Thursday afternoon, June 22nd, I headed out to Tampa, Florida to go see Thrice open for Rise Against and Deftones.
The Pit had the opportunity to sit down with Ryan Neff of Miss May I to talk about their new album “Rise of the Lion” and more!
Hailing from Sacramento, rock band Tesla have just announced that they will be releasing their new album “Simplicity” which will be due out on June 10th this year.
The Pit sat down with Brandon Wootten, guitarist for the band Framing Hanley, to talk about touring, inspiration and … toilets!
Linkin Park announced their new album “The Hunting Party” which is due out June 17th. This will mark the sixth studio album for the band.
Dream Theater has been hard at work on their ‘Along For The Ride’ world tour, which delivers an ‘Evening With’ style 3-hour performance divide into 3 acts.
The Los Angeles sex-driven band Steel Panther is coming to turn you on again with the full- length album All You Can Eat. Anyone that is craving the sounds of 80’s hair metal will be pleased on April 1st.
Dustin Kensrue, the frontman of Thrice, announced on a Mar. 20 Reddit AMA that the possibility of Thrice touring again is “very, very likely.”
Captive Eyes is definitely standing out. Fresh and brutal. The song changes up several times and the break downs are heavy and the lyrics are in your face.
The Ataris came through the House of Blues in San Diego this weekend on the most recent leg of their So long, Astoria reunion tour.