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Boston metalcore group ICE NINE KILLS have achieved a new career highlight by landing their current single “A Grave Mistake” in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Active Mainstream Rock Radio chart. The song, now positioned at #10, is from their fifth full-length album THE SILVER SCREAM, out now via Fearless Records which has surpassed 70,000 albums sold. Listen to “A Grave Mistake” and its music video, which is part of a mini-series mini-series that injects their own narrative into the famous movies they pay homage to below.

ICE NINE KILLS recently performed an acoustic version of the track with special guest Ash Costello (New Years Day) at the sold-out 25th anniversary screening of The Crow--the movie which the song is themed after–in Hollywood, CA hosted by Screamfest Film Festival. They will return for Screamfest’s upcoming screening of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter with another special acoustic rendition of the album track “Thank God It’s Friday” on Saturday, July 27 at Ahrya Fine Arts By Laemmle in Beverly Hills. Tickets are available here: https://screamfestla.com/2019/event/friday-13th-final-chapter.

Since the album’s release late last year, the band have been extensively touring across North America on their headlining “The Silver Scream” Tour, in addition to recently appearing as direct support for Falling In Reverse alongside New Years Day and From Ashes to New including a sold-out show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles where they were joined on stage by ska legends REEL BIG FISH for the single, “IT Is The End.

ICE NINE KILLS have announced an additional string of U.S. headlining shows from July 12-25 with support from Toothgrinder and HAWK, followed by a month-long trek across Europe in September. Dates can be found listed below. Tickets and VIP meet & greet upgrades are available now at ink-vip.com.

Recorded with producer Drew Fulk (Bullet For My Valentine), vocalist Spencer Charnas tuned into his obsession with horror and recorded some of the album’s vocals at famous horror locations including the houses used in the original Halloween and A Nightmare on Elm Street. Guest appearances also feature notable names in the horror genre including Sam Kubrick, grandson of Stanley Kubrick, and Chelsea Talmadge (Stranger Things) as well as guests from the band’s punk-flavored past including members of Finch, Fenix TX, Mest, and Less Than Jake.

Stream THE SILVER SCREAM now at: http://found.ee/thesilverscream

Tour dates BELOW.

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Hey friends. So, the “President” thinks the Moon is part of Mars. Congrats to the tech death scene for being more scientifically accurate on weird space album covers than the fucking President at this point. Anyway, let’s get some weekend metal news going for ya on this fine Saturday.

First, go see Dark Phoenix. It was not perfect but was better than like 4-5 other X films (I didn’t personally like Deadpool 2 much cuz of the egregious excessive prison rape jokes). Sophie T was friggin’ X-cellent as a younger more insecure Jean coming into hard truths. I am confused since she already had the Phoenix Force in the Apocalypse movie, so that was weird. That said (SPOILERS), it is character driven, female focused, Nightcrawler goes HAM, there’s a Dazzler cameo, friggin’ Magneto has an amazing dirt of your shoulder train crunching scene that is almost as good as Luke’s shoulder brush off moment in The Last Jedi, there’s a Dazzler cameo and we finally have a good X film not overly dependent on Wolverine. While the alien villains are underdeveloped, I thought the Prof X/Beast/Magneto dynamics and the backstory childhood Jean stuff was very well done, the action was amazing, the ending was a beautiful send off to these films and overall while obviously not the classic comic the TONE very much suited and fit great with this particular franchise and what it needed. Jean’s protective motivations near the finale and love and emotion as strength mantra was beautiful and well done, the trippy Phoenix effects at the climax were super cool on a huge screen and I actually would go see it again today if I had the cash.

And the big weekend news is…Despised Icon are going to kick some major ass on their upcoming tour with slammers Ingested plus the very heavy Kublai Khan, and no joke Shadow of Intent. As if that wasn’t enough fucking legends Suffocation and Devourment plus Angelmaker, I Am, and I Declare War will appear on select dates. That’s a lot of mosh for anyone.

Ingested drummer Lyn Jeffs commented, “We’re stoked to be touring with our buddies in Despised Icon. This is something we have talked about doing with each other for nearly 13 years and we can’t wait to smash it with the boys in Canada and the USA this Autumn. What an awesome line up too, we’ll be joined by Kublai Khan, Shadow of Intent and in selected cities with the boys in Suffocation, Devourment, Angelmaker, I Am & I Declare War.”

