To Each His Own
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Below is our complete To Each His Own 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.
The newest addition to the Sumerian artist roster, City in the Sea, will embark on a headlining tour alongside To Each His Own this February.
Either see below or head over to the band's Facebook profile now to view the itinerary. Look for the band's debut offering to be released later this year.
2/15 San Diego, CA @ Soma (TEHO Headliner)
2/16 Mesa, AZ @ Nile
2/17 Bakersfield, CA @ Jerry's Pizza
2/18 West Hollywood. CA @ Whisky
2/19 Lancaster, CA @ Industry Theatre
2/20 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
2/21 Orangevale, CA @ Boardwalk
2/22 Medford, OR @ The Wreckroom
2/23 Boise, ID @ The Venue
2/24 Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
2/25 Spokane, WA @ The Hop
According to Michael Caine's character in the film, "The Dark Knight," some men just want to watch the world burn. In the world of heavy metal, that's kind of a cool line. Actually, that's a really cool line. It's not even that far from the truth for some bands. Some bands like to express their disenchantment with the world and how they'd like to snuff it out like a cigarette butt. Others like to reflect the world in their music, showing it for what it is without passing judgment. Some bands take it one step further and command that we change the world. Impending Doom is not one of them.
On the evening of July 6th, Impending Doom brought back to Nashville's Rocketown a different message: Change yourself. Disregard the world, because it will fail you. Some bands just want to tell you that the world will burn and you shouldn't be part of it. As it turns out, during my interview with vocalist Brook Reeves and some of the band before the show, Impending Doom is about as literal about that as can be. They were joined by fellow bands Within The Ruins, Erra, The Plot In You, and To Each His Own. More...