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Formed: 2001
From: Oakland, CA, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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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.

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Black Dahlia Murder Jam Packs Small Austin Club

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...

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New Metal Songs Added To The Rock Band Network

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)

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"Metal For The Masses" Volume 9 Details Revealed

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...

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Septicflesh And More Added To Rock Band Network

Metal fans looking looking for new songs to try out on the Rock Band Network this weekend can look forward to new tunes from Septicflesh, All Shall Perish, Amberian Dawn, and Halcyon Way. PS3 users also get new music from Asking Alexandria and Tesseract starting on September 6th.

The complete list of newly added Xbox 360 tracks, including the non-metal songs, is as follows:

Metal

All Shall Perish - "Spineless" (160 MSP)
All Shall Perish - "Stabbing to Purge Dissimulation (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "War in Heaven (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Chaotrope - "Fading Sacrifice" (80 MSP)
Conflicted - "Victor(ia)" (160 MSP)
Eminence - "Devil's Boulevard (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Halcyon Way - "The Age of Betrayal" (80 MSP)
Halcyon Way - "The Age of Betrayal (2x Bass Pedal)" (80 MSP)
Scum of the Earth - "Bombshell From Hell" (80 MSP)
Septicflesh - "Anubis" (160 MSP)
Septicflesh - "Anubis (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Without Mercy - "Slit" (160 MSP) More...

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Hails And Horns Giving Away Free Summer Comp

Not new, but it's never too late to get free music: Like Hails and Horns on Facebook to download their 27-song "Screams of Summer Comp 2011."

The "Screams of Summer Comp 2011" tracklisting is as follows:

1. SUICIDE SILENCE – “You Only Live Once”
2. ARCH ENEMY – “Yesterday Is Dead And Gone”
3. JUNGLE ROT – “Rise And Revolt”
4. RED FANG – “Wires”
5. ROTTEN SOUND – “Self”
6. ALL SHALL PERISH – “Divine Illusion”
7. WARBRINGER – “Living Weapon”
8. AFTER THE BURIAL – “Sleeper”
9. AMORPHIS – “You I Need”
10. BLACKGUARD – “Firefight”
11. PATHOLOGY – “Code Injection”
12. OBSCURA – “Euclidean Elements”
13. RINGS OF SATURN – “Seized And Devoured”
14. THE FRANCESCO ARTUSATO PROJECT – “Gardens Of Yama”
15. PERIPHERY – “Frak The Gods”
16. CYNIC – “Wheels Within Wheels”
17. FINNTROLL – “Solsagan”
18. WORLD UNDER BLOOD – “God Amongst The Waste”
19. LOCK UP – “Life Of Devastation”
20. EXHUMED – “Funereality”
21. TOXIC HOLOCAUST – “Judgment Awaits You”
22. BENIGHTED – “Let The Blood Spill Between My Broken Teeth”
23. SEPTIC FLESH – “The Vampire From Nazareth”
24. DECAPITATED – “Homo Sun”
25. GENERAL SURGERY – “The Succulent Aftermath Of A Subdural”
26. WATAIN – “Reaping Death”
27. HAMMERFALL – “One More Time”

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Cynic And All Shall Perish Invade Rock Band

We're finally back to a full lineup of newly added track this week on the Rock Band Network, with metal fans having new songs from Cynic, All Shall Perish, After the Burial, and more to look forward to. The complete list of newly added Xbox 360 songs, including tracks from genres other than metal, is as follows:

Metal

After the Burial - "Your Troubles Will Cease and Fortune Will Smile Upon You" (160 MSP)
After the Burial - "Your Troubles Will Cease and Fortune Will Smile Upon You (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
All Shall Perish - "Stabbing to Purge Dissimulation" (160 MSP)
Armor For The Broken - "Gold Rush" (160 MSP)
Chaotrope - "Dystopia" (80 MSP)
Chaotrope - "The Thief in the Night - Part I (2x Bass Pedal)" (80 MSP)
Cynic - "The Space for This" (160 MSP)
Cynic - "The Space for This (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP) More...

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Musicians Discuss What Bands They Like To Watch

Metal Injection attended the Holmdel, NJ stop of the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival and asked artists a series of questions. You can check out one of the clips below, in which bands discuss what acts they like to watch live. Metal Injection also commented on the video:

"We ask the bands of the 2011 Mayhem Fest to talk about which bands they enjoy watching live during the fest. See how members of Trivium, Machine Head, In Flames, Suicide Silence, All Shall Perish and Red Fang answer. Come back all week long for more Mayhem Fest Ask the Artists."


