Armor For Sleep Release Video For New Rainbows; The Rain Museum LP Out Now Via Equal Vision & Rude Records

It’s been 15 years since the last record from Armor For Sleep, but the band has remained a staple of many of their fans’ daily listening routine. Today, the seminal post-hardcore act made their highly-anticipated return with “The Rain Museum“, a 12 song collection that is equal part beautiful and devastating. “The Rain Museum” is an album that was initially… Read More Armor For Sleep Release Video For New Rainbows; The Rain Museum LP Out Now Via Equal Vision & Rude Records

Armor For Sleep – The Rain Museum LP (Equal Vision Records / Rude Records)

It took seventeen years for Ben Jorgensen to finish The Rain Museum, a conceptual album by Armor For Sleep. The album was supposed to serve as a continuation of What To Do When You Are Dead, their excellent full-length release from 2005, but many circumstances forced the band to postpone the album and go on… Read More Armor For Sleep – The Rain Museum LP (Equal Vision Records / Rude Records)

Armor For Sleep Share Video For Whatever, Who Cares; The Rain Museum LP Out September 9th Via Rude Records & Equal Vision Records

Armor for Sleep have revealed their latest single, ‘Whatever, Who Cares’, taken from their upcoming album The Rain Museum. The new album comes as the band’s first piece of new music in 15 years, due for release 9th September via Rude Records (UK/EU) and Equal Vision Records (ROW). It’s been almost 20 years since the… Read More Armor For Sleep Share Video For Whatever, Who Cares; The Rain Museum LP Out September 9th Via Rude Records & Equal Vision Records

Armor For Sleep Release “How Far Apart”, First New Music In 15 Years

It’s been almost 20 years since the release of Armor For Sleep’s seminal full-length, What To Do When You Are Dead, but the album still resonates with much of the band’s fanbase. Today, for the first time in 15 years, the band released new music and it is sure to ignite the same passion from fans that… Read More Armor For Sleep Release “How Far Apart”, First New Music In 15 Years