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Latest Glass Casket News
Below is our complete Glass Casket 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.
Bloodjinn is currently finishing up the writing process for their new album, "Between Breaths," which is tentatively slated for an April 2009 release via Forsaken Recordings (the label owned by frontman Joel Collins). The recording and production will be a collaborative effort between band guitarist Kyle Odell at Attack Time Studios and Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me) at the Basement Studios. Mike D'Antonio of Killswitch Engage recently wrapped up the album art, while plans of guest appearances from Will Jackson (From A Second Story Window), Josh King (House Of Fools), Adam Cody (Glass Casket), among others, are being finalized.
Zero System has officially parted ways with vocalist Joel Collins as he has chosen to dedicate more time to his other band, Bloodjinn. The group has now added Glass Casket frontman Adam Cody to their line-up on vocals.
Although right now details are vague, it has been reported that Anything On Fire drummer Tripp Joye (who was also a former member of Glass Casket) was killed friday night (May 2nd) in an automobile accident in Winston-Salem, NC. Joye was just 25 years old.
Anything On Fire featuring the vocals of Adam Cody (vocalist of Century Media’s Glass Casket) has completed two songs with producer/engineer Jamie King (Through the Eyes of the Dead). Both songs will be released on an split EP with post-hardcore NC group Dead Eyes, out January 11th on Forsaken Recordings (Bleeding Through, Demon Hunter). Both songs include guest performances by Between the Buried and Me guitarist, Dustie Waring.
Anything On Fire is a band ten years in the making. Comprised of vocalist Adam Cody, bass player and backing vocalist Justin Reich, drummer Tripp Joye and guitarists Ben Lowe and John Vanderford, the band has been a concept only discussed but never formulated until a year ago. During high school Ben, Tripp and John were members of an industrial band called Trauma Victim. With the advent of college, Trauma Victim ended before its sound could mature. With Justin, Ben, and Tripp recently disbanding from the rock outfit Red Orchestra Radio and Adam on hold with Glass Casket while its core members played with Between the Buried and Me, their collective desire to play something different from what is out there has finally been put into action. Inspired by industrial bands like Skinny Puppy and KMDFM, with heavy influence from post hardcore legends like Botch, their new material is taking shape.
The band has a significant amount of material written, and plans on going back into the studio late 2008, along with a few tours in the works. You can check out one of their songs on the band's MySpace page.
Glass Casket have parted ways with guitarist Ian Tuten. According to the band, "This was not an easy decision for us to come to but it was more less in the best interests of both parties involved. Ian is an awesome dude and has been a part of this gig since day one. We're going to miss him bigtime and we wish him the best of luck with his future endevours." Tuten has subsequently been replaced by guitarist Jake Troth (Seneca, Desist). Meanwhile, the group has been writing material for their next Abacus Recordings release, which they expect to be available late this year.
Vehemence has announced that they will no longer be working with former From A Second Story Window vocalist, Sean Vandegrift, who was originally recruited by the band in January. According to the group, "We wish him the best of luck." Vehemence has now added Glass Casket vocalist Adam COdy to their line-up. COdy filled in for the band this past spring during the band's tour with The Red Death and Crematorium and is currently "working on lyrics and demoing some of [Vehemence's] new material."
Danzig and special guest Doyle have been confirmed as the Saturday headliner for the seventh annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, to be held Friday-Sunday, April 22-24 at the Palladium in Worcester, Mass.
In addition to the regular Danzig set, Doyle with join the band for a blistering 30-minute set of classic Misfits material. Danzig and Doyle have performed together just three times during Danzig’s recent tour – their first performances together in over 21 years.
Hatebreed, Unearth and Obituary will headline Friday night.
Saturday’s other headliners will include Chimaira and Cryptopsy.
Sunday’s headliners are King Diamond, Nile and Soilwork.
Also appearing are A Life Once Lost, All Shall Perish, All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Behemoth, Black Dahlia Murder, Blood Has Been Shed, Bury Your Dead, Dark Tranquility, Darkest Hour, Evergreen Terrace, Full Blown Chaos, Glass Casket, Hypocrisy, If Hope Dies, Internal Bleeding, Ion Dissonance, It Dies Today, Kylesa, Maroon, Misery Signals, Mnemic, Premonitions Of War, Pro-Pain, Red Chord, Reflux, Remembering Never, Scurvy, Sonata Arctica, Stemm, Strapping Young Lad, The Acacia Strain, The Agony Scene, The Esoteric, The Killing, The Minor Times, Throwdown, Trivium, Winter Solstice, and many more to be added.
Single day tickets are $35 per day. Three-day passes are $99. Tickets are on sale at all Strawberries Record Stores, online at tickets.com, or by calling tickets.com at (800) 477-6849.
New vocalist Sean Vandegrift will be unable to accompany Vehemence on their upcoming spring tours, so the group has recruited two temporary replacements. Bryan Edwards of Clifton will be performing with the band during their tour with Thine Eyes Bleed from March 21th through April 5th, while Glass Casket's Adam Cody will be touring with the group from April 8th through May 21st on their tour with Crematorium and The Red Death (except on April 23rd).
The organizers of the New England Metal And Hardcore Festival have announced most of the bands that will perform at this year's event, set to be held Friday-Sunday, April 22-24, 2005 at The Palladium in Worcester. The billing for the festival is shaping up as follows:
Friday, April 22, 2005 (doors open at 3:00 p.m.): More...
Between The Buried And Me have parted ways with bassist Kevin Falk and drummer Jason Roe. According to the group, "there's no bad blood between anyone, and we wish them all the best in the their future endeavors." BTBAM have subsequently added drummer Blake Richardson (Glass Casket) to their lineup, however no bassist replacement has been named yet. Meanwhile, the band recently began writing their next full-length for Victory Records. They plan to demo a new song, entitled "Alaska," in early February.
Beloved, who announced their break up last month, will play one final show this month. The show will take place on January 14th at the Millennium Center in Winston-Salem, NC. Other bands performing include Underoath, Glass Casket, and Classic Case.
Between the Buried and Me have officially filled the space left by former guitarist Shane Blay with Dustie Waring of Glass Casket. The band's reports that Glass Casket is still together and Dustie will continue in both bands.
On July 23rd, the Cannot Afford Hellfest Fest will be taking place at Captain Tees in Harrisonburg, VA. Tickets are $12 and the show begins at 7 PM. The following bands are slated to perform:
Between The Buried And Me
Scars Of Tomorrow
I Killed The Prom Queen