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upstate New York's GIZMACHI have now officially filled one of the "mystery band" slots on the second stage of this year's Ozzfest.
GIZMACHI will release their debut CD, "The Imbuing", on May 3 on Big Orange Clown Records, an imprint of Sanctuary Records. "The Imbuing" was produced by SLIPKNOT's M. Shawn Crahan (who also founded Big Orange Clown Records), engineered by Josh Wilbur and recorded at Spin Studios in New York City. GIZMACHI is comprised of Sean Kane on vocals, Jay Hannon and Mike Laurino on guitars, Kris Gilmore on bass and Jimmie Hatcher on drums.
The band filmed the video for their first single, "The Answer", in February in New York. The video was directed by Crahan and produced by Doug Spangenberg (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, LAMB OF GOD, EVERY TIME I DIE).
Ozzfest 2005 billing is now shaping up as follows: More...
Danzig and special guest Doyle have been confirmed as the Saturday headliner for the seventh annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, to be held Friday-Sunday, April 22-24 at the Palladium in Worcester, Mass.
In addition to the regular Danzig set, Doyle with join the band for a blistering 30-minute set of classic Misfits material. Danzig and Doyle have performed together just three times during Danzig’s recent tour – their first performances together in over 21 years.
Hatebreed, Unearth and Obituary will headline Friday night.
Saturday’s other headliners will include Chimaira and Cryptopsy.
Sunday’s headliners are King Diamond, Nile and Soilwork.
Also appearing are A Life Once Lost, All Shall Perish, All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Behemoth, Black Dahlia Murder, Blood Has Been Shed, Bury Your Dead, Dark Tranquility, Darkest Hour, Evergreen Terrace, Full Blown Chaos, Glass Casket, Hypocrisy, If Hope Dies, Internal Bleeding, Ion Dissonance, It Dies Today, Kylesa, Maroon, Misery Signals, Mnemic, Premonitions Of War, Pro-Pain, Red Chord, Reflux, Remembering Never, Scurvy, Sonata Arctica, Stemm, Strapping Young Lad, The Acacia Strain, The Agony Scene, The Esoteric, The Killing, The Minor Times, Throwdown, Trivium, Winter Solstice, and many more to be added.
Single day tickets are $35 per day. Three-day passes are $99. Tickets are on sale at all Strawberries Record Stores, online at tickets.com, or by calling tickets.com at (800) 477-6849.
It's big. It's bad. And it's back for more. Got a problem with that?
Ozzfest — the king of festivals — triumphantly returns this summer to celebrate its hard-earned 10th anniversary with the staggering line-up of BLACK SABBATH, IRON MAIDEN, ROB ZOMBIE, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, SHADOWS FALL and BLACK LABEL SOCIETY. The summer's premier concert festival — which has propelled many of today’s rock bands to superstardom while paying close attention to its discerning fans — will roll out July 15 in Boston and visit 26 cities by the time it reaches West Palm Beach on September 4. The Hot Topic Second Stage will be headlined by ZOMBIE and feature a preview of rock's rising stars, including AS I LAY DYING, MASTODON, THE HAUNTED, IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, BURY YOUR DEAD, SOILWORK, TRIVIUM, IT DIES TODAY, A DOZEN FURIES and more.
"I'm most proud of the success of Ozzfest," says founder Sharon Osbourne. "Everyone said it would never happen and 10 years later we are still in business." In fact, 125 bands, 238 shows and over 4 million fans later, the all-day extravaganza of music and deranged merriment is roaring louder than ever. History in the making, 2005 marks the first time metal legends BLACK SABBATH and IRON MAIDEN have toured together and also represents IRON MAIDEN's first Ozzfest appearance.
IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson said, "This summer's MAIDEN touring is based on the recent 'Early Days' DVD and all the songs we do at Ozzfest will be from our first four albums — 'Iron Maiden', 'Killers', 'Number of the Beast' and 'Piece of Mind'. We will be bringing over our full European show, naturally including as special guest Eddie in various appropriate guises!! The stage sets, production and backdrops will recreate aspects of the shows on the tours around those albums — only bigger… much bigger!!! We don’t know if anyone has done anything like this before but we think it’s something the fans will really appreciate both in the choice of songs and in the production values."
Here are the Ozzfest tour dates: More...
Some Ozzfest 2005 dates have been confirmed while others are still rumoured.
The confirmed dates so far:
July. 31 - Noblesville, IN @ Verizon Music Center
Aug. 2 - Columbus, OH @ Germain Ampitheater
Aug. 18 - Phoenix, AZ @ Cricket Pavilion
Subject to change:
Aug. 4 - Tinley Park, IL @ Tweeter Center
Aug. 6 - East Troy, WI @ Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Confirmed bands for Ozzfest 2005: More...
