Walking Corpse Syndrome
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After releasing a new music video for "The Individualist" (available below), Walking Corpse Syndrome now has some bad news: the band's violin player and bassist will be departing. WCS comments:
"Our good friend William 'Sludge' Saylor will be quitting Walking Corpse Syndrome. We wish him the best of luck as he pursues other opportunities. This is especially hard to announce since Bill and his unique bass and violin parts have been an integral part of the band since our very first show in April 2007.
"His last show will be November 23 at the Top Hat in Missoula Montana, after which we will immediately begin holding auditions to find our next bassist. We don't anticipate being able to find a bassist who also plays violin, so this next show will probably be our last one to feature violin.
"We understand that this will inevitably change the dynamic of the band, but we hope that you will stay with us as we travel down this musical path. We hope to see you all on November 23 so we can give Bill a proper send off." More...
Walking Corpse Syndrome has released a new music video for "The Individiualist," which comes off the band's latest release "Alive in Desolation" (check out our review here).
The new video is available below, or you can also watch the previously posted clip for "Walking Sacrifice" at this location. Catch Walking Corpse Syndrome's next show this coming November 23rd at the Top Hat in Missoula, MT.
Walking Corpse Syndrome has just released a new music video for "Walking Sacrifice," which can be viewed below. The track comes off new album "Alive in Desolation" (reviewed here).
You can also catch Walking Corpse Syndrome as the the band finishes up the DesolaTOUR on the following dates:
June 8 - Richland, WA - Ray's Golden Lion
June 15 - Billings, MT - The Railyard
June 16 - Butte, MT - The Party Palace Butte
June 21 - Columbia Falls, MT - The Bandit Saloon
June 22 - Spokane, WA - Carr's Corner Lounge & Night Club
June 29 - Missoula, MT - The Palace Lounge More...
Walking Corpse Syndrome has posted the full "Alive In Desolation" album (reviewed here) online for streaming. Check out the release in the player below. The track listing is as follows:
2. The Individualist
3. Walking Sacrifice
4. Pushing the Grey
Walking Corpse Syndrome has released a new lyric video for "Pushing the Grey," which comes off new album "Alive in Desolation" (reviewed here).
Check out the clip below, or you can also watch the previously posted video for "The Individualist" right here. The full album's track listing is:
2. The Individualist
3. Walking Sacrifice
4. Pushing the Grey
After posting a lyric video online for new track "The Individualist," Walking Corpse Syndrome is now offering the song as a free download. You can get the track via the band's blog here or through the player below. WCS also comments:
"Walking Corpse Syndrome is giving away a free, no-strings-attached download! Grab it from our Reverbnation widget below.
"Why are we doing this? We hope that you enjoy our new music enough to memorize every word, force your friends to listen to it, Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe to us on YouTube, sign up for our Mailing List, and then join the mosh pit at one of our shows. Don't wait! Download it now!" More...
Missoula, Montana based extreme metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome has released the track listing for the band's upcoming third album, "Alive in Desolation." Walking Corpse Syndrome has confirmed that the CD will be released on March 29th, 2013.
2. The Individualist (check out the lyric video below)
3. Walking Sacrifice
4. Pushing the Grey
8. Inhumanity More...
Walking Corpse Syndrome has released a new lyric video for the track "The Individualist," which can be found below. "The Individualist" is the first single from the band's upcoming album "Alive in Desolation."
Walking Corpse Syndrome is currently working on new album "Alive in Desolation," and now the band has checked in with a new studio report. You can check out the full blog with photos from the studio at this location, or read the following excerpts:
"We've been nothing but impressed with Amplified Wax, a recording studio in Spokane, Washington. Jimmy, the head honcho and Grand Master of Engineering Magic, is a genius who is able to bring the absolute best out in all of us. His ears are sharp as razors and his expertise is unrivaled by anything we've ever seen. One would think that by now, we would be numb to the experience, that we would no longer be gawking at each other with fully-dropped jaws, stammering the same slobbering mantra, 'This album is going to be SO FUCKING KILLER!'
"In that respect, we are perpetually broken records, because 'Alive in Desolation' is incredible RIGHT NOW AS IT IS, even in the amniotic sea of tracking. From day one, our expectations were completely surpassed. With each passing day, we become more and more amazed, more impressed, more blown away that music of this caliber can come from a little Montana band. We reached for the stars and were catapulted beyond the cosmos, straight into the fiery bliss of the indescribable spirit of Awesomeness itself!
