Category Archives: Set Your Goals

Asking Alexandria Headlining “South By So What?!” Festival

FarcesideAudio: Punk Goes Bieber

Many of you may be familiar with the “Punk Goes…” series, headed up by Fearless Records. If you don’t know what it is, then I’ll sum it up for you. Basically, a bunch of great bands each record a cover of a particular song and they all go on the album. Sounds great, right? Well Fearless is at it again. They’re latest installment in the “Punk Goes…” series is “Punk Goes Bieber”. Bands such as Breathe Carolina, Isles & Glaciers, U2, Sparks the Rescue, Set Your Goals, Asking Alexandria, Go Radio, Mayday Parade, and Blood On the Dance Floor all have recorded a Justin Bieber song and it will premiere on this amazing new Punk Goes album. In stores now!

Warped Tour Roster

 A Skylit Drive
Rock, Screamo

Abandon All Ships

Bad Rabbits
Indie, Pop

Big B
Rap / Hip-Hop

Big Chocolate
Electro, Dubstep

Big D And The Kids Table
Ska, Reggae

Black List Royals
Punk, Rock

Black Square
Ska, Punk

Blood On The Dance Floor
Electronic, Alternative

Cold Forty Three

Rock, Alternative

Dance Gavin Dance
Screamo, Experimental

DC Fallout
Punk, Rock


Enter Shikari
Rock, Hardcore

Every Avenue
Alternative, Pop Punk

Eyes Set To Kill
Post Hardcore

Family Force Five
Alternative, Pop

Foxy Shazam
Glam Rock, Progressive Rock

Freshman 15
Pop Punk, Powerpop

Gatsby’s American Dream

Go Radio
Rock, Indie

Good Guys In Black
Punk, Rap / Hip-Hop

Grieves With Budo
Rap / Hip-Hop

Pop, Indie

I Set My Friends On Fire
Screamo, Pop-Electric

Rock, Reggae

It Boys!
Rock, Pop

Larry And His Flask
Folk Punk, Bluegrass

Rock, Soul

Alt-Country, Punk

Rock, Progressive Rock

MC Lars with Weerd Science
Rap / Hip-Hop, Alternative

Middle Class Rut
Alternative, Rock

Miss May I
Metal, Hardcore

Mojo Morgan
Alternative, Pop

Moving Mountains
Rock, Ambient

My Arcadia
Rock, Pop

Neo Geo
Rock, Electro

New Years Day
Rock, Rock

Of Mice And Men
Screamo, Metal

Reggae, Rock

Pop, Punk

Reggae, Rock

Places And Numbers
Alternative, Electronic

Relient K
Pop Punk, Rock

River City Extension
Indie, Folk

Set Your Goals
Pop Punk

Rock & Roll, Punk

Shut Up And Deal
Rock, Pop

Sick Of Sarah
Rock, Indie

Simple Plan
Pop Punk

Stephen Jerzak
Pop, Dance

Terrible Things
Rock, Modern Rock

The Acacia Strain
Metal, Hardcore

The Aggrolites

The Black Pacific
Punk, Alternative

Rock, Punk

The Dance Party
Alternative, Powerpop

The Dangerous Summer
Indie, Post Rock

The Expendables
Reggae, Rock

The Exposed
Punk, Ska

The Menzingers
Punk, Rock

The Narrative
Indie, Pop

The Ready Set
Rock, Pop

The Sheds
Ska, Post Hardcore

The Suit
Hard Rock, Punk

The Wonder Years
Pop Punk

The Word Alive
Metalcore, Rock

There For Tomorrow
Rock, Alternative

Unwritten Law

Pop Punk, Rock

Rap / Hip-Hop, Pop

We Came As Romans
Screamo, Hardcore

Winds Of Plague
Metal, Hardcore

Windsor Drive
Rock, Alternative

Woe, Is Me
Post Hardcore, Metalcore

Rap / Hip-Hop, Rap-Rock

Belated Parkway Drive Concert Review

I meant to do this monday but ive been tired and busy that i havent been able to get to it til now, but last sunday i went to the house of blues in Cleveland to see Parkway Drive. This wasnt my first time seeing them but it was my first time seeing them headlining so they would be playing more than just 6-8 songs.

The opening band was The Warriors which i just listened to their newest album “See How You Are”, which is awesome. As soon as the first strum of the guitars, the crowd erupted into a moshpit. They were an awesome band to start out the night. A tad bit too many ninja moshers for me tho.

Once the Warriors were done, the next band The Ghost Inside came on. They were a bit more hardcore style so it was ninja moshers galore. I was hit in the face by a faggy swinging arm, but i didnt let that get my down. The band was awesome, heard a lot of songs that i never quite paid attention to.

The third band Set Your Goals…i never really listened to them, and i dont want to piss anyone off but when i heard them i remembered why i steered clear of them. If i was a 14 year old girl i probably would of been into them. Doesnt mean that they didnt put on a good show, just not my cup of tea and was definitly the odd band out.

Then once they were down making the little girls ginies tickle, Parkway Drive came on and as always did not dissapoint. I saw so many bloody faces there than i have ever see in all the shows ive been to…including mine from a headbutt to the mouth lol.  They started out with the intro Samsara, then went right into it with Unrest. After that you can tell who was out of shape, including me. After playing for 45 minutes they went off stage and of course the Cleveland crowd wants more so after so loud PARK-WAY-DRIVE chants they came back out to do Carrion for the encore. I have never heard a crowd say the words to songs so loud before, especially to past parkway drive shows. After leaving the show, there were guys with ice bags on their arms, a guy sitting up on a stretcher. Thats when you know youve been to a good show.

Upcoming Shows for Parkway Drive


Parkway Drive North American Tour February / March 2011.with Set Your Goals, The Ghost Inside and The Warriors.Fri Feb 25 Montreal, QC – The Olympia

Sat Feb 26 New York, NY – Irving Plaza

Sun Feb 27 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts

Mon Feb 28 Worcester, MA – The Palladium

Tue Mar 1 Baltimore, MD – Sonar

Wed Mar 2 Richmond, VA – Hat Factory

Thu Mar 3 Charlotte, NC – Tremont Music Hall

Fri Mar 4 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

Sun Mar 6 Austin, TX – Emo’s

Mon Mar 7 Houston, TX – House of Blues 

Tue Mar 8 Dallas, TX – House Of Blues

Wed Mar 9 San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit

Fri Mar 11 Phoenix, AZ – The Nile

Sat Mar 12 Los Angeles, CA – House of Blues
w/ Whitechapel, The Acacia Strain, Set Your Goals, The Ghost Inside, The Warriors