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Below is our complete Titans Eve 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.
With two full-lengths under their belts, the Vancouver, BC thrashers from Titans Eve return with a preview of artwork, track listing, and headbanging audio from upcoming effort "Chasing The Devil," due out June 12th, 2015.
Vocalist / guitarist Brian Gamblin comments: "We are so proud and excited to start sharing our upcoming album 'Chasing The Devil' with the metal community! All we want as a band is to empower and connect with all of you and this new album will do just that."
Recorded at Vancouver's Warehouse Studio with producer Eric Mosher, plus mastering done by Canadian metal hero Jeff Waters of Annihilator, "Chasing The Devil" features eight skull crushing tunes that stay true to Titans Eve's roots of straight up anthemic thrash. More...
Titans Eve has checked in with the following announcement about entering the studio to record a new album:
"Well, after a long search, We've finally settled on a studio and producer for our third full length album!
"We are incredibly excited to announce the talented Eric Mosher will be taking the helm at none other than the Warehouse studios right here in Vancouver, Canada.
"This album has been in the making for a little over a year now, with every song being honed and perfected to be the absolutely best individually and collectively. We've been taking influence from everything we've done in the past while exploring and expanding to create something intense, and groove heavy while retaining our melodic and modern approach to thrash.
"Beginning April 5th, we will lay down an album we couldn't be more proud and excited for. Stay tuned for art work and the album title in the near future!"
Asher Media Relations, which represents some of Canada's best up and coming metal talents, is proud to offer a holiday sampler to fans near and far to head bang their season greetings.
Featuring nineteen tracks of AMR's 2012 roster, the sampler showcases metal genres ranging from brutal death, thrash, power, prog to folk, and a taste of some heavy rock. Download the sampler for free via Bandcamp here or listen in the player below. The track listing is as follows:
1. Titans Eve - Destined To Die 03:08
2. Adrenechrome - Titans Fall 03:18
3. Chariots of The Gods - Tides of War 03:20
4. Auroch - From Forgotten Worlds 04:35
5. Tribune - The Succubus 03:14
6. Mortor - Under The Flag 03:00
7. Psychostick - Jolly Old Sadist 03:24
8. Dark Century - Kill The Crowd 03:55
9. XUL - Mastication of Putrescent Empyrean Remains 05:14
10. Odium - No Way Out 04:18
11. Vesperia - Pints Held High 04:21
12. Scythia - Sailor's Accolade 03:19
13. Edge of Attack - Forever 03:46
14. All Else Fails - This Burden of Life 05:13
15. The Rabid Whole - Future 03:56
16. Arcane Saints - Never Say Die 04:07
17. Project Mars - Hey! 03:07
18. New Jacobin Club - My Smile 02:36
19. The In & Outs - Sleepy Sheep 03:35 More...
After it was announced that Titans Eve would be joining Arch Enemy for upcoming tour dates, Hackneyed has now issued the following statement about also joining the European trek:
"We're very proud to announce that Hackneyed will support Arch Enemy on their upcoming european tour in October 2012! It's a honor for us to play with such a great band! Hope to see a lot of you guys there!" More...
Titans Eve has issued the following announcement about joining Arch Enemy on tour for ten upcoming live shows:
"We are pleased to announce we are going on tour with one of our favorite bands, Arch Enemy! Brian and Angela Gossow have been talking for some time and after listening to our latest album Life Apocalypse she's offered us 10 dates on their next European tour.
"This is really exciting for us and its an incredible opportunity to play to the awesome metal heads of Europe. We will see you all there in October!" More...
Axis Of Metal is very proud to present the first volume of the Axis Of The Underground compilation album. You can stream or download the release in the player below or over at bandcamp. The following press release was issued about the compilation:
"Axis Of The Underground is going to be an on-going effort that will be a collection of releases that contain some of the purest and most exciting heavy metal from all the many facets of heavy music.
"Volume one is a twenty-two track metal opus that encompasses twenty-two bands spanning from thrash metal, black metal, power metal, progressive metal, doom metal and many different varieties of death metal. The Axis Of The Underground is two hours of uncompromising metal from emerging artists who are true their craft and decimate all who stand before them.
"The Axis Of The Underground’s ethos is one of an uncompromising dedication to the underground. This compilation is YOUR chance to put your ear to the ground and hear the talent you’ve been missing."
The track listing is: More...
Vancouver thrashers Titans Eve, whom opened for Korn this past weekend, have teamed up with Canada's music authority Exclaim! Magazine to share with fans an exclusive listen of their new album "Life Apocalypse" before its release on July 13th. Check out the full album stream at this location.
"They say if you stare into the abyss too long, the abyss stares back. So instead just listen. Here is our album Life Apocalypse," says vocalist / guitarist Brian Gamblin. The band's upcoming live shows can also be found below.
