To Speak Of Wolves
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North Carolina metal outfit To Speak Of Wolves premieres the pre-release full stream of the band's upcoming new EP "New Bones", which will be out in stores September 16th through Cardigan Records.
Check out now "New Bones" in its entirety below. Starting today To Speak Of Wolves will be touring with Oh, Sleeper in support of the EP:
09/13 Springfield, MO – Outland Ballroom
09/14 Nashville, TN – The End
09/15 Raleigh, NC – Southland Ballroom
09/16 Columbia, SC – Genzaret
09/17 Shippensburg, PA – Uprise Fest
09/18 Philadelphia, PA – Voltage Lounge More...
North Carolina metal outfit To Speak Of Wolves premieres a new song entitled "Pegasus Project", taken from the band's upcoming EP "New Bones", which will be out in stores on September 16th through Cardigan Records.
Check out now "Pegasus Project" below, which features a guest turn from The Color Morale frontman Garret Rapp.
Says To Speak Of Wolves bassist Seth Webster of this song: More...
North Carolina metal outfit To Speak Of Wolves premieres a new song entitled "Ok, I’ll Be Part Of This World", taken from the band's upcoming EP "New Bones", which will be out in stores on September 16th through Cardigan Records.
Check out now "Ok, I’ll Be Part Of This World" below.
Says singer Gage Speas of the track: More...
After previously releasing a music video for "Je Suis Fini," To Speak of Wolves has now posted a new clip online for "A Simple Thought That Changed Everything." Check out the clip below. The track comes off the band's latest album "Find Your Worth, Come Home." More...
Just one week remains until the release of North Carolina powerhouse To Speak of Wolves' ferocious new album, "Find Your Worth, Come Home," already praised by heavy music tastemaker Revolver as "sweeping, anthemic metalcore."
Two days after releasing the album's first video for "Je Suis Fini," the band is teasing fans with the debut of a fourth track from the anticipated album, "A Simple Thought That Changed Everything." Listen to the song in the player below or at the Solid State Records website here.
"'A Simple Thought...' is a pretty different song for us as it is all singing," says drummer Phil Chamberlain. "We wanted to try something different and we wanted to share this song to show a different aspect of the record that we haven't previewed yet."
"It was very exciting to record," says vocalist Gage Speas of the new track. "I was really nervous because I had never just sang in a song. So it was something very new to me. In the end I was really stoked about the way it turned out. These are some of my favorite lyrics I've ever written!" More...
North Carolina hard rock outfit To Speak of Wolves continue to charge towards the May 22nd release of sophomore album, "Find Your Worth, Come Home." Last week the band premiered the album's blistering leadoff track through Revolver, and this week the band is excited to take fans deeper into the album with the debut of the first half of a two-part story that begins with the video for standout track "Je Suis Fini."
Check out the video clip below. The following press release was also issued:
"Overtop a soundtrack of darkly melodic rock set off by the frenetic vocals of new frontman Gage Speas, the video for 'Je Suis Fini' is a modern take on Plato's Allegory of the Cave, in which a patient realizes that what she perceives as reality is far from the truth, and that she must escape her surroundings at any and all costs."
"We chose to shoot a video for 'Je Suis Fini' because we feel it's a track that represents the album really well," explains drummer Phil Chamberlain. "We wanted to give people an honest preview of the record and how it sounds. Plus, it has a lot of energy and we really dig the chorus a lot. Due to scheduling, we ended up having to shoot two videos in one day. On top of that, we were all wearing winter clothes while shooting on a hot day, so we were drenched in sweat trying to get this done!" More...
To Speak Of Wolves recorded new album "Find Your Worth, Come Home" with Matt McClellan at Glow In The Dark Studios in Atlanta, GA. In the fifth video blog from the studio, available below, the band discusses the details of the album and what's to come in the future.
"Find Your Worth, Come Home" will be available in stores and online May 22nd. You can also check out the album's lead off track, "Hivemind," streaming now exclusively via Revolver Magazine.
To Speak Of Wolves has premiered another new song online from new album "Find Your Worth, Come Home." Check out the album's lead off track, "Hivemind," streaming now exclusively via Revolver Magazine.
"'Hivemind' was the last song we wrote for the record," explains drummer Phil Chamberlain. "In fact, we actually wrote it in the studio after we were done arranging the rest of the songs on the album. We wanted a song that was fast and a little chaotic, but also short and sweet to open the record, and that became 'Hivemind.' Lyrically, the song is about coming from a broken home and wanting to make everything better, but you can't."
