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Latest Inhuman News
Below is our complete Inhuman news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
The Built To Last Fest 2009 will take place on May 8th, 9th, and 10th at Club Hell & Jerky's in Providence, RI. Friday's show begins at 6pm, while Saturday and Sunday begin at 1pm. Tickets are $25 for Friday and Saturday, and $20 for Sunday. A three-day pass is $55. Here's the schedule:
Friday, May 8th
Mouth Sewn Shut
The Welch Boys
For The Worse
Eddie & The Louvers More...
Brooklyn, New York's INHUMAN, the hardcore band featuring AGNOSTIC FRONT members Joseph James and Steve Gallo, has announced the addition of second guitarist Nick Angileri. According to the group, "Nick was our drummer from 1995 to 1998 and filled in on drums live many times over the years, as well as recording the drums for the 'Black Reign' CD/EP sessions in 2001. Nick's first show was on April 5 at the sold-out Black N' Blue Bowl in Brooklyn, NY."
INHUMAN's latest album, "Last Rites", was released in October 2007. The CD was recorded last year at The Wild Arctic studio by Dean Baltulonis, who has worked with SICK OF IT ALL, MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD and MADBALL.
Brooklyn, NY's Inhuman are set to release their new album, "Last Rites," on I Scream Records on September 11th. The album was recorded by Dean Baltulonis (Sick Of It All, Madball) at The Wild Arctic this past May and is the band's fourth full length release. You can check out a new track at the band's MySpace.
The band is planning an East Coast tour for this fall, followed by a European tour in Spring 2008.
A memorial and tribute show has been announced in honor of Merauder guitarist SOB, who passed away in April of 2006. The event will take place at the Luna Lounge in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday, September 1st. Admission is $15. The following bands are scheduled to perform:
You can check out two new songs from INHUMAN online over at their official MySpace page. The tracks come off their upcoming new album, Last Rites, which will be released on September 11th through I Scream Records.
Agnostic Front drummer Steve Gallo has officially rejoined Brooklyn, NY hardcore band Inhuman. Here's a statement from the band:
"Steve was in Inhuman from 2001-2003 and recorded the band's finest release to date 'The New Nightmare' for A-F Records. Inhuman would like to thank our former drummer Cousin Tim for nearly 2 years of service with the band and we wish him all of the best as he will always be a part of the long history of the band. Inhuman is working on the last set of songs for what will be our 4th full length release, to be recorded in early 2007, as well as playing many shows through the rest of 2006."
ICEPICK, HATEBREED frontman Jamey Jasta's much-anticipated collaboration with SKARHEAD singer Lord Ezec, will make their live debut on February 27 at CBGBs in New York City. Fans who attend the gig should expect to hear four or five original songs as well as several HATEBREED and SKARHEAD covers.
The concert, a benefit for Pete Koller from SICK OF IT ALL, will also feature H20, MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD, KILL YOUR IDOLS, ENSIGN, INHUMAN and THE FEARLESS VAMPIRE KILLERS (featuring ex-CRO-MAGS frontman John Joseph and SICK OF IT ALL bassist Craig Setari).
ICEPICK's track "Born to Crush You" was featured on the "UFC Ultimate Beatdowns Vol. 1 Metal" compilation, released last August through Nitrus Records.
The first Martyr Showcase is just a few weeks away; it will be held at the Hardcore Mecca, CBGB's on July 15th. It's an evening that showcases this current point in time for Martyr, being celebrated by Martyr's friends and family alike. Here's the rundown of the evening:
A Suburban Blood Drive
Doors - 6:30 PM
Show Starts - 7:00 PM
Cost - $10
For more info, including MP3s from each band visit: www.martyrshowcase.com.