Set to return after the festival’s biggest year yet, Slam Dunk Festival have announced the first wave of bands for 2020 including UK rock titans Don Broco as the first headliner.
Rockstar Energy Disrupt Festival touched down in Hartford, CT at Xfinity Theatre on July 7th and demonstrated everything a festival should be, not only in lineup (Sum 41, Atreyu, The Used), but also in the conveniences offered.
The new kid in town in summer festivals is Sad Summer Festival. It made its way through Worcester, MA’s The Palladium on July 14th and with a bill featuring Mom Jeans, Four Years Strong, The Wonder Years and Mayday Parade. It did not disappoint!
The UK’s answer to Warped Tour gave alternative fans everything they wanted from Save Ferris, Moose Blood and PVRIS to Every Time I Die and Good Charlotte. Read our review and check out the photos here…
Slam Dunk Festival have unveiled another list of new additions for the May Bank Holiday weekender. Get more details inside…
New England punk rock band Four Year Strong has done an acoustic recording of their song “We All Float Down Here.”
New England punk rock band, Four Year Strong has released a new song called “Nice To Know!” This is the band’s first new track in about two years now.
The weather was great and the music was loud as we joined 80,000 rock fans for the first day of Download Festival 2017. Read our report here…
What better way to start to say goodbye to 2016 than with a set of glowing holiday trees and some great music? Four Year Strong took the stage in Worcester, MA for a hometown show on December 30th.
New England punk rock band Four Year Strong are getting into the Christmas spirit by releasing a cover of “Somewhere In My Memory” from the 1990 classic holiday movie Home Alone.
New England punk-rockers Four Year Strong are gearing up for one of the most anticipated releases of the summer with their forthcoming self-titled record coming out June 2nd via Pure Noise Records.
Four Year Strong came back this year with a new EP, Go Down In History, featuring a much faster pace and heavier sound than In Some Way, Shape, Or Form, released in 2011. “I think there was just an energy back into it,” Dan O’Connor says of their new sound. “We wanted it to be live songs that would be fun in the festival world,” he says knowing that Go Down In History would be released part way through Warped Tour 2014.
In support of their upcoming EP ‘Don’t Lose Your Cool’ out on November 29th, Baltimore-based rock outfit Diamond have premiered their first new song from the forthcoming release, entitled “Fix Of Mine,” streaming exclusively at the band’s Facebook page.