The Red Shore
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The Red Shore has posted a music video online for the song "The Seed Of Annihilation," which is taken off the band's "The Avarice Of Man" album. You can check out the clip in the player below.
You can also check out The Red Shore's addition to our Pit Stories column, titled "The Brawl Pit," by heading over here.
We've been talking to bands and fans everywhere to get their favorite mosh pit stories. This week Australian metal band The Red Shore's manager Roman Koester shares a story from their recent tour in the States:
So we were on the 'No Mercy Tour' in the U.S in September 2010. We got to Pennsylvania, the show was at The Smiling Moose. We were staying with this girl who kindly put us up. She seemed into it and was up the front the whole show. The room was small, but completely packed. After a few encouraging words from our vocalist Chase, fights began to break out. Within a few seconds the entire place was brawling, about 6 individual fights, noses breaking, blood everywhere! The next thing I see is this guy running at the girl whose place we were staying at. At this point she was still facing the stage, intent on focusing on the music. Just as she decided to turn around, this big guy unleashes a haymaker straight into her face. We were certain she was going to drop, but to our surprise she stood her ground and smashed the dude right back in the face and dropped in, then proceeding to kick him in the face while he was down... America's rough!
The Red Shore just recently wrapped up some dates on Despided Icon's farewell tour in Australia after releasing their latest album, "The Avarice of Man" in September. You can check out some of their music here.
Check back every Tuesday for more pit stories.
Canadian metal outfit Despised Icon has announced that they will be heading to Asia and Australia one last time this November. A message from the band reads as follows: "This is it, the final run! Asia and Australia, the last two spots on our wishlist. So stoked to finally make it your way! This will be our last tour. Come hang out and be part of the chaos. See you guys soon!"
Joining them on the Australian leg will be The Red Shore and Thy Art Is Murder.
The tour dates are as follows: More...
Australian deathcore act The Red Shore have just announced dates for their upcoming U.S summer tour featuring Suffokate, Murder Death Kill and King Conquer.
The Red Shore summer dates:
August 23 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Farm
August 24 – Roseburg, OR @ Riverside Grange
August 26 – Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
August 27 – Spokane, WA @ The Cretin Hop
August 28 – Pocatello, ID @ The Eagles Lodge
August 30 – Denver, CO @ Cervantes Ballroom
August 31 – Wichita, KS @ The Eagles Lodge
September 1 – Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground
September 2 – Milwaukee, WI @ Miramar Theatre
September 3 – Frankfort, IL @ The Lighthouse
September 4 – Mt. Clemens, MI @ The Hayloft
September 5 – Brandenburg, KY @ Senor Citizens Hall
September 7 – Pittsburgh, PA @ The Smiling Moose
September 8 – Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joe’s
September 9 – New York, NY @ Club Europa
September 10 – Manchester, NH @ Rocko’s
September 11 – Allentown, PA @ The Masquerade of Crocodile Rock
September 12 – Old Bridge, NJ @ Cheesecake Hall
September 13 – Fredricksburg, VA @ The Refuge
September 14 – Forest, VA @ New London Ruritan
September 15 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Anti Gravity Skate Park
September 16 – Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery
September 17 – Columbus, GA @ Gallery 13
September 18 – Jacksonville, FL @ The Pit
September 19 – Tampa, FL @ Transitions Art Gallery
September 20 – Orlando, FL @ H2O Live
September 21 – Pensacola, FL @ American Legion Post 33
September 23 – Pearland, TX @ Bad Fish
September 24 – McAllen, TX @ Nikki Rowe VFW
September 25 – Dallas, TX @ Fat Daddy’s
September 26 – San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit
September 27 – Santa Fe, NM @ Warehouse 21
September 28 – Phoenix, AZ @ Old World Brewery
October 1 – San Diego, CA @ The Epicenter
Stigma has announced their signing to STOMP Entertainment for Australia and New Zealand.
"We're beyond stoked to announce our new album 'Concerto For The Undead' will come out in Australia and New Zealand through STOMP Entertainment!"
