From: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Latest Augury News
Below is our complete Augury 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.
Canadian extreme metallers KATAKLYSM have confirmed the following record-launch shows in their home country for their new album, "Prevail":
June 06 - The Opera House - Toronto, ONT (with MARTYR)
June 07 - Le Medley - Montreal, QUE (with MARTYR, AUGURY)
June 08 - L'imperial - Quebec City, QUE (with MARTYR, UNEXPECT)
A brand new KATAKLYSM track, "The Chains of Power," from "Prevail," has been posted on the group's new and improved MySpace page.
Comments KATAKLYSM vocalist Maurizio Iacono: "The meaning behind the track 'The Chains of Power' is essential. It's a song the band wrote to give gratitude and strength to all the courageous soldiers who fight for our freedom. It doesn't matter if you are for or against certain wars, nor the bullshit politics that are associated with these topics." More...
Canadian progressive death metallers AUGURY have posted video footage of the group's original drummer Etienne Gallo laying down the drum tracks for the band's second album.
Watch the three-minute clip here.
Says AUGURY in a statement: "Since he fulfilled this last crucial task for us, Etienne Gallo sadly decided to leave the band. So while we complete the recording process, we will welcome applications from all drummers interested to take over the position. We also accept video recorded performances as auditions. Please contact us at the following address: email@example.com. We will contact selected candidates and we thank in advance everyone who will apply to play with us."
AUGURY's debut album, "Concealed", came out in 2004. More...
Quebec-based dark metallers NECRONOMICON have issued the following update:
"We are happy to anounce the extras on the Return Of The Witch album have been recorded. Extras featured include: Arianne Fleury (ex-AUGURY) and Roxanne Constantin (NEGATIVA, QUO VADIS) and others. Rob the Witch's (guitars, vocals) recovery from a throat injury is going well. A minor infection is still on and off but everything should be good for the April 3rd show at the Metropolis in Montreal [with DIMMU BORGIR and BEHEMOTH]. Some tests will be done this weekend while Rob will be recording his vocal tracks on the album. If everything is good the band should be ready to mix really soon. Scheduled for first week of April, the entire crew and of course the producer as well as the band will meet on the set for the video clip of 'The Time Is Now' to talk about the last details before setting the official date of shooting."
Canadian progressive death metallers AUGURY have issued the following update:
"We finally recorded the drum and rhythm guitar tracks for AUGURY's second album. Since he fulfilled this last crucial task for us, Etienne Gallo [the group's original drummer] sadly decided to leave the band. So while we complete the recording process, we will welcome applications from all drummers interested to take over the position. We also accept video recorded performances as auditions. Please contact us at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact selected candidates and we thank in advance everyone who will apply to play with us."
AUGURY's debut album, "Concealed", came out in 2004.
Montreal’s AUGURY have posted the following update:
“We are currently in the studio to record the drum parts with Yannick St-Amand in his northern domain. Once the drums are done, we will head back to Montreal where the remaining instruments will be recorded with Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy). Despite the unexpected hazards that plague most metal recordings, we are confident to achieve the recording by summertime, even bedore if fate’s on our side. Yannick will do the final mixing and we expect the new album to be released by fall 2008…"
"We also added a little Christmas gift on our myspace page: Our new song ‘Faith Puppeteers‘ from last years promo is now available for you listening enjoyment. Both this song and ‘Skyless‘ will be re-recorded to be featured on our next album.”
Canadian progressive death metallers AUGURY have entered the studio to begin recording their second album for a tentative spring 2008 release. The follow-up to 2004's "Concealed" will feature original drummer Etienne Gallo.
Commented the band: "We are currently in the studio to record the drum parts with Yannick St-Amand in his northern domain. Once the drums are done, we will head back to Montreal where the remaining instruments will be recorded with Christian Donaldson (CRYPTOPSY).
"Despite the unexpected hazards that plague most metal recordings, we are confident to achieve the recording by summertime, even before if fate's on our side. Yannick will do the final mixing and we expect the new album to be released by fall 2008.
"We also added a little Christmas gift on our MySpace page: Our new song 'Faith Puppeteers', from last year's promo, is now available for you listening enjoyment. Both this song and 'Skyless' will be re-recorded to be featured on our next album." More...
Canadian progressive death metallers AUGURY will enter the studio in November to record their second album for a tentative spring 2008 release. The follow-up to 2004's "Concealed" will feature original drummer Etienne Gallo and will be produced by Yannick St-Amand and Hugues Deslauriers.
According to the band's official bio, "AUGURY doesn't identify itself with any pre-established school of music, but it can be fit into the extreme metal category since they favor fast playing, low tuning and rough vocals. A further link can be made with the Norwegian symphonic black metal scene for the use of classical, Celtic and medieval overtones and the lush vocal harmonies that embellish about half of the songs. Triplet feels and guitar/bass dual and triple harmonies are indeed a staple of AUGURY's music. Yet there is no keyboard, no fake vampire image and a totally different lyrical concept. Also, the musicians add influences from a lot of other sources. All members are big fans of progressive rock, classical baroque and jazz and there is a big flamenco influence in the playing."
For more information, visit www.augurymetal.com.
