Woe Of Tyrants
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Below is our complete Woe Of Tyrants 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.
Vancouver four-piece Bison b.c. have just announced they're heading out on tour with fellow thrashers Lazarus A.D. for the Baptized in Beer tour, which will take them across both the U.S. and Canada.
“We can't wait to crawl back into the blue bitch and drive from town to town melting faces and damaging livers - so lock up yer liquor cabinets, we will see you in the future,” Bison b.c. said in a statement released through their record label, Metal Blade.
Support on select dates will come from Barnburner, and label-mates Woe of Tyrants. More...
Las Vegas' Molotov Solution has posted two new songs, “Living Proof “and “The Harbinger,” to their MySpace page. The two songs come off of “The Harbinger,” the band's sophomore album and Metal Blade debut album, which will be released everywhere on June 9th. More...
Las Vegas metal act, MOLOTOV SOLUTION, has revealed the track listing and album artwork to their Metal Blade Records debut album, "The Harbinger." The album will contain 11 blistering tracks, which were recorded with Tim Lambesis (As I Lay Dying), Daniel Castleman, and Kelly Cairns at Lambesis studios in San Diego, CA. Mastering was done by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (Shadows Fall, God Forbid, The Acacia Strain). The album will be released on June 9th through Metal Blade Records. More...
The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival will introduce an additional stage this year dedicated to up and coming bands.
The third stage, sponsored by Deathcote Records, will be located at Chasers Nightclub, located behind the Palladium on the corner of Martin Luther King and Commercial streets. The main festival will be taking place at the Palladium.
“There are so many great bands and not enough time to get all of them on during the course of two days,” said festival co-organizer Sott Lee. “Adding a third stage is a great way for us to showcase some of the developing bands and it’s a terrific opportunity for these bands to play alongside some of today’s top metal and hardcore bands.”
The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival will take place on Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18, with the Atticus pre-party on Thursday, April 16. This year’s event is presented by Randall Amplifiers, Washburn Guitars and Eden Electronics. Metal Blade Records will present the main stage. Prosthetic Records will present the second stage.
The Atticus-sponsored pre-party will be a unique event that will be combining film and music, kicking off with a screening of official film sponsor Anchor Bay's film "Crowley," co-written by none other than Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson. The provocative supernatural thriller is the tale of a virtual reality experiment gone wrong, sending the soul of the British occultist Aleister Crowley into the body of a shy university professor. But even as Crowley creates all-new orgies of depraved pleasures and black magic, he is now preparing to unleash the ultimate occult event upon the world. Also showing is "Anvil! The Story of Anvil," a sometimes revealing, sometimes hilarious documentary about the legendary Canadian metal band. The movie follows best friends Robb Reiner and Lips as they make a pact to rock together forever. Their band, Anvil, hailed as the "demi-gods of Canadian metal, " influenced a musical generation that includes Metallica, Slayer, and Anthrax, despite never hitting the big time. Following a calamitous European tour, Lips and Robb, now in their fifties, set off to record their 13th album in one last attempt to fulfill their boyhood dreams. The film will be followed by a performance by the band itself. The pre-party will also be held at the Palladium. Admission is free with a weekend pass or $15 for non-ticket holders.
Prices this year are $40 for Friday, $45 for Saturday or $79 for a 2-day ticket that also includes free admission to the kick off party on Thursday. Tickets are available at all Strawberries, FYE Stores, online at tickets.com or by calling (800) 477-6849. Tickets are available now.
Bands scheduled to perform this year include: More...
LEFT TO VANISH has been added to the SALT THE WOUND / WOE OF TRYANTS tour this April leading up to the band's New England Metal Fest's appearance.
Here are the Left to Vanish tour dates with Salt The Wound and Woe of Tyrants:
Mar 31, 2009 @ THE MUSE Nashville, Tennessee
Apr 1, 2009 @ THE COUP Clarksville, Tennessee
Apr 3, 2009 @ BIG DADDY’S Tallahassee, Florida
Apr 4, 2009 @ BRASS MUG Tampa, Florida
Apr 6, 2009 @ GALLERY 13 Columbus, Georgia
Apr 7, 2009 @ SWAYZES Marietta, Georgia
Apr 8, 2009 @ GROUND ZERO Spartanburg, South Carolina
Apr 9, 2009 @ THE REFUGE Fredericksburg, Virginia
Apr 10, 2009 @ PLAN B Danville, Virginia
Apr 11, 2009 @ CLUB RELEVANT Virginia Beach, Virginia
Apr 12, 2009 @ CLARK KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL Clark, New Jersey
Apr 13, 2009 @ ALEXANDER’S Philladelphia, Pennsylvania
Apr 14, 2009 @ EUROPA Brooklyn, New York
Apr 15, 2009 @ THE HAUNT Yonkers, New York
Apr 16, 2009 @ THE LOST HORIZON Syracuse, New York
Cattle Decapitation has issued the following statement about their touring plans for 2009:
"We’ll be heading out on another headlining trek and FINALLY we’ll be doing a FULL CANADIAN TOUR!!! That’s right! Years in the making, hundreds of requests gone unfulfilled, Cattle Decapitation will be grinding its way from BC to Quebec! Along these dates we’ll be playing with bands like Psyopus, Rose Funeral, Woe of Tyrants and even a one off fest with our brothers in gore Suffocation! After that, we’ll be meeting up once again with the almighty GWAR!!! That part of the trek will also feature Priestess and it runs right into the one everyone’s been waiting for… The Blackened Fest featuring Mayhem, Marduk, our long-time friends Cephalic Carnage and Atlanta’s Withered! We’re excited to hear that Attila is back in Mayhem (look ma, no pig heads!) and to jam alongside Marduk & Cephalic again and look forward to sharing our brand of depravity with their fans!"
