Six Reasons To Kill
From: Koblenz, Germany
Last Known Status: Active
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Below is our complete Six Reasons To Kill 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.
German act Six Reasons To Kill posted a new music video for the track "We Are Ghosts." The song is the title track of band's fifth release, which is available now via Massacre Records.
Check out the video here:
Six Reasons To Kill is going to release fifth studio album "We Are Ghosts" on March 22nd, 2013 via Massacre Records. "We Are Ghosts" was recorded at Germany's Kohlekeller Studio in Seeheim-Jugenheim with Kristian "Kohle" Kohlmannslehner.
On March 1st, the band will release the first single off the new album, titled "The Damned," which will be a 2-track single available in digital-only format. Snippets from the tracks are now available at this location.
Starting Valentine's Day, Six Reasons To Kill is also going on the "Straight To The Dome" EU tour with Pro-Pain, Undivided, and Don Gatto. More...
Six Reasons To Kill will be releasing a new album Massacre Records in late March 2013, and the label also commented:
"Who's ready for a new Six Reasons To Kill album? Good, because the guys already finished their upcoming album in late November 2012! It was recorded at Germany's Kohlekeller Studio in Seeheim-Jugenheim with Kristian "Kohle" Kohlmannslehner. Enjoy a few impressions on the band's Facebook page here. There are also two studio diaries available below.
"Besides playing at the Matador Festival in Düren, Germany, on January 4th they're also going on EU tour with Pro-Pain in February and March! The dates below of the 'Straight To The Dome' tour 2013 are already confirmed." More...
After it was recently revealed that Six Reasons To Kill will be joining the upcoming "Lux Mundi" European tour with Samael and Keep of Kalessin, more opening bands have since been announced.
Also appearing as supporting acts on various legs of the "Lux Mundi" tour will be In Vain, Dark End, Minkus, Noctem, and Dead Shape Figure. The promotional poster featuring the dates that each band will support Samael and Keep of Kalessin can be found below.
Finland's Dead Shape Figure also recently appeared on Metalunderground.com's Peter Steele tribute album by offering a cover of the Type O Negative track "Dead Again," with full details available here. More...
Six Reasons to Kill has been added on to the "Lux Mundi" European tour with Swiss metal act Samael and Norway's Keep of Kalessin. The details on the dates and venues for the shows are as follows:
21.09.2011 (GER) Darmstadt / Steinbruch Theater
22.09.2011 (GER) Bochum / Matrix
23.09.2011 (HOL) Dordrecht / Bibelot
24.09.2011 (BEL) Charleroi / Le Coliseum
25.09.2011 (HOL) Nijmegen / Doornroosje
27.09.2011 (FR) Macon / Cavazik
28.09.2011 (FR) Colmar / Grillen
29.09.2011 (GER ) Cottbus / Gladhaus
30.09.2011 (HOL) Groningen / Vera
01.10.2011 (FR) Rennes / Antipode
02.10.2011 (FR) Paris / La Machine
03.10.2011 (FR) Toulouse / Ramier
05.10.2011 (POR) Porto / Hard Club
06.10.2011 (POR) Lisbon / Cineteatro de Corroios
07.10.2011 (SP) Madrid / Caracol
08.10.2011 (SP) Valencia / Durango
09.10.2011 (SP) Barcelona / Salamandra 1
Six Reasons To Kill has posted a video clip online for the song "My Bitterness," which can be viewed below.
The band is also set to release the new album "Architects Of Perfection" on January 28, 2011. Information on a recently announced record release show can be found here.
On January 28, 2011 Six Reasons To Kill will release "Architects Of Perfection," the band's debut album on Massacre Records. Massacre Records has now issued the following announcement about the band performing a record release show:
"Six Reasons To Kill has now announce a CD release show! They are going to celebrate their new record on February 26, 2011 at The JAM CLub in Koblenz, Germany. Of course they won't party alone: Their friends bloodattack, Yesterday I Had Roadkill, Tribe and Shadow Of The Fate will join them!"
The details are as follows:
Six Reason To Kill bloodattack, Yesterday I Had Roadkill, Tribe, Shadow Of The Fate
February 26, 2011
JAM Club Moselring 2-4. 56068 Koblenz, Germany
Doors: 7:00 PM
Showtime: 7:30 PM
Six Reasons To Kill has issued the following update about releasing a new album, posting a new song online, and working on a music video:
"Well fellas, our new full length 'Architects Of Perfection' is going to drop in late January! We've uploaded the first track 'Welcome To Forever' from this record and are proud to present our new Video to the first single 'My Bitterness' Shot by Earf from Ambitious Films soon. Stay tuned guys!"