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The Black Dahlia Murder Announces Headline Tour

Detroit’s The Black Dahlia Murder, which is currently headlining the Summer Slaughter Tour in support of the new album "Ritual," will be back on the road this fall on a headline run that sees the band hitting cities not reached on its current tour.

Support on the fall tour comes from Oakland, California’s All Shall Perish and Richmond, Virginia’s Cannabis Corpse. Dates are as follows:

10/06 Columbus, OH The Bluestone (scaled)
10/07 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls
10/08 TBD
10/09 Syracuse, NY Lost Horizon
10/10 Providence, RI The Met
10/11 TBD
10/13 Richmond, VA Canal Club
10/14 Wilmington, NC The Soapbox
10/15 TBD
10/17 Corpus Christi, TX House of Rock
10/18 TBD
10/19 Lubbock, TX Jakes
10/20 El Paso, TX Club 101
10/21 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum Theatre
10/22 Tucson, AZ The Rock
10/23 Farmington, NM Top Deck
10/25 Oklahoma City, OK Conservatory
10/26 Lawrence, KS Granada Theatre
10/27 Des Moines, IA The Wheelhouse
10/28 Omaha, NE Waiting Room
10/30 Lansing, MI The Loft

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All Shall Perish Streaming Entire New Album

All Shall Perish is currently streaming the recently released album "This is Where it Ends" in its entirety on Facebook at this location. "This is Where it Ends," the band's fourth studio album, hit stores earlier this week on Nuclear Blast Records.

All Shall Perish also recently posted a music video online for the song "There is Nothing Left," which can be found here.

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Divine Illusion
2. There Is Nothing Left
3. Procession of Ashes
4. A Pure Evil
5. Embrace the Curse
6. Spineless
7. The Past Will Haunt Us Both
8. Royalty into Exile
9. My Retaliation
10. Rebirth
11. The Death Plague
12. In this Life of Pain

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All Shall Perish Releases New Music Video

Northern California’s All Shall Perish has premiered a new music video for “There Is Nothing Left,” which is taken from the band’s fourth studio album, "This is Where it Ends." The clip was directed by David Brodsky at MyGoodEye and can be viewed below.

Behind-the-scenes footage from the shooting of the music video is also available by heading over to this location. More...

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All Shall Perish Posts Music Video Shoot Footage

All Shall Perish has posted behind-the-scenes footage online from the band's time shooting a music video for "There Is Nothing Left," which is off the band's new album "This is Where it Ends." You can check out the clip below.

"This is Where it Ends" hits stores on July 26th in North America and July 29, 2011 (Europe) via Nuclear Blast Records. The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Divine Illusion
2. There Is Nothing Left
3. Procession of Ashes
4. A Pure Evil
5. Embrace the Curse
6. Spineless
7. The Past Will Haunt Us Both
8. Royalty into Exile
9. My Retaliation
10. Rebirth
11. The Death Plague
12. In this Life of Pain

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Megadeth, Unearth, Kingdom of Sorrow Slay Mayhem

The heatwave scorching the U.S. has been following the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival from shed to shed and leaned on Boston hard as the mercury hit 105 on the Comcast Center tarmac in Mansfield, Mass.

But that didn't stop me and 15,000 or so fellow headbangers from slipping on our black T-shirts and standing in the blistering sun for 10 hours to get our fill of the biggest metal tour of the summer.

Most people in Boston were in the shade, a pool, the beach or some sort of air conditioned locale, but legions of soaked fans stood on the red-hot concrete for hours watching their favorite bands pay them back in spades.

As if it weren't painful enough to just be outside, the Boston crowd didn't disappoint the bands as pit after massive pit opened up across the venue. By the time Jamey Jasta, Kirk Windstein and the rest of Kingdom of Sorrow ripped into "Enlightened to Extinction," the outdoor stage area was a sea of sweaty, swirling, sunburned bodies. With security hosing down the masses, Windstein was a riff machine and Jasta - one of the hardest working dudes in metal - was on point, as usual. More...

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All Shall Perish Streaming Entire New Album

Northern California extreme metal act All Shall Perish has teamed up with MetalSucks.net to stream the band’s upcoming fourth studio album, "This is Where it Ends," in its entirety. Head over to this location for an exclusive sneak preview of "This is Where it Ends" before it hits stores next week on July 26th through Nuclear Blast Records.

