Band Photo: Evergreen Terrace (?)
From: Jacksonville, FL, United States
Last Known Status: Active
Evergreen Terrace is a 5 piece melodic hardcore band out of Jacksonville, Florida. The band consists of Andrew Carey on vocals, Craig Chaney on guitar and backing vocals, Jason Southwell on bass, Christopher Brown on drums and Joshua James on guitar.
Evergreen Terrace's sound is brutal yet mixed with passion, melody, and heavy breakdowns and has been compared to the likes of Poison The Well, 18 Visions, Indecision and even Metallica. Evergreen Terrace released two full-length albums and one split e.p. in their frist 4 years. Following their reputation for intense live shows, a word of mouth helped Evergreen Terrace rise to the forefront of the underground hardcore scene as have supporting slots with other established bands such as Every Time I Die and Norma Jean.
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Evergreen Terrace has released a new music video for the track "Dead Horses," which can be seen in the YouTube clip below.
The single can be found on the band's latest release, also entitled "Dead Horses," released this past December via Rise Records. You can pick up the album at iTunes here.
Monster Energy's Welcome To Rockville triumphantly returns to Jacksonville, Florida's scenic Metropolitan Park along the St. Johns River April 26th and 27th.
Full details can be found at the festival's website, and the initial daily band lineup for Monster Energy's Welcome To Rockville is as follows (with more to be announced):
Saturday, April 26
Memphis May Fire
We Came As Romans
Middle Class Rut
Devour The Day
We As Human
Ernie Ball Battle Of The Bands winner More...
The Arrs will be taking part in the "Persistence" tour with Suicidal Tendencies, Terror, Strife, and Evergreen Terrace this coming January. A teaser trailer is available below, and dates for the trek are as follows:
16.01. Berlin -- Astra (DE)
17.01. Saarbrücken -- Garage (DE)
18.01. Oberhausen -- Turbinenhalle (DE)
19.01. Deinze -- Brielpoort (BE)
20.01. Paris -- Bataclan (FR)
21.01. Wiesbaden -- Schlachthof (DE)
22.01. Solothurn -- Kofmehl (CH)
23.01. München -- Backstage (DE)
24.01. Hamburg -- Grosse Feriheit 36 (DE)
25.01. Dresden -- Event Werk (DE)
26.01. Tilburg -- O13 (NL) More...
Evergreen Terrace guitarist and founding member Josh James has announced that he will leave Evergreen Terrace to continue playing full time with Stick To Your Guns.
"In 1999, a few friends and I started Evergreen Terrace. The band has been a huge part of my life, but it's time for me to move on," James said. "Earlier this year, I joined Stick To Your Guns, and I couldn't be more stoked. It's been a natural and exciting progression for me. I really believe in the band and the message. Thanks to everyone who has supported me and Evergreen throughout the years. I'm leaving with some great memories. I wish ET the best of luck and hope to see you all at a STYG show."
The upcoming Stick To Your Guns tour dates are as follows:
8/22 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
8/23 - Metairie, LA @ The Cypress*
8/24 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues
8/25 - San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
8/26 - Dallas, TX @ The Palladium
8/27 - Mission, TX @ Pharr Events Center
8/28 - Midland, TX @ The Pine Box
8/29 - Albuquerque, MN @ Launch Pad
8/30 - Rancho Cucamonga, CA @ The Nitty Gritty
Melodic hardcore act Evergreen Terrace will soon be returning to Europe for a summer tour, with support from Stick To Your Guns.
Comments guitarist Josh James: "Going to Europe is like Christmas morning - you never know what's going to happen but you know it's going to be awesome and better than what you already have. It's refreshing to leave our own country and go to so many countries in Europe that really are dedicated to the music they love. Our good friends in Stick To Your Guns are coming over with us this Summer so make sure to show them a killer time, if you haven't heard STYG then get ready to be blown away, this will definitely be a memorable ET tour! See you at the pit, the bar or in the streets."