"Release date is set for May the 7th, but you shall now preorder the album, which will be released with an exclusive bonus track, at this location!"
"To celebrate this news STOMP is streaming exclusively for just a few days another song of our new album at this location! Song is '3000 Years And Still Keeping It Real!' featuring Jamie Hope (ex-The Red Shore)!" More...
Italy’s STIGMA has set "Concerto for the Undead" as the title for its follow up to 2008’s "When Midnight Strikes." The sophomore effort is due out via Pivotal Rockordings on the following dates::
April 30th in Europe
May 3rd in the UK
May 4th in North America
"Concerto for the Undead" features lyrics centered on the cult-classic comic book series "Tales From the Crypt" and includes guest vocal appearances by Jamie Hope (ex-THE RED SHORE) and Jon Hunt (ex-DEAD TO FALL). The tracklisting is as follows:
01. Chop His Head Off!
02. Prove You Are a Man!
03. …And They Died Happily Ever After!
04. A Monstrous Feeling
05. The Undertaker
06. What About a Terror Ride
07. 3000 Years and Still Keeping it Real
08. A Grave Situation
09. Beat Me Maestro, Eight to the Dead!
10. Doctor Skeleton More...
Italian horror-themed deathcore band STIGMA recently entered Fear Studio to record the followup to 2008’s “When Midnight Strikes!,” due out next year via Pivotal Rockordings. The album, which is being produced by BRING ME THE HORIZON guitarist Jona Weinhofen, will be mixed by Scott Atkins (BEHEMOTH, CRADLE OF FILTH, SYLOSIS, GAMMA BOMB) and will feature guest appearances from Jamie Hope (THE RED SHORE) and Jon Hunt (Ex-DEAD TO FALL). A second video blog documenting the tracking of guitars is available below:
Italian horror-themed deathcore band STIGMA recently entered Fear Studio to record the followup to 2008’s “When Midnight Strikes!,” due out next year via Pivotal Rockordings. The album, which is being produced by BRING ME THE HORIZON guitarist Jona Weinhofen, will be mixed by Scott Atkins (BEHEMOTH, CRADLE OF FILTH, SYLOSIS, GAMMA BOMB) and will feature guest appearances from Jamie Hope (THE RED SHORE) and Jon Hunt (Ex-DEAD TO FALL). A video blog documenting the initial phases of the recording process is available below:
The Acacia Strain has announced the following Australian tour dates with The Red Shore:
11/18 The Princess Theater w/ The Red Shore Brisbane
11/19 YAC w/The Red Shore Byron Bay
11/20 Oasis w/ The Red Shore Wyong
11/21 Bald Faced Stag w/ The Red Shore Sydney Lic
11/25 Underground w/ The Red Shore Adelaide
11/26 Next w/ The Red Shore Melbourne
11/27 TLC w/ The Red Shore Melbourne
11/28 The Hyde Park Ballroom Perth
11/29 YMCA HQ Perth
Australian metallers, THE RED SHORE, has signed to Rise Records in the United States, Canada and Japan. A special deluxe edition of their forthcoming release Unconsecrated will feature 19 songs and a DVD documentary. Look for it in stores and online on October 27.
Australian metal outfit The Red Shore has entered the Australian charts with their latest album, "Lost Verses." The record debuted at No.3 on the ARIA Hitseeker Chart and Number 91 on the ARIA Top 100 Albums chart.
Bring Me The Horizon will be touring Australia in May, joined by Cancer Bats and Australian deathcore band The Red Shore.
Here are the latest tour dates:
11th May @ The Capitol, Perth
12th May @ HQ, Adelaide - L/All Ages
14th May @ Billboards, Melbourne - Under 18s
15th May @ Billboards, Melbourne
16th May @ Roundhouse, Sydney
17th May @ The Tivoli, Brisbane
Tickets on sale: 9am, Thursday 12 March from Ticketek.
Melbourne’s The Red Shore has decided to pull out of the inaugural Australian Summer Slaughter Tour, scheduled for March 2009.
