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Nebraska-based power metallers CELLADOR have posted the third (and one of the last) clip of a demo song on their MySpace page. This time, the chosen track is called "In My Hands" and features only the solo section. "In My Hands" is expected to appear on the band's next album, which will be recorded between November and December in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL) and mixed by Jason Suecof (TRIVIUM, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, DEVILDRIVER, BURY YOUR DEAD).
Guitarist Bill Hudson says: "We're finally realizing what we heard from our idols since forever: That fans always get weirded out by the slightest change. Because of that, we decided to upload the solo section of one of the fastest tracks will have in this album. This is the CELLADOR you're all used to, only a step higher, at least in our opinion. So far, we have shown 'Follow Me', which is basically a straight-up power metal song, 'King of Your Illusion', which is our first midtempo ever and now 'In My Hands', to show you all that we're still the same band! This track is fast, it has shredding, it will blow your minds! Again, it'll be online for a limited period of time, and it will be the last track for a while! We might upload one more before we go to the studio in November, but that will take some time."
CELLADOR's "Enter Deception" album was released in June 2006 via Metal Blade. The CD was recorded at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan.
Nebraska-based power metallers CELLADOR have posted a demo version of another new track on their MySpace page. The song, "King of Your Illusion", is expected to appear on the band's next album, which will be recorded between November and December in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL) and mixed by Jason Suecof (TRIVIUM, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, DEVILDRIVER, BURY YOUR DEAD).
Commented singer Michael Gremio: "Differently than 'Follow Me' [the other new song that was recently released], this track sounds nothing like [CELLADOR's debut album] 'Enter Deception'. It's the first time we wrote a midtempo song, and the vocal and guitar work are different that what we usually do. That's part of the variety we've been talking about for the next record. We're very satisfied with this song and really want all of you to hear it".
Trail of Tears will head over for a full headlining tour in January/February 2008. Support comes from Cellador, Echoes of Eternity and Unexpect. After five albums we feel that it`s about damn time and we can`t wait to come and party with our American friends!
The tour goes onsale through an exclusive internet presale starting 7/18 through ENTERTHEVAULT.COM and will run exclusive till Aug 10 , when the tour goes onsale through normal ticketing outlets
15.01.08 US - Charlotte, NC / Tremont Music Hall
16.01.08 US - West Springfield, VA / Jaxx
17.01.08 US - Hartford, CT / Webster Theatre
18.01.08 US - Poughkeepsie, NY / The Chance
19.01.08 US - Bedford, NH / Mark`s Place
20.01.08 US - New York City, NY / BB Kings Blues Club
22.01.08 CA - Quebec City, QUE / Velvet
23.01.08 CA - Montreal, QUE / FouFounes
24.01.08 CA - Toronto, ONT / The Funhaus
25.01.08 US - Cleveland, OH / Peabody`s Down Under
26.01.08 US - Mokena, ILL / The Pearl Room
27.01.08 US - St Paul, MN / Station 4
30.01.08 US - Seattle, WA / El Corazon
31.01.08 US - Portland, OR / Roseland Grill
01.02.08 US - San Fransisco, CA / TBA
02.02.08 US - Corona, CA / Showcase Theatre
03.02.08 MX - Mexicali, MEX / El Jardin del Silencio Extreme Rock Bar
04.02.08 US - West Hollywood, CA / Whiskey a Go Go
06.02.08 US - Denver, CO / Bluebird Theather
07.02.08 US - Albuquerque, NM / Launch Pad
08.02.08 US - San Antonio, TX / White Rabbit
09.02.08 US - Dallas, TX / TBA
10.02.08 US - Houston, TX / Meridian
Self proclaimed "death rap" artist Necro has issued the follwing statement from his official Myspace:
"I decided to leave the tour collectively with my manager and booking agent (both tour organizers) because we felt the tour’s demographic was not receiving hip hop well. I was facing hostile, disrespectful crowds and was returning the same energy back ten-fold by being more aggressive than them.
