|In The End||In the End|| |
|Knives and Pens||We Stitch These Wounds|| |
|Fallen Angels||Set The World On Fire|| |
|Rebel Love Song||Set The World On Fire|| |
|Goodbye Agony||Black Veil Brides|| |
|Perfect Weapon||We Stitch These Wounds|| |
|Heart Of Fire||Black Veil Brides|| |
|Saviour||Set The World On Fire|| |
|Lost It All||Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones|| |
|The Legacy||Set The World On Fire|| |
Black Veil Brides embarked on a North American tour, titled "The Church of the Wild Ones Tour" in support of the album, lasting from January–March, 2013. In February, they took a small break from the tour to headline the Kerrang! Tour in the UK, with supporting acts Chiodos, Tonight Alive, and Fearless Vampire Killers. They returned to North America to finish off the last leg of "The Church of the Wild Ones Tour".
They have released three EPs and four full-length studio albums. Dying Is Your Latest Fashion was the band's first album and only album with the vocalist Ronnie Radke. This War Is Ours was released on October 21, 2008. This album departed from the band's earlier emo, darker sound, to a more hard rock, mainstream sound. Less screamed vocals are used and the album has a varied, mixed sound changing from track to track. It is the first Escape the Fate album to with the former Blessthefall singer Craig Mabbitt. The album debuted at #35 on the Billboard 200, selling 13,000 copies in the first week. Their third studio album, Escape the Fate, was released worldwide on November 2, 2010. It was the band's only album released on DGC/Interscope following their departure with Epitaph.
After years of drama and speculation following Ronnie Radke’s departure from Escape The Fate, the talented frontman lifts himself from the depths of adversity to emerge as one of the most dynamic and talented stars in the music scene today. Joining Radke on his forward climb to claim his position at the top are Jacky Vincent (Lead Guitar), Ryan Seaman (Aiden, I Am Ghost) on drums, bass player Mika Horiuchi and rhythm guitarist Derek Jones.
“Raised By Wolves,” the first digital single from Falling In Reverse is a 3:25 minute journey into the mind of Radke - where his brutally honest lyrics break down his tumultuous past, while Falling In Reverse’s ferocious sonic breakdowns pick up right where Ronnie leaves off - shredding guitar solos, massive hooks and in your face guitar riffs, reminding us all of what Ronnie is capable of…
Southern California quintet Of Mice & Men refer to it as Restoring Force. Not only does that serve as the title for the group’s third full-length album for Rise Records and follow-up to 2011 breakout The Flood, but it also sums up their unbreakable spirit. Enduring lineup shifts and a constant uphill battle to be heard, the band—Austin Carlile [lead vocals], Alan Ashby [rhythm guitars], Phil Manansala [lead guitar], Aaron Pauley [bass, vocals], and Valentino “Tino” Arteaga [drums]—emerges stronger than ever.
“What happens after a disaster? What happens after The Flood?” asks Carlile. “You return to normal. You find balance again. That’s what we felt like we were doing with this album. We officially added Aaron, and this is exactly where we needed to be with our sound. We wanted this record to bring equilibrium back to our band and music. We’re letting everyone know that we’re here to stay. We’re Restoring Force.”
Motionless in White is signed to Fearless Records and have released three studio albums; their most recent, Reincarnate, was released on September 15, 2014 in United Kingdom and then on September 16, 2014 worldwide.
The band’s latest album “What Separates Me From You” on Victory Records debuted at # 11 on the Billboard Top 200 selling over 58,000 copies first week and the first single off the album, the guitar-charged anthem “All I Want” was one of 2011’s most played songs at alternative radio. The album also debuted as the # 1 Rock Album in the UK.
The band featuring vocalist Jeremy Mckinnon, guitarists Nell Westfall and Kevin Skaff, bassist Joshua Woodard and drummer Alex Shelnutt not only sold out nearly every date on their headline tour supporting the new album, they did it all around the world – UK, Europe, Australia, Southeast Asia, South America and more.
The band headlined the Warped Tour in summer 2011 to record crowds. The band has been a mainstay on the major worldwide festivals including Soundwave (Australia), Bamboozle (US), Rock am Ring / Park (Germany), Redding Leeds (UK), Download (UK) and KROQ’s Weenie Roast (US), among others.
A Day To Remember was MTV Buzzworthy’s “Breakthrough Band Of The Year” in 2011. The band has performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC), Hoppus On Music (Fuse) with their songs used in television programming as diverse as MTV’s Jersey Shore and ESPN. They have graced magazine covers worldwide in Alternative Press, Kerrang, Rock Sound, Blunt and have been featured in USA Today, Billboard Magazine, Guitar World and others.
Now, Hollywood Undead's fourth full-length album, and first for Interscope Records, Day of the Dead sees the genre-hopping six-piece reflect in a different way. The group—Johnny 3 Tears, J-Dog, Charlie Scene, Danny, Funny Man, and Da Kurlzz—collectively channels the kinetic aggression and wild humor that captivated millions on their platinum-certified 2008 debut Swan Songs, yet they couple it with a wiseass wisdom and sharp songwriting honed over the course of nearly a decade on the road. It's been quite the ride too.
Their most recent offering Notes From the Underground seized the #2 spot on the Billboard Top 200 upon its 2013 debut, while its predecessor 2011's American Tragedy, another top 5 entry, quickly approaches gold status. The boys have sold out countless headline shows worldwide and toured with everybody from Avenged Sevenfold to Stone Sour, while appearing at global festivals including Download, Rock on the Range, Rock In Rio, Family Values, and more.
However, at the start of 2014, the masked madmen found themselves in a rather precarious, if not familiar, position when their previous record label folded.
Bring Me the Horizon released their debut album Count Your Blessings in 2006. Upon release, the album was met with great polarisation amongst the public and critical disdain. The band began to break away from their controversial sound with Suicide Season, which proved to be a creative, critical and commercial turning point for the band. Bring Me the Horizon then released their third album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret. in 2010, propelling them to greater international fame, whilst incorporating influences from classical, electronica and pop.
Bullet for My Valentine's debut album, The Poison, was released on 3 October 2005 in the United Kingdom and on 14 February 2006 in the United States to coincide with Valentine's Day, in a nod to the band's name. The album entered the US Billboard 200 at number 128. It was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.