"We expected a high quality rendition of what we've been playing. What we're getting is repeated shock after shock of amazement. The songs start and we hem and haw, high-five, and grab-ass in our bizarre tribal revelry. Allow me to reiterate: WE ARE HIGHLY IMPRESSED, MAJORLY BLOWN AWAY, AND RANDILY EAGER TO FINISH THIS ALBUM. We have to get this into your hands, into your CD player, onto your computer, your iPod, your smartphone, your central nervous system, and anywhere else we can get it. We're so stoked that we need you to hear it, so that you can be stoked like us. Then we shall all embrace in a festive jump-hug, burn some effigies, and toast to the everlasting spirit of Metal. More...
Dual drumming, violin playing metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome will be celebrating this band's fifth anniversary this Fall with a seven date mini-tour. The currently announced tour dates are as follows:
October 19 - Columbia Falls, MT - The Bandit Saloon
October 20 - Polson, MT - Polson VFW
October 25 - Missoula, MT - Monks
October 26 - Butte, MT - The Party Palace
October 27 - Great Falls, MT - Freakers Ball at the 406 Club
November 2 - Corvallis, MT - The Corvallis Grange
November 3 - Missoula, MT - The Hammer House
The band has also launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for an upcoming new full-length album titled "Alive In Desolation." Check it out right here. Aside from the standard pledge prizes, the higher tiers include such antics as having a band member tattoo your name on his leg or getting the pleasure of having a date with one of the corpse walkers.
Montana's Walking Corpse Syndrome is currently working on a new album and follow-up to previous release "Narcissist" (reviewed here).
The band is now releasing a series of video updates following the events leading up to the album's release. Check out the latest webisode below, or you can find recently posted footage of Walking Corpse Syndrome performing live at this location.
The dual-drummer, violin playing metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome has uploaded footage of the band performing the song "Choke" live in Missoula, Montana. Check out the clip in the player below.
Walking Corpse Syndrome recently recruited a new vocalist and is now both re-tooling the band's back catalog and working on an upcoming full-length album to follow the "Narcissist" release (reviewed here). The album is currently codenamed "Epsilon," and further details will be announced as they are made available.
Walking Corpse Syndrome, which is gearing up to record a new album and recently announced the recruitment of new vocalist Lief Winterrowd, has now posted footage of the band playing a new song live. Check out a video of Walking Corpse Syndrome playing "The Individualist" in the clip below.
Walking Corpse Syndrome, which features two drummers and a violin player among its ranks, has posted a new video clip online of the band recording scratch tracks to prepare for the studio, where the new album, codenamed Album: Epsilon, will be recorded. This new release will follow the band's last full-length "Narcissist" (reviewed here).
The band also previously commented about recruiting a new vocalist: More...
Footage has been posted online of dark metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome's dual drummers performing during a live gig on February 25th, 2012. Check out the clip below. For more on Walking Corpse Syndrome, which features two drummers and a violin player among its lineup, head over to the band's Facebook profile.
Missoula, Montana based dark metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome, which features two drummers and a violin player among its lineup, has now issued the following brief announcement about parting ways with the band's vocalist:
"Unfortunately, Michael Phlegm is no longer singing with Walking Corpse Syndrome. We apologize that we can't share more information, but if you would like to audition for singing, please email WCS at contact
You can check out Walking Corpse Syndrome's music by heading over to the band's Facebook profile.
Montana metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome has posted footage online of the band performing at The 406 Club recovery show. Check out video of "The Madness" in the player below.
The recovery show was held to benefit the venue, which was recently damaged due to bursting pipes. "The Madness" is taken off the band's "Narcissist" album (reviewed here).
Walking Corpse Syndrome is currently offering the "Awakening" track for streaming or as a free download. You can snag the song through the widget below or by heading over to the Walking Corpse Syndrome Reverbnation page.
Walking Corpse Syndrome has posted a music video online for the song "Awakening," which is off the band's latest album "Narcissist." The video clip can be viewed below.
Dark metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome has posted a music video online for the song "Madness," which is off the band's latest album "Narcissist." You can check out the video clip below.