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The fifteenth annual edition of the The New England Metal & Hardcore Festival is now just one week away, set to overthrow Worcester, Massachusetts from Thursday, April 18th through Sunday, April 21st.
With the most expansive installment of this mass gathering near, the organizers of the long-running event have today posted a brand new documentary on the festival, available below.
The clip is packed full live footage, exclusive photos, fan interaction, interviews with MassConcerts promoters on how organizing a massive festival of this caliber comes together, as well as interviews with many notable performers of festivals past including members of Shadows Fall, Bury Your Dead, Death Threat, All That Remains, Skeletonwitch, Palehorse, The Acacia Strain, and more.
The lineup for the 2013 edition is available after the jump. More...
Bury Your Dead has posted a live video clip online for the "Slaughterhouse Five" track, which can be viewed below. "Slaughterhouse Five" is off the "Mosh 'n' Roll" album, released earlier this year via Mediaskare. Bury Your Dead also commented on the clip:
"Listen the fuck up! We released a THIRD new music video yesterday so check it out! It's from our European tour back in August with For The Fallen Dreams & Betrayal! Help us out and post this video everywhere!"
You can also find Bury Your Dead's recently posted video clip for "The Sirens of Titan" at this location.
Metalcore act Bury Your Dead has debuted a new music video online for "The Sirens Of Titan." You can check out the clip in the player below.
The band released its latest album "Mosh 'n' Roll" earlier this year via Mediaskare. You can also find the band's previously posted music video for "Slaughterhouse Five" at this location.
Bury Your Dead has debuted a new video for "Slaughterhouse Five" online through Revolver. You can check out the clip below. The song is off the upcoming album "Mosh 'N' Roll," which is due out via Mediaskare Records this Tuesday, August 2nd.
The upcoming Bury Your Dead tour dates are as follows: More...
After previously posting the song "Bluebeard" online, Bury Your Dead has now posted a new song online titled “DeadEye Dick,” which can be heard in the player below. The song is off the band's new album "Mosh 'N Roll," set for release on August 2nd via Mediaskare Records
The album's track listing is as follows:
1. Slaughterhouse Five
2. Nothing Is Lost Save Honor
4. The Sirens Of Titan
5. Deadeye Dick
7. Sun Moon Star
9. Mother Night
11. Mosh ‘n Roll
Metalcore act Bury Your Dead has revealed the track listing for its forthcoming new album, titled "Mosh ‘N Roll." The new full length is set for an August 2, 2011 release through Mediaskare Records. You can check out the album's track listing below and catch a stream of the band's latest single "Bluebeard" at this location.
1. Slaughterhouse Five
2. Nothing Is Lost Save Honor
4. The Sirens Of Titan
5. Deadeye Dick
7. Sun Moon Star
9. Mother Night
11. Mosh ‘n Roll
American metalcore outfit Bury Your Dead has posted a new song online entitled, "Bluebeard," which comes from their forthcoming new studio album, "Mosh 'n' Roll," which is to be released on August 2nd through Mediaskare Records. You can check it out by heading over to Noisecreep. The album marks the return of lead singer Mat Brusso.
Bury Your Dead has revealed the dates for its forthcoming headline tour of the United States. Support on the trek is set to come from Evergreen Terrace, For The Fallen Dreams, In The Midst Of Lions, Thick As Blood, Hundredth, Betrayal and Murder Death Kill. You can view the full list of dates, cities, and venues below.
06/28 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
06/29 Cleveland, OH – Peabody’s
06/30 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
07/01 Dayton, OH – The Attic
07/02 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
07/03 St Paul, MN – Station 4
07/05 Chicago, IL – TBA
07/06 Cedar Falls, IA – TBA
07/08 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
07/09 Dallas, TX – Fat Daddy’s
07/10 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
07/11 San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit
07/12 El Paso, TX – Club 101
07/13 Tucson, AZ – Skrappy’s
07/14 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
07/15 San Diego, CA – Soma
07/16 Lancaster, CA – Pioneer Event Center
07/17 Pomona, CA – Glasshouse
07/19 Oakland, CA – Oakland Metro
07/21 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
07/22 Boise, ID – The Venue
07/23 Salt Lake City, UT – TBA
07/24 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
07/25 Omaha, NE – Sokol Underground
07/27 Huntington, WV – Big Sandy Supercenter
07/28 Augusta, GA – Sector 7G
07/29 Charleston, SC – Oasis
07/30 Douglasville, GA – The 7 Venue
07/31 Springfield, VA – Jaxx
08/01 Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock
A new Bury Your Dead track titled "Slaughterhouse Five" has been posted online, which is off the band's upcoming album "Mosh & Roll." You can hear the song in the clip below. "Mosh & Roll" is due in stores August 2nd, 2011.
Bury Your Dead also recently announced an upcoming European tour. Details on the dates and venues are available at this location.
