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We made a playlist to help you ease back into the daily routine that is school! “Follow” this playlist on Spotify :]
Hopeless Records: Back to School 2013
1. Enter Shikari - Destabilise2. Neck Deep - I Couldn’t Wait to Leave 6 Months Ago3. The Wonder Years - My Last Semester4. Anarbor - Passion for Publication5. Taking Back Sunday - …Slowdance on the Inside6. We Are The In Crowd - See You Around7. The Used - Give Me Love8. Driver Friendly - Ghosts9. Bayside - It’s Not A Bad Little War10. All Time Low - The Beach11. For The Foxes - We’re Coming Up12. Divided By Friday - Growing Up13. Yellowcard - Here I Am Alive14. Air Dubai - Hit The Dark15. Heroes Of Modern Earth - Final Destination16. The KickDrums - Perfect World17. Silverstein - Arrivals

We made a playlist to help you ease back into the daily routine that is school! “Follow” this playlist on Spotify :]

Hopeless Records: Back to School 2013

1. Enter Shikari - Destabilise
2. Neck Deep - I Couldn’t Wait to Leave 6 Months Ago
3. The Wonder Years - My Last Semester
4. Anarbor - Passion for Publication
5. Taking Back Sunday - …Slowdance on the Inside
6. We Are The In Crowd - See You Around
7. The Used - Give Me Love
8. Driver Friendly - Ghosts
9. Bayside - It’s Not A Bad Little War
10. All Time Low - The Beach
11. For The Foxes - We’re Coming Up
12. Divided By Friday - Growing Up
13. Yellowcard - Here I Am Alive
14. Air Dubai - Hit The Dark
15. Heroes Of Modern Earth - Final Destination
16. The KickDrums - Perfect World
17. Silverstein - Arrivals

Enter Shikari Release Remix EP, North American Tour Begins

With their much-anticipated headlining tour kicking off this week (they play Boston’s Paradise Rock Club tomorrow night), UK’s electro-punk-rockersENTER SHIKARIhave released a remix EP for the single "Arguing With Thermometers."Available on iTunes for $2.99 at http://hopel.es/HaF9Uq, the EP contains three remixes and the album version from their critically-acclaimed and chart-topping latest album A Flash Flood of Colour on Hopeless Records. From the dubstep/techno remix by UK’s Alex Calver (né Calvertron) to the breakbeat/dubstep remix by Glasgow’s Taz Buckfasterto the industrial-leaning deconstruction by Japan’s Goth-Trad, the EP reimagines the songs through the eyes of three of the biggest progressive underground DJs impacting the scene today.

Consciously changing the way multi-band tours are constructed, Enter Shikari are taking a much more generous and fair approach and bringing only two other bands, Letliveand At the Skylines, along for the ride with each band receiving a more expansive set than normal package tours (dates below). “The more eagle-eyed amongst you may have noticed that this tour is made up of a three-band-bill. Believe us, this is deliberate,” said the band previously in a combined statement. “It has long been the belief in Enter Shikari camp that North American audiences have been trained, like customers at a bad diner, to believe that a large full plate makes up for tasteless food. While nobody here thinks that one tour will reverse the trend, we’re at least going to give it a go. Instead of cramming what they have to say into 25 minute sets with ten minutes on either side to get their gear on and offstage, each band will be given time to spread their wings, safe in the knowledge that all their onstage ducks are in line.”

A Flash Flood of Colour debuted on UK’s Official Album Chart at #1 and their corresponding tour is on its way to sell out over 18,000 tickets across only six shows in advance of its March 17th kick off. Over here in the US, the album debuted at #4 Top Rock Albums (#42 overall albums) on iTunes and was voted byAlternative Pressas "Most Anticipated" and made good on that promise by landing a 4.5 stars (out of five), eliciting the praise, “it’s a musically adventurous (and surprisingly catchy) album, but the real reason to listen to it is to let Reynolds stimulate your sense beyond the mosh pit.” Not to be outdone, UK’s music tome NME hailed, “This rage against the machine could well be the four-piece’s defining statement.” SPINlikened the album as “If the Streets’ Mike Skinner chugged drugs at a rave and tried to save the world with metal.”

Enter Shikariis Rou Reynolds(vocals / electronics), Rory Clewlow(guitar / backing vocals), Chris Batten(bass / vocals), and Rob Rolfe(drums). A Flash Flood of Colour was released on January 17, 2012via Hopeless Records and is currently on sale at iTunesfor $5.99 for the standard version (http://hopel.es/HOtUhH) and $6.99 for the deluxe edition (http://hopel.es/H8Vrrl). The band released a live video of “Gandhi, Mate, Gandhi” recently through Altpress.com here.

The band’s North American tour with letlive. and At The Skylines kicks off Sunday; dates below and tickets available here.

Apr 1 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
Apr 3 Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA
Apr 4 The Loft Poughkeepsie, NY
Apr 5 Theater of Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
Apr 6 Irving Plaza New York, NY
Apr 7 La Tulipe Montreal, QC
Apr 8 Annex Wreckroom Toronto, ON
Apr 10 Infinity Hall Buffalo, NY
Apr 11 iLounge Pontiac, MI
Apr 12 The Bottom Lounge Chicago, IL
Apr 13 Station 4 St. Paul, MN
Apr 15 WECC Winnepeg, MB
Apr 17 The Den Calgary, AB
Apr 18 The Starlite Room Edmonton, AB
Apr 21 El Corazon Seattle, WA
Apr 22 Branx Portland, OR
Apr 24 Catalyst Atrium Santa Cruz, CA
Apr 27 Soma Sidestage San Diego,CA
Apr 28 The Glass House Pomona, CA
Apr 29 Nile Theatre Mesa, AZ
May 1 The Aruba Las Vegas, NV
May 2 Club Sound Salt Lake City, UT
May 3 The Marquis Theatre Denver, CO
May 5 The Door Dallas, TX
May 6 White Rabbit San Antonio, TX
May 7 The Studio @ Warehouse Live Houston, TX
May 9 State Theatre St. Petersburg, FL
May 10 Rocketown Pompano Beach, FL
May 11 Jack Rabbits Jacksonville, FL
May 12 The Social Orlando, FL