All Time Low and Pierce The Veil Announce ‘The Spring Fever Tour 2013’

Pop-punk favorites All Time Low have officially announced a spring tour with Pierce The Veil. The two-month trek kicks off April 11 in Tulsa, OK, and concludes with the final four shows in California. Providing support for the tour are special guests Mayday Parade and You Me At Six. The tour is being sponsored by Rockstar Energy… Continue reading

Bruce Springsteen, Metallica, and more Lead Top Grossing Rock Tours of 2012

The numbers are in, and the numbers don’t lie. Each year, Pollstar releases their annual rankings of the top-grossing touring shows/acts of the year. Rock acts had a strong year, nabbing 14 of the Top 50 slots. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band‘s Wrecking Ball Tour topped the rockers, grossing just… Continue reading

Anthrax Announce Departure of Lead Guitarist Rob Caggiano

With just under a month to go until the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, nominees Anthrax have announced that lead guitarist Rob Caggiano has left the band. The the specific reason(s) for the split are uncertain, however it seems to be on good terms. The remaining members of Anthrax released this statement today regarding Caggiano’s… Continue reading

Allman Brothers Band Announce Dates for Beacon Theatre in New York and More

The Allman Brothers Band have announced the dates for their 10-show stand at the historic Beacon Theatre in New York City. An annual tradition since 1989, the legendary southern rockers have played a residency every spring at the Beacon since then. The band will run from March 1 to March 16. “Yes, it’s… Continue reading

Attack Attack! Change Line-Up in 2013, Release New Single

Metalcore giants Attack Attack! have recently announced a huge line-up chance that includes the departure of vocalist Caleb Shomo and founding member, bassist John Holgado. The band has already replaced Shomo and Holgado with vocalist Phil Druyor, formerly of I Am Abomination, and bassist Tyler Sapp. Back in December, Holgado announced via Instagram that he would be… Continue reading