Bury Your Dead has revealed the dates for its forthcoming trip to Europe and the United Kingdom this coming august. The band will be touring in support of its upcoming new full length titled "Mosh & Roll." You can view the full list of dates, cities and venues below.
08/05 Wiesbaden, GER – Schlachthof
08/06 Leisnig, GER – Suck ‘N’ Summer
08/07 Essen, GER – Brotherhood Fest
08/08 Berlin, GER – Magnet
08/10 Wien, AUT – Viper Room
08/11 Augsburg, GER – Kantine
08/12 Comacchio, ITA – Voodoo Club
08/13 Stuttgart, GER – Juha West
08/14 Ieper, BEL – Ieperfest
08/15 Birmingham, UK – HMV Institute
08/16 Manchester, UK – Academy 3
08/17 Glasgow, UK – Ivory Blacks
08/18 London, UK – Underworld
08/19 Trier, GER – Exhaus
08/20 Kassel, GER – Hot Spot
Many of the headbangers who play Ozzfest every year often describe the traveling circus as a “summer camp.” The annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival in Worcester, Mass. - now in its 13th year - has a similar familial vibe and is more like a family reunion than a concert.
Last night at The Palladium in Worcester, it was a hardcore party as a who's who of the fertile Massachusetts metal scene turned out to check out the long-awaited U.S. reunion of seminal Boston band Blood for Blood. Among the crew hanging out to watch B4B tear it up were Shadows Fall's Brian Fair, Unearth's Ken Susi, Cannae/Death Ray Vision drummer Colin Conway, Acaro frontman Chris Harrell (formerly of Burn in Silence) and Colin Campbell of Colin of Arabia, among others.
The aging theater was packed to the rafters as B4B took the stage. There was a lot of pre-show hype for this one as the band has been destroying it across Europe – and they didn't disappoint.
From the bitter anger of “Pissing All Over Your Hopes and Dreams” to the violent cacophony of “Some Kind of Hate,” the band incited a near-riot on the floor as an old-school Boston circle pit opened up and swallowed anyone within arms' length. Suffice to say there were some busted faces in the crowd by the end of the set - and plenty of ringing ears this morning.
Bury Your Dead, another Massachusetts-bred metalcore band, followed with an equally eardrum-shattering set that continued the chaos and set the stage for Brooklyn thugcore kings Biohazard. Long a favorite in Boston – the guys have a tight bond with many in the Boston/Brockton, Mass. hardcore scene – Biohazard's distorted groove exploded from the speakers and the pit erupted in intensity once again.
Playing a mix of classics and a couple tracks from their new, as-yet-untitled album, the crew was in top form. The show was a good warm-up for what's sure to be a busy year of touring, including a top slot on the June 10-12 Download Festival in the U.K.
Unfortunately, I wasn't able to head back for today's reunion, which includes Skeletonwitch, 3 Inches of Blood, Lazarus A.D., Dying Fetus, Hatebreed, Job for a Cowboy, Carnifex, Born of Osiris and Between the Buried and Me. Many of the local rock stars were expected back today to check out Times of Grace, the latest side project from Massachusetts' Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage.
American hardcore act Bury Your Dead has posted the first video in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage the studio. The footage documents the recording sessions for the band's new album "Mosh & Roll." You can view the video below:
Mediaskare Records has issued the following announcement about signing Bury Your Dead for the release of a new album:
"Matt Bruso is back in Bury Your Dead and will be debuting their latest album on Mediaskare Records this year. He is currently in the studio recording vocals. The full touring plans will be released soon. Music was written/recorded by Slim & Mark Castillo who’s BYD’s original drummer and still in the band."
Additional details on the release will be announced as they are made available.
The full list of bands and dates for which they will appear has been announced for the forthcoming New England Metal And Hardcore Festival. The 2011 edition of the event is set to take place between Thursday April 14, Friday April 15, and Saturday April 16 at the Palladium in Worcester, Massachussets. The festival lineup is as follows:
Thursday, April 14:
OUR LAST NIGHT
STRAY FROM THE PATH
ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS
BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY
ARMOR FOR THE BROKEN
THIS OR THE APOCALYPSE
I THE BREATHER
ACROSS THE SUN
TOO LATE THE HERO
A PLEA FOR PURGING
THE CRIMSON ARMADA
Former Bury Your Dead vocalist Myke Terry has posted the following update online:
"After spending over three years with Bury Your Dead, becoming a family, and almost losing our lives together, I would think that we would all have each other's backs better than this. I never thought someone who hadn’t sweat, bled, or cried with us would have the power to dictate the inner workings of our band.
"I'd like to thank everyone that bought a Bury Your Dead CD, came to a show, or played with us for making the past few years of my life so amazing and I look forward to my future as a solo artist.
"I'm sure everyone who has ever chanted 'Bring back Bruso' is now stoked for his return."
The band, on hiatus since last April, recently began work on a new album, with the group's previous frontman, Mat Bruso, assuming lead vocal duties.
