Haste the Day Decide to Break Up
It's not a good year for fans of Indiana Christian metalcore bands. Less than a month after Gwen Stacy broke up, Haste the Day have announced their plans to disband in 2011. "We mainly feel as though we have created the best music we can and believe it is now time to move on to the next stage of our lives," bassist and sole founding member Mike Murphy said in a statement on the band's we
Haste the Day Plotting Tour With Enter Shikari
They may have just wrapped up a successful stint on this summer's Warped Tour, but Indiana's Haste the Day are wasting no time. Beginning Oct. 1, Haste the Day will embark on a fall tour where they will be co-headlining a trek with Enter Shikari called Destabilize North America...
Haste the Day, ‘Attack of the Wolf King’ — New Album
Christian metalcore fiends Haste the Day have debuted 'Travesty,' the lead single from their new album, 'Attack of the Wolf King.' The predatorily titled new album will be out June 29 through longtime label Solid State. 'Wolf King' is the band's fifth album, and 'Travesty' features plenty of shred and screamworks, along with lots of melodic finesse...
Warped Tour 2010 Includes Dillinger Escape Plan, Suicide Silence
The last few years, Kevin Lyman's Warped Tour has become more metal than your mother's kettle, so to speak. Rather than serve strictly as a platform for punk, ska and emo, Warped has become an all-inclusive affair, featuring bands like Underoath, the Devil Wears Prada, In This Moment and Killswitch Engage...

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