Extreme Noise Terror
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From: Ipswich, United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Active
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UK-based crust/grindcore outfit Extreme Noise Terror premieres its brand new song and video for "Punk Rock Patrol", taken from the upcoming self-titled new full-length, which will be out on November 5, 2015 via Willowtip Records.
Check out now "Punk Rock Patrol" below.
UK-based punk/grindcore outfit Extreme Noise Terror will unleash a self-titled new full-length via Willowtip Records on November 5, 2015.
Extreme Noise Terror's first studio album in six years sees the band returning to its hardcore punk roots with a manic, stripped down and aggressively raw sound that saw the band become a firm favorite throughout the '80s and '90s with punks and metal fans alike.
Tracked at Springvale Studios with longtime producer Mark H. Harwood, the album features the lead guitar talents of guest musician Kody from Singapore hardcore punk band Minus and includes a cover of "I Like Cola" by '80s Japanese hardcore pioneers, Outo, that sits alongside twelve of the band's fastest, most intense tracks to date.
Says frontman Dean Jones of the recording: "This album takes us purely back to the days of A Holocaust In Your Head, Earslaughter and Phonophobia with the true original blend of frenetic, super hi-octane fueled madness mixed with a few 'Show Us You Care'-style, catchy-as-hell, circle moshing break up bits. Our best album yet. If this doesn't blow your head off, nothing will!" More...
The new band Re/Volt has announced material is coming in 2013, and the band has now posted a promo video online announcing its formation. Check out the clip below. Re/Volt features:
Ean Jones - Vocals (EXTREME NOISE TERROR)
Kneill X - Guitar (KILLING JOKE/ DISGUST)
Chino Chris - Bass (EASTERN FRONT/RAW NOISE)
Lee Barratt - Drums (GALLOWS)
British thrash metal veterans Onslaught have confirmed that Desecration drummer Mic Hourihan, (also formerly of Extreme Noise Terror,) has joined the band on a permanent basis, replacing founding member Steve Grice, who left the band in March of this year, shortly after the release of the groups fifth studio album, "Sounds Of Violence." Despite joining Onslaught, Hourihan will continue to be a member of Desecration.
Onslaught bassist Jeff Williams comments: "I have to say I am so fucking happy to have Mic playing full time in Onslaught. Not only is he a really cool guy and a real pleasure to spend time with, but also without doubt the finest drummer that I have ever had the pleasure to play along side, everyone who came along to the Scream For Violence European, UK, Ireland or South American tours and saw Mic in action will certainly testify to this, the guy is a fucking machine! The Onslaught lineup is so powerful, focused and harmonious right now and the new album is going to completely fucking destroy! Bring it on!"
Mic Hourihan comments: "Its such a pleasure to be part of Onslaught, I am so looking forward to making the next record and of course all the touring that comes with being in such a great band!"
Candlelight Records announces upcoming career perspective releases by hardcore legends Discharge, Extreme Noise Terror and The Varukers as a continuation of their classic series. On August 23, the label will release "Desensitise" and "War is Hell" by Discharge, Extreme Noise Terror's "Holocaust in my Head" on September 27 and the two-disc "The Damnation of Our Species" from The Varukers.
Track listings for each release are noted below.
Discharge - Desensitise
1.) Blood Of The Innocent
3.) What Method What Madness
4.) They Lie You Die
5.) Becomes Again And Again
6.) Spoils Of War
7.) Persuasion = Power
8.) Web Of Disadvantage
9.) Ignorance Is Your Surrender
10.) Kept In The Dark
11.) You Have The Gun
12.) Will Deceive You
13.) Beginning Of The End
14.) No Return
15.) Legacy You Left Behind (Bonus)
16.) Propaganda Feeds More...
Crust punk/grindcore legends Extreme Noise Terror has posted a message online giving some information regarding the funeral for the band's vocalist Phil Vane, who sadly passed away a few weeks ago at the age of 46. The message reads as follows:
"Phil's funeral will be held at Colney Woodland Burial Park, Norwich, Norfolk on Tuesday March 15th. Service is at 2pm, please arrive by 1:30pm. Family and all friends welcome. No flowers. Wake to be held in The York Tavern nearby. Please all punks come in full force.
