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Cannibal Corpse has announced that they will be embarking on their "European Plague Tour" this fall. Support will come from Dying Fetus. On the mainland the package will be completed by Evocation and Obscura while Trigger The Bloodshed and Annotations Of An Autopsy will support the bands in the UK.
The currently confirmed dates are as follows:
Tour w/ Dying Fetus, Evocation, Obscura
10/02 Oberhausen, DE Death Feast Ultimate
10/03 Lichtenfels, DE Way Of Darkness Festival
10/04 Pratteln, CH Z7
10/05 Saarbrücken, DE Garage
10/06 Vosselaar, BE Biebob
10/07 Paris, FR La Locomotive
10/09 Barcelona, ES Razzmatazz 2
10/10 Madrid, ES Heineken
10/11 Bilbao, ES Rock Star
10/12 Lyon, FR Transbordeur
10/13 Milan, IT Alcatraz
10/14 Rome, IT Alpheus
10/16 Athens, GR Gagarin 205
10/17 Thessaloniki, GR Principal Club Theatre
10/18 Belgrade, RS SKC
10/19 Bratislava, SK DK Dubravka
10/20 Cracow, PL Studio
10/21 Berlin, DE Columbia Club
10/23 München, DE Backstage
10/24 Linz, AT Posthof
10/25 Ludwigsburg, DE Rockfabrik
10/26 Dordrecht, NL Bibelot
10/27 Zwolle, NL Hedon
Tour w/ Dying Fetus, Trigger The Bloodshed, Annotations Of An Autopsy
10/28 Colchester, UK Arts Centre
10/29 London, UK Koko
10/30 Sheffield, UK Corporation
10/31 Glasgow, UK ABC
11/01 Leamington Spa, UK Assembly
BURNING SKIES just got confirmed for DOMINATOUR along with bands such as ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY, TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED and VIATROPHY. The latest tour dates are as follows:
17.08.2009 PARIS (FR) Le Batofar
18.08.2009 SINT-NIKLASS (BE) OJC Kompas
20.08.2009 EINDHOVEN (NL) Dynamo
21.08.2009 DARMSTADT (D) Steinbruch Theater
22.08.2009 KOELN (D) Undeground
23.08.2009 CESKA LIPA (CZ) Luxor w/ Pro-Pain
24.08.2009 BRATISLAVA (SK) Randal Club
25.08.2009 WIEN (AT) Escape
26.08.2009 INGOLSTADT (D) Ohrakel
28.08.2009 MUENSTER (D) Skaters Palace
29.08.2009 ANNABERG (D) Gleis 3
30.08.2009 IEPER (BE) Ieper Fest
American death metal legends Cannibal Corpse has announced a headlining run of Europe for this Autumn. Dying Fetus will support the band on all dates with Trigger The Bloodshed and Annotations Of An Autopsy as additional support in Great Britain while Evocation and Obscura as additional support in mainland Europe.
The tour dates are as follows:
October 2 - Oberhausen, Germany - Death Feast Ultimate
October 3 - Lichtenfels, Germany - Way Of Darkness Festival
October 4 - Pratteln, Switzerland - Z7
October 5 - Saarbrücken, Germany - Garage
October 6 - Vosselaar, Belgium - Biebob
October 7 - Paris, France - La Locomotive
October 9 - Barcelona, Spain - Razzmatazz 2
October 10 - Madrid, Spain - Heineken
October 11 - Bilbao, Spain - Rock Star
October 12 - Lyon, France - Transbordeur
October 13 - Milan, Italy - Alcatraz
October 14 - Rome, Italy - Alpheus
October 16 - Athens, Greece - Gagarin 205
October 17 - Thessaloniki, Greece - Principal Club Theatre
October 18 - Belgrade, Serbia - SKC
October 19 - Bratislava, Slovakia - DK Dubravka
October 20 - Cracow, Poland - Studio
October 21 - Berlin, Germany - Columbia Club
October 23 - München, Germany - Backstage
October 24 - Linz, Austria - Posthof
October 25 - Ludwigsburg, Germany - Rockfabrik
October 26 - Dordrecht, Netherlands - Bibelot
October 27 - Zwolle, Netherlands - Hedon
October 28 - Colchester, England - Arts Centre
October 29 - London, England - Koko
October 30 - Sheffield, England - Corporation
October 31 - Glasgow, Scotland - ABC
November 1 - Leamington, England Spa - Assembly
U.K. based death metallers Annotations of an Autopsy have issued the following announcement about parting ways with their bassist:
"Ross Davey has decided to part ways with AOAA as of march 25th 2009 There is no bad blood or anything, we didnt kick him out it was down to a number of reasons which would have prevented him from touring full time with us. Its sad to see him go, hes been with us for years and we'll still remain friends. We've had some awesome times with you ross thanks for the memories and good luck in whatever you follow in life.
