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Band Photo: Catalepsy (?)

From: FL, United States
Last Known Status: Disbanded

Latest Catalepsy News

Below is our complete Catalepsy 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.

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Catalepsy Disbanding

Florida outfit Catalepsy has issued the following announcement about deciding to call it a day and move on with other bands:

"We never made an announcement due to being uncertain but due to successes of other projects etc, the band has officially disbanded.

"This band was formed in 2004 and had a great run. We met a lot of fans and got to play music around the US. We thank everyone for the support through the years and though we understand you may be disappointed, we decided its better to give you the news then to keep you waiting for news that would never come.

"Catalepsy 2004-2012."

You can still check out the band's music over at the Catalepsy Facebook profile.

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Catalpesy Streaming Rough Mix Of New Track

Catalepsy has posted a rough mix online of a new instrumental track the band is working on, which will appear on the upcoming album "Abomination of Desolation." Check out the song in the player below. You can also listen to the band's previously posted song "Westboro" at this location.

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Catalepsy Streaming New Song Teaser

Florida's Catalepsy has posted a teaser clip online for a new track titled "Anathemize," which is taken from the forthcoming album "Abomination of Desolation." Check out the song below. Catalepsy also recently posted a full new song online named "Westboro" available at this location.

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Catalepsy Streaming New Song "Westboro"

Florida's Catalepsy has posted the new track "Westboro" online, which can be heard via the YouTube player below. "Westboro" features Peter Kowalsky of Remembering Never and was produced by Ben Sutton. The track will be appearing on Catalepsy's ucpoming 2012 album "Abomination of Desolation."

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Catalepsy Posts More "Westboro" Footage

Catalepsy has posted a behind the scenes look at Josh Anderson on his second day of vocal tracking for "Westboro" at Matt Johnson's Revelation Studios. "Westboro" will be released online on December 27th, 2011. Check out the studio clip below.

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Catalepsy Posts Recording Footage

Florida's Catalepsy has posted a studio video clip online from the band's time working on the new track "Westboro," which can be viewed below. "Westboro" will be released online on December 27th, 2011.

In conjunction with the upcoming song, Catelpsy has also released a "Fuck the Westboro Baptist Church" shirt, which can be viewed below. More...

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Catalepsy Posts "Westboro" Teaser

Orlando, FL's Catalepsy has posted a brief teaser clip of a forthcoming track titled "Westboro," which will be available via iTunes by Christmas, 2011. You can check out the teaser clip below, or find Catalepsy's previously posted music video for the song "Bleed" by clicking here. Further details on Catalepsy can be found by heading over to the band's Facebook profile.

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Pit Stories: Spandex Superhero Invasion

We've been seeking bands and fans everywhere to get their memorable mosh pit stories, and this week's story about a sudden invasion of blue spandex superheroes comes courtesy of Florida's Catalepsy.

This “pit story” took place about a year ago when we were in Myrtle Beach, SC. We were playing this tiny dive bar right on the beach in some random basement. We were just finishing up line check and were about to start our set when we we came to the sudden realization that there was literally no one inside the venue.

Bummed out but still needing our pay, we decided to fight the good fight and play anyways. After about 20 seconds into our opening song, a couple of kids started to file in wearing these blue, Spiderman like body suits. By the end of the second song, the venue was completely packed full of matching blue spandex superheroes. What that all was about, well, the world may never know. Quite the experience...

Catalepsy recently release the new album "Bleed" through Eulogy Recordings. You can check out a music video for the album's title track here or listen to the song "Monolith" by heading over to this location. For additional details on Catalepsy, navigate to the band's Facebook profile.

Come back next Tuesday to see our latest Pit Story submitted by bands and fans from around the world.

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Catalepsy Posts New Music Video Online

Florida deathcore act Catalepsy has posted its new music video online. The video was shot for the track "Bleed" and can be viewed in the player below. The track is the title cut of the group's second album, "Bleed", which was released on May 10, 2011 through Eulogy Recordings. You can view the album in the player below.

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Catalepsy Posts Another New Song Online

Catalepsy has posted a new song online, titled "Monolith." The track is set to appear on the group's upcoming new album "Bleed," which will hit store shelves on May 10, 2011 through Eulogy Recordings.

