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Palisades in 2016.
|Origin||Iselin, New Jersey, United States|
|Associated acts||Sleeping with Sirens, Crown the Empire, Tyler Carter, Marilyn is Dead, Pathway to Providence, Our Last Night, blackbear|
|Past members||Brandon Sidney
Palisades is an American post-hardcore band from Iselin, New Jersey. They formed in 2011 and signed to Rise Records. The band has released three studio albums; Outcasts in 2012, Mind Games in 2015, and their most recent, self-titled album in early 2017.
The band formed in 2011, and self-released their first EP, The Rise. The EP, and its singles - "Immortal", "Bury It", and "Disclosure" (featuring Tyler "Telle" Smith of The Word Alive) were enough to gain the attention of Rise Records, who signed the band to the record label in late 2011. Rise Records chose to re-release the EP under the new title, I'm Not Dying Today, while the band began work on full-length debut album. After touring an working on the album throughout 2012, the band released their debut album Outcasts in May 2013. To promote the album, theyreleased a single "Outcasts", and toured with Capture The Crown, Heartist, and Famous Last Words. Outcasts debuted at #181 on the Billboard top 200 lists. The band continued to release songs into 2014, including their cover of Beyoncé's hit single "Drunk in Love".
On May 28, 2014, the band announced that they would be heading to the studio to begin work on their second album. Vocalist Lou Miceli released a statement regarding the overall sound of the band's second album stating: "We’re so excited to finally be in the studio recording our second album. We have grown so much since our last album and may have really established a sound that is truly just PALISADES. We feel like we are able to capture the energy of our live shows and put it into an actual recording this time around. We are not holding anything back and can’t wait to make our mark with this sophomore release."
On February 13, 2016, Palisades revealed that members Brandon Reese and Earl Halasan had quit the band to pursue other endeavors, and that Brandon Elgar would be the new bass player and second vocalist, and DJ/Producer Christian Muchozuki known as GRAVES would be the bands new DJ/ studio member. The band had expressed that both new members were better fits personally and had the musicianship to drive the bands new sound to a stronger presence.
Palisades released their self-titled studio album on January 20, 2017 via Rise Records. The band stated in multiple interviews that the sound for Palisades on the album is "kind of definitive"
- Louis “Lou” Miceli Jr - lead vocals (2011–present)
- Xavier Adames – lead guitar, backing vocals (2011–present)
- Matthew Marshall – rhythm guitar (2011–present)
- Brandon Elgar – bass guitar, backing and co-lead vocals (2016–present)
- Aaron Rosa – drums, percussion (2011–present)
- Session member
- Christian "DJ" Graves" Mochizuki – turntables, sampling, keyboards, synthesizers, programming (2016–present)
- Former members
- Brandon Reese – bass guitar, backing vocals, co-lead vocals (2011–2016)
- Earl Halasan – turnables, sampling, keyboards, synthesizers, programming (2011–2016), lead and rhythm guitar (2011–2013)
- I'm Not Dying Today (2012)
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|"Bury It"||2012||I'm Not Dying Today|
(featuring Andy Leo from Crown the Empire)
|"High and Low"
(featuring Tyler Carter of Issues)
|"Player Haters' Ball"
|2016||"House of Wolves" (My Chemical Romance cover)||Rock Sound Presents: The Black Parade|
- "Bury It" (2012)
- "Disclosure" (2012)
- "Outcasts" featuring Andy Leo from Crown the Empire (2013)
- "High and Low" featuring Tyler Carter of Issues (2014)
- "Mind Games" featuring Champs (2014)
- "No Chaser" (2015)
- "Fall" (2016)
- "Let Down" (2017)
- "Better Chemicals" (2017)
|Tour name||Participating bands||Country/Continent||Participating from – to|
|The Revived Tour||Us, From Outside, A Faylene Sky, Palisades, Send The Messenger||North America||February – March 2012|
|The Jamboree 3 Festival||Like Moths to Flames, The Acacia Strain, The Black Dahlia Murder, Palisades, and more||North America||April 2012|
|Rise Records Freshman Class of 2012 Tour||The Air I Breathe, My Ticket Home, Hands Like Houses, Palisades||North America||May 2012|
|The Freedom Isn't Free Tour||Our Last Night, Crown the Empire, Set It Off, Palisades, Lions Lions, 'Alive, in Standby'||North America||June 2012|
|The Canadian Takeover Tour||My Ticket Home, Palisades, Horizons||North America||September 2012|
|The Infamous Tour||Abandon All Ships, Skip the Foreplay, For All Those Sleeping, Upon This Dawning, Palisades||North America||October 2012|
|The Filthy February Pt 1 Tour||I See Stars, For All Those Sleeping, Get Scared, Upon This Dawning, Palisades||North America||February 2013|
|The Rise Records Tour 2013||Like Moths to Flames, Crown the Empire, The Color Morale, Palisades, My Ticket Home||North America||April 2013|
|The Generation Now Tour||Crown the Empire, Capture the Crown, Palisades, Heartist, Famous Last Words||North America||May 2013|
|The Fear Inside Our Bones Tour||The Almost, Palisades, Sugar Glider||North America||June 2013|
|The Started at the Bottom, Now We're Here Tour||I See Stars, The Word Alive, Crown The Empire, Get Scared, Dayshell, Palisades||North America||October – November 2013|
|This Is How The Wind Shifts Europe Tour||Silverstein, Dream On Dreamer, Palisades||Europe||November – December 2013|
|Ride or Die Tour||Palisades, Famous Last Words, Tear Out The Heart, So Many Ways, One Last Look||North America||January – February 2014|
|The Acceptance Speech Tour||Dance Gavin Dance, Capture the Crown, Palisades, Bleach Blonde, Hideouts||North America||April – May 2014|
|The Allstars Tour||I See Stars, The Acacia Strain, Like Moths to Flames, Slaves, Structures, Mutrix, Betraying the Martyrs, Palisades, Sworn In, Upon This Dawning, and more||North America||July – August 2014|
|The Present, Future, Past Tour||We Came as Romans, For Today, The Color Morale, Palisades||North America||September – October 2014|
|The Not Your American Idols Tour||For All Those Sleeping, Capture the Crown, Ice Nine Kills, Palisades, Myka Relocate, Youth in Revolt||North America||October – November 2014|
|The Win-tour||For the Fallen Dreams, Palisades, Cane Hill||North America||December 2014|
|The Mind Games Release Tour||Palisades, For All I Am, Youth in Revolt, Aspire||North America||January 2015|
|Our Last Night World Tour||Palisades, Our Last Night||Europe||May 2015|
|Warped Tour 2015||August Burns Red, Blessthefall, Crossfaith, Hundredth, Knuckle Puck, Palisades, Simple Plan, This Wild Life and more||North America||June – August 2015|
|Younger Dreams Tour||Palisades, Our Last Night, Crooks||Europe||October – November 2015|
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- "Introducing... 'Rock Sound Presents: The Black Parade'". Rock Sound. August 8, 2016. Retrieved October 2, 2016.
- "Lacey Sturm + Stitched Up Heart to Embark on 2017 U.S. Tour". Loudwire. Retrieved June 21, 2017.