Post-Hardcore quintet Senses Fail have announced the details of two upcoming livestream events where they’ll be performing ‘Still Searching’ and ‘Let It Enfold You’ in their entirety.
Both sets were recorded using a 360 degree tracking camera as well as steadicams at Joshua Tree, California with the set for the performance of ‘Still Searching’ set to air on July 29th 2021 whereas ‘Let It Enfold You’ will air a week later on August 5th 2021.
Frontman Buddy Nelson said the following on the sets.
“Joshua Tree is tied to many significant life changing events for me and the band. I heard the news of my first child, was a witness and first responder to a horrific accident, received news of a new president and experienced life altering connections with nature and family.
As a human I have done my best to survive and to ultimately flourish, I see the desert of Joshua Tree as a similar example of desolate space that thrives. My internal narrative can sometimes be desolate but I have always found a way to grow and persist despite harsh conditions. The desert has shown me that life is both beautiful and tragic and that both of them must exist in each other’s arms to feel the full spectrum of what the universe has to offer.
I can think of no better place to perform out two most popular and life changing records that deep in the heart go to the
Tickets for the events can be purchased via the following link.
Seminal post-hardcore group, Thursday, are celebrating the twentieth anniversary of their breakout album Full Collapse and the tenth anniversary of their latest full-length No Devolución with a special livestream performance this Friday, May 14th at 7:30pm EST. The event, titled Signals V3 – Full Devolución, is the third in the band’s Signals series of virtual performances and features support from Kayleigh Goldsworthy and A.A. Williams. While little has been revealed yet for what’s in store for fans during Signals V3 – Full Devolución, previous editions have featured surprise appearances by members of My Chemical Romance, Against Me, Coheed and Cambria, Texas Is The Reason and Quicksand.
The band also announced their Signals V3 ‘CITY OF BLUE TILE’ Bundle today, which features a limited edition, one-off vinyl variant of their debut album Waiting as well as a Signals V3 ticket and setlist that is signed by all of the band members. Bundles are available at 3pm ET on May 10th, and tickets are available now at thursday.show, including tickets that buyers can donate to other fans, as well as exclusive Full Devolución merchandise.
Commenting on the album anniversaries and upcoming performance, Geoff Rickly adds: “After the absolute insanity of the first two Signals streams, we couldn’t be more excited that we are bringing the whole band together to play some music. We think of Full Collapse and No Devolucion as book ends to the band’s sleepless decade and we can’t think of a better time to celebrate those years than on the anniversary of another decade passing. We‘ll be playing some of these songs live for the very first time. It might look like we are closing a chapter but it feels like we’re opening a book.”
Jamie Lenman has shared details of a livestream titled as ‘Separation Event’, which will be presented by Audiotree.
The event will broadcast on May 19th 2021 at 8:00PM (UK time), and will see Lenman joined by a number of guests whilst he performs his ‘King Of Clubs’ mini-record in full along with a handful of brand new songs too.
The guests who will feature with Lenman for the livestream include Sam Matlock (Wargasm), Will Gardner (Black Peaks), Djamila Azzouz (Ithaca), Jen Hingley (False Advertising), Space(Never Not Nothing), Damien Sayell (The St. Pierre Snake Invasion), and more.
Tickets for the upcoming livestream event are on sale now and are priced at £11 in Advance and £14 on the day. They can be purchased via the following link.
Ticket holders can watch the show on demand for up to 72 hours following the start of the event.
US quartet Knocked Loose have announced details of a livestream event titled as Live From The Blue Room, which will be held next month.
The band announced news of the livestream on their social media platforms, which will broadcast on May 15th 2021 at 5:00AM.
On the livestream the band say:
“We’ve been quiet, and we’ve been patient, but we couldn’t wait any longer to get in a room and play some music together. So join us LIVE FROM THE BLUE ROOM, one night only, for the first time in over a year, May 14th!
We’ve worked hard in creating a visual experience that hopefully makes up for the fact that we can’t see you in person. We’re counting down the days until we can get back on the road, and we know you can’t wait either, so in the meantime check this out!
See you in The Blue Room.”
Tickers for the event and exclusive merchandise can be purchased online from the following link.
Ticket holders will be sent an access link to the livestream approximately three hours ahead of the broadcast time.
BABYMETAL will be premiering an epic stream showcasing their 10-show-run at Tokyo venue Budokan.
SU-METAL and MOAMETAL marked the band’s 10th anniversary earlier this year with a mammoth run of gigs at the legendary Japanese venue, and will now be broadcasting footage from all dates on Saturday, June 26 at 9pm JST – check out an awesome trailer below, and get your tickets via the following link.
The singer added: “Better Without You talks about all the obstacles along the way, moving from the past into the present time. I have different parts of the song that are assigned to different people and entities in my mind. But I don’t think calling people out when I’ve already defeated all my monsters along the way is really something I want to do.”
Check out the video below.
Evanescence have also announced that they’ll be playing several songs from The Bitter Truth live for the first time during a livestream next month.
Saying goodbye to the I Disagree era, Poppy has announced the details of a livestream event.
The show which will premiere on April 24 through Veeps, this livestream will see the musician running through her first whole set following the postponement of her UK and European tour last year due to coronavirus.