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Eternal Lord have parted ways with their drummer, which has resulted in the cancellation of their tour with The Acacia Strain. They have left the following explanation on their MySpace page:
"A couple days ago Stu decided to quit Eternal Lord leaving us in the lurch for all the upcoming shows and U.S Tour. We are sorry but we are gonna have to cancel a lot of shows and the US tour we have coming up as a result of this."
"We know this is letting a lot of people that have worked hard for EL and our supporting fans down but this situation is out of our control. We tried to find someone to fill in but failed." More...
Massachusetts based metallers, THE ACACIA STRAIN, have announced tour dates with All Shall Perish and Since the Flood. The dates are as follows:
With The Warriors:
5.30.08 CLUB INFINITY, Williamsville, NY
6.01.08 THE RITZ - Warren, MI
6.02.08 REGGIE’S ROCK CLUB - Chicago, IL
6.03.08 TRIPLE ROCK SOCIAL CLUB - Minneapolis, MN
6.05.08 AQUARIUM - Fargo, ND
6.06.08 SOKOL UNDERGROUND - Omaha, NE
6.07.08 MARQUIS THEATRE - Denver, CO
6.09.08 THE VENUE - Boise, ID
6.10.08 THE BOULEVARD - Spokane,WA
6.11.08 STUDIO SEVEN - Seattle, WA
6.12.08 SATYRICON - Portland, OR
6.13.08 THE BOARDWALK - Orangevale, CA
With Eternal Lord:
6.14.08 CHAIN REACTION - Anaheim, CA
6.15.08 HUDSON THEATRE - San Bernardino, CA
6.16.08 JERRY’S PIZZA - Bakersfield, CA
6.18.08 THE ROCK (AZ) - Tucson, AZ
6.19.08 LAS CRUCES LIVE - Las Cruces, NM
6.20.08 RED 7 - Austin, TX
6.21.08 FAT DADDY’S SOUND SHACK - Lewisville, TX
6.22.08 CRUSH LOUNGE - Tulsa, OK
6.24.08 THE MUSE - Nashville, TN
6.25.08 MUSIC FARM - Charleston, SC
6.26.08 KC’S MUSIC ALLEY - Fredericksburg, VA
6.27.08 CHAMPION SHIP - Lemoyne, PA
6.28.08 STARLAND BALLROOM - INFEST- Sayreville, NJ
6.29.08 THE WATERFRONT - Holyoke, MA (filming of new DVD)
Swindon based epic metallers The Scarlet Hourglass have parted ways with vocalist Mat Horrors. The band check in with the following:
"We are now working with new vocalist Sam Ricketts Ex - Eternal Lord,
Mat, decide to leave TSH, we dont really mind to much, you can check out his new band, EVERYDAY HELL, its in the lines of Modern Life is War.
"For Us, We have a few New songs in the pipeline, one has been Demoed Up already, so we are working fast
"We just Recorded 2 weeks ago the track "Last Haunting Words" go check that out!
"Sam, will be Re Writing all the lyrics tho to the tracks we play live, soo dont bother Learning the ones Mat wrote!
"I cant wait to get underway!
"We have had to cancel the 2 shows we have this week. We are really sorry to the Promoters, but its out of are hands."
Infest 2008 will take place on June 28th at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ. Tickets are $28 in advance. In addition to one main performer which has yet to be disclosed, the following artists are slated to appear:
The Black Dahlia Murder
The Acacia Strain
All Shall Perish
Born of Osiris
Since The Flood
Brother Von Doom
Oakland CA’s very own ALL SHALL PERISH will be taking part in this Summer’s Sun Your Bunz tour featuring headliners THE ACACIA STRAIN. Support will come from THE WARRIORS (May 30th – June 14th), ETERNAL LORD (June 14th – 29th) and SINCE THE FLOOD. Drummer, Matt Kuykendall, commented on being in a yet another cramped space with the same sweaty dudes for another month:
"This fucking tour is going to crush! We love the ACACIA STRAIN’s music and the great dudes in the band. THE WARRIORS are added to half the tour as well, so its not only gonna be a mosh nightmare but an awesome time with old friends. We are also going to debut around three new songs so we cant wait! SINCE THE FLOOD has always been awesome hardcore and now with Nate Johnson singing for them they are going to be insane. We get to meet a bunch of Australians in ETERNAL LORD who are pretty much the nicest people on the planet; it’s gonna be a great tour. See you in the pit!" More...
Massachusetts’ THE ACACIA STRAIN are proud to announce a summer 2008 headlining tour across the United States. Dubbed the Sun Your Bunz Tour, and featuring support from All Shall Perish, The Warriors, Eternal Lord and Since The Flood, the tour with cross America from late-May into late-June. A tour admat is also available online here. The run will be in anticipation of THE ACACIA STRAIN’s forthcoming album, "Continent," which is scheduled for release later this year through Prosthetic Records.
Meanwhile, the band has posted a pre-production song entitled “Dr. Doom” from "Continent" on THE ACACIA STRAIN’s MySpace page. The band will head into the studio April 13 with producer Zeuss (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, Municipal Waste) at Planet Z studio, and pre-production for "Continent" has already been completed. For "Continent," THE ACACIA STRAIN has again tapped artist Paul Romano (Mastodon, The Red Chord, Trivium), who handled the artwork for the band’s previous release, "The Dead Walk," which saw a June 2006 release via Prosthetic Records.
Having just played a handful of Canadian shows in March as well as completing a successful headlining tour with Despised Icon, Full Blown Chaos, and The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza in November and December of 2007, THE ACACIA STRAIN will also play a hometown show April 26 in Worcester, Mass. as part of the 10th annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival.
Here are the latest THE ACACIA STRAIN tour dates: More...
UK metal band Eternal Lord has officially joined the Ferret Music roster. The group features Edward Butcher, former I Killed The Prom Queen frontman. Their new album, titled "Blessed By This Nightmare" will be available in March 2008. In the interim, you can check out a song from the effort here.
ETERNAL LORD have been added to the twelve UK dates of "The Fall Of Ideals European Tour 2007" supporting All That Remains, Textures and Misery Signals. Here are the tour dates:
April 08 - (UK) Kingston, The Peel
April 09 - (UK) London, Carlington Academy
April 10 - (UK) Southampton, Nexus
April 11 - (UK) Oxford, Zodiac
April 12 - (UK) Newport, TJs
April 13 - (UK) Stoke On Trent, The Sugarmill
April 14 - (UK) Sheffield, Corporation
April 15 - (UK) Manchester, Music Box
April 16 - (UK) Glasgow, Classic Grand
April 17 - (UK) Aberdeen, Moshulu
April 18 - (UK) Middlesbrough, Teesside University
April 19 - (UK) Brighton, Concorde 2