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Below is our complete Carcer City 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 cryptic collective of 5 that is Loathe just announced a run of U.K. shows in July with Liverpudlian metallers Carcer City.
Loathe's live shows have been said to be cryptic, un-nerving, and uncomfortable - a dark and sinister experience. The five piece is also due to announce some momentous news later this month, stay tuned for details.
22nd July – Liverpool, Bumper
23rd July – Kettering, Prince Of Wales
24th July – Swansea, The Scene
25th July – Exeter, The Cavern
26th July – Southampton, Joiners
27th July – Birmingham, The Flapper
28th July – Norwich, Owl Sanctuary
29th July – Sheffield, The Rocking Chair
30th July – Derby, The Hairy Dog
31st July – London, Black Heart
UK Tech Fest 7th – 11th July More...
Liverpool, UK’s Carcer City premieres a new song and music video for the title-track of the upcoming new album "Infinite/Unknown". The new effort will be out in stores September 16 via Attila frontman Chris Fronzak's label Stay Sick Recordings.
Check out now "Infinite/Unknown" below.
Carcer City has checked in with the following update about gearing up to record a new album:
"Mikefest was awesome! Great to see such a huge turnout in support of what is becoming an increasingly common issue with depression in young people.
"Lots of money raised so well done to everyone who came out! Great to catch up with our good friend Ian Taylor too, check out his pics over here!
"3 more shows left then we hit the studio to produce our next album, it's been a great year so far and we've only got more to come!
"Thanks for all the support from people coming to shows, buying our merch, sharing our music and spreading the word that we're back! Here's to the next chapter of Carcer City..." More...
Carcer City has a new lyric video out now for the "Perceptions" single, featuring guest vocals from Aaron Matts of Betraying The Martyrs (Sumerian Records) and produced by Shawn Christmas at Chango Studios (USA). Check it out below.
Carcer City has a new single coming out titled "Perceptions," which will feature a guest spot by Aaron Matts. The single is due out March 24th, 2014.
Carcer City will be performing at the U.K. Tech Fest this coming July. For details on that appearance and more info on Carcer City, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.
Carcer City has posted an official new video for "If We Make It Home," which is taken from the band's upcoming album "The Road Journals." Watch the new video clip below. "The Road Journals" will be released online as a free download this coming Monday, August 13th, 2012. Carcer City is:
Patrick Pinion - Vocals
Lewis Hughes - Guitar / Vocals
Steve Anderson - Bass
Ollie Graham - Drums
Owen Randles - Guitar