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Vale Of Pnath

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Latest Vale Of Pnath News

Below is our complete Vale Of Pnath 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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The Faceless: “Planetary Duality” Anniversary Tour

The Faceless announce a headlining “Planetary Duality“ 10th anniversary run which will find them playing the album in full along with choice cuts from their albums. Rings Of Saturn, The Last Ten Seconds Of Life, Vale Of Pnath and Interloper will join them as suport acts, with the below initial shows booked: More...

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2018 ‘Bay Area Death Fest’ Lineup Announced

The 2018 ‘Bay Area Death Fest‘ lineup has now officially been revealed. This year's edition will be taking place at Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music in Berkeley, CA from June 08th-10th. Below’s what’s been booked:

Friday, June 08th: More...

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Vale Of Pnath Debut New Video “Unburied”

Vale Of Pnath premiere their official music video for “Unburied” streaming for you below.

This May will find the group out playing on select dates of this year’s ‘Devastation On The Nation Tour‘ with Aborted, Psycroptic, Ingested and more. More...

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Aborted Announced For "Devastation On The Nation"

The ‘Devastation On The Nation Tour‘ will be officially announced later this spring. While dates remain pending, the tour will run from May 25th through to June 23rd, with the below confirmed lineup:

Venom Prison

Vale Of Pnath will join the tour from May 25th-June 08th, while Enfold Darkness will join the trek from June 08th onwards. The full list of dates for the run are expected to be announced next week.

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Butte, MT Getting Halloween Deathfest

Butte, MT will be getting its very own first ever death metal festival this coming October. The Montana Booking Agency comments on the initial lineup:

"Announcing the FIRST WAVE of local support for Halloween Deathfest with Vale of Pnath, First Fragment, Virvum! We are very excited bring you Montana favorites Walking Corpse Syndrome, At Home In Hell, and Shores of Leine! Stay tuned in the weeks to come. We have TONS of bands to announce."

Info and tickets can be found at this location, and more band additions are expected to arrive shortly. More...

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Virvum Joining Vale Of Pnath On Tour

After dropping the "Illuminance" debut in 2016, Swiss tech death group Virvum is eager to keep the momentum going in 2017. With the group performing at multiple European music festivals this year so far, today a U.S. tour has also been announced to take place alongside Vale Of Pnath and First Fragment.

The tour kicks off on September 29th in Chicago, and runs through October 26th, ending in Denver, Colorado. Of particular note, the second date on the tour, Saturday, September 30th, will see the band performing as part of this year's Louisville Deathfest. Full upcoming dates are as follows: More...

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Equipoise Posts Full Album

New tech-death super-group Equipoise premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Birthing Homunculi", which will be out in stores this Friday August 05 through Bandcamp.

Equipoise is:

Stevie Boiser – Vocals/lyrics (ex-Vale Of Pnath)
Nick Padovani – Composition, Rhythm/Lead Guitars
Zach Hohn – Rhythm/Lead Guitars
Hugo Doyon-Karout – Fretless bass (current Beyond Creation bassist)
Guyot Benoit -Drums (Brought by Pain, ex-Beyond Creation)
Jimmy Pitts - Keyboard (Pitts Minneman Project/guest on Spastic Ink and Hannes Grossman- The Radial Covenant) More...

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Vale Of Pnath Pre-Release Full-Album Streaming

Technical death metal outfit Vale Of Pnath premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "II", which will be out in stores tomorrow June 10 via Willowtip Records.

The new album was tracked at Flatline audio by engineer Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Allegaeon), "II" is a perfect amalgamation of complex riff writing, calculated chaos. This is Vale of Pnath fully leveled up, and pushing themselves to new boundaries of tech death precision.

Check out now "II" in its entirety below.

Comments guitar player Vance Valenzuela: More...

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Vale Of Pnath Premieres "A Nightmare Phantasm"

Technical death metal outfit Vale Of Pnath premieres a new lyric video for "A Nightmare Phantasm", taken from the upcoming new album "II", which will be out in stores June 10 via Willowtip Records.

Check out now "A Nightmare Phantasm" below.

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Arkaik Announces Tour With Vale Of Pnath

Progressive death metal faction Arkaik will embark upon a fifteen-date U.S. headlining tour this coming summer.

The "Make America Shred Again" tour 2016 will run from July 2nd through July 24th. Support will be provided by Vale Of Pnath and Singularity, with additional dates to be announced in the coming weeks.

"We are beyond stoked to be hitting this road this July with the incredibly talented Vale Of Pnath and Singularity," issues Arkaik guitarist Greg Paulson. "This is a really special package given the technical and progressive nature of the music. All bands are releasing new music and have new albums to promote. We also have our most ambitious set list to date, spanning our previous two records and our newly released album Lucid Dawn." More...

