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Below is our complete Emmure 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.
Hailed by numerous critics as the group's best work to date, the new record from metalcore heavyweights Emmure, "Look At Yourself," has debuted with strong first week sales.
The follow-up to 2014's "Eternal Enemies" moved over 7,400 units (outperforming the previous record's first week by nearly 1,000 copies). The new album lands at #2 on the Billboard Hard Music chart and #3 on the Rock Music chart.
The band has toured aggressively for the last month supporting this record, and will conclude a North American run with After The Burial next week at So What Music Festival on March 25th. Catch the band live:
March 15th - Columbus, OH @ Park Street Saloon
March 16th - Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
March 17th - Freehold, NJ @ GameChanger World
March 18th - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
March 19th - New York, NY @ Webster Hall (Marlin Room)
March 20th - Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
March 21st - Greensboro, NC @ Arizona Pete's
March 22nd - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
March 23rd - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
March 25th - Grand Prairie, TX @ So What Music Festival More...
Lakeshore (ex-Emmure) debuts a new song and music video titled "History", taken from the upcoming debut EP "41". Explains guitarist Ben Lionetti:
"The first single ‘History‘ is about Joe and I’s history in music and really an ode to Emmure. It is a very personal song. We wanted to be very direct in what we said about the past as well as take a strong stand on what we intend for the future. We try to be positive and meaningful when we write music, yet have each and every listener be able to apply it to their own life, if it can help in anyway."
Check out now "History" below:
Emmure today unleashed seventh studio album, "Look At Yourself," via Sharptone Records. The new record showcases some of the band's most aggressive and introspective music to date, and now the band has dropped a music video for the track "Smokey," which can be viewed below.
In addition to the album release, Emmure remains on the road as part of the "Carry The Flame" U.S. tour with After The Burial. A complete list of the remaining dates can be found after the video clip.
Speaking about the release of "Look At Yourself," Frankie Palmeri (vocals) states, “It's hard to put in only a few words what ‘Look At Yourself’ means to us. We are beyond excited to be sharing this album with the world. It's everything an Emmure record is supposed to be and more.”
With the release of a seventh full-length record quickly approaching, Emmure today unleashes a brand new music video for the song "Flag of the Beast," which is featured on the upcoming album "Look At Yourself" (due out March 3rd on Sharptone Records).
Discussing the process behind the making of the new music video, Emmure front man Frankie Palmeri states: "I was very happy with the video we did with Aaron Marsh. He came to me with a vision based off his interpretation of the song, and he brought it completely to life. He wanted to give me an audience that becomes ultra violent or possessed by the lyrics of the song.
"'Flag of the Beast' represents the idea that I am in fact some sort of evil deity in some peoples eyes, but on the same coin I am sort of an anti-hero. It is about myself and how I view people that have exited my life or have looked at me like I’m not on the right path. It is about being the epitomy of all things that are against the grain. You can hate me if it makes you feel better, but I am not going anywhere." More...
Emmure's upcoming seventh studio album, "Look At Yourself," will see a March 3rd worldwide release via SharpTone Records.
Just prior to the release, Emmure will embark on a month-long trek in North America alongside After The Burial for the "Carry The Flame" tour, which begins on February 22nd in Cleveland, OH.
To give listeners a taste of what they can expect from Look At Yourself, the band has released two new songs off the album, "Russian Hotel Aftermath" and "Torch," which can be streamed below. More...
Metalcore group Emmure has revealed the cover and release date for upcoming album "Look At Yourself." The band's follow-up to 2014 album "Eternal Enemies" is Emmure's first with SharpTone Records and will be released on March 3rd, 2017.
Emmure premieres a new song entitled "Russian Hotel Aftermath", taken from the upcoming new album "Look at Yourself", which will be out in stores in early 2017 via SharpTone Records.
Check out now "Russian Hotel Aftermath" below.
