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Asher Media Relations, a PR company based in Montreal that has been helping bands get heard and read about in rock and metal media for over half a decade, is proud to unleash its latest holiday sampler "Happy Metal Annihilation Vol. 3."
The sampler is a free download, which features 23 tracks from the artists AMR has worked with during 2013. You can download the tracks here or stream them below. Publicist and founder Jon Asher comments:
"We like to thank all the media outlets for all their support they have given us to help promote these artists! You have been instrumental in giving our artists exposure through interviews, reviews, radio play and then some! Thank you for also being so welcoming to Cara Ashbey, the Asher Media Intern, and hope you enjoy the music from these bands, that we've had the pleasure to work with over this past year."
The track listing is as follows:
1. Chariots of The Gods - Starborn 03:24
2. Edge of Attack - In Hell 04:36
3. Chosen - Engines of Belief 05:30
4. BornBroken - Control 03:50
5. The In & Outs - There We Go 02:35
6. Fatality - Thoughts Collide 05:10
7. Sanktuary - Midnite Mass 05:29
8. Final Trigger - Face It 03:17
9. The Rabid Whole - Future 03:56
10. Breached - Left Behind 04:06
11. Arcane Saints - Your Ocean 03:22
12. All Else Fails - Anti Martyr 05:49
13. Where Giants Once Stood - The Heavens Tremble 03:35
14. Until Dawn - This Fallen Fortress 03:19
15. Dissension - Of Time & Chronic Disease 07:00
16. Unbeing - Versus 10 Behemoth 06:26
17. Insurrection - Checkmate 04:59
18. Death Toll Rising - Infection Legacy 05:40
19. Tribune - Insectoid 04:50
20. Psychostick - Obey The Beard 03:59
21. Trainwreck Architect - As Killers Breathe (ft. Guitar Solo by Jeff Waters of Annihilator) 04:31
22. Lucid Skies - Shotgun Mouthwash 02:43
23. Xul - Battlestorm 04:27 More...
Toronto’s thrash party monsters Fatality recently wrapped up their two-month North American “Towards Disastour” in support of latest album, "Psychonaut."
Vocalist Spencer Le Von has again checked in with Dead Rhetoric.com about the band's days in Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC and why he's “A lover not a fighter, also not a lover." Excerpts are available below, or you can read the full tour blog at this location.
How come there are so many gorgeous people living in big cities? Do all of the attractive people in each part of the country just decide to live within the same 10 blocks of each other at all times? Do they do it just so they can be close enough to one another to share jeggings and hair care tips? I love the looks on everyone’s gorgeous and well-maintained faces when we pull up in our huge tour van and the door swings open to let loose a pile of degenerate Canadian degenerate slobs.
When we are driving through an area highly populated by the genetically advantaged, like all groups of men in each other’s company, we always start yelling the vilest shit. The kind of irredeemable comments that would make you lose your job mopping up a porno theatre. This is particularly so when the windows are rolled up and everyone is in a good mood. It’s kind of just what guys do, because deep down, all men are monsters. My favourite moment is when someone in the van sees a pair of nice legs further down the road and comments on them, only for them to turn out to be that of a man, or worse: it’s a girl that’s way too young. That’s an awkward moment ain’t it? “Dudes look at that girl all the way down the street at the cross walk. That chicks a 10!” “Bro, I’m pretty sure she IS 10.” Good from far, far from good.More...
Toronto Fatality is currently out on the two month North American "Towards Disastour," which sees the band performing in support of the "Psychonaut" album.
Vocalist Spencer Le Von has agained checked in from the road with Dead Rhetoric.com, this time on a day off in Arlington, TX. Excerpts are available below, or you can read the full tour diary over at this location.
Toronto’s thrash party monsters Fatality are currently on the two-month North American “Towards Disastour” in support of latest album, "Psychonaut."
Vocalist Spencer Le Von checks in again, this time telling us all about reuniting with California’s Zombie Holocaust. Excerpts are available below, or you can check out the full road report via Dead Rhetoric here.
"After our gig in Pensacola, we had a good long drive ahead of us. We were to drive into Houston and pick up our friends in ZH [Zombie Holocaust] the following morning around 11AM because they were to join us in our tour van and play gigs with us for the next 3 weeks (that’s right, 10 dudes in an 11 seat van). They were taking a two day bus ride from sunny California to Texas and that meant in order to meet them at the Greyhound station, we would have to drive all night long to prepare for our gig at the White Swan. We fueled up with some pancakes and hit the Florida highway at around 4AM.
"Night drives are absolutely horrendous and I hate them like I hate being stabbed in the ass with the butt-end of a goalie stick. First of all, it is very uncomfortable to drive while you are tired but it’s also near impossible to get any rest in the bench seats while the tour van cascades towards its destination in the dead of night. So you are damned either way. We made it into town and illegally parked in a lot next to the Houston Greyhound station and waited in red-eyed anticipation in the mid-afternoon sun for our California rock star buddies to pull into town.
