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King Woman to tour with Russian Circles

Posted by Metal Riot on Monday, January 29, 2018 at 12:54 PM (PST)

KING WOMAN have announced a Spring 2018 North American tour with Russian Circles. The tour begins March 27th in Los Angeles, travels through 18 cities and ends April 22nd in Chicago, IL. A full list of confirmed tour dates is available below.

Additionally, KING WOMAN has recently shared a cover of “I Wanna Be Adored” by The Stone Roses. Listen and order the powerful cover on all digital services HERE.

KING WOMAN’s latest album Created in the Image of Suffering received high end of 2017 praise charting on notable album of the year lists such as Loudwire (#16), here at Metal Riot as our top album of the year (#1), Treble (#9), and Revolver (Best Music Video – Manna #15) among numerous others.

Created in the Image of Suffering is out now worldwide on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records. Physical packages are available on Relapse.com HERE and digital downloads on Bandcamp HERE.

Created in the Image of Suffering was recorded with engineer Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Wreck & Reference, Oathbreaker) at the Atomic Garden in Palo Alto, CA.  Each song evokes rich, gloomy imagery with crumbling washes of blurred, billowing distortion densely layered atop hazy, psychedelic atmospheres that call to mind a surrealistic Black Sabbath fronted by Mazzy Star. Complete with deeply personal, introspective lyrics that serve as a catharsis for years of religious and mental torment, KING WOMAN truly suffer to create their art.

A full collection of KING WOMAN’s music videos is available HERE.

Additionally, KING WOMAN are happy to announce they have now joined the management roster at Sargent House (Chelsea Wolfe, Deafheaven, Russian Circles, Earth, Mutoid Man, etc) and have just launched their new website which will be at kingwoman.band.

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Mastodon and Primus to tour this Summer

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Monday, January 29, 2018 at 11:23 AM (PST)

Fresh off their Grammy win, Mastodon are announcing they are hitting the road this summer with alternative meth funkers Primus. I think it is safe to say this tour will be nuts!   

Pre-sale tickets start Tuesday, Jan 30 local time HERE (password: Goblins) and general onsale is Friday, Feb 2.

Kicking off May 6 at Red Rocks the tour will cross the country and back with stops at Austin 360 Amphitheater, The Fox in Atlanta, Coney Island Amphitheater in Brooklyn, Northerly Island in Chicago, Greek Theaters in San Francisco and LA and many more before ending July 7 in Phoenix. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

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Machine Head drop new song “Volatile”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 12:13 PM (PST)

Machine Head are preparing to unleash their newest album Catharsis on January 26 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment!

Ahead of that release they’ve dropped on more song, “Volatile.”

Every track off this album so far have been amazing. “Volatile,” for its part, is a political song to remind anyone who’s confused, about the original and long-lasting political bent of heavy metal – “Sick of the white folks privileged and vain // Protesting a culture that isn’t the same // Don’t blame the false elites // When Nazi assholes march the streets.”

You’re going to want to pick up a copy of this album.

In the mean time you can stream “Volatile” and check out tour dates for Machine Head here.

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Necrot announce first ever European show

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 9:46 PM (PST)

Oakland, California death metal punks Necrot have announced their first ever set of European show.

The band will be playing the Kill-Town Death Fest in Copenhagen from September 6-9 this fall. They will also be playing the Decibel Magazine’s Metal and Beer Pre-Fest with Midnight, Powermad, and Coffin Dust.

Check out the full list of shows Necrot has lined up here.

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Satyricon announce final United States tour dates

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 8:34 PM (PST)

 

Darkened metal forebears Satyricon have had a vast impact on the underground through their winding and adventurous career. Deep Calleth Upon Deep from last year is another example of the band’s tireless pursuit of their own route, a solid addition to a respected career. The band have decided however that an upcoming tour in the Spring will be their last Stateside tour, though I am not sure if they are planning on calling it quits or just retreating back to Norwegian Woods.

Read more BELOW for dates and info.

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Slayer announce final world tour

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Monday, January 22, 2018 at 12:22 PM (PST)

I guess it had to happen someday. Slayer, arguably the best extreme live thrash band of all time, are calling it a day. I have so many insane memories of seeing them live, from Roseland with Fear Factory and Kilgore to at Mayhem with Slipknot to the Mid Hudson Civic Center to touring with Megadeth on the American Carnage tour to a bunch of other times. There just is nothing quite like seeing the band drop into the bridge of “War Ensemble” live and I doubt there ever will be again.

I liked Repentless and hoped they would have one more in them before a curtain call, but you’d be criminally insane to not believe they have had a historic run to rival nearly any band in metal or any genre. Hails, dudes. Kinda sad to see you guys go before the Kardashians.

