As the LA post-hardcore outfit gear up to release their first album since 2016, we speak to vocalist Jeremy Bolm about following 'Stage Four' and working with Ross Robinson.
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Frontmen Geoff Rickly and Jeremy Bolm discuss passing the genre's torch.
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The frontman lists his favorite overlooked albums, from Blacklisted to Silent Majority.
Touché Amore’s Stage Four is an album about loss. More specifically, it’s an album about the feeling of remorse over loss. The album, the band’s fourth, is based on recent events in the life of frontman Jeremy Bolm, who
We talked to Jeremy Bolm of Touché Amoré about playing with members of The Hope Conspiracy, Trap Them, and a bunch of other bands you've probably stagedived to.
The Los Angeles band moved away from the synth and back to the guitar on their latest release. Or, rather, they made the guitar sound like a synth.