Killswitch Engage frontman Jesse Leach offers a new album update as well as details on his other various projects.
Killswitch Engage's Jesse Leach has stepped out for a decidedly different reggae cover of the Mazzy Star classic 'Fade Into You' for his AliKen side project.
Killswitch Engage's Jesse Leach discusses his favorite 'Disarm the Descent' lyrics and tracks, picking intro music for shows and much more.
Killswitch Engage singer Jesse Leach sat in the hot seat for a game of 'Would You Rather' before the band took the stage in New York City.
Killswitch Engage are rocking as strong as ever with frontman Jesse Leach returning to the band, but the seeds of the reunion may have been planted much sooner with guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz playing with Leach in the band Times of Grace. With Killswitch returning in a major way, Leach has addressed the status of his and Dutkiewicz's other band in a new Q&A video he's posted online.
Frontman Jesse Leach is best known as the returning vocalist of Killswitch Engage, and he shows off his chops on the band's critically acclaimed 2013 album, ‘Disarm the Descent.’ However, the multi-tasking singer is still also part of the bands Empire Shall Fall and Times of Grace. When we spoke with him, Leach talked about both of these bands, as well as his plans for an eclectic solo album.
2013 has been a great year for Killswitch Engage. It's the band's first full year with vocalist Jesse Leach back in the lineup, and with Leach, Killswitch released 'Disarm the Descent' and embarked on some awesome tours. To cap off the year, Killswitch Engage have been nominated for a 2014 Grammy, with Leach announcing his excitement in a press release.
Killswitch Engage vocalist Jesse Leach has had a busy year to say the least, most recently capped off with a Grammy nomination for Best Metal Performance ('In Due Time'). After he rejoined the band last year, Killswitch Engage have toured relentlessly behind their latest album, ‘Disarm the Descent.’
Killswitch Engage vocalist Jesse Leach has joined forces with Chicago non-profit organization 'Hope for the Day' and Alternative Press magazine to release their latest video segment of 'Music Saved My Life.' In the video, Leach goes in-depth about the positive emotional impact that music had on his life, especially during the darkest of times.