It was making a lot of people in the tour crew nervous and there was concern someone might get hurt (NOT ME). It was also being suggested that maybe I tone down my live show and not antagonize the already antagonistic crowd. I couldn’t roll with that as it’s not my style. I was holding back enough as it is but there is a line. All the bands on the tour loved us and everyone behind the scenes knew we displayed major heart and never once got phased by the hostility. We finished every show with middle fingers up and a big "Fuck You" to the crowd.
I will make one thing clear for the haters: we NEVER got booed OFF the stage. Not once. Yes a ton of emo kids booed us at every show, but we had a twenty-five minute set every night and we stayed on stage for every minute of it, and we represented. Every show had at least 100 to 200 Necro fans in the pit tearing it up, and our meet and greets were incredible!
It’s just a shame these little kids are so close-minded. The majority of the hate was coming from mop top emo sixteen-year olds who have no clue who the originators of metal are, and didn’t respect my rest in peace chant to metal legends (Dime, Cliff, Chuck, Piggy, SOB).
As far as the tour organizers and I are concerned, you are my people so it’s all love and I’m thankful for the opportunity to prove I can murder it in the worst of situations. This actually did a lot for me and is just one move in many my team will make to blow Necro up"
The track listing has been revealed for the upcoming 2-CD/1 DVD "2007 Sounds Of The Underground" compilation. The outing will be limited to a pressing of 10,000 copies and will be available only at "Hot Topic" stores. It will run as follows:
01 - GWAR - "Eighth Lock"
02 - Shadows Fall - "Failure Of The Devout"
03 - Chimaira - "Resurrection"
04 - Every Time I Die - "The New Black"
05 - Job For A Cowboy - "Embedded"
06 - Necro - "The Pre-Fix For Death"
07 - Darkest Hour - "Doomsayer (The Beginning Of The End)"
08 - Amon Amarth - "Runes To My Memory"
09 - The Acacia Strain - "4x4' from 'The Dead Walk"
10 - The Devil Wears Prada - "HTML Rulz Dood"
11 - Heavy Heavy Low Low - "Mall-Nutrition"
12 - The Number Twelve Looks Like You - "Sleeping With The Fishes, See?"
13 - Goatwhore - "Alchemy Of The Black Sun Cult"
14 - This Is Hell - "Permanence"
15 - 2Cents - "The Wedding Dress"
01 - Throwdown - "Holy Roller"
02 - A Life Once Lost - "Firewater Joyride"
03 - Beneath The Massacre - "Modern Age Slavery"
04 - NORA - "Save Yourself"
05 - Cellador - "Never Again"
06 - Since The Flood - "Strength"
07 - Anterior - "The Silent Divide"
08 - It Dies Today - "Reignite The Fires"
09 - Autumn - "My New Time"
10 - Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster - "Death Is An Alcoholic"
11 - Poison The Well - "Letter Thing"
12 - Walls Of Jericho - "And Hope To Die"
13 - See You Next Tuesday - "Honey I've Never Had Sex That Wasn't Awkward"
14 - Skeletonwitch - "Beyond The Permafrost (Demo)"
15 - The Minor Times - "Casket City Lights"
16 - The Human Abstract - "Vela, Together We Await The Storm"
Sights Of The Underground DVD:
01 - GWAR - "Eighth Lock"
02 - Shadows Fall - "Redemption"
03 - Chimaira - "Resurrection"
04 - Every Time I Die - "The New Black"
05 - Necro - "Beautiful Music For You To Die To"
06 - Darkest Hour - "Sound The Surrender"
07 - Amon Amarth - "Cry Of The Blackbirds"
08 - The Acacia Strain - "Angry Mob Justice"
09 - The Number Twelve Looks Like You - "Like A Cat"
10 - Goatwhore - "Alchemy Of The Black Sun Cult"
11 - This Is Hell - "The Polygraph Cheaters"
12 - 2Cents - "The Wedding Dress"
13 - Kylesa - "Hollow Severer"
14 - Terror - "Lost' from 'Always The Hard Way"
15 - Misery Signals - "The Failsafe"
More info on the tour itself can be found at soundsoftheundergroundtour.com.
