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Below is our complete Candiria 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.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Two more line ups have been confirmed for this year's Stillborn Fest. Here are the two new ones along with the previously reported Worcester one.
December 26 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
FULL BLOWN CHAOS
LOVE IS RED
THE AUTUMN OFFERING
FOREVER I BURN
December 27 - New York City, NY @ Roseland Ballroom More...
Candiria have returned from a two-year hiatus and things have clearly changed.
July marked the release of What Doesn't Kill You... an opus that destroys any notion folks thought they had about this Brooklyn band, who have taken their style of extreme hardcore to completely unexpected levels.
The change in music reflects the difficulties the band have been through in the past couple of years. Besides feuding with former labels, in September of 2002 Candiria were involved in a van collision with an 18-wheeler while touring, nearly killing the entire band — hence the title of the new album.
Candiria bassist/backup vocalist Michael Macivor spoke with ChartAttack recently about the incident: More...
The brutal people over at Metal Injection have posted a new episode of their TV show online, which features a hilarious interview with Howard of Killswitch Engage.
Also, you can finally check out Trivium's video "Like Light To The Flies" Videos from Shadows Fall, Candiria and the End are also featured on this episode. The episode is streaming online here.
Metal Injection also airs on TV in Brooklyn on Tuesday Nights at 12:30AM on Ch. 67 Cablevision, 34 Time Warner.
Boston-based quintet Diecast just shot a video for "Medieval" with acclaimed director Dale Resteghini (Fear Factory, Hatebreed). The track comes off of the band's highly anticipated new album, "Tearing Down Your Blue Skies," set for an October 19th release. Jeremy Wooden (bass) checks in with the following band update:
Diecast just had a very busy weekend. First I'd like to thank Mike Hsu and WAAF for the interview on Harder Faster on Thursday night. On Friday, we shot our first video for our single "Medieval." I'd like to thank Scott Lee for being so cooperative and allowing us to use Fat Cat's if we had needed it. At the last minute we were able to end up shooting the video at Fort Revere in Hull, which was amazing. We were expecting a few cameras and a couple of people for the video. What we got were 4 box trucks full of equipment and a 15 person video crew. Dale and his crew were some of the best people we've ever met. We had camera's on mini railroad tracks, lighting, fog machines, guns, hookers and fire-trucks. For a minute I thought I was playing bass for Britney Spears....it was awesome. I'd like to thank all of our friends we haven't seen in a long time for coming out to be in the video. We even had a surprise guest appearance by the almighty hoods in the video.
On Saturday night we played a hometown show at Club Liquid, which is about a mile from my house. The club took great care of us and the show went well minus the fight that happened and some asshole owes me 150.00 for putting their foot through my bass case. We topped it off on Sunday at WAAF sponsored Locobazooka. Unfortunately, for us and Candiria we went on after Damageplan who closed their set with "Walk" by Pantera. That was a tough act to follow but Candiria ripped it up, brought all the kids running back over and the crowd gave us an amazing reaction. Kids were singing our new stuff all the way to the back of the crowd, which was amazing to us. I'd also like to thank our manager Mike Crowley and his buddy Kevin for helping out all weekend. Last but not least we finally got scrims and a banner, which almost made me cry tears of joy. Thanks everyone for a great weekend and we'll see you soon.
Diecast will also embark on a string of headlining west-coast dates in early November. It has been three years since the band hit this area and these shows are not to be missed.
10/15 The Edge - Augusta, ME (Record Release Show)
10/16 Downtime - New York, NY (CMJ Showcase)
10/17 The Bomb Shelter - Manchester, NH
10/31 The Kave - Bucksport, ME (Halloween Party)
11/04 The Whisky - West Hollywood, CA w/ All Shall Perish
11/05 Big Game - Fresno, CA
11/06 Chain Reaction - Anaheim, CA w/ Cattle Decapitation, Black Dahlia Murder
Unearth arrived home from Ozzfest but the band has not stopped working. Unearth are gearing up to practice for their first headline tour.
To say the least, guitarist Ken Susi is very enthusiastic about the tour. "It is invigorating to finally have our first headline tour; we are so excited to play our first full set."
