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Volumes and their vocalist Michael Barr have parted ways with Born of Osiris’ Joe Buras stepping in for their current tour with Northlane.
The totally legitimate feud between Northlane and their tour mates Volumes has reached breaking point behind-the-scenes, with the two bands becoming entangled in multiple violent altercations backstage during their international tour. The pairs’ beef in no way conveniently erupted over Twitter, just before their 54-date co-headlining tour across 16 countries was due to kick off,
Northlane have taken a stand against an allegedly violent, power-tripping security guard who was reportedly roughing up punters at one of their recent UK gigs. The Sydney outfit were forced to stop their set at Southampton venue The Talking Heads, after the secca in question was allegedly spotted violently assaulting several members of the crowd.
LA metalcore group Volumes have called out Northlane on Twitter for allegedly stealing their sound ahead of their joint tour of Europe later this year, with a convenient stir of controversy forming in the wake of the accusation. Volumes claim the Sydney band’s new album Node is a rip off of their sound, calling them
Metalcore troop Northlane have announced the 2014 launch of their own curated mini-festival, which they will headline themselves, titled Free Your Mind 2014. The touring event will include five acts on its Australian leg, including international and local artists, the latter chosen via competition. There are four acts to be announced and kicking off Monday,
Having earned some serious respect with their ability to apply an array of genres and sensibilities into their unique blend of progressive metal, Volumes are truly a sight to behold. What’s more the band have now announced a solid run of Australian tour dates bringing with them their super fresh full length album Via. Since
The ongoing situation between a handful of bands and the renowned live music venue Rocketown in Nashville, TN has come to a head overnight, after performing band Volumes clashed with the venue’s security over the continuing issue of the venue’s stance against gay rights. According to Volumes frontman Michael Barr, he was jumped by venue