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Liquidduaneo’s Birthday Celebration
SATURDAY JAN. 2ND 2016
Join in for great bands / cake / and a great party to be!
FallRise – sacramento alt. metal
TRIAL BY COMBAT– sonoma co. death groove
A Human Costume – S.F. metal
Infex – east bay thrash metal
Twisted Psychology -opener – sonoma co. hardcore/thrash metal
Travis Rinker – solo lake county metal guitarist
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Barbarous hellhounds Cradle Of Filth, have released a music video for the track ‘Blackest Magick In Practice’ The clip was directed by Sam Scott-Hunter and the song is taken from the groups latest tome of horror and romance, »Hammer of the Witches«
Comments the director:
“There’s dark madness in this video. ‘Blackest Magick In Practice’ is a deeply tragic tale of lost love. It’s the grief stricken insanity of trying to bring back that loved one from the dead; desperately trying to hold onto that person who’s gone, even if that leads down a dark and gruesome path. I don’t want to give it all away, but I will say that the hardest part of the production was getting hold of a human ear.
I wanted to convey the power of the band too, in amongst the romance, madness and magick. Behind the imagery of the lyrics is a great and powerful metal band of amazing musicians, and I hope people can feel the intensity of the band when they watch this. It is intense viewing. There should be a bit of madness in the video, because there’s madness in this song.”
Aborted have released a new gore-drenched video for “Termination Redux”, the title track of the band’s upcoming EP. The video was produced by Jens Davos for Panda Productions.
With Special Guests Testament and Carcass on all dates, the tour starts on February 19th in Chicago and wraps up in Las Vegas on March 26th
In support of Repentless, the band’s 12th studio album and its career-highest chart debut, Slayer will launch 2016 by pillaging and marauding its way across North America, headlining some two-dozen dates over a five-week period. With Special Guests Testament and Carcass on all dates, the tour starts on February 19th in Chicago and wraps up in Las Vegas on March 26th.
Slayer’s Fan Club pre-sale begins today at 12 noon, local time, details are at this location. Ticket pre-sales begin tomorrow, Friday, December 4th at 10 AM, local time, and the public onsale commences Saturday, December 5th at 10 AM, local time.
19 – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL
22 – War Memorial – Nashville, TN
24 – The National – Richmond, VA
26 – House of Blues – Myrtle Beach, SC
27 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC
29 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
2 – Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY
3 – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA
5 – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD
6 – The House of Blues – Boston, MA
8 – LC Pavilion – Columbus, OH
9 – The Orpheum – Madison, WI
11 – Myth – St. Paul, MN
12 – Civic Auditorium – Fargo, ND
14 – MacEwan Hall – Calgary, AB
15 – Shaw Centre – Edmonton, AB
17 – Revolution Event Center – Boise, ID
19 – The Paramount – Seattle, WA
20 – Roseland Ballroom – Portland, OR
22 – Warfield Theatre – San Francisco, CA
26 – The Joint – Las Vegas, NV
Originally posted on Capital Chaos TV:
Jimbo Patton of Capital Chaos TV and vocalist of Central Valley Death Metal maniacs Incisus sat down with Jesse Ketive lead axeman of Emmure on their recent Oakland, California appearance with Volumes, Sworn In, Gideon & Thy Art Is Murder. ? Jimbo: Alright, What’s up guys? I’m Jimbo from Capital…
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Jimbo Patton of Capital Chaos TV and vocalist of Central Valley Death Metal maniacs Incisus sat down with Jesse Ketive lead axeman of Emmure on their recent Oakland, California appearance with Volumes, Sworn In, Gideon & Thy Art Is Murder.
Jimbo: Alright, What’s up guys? I’m Jimbo from Capital Chaos TV, and I’m here with Jesse from Emmure, how’s it going today man?
Jesse: It’s going good man, doing good, just hanging out here at the venue (Oakland Metro Operahouse) just bullshitting. The guys are doing a little workout outside, feeling a little under the weather so I’m just hanging out right now. Taking it easy.
Jimbo: Sounds good, so have you guys played here before?
Jesse: We were here definitely one other, maybe two times, but I’m gonna definitely say one time. I remember we pulled up, I remember the supermarket place, or the tool place across the street, I…
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Fog of war was formed in late 2004 from the remnants of two local thrash groups, C.H.U.D. Crusher, and Demilitia. The initial line-up consisted of Josh Branum on vocals/lead guitar, Joe Orterry on bass, Matt O’Connell on drums and Jon Fryman on lead guitar. Opting to forgo playing cover songs, F.O.W. began cranking out original tunes from the start, and in no time had built a modest setlist which was recorded, and thus, the first demo was released in May of ’05. The earlier recorded material was a little scattered in terms of influence, the vocals bordering on black metal, and many melodic riffs and leads rounded out a primarily thrash influenced sound. As time went on, the true sound of F.O.W. began to take shape.
The Iron Serbian talks festivals, record contracts, Spotify and more with John D. Cronise of The Sword @ Aftershock Festival October 24, 2015
On Aftershock Festival comparisons to European Festivals – “They’re pretty comparable, fairly similar, very well run. When your playing a festival as an artist that’s really what you look for, how good is catering, how nice is my dressing room, is it comfortable backstage,”
John D. Cronise, also credited as J.D. Cronise, is an American heavy metal musician and record producer. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, he is best known as the lead vocalist, guitarist, songwriter and former producer for doom metal band The Sword, which he co-founded in Austin, Texas in 2003. Prior to the formation of The Sword, he also performed in the bands Those Peabodys and Ultimate Dragons, the latter of which also featured original The Sword drummer Trivett Wingo.
The Sword is an American heavy metal band from Austin, Texas. Formed in 2003, the band is composed of vocalist and guitarist John D. Cronise, guitarist Kyle Shutt, bassist Bryan Richie, and drummer Santiago “Jimmy” Vela III. Originally signed to Kemado Records, the group released its debut album Age of Winters in 2006, the material for which had been largely written by Cronise. Follow-up album Gods of the Earth was released two years later and gave the group its first entry on the US Billboard 200 chart.