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Doom Syndicate

From: Roanoke, VA, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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Born Of Chaos Records Announces Spring Showcase

Born of Chaos Records will be holding hte Spring 2013 "Chaos In Music" label showcase in Atlantic City at Le Grand Fromage on April 13th.

The showcase will be headlined by Lancaster, PA's March to Victory, a band that's spent the last 2 years touring, sharing the stage with the likes of Cannibal Corpse, Deicide, Napalm Death, Obituary, Suffocation, Marduk and many more.

Co-Headlining the showcase will be Roanoke, VA's Doom Syndicate, currently ranked #6 on the Reverbnation U.S. national metal charts. Also on the bill is Millville, NJ's Stoner titans MeatPlow, Howell, NJ's blackened thrashers Anticosm, Lehigh Valley, PA's thrash grinders Chinga!, Philly rockers Machines of Penalty and Leola, PA's psychedelic death metallers Sandraudiga.

This will be Born of Chaos Records 5th label showcase in the past 3 years. Last fall the event, held at Philly's historic Trocadero theater was delayed due to a bomb threat, which was later determined to be a hoax according to the F.B.I. All of the bands on the showcase are working on new material that will be released through Born of Chaos Records in 2013. More...

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Doom Syndicate Signs With Born Of Chaos

Born of Chaos Records is proud to announce the signing of Roanoke, VA's Doom Syndicate. The label commented:

"The four piece has been a powerhouse in their region for the past 15 years, with their combination of death metal, thrash metal and hardcore (Biohazard-ish) providing the fuel for some high energy mosh pits. Doom Syndicate have proven themselves to be a model band when it comes to underground support, working very closely with Coffin House Studios, a venue in Roanoke, to bring national acts such as Dying Fetus, Goatwhore and Abigail Williams to the Roanoke area, to help provide, as guitarist Scott Doom describes, 'some cool shows for local bands to play.'

"The band joined forces with Born of Chaos Records for a late summer release of their 2nd full-length album 'Midsummer’s Fall' with a slew of tour dates to follow."

July 23 - Roanoke, VA @ The Coffin House Studios (with Prong)
Aug 4 - Baltimore, MD @ The Sonar (Summer Slaughter Tour)
Aug 21 – Roanoke, VA @ The Coffin House Studios (With Abigail Williams)
Aug 22 – Baltimore, MD @ Talking Head (With Abigail Williams)
Aug 23 – Frederick, MD @ Café 611 (With Abigail Williams)
Aug 31 – Roanoke, VA @ The Coffin House Studios
Sept 16 – Limestone, NY @ Rock N’ Ricks
Sept 19 – Toledo, OH @ The Zodiac
Sept 20 – Detroit, MI @ IRock Nightclub
Sept 21 – Lansing, MI @ The Blackened Moon Concert Hall
Sept 23 – Fort Wayne, IN @ Hammer Heads Music Hall
Sept 24 – Louisville, KY @ Union Station
Sept 27 – Roanoke, VA @ The Coffin House Studios
Sept 28 – Martinsburg WV @ MJ’s
Sept 29 – Frostburg, MD @ Duncans
Sept 30 – New York, NY @ Fontana’s More...

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Doom Syndicate Sign With Rotting Corpse Records

Roanoke, VA-based metallers Doom Syndicate have inked a deal with Rotting Corpse Records. The group's new album, "Beyond Salvation," is due this fall, to be followed by a U.S. tour.
Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Oct. 08 - The Chopping Block - Boston, MA
Oct. 09 - Rodchester Steel Music Hall - Rodchester, NY
Oct. 10 - Redzone - Queens, NY
Oct. 12 - The Haunt - Ithica, NY
Oct. 14 - Remy's - Harrisburg, PA
Oct. 15 - The Wheelie Bar - York, PA
Oct. 16 - The Championship - LaMoyne, PA
Oct. 17 - The Ground Floor Grill - Newark, DE
Oct. 21 - The Factory - Roanoke, VA
Oct. 22 - The Millennium Center - Winston-Salem, NC
Oct. 23 - The White Oak Amphitheater - Blairs, VA
Oct. 24 - Martin Street Music Hall - Raleigh, NC

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