Posts Tagged ‘Taking Back Sunday’

LIVE: Taking Back Sunday @ O2 Ritz, Manchester (15/02/2017)

Date: February 15th 2017
Venue: O2 Ritz, Manchester
Support: Milestones / Frank Iero & The Patience
Website: www.takingbacksunday.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/takingbacksunday
Twitter: www.twitter.com/tbsofficial

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Withstanding the test of time much better than an awful lot of their contemporaries, part of Taking Back Sunday‘s key to ongoing success and consistently prominent name amongst their peers is their ability to in turn consistently put out material that maintains their ethos without compromising on quality or overly rehashed ideas. Seven albums and nearly two decades deep in their career, they’re back on UK soil.

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VIDEO: Taking Back Sunday – Call Come Running

Ahead of their headline UK tour later this month, New York melodic rock favourites Taking Back Sunday have now unveiled a video to accompany their song ‘Call Come Running’, the latest single of choice from their latest full-length offering, ‘Tidal Wave’.

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ALBUM: Taking Back Sunday – Tidal Wave

Release Date: September 16th 2016
Label: Hopeless Records
Website: www.takingbacksunday.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/takingbacksunday
Twitter: www.twitter.com/tbsofficial

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The rock world stood with their mouths wide open when alternative rockers Taking Back Sunday dropped their new single ‘Tidal Wave’ in June, as the forefathers of emo music emerged back onto the scene with a track that didn’t just sound like The Ramones and The Clash, but even escaped into Dropkick Murphys territory.

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NEWS: Taking Back Sunday confirm headline UK tour for February 2017!

With their new LP ‘Tidal Wave’ set to drop this Friday (September 16th 2016) via Hopeless Records, Taking Back Sunday have confirmed a headline UK run in support of the release.

The band will be hitting our shores in February 2017, joined by Frank Iero And The Patience, and you can find all the dates detailed below:

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VIDEO: Taking Back Sunday – You Can’t Look Back

Long Island pop-rock favourites Taking Back Sunday have just unveiled a video for ‘You Can’t Look Back’, the latest cut to be taken from their upcoming seventh full-length effort, ‘Tidal Wave’, which seems to bring a somewhat unexpected end to what at first seems a love and romance driven plot.

You can check out the video for ‘You Can’t Look Back’ below:

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VIDEO: Taking Back Sunday – Tidal Wave

Legendary emo rockers Taking Back Sunday have unveiled the first taste of their forthcoming new record‘Tidal Wave’, with a stream of the title track and its accompanying video:

The album is due for release on September 16th through Hopeless Records, and you can take the song for a spin below:

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NEWS: Taking Back Sunday announce new album, ‘Tidal Wave’, out September 16th!

Emo icons Taking Back Sunday have officially announced the release of their new album ‘Tidal Wave’, due out September 16 via Hopeless Records.

As front-man Adam Lazzara disclosed to Entertainment Weekly, the album will be a departure from band’s usual sound  – Adam has cited Tom Petty and Bryan Adams as influences and hinted that the record will have ‘more of an Americana feel’:

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NEWS: 49 bands contribute unreleased songs to Pulse benefit compilation!

In a stance of unity to do what they can to help the victims of the tragic mass shooting that took place at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida earlier this month (June 12th 2016), which left 50 people dead and a further 53 people injured, a collection of 49 bands from across the rock and punk community have contributed a selection of unreleased tracks towards a benefit compilation album, titled ‘Forever Beautiful: A Collection Of Love For Orlando’.

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FEATURE: 50 albums that turn 10 in 2016!

At the moment, it’s looking like 2016 is going to be a great year in terms of new albums, with a handful of huge bangers already out there and many more undoubted hits confirmed to be hitting out ears in the next few months. It’s also important to look back every so often, and it just turns out that a decade ago in 2006 was a great year for albums too.

Of course there are hundreds, but we filtered together 50 great albums that turn 10-years-old this year to remember those modern classics, accompanied with streams to bring ourselves a massive hit of euphoric nostalgia.

NOTE: These albums may bring intense levels and high frequencies of smiles, jumping, involuntary head nodding/banging and limb movements, and uncontrollable happiness.

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GETTING INTO: Victory Records, As Chosen by High Hopes

Victory Records

Chicago-based Victory Records has been a crucial platform for rock, emo, ska and metalcore bands since it’s creation back in 1989. Releasing albums by all kinds of bands from Hatebreed to Hawthorne Heights, the record label has remained relevant and prominent in the music scene for over two decades despite having very public legal disputes with the likes of Streetlight Manifesto and more recently A Day To Remember. Victory currently boast to have the likes of Comeback Kid and Terror on the books, and as of October 2015, Reading metalcore mob High Hopes have joined the roster to put out their second record ‘Sights and Sounds’ on February 5th. We managed to grab the new signings and to celebrate their new deal – and have all 5 members pick their individual favourite album from the Victory Records back catalogue and tell us what it means to them.

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