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Official Merchandise - Metal Crest Sw...
$39.99
Official Merchandise - Metal Crest Lo...
$36.99
Official Merchandise - Metal Crest T-...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Surfer Skull -...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Surfer Skull -...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Horizons T-Shirt
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Metal Crest Pu...
$54.99
Darker Still - incl. 3 Bonus Tracks
$28.34
Darker Still
$12.98
Official Merchandise - Reverence Swea...
$39.99
Official Merchandise - Reverence T-Sh...
$19.99
Viva The Underdogs
$18.50
Viva The Underdogs
$29.85
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Ta...
$24.99
Womens Parkway Drive - Official Merch...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth T-...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Pr...
$22.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Sw...
$35.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Lo...
$29.99
Official Merchandise - Reverence Mono...
$39.99
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Parkway Drive's tour

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Parkway Drive at Salt Lake City, UT in The Complex 2023
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Fan Reviews

Brie
October 11th 2023
This was one of the absolute best Parkway Drive shows I have ever seen! Every band member is giving their all. Lights, fire, spinning drum kit and stage performance from the band is just phenomenal! Best band around! We were lucky to see them four times this year and this Vegas show was just the best!! Until next time PWD!! \m/
Las Vegas, NV@
The Theater at Virgin Hotels
Robert Lunt
October 4th 2023
One of the best concerts I've ever had the privilege of seeing. All four bands played incredibly. Most of the audience singed and screamed their hearts out. The energy was absolutely insane. My only complaint is that once the show ended I wish we could have just started over from the beginning. A generation born to witness the end of the world
Salt Lake City, UT@
The Complex
Julien
September 22nd 2023
Third time the charm! 2 cancellations from covid, finally got to them on a stage where the rotating drumkit was used. Loved the fire show too. All 3 supporting bands kicked ass, Make Them Suffer, Northlane, and Amity Affliction. Love the VIP area where we had some tables to have our food and drinks. A bonus was the nicer washroom for the VIP. Cozy sofa that were available between sets to sit on, another bonus. Sad to see the sand gone from Echo Beach, should it be renamed to RBC Echo Concrete Park?
Toronto, ON@
RBC Echo Beach
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About Parkway Drive

In the kitchen of the Byron Bay home of Winston McCall stands a refrigerator, adorned on one side by a quote from Tom Waits: "I want beautiful melodies telling me terrible things."

This, the Parkway Drive vocalist says, is a pretty good summation of himself. It holds true, too, as one of the guiding principles behind Darker Still, the seventh full-length album to be born of this picturesque and serene corner of north-eastern NSW, Australia, and the defining musical statement to date from one of modern metal's most revered bands. 

Darker Still, McCall says, is the vision he and his bandmates have held in their mind's eye since a misfit group of friends first convened in their parents' basements and backyards in 2003. The journey to reach this moment has seen Parkway evolve from metal underdogs to festival-headlining behemoth, off the back of close to 20 gruelling years, six critically and commercially acclaimed studio albums (all of which achieving Gold status in their home nation), three documentaries, one live album, and many, many thousands of shows. 

"When Parkway originally started out, we all were trying to push ourselves to do more than we possibly could," is how McCall explains it. "What you hear on Darker Still is the final fulfillment of our ability to learn and grow catching up with the imagination that we have always had."

To understand that growth is to understand Darker Still, both musically and thematically. Those who thought they had Parkway Drive figured out — the unrivaled energy, the high-octane breakdowns, McCall's trademark bark — need reconsider everything they know about Australia's masters of heavy. Darker Still stands as the culmination of a transformative time that has seen Parkway reach new heights of creativity and success by eschewing the restrictive, safe conventions of genre and abandoning their own self-imposed rules in favor of a wide-eyed appreciation of bold new horizons. "There are compositions and songs that we'd never attempted before – or, to be more accurate, which we have attempted in the past, but not had the courage, time or understanding to pull off," McCall reveals. 

And so while Darker Still remains irrefutably Parkway Drive, it finds the band sonically standing shoulder to shoulder with rock and metal's greats — Metallica, Pantera, Machine Head, Guns N' Roses – as much as it does their metalcore contemporaries. The album explores the concept of the "dark night of the soul," which is "the idea of reaching a point in your life where you are faced with a reckoning of your structure of beliefs, your sense of self and your place in the world, to a point where it's irreconcilable with the way that you are as a person," as McCall describes. Darker Still unfurls like the great rock concept albums, from Pink Floyd to, most comparably, Nine Inch Nails' The Downward Spiral, its 11 tracks taking in ruminations on society’s fear of death, isolation and a loss of humanity in its journey to redemptive enlightenment. 

This is the Parkway Drive the band have been striving to be for two decades. Guitarist Jeff Ling says it best: "I'm really proud of what we have achieved together, and feel that as musicians, we have really ascended to new realms of class and ability." 

