Swiss Metalcore act Fueled By Fear released their new EP, entitled "This Forsaken Place" on February 11th 2019 via Ashburn Records. Furthermore the band reveals that they will shoot a video "The Devil Will Be Waiting“ by the beginning of March.
Comments the band:
""This Forsaken Place" is a five song EP, recorded in Summer 2018. Ten songs recorded and 5 released on Ashburn Records. On the EP is featured also our new drummer, Philipp Eichenberger. The sound is heavier and faster, more into thrash than ever. By the beginning of March we'll shoot the first video, for the song "The Devil Will Be Waiting“. So stay tuned!"
EP artwork was done by Azrael Deaign.
Stream "The Devil Will Be Waiting“ here:- https://youtu.be/JHMcMjHWv2g
Fueled By Fear, was formed in late 2011, under the name of “Blood Bound”, featuring members out of formerly well known bands, such as ‘Ex- ortation’, ‘Die by Design’, ‘Framestand’ and ‘Disparaged’. Their debut full length album “Two By Eight” was released on December 16th 2016 by Ashburn Productions. After the album release, the band played a lot of Club shows in Switzerland. The Album hit the Swedish Rock Charts place 5 and entered the Swiss Charts too. The band has toured with Sepultura (on their Baltic Tour in March 2012) and In Flames (on their Russian mini tour in 2013). Fueled By Fear released their new EP "This Forsaken Place" on February 11th 2019 via Ashburn Records.
A few weeks only after the official release of their debut EP 'Moon Phases', French metalcore newcomers Dizorder shared an official music video for the single "The Real Face" for worldwide exclusive on Beheading The Traitor Channel.
The song features on 'Moon Phases' still available for CD & digital on Bandcamp and the main legal platforms (iTunes, Spotify, Deezer...).
Watch the music video of "The Real Face"
Stream the 'Moon Phases' EP | Order your CD/Digital copy
Born from Val-d'Oise, Dizorder recently won 2 days of training at Le Forum de Vauréal to get prepared for any gig and has been elected by the audience of the open mic of La Ruche 2018.
Driven by the brutal screams of their female singer, the band offers an alternative metal at the crossroads between Flyleaf, Deftones, Northlane and frees themselves from more lyrical spheres.
For fans of Northlane, Deftones, Flyleaf...
Italian thrash-core band Engine Driven Cultivators has just signed a new record deal with Italian label Punishment 18 Records in order to release their fourth full-length album. The new effort will be released later this spring. New information will follow soon.
Metalcore’s next breakout band Kingdom Of Giants has joined forces with the genre’s leading label SharpTone Records, and today has released a music video for their brand-new single, 'Bleach.'
“The KOG boys and I are beyond excited to announce our signing to SharpTone Records. The roster is filled with so many of our close friends and so much talent, it is an honour to be put remotely in the same category as any of them. Along with the signing announcement we have dropped our brand new single 'Bleach' - tracked, mixed, and mastered by myself, and co-written with a few close friends Daniel Goehring, Noel Torres, Stuart Richardson, and Mitchell Garrett. The song is accompanied by my personal favourite music video from KOG to date, shot and edited by the legend Orie McGuinnes, the last few months we’ve had opportunities present themselves that we never thought possible, and are eternally grateful to anyone and anything that has helped us this far in our career.” - KOG.
We hope you are all as excited as we are for the future of Dana Willax
The new single arrives just in time for Kingdom Of Giants’ North American tour with Born Of Osiris, Chelsea Grin and Make Them Suffer, which kicks off in Minneapolis, MN today.
Kingdom Of Giants is a 6 piece metalcore band hailing from Northern California. Formed in 2011, the band has since embarked on a relentless journey, touring the world and releasing some of the most enthralling and ferocious music the scene has seen in years. Today’s signing announcement and new single, 'Bleach,' are just the tip of the iceberg for what will undoubtedly be a monumental year for the band.
Kingdom Of Giants Tour Dates:
2/7 Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
2/8 Kansas City, MO @ Aftershock
2/9 Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
2/10 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
2/12 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
2/13 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
2/15 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
2/16 Los Angeles, CA @ Regent Theater
2/17 Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red East
2/19 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
2/21 Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom
2/22 Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live
2/23 San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall
2/24 Houston, TX @ Warehouse
2/26 Tampa, FL @ Orpheum
2/27 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
3/1 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
3/2 Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger
3/3 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage
3/5 Philadelphia, PA @ TLA
3/6 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
3/7 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
3/8 Syracuse, NY @ Westcott Theatre
3/9 Montreal, QC @ Fairmount
3/10 Toronto, ON @ Velvet
3/12 Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theatre
3/13 Cleveland, OH @ Beachland
3/14 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall
3/15 Cincinnati, OH @ Thompson House
3/16 St Louis, MO @ Ready Room
3/17 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Danish Melodic Metalcore quartet Ivy Crown have released their video single for ‘Lonesome & Cold’. The single is the first track of their highly anticipated debut album ‘Echo’, due to be released on March 29th.