09/06/12 – DE – Münster – Vainstream *
10/06/12 – NL – Arnhem – The Stage
11/06/12 – DE – Wiesbaden – Alter Schlachthof
12/06/12 – DE – Siegen – Vortex
13/06/12 – DE – Rostock – Alte Zuckerfabrik
15/06/12 – DE – Sulingen – Reload Festival *
16/06/12 – DE – Montabaur – Mair1 Festival
17/06/12 – FR – Clisson – Hellfest *
18/06/12 – DE – Stuttgart – 1210
19/06/12 – DE – Weinheim – Cafe Central
20/06/12 – IT – Massa – Swamp Club
21/06/12 – IT – Comacchio (FE) – Voodoo Club
22/06/12 – CH – Basel – Sommercasino
23/06/12 – DE – Trier – Summerblast Festival
24/06/12 – DE – München – Backstage
25/06/12 – AT – Hollabrunn – Alter Schlachthof
26/06/12 – DE – Marburg – KFZ
27/06/12 – DE – Hannover – Bei Chéz Heinz
28/06/12 – DE – Hamburg – Headcrash
29/06/12 – DE – Köln – MTC
30/06/12 – DE - Rojtzschjora – With Full Force Festival
* = without STICK TO YOUR GUNS
Evergreen Terrace has recently announced that the band will be playing a string of dates across Florida with several other Florida-based acts in tow. Florida is passed over by a lot of tours, so the band decided to play shows specifically for home state fans. Guitarist Josh James explains further:
"It's strange to think that even though we tour 9 months out of the year we rarely get to play Florida. This state has a great scene, amazing bands and mostly importantly it's our home. In early December we will head out for a weekend trip with our friends Casey Jones and Boys No Good to explore some of these scenes and to catch some great local bands. Later in the month we will be participating in Jack Rabbit's infamous 12 Days of Christmas event in Jacksonville. It's been almost a year since we've played our hometown. The show has an amazing lineup featuring Kids Like Us, His Name Was Iron, a rad band from Tallahassee called Livid and a new local Jacksonville band called Atlas. Remember, the best way to support your scene is by attending local shows and supporting not only touring bands but local ones as well. We look forward to seeing old and new faces at these shows and closing out 2011 in a memorable way."
The band's upcoming tour dates are as follows:
12/8 - Tallahassee, FL @ The Engine Room
12/9 - Tampa, FL @ Transitions
12/10 - Cocoa, FL @ The 321 Local
12/11 - Lake Worth, FL @ The Speak Easy
12/30 - Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits More...
Bury Your Dead has revealed the dates for its forthcoming headline tour of the United States. Support on the trek is set to come from Evergreen Terrace, For The Fallen Dreams, In The Midst Of Lions, Thick As Blood, Hundredth, Betrayal and Murder Death Kill. You can view the full list of dates, cities, and venues below.
06/28 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
06/29 Cleveland, OH – Peabody’s
06/30 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
07/01 Dayton, OH – The Attic
07/02 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
07/03 St Paul, MN – Station 4
07/05 Chicago, IL – TBA
07/06 Cedar Falls, IA – TBA
07/08 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
07/09 Dallas, TX – Fat Daddy’s
07/10 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
07/11 San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit
07/12 El Paso, TX – Club 101
07/13 Tucson, AZ – Skrappy’s
07/14 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
07/15 San Diego, CA – Soma
07/16 Lancaster, CA – Pioneer Event Center
07/17 Pomona, CA – Glasshouse
07/19 Oakland, CA – Oakland Metro
07/21 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
07/22 Boise, ID – The Venue
07/23 Salt Lake City, UT – TBA
07/24 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
07/25 Omaha, NE – Sokol Underground
07/27 Huntington, WV – Big Sandy Supercenter
07/28 Augusta, GA – Sector 7G
07/29 Charleston, SC – Oasis
07/30 Douglasville, GA – The 7 Venue
07/31 Springfield, VA – Jaxx
08/01 Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock
American metalcore act Unearth has revealed the dates for its upcoming headline tour of Europe. The tour, dubbed the "Hell On Earth Tour," will also features appearances from Evergreen Terrace, Bane, Nasty and Casey Jones with more bands expected to be added at a later date. You can view the currently announced list of dates, cities and venues below.
08/26 Jena, GER – F-Haus
08/27 Koln, GER – Essigfabrik
08/28 Hilversum, NET – Podium De Vorstin
09/02 Derby, UK – Derby Redemption
09/03 Lunen, GER – Rock im Loch Festival
09/04 Antwerpen, BEL – Trix Zaal
09/05 Hannover, GER – Faust
09/06 Hamburg, GER – Markthalle
09/07 Copenhagen, DEN – The Rock
09/08 Kassel, GER – Hot Spot
09/09 Saarbrucken, GER – Garage
09/10 Stuttgart, GER – LKA
09/11 Wil, SWI – Gare de Lion
09/12 Munchen, GER – Werk
09/13 Graz, AUT – Explosiv
09/14 Spittal An Der Drau, AUT – Statsaal
09/15 Prague, CZE – Abaton
09/16 Leipzig, GER – Conne Island
09/17 Berlin, GER – SO 36
09/19 Worgl, AUT – Komma
09/20 Heidelberg, GER – Hallo 02
The "Reckless and Relentless" tour, featuring headliner Asking Alexandria, is rolling forward despite being banned from Nashville venue Rocketown, and rolled right through The Cannery after a quick re-scheduling. The night of April 12th saw a flock of younger audiences out for the 6pm show, with an average age of about 16 years old. Unlike most other Nashville metal shows, they didn’t allow drinking and had thorough pat-downs at the doors. Nevertheless, the crowd sure looked like they had a good time. The bands backing Asking Alexandria were Chiodos, Emmure, Evergreen Terrace, Miss May I, and Lower Than Atlantis.
