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Vehemence have issued this band update:
The mini tour we just headlined went extremely well and we thank all the extremely talented bands that we played with for their support. The tour proved to us that we can now do our own headlining tours really at anytime. We now urge bands to contact our booking agency if they think they are suitable for touring or setting up various shows with Vehemence. Playing Mexico was a blast and wasn't really a culture shock, it was more like Hollywood meets Las Vegas in a way. The metal heads are hungry for extreme metal and it was our pleasure to perform for the audience. We will be back in Mexico soon, and thanks to the crew that took us down there. The Houston off date Ozzfest show with Superjoint Ritual went very well, around 600 people attended and Vehemence ended up earning the respect from all the bands on the bill and from comments we have heard backstage. Look forward to our tour with Crematorium, All Shall Perish, and Animosity in September on the west coast. Also look forward to seeing us on month full U.S. tours with Mortician, Akercocke in Sept/Oct and Vital Remains in Oct/Nov. Please check our tours and shows page for more updates! The Thoughts From Which I Hide has officially sold out, so we will not be taking any more orders for it. We urge you to download the album from wherever possible, we have mp3's featured on our website. Thanks to all those that purchased this album from when it was released till its extinction and we might be re-releasing it in the near future.
Vehemence is embarking on some upcoming touring in support for their newest album called "Helping The World To See" released April 6, 2004.
Dates are announced below:
Jul. 30 - El Paso, TX - The Key Lounge
Jul. 31 - Juarez, Mexico - Planet Rock
Aug. 02 – Houston, TX- Engine Room
Aug. 03 – TBA
Aug. 04 - TBA
Aug. 05 - Harlingen, TX - Smiley's Ballroom
Aug. 06 - TBA
Aug. 07 - Fort Worth, TX - Ridglea Theater
Aug. 19 – Phoenix, AZ - The Mason Jar
Sept. 10 – Texas – TBA
Sept. 11 – Houston, TX – Texas Murder Fest
Sept. 12 – Dallas, TX – DFW Metal Fest
TBA dates are unconfirmed off-Ozzfest dates with Superjoint Ritual & Devildriver. Vehemence will be on tour with Vital Remains for one week at the end of August. Another upcoming tour in the beginning of September will include a tour with Crematorium, All Shall Perish, and Animosity. Vehemence will be supporting the Mortician and Akercoke full U.S. tour in mid September through October. A European tour is also being arranged by Bruchstein Tours for April 2005 with Abscess. More dates and info will be available on www.vehemence.com.
VEHEMENCE have issued the following update:
"We are gonna be in the KUPD (Phoenix) studios with Into The Pit host Marcus Meng on March 14th to debut some songs off our new CD, Helping The World To See! This will be the first time anywhere that these songs will be played! Expect to hear a few new tracks like ‘By Your Bedside’ and ‘Spirit Of The Soldier’. So be sure to tune in to KUPD 97.9 Into The Pit on Sunday March 14th at 9pm.”
As previously reported, Vehemence recently finished recordings for "Helping The World To See", due in stores on April 19 . The album was produced by Will Solares and Vehemence and engineered and mixed by Will Solares. The album was recorded at Open Primary Productions/DBD Studios, Maricopa, Arizona. Artwork will be delivered by Wes Benscoter.
Before the recordings the band parted ways with keyboardist Jason Keesecker. There are no plans for a replacement, although a session pianist was used for the recordings.
Arizona based Death metallers VEHEMENCE have finished recordings for their second longplayer "Helping The World To See". The album was produced by Will Solares and Vehemence and engineered and mixed by Will Solares. The album was recorded at Open Primary Productions/DBD Studios, Maricopa, Arizona. Artwork will be delivered by Wes Benscoter. "Helping The World To See" will be released on April 19th through Metal Blade.
On a bad note, right before the recordings the band parted ways with keyboardist Jason Keesecker. There are no plans for a replacement, although a session pianist was used for the recordings.
The new album features the following tracklisting: More...