The band's tour schedule through June is as follows: More...
Ohio's Woe of Tyrants are currently debuting their video for "Break the Fangs of the Wicked" at this location. The video was directed by Jake Beemer with Siege Media and filmed at the Majestic Theatre in Chillicothe, OH.
Vocalist Chris Catanzaro explains the video and its concept, "We were very honored to have the opportunity to work with Jake and the crew of Siege Media on our first video for the new record, 'Kingdom of Might.' The song is entitled 'Break the Fangs of the Wicked,' and despite being one of our most popular live songs, Fangs was chosen due to the fact that it successfully culminates the diversity and overall theme of the entire record. The video was shot in our hometown of Chillicothe, OH at the legendary Majestic Theater. We were fortunate enough to have some close, and very talented, friends come out to serve as the performers in the video. The storyline follows the song in that the song is about rising above negativity and evil and going back to square one in our love for our fellow person. We felt this was an important message to convey amidst a genre that speaks death almost constantly, and thanks to the professionalism of the crew we are very confident that it is going to turn out even better than we initially expected!" More...
Montreal, Quebec metallers The Agonist has lined up some more tour dates along with Salt The Wound and Woe of Tyrants. This is in support of the bands forthcoming new studio album, "Lullabies For A Dormant Mind" which will be released on March 10th.
The tour schedule is now as follows:
27 - Club Absinthe - Hamilton, Ontario
8 - Underworld - Montreal, Quebec (album launch party)
March (with DANCE CLUB MASSACRE)
13 - Doug's Rockhouse - Aurora, Michigan
14 - Static Age - Romeo, Michigan
15 - Gamer’s Paradise - Flint, Michigan
16 - The Juke Box - Rochester, New York
18 - Club Octane - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
19 - Jennie’s - Asbury Park, New Jersey
20 - Soldiers Memorial Theatre - St. Albans, West Virginia
21 - The Armory - Owensboro, Kentucky
March (with WOE THE TYRANTS and SALT THE WOUND)
31 - The Muse - Nashville, Tennessee
1 - The Coup - Clarksville, Tennessee
3 - Big Daddy’s - Tallahassee, Florida
4 - The Brass Mug - Tampa, Florida
6 - Gallery 13 - Columbus, Georgia
7 - Swayze’s - Marietta, Georgia
8 - Ground Zero - Spartanburg, South Carolina
9 - The Refuge - Fredericksburg, Virginia
10 - Plan B - Danville, Virginia
11 - Club Relevant - Virginia Beach, Virginia
14 - The Europa - Brooklyn, New York
15 - The Haunt - Yonkers, New York
16 - The Lost Horizon - Syracuse, New York
The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival will enter its second decade this April with an eclectic mixture of bands from the metal and hardcore genres. Returning to the Palladium in Worcester, Mass., the event will take place on Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18, with a an extra special pre-party on Thursday, April 16.
Headlining Friday will be All That Remains, one of the many bands that got its start at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. Saturday will be headlined by metal giants Lamb of God as part of their No Fear Energy Music Tour along with As I Lay Dying, Children Of Bodom, God Forbid and Municipal Waste. Metal Blade Records will present the main stage.
Other bands schedule to perform on Friday are: August Burns Red, Suffocation, The Acacia Strain, The Haunted, Napalm Death, WhiteChapel, Kataklysm, Cattle Decapitation, Veil of Maya, Abigail Williams, Decrepit Birth, Psycroptic, Intronaut, Withered, Left to Vanish, Lazarus A.D., Kylesa, XAFBX, Trap Them, Aggressive Dogs, Toxic Holocaust, XWarX, Psyopus, Woe of Tyrants, Rose Funeral and more to be announced. Doors open at 12 noon. More...