Here is an official statement from the band:
“We regret to inform our Australian fans and also the fans of the Summer Slaughter tour, that due to various reasons, The Red Shore will no longer be able to participate in the tour. Throughout the last few months we felt that certain circumstances pertaining to the tour did not suit the band and this coupled with some ongoing medical problems with some of our members and some financial constraint simply means that opting out of this tour was the best thing for the band at this point in time. We hope you will all still go to the shows and support both Aussie Metal and Metal worldwide. Thanks.”
Local openers will be announced on Monday, February 23, after the Battle Of Bands results have been decided.
The Australian Summer Slaughter 2009 Tour features Necrophagist, Dying Fetus, Aborted and The Faceless, plus the local openers to be announced. They are playing on the following dates:
Fri March 13th @ The Manning Bar , Sydney (Lic / AA)
Sat March 14th @ The Red Room, Brisbane (Lic / AA)
Sun March 15th @ Fowlers Live, Adelaide (Lic / AA)
Mon March 16th @ Club Capitol, Perth (18+)
Tue March 17th @ The Corner Hotel, Melbourne (18+)
Italian deathcore metallers, STIGMA, have announced a slew of UK Tour Dates:
10/24 - The Park, Peterborough (Your Demise, The Elijah, Silent Screams and Immorality)
10/25 - Westcoast Bar, Margate (Viatrophy & local support)
10/26 - Conflict Fest, Reading (Your Demise, The Scarlet Hourglass + others)
10/27 - TBA in London
10/29 - TBA
10/30 - Rios, Leeds (The Eyes Of Traitor, Many Things Untold + others)
10/31 - Barfly, Bormingham (Halloween Havok w/The Banner, The Red Shore, Sylosis, The Warriors + others)
The Sydney Morning Herald has issued the following report regarding Australian metalcore/death metal outfit THE RED SHORE:
Police have charged the bass player of a band in relation to a crash that killed two of his mates last year.
Geelong heavy metal band Red Shore were on tour when their van veered off the Pacific Highway, went down an embankment and smashed into a tree near Coffs Harbour just after 7am on December 19.
They were on their way to a gig in Sydney after performing at a Brisbane club the previous night.
Lead singer Damien Morris died at the crash site and roadie Andy Milner died later in hospital. Three other men also suffered serious injuries.
NSW police this week interviewed bass player Jamie Hope, who was driving the van, and other band members. They also met the dead men's families.
A NSW police spokesman confirmed that Hope had been charged on summons with negligent driving causing death and three counts of negligent driving causing grievous bodily harm. He will face court on August 4.
The charges come as the band prepares for its first tour since the tragedy.
The band will play 24 shows across the country - including Coffs Harbour - from May 22, with Hope filling Morris' place as lead singer.
Although they broke up nearly a year ago, I Killed The Prom Queen will tour their native Australia one final time. Vocals will be handled by Michael Crafter (who later did time in Bury Your Dead). Here are the latest I Killed The Prom Queen tour dates:
I Killed The Prom Queen with Bring Me The Horizon, The Red Shore, The Ghost Inside
05/22 Adelaide @ HQ
05/24 Melbourne @ HiFi Bar
05/25 Melbourne @ HiFi Bar
05/29 Sydney @ The Roundhouse
05/31 Sydney @ The Roundhouse
06/01 Fremantle @ Fly By Night
06/06 Southport @ Southport RSL
06/07 Brisbane @ Club 299
06/08 Brisbane @ Club 299
The Geelong advertiser reports: Damien "Damo' Morris always told his mates all he wanted to do was get up on stage and scream with a heavy metal band and he was living that dream when his life was cut short.
The lead singer of acclaimed Geelong death metal band The Red Shore died at 27 on December 19 in a minivan crash near Coffs Harbour, while touring with All Shall Perish. His mate Andy Milner also died. They were on tour.
One of Damo's long-time mates Ryan Chameley told more than 500 mourners at Kardinia Heights Centre yesterday that they had been dorky kids together trying to start bands.
"He actually did it, he walked out on stage and thousands of people would just do what he said,' Mr Chameley said.
