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Ohio metalcore outfit The Paramedic has posted the following message online about canceling upcoming tour dates:
"To our awesome fans: due to situations beyond our control and for the overall safety and security of our band, we cannot finish out our last few days of the tour.
"It is best to keep the details private but please understand it is not something we want to do. We are sincerely sorry and we promise we will be back very soon in 2014 with a new record for you."
For more info on the band and upcoming live shows, head over to The Paramedic's Facebook profile here.
Metalcore act The Paramedic (Bullet Tooth) and One Year Later (CI Records) will be heading out on tour this June, presented by Artery Global. The tour kicks off June 13th in Illinois.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be hitting the road with One Year Later. We’re looking forward to making new friends and fans and seeing some familiar faces along the way!” said The Paramedic vocalist Mike Luciano.
The Paramedic just released Bullet Tooth debut album "Smoke & Mirrors." Catch the band live supporting the album:
Thursday, June 13th - Sauget, IL @ Pop’s
Friday, June 14th - Barrington, IL @ Penny Road Club
Saturday, June 15th - La Crosse, WI @ The Warehouse
Sunday, June 16th - Burnsville, MN @ The Garage
Monday, June 17th - Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
Tuesday, June 18th - Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room
Wednesday, June 19th - Pubelo, CO @ Phil’s Radiator
Friday, June 21st - El Paso, TX @ The War Room
Saturday, June 22nd - San Antonio, TX @ The Korova
Sunday, June 23rd - Dallas, TX @ Sons Of Hermann
Friday, June 28th - Cynthiana, KY @ The Cynthiana Country Club
The Paramedic has checked in with the following announcement about canceling tonight's show due to van problems:
"Guys - we have the worst luck. On our way to the show today our new van broke down. Sadly, we're waiting to get towed and see what is wrong.
"Unfortunately, we will not be able to make tonight's show in Baltimore. We are so sorry for this and we will make it up as soon as we can. Thank you to Graffiti Warehouse for booking us and please go support all of the bands tonight including Design The Skyline."
For more info on the band and upcoming live shows, head over to The Paramedic's Facebook profile.
The Paramedic has checked in with the following announcement about canceling the band's previously scheduled show tonight on "The Bridge Between Tour" due to vehicle problems:
"Hey guys - in a raw sense of irony, our van broke down on the way to Hermiston and is still sitting in the shop waiting to be diagnosed. We don't know what's wrong with it but we'll keep you updated.
"Unfortunately, we have to cancel our set tonight. We did everything in our power to get this situated but it's not going to work out in time for us to make it with still 5 hours left to drive to the venue. We wanted so bad to play for you guys tonight and was looking forward to meeting all of you.
"We'd like to thank Will Quintana and The Grimms Den for having us on the show. Please go out and support the show and our buddies in Phinehas."
For info on upcoming tour dates from The Paramedic, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.
The Paramedic (Bullet Tooth Records) and It Lies Within (Luxor Records) has announced a co-headlining the "Stop, Drop, and MOSH! Tour" in February 2013.
The run is a short string of dates circled around Tyler, TX's Outrage Festival, which includes a lineup with Flyleaf, Hawthorne Heights, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and over 30 more groups across numerous genres.
Dates for the "Stop, Drop, and MOSH! Tour" are as follows:
2/8: Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
2/9: Steger, IL @ Another Hole in the Wall
2/10: Peoria, IL @ The Brass Rail
2/11: St. Louis, MO @ Pop's Concert Venue
2/12: Memphis, TN @ 1885 Lounge
2/13: Little Rock, AR @ Juanita's Cafe & Bar
2/15: Denton, TX @ Hailey's Club
2/16: Tyler, TX @ Crossroads [Outrage Festival w/ Flyleaf, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
2/17: Norman, OK @ The Hidden Castle More...
Bullet Tooth has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Ohio metalcore band The Paramedic:
"Intensity, emotion and raw power are three ways to describe Dayton, OH’s The Paramedic. But to pigeon hole the band with just three words would simply be an injustice to this group. Formed in late 2010 by friends Jake Nolan (Guitar), Travis Adkins (Bass), Tony Hovater (Drums), Sean Salasny (Guitar) and Mike Luciano (Lead Vocals); The Paramedic is poised to spearhead the next generation of dynamic metalcore bands, thanks in part to Luciano’s diverse R&B background. The band delivers a unique mix blending the insanity of Asking Alexandria, the electro-sensibilities of Attack Attack, and the soulfulness of Jonny Craig.
"Living the dream is a philosophy that Mike Luciano and the guys thrive to live out on a daily basis and will have nothing stand in their way. Against his parents’ wishes, Luciano dropped out of college to pursue his dream of making it in the world of music. This intense internal struggle has made Luciano’s lyrics a personal one-of-a-kind statement that range from raising awareness towards rape to standing up for what you believe in. Judging by the nearly 300,000 views of their cover of Lil’ Wayne’s “6 Foot 7 Foot” on YouTube and their 40,000 fans on Facebook, all of the hard work and life altering decisions have been worth it.
"In early 2012, the bands’ dream finally came together when New Jersey based record label, Bullet Tooth, signed The Paramedic to a deal. Joining other acts such as Affiance and Serianna, the band is sure to reach new audiences that they only ever dreamed about." More...
Dayton, Ohio's The Paramedic has posted another new song online titled "Sol, The Conspirator." Check out the song in the player below, or listen to the previously posted track "Clarissa Didn't Explain This" by heading over to this location.
Ohio metalcore act The Paramedic has posted a lyric video online for the new song "Clarissa Didn't Explain This," which can be found in the player below.
You can also find The Paramedic's previously posted music video for "The Sixth Seal" by heading over to this location.
Dayton, OH metalcore experience The Paramedic and AOL’s Noisecreep.com recently debuted the brand new music video for the track, "The Sixth Seal," which is cut from the band’s recently released EP, "The Devil In Me." The video was directed and edited by Graham Fielder and be viewed below or by heading over to Noisecreep.com.
“Making the video for ‘The Sixth Seal’ was fucking rad,” states vocalist Michael Luciano. “We partied all night before, didn't go to sleep and then had to be on the set at 7 in the morning... it was quite the experience and we feel everything went great. Director Graham Fielder was awesome to work with and hopefully we’ll get to work with him again in the future. We feel like Graham really knew what we were looking for and how to best capture The Paramedic for who we are.”
Dayton, OH metalcore act The Paramedic has posted a cover of Lil Wayne's "6 Foot 7 Foot" online, which can be heard in the clip below.
The Paramedic is also offering an EP titled "The Devil in Me" as a free download. Details are available here, and the track listing is as follows:
1. The Sixth Seal
2. A Vessel Of Times Past
3. The Devil In Me
4. From The Throne
Dayton, OH metalcore experience The Paramedic recently announced that the band is giving away the new EP, "The Devil In Me," for free. The EP was self-produced by the band at its personal studio in Dayton, OH. You can download the EP by heading over here.
The track listing is as follows:
1. The Sixth Seal
2. A Vessel Of Times Past
3. The Devil In Me
4. From The Throne
“This EP is all about fighting off your demons and finding self empowerment, which is something we can all relate to,” states guitarist Jake Nolan. “Musically, we just wanted to write the most fun and colorful piece of art that we could while still capturing the message behind it and the overall mood. At the same time we wanted to create something all heavy music fans alike could easily digest and move too. I am proud of this release, and I am so happy that we are able to share it in it's entirety with anyone who wants to hear it for free. This is our gift to the masses, we hope you like our music and share our gift to all of your friends.”