"As of right now we're seeking a full time bassist to join AOAA Who is ready to jump into working on our new album and tour from july onwards. It doesnt matter where in the uk you live as long as you can travel. If youre intrested you must be 18+, be able to tour full time and have alot of stage presence, No shy people who are afraid to krunk their junk on stage You must be a hard worker, be able to take the good with the bad and have a laugh. If youre not into death metal then dont even bother
"If you think youre gonna join the band and walk straight into a set salary then youre mistaken, a band isnt a 9-5 paid job and if you think you can just walk into a bunch of money then you can fuck off.
"If you want to apply. Send a video of you playing "Years of Disgust" Along with a small bio on yourself, what equipment you have and a picture of yourself If youve played in any other bands and have any live videos send us links To firstname.lastname@example.org
"*and no we wont pay for you to move here / fly here from abroad, uk people only"
Nuclear Blast Records has announced that Annotations Of An Autopsy are the latest band to be signed to the label. The band will be entering the recording studio soon to record the follow up to their last album, "Before The Throne Of Infection." A message from the band states:
"We are extremely excited to be part of the Nuclear Blast family alongside so many of our favourite bands such as Decrepit Birth, Psycroptic, Dimmu Borgir, Suffocation and tons more. We feel with a force like NB now in our corner along with our longtime UK label Siege Of Amida records. Nothing can stand in our way, this opens up a whole lot of new doors for us. We will be going into the studio in April to record our follow up album to 2008's Before The Throne Of Infection, which will be released mid 09 via Siege Of Amida Records in the UK and Nuclear Blast worldwide."
Opeth has been announced as the headlining act for the first day of Hammerfest which takes place in Pontins, Prestatyn Sands, Wales on April 24th and 25th. The headliner on the second day will be Bullet For My Valentine. The festival promises a treat for fans of every genre of metal with the following bands confirmed:
Annotations Of An Autopsy
Bullet For My Valentine
Trigger The Bloodshed
Plus 35 more bands to be announced.
Hammerfest, which is to be held in Pontins, Prestatyn Sands, North Wales on April 24th - 25th has announced their first batch of acts. The first bands confirmed for the festival are Saxon, Skindred, Cathedral, Bullet For My Valentine, Hammerfall, Sabbat, Dream Evil, Trigger The Bloodshed, Alestorm, Tyr, Exit Ten, Annotations Of An Autopsy and Grand Magus. More bands and details will be announced shortly.
ALL SHALL PERISH drummer, Matt Kuykendall, recently checked in from their European tour to offer an update and comment on their upcoming run with JOB FOR A COWBOY, HATE ETERNAL, ANIMOSITY and ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY.
"We can't fucking wait to do this tour! This is a full on death metal onslaught not to be missed. We have known JOB FOR A COWBOY, ANIMOSITY, and HATE ETERNAL for a while and so its going to be a reunion as well. This is Job's last tour on this record and our first US tour on ours so everyone be ready to hear some new tracks and get to see JOB FOR A COWBOY one last time on this disc!