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Catelpsy Posts New Album Teaser

Catelpsy has issued the following announcement about posting a video clip online with previews of the band's upcoming album:

"We've put up a track by track preview of our upcoming album Bleed, have a listen and tell us your thoughts! Watch in high quality if possible. If you haven't heard, Bleed will be in stores everywhere on April 26th!"

You can check out the clip below.

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Catalepsy Streaming New Song

Catelpsy has issued the following update about streaming the new song "Infernal" online:

"We've posted a brand new song from our upcoming album 'Bleed' called 'Infernal'. You can stream it directly from our myspace page, or our facebook which you can find at this location.

"It marks the debut of our new vocalist Rick Norman, who a lot of you may have seen on some of our previous tours. This was a decision we felt needed to be made in order to take Catalepsy to the next level. This is what we truly feel will be the final and solidified Catalepsy lineup, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

"Our album BLEED hits stores in March of 2011 through Eulogy Recordings. We promise to deliver the most punishing and aggressive record we possibly can, while still progressing as artists and incorporating as much creativity as we can to separate ourselves from the rest. We're more than satisfied with the outcome of this record, and we think you will be too. Stay tuned, and please help spread the news! Thanks!"

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Catalepsy Streaming New Song

Catalepsy has issued the following statement about streaming the new song "Goliath" online:

"Let us know what you think of our new song 'Goliath' off of our forthcoming album 'Bleed!' It features Mat Bruso (ex vocalist of bury your dead; from 'cover your tracks,' 'beauty and the breakdown') and was vocal produced by dan o' connor from four year strong! 'Bleed' is being recorded and produced by Matt Johnson in new smyrna beach, FL. It will be released in march 2011 on eulogy recordings."

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Catalepsy Re-Recruits Members From Original Album

Florida's Catalepsy has checked in with the following update about re-recruiting drummer Ben Sutton and guitarist Matt Sutton:

"We are proud to announce that Ben Sutton (drums) and Matt Sutton (guitars) who are original members from our debut album 'Iniquity' are back into our official line-up! Look out for a Dubstep re-mix of the song 'Bleed' that is being mixed as we speak by DJ Bryzergold (we will post this on Myspace shortly)!

"Also! A brand new track from our new un-released album 'Bleed' entitled 'Goliath' will be posted in the next few weeks! This song will feature guest vocals from MAT BRUSO (ex Bury Your Dead vocalist). Now fucking bleed!"

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Catalepsy Announces U.S. Tour

Florida's Catalepsy will be hitting the road later this month with Waking the Cadaver and Without Remorse. The upcoming Catalepsy tour dates are as follows:

6/15 Summerville Legion Summerville, SC
6/16 Tremont Music Hall Charlotte, North Caro
6/17 The Drowsy Poet Lynchburg, VA
6/18 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
6/19 Woodmere, NY @ The Backstage
6/20 Pittsburgh, PA @ The Smiling Moose
6/21 Ypsilanti, MI @ The 734
6/22 Crown Point, IN @ Lake County Fairgrounds
6/23 Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose-IOWA CITY METALFEST
6/25 Denver, CO
6/26 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Outer Rim
6/27 Reno, NV @ Studio on 4th
6/28 Modesto, CA @ Modesto Virtual
6/29 Riverside, CA @ Common Ground
6/30 Hesperia, CA @ The Seen
7/1 Los Angeles, CA
7/2 Tijuana, MX @ Box Underground
7/3 Phoenix, AZ @ Old World Brewery
7/4 Albuquerque, NM @ The Fusion Factory
7/5 El Paso, TX @ Club 101
7/6 Mansfield, TX @ The Warehouse
7/7 Houston, TX @ BFE Rock Club
7/8 Metairie, LA @ The High Ground More...

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Salt The Wound Finishes New Album

Cleveland deathcore band Salt The Wound has announced that they've completed recording their second full length album, their follow up to "Carnal Repercussions," with producer/engineer Cole Martinez in Lakewood, OH at Conquistador Studios. Title, release date, tracklisting and more coming soon.

The band has entensive touring plans for the rest of the summer. Here are the latest tour dates: More...

