Eddie Reyes and Taking Back Sunday have parted ways:
Guitarist Eddie Reyes and Taking Back Sunday have parted ways due to personal reasons. Eddie was a founding member of the band and his contributions can be felt all along the way. John, Shaun, Mark and Adam love Eddie, wish him well in his future endeavors and look forward to hitting the road soon, starting in Mexico on April 26 and traveling to the UK and Germany in late May. After that they will spend the summer touring the US with long-time friends Coheed and Cambria.
Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday have announced a tour together.
Taking Back Sunday have announced a set of 2017 holiday shows at the Starland Ballroom.
Taking Back Sunday have announced a destination concert series. The full press release can be found below.
Spotify have shared some new covers of Green Day songs by Bayside, Neck Deep, and Taking Back Sunday. The tracks come from the Spotify documentary about the band and you can stream them below.
Taking Back Sunday and Every Time I Die have announced some new tour dates.
It looks like Taking Back Sunday’s self-titled album will be coming to vinyl on March 3rd.
John Nolan has unveiled a new compilation with proceeds going to the ACLU. Music For Everyone will be released this spring:
Artists who have committed to donating rare or unreleased music to the compilation include Taking Back Sunday, Anti-Flag, Answering Machine, Baggage, Chris Farren, Potty Mouth, Brendan Kelly, Anthony Green, Frank Iero, Dave Hause, Sleep On It, Jared Hart, Cassino, Dead Heavens featuring Walter Schreifels, Allison Weiss, Brett Newski and more artists to be announced.
Taking Back Sunday have long been a divisive band. From swaths of fans who only ever loved the band’s classic debut, to those who swear by the middle and most commercial era of the band, to those who’ve just hopped on and prefer the band’s newest material — there just doesn’t seem a way to please every group of Taking Back Sunday fans.
Taking Back Sunday have released their new song “Death Wolf.”
Taking Back Sunday have released their new song “You Can’t Look Back” on Apple Music.
Taking Back Sunday have announced a tour with Acceptance in Australia and New Zealand next year. Those dates can be found below.
The final gallery from the Taste of Chaos tour is for Taking Back Sunday. The images come from their stop at the famous Red Rocks in Morrison, CO. You’ll find the photos below.
Shaun Cooper and John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday join the No Brown M&Ms Podcast to discuss the Taste of Chaos tour, their new album, internet criticism, Billy Joel, and much more.
Adam Lazarra of Taking Back Sunday talked with Punkvideosrock about their upcoming album, their track “Holy Water,” and progressing over the years.
Taking Back Sunday have announced some new tour dates with You Blew It! — they’re in the replies.
Steven Kowalski, throwing down the satire at The Hard Times:
Lazzara, sitting on his throne high atop his Sunday Fortress, looked out upon a crippled, unassuming week. “People think I’m going to take back Monday first,” Lazzara said to his legion of fans, “But no! We’re taking back Tuesday from the people that took it from us. Once we take back Tuesday, we can attack the rest of the week from both ends.”