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Just days before the album is released worldwide via Magic Bullet Records, the new split 12" from Integrity and Power Trip has now come online for full streaming. Listen in below, and you can also find a full list of upcoming tour dates for both bands after the jump.
In one week, the split LP between Integrity and Power Trip will see release via Magic Bullet Records, and the label this week is letting the lead tracks from each band's half of the platter out of the cages.
Integrity's contribution is a retooled, remixed rendering of the 2010 Magic Bullet Records 7" "VVe Are the End." The Power Trip material culls two original tracks from a self-titled 7" on Lockin' Out Records, originally released in 2011.
Previously unheard prior, Integrity also contributes "Her Eyes Is Filled With ?tars," a unique cover of the bizarre song that Howdy (Crispin Glover) serenades Stephanie (Jenny Wright) with in the 1989 film "Twister." The cover song is exclusive to this split across all formats. More...
Magic Bullet Records presents a split release between Integrity and Power Trip, due out June 17th, 2016.
The release is semi-dual-reissue in nature, as Integrity's contribution is a retooled, remixed rendering of the 2010 Magic Bullet Records 7" "VVe Are the End." The Power Trip material culls the two original tracks from a self-titled 7" on Lockin' Out Records, originally released in 2011.
Previously unheard or released prior, Integrity also contributes "Her Eyes is Filled with ?tars," a unique cover of the bizarre song that Howdy (Crispin Glover) serenades Stephanie (Jenny Wright) with in the 1989 film Twister. The cover song is exclusive to this split across all formats.
Brand new artwork and layouts by Integrity's Dwid Hellion draws further cohesion between the bands on this one, as both physical formats feature a "co-headliner" visual presentation and a foldout poster containing all lyrics, credits, and additional original artwork. For vinyl fans, the first pressing is being issued on three color ways: black, clear, and red. Both sides are spun at 45rpm for maximum fidelity. The record will also see CD and full digital release.
1. VVe Are the End (Integrity)
2. Beneath Black Flames VVe Ride (Integrity)
3. Her Eyes is Filled with Stars (Integrity)
4. Divine Apprehension (Power Trip)
5. Suffer No Fool (Power Trip) More...
The initial lineup for Arizona's Southwest Terror Fest V: Houses Of The Unholy has been announced, as early bird tickets for the event have been made available this week.
For the fifth installation of the annual Southwest Terror Fest, this year's edition will once again overthrow Tucson, the 2016 installment of the annual gathering running from October 20th through 23rd.
Forty-five artists from across the U.S. and Canada care onverging on three stages, including venues 191 Toole, Club Congress, The Flycatcher, and Gary's Place. This first wave of announced bands features Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Infest, Nails, Power Trip, Final Conflict, Full Of Hell, Sumac, Kowloon Walled City, Khemmis, CHRCH, Behold! The Monolith, Theories, Wake, and The Drip.
The second wave of artists set to play Southwest Terror Fest V: Houses Of The Unholy will be announced April 18th, the same day VIP passes and individual tickets go on sale. More...
Chuck Loesch of 101 X, No Control Radio posted information on the metal bands appearing at South By South West 2016 (SXSW).
Wicked Bad Concerts/ at the Swan Dive FREE w/ RSVP
7:00pm - Smoky Mirror
8:00pm - The Dirty Seeds
9:00pm - Summit
10:00pm - Oddfellows
11:00pm - White Dog
12:00am - Black Tabs
7:30pm - Mountain Rag
8:30pm - Ladykiller
9:30pm - Foxmoor Express
10:30pm - Thunderkief
11:30pm - Orcanaut
7:15pm - Amplified Heat
8:15pm - Greenbeard
9:15pm - R.I.P.
10:15pm - Crypt Trip
11:15pm - Glitter Wizard
12:15am - The Great Electric Quest More...
Richmond, Virginia’s Lamb of God is one of the hardest working, best bands in metal. When I first caught the group open for Gwar on the “New American Gospel” sixteen years ago, I knew this band was destined for greatness. They were like a combination of Meshuggah and Pantera. I saw them as the next Pantera. Today, they really are continuing the tradition set down by Pantera and their rough grooves. Randy Blythe has a monstrous voice that, after tonight’s show, doesn’t seem to be losing any power.