"Our current tour with SWORN ENEMY is going nuts! The fest response has been the biggest of our career and the club shows are packed and fucking crazy. We really did not expect this but it just solidifies our love for Europe. We will be heading out on a 10 day Russian/Siberian Tour along with a week and a half of southern Europe headline dates AND two weeks on the hell on earth European tour with WALLS OF JERICHO, RED CHORD, ANIMOSITY, CATARACT and STICK TO YOUR GUNS!”
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Job For A Cowboy have added some more tour dates to their upcoming trek with All Shall Perish, Hate Eternal, Animosity and Annotations Of An Autopsy.
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Job For A Cowboy will set out a run of North America this Fall/Winter. Joining them on the trek will be All Shall Perish, Hate Eternal, Animosity and Annotations Of An Autopsy.
The initial dates are as follows:
November 26 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Strummers
November 29 - Portland, ME @ The Station
December 11 - Dallas, TX @ The Door
Massachusetts heavy hitters THE ACACIA STRAIN have posted a brand new song, "Skynet," on the band’s official MySpace page to celebrate the launch of pre-orders for the band’s forthcoming album, "Continent," now available online in five different, exclusive packages here. The first 400 pre-orders will come with an autographed 11"x17" poster featuring album artwork by Paul Romano (Mastodon, The Red Chord, Trivium).
"Skynet" is the lead track from "Continent" and is slated to be shot for a music video shortly; more details on that will be available soon. "'Skynet' is a band favorite," vocalist Vincent Bennett says of the band's new track. "We figured we should debut some of our 'different' tracks so when people pick up the album they are totally confused."
Scheduled for an August 19 release through Prosthetic Records, "Continent" is THE ACACIA STRAIN’s fourth full-length release and again features artwork from Romano who also supplied artwork for the band’s 2006 release, "The Dead Walk," and audio production from Zeuss (Shadows Fall, Hatebreed, God Forbid). The band recently completed a successful headlining tour across America with support from All Shall Perish, The Warriors and Since The Flood, culminating in a hometown show this past weekend in Holyoke, Mass. which was filmed for an upcoming DVD release in the future. THE ACACIA STRAIN will take a few days off at home before departing again for Europe alongside Annotations of An Autopsy and Knights of the Abyss.
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Massachusetts four-piece, The Acacia Strain, is set to embark on a month-long headlining tour this summer. The SUN YOUR BUNZ tour, which kicks off in Buffalo on May 30th, will run through the end of June, leveling 26 cities along the way. Adding to the onslaught are fellow Massachusetts hardcore veterans, Since the Flood, and Nuclear Blast’s, All Shall Perish, who will be along for the duration of the tour. The Warriors (Victory Records) and Eternal Lord (Ferret Music) round out the lineup as they perform on select dates. SUN YOUR BUNZ will finish up on June 29th in Holyoke, MA, just minutes outside The Acacia Strain’s hometown of Springfield, where the band will have their set filmed for an upcoming DVD. The band will then bring the brutality overseas for a European tour with Annotations of an Autopsy and Knights of the Abyss.
"This is the best time of year to tour,” says The Acacia Strain vocalist, Vincent Bennett. “I couldn't ask for a better group of dudes to spend my time on the road with. Excited to see old friends and meet new ones. It is going to be a killer June. Come on out and SUN YOUR BUNZ!"
The Acacia Strain is also gearing up for the release of their fourth studio album, "Continent," which is due out on August 19th on Prosthetic Records. The band had the opportunity to work with acclaimed producer, Zeuss,(Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, God Forbid) on the release.
"We don't remember when writing a record felt this good,” explains the band’s guitarist, DL. “Continent has something to it that we never really tried before; some uncharted territory, but at the same time still left us room to do what we love doing best. There's a little something for everyone on this one...even that guy."
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