This is the first stop on their leg to Texas and Arizona. The Bay Area’s own Burn River Burn comes along to support with Sacramento’s Burning Landscapes and openers Mikey LP & The Krooks
A collection of 12 fan favorites, recorded live in the band’s hometown of Sacramento, CA, Tree City Sessions is available for pre-order on MerchNow and iTune
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Its idea is to bring together various bands from the areas scene in the Genres of traditional, power, symphonic and thrash metal for a wild day of partying and shenanigans.
Henry has seized this energy and continues to light up packed dance floors around the world (when he isn’t surfing, that is). Last year he launched his very own label Banzai Recs, where he released his smash “Wine Dem,” which spent over 80 days in the Beatport Top 100 chart
The video opens with the preface “Welcome to Two Minutes and Forty-Seven Seconds with Hatebreed,” and includes special text throughout that was written by vocalist Jamey Jasta as a message of keeping a positive mental attitude.
For fans of Midnight, Shitfucker, Nunslaughter, Ghoul, Coffins, Exhumed, The Mentors and Venom.
Come see all the space and science fiction events and activities including an appearance by Darth Vader and lightsaber demonstrations, panelists like YouTube personality Nerdy Girlfriend and Cody Stark of Good Morning Sacramento.
The song comes from their upcoming third full-length album, Dreamless, which will be released on April 29 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The clip was shot and directed by Robert Graves (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, ABYSMAL DAWN).
“Abandon”, “The Void Alone” and “Scar Queen” are now available as an instant gratification track when you pre-order Dreamless now via iTunes.
The space Ace also confirms today, for the first time, that his all new music video for “Fire and Water” will feature his former band mate and KISS’ co founding frontman Paul Stanley, and will be released Wednesday, April 27th, coincidentally Frehley’s 65th birthday.