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Latest Crematorium News
Below is our complete Crematorium 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.
Jacknife have announced a new drummer: Josh Montano (Crematorium, War Within) from Austin, TX. The band thanks everyone who auditioned.
Crematorium have become a four piece after the departure of guitarist Frank Perez. The new leaner kings of Los Angeles Murdercore will be at Los Angeles Murderfest 2.0 on February 18/19, so you can see the band and guitarist Mark Uehlein picking up the slack.
The Los Angeles Murderfest Version 2.0 will take place Feb. 18 & 19, 2006 at The Knitting Factory in Los Angeles. Crematorium will be playing alongside local and national acts such as A Dying Memory, Anal Blast, Avoid Serious Injury, BlowYourFuckingBrainsOut, Cerberus, xDEATHSTARx, Disgorge, Dr. Know, Embrace The End, EveryManForHimself, Gatekeeper, Gaza, Horsemen Of The Apocalypse, Immortality, Impaled, Infamy, Insatanity, IveBeenShot, Job For A Cowboy, Kill The Client, Life Or Death, Meat Shits, Nocturnal Altar, Phobia, Sepsism, Severed, Sinful Bliss, Springbreak, Strong Intention, Suicide Silence, The Dolemite Project, The Faceless, To The Pain, Warriors, Where Eagles Dare, and With Passion.
Prosthetic Records' CREMATORIUM have been confirmed for The Los Angeles Murderfest Version 2.0, to be held Feb. 18 & 19, 2006 at The Knitting Factory in Los Angeles. The L.A. murdercore kings will be playing alongside local and national acts such as A Dying Memory, Anal Blast, Avoid Serious Injury, BlowYourFuckingBrainsOut, Cerberus, xDEATHSTARx, Disgorge, Dr. Know, Embrace The End, EveryManForHimself, Gatekeeper, Gaza, Horsemen Of The Apocalypse, Immortality, Impaled, Infamy, Insatanity, IveBeenShot, Job For A Cowboy, Kill The Client, Life Or Death, Meat Shits, Nocturnal Altar, Phobia, Sepsism, Severed, Sinful Bliss, Springbreak, Strong Intention, Suicide Silence, The Dolemite Project, The Faceless, To The Pain, Warriors, Where Eagles Dare, and With Passion.
Other acts will be announced later, and tickets will be available for $30 per day in advance, and $60 in advance for both days, as well as $35 per day at the door and $70 for both days at the door. Tickets will be available in December.
Cerberus have posted two songs off their latest album, "The Cage of Exsistance", on their MySpace page which can be viewed at the following loacation: http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=3216210&Mytoken=EBB22FB8-4415-4720-92AF62ABA6A75B322683136703.
The songs are entitled "The Cage of Exsistance" and "'Fractured Extraction"
Cerberus is confirmed to co-headline with Crematorium at the Open Grave Music Festival on October 20th at the Whisky A Go Go.
Crematorium have finished work on their new album, entitled "The Process Of Endtime." Produced by DD Ehrlich (Slipknot), the record features eleven new tracks and will hit stores on July 19th via Prosthetic Records.
New vocalist Sean Vandegrift will be unable to accompany Vehemence on their upcoming spring tours, so the group has recruited two temporary replacements. Bryan Edwards of Clifton will be performing with the band during their tour with Thine Eyes Bleed from March 21th through April 5th, while Glass Casket's Adam Cody will be touring with the group from April 8th through May 21st on their tour with Crematorium and The Red Death (except on April 23rd).
Crematorium, The Red Death, and Vehemence will be touring together in April and May. More dates will be announced, but the following have been confirmed:
4/14 Houston TX @ Fat Cat's
4/15 Baton Rouge LA @ The Darkroom
4/17 Orlando FL @ Backbooth
4/18 Atlanta GA @ Masquerade
dates w/ The Esoteric
4/28 Grand Rapids MI @ Ten Bells
4/29 Detroit MI @ I-Rock
4/30 Freeport IL @ Freeport Convention Center
5/1 Lincoln NE @ Royal Grove
5/3 Springfield MO @ The Rockwell
5/5 Dallas TX @ Dreamworld
5/6 Corpus Christi TX @ Equal Eyez
5/7 Austin TX @ Backroom
5/10 Lubbock TX @ Tokyo Joes
5/12 Denver CO @ Climax Lounge
The 2nd Los Angeles Murderfest is currently in the planning stages for this Summer. Confirmed thus far for the show, which has no set date nor venue, are the following bands:
Los Angeles extreme metallers Crematorium are currently in Los Angeles recording their sophomore album, "The Process of Endtime", with producer DD Erlich (Slipknot). The follow-up to 2002's "For All Our Sins" is scheduled for release in March 2005 via Prosthetic Records.
