From: Philadelphia, PA, United States
Last Known Status: Active
Latest Javelina News
Below is our complete Javelina 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.
JAVELINA has announced the following tour dates:
3/14/2010 Earshot Records - Greenville, SC w/ Howl, Bison BC
3/15/2010 PS Warhouse - Atlanta, GA w/ Howl, Bison BC
3/17/2010 Emo's - Austin, TX | SXSW @ Brooklyn Vegan Showcase w/ Torche, Withered, The Atlas Moth
3/18/2010 The Pedicab Bar - San Antonio, TX w/ Withered, Howl
3/19/2010 Phoenix Project - Dallas, TX w/ Howl, Vorvadoss, Vaste Burai, Magnus
3/20/2010 The Metropolis - Austin, TX SXSW [early show] w/ The Atlas Moth, Struck By Lightning
3/21/2010 Downtown Music - Little Rock, AR w/ Howl
3/22/2010 The Muse - Nashville, TN w/ Howl
3/23/2010 The Dojo - Indianapolis, IN w/ Howl
3/24/2010 Kopec's - Pittsburgh, PA w/ Howl, The Claw
3/25/2010 Cake Shop - New York, NY w/ Howl
JAVELINA has posted the new tracks, “You’re Going To Hate This” and “Black Blizzard,” from their Translation Loss Records debut release, entitled "Beasts Among Sheep" at their MySpace page. The album was released on September 29th.
JAVELINA’s new record "Beasts Among Sheep" was recorded at Volume Studios in Chicago, IL by Sanford Parker Parker (Minsk, Pelican, Nachtmystium), mastered by Collin Jordan at The Boiler Room, and features artwork by Philadelphia’s very own Old City Tattoo stalwart artist Jason Goldberg. More...
Philadelphia’s JAVELINA will unleash their sophomore album September 29th via Translation Loss Records. The album, titled “Beasts Among Sheep,” contains eight tracks.
The album was recorded in March of this year at Volume Studios in Chicago by Sanford Parker, and mastered at the Boiler Room in Chicago by Collin Jordan. The cover art, as with the previous album, was handled by Jason Goldberg (Olde City Tattoo, The Bad Luck 13 Riot Extravaganza, etc.). More...
Translation Loss records has issued the following statement about Javelina's upcoming album:
"Philadelphia's JAVELINA (pronounced "ha-va-'lE-na") are preparing their sophomore release for Translation Loss Records and will hit Chicago this March to spend a week with Sanford Parker at Volume Studios (Pelican, Rwake, Nachtmystium, Minsk) and will be mastered by Mick Mullin at Super 8 Studios (Intronaut, Mastodon, Fight Amp). The band will be recording nine original tunes for their Translation Loss follow up to 2008's self-titled release along with a Buzzv*en cover that will be featured on a upcoming tribute record. Some song titles include... "You're Going to Hate This", "Towers of Silence", "The Black Blizzard" and "Stepchild".
"Expect a late summer - early fall release on both cd/vinyl formats and check out the band's MySpace for show/tour dates and music."
Philly's Javelina is embarking on a east coast tour this coming November!. Javelina will be playing mostly new songs from their upcoming Translation Loss follow up to their "Self Titled" 2008 debut. Dates are listed below. More...
Philadelphia’s JAVELINA will be embarking on a tour in May in support of their self-titled Translation Loss debut, which is getting rave reviews from the likes of Decibel Magazine, Revolver, Metal Maniacs and countless more.
JAVELINA (pronounced ha-va-lE-na) started crafting their massive sound in October of 2005. Formed by ex-members of Philadelphia bands Lickgoldensky, SMUT and Otophobia/Endless Nightmare they spent over a year honing their sound before playing their first show. JAVELINA’s sound embodies the massive sludgy nature of Buzzoven and Eyehategod with the raw punk intensity of His Hero Is Gone and the straightforward nature of High On Fire all wrapped up into one.
04/18/2008 First Unitarian Church - Philadelphia, PA w/Disfear, Parasytic, Dissystema
04/19/2008 Khyber Pass - Philadelphia, PA w/The Claw, Hatchetface
05/07/2008 The Smiling Moose - Pittsburgh, PA w/The Plastered Bastards
05/08/2008 Now That’s Class - Cleveland, OH w/Rue, If He Dies He Dies
05/10/2008 Ronny's Bar - Chicago, IL w/Raise The Red Lantern
05/11/2008 The Haunted Kitchen - Lawrence, KS w/Samothrace
05/12/2008 The Conservatory - Oklahoma City, OK
05/13/2008 Downtown Music - Little Rock, AR w/Power Bastard
05/14/2008 The Cavern - Dallas, TX w/The Dead See, Vorvadoss
05/15/2008 Red 7 - Austin, TX w/The Dead See, Lions of Tsavo
05/17/2008 The Drunken Unicorn - Atlanta, GA w/Withered
05/18/2008 Hell - Chapel Hill, NC w/Tooth, Horsefang
05/19/2008 NARA Sushi - Richmond, VA w/Tooth, Lord By Fire, Inter Arma
Zodiak, featuring members of Rosetta, ex-Lickgoldensky, Balboa, and Javelina have finished recording their debut album, "Sermons." The effort is to be mastered in the coming weeks and was recorded over the course of the past three years by the band’s guitarist, Mick Mullin at Super 8 Studios (High on Fire, Total Fucking Destruction).
"Sermons" consists of eight tracks that were mostly created out of improvised jams, though according to the band a large portion of the material came out more structured sounding then originally planned. An early-2008 release via Translation Loss Records is expected, but in the meantime, you can preview the track "Excavate" from the band's Translation Loss debut.
The band also plans on performing a few select dates throughout the course of next year.
Translation Loss Records has announced the signing of Philadelphia’s doom/sludge masters Javelina.
Javelina (pronounced ha-va-lE-na) started crafting their massive sound in October of 2005. Formed by ex-members of Philadelphia bands Lickgoldensky, SMUT and Otophobia/Endless Nightmare, they spent over a year crafting their sound before playing their first show. Javelina's sound embodies the massive sludgy nature of Buzzoven and Eyehategod with the raw punk intensity of His Hero Is Gone and the straightforward nature of High On Fire all wrapped up into one. Javelina will continue to write, record, and tour until they have nothing left to give.
You can hear demo versions of two songs from their upcoming Translation Loss debut due out in early 2008 on the band's MySpace page.