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From: Buffalo, NY, United States
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Below is our complete It Dies Today 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.
MACHINE HEAD will be embarking on a monster North American headlining tour this May in support of their current release, "Through the Ashes of Empires", as well as their upcoming live DVD. The month-long "States Turn Blue To Gray" tour will feature fellow Roadrunner Records artists DEVILDRIVER, Century Media recording artists THE HAUNTED and Trustkill recording artists IT DIES TODAY. Scheduled to set sail the first week of May, immediately following MACHINE HEAD's stint on a Midwest portion of LAMB OF GOD dates, the "States Turn Blue To Gray" tour will continue into the first week of June, hitting major markets throughout the United States and Canada. Specifics for all dates will be posted here at MachineHead1.com as they become available.
Here are MACHINE HEAD's confirmed upcoming dates with more dates TBA:
with THE DARKNESS, SEPULTURA, NERVECELL:
March 25 - Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Dubai Country Club
with LAMB OF GOD, TWELVE TRIBES (LOG headlines, MH direct support, TT opens):
May 2 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
May 3 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
May 4 - TBA, PA @ TBA
It Dies Today are out with the video to their new single 'A Threnody For Modern Romance'. You can watch it online at Yahoo! Music.
Twelve Tribes will be joining It Dies Today, If Hope Dies, Anterrabae and Winter Solstice on the road between February 10th and March 02nd, before embarking on a run with Since The Flood, The Acacia Strain and Winter Solstice that kicks off on March 18th running through March 29th. Dates and venues for both treks are as follows:
February 10th West Dundee, Illinois Clearwater Theater
February 11th Freeport, Illinois Freeport Convention Center
February 12th Louisville, Kentucky Union Station
February 13th Burns Harbor, Indiana Westport Community Club
February 14th Detroit, Michigan Alvin's
February 15th Johnstown, Pennsylvania Ace's Lounge
February 16th Binghamton, New yYork Club Ranelles
February 17th Portland, Maine The Station
February 18th Poughkeepsie, New York The Chance
February 19th Montclair, New Jersey Bloomfield Avenue Cafe & Stage
February 20th New York City, New York CBGB's
February 21st Farmingdale, New York The Downtown
February 22nd Fredericksburg, Virginia KC's
February 23rd Charlotte, North Carolina The Casbah
February 24th West Columbia, South Carolina New Brookland Tavern
February 25th Atlanta, Georgia The Masquerade
February 26th Jacksonville, Florida Thee Imperial
February 27th Orlando, Florida Back Booth
February 28th Tampa, Florida The Orpheum
March 01st Tallahassee, Florida Big Daddy's
March 02nd Augusta, Georgia Jam's
March 18th Denver, Colorado Climax Lounge
March 19th Midvale, Utah The Circuit
March 21st Orangevale, California Boardwalk (feat. HOODS)
March 22nd San Francisco, California The Pound
March 23rd West Hollywood, California The Whisky
March 24th Corona, California Showcase Theatre
March 26th El Paso, Texas House Of Rock N' Roll (feat. HOODS)
March 27th Austin, Texas The Backroom (feat. HOODS)
March 29th Fayetteville, Arkansas The Music Hall (feat. HOODS)
This year's New England Metal And Hardcore Festival will take place April 22-24 and will feature none other than Bleeding Through, Throwdown, Walls Of Jericho, Terror, Most Precious Blood, It Dies Today, amongst others. Get the full list here
This March, God Forbid will begin their final round of touring in support of their critically acclaimed and highly successful "Gone Forever" album. The band will first serve as direct support to Soulfly for a string of East Coast dates, followed by a headlining stint in the U.K. This will lead immediately into their first U.S. headlining tour, which also features Caliban, It Dies Today and Full Blown Chaos. The four-week trek, which runs through April, includes a stop at the esteemed New England Metal And Hardcore Fest.
The group will proceed to enter the studio in May to begin recording their highly anticipated new album, "IV:Constitution Of Treason," with Jason Suecof (Trivium) at Audiohammer Studios and Eric Rachel (Atreyu, Dillinger Escape Plan) at Trax East. The album is tentatively set for a fall 2005 release.
Doc Coyle (guitars, vocals) checks in with the following report: More...
It Dies Today have confirmed a tour God Forbid, and special guests Caliban and Full Blown Chaos. The tour will run through the whole month of April into beginning of May and will hit New England Metalfest. In other news, IDT will be recording a cover of Depeche Mode's "Enjoy The Silence" next week for.... no reason. Just for fun, because they can. Maybe you'll hear it soon, stay tuned.
The Bamboozle 2005 will be taking place April 29, April 30, and May 1st at the Convention Hall in Asbury Park, NJ. Tickets are $82 for all three days or $29 for a single day. The bill seems very mixed, but there are a number of heavy bands on the bill as well. Here's the lineup: More...
