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Tag Archives: Protest the Hero

August Burns Red to celebrate ‘Messengers’ with tour, Protest the Hero & more join

Posted by on October 18, 2016

While Messengers was Pennsylvania metalcore band August Burns Red’s sophomore album, it was the first one with their current lineup, and really solidified them as a force to be reckoned with. If you weren’t feeling old at all, that album will be celebrating its 10th anniversary next June. The band will be commemorating it’s decade in […]

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Protest The Hero announce release date for ‘Pacific Myth’

Posted by on October 6, 2016

Things have been very quiet since Protest The Hero launched a subscription service for their EP Pacific Myth. and, while we all knew the album was still in the works, we didn’t have an exact release date for it, but everyhing have already come to place and we have a firm date for it. Pacific Myth is scheduled […]

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Pathways guitarist Jon Rose’s top five concept albums

Posted by on April 20, 2016

This past Friday (15), Floridian quintet Pathways released their debut EP, Dies Irae, on Tragic Hero Records. The EP is far from their first recording, though. The band have self-released several EPs and a single since their formation in 2012. Featuring dual 8-string guitars, there’s a lot of prog and even some classical mixed in their […]

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Protest The Hero announce details on release of upcoming EP

Posted by on April 19, 2016

Protest The Hero are known for something more than just their music, and that’s the creative, outside-the-box ideas they’ve done to support their music. From their record breaking crowdfunding campaign to releasing an app to reveal the artwork of their previous album Volition, the Canadians are always finding ways to make their music profitable. Since October last […]

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Protest the Hero launch subscription service, new song

Posted by on October 16, 2015

There’s so many way to subscribe to music these days: Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Prime, Protest the Hero. Wait, what? Yes, as of yesterday, the band, which crowdfunded their last album, Volition, have found a new way for fans to hear their music. “Pacific Myth” is what the band’s new platform is called, and […]

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Protest the Hero to play Kezia in Canada

Posted by on August 31, 2015

Protest the Hero released their debut album Kezia back in 2005. Now, a decade later, the band will be playing the album in its entirety with their original line-up on a 12-date tour across Canada. The band made the announcement on their official website: “We have been waiting to announce this little gem for a while now! Ever since […]

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Protest the Hero’s guitarist trips, slips, flips offstage

Posted by on August 14, 2015

At a recent show in St. Petersburg, Russia, Protest the Hero guitarist Tim Millar was filming the crowd with a camera in the middle of a song when he wandered offstage. There’s a valuable lesson to be learned about how douchy selfie sticks are, and hopefully you’ll watch and learn. The band seemed to have […]

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Rody Walker Asks to join Alexandria

Posted by on January 29, 2015

It’s pretty obvious that Protest the Hero need to get back in the studio. I mean, if you watched frontman Rody Walker change a lightbulb a week or two ago, it’s obvious that the guy’s got some time on his hands. Time even enough to make an audition video for Asking Alexandria. His tongue is […]

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Protest the Hero might do it themselves again

Posted by on January 15, 2015

The last time Protest the Hero recorded an album, they did it via crowdfunding. It turned out to be a great move for the band. Initially seeking $125,000 to record the album, they wound up making over $340,000 via Indiegogo to fund Volition. Judging from  a video that singer Rody Walker posted and a Tweet from the band, it […]

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The Faceless lose another member

Posted by on December 5, 2014

In October, The Faceless lost half their band when bassist Evan Brewer and drummer Alex Rüdinger quit, forcing the band to drop off a European tour with Protest the Hero. Now Lambgoat is reporting that vocalist Geoff Ficco has left the band as well. Ficco was very diplomatic in his departure statement: “After nearly four years with […]

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