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Divine Illusion
2. There Is Nothing Left
3. Procession of Ashes
4. A Pure Evil
5. Embrace the Curse
6. Spineless
7. The Past Will Haunt Us Both
8. Royalty into Exile
9. My Retaliation
10. Rebirth
11. The Death Plague
12. In this Life of Pain

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All Shall Perish Posts Third Track Breakdown Video

Oakland, CA’s All Shall Perish has posted a third and final track-by-track video commentary of the band’s forthcoming release, "This is Where it Ends." Guitarists Ben Orum and Francesco Artusato, discuss the record’s final four tracks in the clip below. The second track-by-track video blog can be seen online here.

"This is Where it Ends," All Shall Perish’s fourth studio album, is slated to hit stores on July 26th through Nuclear Blast Records.

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All Shall Perish Comments On New Album

Northern California act All Shall Perish has posted a new video blog on YouTube, focusing on the creation of the forthcoming album "This is Where it Ends." Check out the clip below for commentary on the meaning behind the album’s title, the writing process, lyrical content, and more.

“(This is Where it Ends) is honestly our best material that we’ve ever put out,” states bassist, Mike Tiner.

“We truly put our heart and souls into it, and I feel like everybody was on the same page this time around,” adds vocalist, Eddie Hermida.

"This is Where it Ends," All Shall Perish’s fourth studio album, is slated to hit stores July 26th via Nuclear Blast Records.

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All Shall Perish Posts Second Track Breakdown

All Shall Perish has now posted a second video clip with Ben Orum and Francesco Artusato offering a breakdown of tracks five through eight of the new album "This is Where it Ends," which is set for release on July 26th (North America) and July 29th (Europe) through Nuclear Blast.

The previously posted first track breakdown video can be found here. In other recent All Shall Perish news, the band announced it will be offering All Shall Perish themed condoms with the album's pre-order "Party Tech Package" edition.

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All Shall Perish Offering Condoms With New Album

Oakland, California extreme metal act All Shall Perish has revealed details behind its latest pre-order package for its upcoming new album. The new full length, titled "This Is Where It Ends," is set for release on July 26, 2011 through Nuclear Blast Records and is available in various formats. The latest pre-order package, dubbed the "Party Tech Package" includes the following All Shall Perish items:

* official All Shall Perish "party tech" 34 oz. mug
* shot glass
* 5 All Shall Perish condoms
* "Party Tech" t-shirt
* Digipak edition of "This Is Where It Ends"

You can order the "Party Tech" package at this location.

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All Shall Perish Posts New Album Promo Clip

All Shall Perish has posted a new promo clip online for the band's upcoming album "This Is Where It Ends," which can be found below. The band also recently posted the first in a series of track-by-track breakdowns for the album. You can check out the track-by-track clip here.

"This is Where it Ends," All Shall Perish’s fourth full-length record, will be released on July 26th through Nuclear Blast Records. The album was recorded and mixed at Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland with producer Zack Ohren (Decrepit Birth, Suffocation), with album art being handled by Brent Elliott White (Death Angel, Job For A Cowboy, Whitechapel).

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All Shall Perish Posts Track-By-Track Commentary

Northern California-based heavy metal group "All Shall Perish" has posted a new video blog on YouTube, offering some exclusive commentary on the first four tracks of the band’s forthcoming release "This is Where it Ends." You can check out the video clip below.

"This is Where it Ends," All Shall Perish’s fourth full-length record, will hit stores on July 26th via Nuclear Blast Records. The album was recorded and mixed once again at Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland with producer Zack Ohren (Decrepit Birth, Suffocation), with album art being brought to life by Brent Elliott White (Death Angel, Job For A Cowboy, Whitechapel).

Two brand new tracks, “Divine Illusion” and “Procession of Ashes,” can also be streamed online at this location.

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All Shall Perish Posts New Song Online

Oakland, California metallers All Shall Perish have posted the song "Procession Of Ashes" online, which is from their upcoming album "This Is Where It Ends." Head over to this location to check out the new song.

All Shall Perish also recently participated in a live chat in which the band answered questions from fans. You can watch the clip here.

The new album "This Is Where It Ends" is set to drop on July 26th, 2011. The album was recorded and mixed once again at Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland with producer Zack Ohren (Decrepit Birth, Suffocation).

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