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Have a drink or a few. Share stories. Celebrate the life this lovely, wonderful man celebrated so vibrantly himself. He would want exactly that.”
All pre-orders will be able to immediately download the album’s new single “Into the Black Hole” featuring a guest guitar solo from Jeff Teets of Allentown, Pennsylvania progressive metal band Mindmaze.
“We’ve been working our asses off on this new material and it’s showing to be some of our best yet. Please share it and let us know what you think in the comments. Keep in mind this is pre production, we will deliver the real thing to you in 2016”.
With a hefty resumé that chronicles time spent riffing and shredding in Jag Panzer, Nevermore, and a seven-year stint in Megadeth, his pedigree speaks for itself. Furthermore, joined by powerhouse drummer – and fellow Megadeth alumnus – Shawn Drover, bassist Matt Bachand (Shadows Fall/Times Of Grace) and vocalist Henry Derek (Scar The Martyr) the band are a truly formidable metallic behemoth, and their debut album, Birth And The Burial, is ten tracks of armor-plated, state of the art heaviness.
They are offering limited edition perks through this campaign, as well as a raffle. Those who donate $25 or more will automatically be entered into the raffle. You can donate as many times as you like and each time you do your name will be re-entered in the raffle. The raffle will include a collection of Sci-Fi Films that relate to each song on the album. The movies in the set will be:
A benefit show for the son of Kelly Brown. Jonathan McKenzie was taken from this world and his family in a senseless act by yet to be caught criminals. This event is being held to […]
The Word Alive has also announced a North American headline tour in support of Dark Matter, featuring support from Fit For A King, and Out Came The Wolves,to launch in San Diego, CA at SOMA on February 19th.
If you dig the Akróasis title track, “Sermon of the Seven Suns” will surely melt your face. “’Sermon of the Seven Suns,’ the opening track of our fourth album Akróasis, perfectly blends all sides of Obscura, past and present,” says Obscura frontman Steffen Kummerer
Maynard James Keenan said of the live performance, “This show is so much more than just a band regurgitating songs. This is a multi-media performance unlike anything you’ve ever witnessed. There are those who know, and there are those who will know soon enough.”