Vehemence have issued this band update:
The mini tour we just headlined went extremely well and we thank all the extremely talented bands that we played with for their support. The tour proved to us that we can now do our own headlining tours really at anytime. We now urge bands to contact our booking agency if they think they are suitable for touring or setting up various shows with Vehemence. Playing Mexico was a blast and wasn't really a culture shock, it was more like Hollywood meets Las Vegas in a way. The metal heads are hungry for extreme metal and it was our pleasure to perform for the audience. We will be back in Mexico soon, and thanks to the crew that took us down there. The Houston off date Ozzfest show with Superjoint Ritual went very well, around 600 people attended and Vehemence ended up earning the respect from all the bands on the bill and from comments we have heard backstage. Look forward to our tour with Crematorium, All Shall Perish, and Animosity in September on the west coast. Also look forward to seeing us on month full U.S. tours with Mortician, Akercocke in Sept/Oct and Vital Remains in Oct/Nov. Please check our tours and shows page for more updates! The Thoughts From Which I Hide has officially sold out, so we will not be taking any more orders for it. We urge you to download the album from wherever possible, we have mp3's featured on our website. Thanks to all those that purchased this album from when it was released till its extinction and we might be re-releasing it in the near future.
Vehemence is embarking on some upcoming touring in support for their newest album called "Helping The World To See" released April 6, 2004.
Dates are announced below:
Jul. 30 - El Paso, TX - The Key Lounge
Jul. 31 - Juarez, Mexico - Planet Rock
Aug. 02 – Houston, TX- Engine Room
Aug. 03 – TBA
Aug. 04 - TBA
Aug. 05 - Harlingen, TX - Smiley's Ballroom
Aug. 06 - TBA
Aug. 07 - Fort Worth, TX - Ridglea Theater
Aug. 19 – Phoenix, AZ - The Mason Jar
Sept. 10 – Texas – TBA
Sept. 11 – Houston, TX – Texas Murder Fest
Sept. 12 – Dallas, TX – DFW Metal Fest
TBA dates are unconfirmed off-Ozzfest dates with Superjoint Ritual & Devildriver. Vehemence will be on tour with Vital Remains for one week at the end of August. Another upcoming tour in the beginning of September will include a tour with Crematorium, All Shall Perish, and Animosity. Vehemence will be supporting the Mortician and Akercoke full U.S. tour in mid September through October. A European tour is also being arranged by Bruchstein Tours for April 2005 with Abscess. More dates and info will be available on www.vehemence.com.
Rag Men are set to hit the road with The Judas Cradle, mostly on the West Coast. Here you go:
3/30 Birmingham AL @ Cave 9
3/31 Little Rock AK @ Vino's
4/1 Austin TX @ The Backroom
4/3 Glendale AZ @ The Attic
dates w/ Crematorium: More...
Crematorium will be heading into the studio in the early months of 2004 to record the follow up to 'For All Our Sins' which at this time is entitled 'The Process Of Endtime'. The Album will be released on Prosthetic Records hopefully in the early months of Summer. Crematorium will also be on another full US tour during the Spring as well as February and plans to make it over to Europe this Summer is also in the works.
Crematorium plans on using Neil Kernon to produce this next album. Kernon has produced the last two Cannibal Corpse records as well as the new Deicide album.
Dwell In Darkness alums Crematorium, Crisis, and Hostile Grove will be teaming up with Watch Me Burn, Dying Star, and Eat The Living for a show at the Troubadour in Hollwood, CA on January 19th. No word yet as to whether or not this will be a full tour.