Dates below –

9/20 Saskatoon, SK @ Coors
9/21 Edmonton, AB @ Starlite Room
9/22 Calgary, AB @ Dickens
9/24 Seattle, Wa @ El Corazon
9/25 Portland, Or @ Bossanova Ballroom
9/27 Sacramento, Ca @ Holy Diver
9/28 Anaheim, Ca @ Chain Reaction
9/29 Las Vega, Nv @ BBB
9/30 Salt Lake City, Ut @ In the Venue
10/1 Denver, Co @ Oriental Theatre
10/2 Albuquerque, Nm @ Launchpad
10/3 Dallas, Tx @ Gas Monkey Bar n’ Grill
10/4 Houston, Tx @ Warehouse Live
10/5 New Orleans, La @ Southport Hall
10/6 Atlanta, Ga @ Masquerade (Hell)
10/8 Philadelphia, Pa @ TLA
10/9 New York, Ny @ Grammercy Theater
10/10 Worcester, Ma @ The Palladium

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Texas boys Blacktop Mojo are a very driven band who are nearing the release of their third grassroots buzz-swell album Under The Sun. These dudes have earned every ounce of their growing popularity with hard work and hard rock focus. A new video for a tune with the same name as the tour “Can’t Sleep” will go public on June 21st the same day the song is available for streaming and downloading and the new full length is expected in September.

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May metal wrap-up ft. Carpathia, Diviner, Under Aegis and MORE!

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 2:12 PM (PST)

Hey metalheads! I’m going to throw some stuff together on this post that I didn’t want to leave uncovered as we begin to approach the end of the month (Is it the end of May already?!).

Let’s start with some news from Those Darn Gnomes! San Diego jazz metallers are preparing to release Calling Whitetails To A Tuned Bow via Nefarious Industries on June 28.

This release will tickle the fancy of fans of Naked City, Ornette Coleman, Fantômas, Zu, Boredoms, Oxbow, Merzbow, and Ruins.

Check out a trailer for the album below:

You can also head over to the Those Darn Gnomes Bandcamp if you need to catch up on their sound before Calling Whitetails To A Tuned Bow drops.

Those Darn Gnomes are also going on a west coast tour! Check out the tour dates:

THOSE DARN GNOMES Live:
5/31/2019 San Diego Content Partners – San Diego, CA * album release show
6/05/2019 Coaxial – Los Angeles, CA w/ Fuck Your Birthday
6/06/2019 Weird Hues – San Diego, CAw/ Fuck Your Birthday
6/09/2019 Thought//Forms Gallery – Denver, COw/ Fuck Your Birthday
6/13/2019 Twilight – Portland, OR w/ Fuck Your Birthday, Mercury Tree, Leafminer
6/14/2019 The Urgus (house show) – Eugene, OR w/ Fuck Your Birthday
6/17/2019 Honey Hive Gallery – San Francisco, CA w/ Fuck Your Birthday
6/21/2019 Infinite Noise Outrageous Loud – Los Angeles, CA
6/29/2019 UC San Diego – San Diego, CA

Check out the rest of the news from Sanctuary, Under Aegis, Diviner, Luna Sol, and Carpathia here.

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Light This City announce European tour dates

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 1:09 PM (PST)

Bay area melodic death metallers Light This City have announced their first ever European tour!

The band is continuing to tour in support of Terminal Bloom which was released last year through Creator-Destructor Records.

Following several tours throughout the US and Canada, as well as their first tour of Mexico, and a recent tour of Japan, Light This City now confirms their first trip across the Atlantic. The band’s “European Bloom Part 1” trek will begin September 12th and run through Germany, Denmark, Holland, Austria, Italy, and Switzerland, coming to an end on September 21st. Watch for additional tour dates to be announced in the months ahead as the band continues to book new ventures.

Drummer Ben Murray states: “We couldn’t be more excited to finally bring our thrash attack to Europe! This is just part 1 of our plan to tour Europe, as we’ll be announcing another run early next year. If you live in one of these cities, we hope you make it out to one of the shows! It’s been fifteen years since we began as a band, and we’ve wanted to get to Europe the whole time. See you in September!”

Check out the list of tour dates here.

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Neckbeard Deathcamp, whose presence has been blowing up my social media feeds for a while now, have released their album So Much For The Tolerant Left today via Prosthetic Records.

According to the press release for the album, “Neckbeard Deathcamp will continue mercilessly berating NSBM and alt-right trolls alike throughout the United States.”

Check Neckbeard Deathcamp on tour with Theories, Dryad, and No Convictions now through the middle of June.

Check out the full list of tour dates as well as “Bricks Out For Harambe” here.

Ashbringer announce Absolution tour

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, May 24, 2019 at 3:04 PM (PST)

Ashbringer have announced an Absolution tour which is set to kick off in July.

The tour will be in support of the band’s newest album Absolution, due out on June 28, 2019 via Prosthetic Records.

Check out the first song released from the upcoming album “Dreamscape” as well as Ashbringer tour dates here.

