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No Consequence

From: United Kingdom
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Latest No Consequence News

Below is our complete No Consequence 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.

No Consequence Posts "Speechless" Video

No Consequence will release "Vimana" on June 8th, 2015 with pre-orders now available at this location. A music video for "Speechless" can be seen below, and the full track listing is as follows:

1. Acala
2. Our Time Has Come
3. Is This a Way to Live?
4. Resistance (feat. Kevin Letford)
5. The Turning Point
6. Half Light
7. Citizen
8. Speechless
9. Disconnect
10. Signs
11. Vimana More...

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No Consequence Releases Music Video

No Consequence has a new video clip out now for "Enemy of Logic," which can be seen below and comes off the "IO" album. Vocalist Kaan Tasan also comments on the track:

"Enemy Of Logic is about the opportunity to choose for yourself what you want to believe in and not live your life according to someone else's rules. Sadly there are a lot of people in the world who are forced into a certain belief system or way of life that they have no say in. It worries me that in a lot of cases these systems, that should be there to unite people, have been distorted, causing violent conflict, tearing our world apart." More...

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No Consequence Offering Single For Free Download

After releasing a music video for "Coerce: Conform," No Consequence has now made the single available for free download.

You can stream the track through the player below, or download the song at the Basick Records Bandcamp page here. More...

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No Consequence Posts New Music Video

U.K. act No Consequence has teamed up with Metal Hammer to release a new music video for the track "Coerce: Conform." Check out the clip right here or in the player below. The "Coerce: Conform" single is also set to be officially released this coming Monday, March 4th.

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Berma Offering Free Summer 2012 Sampler

The lifestyle, music, and action sports driven apparel company Berma has put together a Summer Sampler music compilation featuring 26 Berma family bands.

Berma's "Summer Sampler 2012" compilation features tracks from the likes of Straight Line Stitch, Hero In Error (Mediaskare), Turbid North (Ironclad Recordings/Metal Blade), The Kennedy Veil (Unique Leader), No Consequence (Basick), and 21 other up and coming bands.

The compilation can be streamed via the "Summer Sampler '12" tab on Berma's official Facebook page here. A link to a free download of the compilation is also available on the same page.

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Uneven Structure Announces Headlining Tour

Uneven Structure will set out on the band's first headline tour of the U.K. in July, with Basick Records label mates, No Consequence.

Primed and ready to embark on the headlining "Ramparts of Sageness" tour, the band will kick things off on the 12th July in Reading, in what promises to be an experience not to be missed. For the first time the band will play a full 70 minute back to back set of the 2011 debut album, "Februus" and the 2009 EP, "8."

Comments guitarist, Igor Omodei: "We're truly thrilled to be able to do our first ever headline tour in the UK! We've had the chance to tour the country twice previously and it's a great step up for us to finally be able to offer a completely uncut show to one of the most energetic audiences we've ever met. Having support from our friends and label mates No Consequence as well as Broken Torment and Sentience of Eschaton will ensure to make each night a real delight for both the crowd and us!" More...

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Free Sixty Track Compilation Available

Derelict has issued the following announcement about appearing on the free "Sounds To Destroy The Masses" compilation:

"www.thenewreview.net has released it's 1 year anniversary compilation, called Sounds To Destroy The Masses. Derelict, along with label mates Odium and Misguided Aggression, are featured with close to 60 other heavy artists. The comp is completely free, so go to this location to download it. Also of note, Eric and Max both write reviews for The New Review. Find archives of all their posts in the 'staff' section of the website."

Other bands appearing on the compilation include Cephalic Carnage, Rikets, Skinlab, Hell Within, Chelsea Grin, and more.

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No Consequence Parts Ways With Vocalist

No Consequence has issued the following statement regarding the departure of vocalist Phil W.:

"NC are very sad to announce that Phil (vocals) is leaving the band due to health reasons. We are devastated to lose such a good friend, but we wont be stopped and wish to continue to build on our recent success. For our up coming shows we have our good friend Adam Winter from The Finest Bloodlust to fill the spot until we find a permanent replacement. Here’s a statement from Phil himself:"

"I want to make sure that people understand I'm leaving the band on the best terms possible - a health problem is holding me back from being the super dedicated vocalist the band needs to keep growing and building on the success of 2009. I love NC, they've been one of the biggest parts of my life for close to 5 years now and every time I look at my NC tattoo I think of the times we've spent together and our achievements! I honestly love the band like family, I think of the guys as nothing less than brothers and I know that as the band continues to move forward without me - I wont loose contact with some of the best people in my life..." More...

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No Consequence Posts Two New Songs Online

U.K. metal band No Consequence recently posted their two new tracks "The Fallen" and "Latitudes" online. Both songs come from the band's new album, "In the Shadow of Gods," which came out on August 31st through Basick Records.

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