KING DIAMOND will be teaming up with KREATOR, LEAVES' EYES and CELLADOR for a 2008 North American tour. The complete itinerary for the tour is as follows:
22 - Ft lauderdale, FL - Culture Room
23 - Orlando, FL - House of Blues
25 - Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues
26 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
28 - Charlotte, NC - Tremont Street Music Hall
29 - Springfield, VA - Jaxx
30 - Philadelphia, PA - THe Trocadero More...
Omaha, Nebraska power metallers CELLADOR are currently in their home studio doing the pre-production for their upcoming album, which should come out early 2008.
Guitarist Bill Hudson and newly acquired bassist Mika Horiuchi have recorded a short video where they talk about the next album, and play a small section of one of the songs. The clip can be seen here.
CELLADOR's "Enter Deception" album was released in June 2006 via Metal Blade. The CD was recorded at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL). More...
After filling in for the band's shows for the last two months, 21-year-old Mika Horiuchi has been officially named CELLADOR's new bass player.
Comments guitarist Chris Petersen: "After holding auditions for three months we realized Mika was the best person for the band. He showed the most devotion and commitment, having learned all our songs in less than a week, and dropped all his personal commitments at the time to come on tour with us during the month of February. The dude is an insane bass shredder, but also knows how to carry a song well rather than wanking all over the place. It's the perfect combination we were looking for, and the perfect fit for us in CELLADOR. We look forward to showing everyone just how good he is."
Originally from Seattle, Mika previously played in the Washington-based melodic death metal band NETHERELM. More...
Nebraska-based extreme power metallers CELLADOR have parted ways with drummer David Dahir.
Commented guitarist Bill Hudson: "It's been less than four months since we parted ways with our bass player, and we're happy to inform you that we have found a replacement. His name will be announced soon, but I can assure that some of you already know who he is. He's definitely the best choice we could have made, and you'll all be very impressed with him. But unfortunately, I have to — once again — announce that CELLADOR is currently no longer working with drummer and very good friend David Dahir. He has always been more into death metal and more brutal styles of music, and even more recently has began to further venture into the realm of extreme music. In the last few months Dave has become more interested in these styles and because of this everyone involved thought it would be good if we tried different things. Maybe we'll work together again in the future. Who knows? Dave is very talented and young, and we'll be happy to help him in anyway we possibly can. We're sure you'll hear about his other musical projects very soon. More...
Cellador has comfirned their appearance at this year’s ProgPower USA festival. Cellador will be performing at the ProgPower Showcase on Thursday October 4th at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA.
For tickets to the ProgPower Showcase visit ProgPowerUSA.com. Tickets are currently on sale.
ProgPower USA has garnered worldwide acclaim for not only the setting the standard for excellence in the U.S. underground metal scene, but for the rare moments over the years including the Savatage reunion (disguised as Weapons of Mass Destruction), Conception’s reunion show, Pain of Salvation’s all request set, Rob Rock & Timo Kotipelto assisting Edguy with Avantasia songs, Evergrey's 3 hour marathon set (including choir & string quartet) and last year’s all-star vocal ensemble performance of “Stars” led by Jorn Lande. Promoter Glenn Harveston adds, "This is the festival where the magic happens. I wouldn't be surprised if something special happens this year."
The lineup has been announced for this year's New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. The event will be headlined by black metal act Dimmu Borgir and feature performances from Bury Your Dead, Kylesa, The Devil Wears Prada, 100 Demons, Nora, The Human Abstract, Death Before Dishonor, Dead Hearts, Unearth, Shai Hulud and many more.
The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival take place at the Palladium, located at 261 Main Street in Worcester, Mass.
The full lineup is as follows (in no particular order): More...
There is a new live performance video of Cellador playing their track “Never Again” available for viewing on the Underground Video Television Website. The footage was taken at The Palladium in Worcester MA last year during the band’s tour with Trivium.
Nebraska-based extreme power metallers CELLADOR have parted ways with bass player Val Rakhmanov.
