Following their Warped Tour run, For Today are teaming up with We Came As Romans for a massive fall tour
Check out a recap and photos from the Kia Soul Stage of the Vans Warped Tour.
A couple of years ago, we caught For Today opening up for The Devil Wears Prada. But this past weekend, For Today had a sold-out show of their own at the Gramercy Theater in New York City. Support included stellar sets by Like Moths to Flames, Stray From the Path, The Plot in You and Fit for a King.
Earlier this year, metalcore band For Today released the EP 'Prevailer.' Now the band has announced that their next studio album, 'Fight the Silence,' is set to be issued on Feb. 4. Pre-orders of the album and various merch bundles are available here, and you can listen to the album's title track and first single above.
August Burns Red are definitely on a roll, as their song 'Fault Line' emerged victorious for the fourth straight time in the Cage Match, this time edging out Trivium and their new single, 'Strife.' And if you're a Cage Match aficionado, you know what that means! ABR are gunning for their fifth and final victory and entrance into the Cage Match Hall of Fame.
For Today guitarist Mike Reynolds stirred up quite a bit of controversy responding on Twitter about the decision of President Barack Obama choosing Rev. Louie Giglio to deliver the benediction at his inauguration. Giglio's past anti-gay messages resulted in pressure from the LGBT community, and the Reverend has since bowed out of the opportunity. Reynolds' commentary turned into his own views on homosexuality and religion and sparked quite a bit of outrage.
Say, you missed For Today on the Vans Warped Tour this past summer? Don’t sweat it. The Christian metalcore band are hitting the road again this fall, as the guy have just announced a headlining tour of the states. The trek kicks off Oct. 11 in St. Petersburg, Fla., and runs through Nov. 11 in Greensboro, N.C. Bands slated to open are some of Christian metal’s heaviest names, including Impending Doom, Sleeping Giant, the Chariot, Texas in July and Hundredth.