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Image: Metro Station, Mazur PR, Michael MazurLOS ANGELES - Synth-poppers Metro Station will release an exciting new video for "Married in Vegas" in advance of their US tour this fall.

"Married in Vegas," which appears on Metro Station's last release, Savior, follows singer Trace Cyrus and his real-life girlfriend, actress Brenda Song, as they marry in Las Vegas' famed Little White Chapel and party with friends, including Metro Station partner Mason Musso and drummer Spencer Steffan, throughout the night. The video's use of high quality camera shots mixed with VHS and iPhone footage give the video such a realistic vibe.

"As real as the video feels, obviously Brenda and I didn't really get married during the shoot," Cyrus said. "It was crazy, though, having the pastor really do the whole ceremony just as he would for a normal wedding. It was a wild experience for sure, since it was with my girlfriend. She filmed all night with us then had to drive straight back to Los Angeles in the morning for work on her TV series. I'm super excited to have her as part of this video and think it's an amazing thing we can look back on forever."

In addition to the Little White Chapel, parts of the video were filmed in the penthouse suite of a local hotel. Some of Vegas' most famous landmarks are also featured as the party cruises the Strip in a classic, old-school Cadillac convertible.

"We stayed up all night shooting from the evening till sunrise, having a blast, and I think it really shows in the video," said Cyrus. "This song is one of our favorites and, also, Vegas is one of our favorite cities to relax, drink and party every chance we get. The song just made sense for us."

"Married in Vegas" is the third video filmed with LA based directing duo WATTS. Metro Station's relationship with WATTS began with the video for "Love and War" shortly after Cyrus and Musso reunited, followed by a clip for "She Likes Girls." "Every video we do with them just seems to get better and better!" Cyrus said. "Our goal is to give our fans the best quality music and videos, and we are excited to make more videos with WATTS in the future."

Metro Station released their self-titled debut in 2007 and enjoyed wildly successful singles, as well as huge tours, before calling it quits a couple years later. After a several-year break, Cyrus and Musso reunited in 2013 and picked up where right where they left off. The Gold EP was released in 2014 and the full-length Savior in 2015. The duo continues to tour in support of Savior and will head out on The Savior Tour, also featuring Palaye Royale and The Strive, beginning in October.

The Savior Tour dates are as follow:

10/10/16 Mon. The Bottleneck, Lawrence, KS

10/11/16 Tue. Marquis Theater, Denver, CO

10/12/16 Wed. In The Venue, Salt Lake City, UT

10/14/16 Fri. The Boardwalk, Orangevale, CA

10/15/16 Sat. Constellation Room, Santa Ana, CA

10/16/16 Sun. Joe's Grotto, Phoenix, AZ

10/18/16 Tue. Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill, Dallas, TX

10/19/16 Wed. Scout Bar, Houston, TX

10/20/16 Thu. The Rev Room, Little Rock, AR

10/21/16 Fri. The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

10/22/16 Sat. The Orpheum, Tampa, FL

10/23/16 Sun. O'Malley's Sports Bar, Margate, FL

10/25/16 Tue. Arizona Pete's, Greensboro, NC

10/26/16 Wed. The Canal Club, Richmond, VA

10/28/16 Fri. Voltage Lounge, Philadelphia, PA

10/29/16 Sat. The Studio at Webster Hall, New York, NY

10/30/16 Sun. Planet Trog, Whitehall, PA

11/1/16 Tue. Webster Underground, Hartford, CT

11/2/16 Wed. Brighton Music Hall, Allston, MA

11/3/16 Thu. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, Amityville, NY

11/4/16 Fri. Studio at Waiting Room, Buffalo, NY

11/5/16 Sat. Cattivo, Pittsburgh, PA

11/6/16 Sun. Agora Theatre and Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

11/8/16 Tue. A&R Music Bar, Columbus, OH

11/9/16 Wed. The New Vintage, Louisville, KY

11/10/16 Thu. Subterranean, Chicago, IL

11/11/16 Fri. The Rave, Milwaukee, WI

11/12/16 Sat. Fubar, St. Louis, MO

11/13/16 Sun. Mill City Lights, Minneapolis, MN

11/15/16 Tue. The Pike Room at Crofoot, Pontiac, MI














ARIZONA - Ethereal indie rockers Lydia will take to the tour trail again this fall, this time with the added element of strings, which will provide fans with a truly unique take on the band's music.

Image: Lydia, Indie Rock, Mazur PR, Michael Mazur"We've never had strings on stage for a tour, so with that comes some really interesting song/part adjusting," said vocalist/guitarist Leighton Antelman. "It also brings such a cool feel to the room in general. It's quite peaceful, actually. It's been some of the coolest rehearsals we've done for a tour that I can remember."

