All Shall Perish
Band Photo: All Shall Perish (?)
From: Oakland, CA, United States
Last Known Status: Active
Latest All Shall Perish News
Below is our complete All Shall Perish 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.
Ghostfest is back and promises to top last year’s sold-out event with over 40 bands, three stages, even bigger names and an increased capacity to 2700. Taking place on the 30th of June / 1st of July at Leeds University Students' Union, the first headliners have now been announced as Emmure, All Shall Perish, and Comeback Kid.
Frankie Palmeri of Emmure says: "We’re really excited to be a part of GHOSTFEST this year, see ya in the pit."
All Shall Perish added, "Given we couldn’t make last years’ Ghostfest we’re really excited to be coming over to play the festival this year and the line-up looks incredible. Look forward to seeing you all there.”
They’re joined by Boston punks Defeater, tech-metal wizards The Haarp Machine, Ghost Music signings Silent Screams, melodic hardcore outfit Departures, noise-core mob Polar and fast rising Welsh boys Continents. More...
American nu metal veterans Limp Bizkit have been confirmed as the final headliner for this year's edition of Belgiums largest heavy metal festival, Graspop Metal Meeting. Also newly confirmed for the festival are Behemoth, Black Label Society, Godsmack, Slash and All Shall Perish, while the organisers have also announced that Young Guns and Lagwagon have pulled out of the event. Graspop Metal Meeting will take place in Dessel, Belgium from June 22nd - 24th and will feature the following lineup, with more to be announced shortly:
Ozzy Osbourne and friends (Headliner)
Limp Bizkit (Headliner)
Guns N Roses (Headliner)
All Shall Perish
August Burns Red
Black Label Society
Black Veil Brides
Children Of Bodom
Conducting From The Grave will be doing a series of California headliner dates starting 3/22 before the band will be hitting the road with All Shall Perish, Carnifex, Fleshgod Apocalypse, and The Contortionist. The headlining dates are as follows:
Mar 22 Club Retro - Eureka, CA
Mar 23 Boardwalk - Orangevale, CA
Mar 24 Whiskey Dicks - South Lake Tahoe, CA
Mar 25 Axiom - Oroville CA
Mar 28 The Workshop Ceres CA
The tour poster for the band's upcoming shows with All Shall Perish can be found below. More...
Canadian metal/hardcore band Obey The Brave will make its U.S. debut at the 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival on Friday, April 20th.
The new band features former members of Century Media recording artists Despised Icon and Mediaskare's Blind Witness.
"Some of my favorite touring memories took place at the Palladium," said vocalist Alex Erian. "So stoked to be back and can't wait to play Obey The Braves' first US show ever at the NEMHF. Shit's about to get real, fellas."
Obey The Brave is managed by Good Fight Entertainment and is now working on its debut album for a label to be announced.
The 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival will take place Friday, April 20 through Sunday, April 22 at the Palladium in Worcester, Mass. More...
Massachusetts' own Unearth, which recently posted a music video online for the song "Watch it Burn," will join the all-star lineup already announced for the 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival on Saturday, April 21st.
"It's been five years since we've taken the stage at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival and we couldn't be happier to make our return this April 21," said singer Trevor Phipps. "This fest gave us a shot as an up and coming band over a decade ago and was one of the springboards for our career in heavy music. This year's lineup looks to be an amazing one and we are looking forward to hitting that stage." More...
Oakland based deathcore band All Shall Perish posted live drumcam footage of drummer Adam Pierce performing the track "Divine Illusion." The song appears on the latest LP "This Is Where It Ends," released in July 2011 through Nuclear Blast Records.
Check out the video here:
Indiana's The Contortionist is pleased to announce an upcoming run with All Shall Perish, Carnifex, Fleshgod Apocalypse, and Conducting From The Grave. The tour kicks off in Oakland, CA on March 29th and comes to a close in Sacramento, CA on April 28th. See below for all current tour dates and stay alert for ticketing information.
“We’re really thrilled to be heading out with All Shall Perish and all of the other bands on the tour this March and April,” states guitarist Robby Baca. “This is a great tour and we’re excited to be performing with these bands. We saw All Shall Perish play recently and those dudes SHRED.”
The Contortionist also recently announced the band will be recording an upcoming full-length release at Audio Hammer Studios in Orlando, Florida with Jason Suecof and Eyal Levi (August Burns Red, The Black Dahlia Murder) in February. The new album is tentatively set to be released with Good Fight Music in late spring/early summer 2012. The band also recently announced a new endorsement deal with Ibanez. More...
Oakland based extreme metal band All Shall Perish announced the cancellation of their upcoming European tour with Caliban in support of the band's latest LP "This is Where it Ends."