In 2009, Lamb of God once again toured with Gwar. Even though this was a co-headliner tour, Gwar played before Lamb of God. Also this is not their first rodeo with Anthrax. Anthrax brought LOG on the road with them in 2001 . The wheel went full circle with the current tour with Anthrax. LOG toured with Anthrax early in their career as a support act. Now Anthrax supports them.
LOG has always brought a great package with them. I caught them in ‘2004 when they toured with Children of Bodom and headliner, Fear Factor. The best package, though, was opening for Cannibal Corpse, Dimmu Borgir and The Haunted. Of course, tonight’s package was nothing to complain about, other than Deafheaven. This was one of the most thrashing tours LOG has partaken in. Warming up the band were Big 4 thrashers, Anthrax (should have headlined) with a great, young thrash band, Dallas thrashers Power Trip. More...
Texas-based crossover outfit Power Trip premieres a new song and multi-camera live clip entitled "Waiting Around to Die. Power Trip hit the studio last month to record a new album with producer Arthur Rizk.
Check out now "Waiting Around to Die" below.
After dropping off an ongoing European tour with Children of Bodom due to concerns over terrorist attacks (and subsequently releasing a lengthy statement defending the decision), Lamb Of God now reveals more details on upcoming U.S. shows.
Lamb Of God recently announced an upcoming January/February 2016 U.S. headline tour featuring direct support from very special guests Anthrax. Today, the band is officially announcing the two opening guests on the tour, Deafheaven and Power Trip. The two bands, along with Anthrax, will support during the entire run beginning January 15 in Pittsburgh, PA.
Lamb Of God just added two new dates on this run: January 20 in Nashville, TN and January 26 in Sayreville, NJ.
1/15 Pittsburgh, PA@ Stage AE (Indoor)
1/16 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
1/17 Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
1/19 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
1/20 Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
1/22 Norfolk, VA @ Constant Convocation Center
1/23 New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
1/24 Wallingford, CT @ Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre
1/26 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
1/28 Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
1/29 Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
1/30 Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
1/31 Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
2/2 Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
2/4 Houston, TX @ Revention Music Center
2/5 Dallas, TX @ Bomb Factory
2/6 Corpus Christi, TX @ Concrete Street Pavilion
2/8 Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater
2/9 Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom
2/11 Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
2/12 Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
5/13 Council Bluffs, IA @ Westfair Amphitheater - OFF DATE - 89.7 The River's Rockfest (KIWR) More...
Texas-based ultra crossover outfit Power Trip has announced latest live invasions of the continent with two new bouts of stateside touring confirmed for the summer months.
Power Trip will take the unstoppable caravan to the East Coast to take part in this year's massive Philadelphia-based This Is Hardcore Fest on July 26th. This show begins a brutalizing tour alongside Foreseen HKI and Red Death with shows in Richmond, Raleigh, Washington DC, Boston, Warren, Brooklyn and Amityville through August 8th.
Just over a week later will see Power Trip on the opposite coast kicking off a California tour, with shows in San Francisco, Fresno, Bakersfield and Los Angeles between August 12th and 15th alongside the likes of Freedom, Fury and Unified Right. More...
Metal bands at SXSW and metal showcases have been released to the public. The Dirty Dog Bar is a major player at this year's festivities. Both Metalsucks.net's South By South Death and Metal Injection's showcases will take place in this venue. Saturday offers three big shows and a chance to see some bands such as The Skull and Goatsnake twice. More...
Since the 2013 release of debut LP "Manifest Decimation" on Southern Lord Recordings, the Texas maniacs from Power Trip have toured incessantly.
The ongoing attack will continue into 2015, as the band just announced a new rash of U.S. tour dates in February and March.