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Catalepsy Announces More Tour Dates

Catalepsy, who is on tour now with Psyopus and ABACABB on the "Ambience of Violence" Tour, have confirmed more tour dates with After The Burial, For Today and Broadcast The Nightmare immediately following the Gotham City Metalfest.

Here are the latest tour dates:

Ambience of Violence tour featuring Psyopus, ABACABB and Catalepsy:
4/4 Owensboro, KY @ Brothers Pizza
4/5 Clarksville, TN @ The Coup
4/6 Herrin, IL @ The Hitts
4/7 Terre Haute, IN @ THMV

Catalepsy with After The Burial, For Today and Broadcast The Nightmare: More...

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NEMHF 2009 Adds Third Stage

The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival will introduce an additional stage this year dedicated to up and coming bands.

The third stage, sponsored by Deathcote Records, will be located at Chasers Nightclub, located behind the Palladium on the corner of Martin Luther King and Commercial streets. The main festival will be taking place at the Palladium.

“There are so many great bands and not enough time to get all of them on during the course of two days,” said festival co-organizer Sott Lee. “Adding a third stage is a great way for us to showcase some of the developing bands and it’s a terrific opportunity for these bands to play alongside some of today’s top metal and hardcore bands.”

The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival will take place on Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18, with the Atticus pre-party on Thursday, April 16. This year’s event is presented by Randall Amplifiers, Washburn Guitars and Eden Electronics. Metal Blade Records will present the main stage. Prosthetic Records will present the second stage.

The Atticus-sponsored pre-party will be a unique event that will be combining film and music, kicking off with a screening of official film sponsor Anchor Bay's film "Crowley," co-written by none other than Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson. The provocative supernatural thriller is the tale of a virtual reality experiment gone wrong, sending the soul of the British occultist Aleister Crowley into the body of a shy university professor. But even as Crowley creates all-new orgies of depraved pleasures and black magic, he is now preparing to unleash the ultimate occult event upon the world. Also showing is "Anvil! The Story of Anvil," a sometimes revealing, sometimes hilarious documentary about the legendary Canadian metal band. The movie follows best friends Robb Reiner and Lips as they make a pact to rock together forever. Their band, Anvil, hailed as the "demi-gods of Canadian metal, " influenced a musical generation that includes Metallica, Slayer, and Anthrax, despite never hitting the big time. Following a calamitous European tour, Lips and Robb, now in their fifties, set off to record their 13th album in one last attempt to fulfill their boyhood dreams. The film will be followed by a performance by the band itself. The pre-party will also be held at the Palladium. Admission is free with a weekend pass or $15 for non-ticket holders.

Prices this year are $40 for Friday, $45 for Saturday or $79 for a 2-day ticket that also includes free admission to the kick off party on Thursday. Tickets are available at all Strawberries, FYE Stores, online at tickets.com or by calling (800) 477-6849. Tickets are available now.

Bands scheduled to perform this year include: More...

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Oceano Members Involved in Van Accident

Guitarist Andrew Mikhail and bassist Jason Jones of Chicago death metallers, Oceano, were involved in a van accident over the weekend. Both members luckily limped out of the accident with minor injuries, however their van and the trailer that was attached to it had flipped and is need of repair. With no means of transport for the band and their gear, OCEANO was forced to cancel their dates with xLiferuinerx and Through the Fire. More...

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Fight Breaks Out at Oceano Show; Video Available

Chicago deathcore metal band, OCEANO, are quickly gaining notoriety as the angriest band on the planet and now, it seems, their anger is starting to rub off onto their fans.

At the band's recent gig on December 10th at the Chenga 57 indoor skate park in Lorain, Ohio, the aptly-titled "Seasons Beatings" tour took a much more literal meaning. OCEANO got the crowd so worked up that a full-scale brawl erupted during the band's set, even forcing front-man ADAM WARREN to stop the band mid-song.

"Everyone was moshing and getting a little crazy - just like always;" says the former backyard wrestler. "There were these kids around the pit that kept getting hit and didn't like it too much, so they went after the kids who were hitting them. It kept going back and forth and more and more kids were getting involved each time." More...

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