2014 seems to be the year of the resurrection of popular Canadian ’90s bands, and we couldn’t be happier! The Tea Party have just released their first new album in 10 years, The Ocean At The End. After having briefly reunited in 2011 for a handful of Australian and Canadian tour dates, they began writing in Byron Bay, Australia. Having put their issues aside and rekindled their friendships, this new release definitely picks up right where the band left off.

Heavy metal trio Castle have just revealed plans for a month-long headlining jaunt throughout Canada this October to further support their new, critically acclaimed album ‘Under Siege.’ The stretch will kick off in London, Ontario on October 3rd and include a handful of dates with Canadian heavy metal acts including Cauldron and Anciients. A full listing of dates can be found below.

Critically-acclaimed post-hardcore outfit KEN Mode have premiered a video for the track “The Promises of God” online – watch it below. “The Promises of God” was taken from KEN Mode’s new album, ‘Entrench’. KEN Mode has also announced a brief North American tour. The tour, which starts on August 30 will bookend their forthcoming appearance at the 2014 edition of the Hopscotch Festival. A list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.

Kings of Leon’s Serpents & Snakes Records is excited to announce that Turbo Fruits has confirmed a run of headlining tour dates for September 2012, when they will hit the road in support of their forthcoming full-length record, ‘Butter’ (out September 11th). The 12-date tour kicks off on September 5th in Birmingham, AL, and winds its way around the Southeast, Midwest, and East Coast, culminating with a performance at Austin, TX’s Beerland. Having recently wrapped up a 65-day tour with Deer Tick, Turbo Fruits’ spastic, explosive live act is tighter than ever. The complete list of tour dates is below.

Veteran rock band Clutch have just announced a 9 date headlining tour beginning May 20th in Reading, PA to promote their forthcoming ‘Basket Of Eggs’ project, as well as serving as an extended warm up run for their large scale European Festival tour in June. The 10 day south-eastern US run (dates below) will feature Maylene & the Sons of Disaster as main support. Clutch will keep the average ticket price for these shows to a fan friendly $17.50.