"I was relieved when they arrived and looked even worse than we did. They had a dreadful and uncomfortable 48 hours in a bus, all with different sets of stories including almost getting kicked off mid trip with all of their gear on the side of the road. Even though we hadn’t seen each other in 2 years, everyone was dead tired and a little dazed from exhaustion. We went for burritos and blinked at each other in restive stillness for 3 or 4 hours until we were set to play. Despite the mutual fatigue, we both played crushing sets to an enthusiastic crowd of young headbangers. The crowd was so rowdy that a fight even broke out during one of the sets." More...
Toronto’s thrash party monsters Fatality are currently on a two-month North American “Towards Disastour” in support of latest album, "Psychonaut."
Now vocalist Spencer Le Von checks in from the road to share Fatality's debauchery and mayhem filled nights in Florida. Excerpts from the road report are available below, or you can read the full report at DeadRhetoric.com.
On this tour we played a handful of dates in Florida, but the one town that stands out in my mind is when we spent a couple days and debauchery-soaked nights living within the depths of chaos and depravity in a bar called the 321 Local in Cocoa Beach. It all started when we pulled into town the night before our gig. We had nothing to do, and nowhere to go. So we decided to go to the venue we were going to play the following night and start our night that way. To kick things off, we had ourselves a tailgate party complete with beer, BBQ grilling and George Thorogood cranking on the stereo in the parking lot of a Baptist church around the corner.
We went in to check out the bar and met the owner Kevin and the booker David. We had nowhere to sleep and couldn’t afford a hotel, so the owner of the club offered for us to just party all night long and fall asleep on the floor of the bar. We heartily obliged. The next few hours are a blur of air drumming and table dancing until late the following morning.More...
Toronto’s thrash party monsters Fatality are currently on the two-month North American “Towards Disastour” in support of latest album, "Psychonaut."
Vocalist Spencer Le Von now checks in with Dead Rhetoric.com, sharing about a run in with Cuba Gooding Jr. and why the quartet has fallen in love with New York City. Excerpts are below, or you can read the full tour blog right here. More...
Fatality vocalist / guitarist Spencer Le Von has posted his first diary entry on the band's current Towards Disastour. Check it out right here.
The Canadian thrash party monsters Fatality unleashed their sophomore album "Psychonaut" last week on June 28th and are currently on the road supporting the release. Vocalist / guitarist Spencer Le Von comments:
"Psychonaut, this complex riff addled collection is the result of much blood, sweat and endless passion. Eight tracks of blistering progressive thrash metal, each one of them filled with enough ear candy to satisfy your heavy metal sweet tooth. So this weekend, fire up that BBQ, get your rye and coke on ice and let your whole street hear it."
The album's track listing is:
1. Enter Purgatory - 7:54
2. Thoughts Collide - 5:11
3. Monstrous - 5:26
4. Before the Collapse - 5:29
5. Towards Disaster - 4:47
6. Psychonaut - 6:10
7. Satan’s Shepherd - 4:18
8. Thrashterpiece II - 7:15 More...
Gearing up for the epic two month USA "Towards Disastour," in support of new album "Psychonaut," Canadian thrash party monsters Fatality have unleashed their second single "Monstrous" online. Check it out in the SoundCloud player below.
To fund the new album, upcoming tour, and music video, Fatality launched a crowd funding platform via Indiegogo.com, which raised over $5,000 in fan support. More...
Canadian thrash party monsters Fatality have unleashed a new music video for "Thoughts Collide," directed by Matthew Chrones Scott of Bleedingheart Productions.
The video is in support of upcoming album "Psychonaut," set for release on June 28th, 2013, which will be supported by a two month "Towards Disastour" from June 21st - August 28th. Dates are available after the jump.
Canadian thrash party monsters Fatality are sharing with fans screen shots from their upcoming music video "Thoughts Collide," directed by Matthew Chrones Scott of Bleedingheart Productions. The clip is set to be unleashed next week.
The video will be in support of the band's upcoming album "Psychonaut," set for release on June 28th, 2013 and will be supported by the two month "Towards Disastour" from June 21st - August 28th.
To fund their new album, upcoming tour, and music video Fatality has launched an album pre-sale that ends today on June 4th at 11:59pm PST through the crowd funding platform Indiegogo.com. The band has successfully received over $5,000 in fan support during the campaign, and any last minute backers can still help fund the release at this location. More...
Canadian thrash monsters Fatality (not the Irish band of the same name) are proud to announce they will be kicking off their Canada/USA "Towards Disastour" in support of upcoming album "Psychonaut," which is set for release on June 28th, 2013.