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Vale Of Pnath Streams "Klendathu"

Vale Of Pnath just released the "Klendathu" track, which can be heard below and comes off the "II" album. New album “II” is set to surface June 10th via Willowtip records. You can pre-order the album right here.

Tracked at Flatline audio by engineer Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Allegaeon), “II” is an amalgamation of complex riff writing, calculated chaos, and Lovecraftian worship. This is Vale Of Pnath fully leveled up, and pushing itself to new boundaries of tech death precision.

Guitarist Vance Valenzuela comments: "We're extremely excited to release our 2nd album 'II.' Its been 4 years since the release of 'The Prodigal Empire,' and we have progressed exponentially with this bands sound. We believe it is only the beginning to something great. This is our most dynamic, technical and mature material to date, that's certain to turn heads.” More...

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Vale Of Pnath Issues Recording Update

Vale Of Pnath has issued the following update about the progress of recording a new full-length album:

"Drums are done, guitars are done, guest solos are rolling in, and bass tracking is well underway. This will be a very, very good music album.

"We will be launching our very first Kickstarter in the next few days because well, we're broke too, and it's our turn now. And we love you guys. And we hope you have a very brutal and sick day today in the guttural slamming mosh. Tiny horns up!" More...

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Vale Of Pnath Parts With Guitarist

Following the departure of the band's vocalist, Vale Of Pnath has gone through another lineup change, this time swapping out guitarists. The group comments:

"Due to personal reasons, Vale of Pnath has parted ways with guitarist Harrison Patuto. Although his time in the band was short lived, he was an outstanding member of this band and is a fantastic guitar player. Moving on from this is always difficult but we have so much in store for you, we can't just give up.

"Having said that, we are very excited to announce that Eloy Montes of Flub will be taking over guitar duties! We are currently in the process of finishing the writing of our full length, and his contributions thus far are more than we could have asked for.

"If you aren't familiar with his playing, check out his band or even better - check out this clip of him playing the first solo in 'Sightless.'"

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Vale Of Pnath Cancels Tour

After splitting with the band's vocalist earlier this month, Vale Of Pnath has also cancelled upcoming tour dates. The band comments:

"Due to increasingly disastrous events within the VoP ranks, we are regretfully forced to cancel our appearance at Armstrong Metal Fest and all of the shows on our STRONGARM TO ARMSTRONG July tour.

"In June, our vocalist Stevie left the band to pursue his lifelong dream of being a master Pokémon trainer. Wishing him well but wasting no time, we took to the Internet and immediately began the hunt for a new singer.

"A few days later, Alan (bass) fractures his heel and is laid up in a cast for the next 6 weeks, unable to tour at risk of further injuring himself and requiring emergency surgery. We didn’t want to but we were prepared to tour without a bass player, embarrassingly enough we’ve done it before, it’s less than ideal but still feasable in a pinch. More...

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Armstrong Metal Fest Announces Lineup

It’s now less than a month until Armstrong Metalfest flings its doors open to the gathering masses, welcoming in another round of Canada’s long running camping festival.

Co-founder Jesse Valstar comments: “Bretton [Melanson, the other co-founder] and I started this when we were 19, and it was a large undertaking. Now we’re 26 and it’s grown beyond us! But now we have the necessary reputation to put on a hell of a show.”

And what a show it is: 36 bands in two days, topped off with Californian deathgrind stars Cattle Decapitation and Canada’s own extreme metallers Anciients. The rest of the bill is a feast of Canadian and U.S. metal, from the vicious deathcore leanings of Angelmaker to the technical heavy metal leanings in Caveat, the power-infused melodeath of the hotly-tipped Crimson Shadows to the blackened death metal roar of Xul.

As well as a stellar lineup, there’s plenty of other forms of entertainment to keep a metalhead amused. Not least, AMF have announced a full-sized wrestling ring, kindly provided by BC’s very own Thrash Wrestling, which will stage a 2-hour show, the winner receiving a custom-made AMF Championship belt. There’s also a farmer’s market on the Saturday, “perfect to get blueberries for a hangover,” quips Valstar, and a long-standing tradition of a Beer Helmet March, where the creator of the most inventive beer case helmet gets two free passes for the next year. Random participants also get merch donated kindly from various bands of the festival, so it can pay off to slap a beercase over your head and walk.

Armstrong Metalfest runs from July 17th - 18th. You can pick up tickets right here. The finalized lineup is as follows: More...

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Vale Of Pnath Splits With Vocalist

U.S. outfit Vale Of Pnath has issued the following announcement about parting ways with front man Stevie Boiser:

"Vale Of Pnath is currently on the hunt for a new vocalist and frontman. Stevie, great guy that he is, unfortunately has stepped down due to recently acquired responsibilities and hardships. We wish him all the best, but we have a lot of work to do so we would like to keep moving forward as soon as possible.

