Everything Went Black
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The St. Louis-based metallic hardcore group Everything Went Black has announced dates for an upcoming U.S. tour, including select dates with the New York hardcore/punk band Vice. Additionally, the band will act as support for label mates Mutilation Rites on an upcoming stop in St. Louis with Inter Arma on March 11th.
Everything Went Black is continuing to support debut album "Cycles of Light," which About.com praised for its "neck-destroying breakdowns" and "wailing lead sections." The album is currently available on CD right here.
3/11 St. Louis, MO - Fubar w/ Mutilation Rites, Inter Arma
3/12 St. Louis, MO - Fubar
4/1 Chicago, IL - Cobra Lounge
4/3 Ashtabula, OH - West End 2153
4/4 Syracuse, NY - 3 Fat Guys #
4/5 Corning NY, - Corning VFW #
4/6 Braddock, PA - Dock 5 #
4/7 Roanoke, VA - Elegy’s House #
4/8 Prestonsburg, KY - Jenny Wiley Convention Center #
4/9 Knoxville, TN - Long Branch Saloon #
4/10 Evansville, IN - The Hatch
4/11 Springfield, MO - The Lemondrop
4/12 Columbia, MO - Roxy’s
4/13 Kansas City, MO - Club Mustache
4/28 Maplewood, MO - Encapsulated Studios
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Sound & Fury Festival is back in it's 7th and biggest year yet, taking place at the Earl Warren Showgrounds in Santa Barbara, CA from July 20th through 22nd. The festival is excited to announce additional performers for the 2012 lineup, including Earth Crisis, Harms Way, Ivy League, Sabertooth Zombie, Seahaven, Xibalba, and others.
Some previously announced performers are Bane, Blacklisted, Comeback Kid, H2O, Terror, Touche Amore and many more. Check out the full list of bands playing below and stay tuned for one more exciting lineup announcement coming before the festival.
The St. Louis metallic hardcore act Everything Went Black is excited to announce an upcoming spring tour with fellow hardcore act Ringworm, which starts in Chicago on May 29th and ends June 8th in Ohio. The band will be supporting "Cycles of Light," released earlier this year on CD, LP and MP3.
Lead singer Brandon Hoffman stated, “'Cycles of Light' came out back in January, and since then we have been trying to keep busy on the road and writing another record. Going out with Ringworm is an honor for us; we have been following them for years and years.”
Everything Went Black also has several high-profile shows coming up before and after the Ringworm dates, including an appearance at the Sound & Fury festival in Santa Barbara in June. The complete list of dates is as follows: More...
St. Louis' Everything Went Black has posted a full album stream of the debut "Cycles of Light," which will be released on January 17th in North America, on February 6th in the U.K. and February 10th in the rest of Europe on Lost Shepherd/Prosthetic Records.
Check out the stream now courtesy of Amp Magazine here. The band has also announced a string of dates in January in conjunction with the album's release.
St. Louis act Everything Went Black has posted a promo video clip for the band's upcoming "Cycles Of Light" album. Check out the clip below. "Cycles of Light" is coming January 17th, 2012 on Lost Shepherd / Prosthetic Records, and the cover artwork is available by clicking here.
St. Louis based metallic hardcore act Everything Went Black has posted a track online from the band's debut full-length, "Cycles of Light." Check out the song "Lifeless" now at Lambgoat.com by clicking here.
The album, which will be released on January 17th, 2012 on Lost Shepherd/Prosthetic Records, is now available for pre-order through the Prosthetic webstore and is available on vinyl and CD, and as part of a T-shirt bundle. Ordering information can be found here. The band will also play a hometown show on November 21st with Deaf Heaven.
Metallic hardcore act Everything Went Black has signed to Lost Shepherd/Prosthetic Records. The label commented on the band:
"Hailing from the wasteland of St. Louis, Everything Went Black plays a concise, sophisticated brand of fast and heavy aggressive music drawing influence from the likes of The Hope Conspiracy, Black Flag and Entombed, while still maintaining a sound that is very much so their own. Since the band's formation in the spring of 2009, the band self released an EP, a 7" on Hands Up! Records, and a split with Louisville, KY hardcore outfit Rattletooth on St. Louis based label I Hate Punk Rock Records."
The band recorded its debut full-length this summer, which will see a release in early 2012. Check out live footage below of Everything Went Black, supporting Converge and Trap Them earlier this year.