With the expanded band on stage, the group will be hitting new and old venues alike on this journey across the country with Lydia's dedicated following along for the ride as they take on this musical experiment.

"So we obviously set a standard for ourselves to reach before any tour or album release," Antelman said. "I think the fans can appreciate knowing we'd never bring anything to them that we weren't 100% behind. This tour won't be any different from that. The fans of Lydia are overwhelming with how much they support us. We're more than lucky to have that kind of love attached to the art we create. There's something there that is so genuine, it's honestly hard to put my finger on it."

The band's latest album, Run Wild, was released last year, yet Antelman sees more and more new fans discovering it every day. "I love the fact that people have had it for almost a year now and that some people are just hearing it," he said. "That's something really cool about art and how people consume it. It can completely change your mood, or even your life, 40 years later. It definitely continues to do that to me."

Lydia's fall tour featuring these added elements will begin in November. "We've had the idea of doing this with some extra players and live strings on stage for a little while now," enthuses Antelman. "We'll be playing music from all of our releases over the years. We're all really excited to see what makes it onto the stage and into the show. That's a really fun part about putting together a new tour."

Additionally, Lydia will be doing a very special VIP experience that will allow fans an intimate, up-close interaction with the band. The VIP experience will include a stripped down acoustic set, meet and greet/photo op, signed exclusive poster and a VIP limited edition CD of the Lydia string sessions that served as the inspiration for the tour.

Image: Lydia, Indie Rock, Mazur PR, Michael MazurLydia tour dates are as follow:

11/5/16 Sat. Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT

11/6/16 Sun. Bluebird Theater, Denver, CO

11/9/16 Wed. Ottobar, Baltimore, MD

11/10/16 Thu. The Bell House, Brooklyn, NY

11/11/16 Fri. Middle East Club Downstairs, Boston, MA

11/12/16 Sat. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, Amityville, NY

11/13/16 Sun. World Cafe Live Downstairs, Philadelphia, PA

11/15/16 Tue. Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI

11/16/16 Wed. Lincoln Hall, Chicago, IL

11/18/16 Fri. The Waiting Room, Omaha, NE

11/19/16 Sat. The Record Bar, Kansas City, MO

11/20/16 Sun. Trees, Dallas, TX

11/30/16 Wed. Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, CA

12/1/16 Thu. Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA

12/2/16 Fri. Constellation Room, Santa Ana, CA


Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PR, Michael MazurTORONTO - Following a second summer on the Vans Warped Tour, Epitaph recording artist SayWeCanFly will return to more intimate settings this fall with The Somewhere Before Christmas Tour.

Joining SayWeCanFly will be YouTube sensation Johnnie Guilbert and special guest Social Repose.

"I'm really stoked for this tour because I finally get to play new music," said SayWeCanFly's Braden Barrie. "I'm looking forward to having a super raw set with no crazy time constraints so I can just get super intimate and spend time with everyone watching. Johnnie Guilbert has become a very close friend and I've known him since before he really started releasing music, so it'll be great spending some time as musicians on the road."

Barrie has taken SayWeCanFly from his native Toronto to the southern United States and all across the country numerous times since the release of his debut album, Between The Roses, and follow up EP on Epitaph Records, Darling, last year.

The young singer/song writer bares his soul in his music, creating a connection with fans that goes beyond the average musician-fan relationship. Barrie's enormous social media presence has introduced droves of young listeners to his music, while his personal interaction has turned them into lifelong fans.

Image: Say We Can Fly, Mazur PR, Michael Mazur"Since some of the guys I'm bringing out have a strong social media presence, I think it'll just be fun sharing our time with all the kids collectively," Barrie said. "I spent so many years working on building a following and have so much respect for anyone who does the same. I'm planning on doing the usual Snapchat journey along with pictures every night from the show. I'm sure Johnnie and I will end up jamming a song together at some point."

For the first time ever, SayWeCanFly will also offer a VIP experience where fans can spend time with Barrie beyond the usual meet and greet format. "I always strayed from the 'VIP' thing because I never ever want to make anyone feel like they are set apart or separated," he said. "The reason I am choosing to do it this time around is so that for anyone who wants to, there is a more intimate experience available that simply can't take place during a regular show. I'll be playing an acoustic song or two, taking pictures, sharing some of my new music, and be there to hangout one on one."

The Somewhere Before Christmas Tour will begin November 3 in Toronto. Tickets for all shows are available at http://somewherebeforexmas.wun.io/.