‘Lonesome an Cold’ introduces new vocalist Maria Kjær and the new, darker sound the band has come to represent since their first two singles. ‘The song is about the demons and inner struggles of an addict’, explains Ivy Crown, ‘A battle that is lonesome, cold and makes you feeling trapped within your own mind.’ Moreover, the song features a guest appearance by MØL vocalist Kim Song Sternkopf, giving the song an extra dimension.
Ivy Crown has risen from the ashes of Taras which was a well-known Danish all-female punk rock band, and after releasing two separate singles, ‘Timeout’ and ‘Enemy’ in the summer of 2017, the girls are set to release their debut album in March 2019 through Prime Collective.
Recorded and produced by Chris Kreutzfeldt and with assisting vocal production by Mirza Radonjica-Bang. The album has featuring performances by Kadeem France (Loathe), Jesper Gün (Ghost Iris) and aforementioned Kim Song Sternkopf (MØL) - all talented people who complement the bands vision for the album.
‘Echo’ will be released on March 29th through Prime Collective.
Stream "Lonesome and Cold" here
Hungarian Metalcore quintet Faminehell are proud make their comeback on the scene, since 2015, with a brand new track, and quite a few announcements: the new visualette for "Ruin" is premiering right now via Dreambound on YouTube, and idobi Howl as well for the week, while their debut album, "Ascend" will be out April 5th, on their new label, Famined Records.
Blending riffs and aggression reminiscent of Wage War with soothing, full of passion and mesmerizing clean vocals, Faminehill bring to the table a formula that, while not new, it's certainly well executed. The heavy passages are groovy and head-banging inducing, and the clean vocals deliver quite a punch that, along with the lyrics, might hit close to home for some people. The passion the band has, and how it's delivered, are what makes them stand out.
Tamás (guitar, clean vocals) gave us a bit more insight on the single:
"Ruin is a mixture of anger and bitterness, it's aggressive but melodic. The song is about losing someone close to you. As we try to overcome grief, anger is one of the many stages of a long and painful process. It is all about dealing with injustice, when a good person passes away too soon and you cannot overcome the fact, specially when people who deserve half the kindness of this world are still thriving, living an easy life, and the ones we hold dearest aren't here with us anymore."
Check out 'Ruin' here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wkOegdiBS4&feature=youtu.be
You can pre-order "Ascend" here.
Faminehill are a Hungarian Metalcore band formed in Kazincbarcika, Hungary. The band released their debut EP in 2013, “Heart is The Strongest Bone”. Shortly after, they kept exploring and forging their sound with three different singles, released in 2014. Following this, Faminehill had the chance to support bands like Bury Tomorrow, Hands Like Houses, Kingdom of Giants and Texas In July. In 2015 the band released an EP called “What Have We Done To Each Other”, with their first music video for the song “Fulmination”. Since then Faminehill released two more singles, which will be remixed and remastered and be found on the band's debut full length being released on April 5th, 2019 via Famined Records.
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Jinjer are ready to drop their highly anticipated EP "Micro" tomorrow, Friday Jan 11th! To get in the right mood, the band premieres another single & music video off of their upcoming release today.
This powerhouse will present their EP all over Europe on tour with Amorphis, Soilwork and Nailed To Obscurity, which kicks off tomorrow as well! This is definitely how to start a new year right!