NEGATIVA, the Quebec-based band featuring former GORGUTS members Steeve Hurdle (guitar, vocals) and Luc Lemay (guitar, vocals), along with Etienne Gallo (drums, AUGURY) and Miguel Valade (bass, ex-ION DISSONANCE), has issued the following update:
"We're really disappointed to announce that we have to cancel the shows scheduled from August 1-3 in Toronto, Hamilton and London. The guitarist/vocalist Big Steeve Hurdle had a back injury on Sunday, and he should rest for at least one week. We were looking forward to do these shows because they were the very first ones for the band. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait a little longer before to hit the stage for the first time. As of today, we have no fixed plans about rescheduling the three dates but we'll try to make it up for our Ontario fans before the end of the year if we can. Thanks for your understanding." More...
NEGATIVA, the new Quebec, Canada-based metal band featuring former GORGUTS members Steeve Hurdle (guitar, vocals) and Luc Lemay (guitar, vocals), along with Etienne Gallo (drums, ex-AUGURY) and Miguel Valade (bass, ex-ION DISSONANCE), has issued the following update:
"The last few weeks have been very thrilling for us as we have finally arranged to enter studio in mid-September to record three songs. We will again be working with our old friend Pierre Remillard but this time it will be at his famous Wild Studio. Pierre has produced GORGUTS' very first demo, 'And Then Comes Lividity', back in 1989, plus the albums 'Obscura' in 1998 and 'From Wisdom To Hate' in 2001. He will be assisted by none other than Jean-Yves Theriault, a.k.a. Blacky and former VOÏVOD. We will be more than honored to work with him in the studio. At the end of September, expect a MySpace page for you to, at last, listen to our music." Songtitles set to appear on the mini-CD are "Chaos in Motion", "Taedium Vitae" and "Rebellion".
Augury and Unexpect will tour Canada together in April. Here are the tour dates:
4/1 Winnipeg, MB @ The Zoo
4/4 Prince Albert, SK @ Muskoday Band Hall
4/5 Saskatoon, SK @ Walkes Nightclub
4/7 Vancouver, BC @ Columbia Club
4/8 Calgary, AB @ The Warehouse/Underground
4/9 Edmonton, AB @ The Mead Hall
4/13 Regina, SK @ The Exchange
4/14 Thunder Bay, ON @ Kilroys (Augery only)
4/15 Rouyn-Noranda, QC @ Petit Théâtre du Vieux Noranda
4/16 Toronto, ON @ Lees Palace
4/17 London, ON @ The Embassy
4/18 Peterborough, ON @ The Red Dog
4/20 Rimouski, QC @ Bar le Cactus
4/21 Quebec, QC @ Agora du Cégep de Limoilou (Campus de Québec)
4/25 Fredericton, NB @ Bugaboo Creek
4/27 Moncton, NB @ Paramount
4/28 Saint-John, NB @ TBA
4/29 Halifax, NS @ Captain Elis
Quebec's AUGURY will headline the second annual Ashes of Autumn festival, set to take place on December 9 at 3rd Floor Reillys (340 Yonge Street) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Also scheduled to perform on the bill are WILL OF THE ANCIENTS, ATHERETIC, ARCHAEON, and SUFFER THE SOUL. Tickets are $10 in advance via email@example.com or $12 at the door. Doors at 7:00 p.m., 19+ event.
NEGATIVA, Steeve Hurdle’s new band (Ex-GORGUTS / PURULENCE), has completed its line up. Steeve on vocals / Guitar will be joined by Luc Lemay (Ex-GORGUTS) on vocals / guitar, Dominique Lapointe on bass (QUO VADIS, AUGURY, ATHERETIC) and Etienne Gallo (AUGURY) on drums. A website is under construction and shirts will be available from Great White North Records soon. The band should enter the studio in the winter for a promo recording. It’s all speculation right now but NEGATIVA might be touring with TOWARDS DARKNESS and PAROXYSM in the spring of 2006.
Augury will be touring Canada this month with Quo Vadis. Here are the tour dates:
8/09 Thunder Bay, ON @ The Appollo
8/10 Winnipeg, MB @ The Collective Cabaret
8/11 Saskatoon, SK @ The Roxy On Broadway
8/12 Edmonton, AB @ The Mead Hall
8/14 Calgary, AB @ The Underground
8/19 Vancouver, BC @ The Brickyard
8/20 Victoria, BC @ Sugar Nightclub
8/24 Regina, SK @ The Exchange
Impaled Nazarene celebrates 15 years with the release of "Death Comes in 26 Carefully Selected Pieces," the band's first official live album.
Recorded last December at Tavastia club in Helsinki, Finland, "DCI26CSP" features 26 songs from the bands catalogue, including songs from their 7” EPs.
The album was mixed (at Sonic Pump studio) by band's own soundman, Tapio Pennanen. Mika Jussila mastered the album at Finnvox studio.
Final tracklisting of "Death Comes in 26 Carefully Selected Pieces": More...
Chicago's USURPER and San Fransisco's HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE have been added to the lineup of the third installment of Northern Lights Festival, set to be held July 2 at The Opera House in Toronto, Canada. Other acts scheduled to perform at the festival include IMPALED NAZARENE, UNEXPECT, LILITU, WOODS OF YPRES, BRAVE, THE FIFTH SUN, AUGURY, WIDOW and ENDORPHINS.