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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
NYHC band MERAUDER have announced a string of new live dates for May throughout North America. They kick off the brutality with a pair of California shows, followed by MERAUDER's headlining appearance at 5/9 Fest in Las Vegas where they'll be filming for an upcoming DVD. Following the fest they'll play their way south and cross the border into Mexico for a five-date stretch. They round out the end of the month with two shows in New York (Albany/Brooklyn) alongside state-mates All Out War. They've also been confirmed to play the Metalliaurinko Festival in Harjavalta, Finland in early June.
Check out the USA/Mexico tour poster, as well as the poster and video trailer for the 5/9 Fest at this location.
MERAUDER USA/Mexico tour dates are as follows:
5/07/2010 924 Gilman St - Berkely, CA w/ Ruckus, Rule Of Thumb
5/08/2010 Common Grounds - Riverside, CA w/ Ruckus, Rule Of Thumb
5/09/2010 Area 702 Skatepark - Las Vegas @ 5/9 fest w/ Donnybrook, Gravemaker, Beg For Life + 9 more
5/10/2010 Skrappy's - Tucson, AZ w/ Ruckus, Rule Of Thumb, Beg For Life
5/11/2010 Open Aired - Yuma, AZ w/ Ruckus, Rule Of Thumb, Beg For Life
5/12/2010 1979 Club - Tijuana, Mexico w/ Rule Of Thumb
5/13/2010 Inferno Rock Rar - Matamoros, Mexico w/ Rule Of Thumb
5/14/2010 Ibex Rock Bar - Monterrey, Mexico w/ Rule Of Thumb
5/15/2010 Rock Live Bar - Gudalajara, Mexico w/ Rule Of Thumb
5/16/2010 El Clandestino - Mexico City, Mexico w/ Rule Of Thumb
5/28/2010 Bogies - Albany, NY w/All Out War
5/29/2010 HBNYC - Brooklyn, NY w/ All Out War
6/05/2010 Metalliaurinko Festival - Harjavalta, Finland
Venia will be touring this April alongside Grave Maker, Donnybrook, and MDK.
Here are the latest tour dates:
04/12 Waterloo, IA @ Amvets Post 19
04/13 Buffalo, MN @ The Vault
04/14 Springfield, IL @ Black Sheep Cafe
04/15 Indianapolis, IN @ The Dogo
04/16 Corbin, KY @ TBA
04/17 Dayton, OH @ TBA
The boys also have some other awesome tours in the works, so stay tuned for more dates to be announced soon!
DONNYBROOK has announced the following tour dates with Alpha & Omega
3/21 Claremore, OK @ The Tree
3/22 Conway, AR @ Soundstage
3/23 Atlanta, GA @ 585 Wells
3/24 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
3/25 Johnson City, TN @ Hideaway
3/26 Richmond, VA @ United Blood Fest
3/27 Richmond, VA @ United Blood Fest
3/28 Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose
3/29 Morton,IL @ Legion Hall
3/30 St Louis, MO @ Fubar
3/31 Omaha, NE @ The Hole
4/1 Denver, CO @ TBA
4/2 Las Vegas, NV @ Eastside Joes
Buffalo's RHINOCEROS is preparing to release their Eulogy Recordings debut album, “They Are Coming For Me,” on February 2nd. A new song, “Righteous Man,” has also been posted on their new Myspace page.
The tracklisting for "They Are Coming For Me" [cover art] is as follows:
01. Righteous Man
02. One More Breath
03. They Are Coming For Me
04. Breaking Point
05. No Trust
06. Choices Made
07. Falling Down
08. Let Me Die In Peace
09. Self Destruct
11. Mad World
12. Faded Glory More...
Terror have posted a lengthy update regarding touring, upcoming releases, and the addition of a new guitar player. Here you go:
"We just returned from our first tour of Mexico... it was pretty insane to say the least. The shows were out of control, kids were out of there minds, and we saw some out of this world outside of the shows. I never thought in my life I'd see a car in the parking lot after a Terror show selling bootleg Terror shits out of a trunk, but it happened. Nick was happy to take a bunch from the dude as our cut.
Coming up on the touring front we have Saturday night at the New England Metal Fest, April 29th. After that we are off to Brazil for four shows with our friends Born From Pain. Then directly to the UK and Europe for the Sounds of the Underground tour there with the one and only Madball (also Unearth and Chimira). Back to the USA for a three week run with Death Before Dishonor and lastly the whole US and Canada on Sounds of the Underground with As I Lay Dying, Gwar, Cannibal Corpse, Black Dahlia Murder and many more. We will also hit Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Puerto Rico when the new record is out. We cant wait to get back on the road.
July 4th is the day our new record 'Always The Hard Way' hits the streets. It's 14 new tracks, recorded at Planet Z and features guest spots from Eddie Sutton of Leeway, Aaron The Knuckles from Death Threat, and Murs & Mr. Dibbs for any of you hip hop heads. We can't wait to get this out so everyone can hear it. Trustkill is putting it out in the US, Roadrunner in Europe, UK, Japan, and Austraila, Lockin' Out will be doing the vinyl for North America and Reflections for Europe.
