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Latest Hex Machine News
Below is our complete Hex Machine 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.
NJ metal band FIGHT AMP has posted the new track “Bad Listener” from their Translation Loss Records sophomore release, entitled “Manners and Praise” due for release on October 26th here.
FIGHT AMP’s new record “Manners and Praise” was recorded at The Jam Room in Columbia, SC by Phillip Cope of Kylesa (Baroness, Withered).
FIGHT AMP tour dates are as follows:
10/31 - Bad Times KNIFEHITS HALLOWEEN w/ Whores, Rat Healer, Rare Kills - Williamstown, New Jersey
11/01 - The Spot w/ Whores, Rat Healer, Powerstance, Ape - Wilmington, Delaware
11/02 - The Golden West w/ Whores - Baltimore, Maryland
11/03 - Kempsville Ruritan Club w/ Kingshead, Remove - Virginia Beach, Virginia
11/04 - Black Cat backstage w/ Hex Machine, Sons of Disobedience - Washington, Washington DC
Progressive instrumental trio DYSRHYTHMIA has announced a month-long U.S. headlining tour. This tour will kick-off on June 5th in Philadelphia, PA and will include special guests HEX MACHINE, TRIAC, OXBOW, AMERICAN HERITAGE, and more along the way.
DYSRHYTHMIA is currently writing their follow-up album to 2006's "Barriers and Passages." The band's latest release was a split CD with the U.K.'s ROTHKO released last August. Audio samples taken from the split, as well as the band's previous releases, can be heard via the DYSRHYTHMIA MySpace page.
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Former Burnt By The Sun, Human Remains, etc. drummer Dave Witte will be quite busy in 2005, as he continues to be involved in a handful of projects. For starters, Witte will be on the road with Municipal Waste in late-February and early-March. Witte will also be playing on Melt Banana's next tour of the U.S., which will run from April to June. Moreover, Agoraphobic Nosebleed tentatively have plans to make an appearance or two this year, and Witte will be on the drums for those. On the release front, he recently joined a new band called Hex Machine. The group played their first show on January 10th and will record a demo in the near future. Meanwhile, Black Army Jacket's discography will be released in the very near future by Black Box Recordings. Finally, the next East West Blast Test album, tentatively entitled "Unpopular Music For Popular People," should be available this spring through Ipecac Recordings.