The band’s latest album of the same name is out now.
Blessthefall have premiered a new music video for “Hollow Bodies.” Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments! The band released Hollow Bodies last year.
In this week’s Album of the Week poll, you, the fans, voted Blessthefall to the top spot, for their album Hollow Bodies. Check out the top five vote-getters below: 1. Blessthefall – Hollow Bodies 2. Born Of Osiris – Tomorrow We Die ∆live 3. Ghoul – Intermediate Level Hard-Core 4. The Ongoing Concept – Saloon 5. […]
This week sees new shit from Blessthefall, Born of Osiris, Oathbreaker, Watain, and more hitting stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you’re snagging a copy of and which record should be the Album of the Week. Pick your favorite and feel free to vote as many times […]
Their new album, Hollow Bodies, hits stores August 20!
Their new album, Hollow Bodies, is set for release on August 20 via Fearless Records!
The much-anticipated sixth annual California Metalfest will take place at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California, Saturday, November 24, with Grammy-nominated, Massachusetts metal band Killswitch Engage headlining. It’s a special gig for the group, long considered one of the forbearers of the metal resurgence of the ’00s, as they will celebrate the 10th anniversary […]
Of Mice & Men, the Used, Miss May I, Four Year Strong, Blessthefall, Falling in Reverse, Pierce the Veil, Sleeping with Sirens, For Today, and many more!
We Came As Romans have announced that they will be headlining the Fire and Ice tour, beginning next March. The band will be joined on the road with Emmure, Blessthefall, Woe Is Me, and the Color Morale. We Came as Romans released their latest album, Understanding What We’ve Grown to Be, in September. 03/09 Covington, […]
Blessthefall’s third full-length album feels like a band transitioning towards a future it’s still de?ning. More direct and commercial tracks such as “40 Days…” and “Bones Crew” do away with many of the typical metalcore trappings—especially the screamed vocals—but retain plenty of power and punch, while the anthemic album closer “Meet Me at the Gates,” […]