We have some unfortunate news to share: we are no longer on the February tour with Dads and Roger Harvey. Dropping a tour is a tough thing to do, and I want to be very open about why we came to this decision. I have struggled with anxiety and depression, and it eventually built up to the point where touring in February was daunting and unmanageable. I recently started to get serious about treatment, but we want to have a few months off while I pursue the goal of dramatically improving my mental health. We plan on continuing to tour and make music, once I take the proper time to address my health. We sincerely apologize to Dads and Roger...
As I posted 3 days ago, I am taking the appropriate time to assess these very serious allegations against me and I am not taking them lightly. Until I can do that in a complete manner with all the information I have at my disposal, I will not be continuing with any current touring activities for the time being.
The Devil Wears Prada have announced that they will be hitting the road next year on their "Zombie 5 Tour" where the band will play the Zombie EP in it's entirety as well as fan favorites. They'll be bringing Born of Osiris, The Word Alive and Secrets along with them. Head to the replies to find out if the tour is coming to your town and check out the band's new music video for "War."
Downwrite will be putting on a holiday show on December 20th at the Metro in Chicago. Matt Pryor, William Beckett, Tim Kasher, Mark Rose, John Walker, and more will be playing. The full line-up and all the information can be found in the replies.
Massachusetts metalcore legends Overcast's discography is being collected and re-released as a 3-CD set titled Only Death Is Smiling on February 3rd via Bullet Tooth. They'll be playing a few shows to celebrate; dates are in the replies.