With heavy hearts, notorious NYC deathcore mob Emmure announced today that the group's upcoming U.K. and European dates have been postponed. Emmure put out the following statement on Facebook:
“To our European supporters, it is with our most sincere apologies that we will need to cancel the upcoming Torch The Earth tour. Upon the initial planning of this tour our goal was to return to Europe in 2017 pairing a new record with the tour. Unfortunately some unexpected delays have hindered our chances of releasing the record in this time frame.
"We appreciate that our fans understand how important this release is to us, it is a record we have put so much effort into on every angle, and we feel we would be selling our fans and ourselves short if we compromised the overall release of it.
"We promise to be back at a later time in 2017, and with a brand new record. Refunds will be available at point of purchase for all cancelled shows.”
Emmure recently announced a worldwide signing to SharpTone Records / Nuclear Blast for the release of the band's 7th studio album, due in early 2017. More...
Third String Festivals recently announced the 10th anniversary celebration of So What?! Music Festival taking place March 24th - 26th. 2017.
To celebrate this occasion in the biggest way possible, they will be taking over multiple venues in Deep Ellum on Friday, March 24th to kick off the weekend and then head to AirHogs Stadium (formerly known as QuikTrip Park) on Saturday and Sunday (March 25th and 26th).
Today So What?! Music Festival is proud to announce the second round of artists including: Attila, Emmure, After The Burial, Backwordz, Capsize, Escape The Fate, Fit For an Autopsy, Invent Animate, I See Stars, Kublai Khan, Like Moths To Flames, Sworn In.
The festival also previously announced: Mayday Parade, Every Time I Die, Dance Gavin Dance, We The Kings, Set Your Goals, Chon, Envy on The Coast, Four Year Strong, Forever The Sickest Kids, and The Friday Night Boys. Additional announcements with all new artists will be revealed soon, stay tuned! More...
Emmure just announced the signing of a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast / SharpTone Records and is preparing to release 7th studio album in 2017.
This album will mark the band's first appearance with a newly revamped line up. Hear new single “Torch” below, and stay tuned for more album details to arrive shortly. A full list of upcoming tour dates is also available after the jump.
The cryptic collective of 5 that is Loathe just announced upcoming European and U.K. tour dates. Regarding the announcement, Loathe said:
"We would like to thank Emmure for inviting us to join them on the ‘Torch The Earth’ tour. It is a privilege to be a part of such a great collection of acts and we look forward to seeing you all soon."
The "Torch The Earth" tour package boasts a billing of Emmure, After The Burial, Fit For A King and Oceans Ate Alaska. The full tour will take the bands across 14 countries in a month, kicking off in Karlsruhe, Germany on January 13th, finishing in Leipzig, Germany on February 11th. More...
Attila premieres a new song and lyric video titled "Ignite", taken from the upcoming new album "Chaos", which will be out in stores later this year via SharpTone Records.
Check out now "Ignite" below.
Says frontman Chris Fronzak of the album: More...
When I browse around for unsigned bands, it's hard to find one that I like. Mostly since most unsigned bands lack a record deal for a reason. It's that your band just plain sucks horses. There are exceptions and there are bands who never get a record deal who deserved one but most of the time, most bands just suck too much to ever go anywhere.
Here are the main reasons why I've hated nearly all unsigned music that I've listened to. More...
Pro-Shot footage of Emmure's new lineup performing in Trier, Germany as part of the "Impericon Never Say Die! Open Air", has been posted on Youtube. The new lineup made its live debut on April 22 in Oberhausen, Germany as reported earlier.
The new lineup consists now of vocalist Frankie Palmeri, guitarist Josh Travis (ex-The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza, Glass Cloud), bassist Phil Lockett (ex-The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza) and drummer Josh Miller (ex-Glass Cloud).
Check out now the professionally filmed video footage below.
Fan-filmed footage of Emmure's new lineup debut gig, April 22nd, in Oberhausen, Germany has been posted on Youtube. While it’s clear that guitarist Josh Travis of The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza has joined the band, the identity of the new bassist and drummer remains unconfirmed. Fans who attended the show in Oberhausen report that former The Tony Tapdance Extravaganza bassist Phil Lockett and ex-Glass Cloud drummer Josh Miller may have joined Emmure as new members. An official announcement has yet to be made.
