Cradle to Grave
From: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Last Known Status: Active
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Below is our complete Cradle to Grave 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.
Cradle To Grave has released a brand new digital EP entitled "Ice" available now through Year of the Sun Records.
The four track EP features the band's first new recording in five years as well as three previously unreleased tracks from the CTG vault. All the tracks have been remastered exclusively for this release by Matt Connell (Drudgery, Fuck The Facts, Exhumed). Stream the release below, or pick up your copy at Bandcamp here.
Guitarist Sasquatch had this to say about the new release: "We're excited to be putting out some brand new CTG as well as releasing some previously unreleased songs from the vault. The fans have definitely been patient waiting for it. There has been some changes in recent months within the band and we're looking forward to unleashing the newly revamped Cradle to Grave on everyone with our good friends at Year of the Sun. Metal it up people!"
"It's great to hear these tunes remastered and officially released," states Year of the Sun's C.F. Benner. "Like a lot of prolific bands, sometimes really good tunes unfortunately don't fit a particular record and they never see the light of day. When we got talking with Cradle about doing this project, we all felt that releasing tunes like 'Within Forever' and 'End Of My Life' would be really cool for fans who have followed the band over the years. If you're new to Cradle To Grave and you dig heavy metal with an old school vibe, I think you'll dig this release as well." More...
Vancouver metal band Fallen Decade, which features vocalist Greg Cavanagh (Cradle To Grave), have released a video for the track “The Smoke,” the first single from their debut album "Under No God." Check out the video below:
Canadian metal band CRADLE TO GRAVE has commenced work on their third studio album and follow-up to 2007’s "Texas Medicine." The band featuring Denis "Sasquatch" Barthe of Aggression and Matt Fowler of Assault/Karrion just completed pre-production with producer Clay Haluk (Infernal Majesty, Aggression) and has now entered Screen Machine Studios in Vancouver, BC. The new CRADLE TO GRAVE album is slated for an early 2010 release via Year of the Sun Records.
“Pre-production sessions for the new record were awesome!” states CRADLE TO GRAVE new bass player/singer Demon Mason. “It gave us the opportunity to make our material a little bit more in line with what Venom did with Welcome To Hell and Black Metal. We can't believe how this band sounds now and we are anxious to show it to the world. Oh and by the way, evil has no boundaries.”
Canadian metallers Cradle To Grave are currently streaming two unreleased songs online. The songs "Burn It All" and "Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo-Jump" can be heard on the band's MySpace page.
Vancouver based metallers Cradle To Grave recently recorded a cover version of the Nazareth song "Miss Misery" for a now defunct Nazareth tribute project, which was scheduled for release sometime in 2009. The track is now available for streaming at the band's MySpace page.
The all-covers Manny Charlton produced release was to celebrate Nazareth's career filled with exclusive recordings, rumored to include Metallica "Please Don't Judas Me" and Guns And Roses "Holy Roller" among others heavyweights. The project has now been shelved.
"Miss Misery" was recorded at Screen Machine Studios in Surrey, BC and mixed and mastered by Devin Townsend at his Black Cat Studio location. Mr. Townsend also contributed his vocal abilities to the track which also featured Papa Cass from Burning Churches on lead guitar.
Canadian metallers Cradle To Grave has announced the intial tour dates for their run of North America which will begin towards the end of this month.
The tour dates are as follows:
August 22 - Vancouver, BC @ The Cobalt
August 23 - Everett, WA @ Flights
August 24 - Tijuana, MX @ El Publieto
August 25 - Mexicali, MX @ El Diablo del Santo Domingo
August 26 - Escondido, MX @ La Cabana del Satanico
August 27 - Santa Monica, CA @ 14 Below
August 28 - Salem, OR @ Sapphire Grill
August 29 - Eugene, OR @ Samurai Duck
August 30 - Portland, OR @ The Red Room
August 31 - Seattle, WA @ The Comet Tavern
CRADLE TO GRAVE, the Vancouver, British Columbia-based band featuring ex-AGGRESSION guitarist Denis "Sasquatch" Barthe, has uploaded the songs "Broken God" and "Light", from the group's forthcoming album "Texas Medicine", due out March 18 on Year of the Sun Records. The songs are available online at the band's MySpace page.
"Texas Medicine" was recorded at Speaker Freaker Studios in Surrey, British Columbia. The album, which was mixed and mastered by Devin Townsend (LAMB OF GOD, DARKEST HOUR, GWAR), is described as "a unique mixture of crushing '80s hardcore crossover, high-velocity riffs, and a pummeling thrash metal attack. This huge sludgy slab of metal will fit into CD collections somewhere in between SUPERJOINT RITUAL and SLAYER."
CRADLE TO GRAVE, the Vancouver, British Columbia-based band featuring ex-AGGRESSION guitarist Denis "Sasquatch" Barthe, has posted the track "Five Years of Fire" on the group's MySpace page. The song is taken from the band's upcoming album, "Texas Medicine", which was mixed and mastered by Devin Townsend (LAMB OF GOD, DARKEST HOUR, GWAR) and will be released in early 2008 on Year of the Sun Records.
Commented Barthe: "As we sit down and listen to our new CD, we can't believe how much Devin Townsend's contribution made a huge difference. Devin is an awesome dude. We all clicked right away in good old Canadian metal fashion and we lighted up the sky together. What a rush." More...
Canadian heavy metal veterans Divinity recently announced the release of their highly anticipated upcoming CD "Allegory", due on July 28, 2007.
After rising to the top of Alberta's metal scene with 10 years experience, playing live with influential bands such as Into Eternity, Kataklysm and Cannibal Corpse and garnering a growing international fanbase, Divinity is determined to expose as many people as possible to the new material on "Allegory". The new CD was mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen, who has worked with the Haunted, Aborted, Threat Signal, and Mnemic. The vocals were recorded in one of Calgary's top studios, "The Beach."
Divinity's Canadian tour will run from late July to early September including dates in Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver. They will be sharing the stage with metal acts Blasphemy, Morterra, Exit Strategy, Unhuman, Cradle to Grave, and Entropia.
A preview of the new CD is available at Divinity's official website, as well as the band's myspace site. Two new MP3s, "Plasma" and "Induce" are currently up for download. Copies of "Allegory" can be pre-ordered via their website.
Divinitiy's Canadian tour dates are as follows: More...
Vancouver, B.C. metallers Cradle to Grave have signed a deal with New York-based label, Power Play Records. The band's first CD, entitled "CTG," was recorded at Turtle studios and is scheduled for release on September 21.