Emerging from the darkness of the past few years, this is the true face of Parkway —redefined and resolute, focused in mind and defiant in spirit.
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Genres:
Hardcore, Metal, Metalcore
Band Members:
Ben Gordon, Luke Kilpatrick, Jeff Ling, Winston McCall, Jia O'Connor
Hometown:
Byron Bay, Australia

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Live Photos of Parkway Drive

Parkway Drive at Salt Lake City, UT in The Complex 2023
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Parkway Drive merch
amazonview store

Official Merchandise - Metal Crest Sw...
$39.99
Official Merchandise - Metal Crest Lo...
$36.99
Official Merchandise - Metal Crest T-...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Surfer Skull -...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Surfer Skull -...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Horizons T-Shirt
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Metal Crest Pu...
$54.99
Darker Still - incl. 3 Bonus Tracks
$28.34
Darker Still
$12.98
Official Merchandise - Reverence Swea...
$39.99
Official Merchandise - Reverence T-Sh...
$19.99
Viva The Underdogs
$18.50
Viva The Underdogs
$29.85
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Ta...
$24.99
Womens Parkway Drive - Official Merch...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth T-...
$24.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Pr...
$22.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Sw...
$35.99
Official Merchandise - Atlas Earth Lo...
$29.99
Official Merchandise - Reverence Mono...
$39.99
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Parkway Drive's tour

Fan Reviews

Brie
October 11th 2023
This was one of the absolute best Parkway Drive shows I have ever seen! Every band member is giving their all. Lights, fire, spinning drum kit and stage performance from the band is just phenomenal! Best band around! We were lucky to see them four times this year and this Vegas show was just the best!! Until next time PWD!! \m/
Las Vegas, NV@
The Theater at Virgin Hotels
Robert Lunt
October 4th 2023
One of the best concerts I've ever had the privilege of seeing. All four bands played incredibly. Most of the audience singed and screamed their hearts out. The energy was absolutely insane. My only complaint is that once the show ended I wish we could have just started over from the beginning. A generation born to witness the end of the world
Salt Lake City, UT@
The Complex
Julien
September 22nd 2023
Third time the charm! 2 cancellations from covid, finally got to them on a stage where the rotating drumkit was used. Loved the fire show too. All 3 supporting bands kicked ass, Make Them Suffer, Northlane, and Amity Affliction. Love the VIP area where we had some tables to have our food and drinks. A bonus was the nicer washroom for the VIP. Cozy sofa that were available between sets to sit on, another bonus. Sad to see the sand gone from Echo Beach, should it be renamed to RBC Echo Concrete Park?
Toronto, ON@
RBC Echo Beach
View More Fan Reviews

About Parkway Drive

In the kitchen of the Byron Bay home of Winston McCall stands a refrigerator, adorned on one side by a quote from Tom Waits: "I want beautiful melodies telling me terrible things."

This, the Parkway Drive vocalist says, is a pretty good summation of himself. It holds true, too, as one of the guiding principles behind Darker Still, the seventh full-length album to be born of this picturesque and serene corner of north-eastern NSW, Australia, and the defining musical statement to date from one of modern metal's most revered bands. 

Darker Still, McCall says, is the vision he and his bandmates have held in their mind's eye since a misfit group of friends first convened in their parents' basements and backyards in 2003. The journey to reach this moment has seen Parkway evolve from metal underdogs to festival-headlining behemoth, off the back of close to 20 gruelling years, six critically and commercially acclaimed studio albums (all of which achieving Gold status in their home nation), three documentaries, one live album, and many, many thousands of shows. 

"When Parkway originally started out, we all were trying to push ourselves to do more than we possibly could," is how McCall explains it. "What you hear on Darker Still is the final fulfillment of our ability to learn and grow catching up with the imagination that we have always had."

To understand that growth is to understand Darker Still, both musically and thematically. Those who thought they had Parkway Drive figured out — the unrivaled energy, the high-octane breakdowns, McCall's trademark bark — need reconsider everything they know about Australia's masters of heavy. Darker Still stands as the culmination of a transformative time that has seen Parkway reach new heights of creativity and success by eschewing the restrictive, safe conventions of genre and abandoning their own self-imposed rules in favor of a wide-eyed appreciation of bold new horizons. "There are compositions and songs that we'd never attempted before – or, to be more accurate, which we have attempted in the past, but not had the courage, time or understanding to pull off," McCall reveals. 

And so while Darker Still remains irrefutably Parkway Drive, it finds the band sonically standing shoulder to shoulder with rock and metal's greats — Metallica, Pantera, Machine Head, Guns N' Roses – as much as it does their metalcore contemporaries. The album explores the concept of the "dark night of the soul," which is "the idea of reaching a point in your life where you are faced with a reckoning of your structure of beliefs, your sense of self and your place in the world, to a point where it's irreconcilable with the way that you are as a person," as McCall describes. Darker Still unfurls like the great rock concept albums, from Pink Floyd to, most comparably, Nine Inch Nails' The Downward Spiral, its 11 tracks taking in ruminations on society’s fear of death, isolation and a loss of humanity in its journey to redemptive enlightenment. 

This is the Parkway Drive the band have been striving to be for two decades. Guitarist Jeff Ling says it best: "I'm really proud of what we have achieved together, and feel that as musicians, we have really ascended to new realms of class and ability." 

Emerging from the darkness of the past few years, this is the true face of Parkway —redefined and resolute, focused in mind and defiant in spirit.
Show More
Genres:
Hardcore, Metal, Metalcore
Band Members:
Ben Gordon, Luke Kilpatrick, Jeff Ling, Winston McCall, Jia O'Connor
Hometown:
Byron Bay, Australia

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