Tour Dates w/ ANVIL:
July 30, 2012 - The Exchange - Regina, SK w/ ANVIL + guests
July 31, 2012 - The Odeon - Saskatoon, SK w/ ANVIL, Untimely Demise, Lavagoat, Agony Spawn
August 1, 2012 - The Scott Block - Red Deer, AB w/ ANVIL, Day One
August 2, 2012 - The Pawn Shop - Edmonton, AB w/ ANVIL + guests
August 3, 2012 - The Distillery - Calgary, AB w/ ANVIL + guests
August 4, 2012 - The Sapphire Lounge - Kelowna, BC w/ ANVIL
August 5, 2012 - The Rickshaw Theatre - Vancouver, BC w/ ANVIL, Skullhammer, Dead Asylum
Tour Dates w/ KILL DEVIL HILL:
August 9, 2012 - Dicken's Pub - Calgary, AB
August 10, 2012 - Badland Community Center - Drumheller, AB
August 11, 2012 - The Vat - Red Deer, AB
August 12, 2012 - The Pawn Shop - Edmonton, AB
August 16, 2012 - Corktown Pub - Hamilton, ON
August 17, 2012 - The Rockpile - Toronto, ON
August 18, 2012 - The Underworld - Montreal, QC
August 19, 2012 - L'Agitee - Quebec City, QC
August 20, 2012 - Mavericks - Ottawa, ON
Vancouver thrashers Titans Eve are now streaming the new single "Destined To Die" online throuigh Decibel Magazine's Deciblog. Check out the song at this location or in the player below.
The single is from the band's upcoming concept album "Life Apocalypse," set for release on Friday, July 13th and is the follow up to last year's debut "The Divine Equal."
Vocalist / guitarist Brian Gamblin comments on the track, "'Destined to Die' is the track we feel really introduces our album's theme of a personal apocalypse on a broad scale. It's about a person's everyday struggle with life challenges and how in the end we die no matter how hard we fight to live. Death is the storm we can't see, but our wanting to triumph over challenges despite the inevitable end is what makes us real." More...
Vancouver-based act Titans Eve will unleash the band's second full-length album "Life Apocalypse" on July 13th, and the band is now proud to announce an upcoming Western Canadian tour with legendary Canuck metallers Anvil.
"Our album 'Life Apocalypse' drops on July Friday the 13th, just in time for our tour with Anvil!!! We are all very excited to start playing for you guys again and to be able to join Canadian metal legends this time!" says vocalist/guitarist Brian Gamblin. The following press release was issued about the album:
"After touring North America last summer in support of their debut album 'The Divine Equal' that was named 'Album of the Month' (Sept 2011) by Metal Hammer Germany and conquered the #7 on the Top 20 of 2011 Canadian Loud Charts. Titans Eve returned the studio to begin work on their 11 track follow up thrasher 'Life Apocalypse' produced by the band and recorded by Sacha Laskow of Divinity at Perfect Fifth Studios in Calgary, AB.
"Like its predecessor, 'The Divine Equal', which is based on John Milton's poem 'Lost Paradise' and The Book of Genesis. Titans Eve's sophomore album 'Life Apocalypse' is a concept release that focuses on life changing events and having the courage to survive overall disaster.
Titans Eve is gearing up to unleash a second full-length album, titled "Life Apocalypse," and the band has now posted a preview of the album online, which can be viewed below. The album is available for pre-order with a free T-shirt on the Titans Eve bandcamp page for a limited time only.
After touring North America last summer in support of debut album "The Divine Equal," Titans Eve returned the studio to begin work on the 11 track follow-up thrasher "Life Apocalypse," produced by the band and recorded by Sacha Laskow of Divinity at Perfect Fifth Studios in Calgary, AB.
"We're all very excited to start sharing 'Life Apocalypse' with fans. This is just taste of what's to come from this head banging summer soundtrack. So turn it all the way up, grab a bottle of your favourite drink and start doing shots to the moshing sounds of Titans Eve," says guitarist Kyle Gamblin.
Following the release of "Life Apocalypse" this summer on Friday, July 13th, Titans Eve will once again pile into the “Titan Train” (i.e. the band's 2007 Ford E-350 van) and travel across Canada. More...
Titans Eve has issued the following update about working on the band's new album "Life Apocalypse:"
"The album is sounding great! Vocals will start tomorrow, and we're looking forward to wrapping this up to give everyone something to bang their heads to this summer!"