"We have a 2 week tour next month that we plan on making and recording time booked in October that we plan on using. Ideally we are searching for a full-time member, so here's the requirements for that:

– Must be awesome
– Must be 21+
– Must have valid US passport and clean criminal record for international travel
– Must be willing to write lyrics and contribute to the songwriting process
– Must be able to tour a few months out of the year (you'll have plenty of notice, don't worry)
– That's pretty much all it takes to be a band member in general

"If you meet the above requirements, and ONLY if you meet the above requirements, please message us here or send an email to moneyofpnath[at]gmail with some info about yourself, past projects, and start sending us those audition videos!!!"

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Vale Of Pnath Parts With Guitarist

Vale Of Pnath just issued the following announcement online about splitting with the band's guitar player:

"Unfortunately, we have to announce that we have parted ways with guitarist, Mikey Reeves. It has been a honor and a privilege to work with him for over 8 years.

"We still all remain good friends and wish him the best of luck. He is a rad dude and has sick band called Vimana, so keep an eye out.

"With that said, we're stoked to announce Harrison Patuto (Dissonance in Design) as a full-time member of Vale of Pnath. Many of you are already aware that Vance & Harrison collaborated to write Dissonance in Design's Sentient in 2013, and now they are collectively focusing their creative forces to bring our music to another level.

"We can't wait to see to see what comes next! See you guys on the road in April!" More...

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Gabe Seeber Posts Drum Play Through Video

There are many many artists in music today, from pop to metal, that would not be who they are or where they are without YouTube. The possibilities are endless when the right song or video begins to make the rounds and ends up achieving viral status that was typically never expected or intended.

The Kennedy Veil's own Gabe Seeber has decided to get more involved in creating content for fans to watch and share around via YouTube. The first of several upcoming drum play throughs has now been released for "Mental Crucifixion," a track by melodic tech death band Vale of Pnath, from the 2011 album, "Prodigal Empire."

Check it out below, and stay tuned as many more drum play through clips from Seeber will drop throughout the year.

2014 was a banner year for Gabe, with The Kennedy Veil releasing debut album, "Trinity of Falsehood" on January 21st, 2014 via Unique Leader Records, and immediately hitting the road in support of the album alongside labelmates Lord of War and Arkaik. Gabe was also a member of Sacramento tech death outfit and Unique Leader labelmates, Alterbeast. Gabe re-recorded the drums for what would become that band's UL debut album, "Immortal," which saw a release in March of 2014.

In late Spring of 2014, Gabe confirmed that he would once again be the touring drummer for Decrepit Birth for the Summer Slaughter Tour run, alongside death metal legends Morbid Angel, Dying Fetus and more. About a month after returning home from Summer Slaughter, Gabe hit the road with Alterbeast, alongside Chelsea Grin and headliners Suicide Silence and The Black Dahlia Murder for a month long tour across North America, which included being a part of the VIP Kick Off Party for Knotfest in San Bernardino, CA. In late 2014, Gabe officially parted ways with Alterbeast in order to focus more on The Kennedy Veil. More...

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Denver Black Sky Adds Three More Bands

Denver Black Sky - set to take place August 2nd and 3rd at the Gothic Theatre and Moe's BBQ - has announced plans to extend the lineup of the two-day, three-stage event with three additional acts.

The festival organizers are pleased to welcome Mexican death grind perpetrators, Rottenness, which features Mile High City metal veteran Ben Pitts on vocals. The band will drag its own special brand of filthtified death metal to the DBS stage on Saturday.

Also making its way to the ceremony of chaos is Los Angeles powerviolence troupe Maladjusted, and finally Denver Black Sky welcomes iconic grindcore/crust combatants Nausea to the riotous bill.

The second edition of Denver Black Sky features another vicious lineup that includes appearances by 908, ACxDC, Annul, Brutal Truth, Cannabis Corpse, Cattleist, Cephalic Carnage, Condemned Remains, Dead Temple, Doperunner, Early Graves, Ghosts of Glaciers, Gomorrah, In The Company Of Serpents, Khemmis, Municipal Waste, Nails, Noisem, North, Phobia, Resurrection, Scalafrea, Skinned, The Drip, The Xiphoid Process, Theories, Transient, Vale of Pnath, Wayfarer, Xibalba, and Zombie Hate Brigade.

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Denver Black Sky Announces Second Edition

Following a successful debut last December, the bringers of Denver Black Sky are pleased to announce a second edition of live debauchery.

Crowned "Colorado's Best Metal Festival" by Denver Westword, this year's Denver Black Sky event will take place August 2nd and 3rd again at the Gothic Theatre and Moe's BBQ and feature another vicious lineup that includes appearances by:

Day 1 - August 2nd, 2014
Municipal Waste
Cephalic Carnage
Dead Temple
In The Company Of Serpents
Vale of Pnath
Ghosts of Glaciers
The Xiphoid Process
Wayfarer More...

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