Unearth just came off of the biggest tour, this summer's Ozzfest 2004 - "I must admit that we learned a lot watching the other headline bands this summer, Ozzfest felt like the proving ground for us and I am confident that we are a better band from the Ozzfest experience and are now a more professional career band. Expect to see Unearth at its best we will play our hardest every night."
Vocalist Trevor Phipps is psyched by the lineup and the fact that the band are headlining a club tour, " I am stoked about this tour package, I will get to watch three amazing bands every night; I am also thrilled to play small clubs again - this is where we come from."
Unearth update from Trevor:
Our show at Brew Ha-Ha’s in Winston-Salem, North Carolina has been changed to Ziggy’s. Our tour will now be playing with Shadows Fall, The Haunted, Candiria and All That Remains on that date only. Tickets should be on sale for all the shows on our upcoming US headlining run. Make sure to pick up your tickets before they are gone. Tour starts in two weeks! See you all soon.
The Massachusetts-based thrash metal quintet Shadows Fall will soon embark on a headlining tour with All That Remains, Candiria and Full Blown Chaos. The trek, dubbed The War Within tour, is set to begin September 16th running through October 2nd in support of the group’s highly anticipated new album. This tour comes off the heels of Shadows Fall's extremely successful headlining stint on the Strhess Tour, and will be the last time this year the band will play these types of intimate venues. The group will also play a special one off show, supporting Judas Priest at the Mohegan Sun Arena in CT on 8/29. Tickets to all shows are now onsale; go to www.shadowsfallrocks.com for additional information.
For most shows, the band will be offering tickets before they go on sale to the general public. The majority will have reduced service charges compared to the usual ticket outlets. This is a first come first serve online ticket ordering system with a maximum order of four tickets. Tickets for New York City, Chicago and Cleveland are already available and going fast. We fully expect these shows to sell out so get tickets while you can. Click here to order your tickets now. Be sure to check back as the page will be updated frequently.
Shadows Fall's stunning new offering, "The War Within," was produced once again by Zeuss (Hatebreed) at Planet Z Studios and features 10 tracks of sonic devastation. The group also just completed a video for the track “The Power of I and I” directed by Dale Resteghini (Fear Factory, Hatebreed) and look for it to make its debut shortly. This is the group’s fourth full-length release and is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed "The Art of Balance." The new effort, set for a September 21st release, is their most unrelenting, yet dynamic offering to date, further proving why they are the undisputed leaders of their genre.
Upcoming Shadows Fall tour dates: More...
According to Candiria, the band will be one of the support acts for the upcoming Shadows Fall tour this September.
Some more KITTIE, 36 CRAZYFISTS, CANDIRIA, TWELVE TRIBES dates have been released, check them below. KITTIE's new album "Until The End" is set to hit stores on July 27th:
July 21 - Houston, TX @ The Engine Room
July 23 - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
July 25 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
July 27 - Tampa, FL @ The Masquerade
July 28 - Jacksonville Beach, FL @ Freebird Cafe
July 31 - Washington D.C @ 9:30 Club
August 1 - Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
August 3 - Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
August 5 - Clifton Park, NY @ Northern Lights
August 7 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre
August 8 - Buffalo, NY @ The Continental
August 14 - Detroit, MI @ Harpo's
These dates tack onto the previously released dates, which are as follows:
July 16 - Lubbock, TX @ The Pavilion
July 17 - San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
July 18 - Austin, TX @ The Backroom
July 20 - McAllen, TX @ La Villa Real Special Events Center
July 24 - Tallahassee, FL @ Floyd's Music Store
July 29 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
July 30 - Myrtle Beach, SC @ House Of Blues
CANDIRIA have posted a preview of their new song "The Nameless King" on their officail site, Candiriamusic.com. Check it out here.
After a lengthy hiatus of sorts, originally stemming from a serious van accident in late-2002, Brooklyn's Candiria are currently in the studio recording a new full-length entitled "What Doesn't Kill You...". Late last year the band signed with Type A Records, of which renowned producer David Bendeth is president. Look for the new album to hit stores in June.