Guitarist Ben Orum had the following comments on the cancellation: "We regret to inform our fans that All Shall Perish has been forced to cancel our European run with Caliban in February. We have recently run into some problems outside the band's control which forces us to cancel this tour with our good friends in Caliban. We know they understand but even so, we apologize to them. We also would like to apologize to our fans who have been waiting so patiently to see ASP again. We have already confirmed many dates for the summer festivals in Europe so our European fans will be seeing us very soon!"
There's a little something for everyone this week in the latest collection of new metal tracks added to the Rock Band Network, from black metal to power metal and a whole lot in-between. These songs have now landed on the Xbox 360 version of the game:
Powerman 5000 - "V is for Vampire" (160 MSP)
All Shall Perish - "A Pure Evil" (160 MSP)
All Shall Perish - "My Retaliation (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Asking Alexandria - "Hey There Mr. Brooks (RB3 version)" (160 MSP)
Devin Townsend - "N9" (160 MSP)
Ethereal Collapse - "Category III: Architect" (80 MSP)
Ethereal Collapse - "Category III: Architect (2x Bass Pedal)" (80 MSP)
Fallen Angel - "Sad Wings" (160 MSP)
Francisco Meza - "Rage and Pain (2x Bass Pedal)" (80 MSP)
Halcyon Way - "Icon of Resolution" (80 MSP)
Halcyon Way - "Icon of Resolution (2x Bass Pedal)" (80 MSP)
Watain - "Underneath the Cenotaph" (160 MSP)
These songs also hit the PS3 edition on 12/20 (North America) and 12/21 (Europe):
Between the Buried and Me - "Selkies: The Endless Obsession" ($1.99)
Powerman 5000 - "Show Me What You've Got" ($1.99)
Grammy-nominated Massachusetts metal band Killswitch Engage will headline the three-day New England Metal and Hardcore Festival April 20-22 at the Palladium in Worcester, Mass.
“Yup, trouble's brewing," said KsE vocalist Howard Jones. "It’s been great to have time off, but now it’s back to business. All the guys in KsE are truly excited to be playing NEMHF again. It’s like old times: hanging out with your friends, but they have mustaches now. Come on out, bring a friend and let’s make some sweat!"
The Black Dahlia Murder will headline the first night, while a "special" headliner will be announced Jan. 2 for the Saturday show. KsE will headline the final night. Others on the bill for the three days include Overkill, Skeletonwitch, Bane, All Shall Perish, The Acacia Strain, Aborted and Nile, with many more to be announced.
Here's the full press release:
"Killswitch Engage has been confirmed as the headliner of the 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. The festival helped to launch the career of the Westfield, Mass., band and the festival vets went on to sign with Roadrunner Records. With over 1.5 million records sold in the United States alone and a Grammy nomination under its belt, the band will return to the NEMF stage in 2012.
"Also headlining the biggest and longest running metal festival in America for 2012 is The Black Dahlia Murder. Lead singer Trevor Strnad sums it up best: 'It has always been a huge pleasure to play New England Metal And Hardcore Fest... I can't thank them enough for involving us again. Some of my fondest drunken memories are from NEMHF... I'm looking to rack up a few more!!! Come out and bang your heads til they fall off. I'll meet you by the sausage man!'
"The 14th edition of the festival, which will take place the weekend of April 20-22 at the Palladium in Worcester, Mass., will also present a host of other festival vets and up-and-comers: More...
This week the Xbox 360 version of the Rock Band Network is back to seeing a varied list of newly added rock and metal tracks from several genres. The following songs are now available on the Xbox 360 edition:
All Shall Perish - "My Retaliation" (160 MSP)
Design the Skyline - "Break Free From Your Life" (160 MSP)
Fallen Angel - "The Reapers Shall Gather / Arrival" (160 MSP)
Kylesa - "Tired Climb" (160 MSP)
Nevermore - "Without Morals" (160 MSP)
The Bunny the Bear - "Ocean Floor" (160 MSP)
Thunder and Lightning - "Horizon" (160 MSP)
These tracks are coming to the PS3 on 12/6/2011 (North America) and Wednesday, 12/7/2011 (Europe):
Attack Attack! - "Last Breath" ($1.99)
A Day to Remember - "All Signs Point to Lauderdale" ($1.99)
More of the usual suspects are showing up in the latest batch of newly added tracks to the Rock Band Network. Xbox fans can look forward to music from All Shall Perish and Halcyon Way over the weekend, while PS3 players will have access to more Arch Enemy and Rock Band champions Amberian Dawn next week.