"Sam, Jennie, Dean, Chris and all at Extreme Noise Terror."
Phil Vane, one of the two vocalists of British crust punk/grindcore legends Extreme Noise Terror, has been found dead in his home. He was 46 years old. No cause of death has yet been revealed. A short statement from the band reads as follows:
"The rumors are true - we're sorry to announce that Phil (Vane) passed away recently. The band will make a full statement soon, but for now we need to take the time to come to terms with this terrible loss."
Phil Vane was one of the two vocalists of Extreme Noise Terror since the group's inception in 1985 along with singer Dean Jones and spent a brief period in the 1990's as the vocalist of fellow British grinders Napalm Death. For more information on Vane and Extreme Noise Terror, please check out last month's Sunday Old School article about the band.
Recently, the English county of Suffolk was given a shock when Cradle Of Filth frontman, Dani Filth, who hails from Ipswich town, was voted the county’s greatest cultural icon. But many fans of extreme metal and punk who have been around for a while would perhaps instead prefer this title to go to Extreme Noise Terror, one of the most influential grindcore and crust punk bands of all time. The group formed in 1985, also in the town of Ipswich and were notable for being one of the few bands that utilised the use of two vocalists, being inspired in this angle by Antisect. Before long, the band signed with Manic Ears Records and released a split LP with Chaos UK entitled, "Radioactive Earslaughter." Around this time, the band were being grouped with another bunch of British bands, including Napalm Death and Bolt Thrower, under an ever changing label, eventually becoming known as grindcore, though the band expressed discomfort with the term.
After releasing the split LP with Chaos UK, the band attracted the attention of legendary DJ John Peel, who offered them a prestigious "Peel Session" slot, which in turn allowed ENT to record their debut full length album, ”A Holocaust In Your Head,” which has since become one of the most acclaimed grindcore albums in history. The band continued to garner interest from strange places, not least when they were contacted by Bill Drummond of legendary acid house band, The KLF. Drummond asked Extreme Noise Terror to re-record the KLF song, "3 A.M. Eternal," with the intention of getting the band television time on the famous Top of the Pops program. Despite the good performance of the single, the BBC denied the band an appearance on the show, fearing the song wasn’t appropriate for broadcast, which led to The KLF boycotting the program. However, the two groups did team up for a performance at the 1992 BRIT Awards, which made national news when the performance culminated in a machine gun being fired into the crowd.
Following this controversy, Extreme Noise Terror continued to tour wherever they could, going through a number of lineup changes in the process. Eventually, the band signed a new deal with Earache Records, re-recording a wealth of old material for the, “Retro-bution” release. Not long after however, the band faced one of their biggest challenges when vocalist Phil Vane left the band, but the band was helped when Napalm Death vocalist Barney Greenway, who had just been fired from his band, decided to join ENT. Funnily enough, Phil Vane became the new singer for Napalm Death, although he would never record an album with them. Now with Greenway in tow, the band got to work on a new studio album, resulting in, "Damage 381." The album saw the band enter a more death metal orientated area, incorporating blast beats and more screams. Following the release of the album however, Greenway returned to Napalm Death and Vane eventually came back to ENT. Since then, the band has continued to change members, with vocalist Dean Jones remaining the only constant member, as Vane left again in 1999, only to return in 2006. The band continue to tour and record new material, often in the form of split EPs. More...
New York crossover legends Life Of Agony will be heading to the United Kingdom for the first time in four years this October to headling the Jager stage at the Damnation Festival which takes place on October 24th at the Leeds University.
Damnation Festival director Gavin McInally said: "Landing a headliner of Life of Agony’s stature is a major coup and the fact it’s the first time they’ll play the UK in four years, makes it all the more special.
"After playing some off the biggest and most respected rock and metal events across Europe this summer, they’ll fly in from New York for this one-off performance and we’re delighted to host what is sure to be a special show."
The lineup is as follows: More...