May 30th, Trustkill releases our first ever DVD, 'The Living Proof.' It has a full set from London with a new song, studio stuff, a bunch of funny bullshitting, interviews and lots of show footage from around the world. It's all completed and it came out amazing, so check it out. The DVD also comes with some cool extra packaging and a coupon for money savings on the new CD.
Lastly, we want to let everone know Terror has had some member changes over the last few months. Today we have finally again solidified the Terror line up and it is no doubt the strongest to date. Scott, Nick and Doug have been holding it down now for years. Our new bass player is Jonathan Buske who has played with The Promise, Rag Men, and Another Victim, and we now also have Martin Stewart as our second guitarist. He is curently in one of our favorite bands, Donnybrook! and also sings for LION.
Life is good and Terror is set up for alot of fun times for the rest of this year. See you all soon on the road."
C.T. Revere of the Tucson Citizen is reporting that the father of the man fatally shot outside a hardcore/metal show on December 7 in Tucson, Arizona has written a letter to Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup asking several hard questions: Why was his son portrayed as a "violent hoodlum" after being shot to death outside a youth club downtown?
Why did Tucson police give his son's girlfriend the impression that 27-year-old Ray Darrin Pierson "deserved to be dead" when they spoke with her outside Skrappy's nightclub?
And why, the grieving Tempe father asks, did he learn of his son's death through media reports and not directly from Tucson police?
The pain Jeff Pierson, 52, feels over the loss of his son is made greater by feeling that he is miscast in death.
"What I've read and what I've heard from his friends and those who were there just doesn't reconcile - nor does it reconcile with what I know of my son," Pierson said. "I don't believe what I've read in the newspapers, and I don't believe, necessarily, what I've heard."
There's not much police or reporters can do to ease the sense of loss and shock that accompanies a homicide, but leaving questions unanswered falls far short of that goal.
News reports focused on Darrin Pierson's affiliation with a group called FSU, which stands for "Friends Stand United" or an alternate phrase that refers to making a mess of things (Fuck Shit Up).
He also was part of "Team Loco," a Phoenix-area group started by friends with shared interest in extreme sports.
"I don't know anything about FSU," his father said. "Team Loco was started by a neighborhood friend as sort of an extreme sport clothing group. I think it's expanded to something more. It's a big group of young people, and I know a few of them. I can't imagine it being anything to do with harming other people."
Read the full article at Tuscon Citizen.
Eulogy/Hand of Hope Records have released a statement concerning the death and injuries which occured recently at the Street Brutality Show in Tuscon, AZ.
"All of us at Eulogy/Hand Of Hope would like to send out our condolences to the family and friends of the individual that was killed and anyone else that was injured at the Street Brutality show at Scrappys in Tucson, AZ last night. We hate to see any violence happen at hardcore shows but something of this magnitude is even sadder. We don't have all the fact as to what happened and I'm not sure if any one will every really know what exactly happened. When we know more we will let you know so please don't believe everything you read on message boards. The tour will continue as scheduled tonight in Las Vegas."
One man was shot to death and several others injured after a fight broke out during a show on The Street Brutality Tour featuring Shattered Realm, Donnybrook and Hoods in Tucson, Arizona last week.
One man was shot to death and several others injured (one individual was hit in the head with a hammer) after a fight broke out during a show on The Street Brutality Tour featuring Shattered Realm, Donnybrook and Hoods in Tucson, Arizona last night. The incident occured at Skrappy's, which bills itself as an alcohol- and drug-free club for people under 21. Police said they have had few calls for problems there.
The man fatally shot at a music club last night as Ray Darrin Pierson, 27, of Mesa. Pierson was in Tucson to see Shattered Realm. He was shot outside the club after a fight involving at least 20 people inside the venue, said Sgt. Ramon Batista, a Tucson Police Department spokesman. Pierson died at a hospital. Several other people were injured according to Batista, but he declined to discuss details.
Homicide detectives are trying to interview everyone who was at the Shattered Realm show - up to 200 people. Detectives found a handgun outside the club, but won't say who was carrying it. No one has been arrested so far. Police are asking anyone who was at the show and anyone who may have information about the fight and shooting to call 911 or 88-CRIME, the anonymous tip line of the Pima County Attorney's Office.
Several emails to Lambgoat.com owners suggest that the fight was between local hardcore kids and FSU members.
Skrappy's doors were locked this morning, and no one appeared to be inside.
TERROR just finished their brand new video for "Keep Your Mouth Shut" and it has been posted it on Trustkill.com for you in QuickTime and Windows Media. The video was shot entirely in Los Angeles.
Terror kick off their month long US tour with Bury Your Dead this week. This might be the last time you see Terror before they head back in to the studio to record their follow up album to "One With The Underdogs". The band is finishing up writing right now and will head in to record with Zeuss (Throwdown, Hatebreed, Shadows Fall) in February to record the effort, which will hit stores in mid-2006 via Trustkill Records.
Terror's tour dates are as follows:
The Street Brutality Tour with Hoods, Shattered Realm, Donnybrook, and Black My Heart has added a few tour dates since last mentioned here.