Damo's mother said she had been shocked and amazed by the level of media attention he, the band and the accident had received. "I was blessed to have a son who touched many lives and touched many hearts,' she said.
Read the full article at Geelong Advertiser.
CBS5.com reports that members of the Oakland, California-based death metal band ALL SHALL PERISH were unharmed in a mini-bus accident in Australia that claimed the lives of two members of another band, a band member said in an email Wednesday.
Matt Kuykendall, the drummer for ALL SHALL PERISH, said, "We are fine, yes."
However, Kuykendall said two members of the Australian band THE RED SHORE, which was traveling with ALL SHALL PERISH, and their crew "were tragically killed."
Kuykendall identified those members as Damo and Andy.
"Our hearts go out to the families of Damo and Andy and everyone else in THE RED SHORE," he said.
News reports said the accident occurred when the two bands were traveling from Brisbane to Sydney when their van veered off the road, rolled several times and slammed into a tree.
Kuykendall said, "We have two more shows left in Melbourne and then we are flying home for the holidays."
Watch Australian TV report on the crash: More...
The West Australian reports that the lead singer of the Geelong, Victoria, Australia-based heavy metal band THE RED SHORE has died in a crash on a New South Wales highway, according to the group's booking agent.
An employee for Pan Studios in Geelong said the company had received news that the singer, believed to be about 23, had died in the crash.
The group's driver and merchandiser had also been killed, she said.
The men died after their minivan veered off the Pacific Highway north of Coffs Harbour and hit a tree.
One man died at the scene and seven others were taken to Coffs Harbour Hospital.
One of the injured men, a 30-year-old who had been trapped in the van wreckage for an hour, died in hospital from serious head injuries.
THE RED SHORE were touring with U.S. death metal outfit ALL SHALL PERISH on the "Christmas Carnage" tour, when the crash occurred.
Both bands played at Brisbane's Club Phoenix on Tuesday night and were scheduled to play at Hermann's Bar at Sydney University on Wednesday night.
The van carrying eight men, most aged in their 20s, plunged down an embankment before rolling into a tree at about 7am (AEDT).
NSW police later said the two men killed were aged 22 and 27, and said relatives had asked that their names not be released.
Jarrod, a barman at The National Hotel in Geelong, where the band has played, described the lead singer as quiet and "chilled out".
"He was a nice, quiet guy, contrary to the band's music," Jarrod said.
Sally Laver, the owner of Pan Studios, said THE RED SHORE's musical career had just started to take off.
The band drew crowds of up to 200 people in their home town of Geelong, she said.
"They're one of our bigger bands," she said.
Ms Laver said the singer was "wonderful."
"He was a very sensitive young man."
"He was very passionate about everything he did."
Australia's The Sydney Morning Herald reports that two men have died and four have been injured after a minibus carrying men involved in a heavy metal band tour has crashed down an embankment of the Pacific Highway.
The minibus was in a convoy carrying the ALL SHALL PERISH and THE RED SHORE "deathcore" bands on their Christmas Carnage tour.
A spokeswoman for the tour organizer said that members of the Califorinia-based ALL SHALL PERISH were not involved in the crash. She was unable to provide details about the dead men.
The bands were due to perform at Hermann's bar at the University of Sydney tonight.
One man was pronounced dead at the crash site, while a second man died at Coffs Harbour hospital after being trapped for an hour in the minibus after the minibus veered off the road and rolled down an embankment near Cunninghams Bridge at Moonee Beach in northern NSW at 7am.
Four other male passengers are in a stable condition.
The bus had been carrying eight passengers, all men in their 20s, when it veered off the road, said Ambulance spokeswoman Clare Pemberton.
"There are varying degrees of injury with the other six patients, multiple fractures, abrasions, mainly cuts and bruises for the majority of them," she told Macquarie Radio.
"Most of them are walking. They seem to have come out okay."
Police have closed the highway in both directions, and have urged motorists to avoid the area if possible.
"There will be local traffic diversions in place, but we are urging people to avoid the area if at all possible," a police spokesman said.