"The split was in no way in bad terms," says guitarist Bill Hudson. "Val is still one of my best friends and I intend to help him in any way I can with his future projects. No shows will be cancelled, and we are already holding auditions in order to find a replacement. We'll have a temporary fill in for the upcoming dates, which will include a show with UNEARTH in our hometown followed by a two-week tour supporting ALL THAT REMAINS, which will begin on February 10. After we're back, we'll resume the auditions and hopefully will be able to announce a replacement for Val."
If you think you have what it takes to be the bassist in CELLADOR, visit www.cellador.com for more information.
Massachusetts' ALL THAT REMAINS have returned from a sold-out tour of the United Kingdom alongside DragonForce and are currently taking a short break back home before gearing up for the band's first headling tour, set to begin Jan. 23. Support will come from Misery Signals with rotating appearances from Sanctity, Cellador, The Human Abstract and labelmates LIGHT THIS CITY.
"We just got back from our fourth UK tour and it was a great time," frontman Phil Labonte said. "This time we were lucky enough to go out with our great friends in DragonForce. This is our third tour with these guys so its like touring with old pals. Of course all the shows were sold out and a great time! Thanks to all our old friends for coming out and cheers to all the new cool people we met this time! We'll be back in March/April so make sure you come on out and buy us a drink!!"
Continuing to support the band's latest release, 'The Fall of Ideals,' ALL THAT REMAINS has had a busy year, already appearing on the second stage of Ozzfest, hitting Europe on Sounds of the Underground 2006, and opening for Killswitch Engage as well as touring with DragonForce both at home and abroad. In March and April ALL THAT REMAINS will head to Europe again to headline with support from Misery Signals and Textures.
MTV has also nominated the band's video for "This Calling" for video of the year on Headbangers Ball.
Here is a current list of All That Remains tour dates: More...
CELLADOR guitarist Bill Hudson has a featured guitar solo on the song "I Ain't Even" by the up-and-coming metal group MYSERA. Hear the recording at www.myspace.com/myserametal.
MYSERA is the brainchild of ex-CELLADOR guitarist Sam Chatham. Formed in 2006, MYSERA consists of Chatham, vocalist Criss Cain (THE VILLIAN, BLACK ILLUSION), guitarist Andrew Prine, and bassist Lucas Thompson (THE VILLIAN).
Omaha Power-metallers are proud to announce their addition to the east coast dates of the Trivium U.S. tour!
Cellador guitarist Chris Petersen comments, "We are proud to announce that we have been invited for a swing of East Coast and Canada dates with metal masters Trivium running from the 1st of October through to the 9th. It's an honor and privilege to share the stage with one of the young purveyors of today's modern American metal revitalization, and it is a pleasure to be joining them for the starting leg of their first ever North American headlining tour. We are looking forward to heading back out to the East Coast, where we met some of our most devoted friends and fans during our recently completed summer US tour. The support and energy we felt and received was far beyond anything we could have imagined for our band this early on in our careers, and thus we anxiously await heading back out on the road to meet all our new friends again as well as all the new ones we hope to make as well. We have had many emails and messages from fans and friends in Canada who have been waiting to see us, and we are excited to finally be able to come out and perform for all of you. We have a new variety of merch that will be available exclusively on this tour, so be to stop by our booth and have yourself a look (we're always over there anyway). See you guys soon!"
Tour w/ Trivium, The Sword and Protest the Hero
10/01 Lake Buena Vista , FL House of Blues Orlando
10/02 Atlanta , GA Masquerade
10/03 Norfolk , VA Norva Theatre
10/04 Baltimore , MD Recher Theatre
10/06 Philadelphia , PA The Trocadero
10/07 Worcester , MA Palladium
10/08 Montreal , QC Medley
10/09 Toronto , ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
Job For A Cowboy's new EP for recent contractors Metal Blade Records, "Doom", can now be pre-ordered at both this location for Australians (export postage available, but will cost extra) and through Relapse Distribution, here.
