Tag: Phantom Anthem

NEWS: August Burns Red get “Dangerous”

December will see August Burns Red, Wage War and Betraying The Martyrs upon our shores for a run of dates supporting “Phantom Anthem” which is out now via Fearless Records. To get you in the mood, they’ve put out a music video for “Dangerous”! Check out our review of the album!

Bootleg: A Pair from Wage War in Las Vegas!

It’s seemingly been Wage War Monday today with a trio of new clips appearing from the band at various points. They’ll be joining August Burns Red and Betraying The Martyrs upon our shores in December on ABR’s “Phantom Anthem” European Tour. Both “Gravity” and “Stitch” were filmed on this summer’s final incarnation of the Vans

Bootleg: August Burns Red in Nevada!

August Burns Red will be upon our shores in December on the European leg of the “Phantom Anthem” tour, in support of their album of the same name. Filmed on the “Reverence” tour on 31st August, here’s fan filmed footage of their full set in Last Vegas Nevada.

NEWS: August Burns Red UK December dates!

Returning to our shores after last year’s hugely successful “Messengers” 10th Anniversary Tour, August Burns Red will be back in December in support of current album “Phantom Anthem”. While speculation is rife that the TBC special guests in support could be The Ghost Inside‘s return (yeah, right!) What can be confirmed is the venues; 8th

NEWS: August Burns Red celebrate “Last Christmas”!

It’s that time of Year again! August Burns Red have got in early on the Christmas single parade with new song “Last Christmas”. The band already have a stunning Christmas album in their back catalogue, so maybe we can expect more surprises from them in the near future?

Review: “Phantom Anthem” by August Burns Red

We already had a taste of what the new August Burns Red album would be like with the release of “Invisible Enemy” and it’s brilliant puppet video alongside “Frost”. We are with “Phantom Anthem” greeted by a much more experimental album than I would have expected and it’s an absolute joy. ABR’s Metalcore approach has