I know I haven't updated this in so long. So, here it is, a nice; I guess you can say big update on some music.
I'm going to start off with the Vans Warped Tour. A few weeks ago they announced their summer 2012 tour dates. If you want to know if they're coming anywhere near you check it out on their website. They haven't yet announced who will be on the tour yet but that'll be coming up in the coming weeks. Sometime at the beginning of December. It'll be announced on their website the list of bands that will be on tour. However, I did go on a looking spree and was curious on some of the rumor bands that will be on tour.
This list of bands as rumors looks pretty legit and can't wait to see what happens. If so, I could say that I'm very stoked to see Taking Back Sunday and New Found Glory.
Tickets don't go on sale until spring. Although, last year was the first year that they had a Holiday package to order at Christmas. All of the details for that will be coming soon on their website.
I came across a post that was leaked through twitter saying that "so far the Warped tour list is looking like last years minus The Dangerous Summer and All Time Low are playing Main Stage."
We'll have to wait and see what happens! I'm not going to say who said this, if you're that curious on knowing, the power of google!
Canadians Courage My Love and Down with Webster both just recently came out with new albums.
On Halloween Courage my Love EP For Now and Down with Webster Time to Win Vol II both came out. I do have to say, they're both worth getting and they're fantastic. There isn't much to say about how great the EP and album are. They're both fantastic and should be on your must check out list. You can get both of them on I-tunes. Courage my Love currently doesn't have hard copies in stores just yet. If you want a hard copy of their EP either order on their website or you can get it at one of their shows. They now ship world wide.
Courage my Love for Now EP is 6.93$ and worth to buy.
Down with Webster Deluxe version is at 12.99$. These both groups did amazing jobs and I'm looking forward for more from them.