Posts Tagged ‘Stray From The Path’

AUDIO: Stray From The Path – All Day & A Night (feat. Bryan Garris)

Following the incredible amount of controversy that surrounded ‘Goodnight Alt-Right’, New York’s Stray From The Path have now unveiled a stream of a new song, ‘All Day & A Night’, the second single from their soon-to-be-released eighth album, ‘Only Death Is Real’.

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NEWS: Stray From The Path announce UK tour for October 2017!

Currently ruffling a few feathers on the political front with the recent release of their new single, ‘Goodnight Alt-Right’, outspoken hardcore outfit Stray From The Path have announced dates of a headline tour across the UK this October in support of their forthcoming album, ‘Only Death Is Real’.

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NEWS: Stray From The Path confirm sixth album, ‘Only Death Is Real’!

Long Island’s Stray From The Path have never been ones to shy away from discussing political or social issues throughout their career, and that doesn’t seem to be changing any time soon. ‘Only Death Is Real’, the band’s sixth album, is set to drop on September 8th 2017 via Sumerian Records.

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LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival @ Birmingham (27/05/2017)

Date: May 27th 2017
Venue: NEC, Birmingham
Website: www.slamdunkmusic.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/slamdunkltd
Twitter: www.twitter.com/slamdunkmsuic

Another May Bank Holiday weekend means another Slam Dunk Festival, and now with over ten years in the game under their belt, it’s safe to say they’ve got this pretty much locked down now, securing Enter Shikari as their main stage headliners whilst they celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut full-length album, ‘Take To The Skies’.

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NEWS: Stray From The Path announce UK tour dates!

New York metalcore band Stray From The Path have announced a UK tour to coincide with their appearance at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival.

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NEWS: Frank Iero, Deaf Havana, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!

The day that the 2017 edition of Slam Dunk Festival is upon us draws ever closer, and with that the organisers have now announced a further wave of bands that will be composing this year’s line-up, which include what will be We Are The Ocean‘s final ever shows before parting ways.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Frank Iero & The Patience, Deaf Havana, Boston Manor, Madina Lake, and more.

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VIDEO: Stray From The Path – The House Always Wins

More politically charged and pissed off than ever before thanks to the latest US presidential campaigns, New York’s Stray From The Path have spat it all right back in our faces with their brand new track, ‘The House Always Wins’, their first new offering since their 2015 LP, ‘Subliminal Minds’.

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NEWS: The Amity Affliction line up headline UK shows for December 2016!

Aussie metalcore outfit The Amity Affliction have confirmed the dates of a forthcoming headline UK tour for December.

Support will come from fellow countrymen Northlane, alongside both Stray From The Path and Wage War, and you can find all the shows detailed below:

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FEATURE: How bands and musicians reacted to the UK leaving the EU!

Yesterday (June 24th 2016), after hours and hours of voting across the country, and then those votes being counted up, the UK made the decision to leave the EU. For those who aren’t quite sure what that is, that’s the European Union – a selection of countries across Europe that work together in a huge number of ways, including economically, travel, and trade, if we’re going to be super brief about it.

The UK has been a part of the EU for over four decades, and following the poll results is the first country (or, set of countries as it includes England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland) to decide to leave the union after being a part of it. Of course, such a decision has split the opinions of many up and down the country, and as it affects the music industry, many musicians have also expressed their feelings on this historic decision.

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NEWS: The Amity Affliction confirm UK tour for December 2016!

Follow a successful set at Download Festival over the weekend, Australian outfit The Amity Affliction have announced they’ll be returning to the UK again to finish off their year this December where they’ll be promoting their upcoming LP, ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’.

You can find all dates of the tour along with ticket information detailed below:

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