Rock ‘N Derby Announce Additional Artists

A few months ago we posted about Rock ‘N Derby, a three-day concert and demolition derby camping event, that will take place from May 20th to May 22nd at the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds in Schagticoke, NY. Recently the festival announced additional artists to the lineup including Hollywood Undead and State Champs among others!

Those interested in attending the festival can click here for a breakdown on ticket information, camping prices and all other additional information! The updated lineup by date can be found below!

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Self Help Festival Announcement & Lineup

Self Help Festival is back for it’s third year, returning to the NOS Events Center in San Bernadino, CA on March 19th! The festival, which is presented and curated by A Day To Remember, has a mission to “deliver a memorable event featuring bands with positive messages embodied in their music.” 

Limited amounts of VIP packages were available and included meet and greets, a limited edition festival poster, exclusive t-shirt and VIP laminate, and access to the VIP area, which is now sold out. General admission tickets are available for purchase at $44.50 here!

Check out the festival lineup, thus far, listed below!

A Day To Remember
The Wonder Years
The Story So Far
August Burns Red
Crown the Empire
Further Seems Forever
Thy Art Is Murder
Tonight Alive
Moose Blood
One OK Rock
Cruel Hand

SECRETS To Release New Album Next Month

San Diego post-hardcore rockers, SECRETS, have announced their upcoming album, Everything That Got Us Here! To be released on December 11th via Velocity/Rise Records, the album was produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember) and Tom Denney (A Day To Remember) and is the first release with new vocalist, Wade Walters.

When discussing the band’s new music, vocalist and guitarist Richard Rogers states, “Everyone is on their own journey, chasing their own dreams…The first rule you should know about this journey is that it doesn’t matter how much money, time or work you put into it. The thing that matters most is that you don’t get left behind and never give up on it. This album is about our journey thus far and everything that got us here.“

Fans can pre-order the album on Merch Now here or iTunes here! Below you can find the artwork and track listing for Everything That Got Us Here.

Track listing:
1. Intro
2. Rise Up
3. Left Behind
4. Learn To Love
5. Half Alive
6. The Man That Never Was
7. For What It’s Worth
8. I’ll Be Fine
9. Turn The Page
10. "In Loving Memory”
11. The One With No One

LOL Gallery:

Who: Motionless In White, Bring Me The Horizon, Chiodos, A Day To Remember
What: Parks and Devastation Tour
When & Where: 9/8/14, Washington Avenue Armory; Albany, NY
ByEric Riley

For full gallery, click here!

New Music Video:

iHateRollerCoastersAnyway Not Tonight Josephine

Check out the guys of Not Tonight Josephine at the Vans Warped Tour this Friday in Saint Petersburg on the Ernie Ball Stage! 

A Day To Remember Announce Parks & Devastation Fall Tour

A Day To Remember recently announced details on their headlining fall tour featuring Bring Me The Horizon and Chiodos!

To watch the announcement video, click here! Tickets go on sale tomorrow, June 13th, at 10am. More information can be found on A Day To Remember’s website.

Check out the full list of dates below!

9.4.14 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE Outdoor
9.6.14 – Detroit, MI @ Chill On The Hill*
9.8.14 – Albany, NY @ The Armory
9.9.14 – Lowell, MA @ Tsongas Center
9.10.14 – Wallingford, CT @ Toyota Oakdale Theatre
9.15.14 – Grand Rapids, MI @ DeltaPlex
9.16.14 – Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion
9.17.14 – St. Louis, MO @ Chaifetz Arena
9.18.14 – Chicago, IL @ UIC**
9.20.14 – Denver, CO @ Riot Fest*
9.23.14 – Fresno, CA @ Woodward Park Amphitheatre
9.24.14 – Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Expo Hall
9.26.14 – San Jose, CA @ Event Center @ SJSU
9.28.14 – Phoenix, AZ @ Mesa Amphitheatre
9.30.14 – Grand Prairie, TX @ Verizon Amphitheatre
10.6.14 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
10.7.14 – Charlotte, NC @ Uptown Amphitheatre
10.9.14 – Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Coliseum
10.10.14 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock
10.11.14 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock


Review: This Is Home | Charlie Siren

For those who like:  A Day to Remember, Bomb the Music Industry!, The Early November

            Charlie Siren is a five-piece pop punk band out of Minneapolis, Minnesota and sound like they fit right into the Warped Tour scene. And it turns out they should because they were selected as winners from a Battle of the Bands competition to play the well attended festival. This Is Home is the second full length from the band that was out this past October and has many pleasantries in the mix.

            If you are someone who is always in a rush or does not like to take their time with things this band is for you. Not to say that the band is that way, but they play very FAST.  When listening to This Is Home I was genuinely shocked when drummer Paeton Gillette keeps such a rapid pace while equally paying as much attention to the symbols and everything else occurring at the given time; you can especially hear it on songs like “Carry On” and Better than Colorado.

            As the album progresses you do get similar sounding riffs and parts here and there in the tracks but overall, the musicians are very impressive. Each song is very well transitioned into the next to make it flow seamlessly into one another. The album as a whole is upbeat, fast, fun frenzied and furious, however I do wish that they changed it up at times to draw a new audience into the mix.

            The song “Open Road” is a nice homage to life on the road, letting the road guide you to wherever your heart desires. It must be particularly relevant to the band that is constantly touring. “Till the Cows Come Home” was the track that I enjoyed the most off the new record with people talking and laughing in the background as the band plays, it truly creates a party like setting, which you can picture. At the end of the song, you hear someone use a lighter to light a cigarette maybe, take a drag, blow out smoke and the song ends, a great way to tie up a party track.

            I do believe that Charlie Siren will go on to do great things and be a regular on the Warped Tour circuit. With a DIY ethic and large fan base we will see more from them in the future, for sure.

Release Date: October 15, 2013
Rating: 3/5
Run Time: 25:34

Track list:
1. This is Home
2. Carry On
3. Better than Colorado
4. Sink_Swim
5. I Promise
6. Rearranging Rooms
7. Open Road
8. Til the Cows Come Home
9. Foundations
10. Rearranging Rooms (acoustic)

Charlie Siren is:
Tane Graves: Vocals/Guitar
Shelby Fisher: Bass
Paeton Gillette : Drums
Aaron Reed: Guitar
Dustin Reed: Guitar

Written By: Chelsea Conte

NEW: Day 26 – Columbia, MD | Vans Warped Tour(@vanswarpedtour)

i love watching the Vans Warped Tour Pit Vlogs, but i haven’t watched them since before vacation. and instead of posting all of them, i’m only posting the most recent one.

fun fact about this video: when they show A Day To Remember, they show a guy in a ‘green man’ suit, crowd surfing. that would be my friend TK. just saw a video he posted about it lol