To Speak of Wolves also has the following upcoming tour dates: More...
To Speak Of Wolves recorded the new album "Find Your Worth, Come Home" with Matt McClellan at Glow In The Dark Studios in Atlanta, GA. In the fourth video blog from the studio, available below, the band discusses the recording process and working with the producer.
Th new album "Find Your Worth, Come Home" will be available in stores and online May 22nd, with pre-orders available now here.
To Speak Of Wolves recorded the new album "Find Your Worth, Come Home" with Matt Goldman at Glow In The Dark Studios in Atlanta, GA. In the second video blog from the studio, available below, vocalist Gage Speas discusses his part in the process.
With a little more than a month to go until the release of their ferocious new album "Find Your Worth, Come Home" – out May 22 on Solid State Records – North Carolina hard rock rioters To Speak of Wolves are giving fans another sonic sneak peek in the form of new single "Je Suis Fini," streaming now exclusively at AbsolutePunk.net. Check out the track at this location.
"'Je Suis Fini' is the first song we wrote for the new album," explains drummer and founder Phil Chamberlain. "We feel like it's fairly different from the first single, 'Stand Alone Complex,' in that it's a little more melodic. In the coming weeks, we'll be releasing a video as well as playing it on the next tour, so we wanted to get the song out there so our fans could know it and sing along!"
Pursuant to getting out in front of fans in support of the new album, To Speak of Wolves has also announced a U.S. headlining tour from May 4th - June 2nd presented by Evolve Over Hate clothing and Substream Music Press with support from Harp & Lyre. Joining the bands on select dates are Solid State label mates Wolves At The Gate (May 8-14), as well as Fallstar (May 18-21), Lions! Tigers! Bears! (May 22-26), and Set The Sun (May 28-Jun 2).
With a writhing beast of a new album waiting in the wings, North Carolina misfits To Speak Of Wolves are giving fans a taste of the ferocity to come with the release of the first single, "Stand Alone Complex." Check out the song at the band's Facebook profile. The following press release was also issued:
"Careening off the rails with frantic snare blasts and caterwauling riffage, 'Stand Alone Complex' is not only the first track released from the forthcoming Find Your Worth, Come Home – available online and in stores everywhere May 22 via Solid State Records – but it also serves as the first sample of the unhinged vocals of new To Speak of Wolves frontman Gage Speas, the spark plug driving this band into wild new territories with an album they never dreamed they could make."
"Musically, we feel this song is a great first look into the new record," says drummer and founding member Phil Chamberlain. "It's a fast and intense song, a good mix stylistically from the new album as a whole. The song features guest vocals by Micah Kinard from Oh, Sleeper on the bridge and has one of our favorite guitar riffs as a climatic ending."
To Speak of Wolves has the following upcoming tour dates:
Apr 22 - Worcester MA @ Palladium (New England Metal and Hardcore Festival)
June 15 - Stone Mountain GA @ ATLANTA FEST
June 22 - Wilmore KY @ ICHTHUS FESTIVAL
June 23 - Mineral City OH @ ALIVE FESTIVAL
Aug 2 - Gilford NH @ SOULFEST
Aug 7- Darien Center NY @ KINGDOMBOUND FESTIVAL
Aug 11 - Muskegon MI @ UNITY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Sep 15 - Shippensburg PA @ UPRISE MUSIC FESTIVAL
To Speak of Wolves has issued the following statement about missing upcoming shows due to vocalist Gage Speas being hospitalized:
"Hey everyone Gage is really sick and in the hospital, they are taking care of him and he will be fine but we won't be able to make the Denton, Lawton or Little Rock shows.
"Send him your prayers and thoughts and we will be back to make it up to you guys soon. Please go support harp and lyre and mouth of the south on those shows."
To Speak Of Wolves' second full-length album, "Find Your Worth, Come Home," will be available online and in stores everywhere May 22nd via Solid State Records.
Solid State Records is pleased to announce the release of To Speak Of Wolves' second full-length album, "Find Your Worth, Come Home," available online and in stores everywhere May 22nd. Solid State commented on the upcoming release:
"The band's first album with dynamic new frontman Gage Speas, 'Find Your Worth, Come Home' sees the revitalized lineup reaching into darker, heavier and faster territory. It’s an album of rediscovery, and an album that freshly stamps what To Speak of Wolves is about, from the title on down."
“The title is about we've been doing - finding ourselves as a band, proving what are and doing what we do best,” explains drummer and founding member Phil Chamberlain. “This record is something that we're incredibly proud of. We've gotten a lot of compliments about how intense we are live and I don't think that came across on the first album. This time around we went into the recording process wanting to make sure to capture that intensity, and I think we did that." More...
