With 16 days left, Electro industrial metal outfit Freakangels's IndieGoGo campaign just passed their aimed target of 1.500 EURO / US $2,000 to fund their newest video. As promised, the band has now added an extra for every perk that was / will be chosen: an extra free EP CD / download (depending if people went digital or physical in the perk they chose) holding 10 extra tracks including rarities. People can still get the perks right here (including the extra free EP).
Here's the tracklist for the "The Book Of Violence Extended" EP that each supporter will receive.
We can also reveal you the "The Ones To Fall" track for which the video will be made.
You can listen to it right here.
New Aim: 2500 EURO
The band informs they now aim to raise 2.500 EURO (US $3,333). Later on this week they'll reveal what they'll offer with this extra money, but says the band: "Be sure as hell we won't just put it on the bank. We want to give you something extra AGAIN!" All the best and stay connected!
This October, Poland's pulverization purveyors Selfmadegod Records will unload the first new full-length release from UK hardcore punk act, Satanic Malfunctions, in over twenty-two years with the release of "Them".
The newest Satanic Malfunctions LP since the Scarborough, UK-based act's 1990-released "Disgrace To Humanity", the whirlwind of old-school hardcore punk on "Them" is a throwback to the mid-late '80s hardcore scene when the grindcore was only beginning to take shape. Raging with twenty tracks in just over thirty minutes, recorded by Bri Doom, of UK crust legends, Doom, "Them" proves that the quartet -- vocalist Kai, guitarist Yaga, bassist Ryan and drummer Ade -- haven't let their guard down, and are as capable of deploying the same aggressive, ultra-fast and frenzied socio-political musical melee they did more than two decades ago. A must-have for diehards of Active Minds, Disorder, Doom, Atavistic, Electro Hippies, L'arm and Heresy.
Ahead of the LP's release the track, "Gospel Truth" has been leaked; join the fight right here.
"Them" will be on the loose October 1st in Europe and October 15th in North America via Selfmadegod, who in 2012 also released the Satanic Malfunctions "Disgrace To Music" 2xCD compilation including the band's complete discography prior to "Them", including both previous LP's and all EP and compilation tracks. Merch bundles are available now direct from Selfmadegod here, and "Them" is available digitally here.
"Them" Track Listing:
1. Nothing New
2. Technological Religion
4. Daze Of The Weak
5. No Masters Or Slaves
6. On Your Knees
8. Gospel Truth
9. Pissed & Angry
11. Disorder Rule
12. Trappings Of Faith
13. Rules & Regulations
14. Dealing Out Death
16. Another Fiction
17. On The Cusp
18. Everything's Digital
19. Do You Know Who You Are?
20. Many Go Round
Atari Teenage Riot have finished recording their new album and are currently mastering it using the latest motion picture technology in Los Angeles to make it as loud and powerful as any major Hollywood blockbuster soundtrack.
In order to get everyone prepared for the new album the band have announced a quick fire tour of Europe to showcase the forthcoming new material and have released an exclusive snippet of a new album track to whet every one's appetite. The album track can be viewed here.
The European tour kicks off on the 24th October at Heaven in London and then takes in France, Portugal & Spain.
24.10.2013 GB-London, Heaven
25.10.2013 FR-Paris, Glazart
26.10.2013 FR-Nantes, Le Ferrailleur
27.10.2013 FR-Montpelier, Secret Place
30.10.2013 FR-Bordeaux, I-Boat
31.10.2013 PT-Porto, Hard Club
01.11.2013 ES-Madrid, Heineken Arena
02.11.2013 ES-Barcelona, Apolo 2
Tickets can be bought here: www.atari-teenage-riot.com
The new album is due for release in early 2014 and is the first to feature new member Rowdy Superstar who has the following to say about debuting tracks to his home town of London on the 24th October “Over the last two years I’ve played with Atari everywhere from Coachella in the Californian desert to Moscow during a Russian winter, through South America and all around South East Asia but this is a chance to show my home crowd how it’s done”. Atari Teenage Riot are more than a band playing music; they are the embodiment of crowd surging excitement, a social manifesto and a warning that government is there for its own good not yours. They have influenced everyone from the core underground to some of today’s top line acts while never losing their subversive legitimacy. Atari Teenage Riot is as relevant today as they were when they started which was highlighted by Rolling Stone who included them in their top ten acts of Coachella festival.