Columbia, South Carolina alternative metal act Crossfade has announced the addition of drummer Mark Castillo of Bury Your Dead to the group's ranks.The band's third album, "We All Bleed," is set for release on April 12, 2011 through Eleven Seven Music.
Here is the tracklisting for the second part of the Victory Metal sampler:
All Out War "Apathetic Genocide"
Within The Ruins "Tractor Pull"
A Hero A Fake "Elk River Falls"
Bury Your Dead "Lion's Den"
Before There Was Rosalyn "The Warrior"
The Autumn Offering "Bleed Together"
Wretched "Cimmerian Shamballa"
Grave Maker "Hell Followed"
Between The Buried And Me "Obfuscation"
Ill Nino "My Prison"
Part one of the sampler can still be downloaded from the same place currently.
THE GHOST INSIDE has posted a new track, "Chrono" (featuring ex-Bury Your Dead vocalist Mat Bruso), from their new album, "Returners," which is set for a June 8th release.
Aaron (guitars) comments, “I thought awhile about what I wanted the music to sound like for this record. I stressed on it until I finally got to the point of not caring. I was so worried about what it was going to sound like that I forgot to just have fun with it. I finally just told myself that if I wrote a part that I liked, then I would keep it regardless of what genre it might fit into. It was ultimately a great decision because after that I started writing tons of parts that I thought were awesome. The record ended up coming together really fast. There's a lot of variety on Returners. I hope you dig it!" More...
South Carolina's THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD has announced they will be supporting OTEP, alongside BURY YOUR DEAD and DESTROPHY from February 15th though April 2nd. The band will be supporting their third full length, "Skepsis," which will hit the streets on February 2nd on Prosthetic Records. Pre-order packages are available now through the label's webstore.
The title track, "Skepsis" will debut this Monday, January 11th at 4:30pm EST by Jose Mangin on Sirius/XM's Liquid Metal. It will be replayed at 8:40pm EST and 11:30pm EST, as well.
The tour dates are:
2/15/10 Tempe, AZ @ Clubhouse Music Venue
2/16/10 Farmington, NM @ Totah Theater
2/17/10 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
2/18/10 Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
2/19/10 Salina, KS @ The Blue Goat
2/21/10 Cincinnati, OH @ Inner Circle
2/23/10 St Louis, MO @ Fubar
2/25/10 Cleveland, OH @ Peabodys
2/26/10 Detroit, MI @ Harpo's
2/27/10 Columbus, OH @ Alrosa Villa
2/28/10 Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
3/2/10 Orono, ME @ 103 Ultra Lounge
3/3/10 Worcester, MA @ Palladium
3/4/10 Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater
3/5/10 Reading, PA @ The Silo Nightclub
3/6/10 Farmingdale, NY @ Crazy Donkey
3/7/10 Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
3/9/10 Raleigh, NC @ Volume 11
3/10/10 Spartanburg, SC @ Gground Zero
3/11/10 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
3/12/10 Orlando, FL @ Lyrica
3/16/10 Little Rock, AR @ The Village
3/17/10 Houston, TX @ Rocbar
3/18/10 Mission, TX @ Smokin Aces
3/19/10 San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
3/20/10 Ft Worth, TX @ Ridglea Theater
3/21/10 Gallup, NM @ El Morro Theater
3/24/10 Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory Concert House
3/25/10 Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
3/26/10 Portland, OR @ Satyricon
3/27/10 Sparks, NV @ New Oasis
3/28/10 Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theater
3/31/10 West Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky
4/1/10 Las Vegas, NV @ Cheyenne Saloon
4/2/10 Ramona, CA @ Ramona Mainstage
Guitarist Justin Longshore commented on "Skepsis:" "Our new record 'Skepsis' finally captures the sound we've always envisioned. I have no doubt in my mind that new and old fans of the band will be pleased when they hear it!"
Since signing with Prosthetic in 2005, TTEOTD has SoundScanned nearly 60,000 copies and toured with a who's who of heavy music, perhaps most notably as part of the now-legendary 2006 Sounds of the Underground tour that featured a stacked lineup of metal gods In Flames, Trivium, Behemoth, Cannibal Corpse, GWAR, The Black Dahlia Murder, Despised Icon, As I Lay Dying and more.
Bury Your Dead has issued the following announcement about letting fans pick the set list for their upcoming tour dates:
"As you may (or may not) know we will be heading out on tour with Throwdown, For Today, ABACABB, and The World We Knew soon.
"We were sitting down to figure out a setlist for this run just like we do before every tour, and we decided we'd try something new. We're going to let YOU pick which songs you want to hear us play.
"Here's the deal, leave us a comment on this blog post and tell us what you want to hear us play. The catch is you can only pick from Cover Your Tracks or newer, and pick no more than 3 songs please. That's it! We're going to leave this open for the next month and then we'll go through and build our list based on what YOU pick. Easy enough right? Let's get to it!"
The currently confirmed tour dates are as follows: More...