To Speak Of Wolves has released a music video for "Quercus Alba" today, which can be viewed below. The video features Spencer Chamberlain of Underoath, and the band is currently on the "When It Rains It Tours" tour featuring The Great Commission, As Hell Retreats, and Creations.
After coming off the Scream the Prayer tour, The Great Commission is back on the road again as headliners of the "When It Rains, It Tours" tour. Label-mates As Hell Retreats will also be along for the ride, as well as To Speak of Wolves and Creations. Guitarist Angela Razo comments on the band's past and present tour plans:
"We had a blast on the 'Scream The Prayer Tour'. We were able to meet a lot of new fans and pray with them, and encourage the body of Christ every night. We are really looking forward to our 'When It Rains, It Tours' headliner. The feedback on our new album 'Heavy Worship' has been incredible so we are excited to be able to play a lot of our new material from the album along with some old favorites!"
The dates are as follows:
8/23-Skrappy's-Tucson, AZ***off-date with CREATIONS***
8/24-Las Cruces Event Center-Las Cruces, NM***off-date with CREATIONS***
8/26-Warheouse Venue-Chattanooga, TN
8/27-The Senior Center-Barnesville, OH
8/28-Cresspoint Venue-Lynchburg, VA
8/29-Knights of Columbus-Annapolis, MD
8/30-Broadway Bar-Amityville, NY
9/1-Sounds Asylum-Middletown, NY
9/2-Flying Squirrel Community-Rochester, NY
9/3-Eldridge Park-Elmira, NY
9/4-The Refuge-Fredericksburg, VA
9/5-Club Relevant-Virginia Beach, VA
9/6-The Oasis-Charleston, SC
9/7-The 7 Venue-Douglasville, GA
9/10-Live @ Phil's-Arlington, TX
9/11-The Pine Box-Midland, TX
9/12-El Rey Theater-Albuquerque, NM
9/13-The Plantation-Phoenix, AZ
9/14-Jerry's Pizza-Bakersfield, CA
9/15-The Metro-Oakland, CA
9/16-The Epicenter-San Diego, CA
9/17-118 West-Simi Valley
9/18-Chain Reaction-Anaheim, CA
Living Sacrifice has issued the following statement about appearing on the "Very Metal Christmas" tour with Becoming the Archetype:
"Yep. We are heading west in December on the Solid State Very Metal Christmas Tour with The Showdown, Becoming the Archetype, To Speak Of Wolves and As They Sleep! Check out the dates below and come have a happy joyous heavy metal Christmas time! You are Stoked!"
12/2 2010 Joshua Springs Chapel Yucca Valley, CA
12/3 2010 Epic Ventura Ventura, CA
12/4 2010 The Pheonix Theater Petaluma, CA
12/5 2010 Chain Reaction Anaheim, CA
12/6 2010 Cobalt Cafe Canoga Park, CA
12/7 2010 The Underground Mesa, AZ
12/8 2010 Tramway Community Albuquerque, NM
12/10 2010 The Door Dallas, TX
12/11 2010 The Conservatory Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
12/12 2010 Downtown Music Hall LITTLE ROCK, AR
Christian progressive death metal act Becoming the Archetype has announced the dates for its forthcoming U.S. tour, set to take place throughout the month of December. Other bands scheduled to perform on the bill include Living Sacrifice, The Showdown, To Speak Of Wolves and As They Sleep. The cities, dates and venues can be found below:
12/02 Yucca Valley, CA – Joshua Springs Chapel
12/03 Ventura, CA – Epic Ventura
12/04 Petaluma, CA – The Phoenix Theater
12/05 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
12/06 Canoga Park, CA – Cobalt Cafe
12/07 Mesa, AZ – The Underground
12/08 Albuquerque, NM – Tramway Community
12/10 Dallas, TX – The Door
12/11 Oklahoma City, OK – The Conservatory
12/12 Little Rock, AR – Downtown
North Carolina's To Speak Of Wolves have posted a new song, "Quercus Alba," featuring Spencer Chamberlain of Underoath on their MySpace page. The song from their new album "Myself < Letting Go" which is available in stores and online this Tuesday May 18th.
North Carolina's To Speak Of Wolves has posted a new song, called "Darkness Often Yields The Brightest Light," on their MySpace page. The song is the first song off their upcoming album "Myself < Letting Go" which is available in stores and online on May 18th.