Chillicothe, Ohio’s WOE OF TYRANTS will be hitting the road in support of their Metal Blade debut, "Kingdom of Might," which was released on January 6th. Support on current dates up to February 13th is coming from Adversary, Brother Von Doom, and Destroy Destroy Destroy. After WOE OF TYRANTS finish up the current tour, they will head out alongside label mates Psyopus in addition to Burning The Masses and Salt The Wound starting February 20th in South Bend, IN.
The band has also posted the track, "Sounding Jerusalem," off of "Kingdom of Might," on their MySpace page. A video for the track "Fangs" is currently being made and will be released next month. More...
Woe Of Tyrants has issued the following update about their new guitar player:
"Everybody welcome John Hehman to the lineup!
Past bands include: "Year of Desolation"(Prosthetic Records) & "Perfect Nothing"(Roadrunner Records).
John Commented: These guys are good friends of mine and a great band. I'm beyond excited to be playing with these guys, the music is fun, challenging and most of all: Face Melting Metal! When Chris called me up after i had pretty much giving up on music and sitting on my ass for a year, I immediately knew this was the moment I was waiting for.. I can honestly say I appreciate this opportunity more than they probably realize! We're touring all over so i hope to see you all out very soon!"
New York grinders, Psyopus, have announced the following headlining tour dates throughout russia, Canada, and the US:
1/7 Nizhniy Novgorod, RU - Wizard Club
1/8 Moscow, RU - Plan B club
1/9 Saint Petersburg, RU – Orlandao
1/15 Toronto, ON - The Wreck Room
1/16 Windsor, ON - Coach and Horses
1/17 Chicago, IL - The Beat Kitchen
1/18 Ottumwa, IA - Bridge View Center
1/19 Omaha, NE - Club Roxbury
1/20 Pueblo, CO - Phil's Radiator More...
ADVERSARY announce their first tour on their debut album "Singularity" to kick off January 22. KillerTours Presents Adversary, Brother Von Doom, Woe Of Tyrants, and Destroy Destroy Destroy. Some dates have been announced here while the rest of the tour will be announced in the coming week. Adversary drummer Justin Green commented, "We are beyond excited to finally get out there and melt some faces on the first tour for our new album!"
Here are the latest Adversary tour dates: More...
Brother Von Doom will be heading out on a North American tour shortly and will be joined by Woe Of Tyrants and This Or The Apocalypse.
The tour dates are as follows:
November 27 - East Ridge, TN @ Warehouse Venue
November 29 - Claremore, OK @ King of Clubs
November 30 - Dallas, TX @ Molly’s
December 1 - Abilene, TX @ Rose Park Activity Building
December 2 - Austin, TX @ Red Seven
December 3 - Corpus Christi, TX @ The Compound
December 4 - Houston, TX @ Java Jazz (w/ August Burns Red)
December 6 - Pensacola, FL @ The Red Door
December 7 - Jacksonville, FL @ Fuel
December 8 - Augusta, GA @ Sector 7G
December 10 - Virginia Beach, VA @ Peppermint Beach Club
December 11 - Annapolis, MD @ Knights of Columbus
December 12 - Rockville, NY @ The Vibe Lounge
The second day of Indianapolis Metal Fest II has been cancelled. Here's a statement from show organizers:
"Due to issues entirely beyond our control, the Saturday show at 5100 W. 38th Street, Indianapolis has been cancelled. More details will be available on our website soon.
"We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. Make-up dates are being considered, and we are certain to file legal action against the parties responsible for this situation.
"Thanks to all who came out to the show on Friday night -- it was a GREAT crowd and the bands were amazing. Though we were unable to give you the show we wanted to give you due to problems and code violations within the venue, I think we all pulled together as best we could and made the Friday night show one hell of a good show.
"Special thanks to Morgan and Mercedes Lander from Kittie for being so exceptionally cool. Extra special thanks to Dino Cazares for invaluable advice and support during the show.
"A major announcement and statement will be made concerning this issue in a day or so."
Monolith Entertainment and the Indianapolis Metal Fest II have announced a change in venue for the two day event to be held September 26th and 27th, 2008. The festival, dubbed "the Midwest's fastest growing celebration of all things metal," will move to the Marquee Convention and Event Center located at 5100 W. 38th Street in Indianapolis, IN 46254.
The Festival was originally scheduled to be held at the Madame C.J. Walker Theatre but the organizers moved the event to the new venue to accommodate the comfort of additional fans to move inside in case of inclement weather.
Monolith Entertainment is working through all media outlets to inform all fans who have already purchased tickets that these tickets are remain valid at the new venue. All other details remain the same with regards to the show and ticket booking info.