Fatality has also launched a crowd funding campaign to fund the album. Check out details at this location. Catch the band live:
June 21 – Oshawa, ON @ The Atria
June 28 – Toronto CD release @ Sneaky Dee’s w/ Shotgun Cure, Call of The Wild - Show Details
June 29 – Montreal @ Frites Alors
June 30 – Portland, ME @ Geno’s Rock Club
July 2 – Worcester, MA @ Hotel Vernon
July 3 – Providence, RI @ Dusk
July 4 – Allston, MA @ O'briens Pub
July 5 – Florence, MA @ Silk City Music
July 6 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
July 8 – New York City, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar
July 9 – Baltimore, MD @ Side Bar
July 11 – Chesapeake, VA @ Rogers
July 12 – Richmond, VA @ Wonderland
July 13 – Wilmington, NC @ Reggies
July 15 – Jacksonville, FL @ Shantytown Pub
July 16 – Miami, FL @ TBA
July 17 – Tampa, FL @ Brass Mug
July 19 - Atlanta, GA @ the Masquerade
July 22 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald w/ Zombie Holocaust
July 23 – San Antonio, TX @ Backstage w/ Zombie Holocaust
July 24 – Dallas, TX @ Double Wide w/ Zombie Holocaust
July 25 – Oklahoma City @ TBA w/ Zombie Holocaust
July 26 – Midland, TX @ Blue Max w/ Zombie Holocaust
July 29 – Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad w/ Zombie Holocaust
July 31 – San Diego, CA @ Winston's w/ Zombie Holocaust More...
Canadian thrash monsters Fatality have revealed the track listing for their upcoming album "Psychonaut," which is set for release on June 28th, 2013 along with an epic tour of Canada and the USA that will kick off in Oshawa, ON June 21st and wrap up in Buffalo, NY on August 28th.
The first single "Thoughts Collide" is now streaming below. The full "Psychonaut" track listing is as follows:
1. Enter Purgatory
2. Thoughts Collide
4. Before the Collapse
5. Towards Disaster
7. Satan's Shepherd
8. Thrashterpiece II
To fund the new album, upcoming tour, and music video, Fatality is reaching out to fans to raise $10,000 by June 4th through a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo.com here. Successfully raising over $3,500 in just a few weeks, fans continue to support the campaign and album through this new initiative. More...
Canada's Fatality has announced the band's new album will be titled "Psychonaut." The album is set for release on June 28th, 2013.
To fund the new album, upcoming tour, and music video the band is looking to raise $10,000 by June 4th through a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo.com here. Successfully raising over $3,000 in just one week, fans continue to support the campaign and album through this new initiative. The following press release was also issued about the band:
"Smarter, stronger and musically tighter than ever, Fatality are now ready to unleash their sophomore album on their adoring public. Entitled Psychonaut, their new record is at once a darker and more mature effort, with more complex arrangements and sophisticated concepts, that still retains their trademark energy and commitment to drunken mayhem.
"Tracks like 'Thoughts Collide' and 'Before The Collapse' delve deep into the sodden minds of their creators, bubbling with the strange alchemy of pop culture. Set to be released June 28th, 2013 Psychonaut is an exploration of the inner landscape of the mind, where addled thoughts and horror-polluted dreams are held up to musical scrutiny. Monstrous, ambitious, and sardonically funny as ever, Fatality are taking their unique sound and boundless energy to the next level." More...
Coming at you with some brand new material from their soon-to-be released sophomore album, Toronto thrash heavyweights Fatality are flying high again, back on the road for a 4/20 mini-tour that sees the band returning to Montreal & Ottawa for the first time in over a year.
Pre-roll your joints, come join the party, and check out some of the new material the band will be unleashing on tour:
April 19th - Ottawa @ The Brass Monkey w/ Old James & Eagleson
April 20th (4/20) - Montreal @ The Pirahna Bar w/ Protocol, Warsenal, Insight & Chemical Way
April 21st - Oshawa @ The Atria w/ TBD - FREE SHOW More...
It's Tuesday again, which means we've got a new metal show story taken from the underground musicians themselves who keep the scene running. This week guitarist/vocalist Spencer Le Von from Canadian thrash act Fatality shares the following tale of the band's first show going horribly wrong:
My pit story was actually from Fatality’s first-ever live show when I was at the supple age of 15. We were performing at a dive called Club Rockit in Downtown Toronto back in 2004. I will never forget this story because it incorporates all of the elements that make up a nightmare gig, and how I handled it as a confused 15-year-old zilch. First of all, it was in the middle of January, and there was a massive storm that hit Toronto and we barely made it to the gig as we slid up and down the highway. Also, right before we hit the stage, I opened my guitar case and to my complete chagrin: my fuckin’ ax was smashed in 2 pieces.