The lineups have been announced for the upcoming SXSW music showcases that will be occurring between March 16th - March 19th. Details are as follows:
Wednesday, March 16th
Brooklyn Vegan Day Party
12:20 The Roller
1:55 The Secret
2:40 Ken Mode
3:30 Dax Riggs
4:20 Trash Talk
Thursday, March 17th
Thrasher/Impose Day Party
Venue: Scoot Inn [Outside Stage]
5:00pm - Trash Talk
4:00pm - Weedeater
3:00pm - Zoroaster
2:00pm - Liturgy
1:00pm - The Body
Full Metal Texas / BrooklynVegan Stage
Venue: Emo's [Inside Stage]
5:00pm - YOB
4:05pm - Trap Them
3:10pm - Hull
2:20pm - Kverlertak
1:35pm - Rwake
12:50pm - All Pigs Must Die
12:05pm - Goes Cube More...
As Third String Productions enters a 7th year of promoting festivals in North Texas, the organization has teamed up with Sumerian Records to present the 2011 South By So What?! music festival. South By So What?! began in 2007 as a multi-stage music festival showcasing the majority of the all-ages bands that would be making the trek to SXSW. This year's festival will be held at The Palladium Ballroom in Dallas, TX on Saturday, March 19th and headlined by Sumerian artist Asking Alexandria.
The support acts include: Emmure, Whitechapel, Enter Shikari, Dance Gavin Dance, The Faceless, The Acacia Strain, Chiodos, Veil of Maya, Animals As Leaders, the recently reunited Gatsby's American Dream, Iwrestledabearonce, Miss May I, Chelsea Grin, Evergreen Terrace, Kill Matriarch, T-Mills, Lower Than Atlantis, Of Mice & Men, In Fear And Faith, I Set My Friends On Fire, Sleeping With Sirens, Upon A Burning Body, Abandon All Ships, Woe Is Me, The Color Morale, I Declare War, For All Those Sleeping, Just Like Vinyl, Close To Home, The Amity Affliction, and more still to be announced.
For additional details on the festival check out this location.
Melodic deathcore act Asking Alexandria has revealed the dates for its forthcoming headline tour of North America. Support on the trek will come from Emmure, Chiodos, Miss May I, Evergreen Terrace and Lower Than Atlantis. You can view the full list of dates, cities and venues for the "Reckless And Relentless Tour" below:
03/11 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
03/12 Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock
03/13 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
03/14 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
03/16 McAllen, TX – Las Palmas Racepark (“Never Say Never Festival“)
03/17 Austin, TX – SXSW
03/18 Austin, TX – SXSW
03/19 Dallas, TX – The Palladium (“South By So What Fest“)
03/21 El Paso, TX – Club 101
03/22 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theatre
03/24 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
03/25 Pomona, CA – Fox Theatre
03/26 Las Vegas, NV – Extreme Thing Festival
03/27 Reno, NV – Knitting Factory
03/28 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
03/29 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
03/30 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
04/01 Calgary, AB – MacHall Ballroom (University of Calgary)
04/02 Edmonton, AB – Avenue Theatre
04/04 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
04/05 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
04/06 Omaha, NE – Sokol Underground
04/09 Toledo, OH – The Jamboree
04/10 Louisville, KY – Expo Five
04/12 Nashville, TN – Rockettown
04/13 Birmingham, AL – Zydeco
04/15 Greensboro, NC – Greene St
04/16 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
04/17 Albany, NY – Northern Lights
Jacksonville, FL's Evergreen Terrace has scheduled a show in the band's hometown on December 26th, 2010. The show will take place at Jack Rabbit's and Evergreen Terrace is set to perform the "Writer's Block" album in its entirety. The album, composed entirely of cover songs, has staples of the band's regular live set, most notably "Mad World" and "Sunday Bloody Sunday." Support for this show will come from Nirvana cover band Heart Shaped Box and 90s punk/hardcore cover act, Boys No Good. The details are as follows:
w/ Heart Shaped Box, Boys No Good
Sunday, December 26th
1528 Hendricks Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
It's a big week for the Rock Band Network, with loads of new rock and metal songs hitting the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Wii platforms. The 360 edition recently saw new tracks from Kataklysm, Emmure, Comeback Kid, and Evansecence. The Wii is catching up to the other consoles, seeing songs from Emperor, Warpath, Evergreen Terrace, Graveyard BBQ, Death Angel, In This Moment, and Otep on December 21st. The complete list of newly added Rock Band Xbox 360 songs, including the non-metal tracks, is as follows:
Don Johansen - "Unbound Soul"
Sabrosa Purr - "Fashion Kills"
Partially Poetic - "She's a Runaway"
Nonpoint - "Alive and Kicking"
Strayplay - "Vuvuzela Anthem"
Evanescence - "Going Under"
Michael John Ahern - "Drive"
Philip Franco - "Jam"
Rainbowdragoneyes - "Creatures ov Deception"
Comeback Kid - "Do Yourself A Favor"
The Word Alive - "The Hounds of Anubis"
Garage A Trois - "Rescue Spreaders"
Emmure - "10 Signs You Should Leave"
Blessthefall - "Hey Baby, Here's That Song You Wanted"
Matt "Chainsaw" Chaney - "Donuts, Go Nuts!"