The newly added Xbox 360 tracks are as follows:
All Shall Perish - "Embrace The Curse (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Halcyon Way - "Death of a Dream (2x Bass Pedal)" (80 MSP)
Prototype - "The Way It Ends" (80 MSP)
The PS3 releases for 11/22/2011 (North America) and 11/23/2011 (Europe) will be:
Amberian Dawn - "Passing Bells" ($1.99)
Arch Enemy - "Nemesis" ($1.99)
Although not quite as impressive in the quantity department as many past updates, this week's lineup of newly added songs to the Rock Band Network features a nice blend of differing styles so there's something for any metal fan. Atheist, All Shall Perish, Halcyon Way and more have invaded the Xbox 360 version, while next week the PS3 edition gets another new song from Black Veil Brides.
The newly added Xbox 360 metal tracks are as follows:
Atheist - "Faux King Christ" (160 MSP)
Atheist - "Faux King Christ (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
All Shall Perish - "Spineless (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Fallen Angel - "Life or Death" (160 MSP)
Fallen Angel - "The Answer" (160 MSP)
Halcyon Way - "Inversion" (80 MSP)
Chaotrope - "The Cascade Effect" (80 MSP)
This track will also hit the PS3 on Tuesday the 15th (North America) and Wednesday the 16th (Europe):
Black Veil Brides - "Heaven's Calling" ($1.99)
Oakland, California extreme metal act All Shall Perish has teamed up with Noisecreep.com to premiere the band's latest music video for the track, "Royalty Into Exile." Check it out today at this location.
"Royalty Into Exile" appears on All Shall Perish's fourth studio album, "This is Where it Ends," which was released last summer on Nuclear Blast Records. The video comes courtesy of Scion A/V, and for more information on Scion A/V head over here.
All Shall Perish has also announced an upcoming European tour in 2012, with full details available at this locaiton.
Californian extreme metallers All Shall Perish will go on an extensive European tour in early 2012 together with Caliban, Eyes Set To Kill, WBTBWB and Attila. The US-based quintet will burn down the following cities:
02.02.2012 (D) Karlsruhe - Substage
03.02.2012 (D) Hamburg - Markthalle
04.02.2012 (SE) Gothenburg - Brewhouse
05.02.2012 (SE) Stockholm - Göta Kälare
07.02.2012 (FIN) Helsinki - Nosturi
10.02.2012 (D) Berlin - C-Club
11.02.2012 (D) Jena - F-Haus
12.02.2012 (PL) Krakow - Rotunda
13.02.2012 (SK) Bratislava - Majestic Club
14.02.2012 (CZ) Prague - The Rock
15.02.2012 (HU) Budapest - Dürer Kert
16.02.2012 (A) Vienna - Arena
17.02.2012 (D) Munich - Backstage Werk
18.02.2012 (I) Pinarella di Cerv - Rockplanet
19.02.2012 (I) Rome - Blackout
21.02.2012 (CH) Zuerich - Abart
22.02.2012 (F) Paris - Divan Du Monde
23.02.2012 (F) Lyon - MJC
24.02.2012 (B) Hasselt - Muziekodroom
25.02.2012 (D) Cologne - Essigfabrik
26.02.2012 (NL) Amsterdam – Melkweg
Happy Friday Rock Band fans! This week the Xbox 360 edition of the Rock Band Network has seen new tracks from Christian Death, All Shall Perish, and more, while the PS3 edition will get new songs from Black Veil Brides next week. The newly added Xbox 360 tracks are as follows:
Christian Death - "Church of No Return" (160 MSP)
All Shall Perish - "Embrace the Curse" (160 MSP)
Savage Minotaur - "Melted Picks & Broken Sticks" (160 MSP)
We Are Knuckle Dragger - "-20% for Being a Loser" (80 MSP)
The following tracks come to the PS3 on Tuesday 11/8/2011 (North America) and Wednesday, 11/9/2011 (Europe):
Black Veil Brides - "Children Surrender" ($1.99)
Black Veil Brides - "Perfect Weapon" ($1.99)
Hopefully your collection of Rock Band metal tracks has already got enough material to keep you rocking through the coming weekend, as this is one of the slimmest weeks for new songs on both Xbox and PS3 editions of the Rock Band Network.
The Xbox 360 version of the game has now received a 2X bass pedal version of the All Shall Perish track "Never... Again," while the PS3 edition will get the Amberian Dawn track "Willow of Tears" on October 25th, 2011 in North America and October 26th in Europe.
Check back again next week for the latest roundup of metal tracks hitting the Rock Band Network.
The dark, dank halls of Red 7 summoned the youthful masses to see two leading groups of today’s breakdown-heavy metal scene. Speaking of dank, weed grinding death metallers, Cannabis Corpse complimented The Black Dahlia’s core-meets-death sound with a more traditional, Florida death metal offering. Although Red 7 didn’t overcrowd the bill with locals—The Black Dahlia Murder, All Shall Perish and Cannabis Corpse were afforded long set times—a lone local band warmed up the PA system. I didn’t catch this group’s name nor can I “breakdown” their performance. What I can say, though, is their bouncy, burlesque sound proved the ideal style for the night’s lime-lighted acts.
