The Amity Affliction will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their Let The Ocean Take Me on a tour of their homeland of Australia this November with Ice Nine Kills, We Came As Romans, and Heavensgate. Dates include: 11/08 Brisbane, AUS – Riverstage11/08 Sydney, AUS – Hordern Pavilion11/14 Melbourne, AUS – John Cain Arena11/15 Adelaide, AUS
The Amity Affliction have announced their upcoming North American tour to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their fourth studio album, Let The Ocean Take Me. The tour will find the band performing the album in full and will be supported by Currents, Dying Wish, and Mugshot. Dates include: 04/26 San Diego, CA – Soma04/27 Wheatland,
The ‘New England Metal & Hardcore Festival‘ has announced it’s back from the dead and will be held outdoors on Friday, September 15th, and Saturday, September 16th at the Worcester Palladium in Worcester, MA. The first-ever edition of the annual festival was held in 1999 and ran for eighteen consecutive years before it supposedly died.
Parkway Drive has announced their fall North American headline tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary with fellow Australian bands The Amity Affliction, Northlane, and Make Them Suffer. The tour has been dubbed the ‘Monsters Of Oz‘ tour. Winston McCall, the vocalist of Parkway Drive, offered the following regarding the tour: “20 years is a milestone
The Amity Affliction have announced their spring U.S. headlining show dates that will feature Can’t Swim and Omerta providing support. Dates include: 05/10 San Diego, CA – The Observatory05/11 Berkeley, CA – The UC Theatre05/13 Tucson, AZ – Encore05/14 El Paso, TX – Rockhouse Bar & Grill05/15 Lubbock, TX – Jake’s Backroom05/17 Kansas City, MO
The Amity Affliction have announced that their eighth full-length album Not Without My Ghosts will release on May 12th through Pure Noise Records. Along with the news, the band released the video below for their new single “It’s Hell Down Here“. Joel Birch, the band’s vocalist offered the following insight on the track: “This song
The Amity Affliction released the video below for their song “I See Dead People“, which features a guest spot from the late New Zealand Rapper Louie Knuxx, who passed away of a heart attack in 2021. Joel Birch, the band’s vocalist, offered the following on the lyrics: “The song is about the ongoing and nebulous
The Amity Affliction released the video below for their new single “Show Me Your God“. The video was directed by Tyson Lloyd. Joel Birch, the band’s vocalist, offered the following regarding the song: “‘Show Me Your God‘ is the first song of our first self-produced record. The song is the first in a series of
  Silverstein has announced a co-headlining tour with The Amity Affliction. The tour will find the two bands supported by Holding Absence and UnityTX. Tour dates run as follows: 08/25 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theatre 08/26 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues 08/27 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern 08/28 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades 08/30 Portland,
  The Amity Affliction has released a new song called “Give Up The Ghost“. The band’s vocalist Joel Birch offered on the song, which came together as the band was recording alone for the first time: “It turns out everything is faster and yet we have the same level of attention to detail we’ve always had