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Latest Haste the Day News

Below is our complete Haste the Day 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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Hellfest 2005 Announces Another 39 Bands

HELLFEST 2005, which takes place August 19th to the 21st in Trenton, NJ, has announced the next 39 bands out of the 188 total bands playing this year's festival (and they're still not done). Here are the latest additions:


Against Me!
A Love For Enemies
A Murder of Crows
Anorexic Beauty Queen
At All Cost
Between Walls
Boy Sets Fire
Burning Season
Calico System
Classic Case
Glass and Ashes
Haste The Day
I am Idaho
MC Goldie Wilson
None More Black
Norma Jean
Planes Mistaken for Stars
Smoke or Fire
Strike Anywhere
Summers End
Sworn Enemy
Beautiful Mistake, The
Unseen, The
Time Of Need
Triple Threat
When Tigers Fight


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More Dates Announced For Haste The Day

More dates have been announced for Haste The Day's run with Still Remains, Stretch Arm Strong and Kane Hodder, here are the latest:

July 26th Seattle, WA - El Corazon
August 03rd Cleveland, OH - Peabody's Downunder
August 06th Philadelphia, PA - Pontiac Grille
August 10th Jacksonville, FL - Thee Imperial
August 16th Houston, TX - Mary Jane's
August 22nd Bucksport, ME - The Kave<

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New Haste The Day Song Available Online

Haste The Day's new track "If I Could See" is now available online, check it out here. The song comes from the bands new album "When Everything Falls", which is due out through Solid State on June 28th. In other news, the band have begun to roll out dates for their upcoming tour with Still Remains, here's the schedule so far:

July 16th Fargo, ND - Billiard's
July 17th Iowa City, IA - Gabe's Oasis
July 20th St. Louis, MO - Creepy Crawl
July 21st Kansas City, MO - El Torreon
July 22nd Fayetteville, AR - The Music Hall
July 23rd Denver, CO - Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
July 24th Salt Lake City, UT - Lo-Fi Cafe
July 25th Denver, CO - Cervantes
July 29th Salinas, CA - Laguna Seca
July 30th Los Angeles, CA - Henry Ford Theatre (Feat. Good Riddance, Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
July 31st Tempe, AZ - The Clubhouse (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
August 02nd Memphis, TN - The Complex (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
August 08th Columbia, SC - New Brookland Tavern (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
August 09th Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
August 12th St. Petersburg, FL - State Theatre (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
August 17th Dallas, TX - Galaxy Club (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
August 19th Huntington, WV - HYAMP (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
August 26th College Park, MD - St. Andrews Church (Feat. Stretch Arm Strong, Kane Hodder)
More stops will be announced shortly.

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Haste The Day and Calico System Tour Dates

Haste The Day and Calico System will be hooking up for a run of dates in late-May and early-June. Here's the schedule:

5/18 Little Rock AR @ Vino's
5/19 Peoria IL @ East Peoria Legion Hall
5/20 Omaha NE @ Ranch Bowl
5/21 Sioux City SD @ Jefferson City Community Center
5/22 Rapid City SD @ Quality Inn
5/23 Colorado Springs CO @ Navajo Hogan
5/25 Cedar City UT @ the Boondocks
5/26 Lancaster CA @ Mr. Q's
5/29 Lake Havasu AZ @ Havasu Underground
5/30 Henderson NV @ Roadhouse Casino
6/1 Oklahoma City OK @ Green Room
6/2 Wichita KS @ Eagles Lodge
6/3 Springfield MO @ Nu Brew Coffee House
6/4 Bloomington IN @ Rhinos

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Extol Heading To The U.S.

Norway's Extol will be touring the U.S. throughout the summer in support of their brand new release, "The Blueprint Dives".

Here are the dates:

Apr. 20 - Coray Alumni Gym - Wheaton, IL
Apr. 22 - Ichthus Festival - Wilmore, KY
Apr. 24 - The Palladium - Worcester, MA (New England Metal and Hardcore Festival)

w/ Haste the Day, Embrace Today:

Apr. 26 - The Icon - Buffalo, NY
May 3 - Hyamp - Huntington, WV
May 4 - The Toneyard - Knoxville, TN
May 6 - The Complex - Memphis, TN

w/ Haste the Day, Dead to Fall, Twelve Tribes:

May 11 - The Imperial - Jacksonville, FL


May 13 - Cornerstone Festival - Orlando, FL
June 30 - Cornerstone Festival - Bushnell, IL (Tooth and Nail Day)
July 1 - Cornerstone Festival - Bushnell, IL
July 15 - Sonshine Festival - Willmar, MN

More dates will be announced.

Extol's brand new album, "The Blueprint Dives", will be released on May 3 through Century Media Records.

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Haste the Day Studio Update, Tour Dates

Haste The Day is nearing completion on their new album, with only vocals remaining. The band expects to wrap up in a few days and begin mixing later this month. The tentative release date is June 7th via Solid State Records. Various shows are also on the horizon for Haste the Day:

3/12 Columbus, OH @ Scarlet and Grey Cafe
3/13 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre
3/14 York, PA @ Spart's Den
4/15 Waverly, IA @ Wartburg College Players Theatre
4/16 Appleton, WI @ Met's House Concert Hall (Edgefest)
4/17 Ft. Wayne, IN @ Anchor Community Church
4/22 Worcester, MA @ New England Metal and Hardcore Fest
4/23 Wilmore, KY @ Ichthus Farm - Ichthus Festival
5/28 Del Mar, CA @ Del Mar Fairgrounds - Spirit West Coast
6/30 Bushnell, IL @ Cornerstone Festival
7/01 Bushnell, IL @ Cornerstone Festival

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Haste The Day Plan Next Album For 2005, Tour Dates

Haste The Day plan to record their next full length in February for Solid State. A release date is planned for 2005. Meanwhile the band will be out on tour with Martyr AD and Dead To Fall. Here are the tour dates: More...

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Christian Metalcore Bands Rock For Salvation

David Lindquist of IndyStar.com reports:

"On a recent Saturday night at the Emerson Theater, teenagers and twenty-somethings waited outside the door and around the corner of 10th Street and Bosart Avenue more than an hour before show time.

They sported black shirts, piercings and tattoos — the acknowledged wardrobe and accessories for fans of 'metalcore,' a musical style that bridges the gap between hardcore punk and heavy metal.

They were there to see four bands known for their messages of Christian salvation.

The sounds are brutal, and the sermons are subtle. A Christian metalcore concert has little in common with a tent revival or Gaither family 'Homecoming.' Here, the spirit can be taken or left alone.

'It's music,' says Mark LaFay, the show's promoter and manager of two bands on the bill — Carmel-based Hast the Day and Michigan's Still Remains. 'A lot of kids who are into this music don't really care where the band is coming from. They like to go to shows because they're fun and they want to mosh.'"

Read the full article at IndyStar.com.

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