The latest tour dates are: More...
Pre-orders and the e-card for the new Hoods CD, "The King is Dead," are both now available on the Eulogy page. All pre-orders will include a free poster. The album will be hitting stores on October 25th, and your pre-orders will ship soon before that.
Hoods will be hitting the road again for a U.S. tour in the Fall to celebrate the release of the CD. The STREET BRUTALITY TOUR presented by TICKETSPIN.COM also features SHATTERED REALM, DONNYBROOK, & BLACK MY HEART. The tour dates are as follows: More...
Hoods just kicked off a month-long European tour with Awoken. Here are the tour dates:
8/29 Juha West Stuttgart, Germany
8/30 Free+Easy Fest München, Germany
8/31 Arena vienna(wien), Austria
9/1 kuck kucks nest berchtesgarden, Germany
9/2 JZ Riot Lichtenstein, Germany
9/3 Kaos Keller Langenau Ulm, Germany
9/4 Le Caravan Serail Toulouse/St Alban, France
9/5 Recinte de Barraques Vidreres, Spain
9/6 Ritmo & Compas Madrid, Spain
9/7 Sala D'Manu Santander, Spain
9/8 Edaska Club Bilbao, Spain
9/10 Peniche Alternat Paris, France
9/11 JZ Nord Herten, Germany
9/12 TJ's Newport, UK
9/13 Ferry Boat Norwich, UK
9/15 Upstairs @ Barfly Glasgow, UK
9/16 Star and Garter Manchester, UK
9/17 Hoods Up Fest Hull, UK
9/18 Phoenix Plymoth, UK
9/19 Underworld London, UK
9/20 Innocent Hengelo, Holland
9/21 Stortebeker Arnhem, Holland
9/23 Dead Fest Linköping, Sweden
9/25 UJZ Korn Hannover, Germany
9/26 Zanzibar Chorzow, Poland
9/27 Alter Stattbahnhof Schweinfurt, Germany
9/28 Garage Saarbrücken, Germany
Initial dates for this fall's Donnybrook, Shattered Realm, Hoods, and Black My Heart tour have also been disclosed. Here they are: More...
The entire schedule for Hellfest has finally been released. HELLFEST 2K5 takes place on August 19-21 at the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, New Jersey. Tickets are available at hellfest.com or you can purchase tickets at the Sovereign Bank Arena box office or charge by phone at 1-888-SBA-TIXX or online at sovereignbankarena.com.
The complete schedule follows, including stages, times and bands playing: More...
Most Precious Blood, Donnybrook, and This Is Hell will be hooking up for a week of dates in August.
8/6 Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
8/7 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's Downunder
8/8 Erie, PA @ Forward Hall
8/9 Buffalo, NY @ Xtreme Wheels
8/10 Latham, NY @ Saratoga Winners
8/11 Hamden, CT @ Hamden KOC
8/12 Allentown, PA @ Sterling Hotel
8/13 Baltimore, MD @ Otto Bar
Terror are currently in Europe on tour. The band will return to the U.S. next week, then join the Sounds Of The Underground tour for two weeks on July 15th. August plans include performing at Hellfest and filming a new video, the details of which have yet to be announced. In September Terror will tour Japan for ten days before hooking up with Converge for a two-week Canadian tour. Immediately following that trek, the band will tour briefly in mid-October with Donnybrook. Finally, Terror will then hit the road for a five week, full U.S. tour with Shadows Fall, Fear Factory, and Bleeding Through. Meanwhile, in December the group will finish writing their next album for Trustkill Records, which will be recorded this winter.
HELLFEST 2005, which takes place August 19th to the 21st in Trenton, NJ, has announced the next 39 bands out of the 188 total bands playing this year's festival (and they're still not done). Here are the latest additions:
HELLFEST 2K5 BAND LINE UP ROUND FOUR:
A Love For Enemies
A Murder of Crows
Anorexic Beauty Queen
At All Cost
Boy Sets Fire
Glass and Ashes
Haste The Day
I am Idaho
MC Goldie Wilson
None More Black
Planes Mistaken for Stars
Smoke or Fire
Beautiful Mistake, The
Time Of Need
When Tigers Fight
HERE’S A RE-CAP OF THE FIRST 114: More...
100 Demons, Donnybrook, and Cast Aside will be touring the West Coast together in November. Here are the dates:
11/6 Corona CA @ Showcase Theatre w/ Life Or Death
11/7 Hollywood CA @ Studio S w/ The Warriors, Make Move
11/8 South Gate CA @ The Allen Theatre
11/9 Long Beach CA @ Koo?s Caf?
11/10 Bakersfield CA @ Murder City
11/11 Santa Cruz CA @ TBA
11/12 San Francisco CA @ TBA
11/13 Petaluma CA @ The Phoenix Theatre
11/14 Portland OR @ Solid State
11/15 Seattle WA @ Studio 7
11/16 Boise ID @ The Venue
11/17 Salt Lake City UT @ The Lo Fi Caf?
11/18 Las Vegas NV @ The Roadside Casino
11/19 San Diego CA @ Ground Zero
11/20 Tijuana, Mexico @ The Box
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.