The Indianapolis Metal Fest II is featuring acts from all over the world and from all genres of metal including: Dew-Scented, Kittie, Divine Heresy, Into Eternity, Arsis, Mustasch, Ekotren, Demiricous, Shadowside, The Absence, Woe of Tyrants, Psyopus, Wykked Wytch, Obszon Geschopf, Threat Signal, Green Jelly, Into Eternity, Daylight Dies, Bleed The Sky, Destrophy, Skeletonwitch, The Destro, Gates Of Slumber and more.
Nuclear Blast USA Recording artist and death metal act Arsis is confirmed to appear at the Indianapolis Metal Fest II on September 26th and 27.
Arsis joins label mates Dew-Scented, Threat Signal, and Bleed the Sky for their first-ever appearance at what's being touted as the "fastest growing celebration of all things metal." In its second year, the Indianapolis Metal Fest is setting itself apart from other metal festivals by highlighting diverse bands from all metal genres.
2008 has proved to be busy and successful for the Virginia-based Arsis, which is arriving in Indianapolis fresh off their summer "Trash and Burn Tour" with Misery Signal, Darkest Hour, and Parkway Drive and will hit the road again in November on the "European MetalFest Tour" with Morbid Angel and Kataklysm through the end of the year. Arsis is performing and touring with material from their latest Nuclear Blast Release, "We are the Nightmare."
Joining Arsis, Dew-Scented, Threat Signal, and Bleed the Sky at the Indianapolis Metal Fest II will be national bands Kittie, Divine Heresy, Mustasch, The Absence, Ekotren, Woe of Tyrants, Demiricous, Shadowside (Brazil), Level-C, Wykked Wytch, Obszon Geschopf (France), Green Jelly, Into Eternity, Daylight Dies, Destrophy, Skeletonwitch, The Destro, Gates of Slumber, Gigan, Black Chapel, and a number of hand-picked artists and regional favorites.
The show will take place at Madame Walker Theater, located at 617 Indiana Avenue in Indianapolis. Two-day tickets are $30 in advance/$40 at the door. Tickets are available at indianapolismetalfest.com, www.myspace.com/indymetalfest or by phone at (888) 690-9875.
Tickets are also available locally at select retails locations listed below. More...
Woe Of Tyrants will be hitting the road with The Heartland and Dead Will Rise in mid June through mid-July. The latest tour dates are as follows:
6/14 North Tonawanda, NY @ The Sikora Post
6/15 Vestal, NY @ The Vestal Firehall Center
6/16 Charleroi, PA @ Club Octane
6/17 Masury, OH @ Curtis Elementary
6/18 Wheeling, WV @ Yesterdays Draught House
6/19 Pulaski, VA @ The Kazamere
6/20 Danville, VA @ Plan B
6/21 Berryville, VA @ TBA
6/22 Johnson City, TN @ The Hideaway
6/23 Dalton, GA @ The Venue
6/24 Winter Park, FL @ The Haven Lounge
6/25 Mobile, AL @ TBA
6/26 Houston, TX @ TBA
6/27 Corpus Christi, TX @ The Compound
6/28 Harlingen, TX @ Studio 7th Level
6/29 El Paso, TX @ The Corona Bar
6/30 San Antonio, TX @ The Underground
7/1 Austin, TX @ TBA
7/2 Shawnee, OK @ The Fusion Effect
7/3 Joplin, MO @ The Cesspool Castle
7/4 St. Louis, MO @ APOP Records
7/5 Springfield, MO @ The Vault
7/6 Hutchinson, KS @ McGraws
7/7 Omaha, NE @ Club Roxbury
7/8 Mason City, IA @ TBA
7/9 Chicago, IL @ TBA
7/10 Richmond, IN @ TBA
7/11 Toledom OH @ Frankies w/ Sender Receiver
7/12 Southgatem MI @ The Modern Exchange w/ Sender Receiver
Full Blown Chaos, Shai Hulud, Elysia, and Woe Of Tyrants will tour the U.S. together this summer. The following tour dates have been announced so far:
7/14 Poughskeepsie, NY @ The Loft
7/16 Buffalo, NY @ The Mohawk Place
7/17 Pittsburgh, PA @ Stratus Night Club
7/18 Cleveland Heights, OH @ The Grog Shop
7/19 Detroit, MI @ The Magic Stick
7/20 KeKalb, IL @ House Cafe
7/22 Milwaukee, WI @ Shorewood Legion Hall
7/27 Denver, CO @ the Marquis
7/29 Salt Lake City, UT @ Outer Rim
7/31 Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
8/1 Portland, OR @ The Satyricon
8/2 Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk
8/6 Hollywood, CA @ The Knitting Factory
8/7 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
8/8 San Diego, CA @ Soma Sidestage
Woe Of Tyrants will enter the studio in May to record their Metal Blade Records debut, titled "Kingdom of Might." The effort will be engineered and produced by Joey Sturgis (The Devil Wears Prada) and should hit streets next September. A demo version of a track from the upcoming album is now online.
The band will suspend all touring until they finish writing the new album.