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Withered announce North American 2018 Winter tour

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 9:40 AM (PST)

The gnarly riff barfers in WITHERED have announced a new leg of  North American tour dates. The Cvlt Nation-sponsored tour kicks off on March 24 and sees support come from WAKE. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below. Shit yes! We stan. We staaannnn!!!

Regarding the tour, WITHERED guitarist Mike Thompson comments, “After 6 months of one-off shows, a little writing, and regrouping, we can’t handle not being on the road any longer. So, we invited Canadian grinders, WAKE to join us late this winter for an eastern North America run. We plan to bring a new show with some songs we haven’t played in over a decade and can’t wait to reintroduce some of Withered’s back catalogue to new and old fans. It’s going to be one for the books.”

Sounds like a true excuse for a bangover.

 

WITHERED are touring in support of their new album, ‘Grief Relic’. The album, hailed as “a smarter and more sophisticated version of Withered, staking out territory in a more expansive landscape.” (Stereogum) is streaming now at the official WITHERED bandcamp page. The highly anticipated full-length is available across multiple CD and LP formats here.

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Sacramento, Ca based shredding tech death outfit ALTERBEAST will be releasing their newest album “Feast” on February 23rd and have announced their month long headlining Feast Winter Tour in support of the effort. Support will be coming from The Grindmother, Inferi (2/22-3/16), The Kennedy Veil (2/17-2/20), and Aethere.

Guitarist and founding member Andrew Lamb had this to say about the tour, “We are excited to announce the Feast Winter Tour 2018 w/ special guest Grindmother, Inferi, The Kennedy Veil, and Aethere! After recording what we think is our best record yet, the pack is gearing up to hit the road this February and March in support of our new record. We are taking some ultra dope bands with us to shred for 24 nights of blizzard level blast-beats, ice berg sized riffs, and cold, frost-bitten howls that will leave you numb to the world till you thaw out this Spring! We will have some new merch designs EXCLUSIVELY for this tour as well as copies of FEAST on CD/vinyl before it’s released of February 23rd! Roll out to a date and go BEASTMODE with us! Wolfsiiiidddde!” 

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Following the unfortunate loss of one of metal’s most revered vocalists, WARREL DANE(Sanctuary, Nevermore), prior to SANCTUARY‘s upcoming dates supporting Iced Earth across North America, the band has announced the tour will go forth as planned. The shows will act as a farewell tour in tribute to the life and memory of DANE with guest vocals for SANCTUARY to be performed by Joseph Michael (Witherfall).

SANCTUARY guitarist Lenny Rutledge comments:
Sanctuary has decided to continue on with the Iced Earth tour to pay tribute to our brother Warrel Dane. We have enlisted the help of our friend Joseph Michael from Witherfall. The set will consist of many old and some newer songs performed with the utmost respect and quality to honor our friend. Please join us in this farewell as we celebrate Warrel’s musical legacy with Sanctuary. We look forward to sharing this tribute with all of you.

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Iron Reagan/Gatecreeper release a split LP

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 3:00 PM (PST)

 

Virginian crossover thrashers Iron Reagan and Arizonian death metallers Gatecreeper have teamed up to release a split LP.

The split, mixed by Kurt Ballou at Godcity Studios, is expected to be released on March 2 via Relapse Records.

Iron Reagan kick off their brief East Coast headline tour today in Washington D.C. and consists of five intimate concerts ending January 14 in Richmond, VA. Gatecreeper will perform an exclusive headline concert, presented by Revolver Magazine, on January 27 at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY. The band has also announced two February concerts in Arizona with label-mates Mammoth Grinder plus festival appearances at Modified Ghost Festival III and Northwest Terror Fest.

Check out Iron Reagan’s “Paper Shredder” and Gatecreeper’s “War Has Begun” as well as each band’s respective tour dates and the tracklist for the split release here.

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Dying Whale on tour; working on new material

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 2:31 PM (PST)

[photo by Matthew Zagorski]

Georgia hardcore punks Dying Whale will be playing the Birdhaus in Statesboro, GA tonight (01/10) and the Cory’s Grilled Cheese in Charleston, SC tomorrow (01/11).

Dying Whale will be joined by Post Nothing and Crushed!?.

Dying Whale will divulge additional tours for announcement in the coming weeks, alongside details on impending new recordings for 2018.

Dying Whale released their Last Moments Of Misery album through Nefarious Industries in February 2017, coalescing elements of metal, sludge, and hardcore.

Head over to Dying Whale’s Bandcamp to listen to Last Moments of Misery.

DYING WHALE w/ Post Nothing, Crushed!?:
1/09/2018 The Estate – Columbus, GA
1/10/2018 Birdhaus – Statesboro, GA
1/11/2018 Cory’s Grilled Cheese – Charleston, SC

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Anvil prepare to release ‘Pounding The Pavement’

Posted by longhairedpoet on Monday, January 8, 2018 at 5:01 PM (PST)

Canadian heavy metallers Anvil are preparing to release their 17th studio album Pounding The Pavement on January 19 via SPV/Steamhammer.