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Baring Teeth announce tour with Cognizant

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, May 24, 2019 at 12:08 PM (PST)

Dallas, Texas metallers Baring Teeth have announced a tour with Cognizant. The band is continuing to tour in support of their 2018 release Transitive Savagery.

Baring Teeth frontman Andrew Hawkins said of the tour, “”We’ll be going through a few cities we’ve never been to before, so we’re really happy to bring Transitive Savagery to the masses!”

Head on over to Baring Teeth’s Bandcamp to experience the full crushing weight of Transitive Savagery.

Check out the full list of tour dates here.

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Immortal Bird stream new song “Vestigial Warnings”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, May 24, 2019 at 10:26 AM (PST)

Chicago metallers Immortal Bird have released their newest song “Vestigial Warnings.”

This grotesque track comes off the band’s upcoming album Thrive On Neglect which will be released on July 5 via 20 Buck Spin.

Says vocalist Rae Amitay of the track:

“This was the first full song we wrote together as our current configuration, and we’ve been playing it together for almost two years. Finally having it recorded and released feels like a significant step. Lyrically, this one is more ‘political’ than the rest of the material on the album. I’m not trying to be indirect by using metaphor, but I also don’t want to limit people’s perspective by being overt. With the ‘eyeless, glowing grubs…sickly white, dying still…choir of weakened gasping…,’ I’m not saying that I was thinking about certain people who occupy positions of power in this country but… Actually, that is what I’m saying. ‘They’ll tell you this is how it has to be. Abandon hope and worship apathy.'”

The upcoming Thrive On Neglect was produced by Dave Otero (Archspire, Cattle Decapitation, Khemmis).

Immortal Bird are heading out on a two-week tour starting today. Check out tour dates as well as “Vestigial Warnings” here.

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The Accüsed A.D. announce summer tour dates

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 3:54 PM (PST)

The Accused A.D. hit the road yesterday on their summer tour.

The Accused A.D. is currently touring in support of The Ghoul In The Mirror, which came out on May 10 and which is on its second pressing.

Stream the entire album over at Brooklyn Vegan.

You can check out the video for “Juego Terminado” as well as The Accused A.D. tour dates here.

Pelican share “Cold Hope”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 3:20 PM (PST)

Illinois metallers Pelican have released their latest track “Cold Hope.”

“Cold Hope” comes from the forthcoming album Nighttime Stories out on June 7 via Southern Lord Records.

Check out “Cold Hope” as well as Pelican tour dates here.

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IRATA stream ‘Tower’ Full-Length via PopMatters

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 2:53 PM (PST)

Greensboro, NC rockers IRATA are preparing to release their newest full-length, Tower on May 24. Ahead of that release, their streaming the entire album over at PopMatters.

Tower will be released via Small Stone Records.

IRATA have a handful of shows coming up, including a few with Weedeater.

Check out the tour dates here.

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Bloodletting North America Tour Lineup and Dates revealed

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 2:30 PM (PST)

The Bloodletting North America Tour will be coming this September and October. Headlined by Disentomb, the tour will also feature Visceral Disgorge, Signs of the Swarm, Continuum, Organectomy, and Within Destruction.

The tour, in it’s thirteenth year, will cover the US and Eastern Canada.

Unique Leader Records commented,”We are beyond excited to unveil the lineup for the 13th Bloodletting North America tour! We are incredibly happy to have the mighty DISENTOMB headlining alongside so many of our artists. This is definitely one of the most insanely brutal lineups of the year so don’t miss out!”

Check out dates for the tour here.

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HELLYEAH release “Welcome Home” music video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 1:45 PM (PST)

HELLYEAH, recently rocked by the passing of Vinnie Paul, have released their latest track “Welcome Home,” the title track off their upcoming album, due out on September 27.

“Welcome Home” follows “333,” released on March 14. The album will be the band’s sixth, and the followup to 2016’s Unden!able.

HELLYEAH have enlisted Stone Sour drummer Roy Mayorga for their upcoming tour.

Check out the video for “Welcome Home” and HELLYEAH tour dates here.

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The Acacia Strain will tour with Kublai Khan, Judiciary, and Chamber this summer for the “Impact Crater Tour 2019.” Dates are listed below and for the fuck of it first I am also throwing in one of their nastiest newer jams “Dark Harvest” cuz you know you wanna crank that shit today.

7/31 Waterford, NY @ Chrome
8/1 Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall
8/2 Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
8/3 Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
8/4 Cudahy, WI @ X-Ray Arcade
8/6 Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose Tap House
8/7 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
8/8 Nashville, TN @ The End
8/9 Knoxville, TN @ The Concourse
8/10 Augusta, GA @ The Epicenter
8/11 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend
8/13 Louisville, KY @ The Tiger Room
8/14 Cincinnati, OH @ Northside Yacht Club
8/15 Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
8/16 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
8/18 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus

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