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Below is our complete Ninjaspy 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.
It's that time of year: Asher Media Relations is proud to offer its latest holiday sampler "Happy Metal Annihilation Vol. 4" featuring 44 tracks of headbanging fury from bands the PR company have had the honor of working with in 2014.
"It's been a great year supporting metal and rock and we like to showcase this year's talent we've enjoyed working with. We like to thank all our media friends, partners and the fans for your continuous support in helping the unheard to be heard! Looking forward to 2015!" comments AMR founder / music publicist Jon Asher.
The Loud as Hell Festival roars into year three in Drumheller, Alberta and finally has unleashed the 2014 Lineup. Four days of Canadian metal in the heart of the Badlands will see over 30 bands performing along with freak shows, camping, and guitar and drum clinics.
The event runs from August 29th - September 1st this year and it will be a long Labour Day weekend for metal fans you won't want to miss. Band confirmed include Protest The Hero, Ninjaspy, All Else Fails, Titans Eve, Death Toll Rising and more. Details and ticket info can be found at this location. More...
Ninjaspy is currently on the road for the "Jump Ya Bones" tour in promotion of a new Indiegogo campaign to record an upcoming album.
The Vancouver, BC outfit has now released a video clip explaining the crowd funding campaign. Check it out below. Drummer Adam Parent also previously commented:
"Today marks the first step towards the making of a new record and we couldn't be more excited. The campaign is going to bring us closer to our fans in ways we've never experienced and frankly it seems appropriate. There should never be a disconnect between artists and people who love their work". More...
Vancouver, BC's high flying cross breed of metal and ska, Ninjaspy (a band of brothers literally), is proud to launch a new Indiegogo campaign to record a new full-length album. Drummer Adam Parent comments:
"Today marks the first step towards the making of a new record and we couldn't be more excited. The campaign is going to bring us closer to our fans in ways we've never experienced and frankly it seems appropriate. There should never be a disconnect between artists and people who love their work."
Ninjaspy's goal is to raise $10,000 to record, produce and market the album, and fans who donate to the campaign are offered a range of perks. Get full details at Indie GoGo here. You can also catch the band live: More...
Vancouver, BC's ska/metal crossbreed Ninjaspy (a band of brothers literally) is proud to announce the "Jump Ya Bones" tour. The band comments:
"It has been 7 years since we've put out a full length record. The long wait ends this spring 2014, as we prepare to go into the studio with brand new material this May. But before we do, we need your support to make this new album a reality, and you'll have many opportunities to throw us a few bones during the IndieGogo Campaign beginning April 1st and at any of the Western Canadian tour dates where we will perform all of our new songs."
Following "Pi Nature," Ninjaspy has toured across Canada on multiple occasions in addition to touring Japan in 2010. In 2013, the band unleashedmusical graphic novel "No Kata" with the single "Skaingkh (The Skank)."
Dates for the upcoming trek are as follows: More...
Edmonton's mischievous metallers All Else Fails are proud to announce they will be supporting West coast punkers Dayglo Abortions, Montreal's colossal Endast, Canadian prog metal giants Protest The Hero, and ska/metal/funk blenders Ninjaspy as they all tour through AEF's home province of Alberta.
Details on the run of shows are as follows:
Sept 21, 2012 - The Studio Music Foundation - Edmonton, AB w/ Weapons of Mass Distraction and The Dayglo Abortions
November 1, 2012 - The Pawn Shop - Edmonton, AB w/ Endast, These Colors Don't Run, Submerge, Tyrant
November 10, 2012 - The Vat - Red Deer, AB - w/ Protest The Hero, Ninjaspy
In additional news, All Else Fails released Episode 4, "Working For A Living," from the webisode series Breaking Acclaim, which is now streaming right here.
The Armstrong Metal Fest will be taking place on July 20th and 21st, with full details available over at the festival's official website. The organizers of the event have now issued the following statement:
"On July 20th-21st, the beautiful Okanagan will play host to the largest metal festival in Western Canada. Over the past few years. metal fans from even the farthest depths of North America have dragged themselves out of their dingy bars, wiped the stale beer from their mouths and joined together in a two day long journey filled with beer, boobs and heavy metal. In the past, Armstrong Metalfest has welcomed bands such as Three Inches of Blood into our small community, and this year will be joined by bands such as Thor, Into Eternity, Nylithia and Ninjaspy. Our list of notable bands will only increase as the years go on.
"In only a few years, Armstrong Metalfest has grown from a locally known one day event, to two days of unforgettable music and events. Beginning as Armstrong Open Air, AMF was founded in the parents' driveway of a dedicate metalhead. The first year featured locally known bands, who performed on a hastily built stage in front of a barn. Over a hundred people battled the rain and moshed on the gravel driveway, creating a soup of blood, rain and dirt that surely must have seeped into the towns water supply. The first event was such a success that there was an immediate cry for more. Soon word spread over British Columbia and filtered into the surrounding provinces and the United States.
"By the third year Armstrong Metalfest had evolved into a two day festival and moved onto festival grounds at the Hassen Arena, in the heart of Armstrong. Our new location was met with a public outcry, as local churches rallied against us. Accused of encouraging crime, Satanism and rape, churches held town meetings demanding that we be expelled from the city. Our website and promotional videos were attacked, as church goers expressed worries that their children would be beaten up, raped and sodomized if they were to attend. More...
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...
Vancouver's Ninjaspy is now streaming the track "SKAINGKH (The Skank)" from the band's upcoming "No Kata" EP and graphic novel, which is set to be released later this year. Check out the track in the player below.
The "No Kata" EP/graphic novel is the follow up to Ninjaspy's 2007 album "Pi Nature," produced by Garth Richardson (Rage Against the Machine, RHCP, Mudvayne) and Ben Kaplan (Atreyu, Haste the Day, Shakira).
Vancouver's Ninjaspy has posted a teaser clip online for the band's upcoming "No Kata" tour, which can be viewed below.
The upcoming Ninjaspy tour dates are as follows: More...
Quartered has announced that it will be taking part in the first ever "Rain City Throwdown" event in its hometown of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The gig, which is being presented by Jagermeister, will be headlined by Ninjaspy and will also feature performances from Quartered, Stand Down and Out of the Ruins. The event is set to take place on Friday, June 10th at the Rickshaw Theater in Vancouver.
Canadian modern metal act Ninjaspy has posted its new music video online for streaming. The video was shot for the track "Circle Pity" and you can check it out in the player below.