Bury Your Dead have confirmed their appearance on this year's Ozzfest tour in a posting to their web site. Here's what they had to say:
"Well, great news... Bury Your Dead has now been added to this years OZZFEST! So come out when the time comes! Our next tour is going to be with The Red Chord, A Life Once Lost, If Hope Dies... Check the tour section for more info on that. We want to than anyone and everyone that came out to the Walls of Jericho, Full Blown Chaos and Premonitions of War shows, thanks so much. We'll be working on a newer snazzier website, along with a WORKING store finally, so be on the look out for that in the next few weeks. So keep checking back!"
Boston metalcore outfit BURY YOUR DEAD reportedly announced during their show in Rock Island, Illinois Friday night (Feb. 25) that they have secured a slot at this year's Ozzfest. The band, who are currently on the road with PREMONITIONS OF WAR, WALLS OF JERICHO and FULL BLOWN CHAOS, released their sophomore album, "Cover Your Tracks", last year via Victory Records.
Initial stops have been unveiled for the upcoming North American run featuring The Red Chord, Bury Your Dead, A Life Once Lost and If Hope Dies as follows:
April 01st Lemoyne, Pennsylvania Champion Ship
April 04th Jacksonville, Florida Thee Imperial
April 05th Miami, Florida The Alley
April 07th Orlando, Florida The Back Booth
April 08th Ybor City, Florida The Orpheum
April 09th Tallahassee, Florida Big Daddy's
April 10th Baton Rouge, Louisiana The Darkroom
April 11th Little Rock, Arkansas Vino's
April 12th Memphis, Tennessee The Complex
April 20th Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Café Metropolis
Japan's 1st annual Independence D Festival, a 3 day event set to take place at Studio Coast Shinkiba in Tokyo. Is kicking off from March 11th through the 13th, a host of artists from all over the world will be taking part in this prestigious event. Lineup's for the festival are below:
Day 2 - March 12
BOWLING FOR SOUP
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN
THE RED CHORD
BRUCE LEE BAND
BURY YOUR DEAD
HEAVEN SHALL BURN
HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW
NOT BY CHOICE
Day 3 - March 13
EDGE OF SPIRIT
THE KILLER BARBIES
THINE EYES BLEED
VISIONS OF ATLANTIS
WHEEL OF DOOM
More acts are set to be announced daily!
The organizers of the New England Metal And Hardcore Festival have announced most of the bands that will perform at this year's event, set to be held Friday-Sunday, April 22-24, 2005 at The Palladium in Worcester. The billing for the festival is shaping up as follows:
Friday, April 22, 2005 (doors open at 3:00 p.m.): More...
This year, Metalunderground.com is figuratively handing out an award of its own for "Best Metal Album of The Year." Everyone else hands out "best of year" awards or lists, so why shouldn't we? Afterall, the staff here at metalunderground.com has very diverse tastes, and we know our metal. So this year I asked each of our writers to pick their top 5 albums of 2004 and rank them form 1 to 5. What I saw was a lot of different opinions, but among the differences, two albums rose to the top.
Without further ado...[drum roll, please]...the winner of Metalunderground.com's "Best Metal Album of The Year" honor for 2004 is: More...
Detroit's Walls of Jericho have announced they will headline a nationwide tour this winter with Bury Your Dead, Full Blown Chaos and Premonitions of War playing support. The band has made up for a two year hiatus in spades since they reformed last summer to play Hellfest 2003. Since that time, the female-fronted metalcore combo comprised of Candace Kucsulain (vocals), guitarists Mike Hasty and Chris Rawson, Aaron Ruby (bass) and Alexei Rodriguez (drums) have not sat still for a moment. Most recently the group completed a sucessful headlining run through Europe on the Eastpak Resistance Tour with Unearth and Sick of It All, playing to over 1,000 kids a night. Right before that Walls of Jericho were Stateside on tour with Mastodon and Fear Factory, and then again with labelmates Bleeding Through and It Dies Today. This non-stop touring was an effort to bring live the force of their latest Trustkill Records album, "All Hail The Dead", to audiences.
Walls of Jericho w/ Bury Your Dead, Full Blown Chaos, Premonitions of War tour dates: More...
Walls Of Jericho will be hitting the road for a January/February US headlining tour with Bury Your Dead, Premonitions Of War and Full Blown Chaos in tow. Dates and venues are currently being mapped out.
Three out of the five current members (their singer, a guitarist, and bassist) of A Perfect Murder are leaving the group. Consequently, APM have dropped off their upcoming tour with Bury Your Dead and Scars Of Tomorrow. According to the band, "No hard feelings. personal situations is the reason why it's happening right now." The group will continue on and plan to begin auditions for replacements in the immediate future.
Walls Of Jericho will be touring for several weeks in April with support from Martyr AD, 36 Crazyfists, and Bury Your Dead. Dates scheduled thus far include: More...