So, up we went. There was me with no guitar and no sense of what to do with my hands as I clumsily sang through our songs like a mush-mouthed buffoon. Boy, we (I) stank up the joint good. As we got closer to the end of the set, I realized I had a decision to make: play out the last of our songs half heartedly, and then pack up and go home for a good cry, or do something so fuckin’ stupid that even though we were playing mediocre at best, the crowd would still go home and remember us. I chose the latter. In one foul swoop, I pulled of my pants and shirt reveling a tainted, ripe, skid-marked pair of tighty-whities and a matching pasty white stomach. I then proceeded to jump into the mosh pit and clobbered the shit out of people as my band riffed on the stage above.
It was this night that I learned a major lesson. There is no such thing as the perfect gig, and each night has a different obstacle to overcome. What makes a good performer is not just in how well he can play; it’s all in his capacity to deal with the bullshit!
Following the success of the last three Thrash Fuck Thrash Bashes, Blacktooth Entertainment is proud to bring fans the fourth installment on Saturday, November 3rd at Hard Luck Bar (772 Dundas Street West).
A slew of bands, including Fatality, Aggressor, West of Hell, Mastery, Lethal Voltage and more, will take to the stage while DJ Cyndi Z will be spinning classic vinyl records all night. Details on the "Thrash Fuck Thrash Bash 4" are as follows:
Sat. Nov 3rd @ Hard Luck Bar - 772 Dundas Street W. Toronto (All Ages)
Aggressor (Return show!)
West of Hell (Vancouver)
Eternal Judgment (Montreal)
Toronto thrash metal titans Fatality not only boast a new line-up, but are also currently wrapping up work on some new material. In this exclusive world premiere of the newest music video for the song "Monstrous," PureGrainAudio.com is pleased to present you with a preview of the metal madness to come.
The audio and video were recorded, edited and mixed by Fatality themselves at the band's jam space, lovingly dubbed: The Laboratory. You can check out the video clip at this location or in the player below. More...
Toronto party thrashers Fatality have announced in a recent blog update the return of original founding drummer Mason Le Von, brother of vocalist / guitarist Spencer Le Von. In the blog update, Spencer wrote:
"This is Spencer Le Von of Fatality with a big announcement regarding a recent line-up change. We have parted ways with our drummer Andrew 'Comfortability Snacks' Suarez and re-hired our original drummer and my brother Mason LeVon.
"There is no animosity or hard feelings towards Suarez and we still consider him to be a good friend. We wanted to thank him from the bottom of our tiny pink hearts for all his hard work and enthusiasm that made this band what it is today. We look forward to making more noise with him at some other point in the future."
The band will also be releasing a new video later this week and will be playing a show as local support for Revocation and Cannabis Corpse on April 21st in Toronto, ON at Hard Luck Bar. To read the full statement and preview photos from the video please visit this location. Fatality also has the following upcoming show in Toronto:
April 21, 2012 - Hard Luck Bar - Toronto, ON w/ Revocation, Cannabis Corpse, and Ramming Speed
Asher Media has posted a sampler album online for streaming and free download featuring 13 bands on the company's roster. You can check out the songs through the player below or via Bandcamp. The track listing is as follows:
1. All Else Fails - This World In Flames - 04:04
2. Auroch - Astral King - 05:03
3. Bolero - Pints Held High - 04:21
4. Fallstaf - The Cost - 03:21
5. Fatality - Thrash Fuck Eat Sleep - 05:25
6. Kill Matilda - Geisha With A Switchblade - 04:21
7. Nephelium - Merciless Annihilation - 06:17
8. Ninjaspy - Evolution of Skid - 02:58
9. Scythia - For The King - 05:08
10. The New Jacobin Club - This Treason - 05:01
11. Titans Eve - Judgement - 04:47
12. Versus The Nothing - Killer - 03:00
13. Without Mercy - Chasm - 04:31 More...
Toronto party thrashers Fatality have posted the final tour blog online from the band's "Western Annihilation Tour." You can check out an excerpt from the blog below.
"So far on this tour, we have been in this godforsaken van for roughly 150 hours. That’s about 5 days in a row innit? Damn, that’s a lot of time to reflect on how awful I am, while simultaneously smelling other peoples flatulents.
"One of the hardest drives was to Phoenix, Arizona. It is the kind of heat that just makes you want to weep openly in front of all of strangers. The kind of humid thick heat that makes you sluggish, shiny and uncomfortable. We still managed to maintain some optimism because we were headed for the Inner City Youth Centre to play with one of our favorite bands on the planet: Vektor. For those who don’t know, Vektor is a fantastic 4 piece metal band that plays a very unusual and progressive style of thrash metal. Nothing better then playing a set and then sitting back with a few Millers and watching one of the best bands on the continent. The Vektor boys were also nice enough to let us stay at their house, which was a treat. The bass player Frank entertained the shit out of us by blowing up beer cans in the backyard with his assortment of weapons. More...