Posts Tagged ‘Sworn In’

LIVE: Never Say Die! Tour @ Club Academy, Manchester (06/11/2017)

Date: November 6th 2017
Venue: Club Academy, Manchester
Support: Polaris / Lorna Shore / Kublai Khan / Sworn In / Chelsea Grin / Deez Nuts
Website: www.emmurecult.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/emmure
Twitter: www.twitter.com/emmuremusic

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Doing their part as much as they can to promote and give back to the scene, and to be much more than just an international merchandise and clothing store, Impericon not only having their annual touring festival, but also their smaller tour run named the Never Say Die! Tour across Europe to end off their year. For the 2018 edition, New York breakdown devotees Emmure are enlisted for headline duties.

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VIDEO: Sworn In – All Smiles

Alongside the release of their third full-length album ‘All Smiles’, which dropped just under a week ago now, Illinois based emocore outfit Sworn In have now unveiled an edgy video to accompany the record’s title-track.

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NEWS: Emmure to headline Impericon Never Say Die! Tour 2017!

The annual Impericon Never Say Die! Tour is set to roll through Europe once again this November, and the line-up and full list of dates have now been confirmed. Headlining this year’s run will be Emmure, who dropped their latest album ‘Look At Yourself’ earlier this year.

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VIDEO: Sworn In – Dread All

Edgy metalcore outfit Sworn In have just debuted a video to accompany another single from their soon-to-be-released third album, ‘All Smiles’. The video for the new track, ‘Dread All’, is a flashy affair, and sees frontman Tyler Dennen quite involved with a projector.

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VIDEO: Sworn In – Don’t Look At Me

Illinois based edgy and lamenting metalcore troupe Sworn In have quickly followed up their latest single ‘Make It Hurt’ with a video for ‘Don’t Look At Me’, the second offering to be taken from the band’s soon-to-be-released third record, ‘All Smiles’.

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NEWS: Sworn In detail third album, ‘All Smiles’, out June 30th 2017!

Illinois based emotionally tortured metalcore quartet Sworn In have just confirmed details surrounding their follow-up to their 2015 full-length, ‘The Lovers/The Devil’. The band’s third album, ‘All Smiles’, is set for release on June 30th 2017, and is their first offering via Fearless Records.

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NEWS: Sworn In sign deal with Fearless Records!

After a bit of inactivity over 2016 in terms of new music, bar the release of their one-off single ‘Endless Gray’ (here), Illinois based and emotionally driven metalcore quintet Sworn In have now announced that they’ve signed and deal and joined the roster over at Fearless Records.

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VIDEO: Sworn In – Endless Gray

Having only released their sophomore LP ‘The Lovers/The Devil’ just over a year ago, and deciding in recent months to go completely independent, Illinois’ angriest and most volatile emos Sworn In have just dropped a video to accompany their brand new single, ‘Endless Gray’. The band have explained that this song marks “the start of something new.”

You can stream and watch the video for the song ‘Endless Gray’ via the embedded player posted below:

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NEWS: Sworn In part ways with guitarist, Zakary Gibson!

After spending five years in total with Sworn In, originally joining the band back in 2011, guitarist Zakary Gibson has now stepped away from the band, as confirmed in a couple of tweets that Gibson posted via his official Twitter account earlier this week. He featured on both of the band’s full-length records, ‘The Death Card’ and ‘The Lovers/The Devil’, the latter of which was released last year.

You can take a look at both of Gibson‘s tweets confirming that he has decided to part ways with the band below:

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FEATURE: 50 Bands To Look Out For In 2016!

Whether you’re looking for a brand new band to blow you away, or looking forward to one of your favourite bands releasing an eagerly awaited follow-up, we’ve got you covered as we pick out 50 bands to watch out for throughout the course of 2016. So, grab a seat, get comfy, and delve into our list below for the absolute best of rock, punk, hardcore, metal, indie, emo, and everything inbetween, to find out exactly who you should be checking out this year and why.

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