Earache Records is set to release a special 118-track, 3-CD compilation called Grind Madness At The BBC (The Earache Peel Sessions), featuring some of the first ever grindcore recordings. The tracks are all taken from the legendary John Peel's early BBC radio sessions, which were recorded at the Maida Vale studios in London, UK between 1987 and 1990, and mark a historic moment in the world of extreme music.
John Peel was a huge supporter of the label and it's extreme bands, offering the likes of HERESY and NAPALM DEATH the chance to lay down some tracks for his national UK radio show.
The three-disc set features 118 tracks of classic recordings from Napalm Death, Carcass, BOLT THROWER, EXTREME NOISE TERROR, GODFLESH, Heresy, UNSEEN TERROR and INTENSE DEGREE, combining to a total running time of over three and a half hours.
The three-disc set comes housed in a slipcase sleeve and includes an extensive interview with ex-Napalm Death drummer and inventor of the term "grindcore", Mick Harris. The collection will be released on October 12th.
Manatees has been confirmed for UK's Damnation Festival 2009, set to take place Saturday 24th October at Leeds University Union.
Festival director Gavin McInally said: "Manatees will bring to the mix their blend of soul-crushing progressive sludge in what is shaping up to be our most eclectic lineup yet."
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
A STORM OF LIGHT
EXTREME NOISE TERROR
THIS WILL DESTROY YOU
For more information, visit damnationfestival.co.uk.
Extreme Noise Terror have posted two brand new songs entitled "Believe What I Say" and "Parasites" online at their official Myspace. Click here to check them out.
The songs come off the bands forthcoming new album, "Law Of Retaliation" which is set for an October release.
Requiem has announced a number of summer tour dates, including a tour with Extreme Noise Terror, Abaddon Incarnate, Coldwar, Memorial and Shadow's Far. The latest Requiem tour dates follow:
23.08.2008 CH-Muotathal (Mountains of Death Openair)
12.09.2008 CH-Thun, The Rock
EXTREME NOISE TERROR, REQUIEM, ABADDON INCARNATE, COLDWAR, MEMORIAL, SHADOW'S FAR
19.09.2008 D-Berlin, K 17
20.09.2008 D-Greifswald, Klex
21.09.2008 NL-Rotterdam, Baroeg
22.09.2008 CH-Winterthur, Salzhaus
23.09.2008 Italy - t.b.a.
24.09.2008 SLO-Ilirska Bistrica, MKNŽ Club
25.09.2008 A-Bad Mitterndorf, Take Five
26.09.2008 A-Innsbruck, Hafen
27.09.2008 D-Giebelstadt, I-Park-Halle (Bringer Of Death Festival)
28.09.2008 D-Werdau, Fabrix
EXTREME NOISE TERROR have posted the following message:
“We would like to say a massive thanks to everybody that came to the shows we just played up & down the West Coast of America between 10th - 20th April, all those who bought merchandise, drank a beer with us, fed us, let us stay at their houses, shared a stage with us or just hung out & talked shit with us! It was excellent to catch up with the old faces & excellent to meet all the new faces. See you all again soon. Also thanks to everybody involved in anyway with those shows, without your work nothing would have been possible.
Last but not least….MASSIVE THANKS to our road brothers A.D.T. & TRAP THEM for everything you guys did for us & Shane & our friends in PHOBIA….ETERNAL THANKS. It was killer!”
The running order for this year's Los Angeles Murderfest has been announced. The event will take place in April at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, CA. Here's the entire lineup and schedule:
Friday, April 18th
Black Sheep Wall 7:45 - 8:15
The Unborn 8:45 - 9:15
The Funeral Pyre 9:45 - 10:15
Genghis Tron 8:15 - 8:45
Baroness 9:15 - 9:45
The Red Chord 10:15 - 10:45
Converge 11:00 - ??:??
Saturday, April 19th More...