First up, closing a crushing 2014 tour schedule down, Power Trip will bring mayhem to the Fern Park, Florida-based FYA Fest on December 27th and 28th. From February 23rd through 25th, the band will raid three Texan towns alongside S.H.I.T. Then on March 3rd, Power Trip gets underway with a three-week run through the Midwest and West Coast states, set to conclude at South By So What?! 2015 Festival in Grand Prairie, Texas, on select dates joining Build And Destroy, Title Fight, and Merchandise.
But as always with these road animals, more dates will undoubtedly be announced in the coming weeks. More...
Twenty years ago, I remarked that if you went to a concert and didn't have bruises the next day, you didn't have a good time. I don't experience shows the same way now, but my former words live on in the crowd at the Mohawk in Austin, Texas. From massive circle pits to stage and even PA diving, many on the floor surely awoke on Saturday with lumpy, bluish marks on their bodies. Whether it's grindcore, power violence, crossover, hardcore or just plain ole' punk rock, Austin has an affinity for punk-related bands. So when Transmission Events and Red Bull brought in Municipal Waste and Power Trip for a mesely $3 (with RSVP, without the show was $10), you could expect nothing less than a packed house of rowdy punks a metal heads. More...
Having been on the road relentlessly all year, Texas crossover outfit Power Trip continues to announce new live actions, with another round of tour dates now confirmed for the months ahead.
Power Trip's latest wave of shows will begin mid-May, as the band is now confirmed to take part in the annual Scion Rock Fest in Pomona, California on May 17th. The following day the band will find itself on the opposite end of the country to rip it up at the 2014 installment of the Black N' Blue Bowl in Brooklyn, New York.
June and July will see Power Trip invading Calgary, Alberta's five-day Sled Island Music Festival as well as This Is Hardcore Fest in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Additional appearances all the way into September have also been confirmed, and more shows will continually be added to the band's upcoming itinerary. More...
Just For Fun
Steve Goldbloom, a reporter for PBS, is shown being throttled in the pit during a live broadcast at Pitchfork's Show No Mercy showcase at SXSW held at Mohawk. When the news caster goes live for a report, this reporter can't quite find his balance to give the scoop. He makes the mistake of trying to do something other than smash into other metal heads during this performance by a thrashing mad, Power Trip band. Watch the video embedded below. More...
South By Southwest (SXSW) has successfully kicked off another year of conferences, showcases and events. By now, thousands of badge and wrist band wearers have consumed hundreds of film premieres and attended conferences on the latest innovations in the fields of interactive technology and education. Now it's time to pump up the volume and flip a middle finger at mainstream music as we descend into the festival's music segment. This year reveals a full week of metallic offerings. Check below for a listing of metal themed official showcases (times and card may be subject to change). More...
The full two-day itinerary for the massive tenth installment of A389 Recordings' annual label Bash in Baltimore, Maryland is now finalized, as the stellar gathering is now just over one month away. Sponsored by Invisible Oranges, the Bash will see A389 turning a decade old, with the massive melee to be held on January 17th and 18th, 2014.
The newest and final show of the two-day massacre has just been confirmed, with the declaration of a second Sideshow, confirmed to lead off the festivities Thursday, January 16th. The newly locked gig will showcase Pharaoh, Occultist, Ampallang Infection, Frightened Teeth (Members of Frightener and Pulling Teeth playing Frightener songs) and headliners, Ringworm.
The full lineup and running order for both days can be found below, including exclusive performances from All Out War, Infest and Haymaker, a one-time Bloodlet reunion set, the exclusive one time performance from Intergrity's "Systems Overload" lineup -- the first in over twenty years -- Full Of Hell, Noisem, Empire Of Rats, Iron Reagan, Power Trip, Ilsa Weekend Nachos, and more.
Thursday, January 16th @ Sidebar Tavern:
Ringworm / Frightened Teeth / Pharaoh / Occultist / Ampallang Infection
Friday, January 17th @ Baltimore Soundstage:
Infest / Haymaker / In Cold Blood / Full Of Hell / Iron Reagan / Sex Prisoner / Jarhead Fertilizer
Saturday, January, 18th @ Sidebar Tavern [Matinee]:
Ilsa / Like Rats / Sick/Tired / Sokushinbutsu
Saturday, January 18th @ Baltimore Soundstage:
Integrity / All Out War / Bloodlet / Weekend Nachos / Noisem / Power Trip / Pick Your Side / Homewrecker / Empire Of Rats More...