Kataklysm - "Determined (Vows of Vengeance) (2x Bass Pedal)"
BS (A. Whiteman) - "Swallow My Children"
Raven Quinn - "Catalyst"
Single White Infidel - "The History of Execution (featuring Bluefusion)"
Bojibian - "Hallway"
I Am King Tony - "Stereo Stereo"
Rain Dogs - "Fallen"
Fear of Water - "Firewall"
Driven By Entropy - "Escaping"
Woe, Is Me - "[&] Delinquents" More...
Evergreen Terrace have posted its new music video online. The video was comprised of live footage taken for the track "Mario Speedwagon," which appears on the band's latest album "Almost Home." The video was directed by Carlo Oppermann.
This week's roundup of new metal tracks added to the Xbox 360 edition of the Rock Band Network includes The Red Chord, Suicide Silence, and Amberian Dawn. On the 19th of October the PS3 gets more Asking Alexandria and Evergreen Terrace, while the Wii receives new additions from Unearth, All That Remains, and Demon Hunter. The complete list of new Rock Band Network songs, including the non-metal tracks, is as follows:
The Dangerous Summer - "The Permanent Rain"
Shy Nobleman - "Girlfriend"
Steve Fister - "Old Lady Trouble"
Fang Island - "Daisy"
Zigaboo Modeliste - "Standing in Your Stuff"
The Virginmarys - "Bang Bang Bang"
Boney Mean - "Rotten Cat Halloween Rat"
Nushu - "Spill"
Suicide Silence - "Wake Up"
Of Mice & Men - "Second & Sebring"
Visqueen - "Hand Me Down"
OK Go - "White Knuckles"
Stan Bush - "The Touch"
Amberian Dawn - "Snowmaiden"
Gatling - "Nihilanth"
The Red Chord - "Antman"
Wolfblur - "Frostbite Cavern" More...
Bringthenoiseuk.com conducted an interview with Andrew Carey from Evergreen Terrace shortly before the band performed at the London Underworld. The video clip of the interview can be viewed below.
Brazilian thrash metal legends Sepultura has pulled out of this year's edition of the Persistence tour, which is scheduled to kick off this December in Belgium. Taking their place will be crossover thrash veterans Dirty Rotten Imbeciles. Headlining the tour will be New York hardcore icons Sick Of It All, along with Blood For Blood, Unearth, Evergreen Terrace and Casey Jones.
The tour dates are as follows: More...
Evergreen Terrace has issued the following statement regarding a fight at the band's August 12th show in Cheswick:
"Because of the amount of attention that the ‘ET fight’ rumor has caused, we want to answer your questions and clear up what happened at our show on 8/12 in Cheswick, PA. We attempted to let these ridiculous comments pass and not to take part in the absurdity, but because the rumors continue-even if by only a small group of people - we think our fans deserve the truth. Craig and Jake, a crew member of the tour, (NOT Andrew) were sitting by a red car (not on it).
"A girl approached them and told them to get off her boyfriend's car. They told the girl they weren't on the car and to chill out. Craig asked where her boyfriend was. The boyfriend walked up and both parties began shit talking. The girl dumped a beer on Craig and Jake and threw the beer can at them. Craig stood up. He and the boyfriend lunged at each other. The boyfriend tackled Craig to the ground causing Craig to land on his back. The boyfriend hit Craig 3 times, and the girl jumped in swinging. Craig was on his back, his arms up to block. Jake and witnesses pulled the boyfriend and the girl off. There was a large crowd of people by this time. The boyfriend sustained his injuries from someone else (not in the band) after being pulled off Craig. When Craig got up, the girl ran toward him again. Craig shoved her away and walked off. She did not fall on the ground from this action. Later Craig went back to the area to get his phone. The boyfriend apologized to Craig, said the whole thing was stupid and that the girl was drunk. More...
Florida metalcore act Evergreen Terrace have posted thier brand new music video, for the song "Enemy Sex," online. The song comes off of the band's latest album "Almost Home."
You can view the video below: