The Dead Rabbitts Announce The Shapeshiftour

SUMMER HEADLINING TOUR WITH THE RELAPSE SYMPHONY, NIGHTMARES,
AND MYKA, RELOCATE
(Phoenix, AZ) – Metalcore super group The Dead Rabbitts has announced the first set of dates for their summer headlining tour, The Shapeshiftour. The band, which features members of Escape The Fate and former members of Alesana, Motionless in White, Eyes Set to Kill, and Greeley Estates, will start their run in San Diego on 6/20. Supporting acts on tour will include The Relapse Symphony (Standby Records), Nightmares (Rise Records), and Myka, Relocate (Artery Recordings). Tickets will be on sale Friday and Saturday of this week. Additional dates to be announced soon.

The tour is named after the band’s upcoming debut full-length album Shapeshifter. The record will be released on July 1st via Tragic Hero Records, but pre-orders are now available here. Fans also have the chance to grab some limited edition merch bundles along with an immediate download of “My Only Regret.”

TOUR DATES:

6/20 @ SOMA – San Diego, CA
6/21 @ White Oak Music Hall – Van Nuys, CA
6/22 @ Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA
6/24 @ DNA Lounge – San Francisco, CA
6/25 @ Branx – Portland, OR
6/26 @Studio Seven – Seattle, WA
6/28 @Stage 112 – Missoula, MT
6/30@ Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
7/1 @ Marquis Theater – Denver, CO
7/3 @ Mojoes – Joliet, IL
7/5 @ Agora Ballrom – Cleveland, OH
7/6 @ The Loft – Lansing, MI
7/7 @ Sneaky Dees – Toronto, ON
7/8 @ La Sala Rossa – Montreal, QC
7/9 @ Palladium – Worcester, MA
7/10 @ Bogies – Albany, NY
7/11 @ Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
7/12 @ Webster Underground – Hartford, CT
7/13 @ Amityville Music Hall – Amityville, NY
7/14 @ Empire – Springfield, VA
7/15 @ Planet Trog – Whitehall, PA
7/17 @ Greene Street Club – Greensboro, NC
7/18 @ Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
7/19 @ 1904 Music Hall – Jacksonville, FL
7/20 @ Backbooth – Orlando, FL
7/23 @ Dirty Dog – Austin, TX
7/24 @ Tomcats – Dallas, TX
7/26 @ Pub Rock – Temple, AZ


MORE DATES WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON!

Tracklisting:
1. My Only Regret
2. Nothin But A Reject
3. Make Me Believe It (Feat. Caleb Shomo)
4. Shapeshifter
5.  Dear In the Headlights
6.  Bats In The Belfry
7.  Ghosts In My Bedroom
8.  The Air I Breathe Is You
9.  Keep Tellin Yourself You Were Right
10. Edge Of Reality
11. Black Cloud

ERRA Announce Tour with Glass Cloud, Scale the Summit, Reflections, and Monuments

(Birmingham, AL) – ERRA has announced a new tour with Glass Cloud, Scale the Summit, REFLECTIONS and MONUMENTS. The 33 date tour starts on 7/15 and ends on 8/21. Tickets are set to go on sale Friday.

ERRA will be performing songs from their recent full-length album Augment, which debuted at number one on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and is available on iTunes.

They recently finished a run with REFLECTIONS and VEIL OF MAYA where they made a stop at the South By So What?! festival. Watch an interview with vocalist/guitarist Jesse Cash on The Indie Movement.
07.15 @ empire – springfield, va
07.16 @ the barbary – philadelphia, pa
07.18 @ amityville music hall – amityville, ny
07.19 @ gramercy theatre – new york, ny
07.20 @ the palladium – worcester, ma
07.22 @ la sala rossa – montreal, qc
07.23 @ hard luck – toronto, on
07.24 @ the stache – grand rapids, mi
07.25 @ reggie’s – chicago, il
07.26 @ the garage – burnsville, mn
07.27 @ west end cultural centre – winnipeg, mb
07.29 @ the den, calgary, ab
07.31 @ the rio theatre, vancouver, bc
08.01 @ chop suey – seattle, wa
08.02 @ hawthorne theatre – portland, or
08.03 @ oakland metro – oakland, ca
08.04 @ the lyric – los angeles, ca
08.05 @ southern nevada sports – las vegas, nv
08.06 @ the underground – mesa, az
08.07 @ launchpad – albuquerque, nm
08.08 @ bluebird theater – denver, co
08.09 @ jackpot – lawrence, ks
08.10 @ fubar – st. louis, mo
08.11 @ park street saloon – columbus, oh
08.12 @ the concourse – knoxville, tn
08.13 @ blind tiger – greensboro, nc
08.14 @ 1904 music hall – jacksonville, fl
08.15 @ propaganda – lake worth, fl
08.16 @ backbooth – orlando, fl
08.17 @ vinyl at center stage – atlanta, ga
08.19 @ tomcats – fort worth, tx
08.20 @ red 7 – austin, tx
08.21 @ fitzgerald’s – houston, tx

A Skylit Drive on the Cover of Substream Magazine

(Lodi, CA) – The summer is finally here and our favorite tour is just around the corner! This year Substream Magazine wanted to do something special to celebrate the hard working men and woman of this year’s Warped Tour. In doing so, they have released two special edition issue covers, “The Guys of Warped Tour 2014″ and “The Gals of Warped Tour 2014″.

“The Guys of Warped Tour 2014” issue features Michael “Jag” Jagmin from post-hardcore band A Skylit Drive. The group will be supporting their recent full-length album Rise, which is available on iTunes.

Jag is in good company on the cover as he shares the page with Chris Fronzak (Attila), Aaron Melzer (Secrets), and Spencer Charnas (Ice Nine Kills). Pre-order the magazine here.

Illuminate Me Announce Tour Dates

(Tampa, FL) – Metalcore group Illuminate Me announced a short run of tour dates that will start on June 9th. Their debut album I have Become a Corpse will be out this summer via Tragic Hero Records and features some of the best guest vocalists in the business such as Garrett Rapp (The Color Morale), Jerry Roush (ex-Of Mice & Men and current vocalist for Glasscloud), and Landon Tewers (The Plot In You).
June 9 – Planet Sarbez
St. Augustine, FL
June 10 – A&M Theater
Panama City, FL
June 11 – The Shed
Dothan, AL
June 12 – Greelight Sound Studio
Augusta, GA
June 13 – TBA
June 14 – Ground Control
Spartanburg, SC
June 15 – The Masquerade
Atlanta, GA

Bad Luck Announce Album Pre-Order, New Song Premiere on AbsolutePunk.net

(Daytona Beach, FL) -Punk band Bad Luck has announced the pre-order for the re-release of their record Cold Bones this summer, but you can head over to AbsolutePunk to hear the song “King of the Ring ’98.” Fans who pre-order the album can also get exclusive merch bundles only available through this release.

For the new version, Bad Luck brought back previous producer I Am the Avalanche drummer Brett Romnes and added platinum producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, Hoobastank, Something Corporate) to the mix. It will be available via Tragic Hero Records on July 15th.
 
 

The Dead Rabbitts (feat. Craig Mabbitt) Release Lyric Video and Album Pre-Order

(Phoenix, AZ) – The wait is over for fans of metalcore super group The Dead Rabbitts (featuring members of Escape The Fate and former members of Alesana, Motionless in White, Eyes Set to Kill, and Greeley Estates). The band has teamed up with Revolvermag.com to premiere the official lyric video for their song “My Only Regret.”

The track is the first single from their upcoming album Shapeshifter, which will be out on July 1st via Tragic Hero Records (see below for album art and full tracklisting).

Pre-orders for the new album are now available here. Fans also have the chance to grab some limited edition merch bundles along with an immediate download of “My Only Regret.”

Tracklisting:
1. My Only Regret
2. Nothin But A Reject
3. Make Me Believe It (Feat. Caleb Shomo)
4. Shapeshifter
5.  Dear In the Headlights
6.  Bats In The Belfry
7.  Ghosts In My Bedroom
8.  The Air I Breathe Is You
9.  Keep Tellin Yourself You Were Right
10. Edge Of Reality
11. Black Cloud

The Dead Rabbitts (feat. Craig Mabbitt) Release Lyric Video Teaser

(Phoenix, AZ) – Metalcore super group The Dead Rabbitts (featuring members of Escape the Fate) has released a teaser for their new lyric video “My Only Regret.” The song will be on the band’s highly anticipated follow up to 2012’s Edge of Reality.

This Friday, the band and their label Tragic Hero Records will announce final album details including title, release date, tracklisting, and of course, the full lyric video.
About The Dead Rabbitts: 
The Dead Rabbitts are a metalcore super group from Phoenix, AZ. The band is comprised of Craig Mabbitt (Escape the Fate), Alex Torres (Eyes Set to Kill, Greeley Estates, Alesana), TJ Bell (Escape the Fate, Motionless in White), and Chris Julian. The music is largely reminiscent of Mabbitt’s previous groups Blessthefall and The Word Alive with Mabbitt telling AltPress “this is what I wanted to do with The Word Alive.” It’s a heavier bombardment of sound than Escape The Fate fans will be used to, but is still filled with plenty of hooks and harmonies.