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  • Dallas originals Old 97's bringing show to Bomb Factory in September

    Dallas originals Old 97's bringing show to Bomb Factory in September

    The Old 97’s is a Dallas-original who made it somewhat big in the mid-'90s and have since become a long-touring alternative folk band. The band released their brand-new album, Graveyard Whistling, in February and have mapped out a North American tour that includes a stop back home in Dallas itself...
  • Torres returns with 'Skim' and new tour dates

    Torres returns with 'Skim' and new tour dates

    It's been a couple of years since we've heard from singer-songwriter Torres (née Mackenzie Scott), but the silence has finally been broken as she's released a new single "SKIM" through her new record deal with 4AD (home to artists including Grimes, The National, Future Islands, The Lemon Twigs and...
  • Melody’s Echo Chamber to tour U.S. in support of 'Bon Voyage'

    Melody’s Echo Chamber to tour U.S. in support of 'Bon Voyage'

    This fall, French dream-pop act Melody’s Echo Chamber will be playing a series of shows in the United States. The recording artist, born Melody Prochet, will be coming to America in support of her new album, Bon Voyage, which is scheduled for release later this year. In early April, the singer...
  • Goldfinger announce new album 'The Knife'

    Goldfinger announce new album 'The Knife'

    It's been nine years since Goldfinger released a studio album (2008's Hello Destiny...), and while they have been playing shows here and there over the years, the outfit never had major plans to release any more tunes. Frontman John Feldmann, who is the only original member left in the band, has...
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    Interview: Biffy Clyro bassist James Johnston credits a fresh perspective to the success of the band’s latest album

    The explosive energy of Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro tore up the stage at Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD last night. With pummeling riffs and rhythmic hooks, their songs are dynamic bursts of creative energy packed with attitude as well as music that matters. Their current U.S. single “Howl,” off...
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    PJ Harvey brings air of gravity to Detroit area

    Polly Jean Harvey doesn’t tour the U.S. very much these days - save for a couple of coastal dates last year, it’s been at least five years since she’s made a trek between these shores. But what she lacks in frequency she makes up for in inventiveness. This time around, she’s brought a full 9-piece...
  • letlive. announce break-up

    letlive. announce break-up

    After fifteen years of delivering powerful and highly emotionally charged music, Los Angeles post-hardcore band letlive (stylized “letlive.”) have announced their breakup on Facebook, citing a "divergence of views and aims." In the post, the band also states that their origins and intentions in...
  • NEEDTOBREATHE announce fall 2017 tour, including return to Red Rocks on Sept. 10

    NEEDTOBREATHE announce fall 2017 tour, including return to Red Rocks on Sept. 10

    Although they’ve been performing for over a decade, 2016 was the biggest year yet for the South Carolina rock band NEEDTOBREATHE. Now, the group will keep the momentum going with a newly announced fall tour that includes a stop at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. NEEDTOBREATHE will bring the aptly-named All...
  • Dinosaur Jr., Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Fishbone are just a few bands who will be performing their full albums at Riot Fest in September. 

    Dinosaur Jr., Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Fishbone and more to perform full albums at Riot Fest

    U2 won’t be the only notable rock band performing one of their biggest albums in full during a festival set this year. On Thursday, a day following Riot Fest’s epic lineup announcement, it was also revealed that a number of artists on the bill including Mayday Parade, Dinosaur Jr. and the Mighty...
  • Interview: Larry and His Flask stay true to their punk roots

    Interview: Larry and His Flask stay true to their punk roots

    According to Jamin Marshall, drummer and co-founder of the band, Larry and His Flask is a whirlwind or pure energy. Listening in the car creates a steering wheel pounding, foot tapping journey. Seeing the band live is just a must-see experience. Out of central Oregon, the band got their start 1...
  • Frank Iero talks touring in Russia and his new album in a new interview with AXS. 

    Interview: Frank Iero talks touring Russia, the real sound of his new album and My Chemical Romance’s legacy

    Guitarist Frank Iero and his band, The Patience, are currently enjoying some well-deserved time off from touring. Their upcoming run of shows will be their third tour since 2017 began, having just spent some time over in Europe and Russia. The latter, which Iero pointed out, was “the hardest tour...
  • Paradise Rock Club to host Scottish trio Biffy Clyro

    Paradise Rock Club to host Scottish trio Biffy Clyro

    Paradise Rock Club will host Scottish alternative rock trio Biffy Clyro on Tuesday, April 11 at 8 p.m. The all-ages event will also include special guest O’Brother. Biffy Clyro is out on the road promoting their most recent studio long-player, Ellipsis, released back in July 2016 through 14th Floor...
  • X celebrates 40th anniversary with even more US tour dates

    X celebrates 40th anniversary with even more US tour dates

    Iconic L.A. punk rockers X are making sure everyone gets a piece of the action this year. In celebration of their 40th anniversary, the band announced a second leg to their milestone tour, which kicks off July 2 with an appearance at Burger Boogaloo at Mosswood Park in Oakland, Calif. The tour gets...
  • Music video visionaries OK Go coming to Denver's Gothic Theatre on June 9

    Music video visionaries OK Go coming to Denver's Gothic Theatre on June 9

    Call it OK Go IRL. Web video visionaries OK Go are heading to Denver on June 9 for a performance at the Gothic Theatre. Tickets for the concert will go on sale this Friday, March 31, right here on AXS.com. If you’ve never seen an OK Go video, find a comfy couch and visit the band’s YouTube page, for...
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    Yellowcard's final tour lands at San Diego's Observatory

    It has been an impressive 20-year career that is coming to an end. Formed in Jacksonville, Fla., Yellowcard is hanging up their hats following their final U.S. farewell tour. After two decades and 10 albums, Yellowcard ends their tour, and their careers, at the Anaheim House of Blues on March 2...
  • PJ Harvey coming to Dallas for first time in a decade

    PJ Harvey coming to Dallas for first time in a decade

    PJ Harvey is on a rare tour through North America and will visit 15 cities across the country, hitting both coasts and the cities in between. The Bomb Factory posted on Twitter that she will even play their club in Dallas during the tour. It is the first time that PJ Harvey has played Dallas in over...
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain announce North American spring tour

    The Jesus and Mary Chain announce North American spring tour

    After nearly 20 years, The Jesus and Mary Chain will finally release a full-length album this March. In support of their new LP Damage and Joy, the alt rock legends have mapped out a spring tour, kicking off on May 9 in St. Paul, Minnesota. The nine-city North American trek will take the Reid...
  • Depeche Mode launch exclusive presale site for North American tour

    Depeche Mode launch exclusive presale site for North American tour

    Today (Feb. 23) Depeche Mode launched a new website that lets fans get a place in line to buy tickets to their North American tour. All you have to do is go to this site and fill out your information. It will then save you a place in line to buy tickets once dates are announced. Fans can get a...
  • Electric Guest is hitting the road in support of their excellent new album 'Plural'

    Interview: Electric Guest on their new album, touring and why less is sometimes more

    The sophomore album carries a certain mystique. For bands who have experienced breakout success with their debut, there’s the pressure of proving you still possess a signature sound, while staking out new ground for the future. After a five year break, the L.A.-based indie pop band Electric Guest is...
  • Young the Giant add new tour dates with stops at Red Rocks and Santa Barbara Bowl

    Young the Giant add new tour dates with stops at Red Rocks and Santa Barbara Bowl

    Anchored by their outstanding third album Home of the Strange, 2016 was a breakout year for the alt rock band Young The Giant. After playing back-to-back shows at the Ogden in Denver last fall, Young The Giant is again returning to the Mile High City, this time at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre...
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