As previously reported, Job For A Cowboy will be making an appearance on the second day of the 2006 Saints & Sinners Festival at the Asbury Park Convention Hall Complex in Asbury Park, NJ. Tickets are now on sale for both the October 28th and 29th shows through Ticketmaster for $32 for a single day, or $58 for both. The Fest will map out like this:
Saturday 28th of October:
From First To Last
Every Time I Die
The Devil Wears Prada
Drop Dead, Gorgeous
Sunday 29th of October:
A Life Once Lost
Job For A Cowboy
From A Second Story Window
The third annual Omaha Metalfest is set to take place on Friday, August 18 and Saturday, August 26 at The Rock in Papillion, NE. This year's festival, which will include performances by more than two dozen area/regional bands, will take place on two days due to the cancellation of last year's event. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
Friday, August 18, 2006:
THE MESSIAH COMPLEX
THE M'NAUGHTEN RULE
Saturday, August 26, 2006:
AXES TO THE SKY
THE LIFELESS DESIGN
Trivium have announced their first ever North American headline tour set to kick off on October 1st. The trek will be in support of their new album, "The Crusade," which is set for release in the US & Canada on October 10.
The Sword and Protest The Hero will be support for the whole tour, while Seemless and Sanctity along with Cellador will split time as the tour openers (* see below for details).
The tour will run from October 1st through November 5th.
TOUR DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DATE CITY VENUE
10/01/06 Orlando, FL House Of Blues
10/02/06 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
10/03/06 Norfolk, VA The Norva
10/04/06 Towson, MD Recher Theatre
10/06/06 Philadelphia, PA The Trocadero
10/07/06 Worcester, MA The Palladium
10/08/06 Montreal, QC Le Medley
10/09/06 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
10/10/06 Rochester, NY Waterstreet Music Hall
10/11/06 New York, NY Avalon
10/13/06 Cleveland, OH Peabody's Down Under
10/14/06 Detroit, MI Harpo's
10/15/06 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
10/16/06 Cincinnati, OH Bogarts
10/17/06 Chicago, IL Metro
10/18/06 St. Paul, MN Station 4
10/20/06 Englewood, CO Gothic Theatre
10/21/06 Salt Lake City, UT Avalon Theater
10/23/06 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theater
10/24/06 Vancouver, BC Croatian Cultural Centre
10/25/06 Seattle, WA El Corazon
10/27/06 San Francisco, CA Slim's
10/28/06 Los Angeles, CA The Avalon
10/29/06 San Diego, CA Soma
10/30/06 Pomona, CA Glasshouse
11/01/06 Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre
11/03/06 Houston, TX The Meridian
11/04/06 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit
11/05/06 Dallas, TX Ridglea Theatre
* Cellador: October 1 - October 9
* Sanctity: October 10 - October 18
* Seemless: October 20 - November 5
Welcome to the return of This Week In Metal, a column I used to do before I was forced to take a hiatus from metalunderground.com. In this weekly column, we will update the top 10 selling albums in the metal industry (courtesy of CMJ) and the top 10 radio singles (pulled from Music Match). They use a number of sources for the list, including all satellite radio. While you may find a few bands that are too soft for the list, I assure you there will be more then enough surprises. Feel free to comment on the list and who you think is over/under-rated, what bands you expected to see and which ones you didn't. Again this column will run weekly, so be sure to check for it every Thursday in the columns area of MetalUnderground.com.
Now for the music, we will start each week with the albums. It's a good mix of what bands are bursting the underground, and some bands that have been killing for quite a while now.
|1||Shadows Fall||Fallout From The War||1||1|
|2||SYL||The New Black||1||2|
|3||All That Remains||The Fall Of Ideas||1||3|
|6||Stone Sour||Come What(ever) May||1||6|
|7||BTBAM||The Anatomy Of||1||7|
|9||The Acacia Strain||Dead Walk||1||9|
|10||Bury Your Dead||Beauty And The Breakdown||1||10|
Now for the tunes. These singles are a real who's who amongst metal right now. I find the list to be powerful and only really have one flaw. Keep in mind some songs have been out longer then others and have picked up a good fanbase on the radio, other songs have just come out and are sure to see their time at the top.
|1||Shadows Fall||Will To Rebuild||1||1|
|3||Lamb of God||Redneck||1||3|
|5||All That Remains||This Calling||1||5|
|7||Threat Signal||Rational Eyes||1||7|
|9||Black Label Society||Concrete Jungle||1||9|