Baby Godzilla have confirmed the release of their next single on 28th of October through Venn Records. Released on translucent-blood wax 7-inch vinyl, explosive A-side "Don't Touch That Dial" will be backed by B-side 'Pig' and limited to only 500 copies. Signed by Gallows duo and Venn honchos, Stuart Gili-Ross and Laurent Barnard, Baby Godzilla are about to push their nerve even further this winter and cannot wait to get out on the road to tour the UK in October.
“Baby Godzilla are maniacs,” says Barnard. “Ever since we saw their ‘At the Oche’ video a year ago we've been waiting for an opportunity to release some tunes. Also be sure to catch them live, the word ‘decimation’ comes to mind!”
The video for "Don't Touch That Dial" was directed by David Louis Lankester and features all four members being tortured on a DIY game show. The band were hooded and gaffer taped to chairs, fed maggots, doused in liquids and rancid food waste, hit with golf balls, whipped and then sprayed from 3 meters with uzis carrying paintballs. Baby Godzilla can guarantee that no animals were hurt in the filming of this carnage, but all four band members took the biggest beating of their lives.
Vocalist Matt ‘Butch’ Reynolds has stated that "Don't Touch That Dial" is “a song about stupid people on the television, the really stupid people that watch them and the even more stupid people that aspire to be the stupid people that they are watching. Fucking idiots! We hate them!”
These two new tracks represent Nottingham’s Baby Godzilla at the top of their game. A band that no other can match on the live stage right now who are over-worked, under paid and guarantee to break you into tiny pieces.
Pre-order your limited edition 7” and large exclusive patch from http://www.vennrecords.com/shop/baby-godzilla/dttd/
Baby Godzilla will be annihilating audiences at the following shows. Make sure you do not miss them.
October / November tour dates:
3rd October - Sheffield Corporation
4th October - Manchester Academy
6th October - Glasgow Cathouse
8th October - Birmingham Academy
9th October - Bristol Thekkla
10th October - Southampton The Cellar
11th October - London Electric Ballroom
18th October – Milton Keynes Crauford Arms
2nd November – Crossfire Halloween Massacre, London
"Don't Touch That Dial" is An old term used at the end of a show before a commercial, the 'dial' part referring to old TV's that had dials to change channels. Some shows still use this, and only use it because other shows do. Other shows now use the term 'Don't touch that remote' or something like that. (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Don%27t%20touch%20that%20dial)
The song title can also be heard in the song 'WTV' by American Industrialists Ministry
Taking from the givings of past rock masters such as Queen and Thin Lizzy fused with modern classics such as Coheed & Cambria, Alter Bridge, Derbyshire five-some Emperor Chung are here to run rampant through the UK scene.
With a sound that boasts captivating vocals lines with infectious grooves and thunderous riffery separated by delectable dual-lead melodies, Emperor Chung are quickly making friends and have already garnered support from Scuzz TV and Team Rock Radio, as well as recently wooing crowds at this year’s Download Festival.
Hailing from Ilkeston in Derbyshire, and born at the tail end of 2011, all members of Emperor Chung previously served their time doing the rounds throughout the local scene. It wasn’t until they collectively formed Emperor Chung, that everything really started to click for the talented quintet. Intense gigging and rehearsals soon followed, and by the end of the year, the band had enough quality material to record their debut album.
The ascending crew recently played the YNOT festival with The Darkness, Macmillanfest with Tesseract and have more dates lined up throughout the UK this Autumn; along with having recently released their self-titled album and with the release of their spanking new video ‘The Bloodline’, which you can check out here, the unstoppable are poised to break! and with support building for the band with Rocksound, Classic Rock, Powerplay and Scuzz TV, this year is sure to be a colossal one for this rising rocksters!
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