Video Footage Of IWRESTLEDABEARONCE Doing 'Dumb S**t'

IWRESTLEDABEARONCE the Shreveport, Louisiana quintet now transplanted to Los Angeles, California has posted a new webisode featuring footage of the band "play[ing] shows, do[ing] dumb shit, and drink[ing] with DANCE GAVIN DANCE, JUST LIKE VINYL, IN FEAR AND FAITH, CLOSE TO HOME and [DJ] Big Chocolate." Check it out below.

IWRESTLEDABEARONCE's new album, "Ruining It For Everybody", is scheduled for release on July 26 via Century Media Records.

Look for IWRESTLEDABEARONCE to take their one-of-a-kind, fearless live show on the road again starting July 21. First up, they'll join the "All Stars Tour", featuring EMMURE, FOR TODAY, BORN OF OSIRIS, AFTER THE BURIAL, CHELSEA GRIN, ATTILA, ALESANA, BLESS THE FALL, IN THIS MOMENT, THE GHOST INSIDE, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE, SLEEPING WITH SIRENS and FOR ALL THOSE SLEEPING. Following the "All Stars Tour", the band will head north for two shows in Alaska.


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