After the release of "Manifest Decimation" and following a North American tour with Terror, Texas crossover squad Power Trip will headline Houston's annual Fallcore Fest alongside Die Young, Will To Live, Ivy League and a pile of others this Saturday, December 7th.
Just a week later Power Trip heads out to Colorado for the first Denver Black Sky gathering on December 14th, joining the pulverizing lineup of Dying Fetus, Ghoul, Exhumed, Skinless, Mammoth Grinder, Weekend Nachos, Iron Reagan, Primitive Man and others at the all-day barrage.
From there Power Trip plows through the Southeastern states with new shows in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia and Alabama through December 23rd, touring with Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan and Windhand throughout the trek. Catch the band live:
12/07/2013 Walter's - Houston, TX @ Fallcore Festival
12/14/2013 Gothic Theater - Denver, CO @ Denver Black Sky Festival
12/15/2013 The Conservatory - Oklahoma City, OK w/ Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan, Windhand
12/16/2013 Club Dada - Dallas, TX w/ Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan, Windhand
12/17/2013 Red 7 - Austin, TX w/ Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan, Windhand
12/18/2013 Siberia - New Orleans, LA w/ Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan
12/19/2013 Epic Problem - Tampa, FL w/ Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan
12/20/2013 Talent Farm - Pembroke Pines, FL w/ Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan
12/21/2013 The Atlantic - Gainesville, FL w/ Mammoth Grinder, Iron Reagan
12/22/2013 Drunken Unicorn - Atlanta, GA w/ Mammoth Grinder
12/23/2013 The Forge - Birmingham, AL w/ Mammoth Grinder
1/15/2014 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY
1/16/2014 The Waterfront Tavern - Holyoke, MA
1/17/2014 Kung Fu Necktie - Philadelphia, PA
1/18/2014 Baltimore Sound Stage - Baltimore, MD @ A389 X Bash
Texas powerhouse crossover outfit Power Trip has been confirmed to take part in a new hardcore tour this Fall.
Beginning October 4th, Power Trip will provide support for LA hardcore kingpins Terror on a North American headlining tour, the trek to forge a brutal clockwise path in North America all month. Throughout the trek additional acts including Fucked Up, Counterparts, Vehement Serenade and more will provide additional support, including Code Orange Kids on the majority of the dates.
The following press release was also issued about the band: "Surging with a modernized translation of the works of mandatory crossover pioneers Nuclear Assault, the Cro-Mags and Leeway, Manifest Decimation hurtles Power Trip's 'steel, speed and destruction' ethos direct at the jugular with thirty-five minutes of crossover intensity that sounds like it was excavated from a 1987 time capsule with sixteen tons of radioactive dynamite. With nearly thirty-five minutes of thrashing violence, recorded by Arthur Rizk and Daniel Schmuck and produced, mixed, and mastered by Arthur Rizk at Solomon's Gate in Philadelphia, Manifest Decimation wages war on all in its earshot, much like the Power Trip name has become synonymous with in the wake of their rabid live shows."
See Power Trip live on these dates: More...
Terror's Canadian hardcore label-mates Counterparts have been added to the second leg of the tour with Power Trip and Code Orange Kids.
Victory Records comments: "Playing tracks from their new albums, Terror and Counterparts will prove their spitting aggression translates to an unrivaled on-stage delivery that will remind you what hardcore is all about."
Catch Terror live: More...
Terror will be hitting the road with Fucked Up, Power Trip, and Code Orange Kids this fall. Starting October 4th in Mesa, AZ, watch Terror deliver hit after hit, including songs from latest album, "Live By The Code." The band's upcoming tour dates are as follows:
w/ All Stars Tour
8/06 – Albuquerque, NM @ Gasworks
8/08 – Dallas, TX @ The Door
8/09 – San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
8/10 – Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
8/12 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
8/13 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre
8/14 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Filmore
8/15 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
8/16 – Reading, PA @ Reverb
8/17 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre More...