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Alexisonfire drop new song “The Season of the Flood”

Posted by on January 14, 2020

  Alexisonfire have released a new single called “The Season of the Flood.” This marks their third single in the past year, the first two being “Complicit” and “Familiar Drugs.” Frontman George Pettit expressed his love for guitarist Dallas Green’s vocals on the track: “I’m very proud of this new song. There were some first time […]

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Alexisonfire streaming new song “Complicit”

Posted by on May 24, 2019

Alexisonfire have unleashed another new single with “Complicit.” This is the second song these Canadian post-hardcore giants has released in nearly a decade as they dropped the first single, “Familiar Drugs,” back in February. Looking at the group’s recent Facebook feed, we’re hoping the band will announce a follow-up to 2009’s Old Crows / Young Cardinals. […]

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Alexisonfire premiere “Familiar Drugs” music video

Posted by on April 17, 2019

This passed February, Canadian metal outfit Alexisonfire released their first new song in a decade with “Familiar Drugs.” Today (17th) they teamed up with Consequence of Sound to premiere a video for the track . Guitarist Wade MacNeil had this to say about the video; “Everything came together really fast. Maxxis (the director) flew into Toronto […]

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Alexisonfire release first new song in a decade

Posted by on February 18, 2019

Alexisonfire dropped a new song “Familiar Drugs,” which is the band’s first new piece of music in nearly a decade. Co-vocalist Geroge Pettit says of the song, “‘Familiar Drugs’ is about recognizing you need to make a change in your life, being presented with the opportunity to make that change, and then choosing to do […]

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Download Festival announces over 65 more additional bands to 2018 lineup

Posted by on January 29, 2018

  The UK’s Download Festival has expanded their 2018 line up by adding over 65 more bands to their previously announced headliners. And still even more bands are expected to be announced as well. Download takes place at Donnington Park June 8-10, 2018. Previously Announced Headliners Ozzy Osbourne Guns N’ Roses Avenged Sevenfold Marilyn Manson […]

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Heavy Montreal lineup unveiled, Summer Slaughter to join it

Posted by on March 10, 2015

We’d already known that Slipknot and Faith No More were playing the Heavy Montreal Festival (aka, the best reason to go to Canada other than the exchange rate).  But yesterday, the Fest released the full lineup, and it’s ridiculous. Korn will be performing their debut album in full. Meshuggah is playing, as are Gojira and […]

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Former Alexisonfire singer/guitarist teams with Pink for new project

Posted by on September 9, 2014

Well, this is different. Former Alexisonfire singer/guitarist Dallas Green has teamed up with pop singer Pink for a new project, You+Me. Green’s post Alexisonfire project, City and Colour, has been more folky than the post-hardcore sound of the band he became known for, but this is a left turn for him and her, as the […]

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New & Noteworthy December 4th: Same Old Trip

Posted by on December 4, 2012

My friends, this is the time of year when the new release calendar dries up, artists start taking breaks for the holidays, and the music industry in America (along with most of the rest of the world) shuts down for a few weeks. It’s also usually the time when I look at the list of […]

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Gallows Get New Frontman – Alexisonfire’s Wade MacNeil

Posted by on August 9, 2011

Fans of Canadian post-hardcore band Alexisonfire were likely bummed out when they suddenly announced their breakup yesterday. In a posting on their website, singer George Petit claimed that the band’s breakup was “not amicable,” and stated that guitarist Wade MacNeil was asked to join another band. Now we know that the band he was asked to […]

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New & Noteworthy, November 2nd – Metal Militia

Posted by on November 2, 2010

The Big Four have only come together for one event in recent memory, but the success of that event has been the subject of many news stories, editorials, and reviews. It is also the subject of one box set that is the highlight of this week’s release cycle. Few, if any, events have generated as […]

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