Check out the clip now below.
All Emmure members except vocalist Frankie Palmeri have exited the band. Mark Davis (bass), Jesse Ketive (lead guitar), Mike Mulholland (rhythm guitar), and Adam Pierce (drums) all plan to continue on together with a new project next year.
States Mark Davis:
"As some of you may or may not have heard, Jesse, Mikael, Adam, and myself are no longer in Emmure. We have decided collectively to pursue other endeavors. We would like to thank the Emmure fans for all the support and love over the years, and to everyone who has help the band on its way, you are all greatly appreciated. Be on the lookout for a new project from the four of us in 2016."
Continues Davis: More...
It's time for another bout of Pit Stories, and this week we find out about how Emmure ruined an entire tour for German band Annisokay (but what goes around comes around, as Emmure also just cancelled a tour due to health issues...). Annisokay shared this tale from the pit:
At a time where things really started rolling with the band, we went to an Emmure show in our hometown. While the rest of our band watched the show from a chilling place in the back, our drummer, who was a huge Emmure fan at this time, went to the first row and was more then excited to mosh to their songs. However when the first song started, something really bad happened to his right foot. He doesn’t really know what, but the pain was horrible.
When he made his way back to us out of the pit, the Emmure set was already half way through. He took of his shoe and his foot was double the normal size. A later visit in the hospital confirmed our worries. He fractured his feet and had to wear a plaster for many, many weeks. A whole tour had to be cancelled, but our drummer learned to play our songs with his left foot only, so the damage to the band was kept relatively small.
However, our own shows usually have a lot of pit action going on, including huge wall of deaths or stage dives even by our own front man Dave. It’s really good that we nearly never heard about any bad injuries that happened to our crowds yet.
The new Annisokay album "Enigmatic Smile" dropped today - April 14th - via Long Branch Records/SPV. Check out a music video off the album below. More...
Following torn vocal chord issues that occurred with front man Frankie Palmeri back in February, Emmure is now cancelling upcoming tour dates. The band commetns:
"Due to unfortunate circumstances, we must cancel our upcoming EU/UK touring plans with Caliban, Thy Art Is Murder and Sworn In due to Frankie’s still yet to be determined healing process. He has severe acute and chronic reflux laryngitis and a weak (partially paralyzed) left vocal cord.
"We appreciate the support we received on the last tour with Suicide Silence in Frankie’s absence, at this time we are going to put our focus towards writing a new album while he recovers and we hope to see you all very soon."
Detroit's Gift Giver today reveals a new track from forthcoming album "Shitlife," coming April 21st, 2015 via Century Media.
The song "Loose Cannon" is now on the Century Media YouTube channel and features Frankie Palmeri from Emmure. Check it out below. The full album's track listing is:
After Emmure's Frankie Palmeri announced he had torn his vocal chords and would be missing one show, he has now issued the following update about the status of the band's current tour with Suicide Silence:
"Hey everyone, Frankie here again. Just wanted to update you on my voice situation. First off.. the support and love I saw come from you guys was really incredible and I can't thank you enough for your understanding and concern.
"After returning to the stage last night in Nebraska, I decided it was best to really get a grasp on how much damage there is to my voice and whether or not I can actually continue on with the tour.
"I got the chance to see a doctor today in Des Moines, Iowa and was advised by a ENT specialist to not scream for at least the next two weeks. This was devastating news.
"But with that being said... that does not mean we are canceling and that does not mean I will not be on stage to deliver the best show possible regardless of my condition...
"I am highly depending on you, our fans. To come and help me get through these next couple weeks and really take part in the short time we have on stage as we support Suicide Silence on this 3 week long tour.
"And just in case anyone thinks I am full of shit I added the photos of my diagnosis from today's doctors visit. Again...this is just to keep you informed on how I am doing and to remind you all that that we are NOT canceling anymore shows and despite my condition I will be up there to perform and reconnect with all of you amazing supporters." More...