"Wild Eyes" by Parkway Drive from the new album 'Atlas,' available now!
Parkway Drive's new video for "Sleepwalker" from the upcoming album 'Deep Blue'
"Karma" by Parway Drive from the album 'Deep Blue,' in stores now!
"Unrest" by Parkway Drive from the new album 'Deep Blue,' in stores now!
If there is one thing I've learned recently, it's that people really enjoy Parkway Drive. The band is certainly listenable, but I never realized how big their fan base was until recently. If you happen to be in said fan base, you should be pumped to hear that the band just announced a spring tour promoting their recent release, Atlas. The band will be joined by The Word Alive and Veil of Maya. Here are dates and a teaser video: (more…)
Judging by the volume of searches we see for Parkway Drive in our video database, clearly some of you Metal Injection junkies have love for the band. The Australian metalcore band is putting out a new album, Atlas this coming Tuesday and have decided to stream the whole sucker on Youtube beforehand to leave a good impression on you come next Tuesday. Listen in: (more…)
Audio Roundup: VISION OF DISORDER Full Album Stream, New Music From BISON BC, THIS OR THE APOCALYPSE, AS I LAY DYING, PARKWAY DRIVE
Let's kick the week off with a metric ton of new music! We have a full album stream from Vision Of Disorder, new music from Parkway Drive, This Or The Apocalypse, Bison BC and a snippet from As I Lay Dying
NY hardcore legends Vision Of Disorder new album, The Cursed Remain Cursed, doesn't come out until next Tuesday, but you can get a preview right now over at Metal Hammer, who are hosting a full album stream. Don't forget to check out their new video for "Set To Fail." (more…)
First up, we finally get a taste of what Mastodon's contributions to the Jonah Hex score are. Sterogum premiered a track titled "Indian Theme". It starts off sounding like really creepy Native American music and then kicks in to a Mastodonian jam. It sounds pretty fun. Don't expect any vocals though.
Above you can hear the first single from Serj Tankian's new album, titled "Borders Are." I really liked his 2007 release, Elect The Dead and I am a huge System fan, but this doesn't do it for me. I prefer the heavier side of Serj, not the ballads. Please, act accordingly, kthxbai. Serj's new album, Imperfect Harmonies, comes out September 7th on Warner.
Speaking of new tracks, the new Norma Jean track also streamable on Youtube called Deathbed Atheist off their upcoming release, Meridional. It's oooookay. If you like new Norma, this one's definitely up your ally.
More than one of you have asked for us to cover Parkway Drive more often on the site. Here goes: The band is streaming their entire new album on their MySpace page. Look at that! Some PD (not to be confused with PxDx) coverage for you.
This is what happens when there is only one major touring festival in the summer. All the other bands team up for "mega tours". First there is Summer Slaughter, and now the promoters of that tour are branching out to a second nation wide tour, the Thrash and Burn Tour.
Headlined by DARKEST HOUR, the tour begins on July 29. Support on the trek will come from PARKWAY DRIVE, MISERY SIGNALS, WINDS OF PLAGUE, STICK TO YOUR GUNS, ARSIS, LIGHT THIS CITY, ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS and AFTER THE BURIAL. Special guests scheduled to appear on select dates include SUICIDE SILENCE, AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK, EMMURE, VEIL OF MAYA, BROTHER VON DOOM and others to be announced later.
The current itinerary for the tour is as follows:
Jul. 29 – Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theatre
Jul. 30 – Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Theatre
Jul. 31 – Kansas City, KS – Beaumont
Aug. 01 – Dayton, OH – The Attic
Aug. 02 – Detroit, MI – Dirtfest
Aug. 03 – Milwaukee, WI – Robot Moshfest
Aug. 04 – Mokena, IL – The Pearl Room
Aug. 05 – Louisville, KY – Headliners
Aug. 06 – Cleveland, OH – Peabody's
Aug. 07 – Rochester, NY – Penny Arcade
Aug. 08 – Albany, NY – Northern Lights
Aug. 10 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
Aug. 15 – Worcester, MA – The Palladium
Aug. 16 – Baltimore, MD – Sonar
Aug. 17 – Virginia Beach, VA – The Norva
Aug. 18 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre
Aug. 19 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
Aug. 20 – St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre
Aug. 22 – San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit
Aug. 23 – Houston, TX – Java Jazz Outdoors
Aug. 24 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues
Aug. 25 – El Paso, TX – Club 101
Aug. 26 – Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theatre
Aug. 27 – Los Angeles, CA – House of Blues
Aug. 28 – San Diego, CA – Soma
Aug. 29 – Bakersfield, CA – The Dom
Sep. 03 – Seattle, WA – Studio Seven