Dates have been announced for March's Throwdown, The Chariot, It Dies Today, and Cold War tour. The tour dates so far are as folows:
3/3 New Haven CT @ Toad's Place
3/4 New York NY @ Knitting Factory
3/5 Albany NY @ Saratoga Winners
3/6 Syracuse NY @ The Furnace
3/7 Cleveland OH @ Agora Ballroom
3/8 Detroit MI @ Shelter at St. Andrews
3/9 Indianapolis IN @ Bubbas Bowling
3/10 Milwaukee WI @ Rave 2
3/11 West Dundee IL @ Clearwater Theater
3/12 St. Louis MO @ Creepy Crawl
3/13 Kansas City MO @ El Torreon
3/14 Denver CO @ Rock Island
3/16 Las Vegas NV @ Roadhouse Casino
3/17 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
3/18 Los Angeles CA @ Whisky A Go Go
The organizers of the New England Metal And Hardcore Festival have announced most of the bands that will perform at this year's event, set to be held Friday-Sunday, April 22-24, 2005 at The Palladium in Worcester. The billing for the festival is shaping up as follows:
Friday, April 22, 2005 (doors open at 3:00 p.m.): More...
The brand new video from IT DIES TODAY for their song "A Threnody For Modern Romance" is now out. The song comes off their debut album "The Caitiff Choir" out now. Click here to watch the video in streaming QuickTime. There's also an It Dies Today 2 Song E-Card here.
The video was shot by director Darren Doane in Los Angeles this past fall while the band was on tour with labelmates Bleeding Through and Walls Of Jericho. Make sure to check out IDT in January and February with All That Remains, Trivium, Anterrabae, 12 Tribes, and more.
It Dies Today Tourdates: More...
All That Remains, The Acacia Strain, It Dies Today and Trivium will be touring together in January, dates and venues will be announced shortly.
The upcoming Eighteen Visions, Remembering Never, Boys Night Out, and It Dies Today tour has been cancelled. The U.S. tour was to run from November 6th until December 10th, but has been scrapped now that Eighteen Visions "got an awesome opportunity for a massive tour in Europe." Instead, Remembering Never will now co-headline a U.S. tour with Most Precious Blood, with support from Dead To Fall and It Dies Today. Dates will span late-November to late-December. Meanwhile, Boys Night Out will tour the U.S. during the same time period with Emery and From First To Last.
On the September 11th episode of Headbangers Ball, Jamey Jasta announced the line-up for the third MTV2 sponsored tour. Lo and behold, Bleeding Through will be direct support for headliners Cradle Of Filth along with Arch Enemy and with Himsa supporting. The tour will start this November after Bleeding Through's headlining national tour w/ Walls Of Jericho, Martyr AD and It Dies Today. Speaking to the group in the midst of their second week off since finishing Ozzfest, vocalist Brandan Schiepatti admitted he was bored with off-road life and couldn't wait for the upcoming shows. This is among the longest off time the group has had in a year since the release of their Trustkill Records album "This Is Love, This Is Murderous" in that space touring with AFI, Atretyu, Soilwork, Dimmu Borgir, The Haunted, Sick Of It All, and Ozzfest.
Another workaholic, Marta, the statuesque keyboard player was invited by AFI to perform with them on the MTV Icon program honoring legendary mope-rockers, The Cure. Filming in London, Marta will join Davey Havok & Co to cover "Just Like Heaven" which will be broadcast on MTV in the near future appearing alongside artists such as The Deftones and being introduced to the stage by Marilyn Manson. Cementing their stature as a modern day titan of music, Bleeding Through have been named as one of eight bands ushering in the "Future of Metal" by Revolver Magazine for their Sept issue. This weighty accolade follows the previous declarations that Bleeding Through is the "Next Big Thing" by Spin Magazine (Feb) and a "Band You Need To Know" - Alternative Press (Jan). The group have also been featured guests on MTV2's Headbangers Ball, FuseTV's Uranium and Inside Edition w/ Deborah Norville. More...
Bleeding Through will be hitting the road this fall for a full US tour with Walls Of Jericho, Martyr AD and It Dies Today in tow. The first dates announced are as follows:
October 09th Ft. Collins, CO - Starlight
October 10th Denver, CO - Rock Island
Roses Are Red and It Dies Today , hailing from Rochester, NY, and Buffalo, NY, respectively, drop their debut albums for Trustkill September 21, 2004. Trustkill has launched E-Cards and preordering for these records, check out:
Each E-Card has two songs you can preview in their entirety, as well as check out tourdates for each band, weblinks, etc. You can also preorder BOTH albums for only $20 right here. Roses Are Red and It Dies Today will be out on the road all Summer and Fall, and will be on tour together this month, check dates here.