You can check out the track "Welcome to Forever" through the band's MySpace page.
Six Reasons To Kill has posted a teaser trailer online for the band's new album "Architects of Perfection." The trailer can be viewed in the video clip below.
You can also hear a track off the new album via this location.
Six Reasons to Kill, which recently signed to Massacre Records," is currently streaming a new song online from the band's upcoming album "Architects Of Perfection." The new track "Welcome to Forever" can be heard via this location.
Massacre Records also commented on the recording of the album: "The German metallers Six Reasons to Kill have their new album 'Architects of Perfection' in the coal cellar Studio (Power Wolf, Crematory, The Burning, etc.) completed, with guest appearances by producer Kristian 'coal' Bonifer (Century, Another Perfect Day) and Kurt Ebelhäuser (Blackmail, Scumbucket). A video clip for the new album will be available soon!"
Six Reasons to Kill has issued the following announcement about signing to Massacre Records:
"We're completely stoked to announce that we will join the roster of Massacre Records. After several months of working and recording on our forthcoming album we’re happy to have this strong an established partner behind us. It’s a great step forward for us and we’re more than thrilled to reach this level now. We know Massacre Records since the days of our youth and we are proud to become part of this awesome band-roster somewhere between and King Diamond.
"Thanks to Thomas for his confidence in what we are doing. Another great person we have to mention here is Leif Jensen for his management support. Last but not least we want to spread some words of gratitude to all our fans, friends and supporters and everybody who reached his helping hands to us during the past years. We are looking forward to an exciting 2011!"
Six Reasons To Kill have just released a new video for the track "Bleeding Stereo" which is taken from their latest album "Another Horizon." A Tribunal Records press release says about "Another Horizon,"
"The new album, Another Horizon, follows the same destructive path of its predecessor, but with more vocal melody infused into their now distinct “sledgehammer to your face” approach. Along with the unabashedly “metal worship” also comes a socially conscious album dealing with such topics as discrimination, environmental exploitation, racism, war and human rights. SIX REASONS TO KILL not only want to impress you sonically, but they hope to challenge you mentally and open doors you may have kept closed up until right now. Another Horizon is a monumental moment in German hardcore, but most importantly a relevant human commentary on our civilization’s current dilemmas."
Danish heavy hitters Hatesphere have announced that that Six Reasons To Kill will be supporting them on their upcoming Alive and Dressed To The Nines Tour from April, 24th until May, 3rd. BLOODWORK (Dockyard1 Rec) and SIC will also be playing on the tour. More details and tour dates will be announced soon.
Having survived several recent shake-ups which saw some members depart and join the ranks of Germany's top metal bands (Caliban and Deadsoil), SIX REASONS TO KILL has regrouped and returned with an even more massive album entitled, "Another Horizon." Now armed with a new vocalist, Thorsten Polomski, the band is planning a successful followup to their previous Tribunal Records release, "Reborn," which garnered critical acclaim from around the world. "Another Horizon" follows the same destructive path of its predecessor, but with more vocal melody infused into their now distinct "sledgehammer to your face" approach. Along with the unabashedly "metal worship" also comes a socially conscious album dealing with such topics as discrimination, environmental exploitation, racism, war and human rights.
SIX REASONS TO KILL's new album, "Another Horizon," will be in stores in North America on June 10th. You can check out the artwork here.
Six Reasons To Kill has announced the addition of Torsten Polomski (Bubonix) on vocals. Polomski replaces singer Chris Valk, who left the group in December. Meanwhile, the band continues to work on a new album.
Germany's Six Reasons To Kill has parted ways with vocalist Chris Valk. The band is currently seeking a replacement. Any interested parties should check the band's website for more information.
Tribunal Records has announced the signing of two German bands, Six Reasons To Kill and Since The Day. Formed in 1999, Six Reasons To Kill play metal/hardcore and have previously released an album with Alveran Records. Their Tribunal debut, titled "Reborn," will hit stores on November 22nd. Meanwhile, Since The Day, whose output is described by Tribunal as "a healthy blend of black and thrash metal fused with a politically fuelled hardcore aggressiveness," formed in 2001 and released a split CD that Snafu that same year. Their new album, "El Mensajero No Es Importante," will also be available on November 22nd.
Six Reasons To Kill is currently in the Kohlekeller Studios recording their first full length in years. Drums and guitars are already done. Watch out for this release to see the light of day early summer 2005.
Following a period of inactivity and several lineup changes, Six Reasons To Kill will enter Germany's Kohlekeller Studio (Crematory) in February and March to record a new album. The record is tentatively titled "Reborn In Flames" and will be available in June via Bastardized Recordings.