In the case of Red 7’s lighting system, the colored-coded adage listed above denotes strict figurative usage. Fluorescent light bulbs could have been a fitting source of light for Cannabis Corpse and equally illuminated the group. The stoners blazing blunts at the front of the stage meant even lesser light for photography. Those out of range from smelling the sweet leaf might have thought, “Wow, they’re using dry ice! Nice fog effect!” Rolling audio brutality into symmetrically shaped jibs, the Virginia-based band force-fed the crowd a meal of slamming grooves, katana-bladed guitar tones and slick bass solos.
Andy 'Weedgrinder' Horn pushed out screams owing to George Fisher’s vile-natured highs and Chris Barnes indecipherable lows. Instead of utilizing known fill-in words such Tom G. Warrior’s famous “Heeey” or Rob Zombies “Yeaaah,” Weedgrinder threw out quick, fitting phrases such as “get high.” Led by the Hall brothers--Municipal Waste bassist, Phil “Landphil” Hall and drummer Josh 'HallHammer' Hall, the quartet’s frenetic head banging super-charged Mary Jane horror film scenarios songs. “Blazing” through material from such Cannibal Corpse parodied albums as “Tubes of the Resonated” and “Blunted at Birth,” set highlights included “Sentenced to Burn One,” “Dead by Bong” and set closer “Skull Full of Bong Hits.” More...
With Friday finally here, the Rock Band Network has new tracks for metal fans to jam over the weekend. This week's lineup of Xbox 360 tracks features a range of bands including such names as Rotting Christ, Halcyon Way, and Bring Me The Horizon. The newly added Xbox 360 metal tracks are as follows:
All Shall Perish - "Never... Again" (160 MSP)
Bring Me the Horizon - "Pray for Plagues (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Chaotrope - "Scarred" (80 MSP)
Devin Townsend - "Solar Winds (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Halcyon Way - "Mouth Without a Head (2x Bass Pedal)" (80 MSP)
I Am Abomination - "Examination" (160 MSP)
I Am Abomination - "Examination (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Rotting Christ - "Fire Death and Fear (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
The following song hits the PS3 edition on Tuesday, 10/4/2011 (North America) and Wednesday, 10/5/2011 (Europe):
The Dillinger Escape Plan - "Farewell, Mona Lisa" ($1.99)
These two songs will also be released on the PS3 on Tuesday, 10/4/2011 in North America:
After the Burial - "Pendulum" ($1.99)
Soilwork - "Stabbing the Drama" ($1.99)
On September 13th, Century Media will release the "Metal For The Masses Volume 9" compilation exclusively through Hot Topic. The release consists of three discs and 48 tracks.
"We're very excited to be putting out the 9th installment of the Metal For The Masses series," says Century Media President, Don Robertson. "This low priced Hot Topic exclusive has been a very important sampler of our artists for the last decade and has proven to be a great way to give the metal community a chance to discover new music."
The track listing is as follows:
Disc One (The Century Family)
1 - Winds of Plague - California
2 - Vampires Everywhere! - Carnage At The Castle
3 - Suicide Silence - You Only Live Once
4 - Architects (UK) - Day In Day Out
5 - iwrestledabearonce - Karate Nipples
6 - Demolisher - Two Sided Coin
7 - Arsonists Get All The Girls - Will Someone Please Turn Down the Ocean
8 - Earth Crisis - Total War
9 - Suffer Well - For Today, For Yesterday, For Everyday
10 - The Devastated - The Devil's Messenger
11 - Arch Enemy - Bloodstained Cross
12 - Turisas - The Great Escape
13 - Deicide - How Can You Call Yourself a God?
14 - 7 Horns 7 Eyes - Vindicator
15 - TesseracT - Eden
Disc Two (Nuclear Blast America)
1 - Decapitated - Homo Sum
2 - All Shall Perish - There's Nothing Left
3 - Symphony X - The End Of Innocence
4 - Sepultura - Kairos
5 - Lock Up - Brethren Of The Pentagram
6 - Belphegor - Impaled Upon The Tongue Of Satan
7 - Hell - On Earth As It Is In Hell
8 - Destruction - Hate Is My Fuel
9 - World Under Blood - God Among The Waste
10 - Korpiklaani - Tequila
11 - Agnostic Front - My Life My Way
12 - Graveyard - Ain't Fit To Live Here
13 - While Heaven Wept - Destroyer Of Solace
14 - Before The Dawn - Deathstar
15 - Sylosis - Empyreal
16 - Pain - Dirty Woman
17 - Origin - Expulsion of Fury
18 - Amorphis - You I Need
19 - Scar Symmetry - Extinction Mantra More...