British grindcore/punk/thrash metal act EXTREME NOISE TERROR have lined-up a string of West Coast dates with fellow grinders PHOBIA, TRAP THEM and STONG INTENTION. Dates are as follows:
10 - Victorville, CA - Karma
11 - Corona, CA - Showcase
12 - Tijuana, MX - Bar Aloha
13 - Fresno, CA - Info Shop
14 - Sacramento, CA - Silk bar
15 - Tacoma, WA - Hells Kitchen
16 - Seattle, WA - Studio 7
17 - Portland, OR - Satyricon
18 - Berkeley, CA - 924 Gilman
19 - San Francisco, CA - Annie's Social Club
20 - Hollywood, CA - Knitting Factory
Church of the 8th Day, the organizers behind the Los Angeles Murderfest, have announced NAPALM DEATH as the headliner for the Sunday show. The Los Angeles Murderfest Version 4.0 is set to take place April 18-20 at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, California.
Warm-Up Show - Friday, April 18:
THE RED CHORD
THE FUNERAL PYRE
BLACK SHEEP WALL
Saturday, April 19:
FOREVER IN TERROR
Sunday, April 20:
EXTREME NOISE TERROR
TODAY IS THE DAY
AT ALL COST
TERMINALLY YOUR ABORTED GHOST
CALL THE PARAMEDICS
THE DOLEMITE PROJECT
WATCH ME BURN
EAT THE LIVING
THE NAUSEATING STAB
THOUSANDS WILL DIE
Tickets are on sale NOW at www.ticketweb.com.
Friday, April 18 - $15 advance / $15 at the door
Saturday, April 19 - $33 advance / $35 at the door
Sunday, April 20 - $33 advance / $35 at the door
Two-Day Pass (April 19-20) - $60 (Only available in advance)
Church of the 8th Day, the organizers behind the Los Angeles Murderfest, are proud to announce the next round of bands for the festival, set to take place April 18th, 19th, 20th at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, California as well as announce that tickets for the fest are on sale now!
Daniel Dismal, the festivals founder had this to say about the line-up thus far…
“This years Murderfest has been coming together in ways that we could never imagine! The response thus far has been amazing and most of it has come without us actually announcing most of the headliners.We’re definitely excited about 4.0 and I think once the whole line-up is released people will be amazed at this years fest. I encourage everyone to try and buy their tickets in advance as the Knitting Factory realistically only holds 700 people.”
Sunday’s headliner will be announced next week. The entire festival line-up will be announced within the next few weeks.
Friday, April 18th - $15 advance / $15 at the door
Saturday, April 19th - $33 advance / $35 at the door
Sunday, April 20th - $33 advance / $35 at the door
Two Day Pass (April 19th, 20th) - $60 (Only available in advance)
Friday, April 18th:
THE RED CHORD
+ more TBA
Saturday, April 19th:
+ more TBA
Sunday, April 20th:
Headliner TBA on 2/29
EXTREME NOISE TERROR
TODAY IS THE DAY
AT ALL COST
TERMINALLY YOUR ABORTED GHOST
CALL THE PARAMEDICS
+ more TBA
EXTREME NOISE TERROR and TRAP THEM will team up for the following upcoming tour dates:
April 10 - Victorville, CA @ Karma w/ Phobia, Strong Intention
April 11 - Phoenix, AZ @ One Place w/ Phobia, Strong Intention
April 12 - Tijuana, MEX @ Bar Aloha w/ Phobia, Strong Intention
April 13 - Fresno, CA @ Info Shop w/ Phobia, Attitude Adjustment, Strong Intention
April 14 - Sacramento, CA @ Silk Bar w/ Strong Intention
April 15 - Medford, CA @ T.B.A. w/ Strong Intention
April 16 - Seattle, WA @ Studio 7 w/ Sanctum, Strong Intention
April 17 - Portland, OR @ Satyricon w/ Sanctum, Hellshock, Strong Intention
April 18 - Berkeley, CA @ 924 Gilman Street w/ Stormcrow, Strong Intention
April 19 - San Francisco, CA @ Annie’s Social Club w/ Strong Intention
April 20 - Los Angeles, CA @ LA Murder Fest
This year's Los Angeles Murderfest will take place on April 18th, 19th, and 20th at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, CA. The event will feature two stages and although headliners have yet to be announced, the following acts are slated to perform:
The Red Chord
Today Is The Day
Terminally Your Aborted Ghost
Extreme Noise Terror