Russian Circles Announce European Tour
Russian Circles are not a band that slows down -- not at any point -- and with bassist Brian Cook no longer sharing his time with the now defunct These Arms Are Snakes, expect the grandiose instrumental band to be on the road much more. And if you're in Europe, expect the band to hit a stage near you next month...
These Arms Are Snakes Call It Quits
Since 2004, These Arms Are Snakes have been spreading their own flavor of post-hardcore through constant touring around the world and releasing three full-length albums and numerous small players on vinyl in between. Many people have wondered when the band was going to head back to the studio to create a follow-up to 2008's 'Tail Swallower and Dove,' which was the most successful release for the
Dead Meadow, ‘That Old Temple’ — Video
Live albums are interesting. Some bands just throw them out for the die-hard fans, or they use them to end a contract with a label. But not Dead Meadow. When it came time to document the final show from their 2009 Old Growth Tour, the band decided to make a film to coincide with the actual recorded concert, but this all happened on accident...
Narrows Vocalist Recaps the Tour That Almost Wasn’t
This past November, the multi-coastal -- and multi-country -- band Narrows pulled off their first East Coast tour, with a few Southern dips in the route, that many (including members of the band) thought was never going happen due to the battles with schedules and the miles that separate members of the hardcore supergroup that features members of Botch, Unbroken, These Arms Are Snakes and Tropics
Russian Circles Guitarist Almost Didn’t Get to Make ‘Geneva’
Many are going to call 'Geneva,' Russian Circles' third album, a return to a heavy frame of mind that wasn't displayed on the band's last effort, 2008's 'Station.' But for guitarist Mike Sullivan, 'Geneva' is much more than a loud record. "There are a lot of unsaid emotions," he told Noisecreep, while discussing what lies behind the record for himself...
Helms Alee to Debut New Tracks on Tour With Russian Circles, Young Widows
Seattle noise rockers Helms Alee -- a band of "friends that write and play music together" -- will hit the road this November with Russian Circles and Young Widows. The three-piece, which features former Harkonen and These Arms Are Snakes member Ben Verellen, will be debuting some new songs from their unfinished sophomore album on the nine-date trek...

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