City and Colour’s Dallas Green is a man searching for something, but he doesn’t quite know what it is.
2012 didn't see the world end but it did spell "end of days" for many bands.
“This is no time to be sad, this is a fucking celebration!”
Alexisonfire frontman Dallas Green talks about calling it quits and what comes next for City and Color.
Dallas Green has spoken to FL about the hardest decision he’s ever made – breaking up Alexisonfire.
After a less than amicable break up in 2011, Alexisonfire are reuniting to give their fans a proper goodbye with two final Australian gigs.
After a less than amicable break up in 2011, Alexisonfire are reuniting to give their fans a proper goodbye.
Former Alexisonfire guitarist/vocalist Wade MacNeil has been confirmed as the new Gallows frontman
Definitely not an Alexisonfire gig, Dallas Green brings along a different band with him, with decidedly mixed results.
Dallas Green from Canadian screamo band Alexisonfire, is heading down-under in April next year to showcase his mellow solo sound under the name City and Colour.
Playing a set that spanned their entire career, Alexisonfire’s performance could not be described as anything other than flawless, leaving all in attendance in awe.
Only Alexisonfire could've brought Adelaide out of its regular humdrum on a Monday night. They well and truly conquered our quaint city.
Emotional Canadian teens form band, perfect melodic vocal, develop hardened exterior, drop bombastic album, arrive in Melbourne
With four critically acclaimed albums, as well as a number of world tours, including performances at Soundwave in 2008 and 2010, Alexisonfire have cemented their reputation as one of the world’s greatest post-hardcore acts.
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