Dates are as follow:

11/3/16 Thu. Hard Luck Bar, Toronto, ON

11/4/16 Fri. Voltage Lounge, Philadelphia, PA

11/5/16 Sat. Middle East Downstairs, Cambridge, MA

11/6/16 Sun. Studio @ Webster Hall, New York, NY

11/8/16 Tue. Park Street Saloon, Columbus, OH

11/11/16 Fri. Reggies Rock Club, Chicago, IL

11/12/16 Sat. The Garage, Burnsville, IN

11/13/16 Sun. Fubar, St. Louis, MO

11/18/16 Fri. The Boardwalk, Orangevale, CA

11/19/16 Sat. White Oak Music, Van Nuys, CA

11/20/16 Sun. Chain Reaction, Anaheim, CA

11/22/16 Tue. Nile Theatre, Tempe, AZ

11/23/16 Wed. Blu Phoenix, Albuquerque, NM

11/25/16 Fri. Korova, San Antonio, TX

11/26/16 Sat. Tomcats West, Ft. Worth, TX

11/27/16 Sun. Scout Bar, Houston, TX

11/29/16 Tue. Backbooth, Orlando, FL

11/30/16 Wed. Local 662, St. Petersburg, FL

12/1/16 Thu. The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

12/2/16 Fri. Rocketown, Nashville, TN

12/3/16 Sat. Arizona Pete's, Greensboro, NC

12/4/16 Sun. Game Changer World, Freehold, NJ









HARTFORD, Conn. - Enemy Remains drummer Steve Zimmerman will take a break from his current band this weekend to head to the prestigious ProgPower USA festival, where he will hit the stage with his former band, Fates Warning, for a huge reunion show.

Image: Enemy Remains, Steve Zimmerman, Mazur PR, Michael MazurZimmerman will join the original lineup of Fates Warning, including John Arch, to perform the band's groundbreaking 1986 album, Awaken the Guardian, in its entirety.

"It's unbelievable that after 30 years the fans still appreciate the music from Awaken the Guardian, giving us the opportunity to perform this reunion show in Atlanta," said Zimmerman. "I'm grateful for the chance to play for and meet the fans from around the world who treasure this album. Knowing this allows me to be proud of what we accomplished 30 years ago."

Zimmerman, who is focused on the upcoming release from Enemy Remains, which features the video for the single "No Faith in Humanity," reflects on what made Fates Warning so influential:

"I feel the fact that Fates kinda set ourselves apart from the basic music writing. We wrote songs that challenged our musical abilities with off-time measures and beats. We forced ourselves to play out of the pocket and kind of, what I'm told, created that whole progressive metal genre. Believe it or not, new fans I meet think Dream Theater came before Fates Warning because of their mainstream success, but true Fates fans know we had already released our second album, The Spectre Within, when Dream Theater (with all respect) came out."

After his reunion with Fates Warning, Zimmerman will return home to begin playing shows with Enemy Remains in support of the new EP, also titled No Faith in Humanity, available October 30. The video for "No Faith in Humanity" can be viewed here:

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Enemy Remains - "No Faith in Humanity"



www.Reverbnation.com/Enemy Remains



Image: Enemy Remains, Mazur PR, Michael Mazur

HARTFORD, Conn. - Connecticut-based progressive rockers Enemy Remains today unveil the first single and video for "No Faith in Humanity" from their upcoming October release of the same name.

The single features a timely subject matter, touching on the current political climate in America. "We choose this track because of the strong message regarding what's going on with our world today," said guitarist Tommy "The Beast" Blardo. "With the effect of today's political views, we felt this was appropriate, and we hope the fans will relate to it. We hope people can totally get behind the message and try resolve some of the hate in the world."

Enemy Remains was formed by Blardo and original Fates Warning drummer Steve Zimmerman a decade ago. What began as means of musical expression for the pair has since grown into a hard rock force of nature with driving rhythms and a progressive edge. The group, now rounded out by vocalist Frank Morin, Scott Kadish and bassist Andy Majewski, has since shared the stage with the likes of Alice Cooper, Queensryche and Heaven and Hell, as well as having the honor of playing the 20,000-seat XL Center in an opening ceremony for the Hartford Wolf Pack, the New York Rangers' AHL affiliate.

The video for "No Faith in Humanity" was directed by Edwin Escobar, an acclaimed Connecticut-based director specializing top-notch music videos. "The video shoot was just amazing," Blardo said. "Working with a professional like Edwin Escobar was a no-brainer. He made this shooting stress free for all of us." The result is a slick, performance-based video with intermittent clips that tie in the song's message.

Enemy Remains' new EP will be released October 30. The video for "Now Faith in Humanity" can be viewed here:

Enemy Remains - "No Faith in Humanity"



www.Reverbnation.com/Enemy Remains


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