Anvil will be heading out on tour through Europe in support of the album starting in February.

Pounding The Pavement was produced at the Soundlodge studios in Rhauderfehn in the northwest of Germany, where Anvil found not only the necessary peace and seclusion to concentrate on their recordings, but also met in studio owner Jörg Uken the ideal producer for their ambitioned work. Talking of which: the programmatic album title Pounding The Pavement is a synonym for the consistently serious challenge of ensuring Anvil’s financial survival. Steve Kudlow (guitars/vocals): “I feel nothing could describe the way we’ve been working for the past forty years better than Pounding The Pavement: Anvil have tried for four decades to earn enough money to survive and continue to make music.”

In view of their impressive new album which brims over with inspiration, Anvil can look into the future with optimism, knowing that they have succeeded – as expressed in their song ´Doing What I Want` – in not having to pander to anyone’s taste artistically: “Despite all adversities that the life of a musician entails, we still find ourselves in a very privileged position. We can basically do what we want to do. Nobody interferes, nobody tries to steer us in one direction or the other. Which other artists can say that of themselves? Even the biggest bands in the world envy us and tell us: ‘You damn bastards have always been able to do what you want.’ And that’s precisely what we’ve done again on Pounding The Pavement.”

Check out info about the album and Anvil tour dates here.

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Cane Hill premieres “It Follows” over at RevolverMag.com

Posted by longhairedpoet on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 1:12 AM (PST)

Louisiana nu metallers Cane Hill have released their newest track “It Follows” via RevolverMag.com.

“It Follows” comes off the band’s forthcoming album Too Far Gone due out January 19 via Rise Records.

About “It Follows”, singer Elijah Witt told Revolver, “This was a really fun song to write and it probably took us the longest. It’s heavy and catchy all at once. We were trying to go for full on ‘metal epic’ without over-reaching and I think we did just that.”

Cane Hill will be hitting the road soon to tour with Of Mice & Men, Blessthefall and Fire From the Gods.

Check out “It Follows” as well as other recent Cane Hill tracks and the band’s upcoming tour dates here.

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The Plot In You announces US tour; ‘Dispose’ out Febuary 16

Posted by longhairedpoet on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 12:48 AM (PST)
Photo credit: ASHLEY OSBORN

Photo credit: ASHLEY OSBORN

Ohio metallers The Plot In You are preparing to embark on a tour of the United States in support of their latest, forthcoming album Dispose, due out February 16 via Fearless Records.

The Plot In You will be touring as direct support for We Came As Romans. They will be joined by Oceans At Alaska, Currents, and Tempting Fate.

The tour will run 33 dates, kicking off on February 28 at Pittsburgh’s Rex Theater and ending on April 28 at Grand Rapids’ The Intersection.

“This album is our proudest release so far, it’s almost a complete restart on the band,” explains Tewers. “The music has continued to naturally evolve in the way that we have wanted it to for a long time and we have a completely new team helping to roll it out which has been refreshing.”

Check out tour dates as well as the music videos for “Feel Nothing” and “Not Just Breathing” here.

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Hello friends.
Lot to be stoked about for 2018 already from new Clutch album being started to Watain to American Nightmare returning to Judas Priest and new stuff from Agrimonia. I have been dealing with psycho land lord bullshit and my parent’s house facing foreclosure as well as helping Globelamp make her witchy new emo folk album Romantic Cancer (out in early 2018, deets announced soon). It has been an interesting ‘press break’ after the holidays, but we are indeed back. Anyway, throwing up a press release today as am pressed for time but want to get you all stoked on a sick pairing of the APMD homies and fucking Baptists! Killer energy to start the year with charged up and on fire! Let’s do this.
Press Release:

 

In support of their monstrous 2017-released Hostage Animal, ALL PIGS MUST DIE has announced a string of West Coast shows in support of the album. These shows follow the band’s East Coast record release mini-tour which closed out the year, and mark their anticipated return to the West Coast in five years. With Vancouver-based labelmates Baptists on the lineup as well, this will be a tour not to miss. Tickets go on sale Monday, January 8th at 10am in each respective market; see the full routing below.

 

 
ALL PIGS MUST DIE, now a five-piece with the addition of Brian Izzi (Trap Them) on guitar, is comprised of some of the most well-seasoned musicians on the eastern seaboard – Kevin Baker (The Hope Conspiracy), Ben Koller (Converge), Matt Woods, and Adam Wentworth (both of Bloodhorse).Hostage Animal is their most dynamic collection of work thus far and is an aural representation of the band as a whole; concise, intense, aggressive, and carrying a bleak world view. Available now from Southern Lord, Hostage Animal showcases that ALL PIGS MUST DIE is far more than the sum of their parts, and their fusion of crust punk, hardcore, and metal is more ferocious than ever before.

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