some impressive support acts.