Check out the new music video for the track "Perennial" and find all upcoming tour dates listed below:
JINJER will hit the road tomorrow together with AMORPHIS, SOILWORK & NAILED TO OBSCURITY
Don't miss this killer package near you:
w/ Amorphis & Soilwork
11.01.19 DE - Oberhausen / Turbinenhalle 2
12.01.19 NL - Nijmegen / Doornroosje
13.01.19 DE - Hamburg / Markthalle
14.01.19 DK - Copenhagen / Amager Bio
15.01.19 SE - Stockholm / Fryshuset
16.01.19 NO - Oslo / Rockefeller Music Hall
18.01.19 DE - Hannover / Capitol
19.01.19 DE - Leipzig / Hellraiser
20.01.19 PL - Krakow / Klub Kwadrat
23.01.19 BG - Sofia / Universiada Hall
25.01.19 HU - Budapest / Barba Negra Music Club
26.01.19 AT - Vienna / Ottakringer Brauerei
27.01.19 CZ - Zlín / Masters of Rock Café
28.01.19 SK - Bratislava / Majestic Music Club
29.01.19 DE - Berlin / Kesselhaus
30.01.19 DE - Munich / Backstage (Werk)
01.02.19 DE - Geiselwind / MusicHall
02.02.19 DE - Cologne / Essigfabrik
03.02.19 BE - Antwerp / Trix Muziekcentrum
04.02.19 UK - London / Electric Ballroom
06.02.19 FR - Paris / Cabaret Sauvage
07.02.19 FR - Toulouse / Le Bikini
08.02.19 ES - Madrid / Mon
09.02.19 ES - Barcelona / Salamandra
10.02.19 FR - Lyon / Le Transbordeur
12.02.19 IT - Trezzo Sull'Adda / Live Music Club
13.02.19 DE - Wiesbaden / Schlachthof
14.02.19 DE - Saarbrücken / Garage
15.02.19 DE - Stuttgart / LKA Longhorn
16.02.19 CH - Pratteln / Z7
w/ Obscura & Nucleust
04.04.19 JP - Osaka / Fan J Twice
05.04.19 JP - Nagoya / Imaike 3 Star
06.04.19 JP - Tokyo / Cyclone
07.04.19 JP - Tokyo / Cyclone
JINJER - South Africa Tour 2019
03.05.19 ZA - Capre Town / Mercury Live
04.05.19 ZA - Johannesburg / Platteland
Russian group BrightDelight have re-released their 2017 debut Let’s Make It Real worldwide in digital via Sliptrick Records. The album boasts 9 metalcore/electronic tracks of the highest quality, full of fire, energy and talent. Citing influences such as Architects, Linkin Park, Korn and Slipknot, the band pay homage to the past whilst imbuing their music of the present with their own updated style and particular BrightDelight passion.
BrightDelight are going on tour with Adept in Russia kicking off on March 30th, 2019.
Russia 2019 Tour:
30.03.19 | St. Petersburg | Cosmonavt
31.03.19 | Krasnodar | Arena Hall
02.04.19 | Samara | Zvezda
04.04.19 | Nizhny Novgorod | Milo
05.04.19 | Moscow | Glavclub
06.04.19 | Yekaterinburg | Dom Pechati
08.04.19 | Novosibirsk | Podzemka
09.04.19 | Krasnoyarsk | The Mods
All dates with Adept & Crystal Lake
Aleksandr Arkhipkin – Vocals
Aleksandr Telganov – Vocals
Denis Kirsanov – Bass
Stanislav Nikitashin – Drums
Mikhail Fogel – Guitar
Official Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | VK | On Sliptrick
Indonesian metalcore band Cloudburst are currently streaming the entirety of their self-titled new album at Decibel Magazine. The album will be released tomorrow via Samstrong Records.
Stream the album in full here: https://www.decibelmagazine.com/2019/01/03/full-album-stream-cloudburst-cloudburst/
Cloudburst is back with self-titled album, coming out January 4 2019. The nine tracks embody a metallic hardcore aesthetic, full of discord and brutality yet still melodic and charming. The chaotic influences of bands like Converge and Botch mix seamlessly with shredding guitar solos from Slayer, Keith Moon-ish pounding drums, and maniac vocals reminiscent of Pig Destroyer and Cattle Decapitation.
Multi-platinum selling Bring Me The Horizon are on course for world domination in 2019, with a fresh Grammy Nomination now under their belt and news of their curated headline show at All Points East festival in May announced plus a US Arena tour. A third single entitled Medicine, is out now ahead of their new album amo, which is out on January 25th through RCA.
The single was Annie Mac’s hottest record on Radio 1 last night.
Bring Me The Horizon are one of the most exciting and successful rock bands to emerge from the UK, selling over 2 Million albums globally to date, playing sell out shows in over 40 countries, including two sold out nights at London’s O2 plus wowing a traditionally non-rock crowd at Glastonbury Festival in 2016. They just completed a sold out UK tour in November and embark on a mammoth US tour next month.
Poised now to release their sixth studio album, the band spent last summer writing and recording in Los Angeles, with Oli Sykes and Jordan FIsh handling production. Bring Me The Horizon continue to push the envelope in terms of sound and blur the lines of traditional rock, well and truly taking it to the next level!
Pre-order the album now here
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