The artwork is available here and the track listing for the "Life Apocalypse" album is as follows:
1. Overcast (Intro)
2. Destined to Die
3. Road to Ruin
4. The Abyss
5. Dissension (Instrumental)
6. Life Apocalypse
7. A Wound That Never Heals (Instrumental)
8. Hollow Gods
9. Divided We Fall
10. Frozen In Time
11. The Void
Titans Eve has posted the cover artwork online for the band's new album "Life Apocalypse," which can be found below. The group commented:
"Here is the art provided by Bjoern Goosses of Killustrations designs. This man is a mastermind and highly recommended by us. Just something to look at until your hear the killer recordings! Stay tuned everyone, it's gonna be epic!"
You can also find drum recording footage from the creation of the new album "Life Apocalypse" at this location.
Hani Al-Abbadi from the Jordanian dark oriental metal act Bilocate is going to share a recipe in the upcoming book "For Those About To Cook Pure Metal" by Bruce Moore. The following press release was issued about the book:
"For Those About To Cook Pure Metal is a collection of recipes, anecdotes and pictures from metal musicians from around the world. With contributions from numerous musical genres and countries, this is truly a multi-ethnic collector’s cookbook. Readers will be presented with recipes ranging from appetizers to full course meals and desserts.
"Pure Metal is more than a cookbook: it is also a fan collectible as it includes short informative biographies, high quality pictures of the artists (mostly in a kitchen setting)), pictures of the food and, in some cases, a quote about why the recipe or food is important to the contributor. Readers and fans will gain an insider’s view into the lifestyle and habits of the artists and bands; a sort of backstage pass or behind-the-scenes look into the lives of their favorite artists far from the stage and the studio."
Titans Eve has checked in with the following update about the band's progress on the "Life Apocalypse" album:
"The drums for the new album are done! We start rhythm guitars this week. The album will be fully recorded by the end of the month. We're also unveiling album artwork very soon.
"Check out the drums in the player below. It's gonna be a hell of a record!" More...
Brian Gamblin of Canadian band Titans Eve has issued the following update about the writing process for the band's new album:
"We have completed all writing for our new album 'Life Apocalypse.' Recording begins in Calgary, Alberta March 1st with Divinity lead guitarist and recording engineer Sacha Laskow.
"The 'Life Apocalypse' North American tour kick's off in Seattle June 15th. 2012 is going to be one hell of a year!
"Happy new year to all our metalhead family out in cyberspace!"
The upcoming "Life Apocalypse" album will be the follow-up to "The Divine Equal" (reviewed here), with more details to be announced as they are made available.
Asher Media has posted a sampler album online for streaming and free download featuring 13 bands on the company's roster. You can check out the songs through the player below or via Bandcamp. The track listing is as follows:
1. All Else Fails - This World In Flames - 04:04
2. Auroch - Astral King - 05:03
3. Bolero - Pints Held High - 04:21
4. Fallstaf - The Cost - 03:21
5. Fatality - Thrash Fuck Eat Sleep - 05:25
6. Kill Matilda - Geisha With A Switchblade - 04:21
7. Nephelium - Merciless Annihilation - 06:17
8. Ninjaspy - Evolution of Skid - 02:58
9. Scythia - For The King - 05:08
10. The New Jacobin Club - This Treason - 05:01
11. Titans Eve - Judgement - 04:47
12. Versus The Nothing - Killer - 03:00
13. Without Mercy - Chasm - 04:31 More...
Titans Eve has checked in with the following update about the band's upcoming "Life Apocalypse" album:
"Hey everyone, just a quick update on the progress of our next album 'Life Apocalypse.' We've been making huge progress on the album. The songs that have been written so far are insane! Tons of speed and power with loads of melodies. We're all very excited on everything and we're still pushing for release early next year.
"We would also like to give a shout out to the new fans we've made in europe thanks to Metal Hammer with the interview and album of the month honour titled 'heroes from tomorrow.' We hope you all enjoy your new Titans Eve shirts and CD's!
"We're working on a tour now for summer 2012 that will allow us to finally see you all! Thanks for stopping by."
Vancouver, BC thrashers Titans Eve completed their two month North American tour last July in promotion of their debut release "The Divine Equal." The band has now posted the latest video blog from the tour chronicling Titans Eve's adventures from Philadelphia to Vancouver. Check out the clip below.
Vancouver's Titans Eve, which took part in the Riffs not Riots gig in July, has issued the following update about work on a new album:
"Hey everyone, just giving an update on Titans Eve so your not scratching your heads! So the two month tour (which felt like years, in a good way) is over and with much success. We were lucky enough to play with some awesome bands and meet a lot of cool people. We sold roughly 250 CD's most of which were in the U.S.. We made a lot of new fans and friends and it was an amazing experience to play in U.S.A..
"Now, while the new album is being prepared for release early next year, we landed an interview/review in this issues Metal Hammer Europe and it is available all over Europe! It carries an exclusive CD celebrating Metallica's Black Albums 20th anniversary with covers on many of its tracks. Lemmy covers Enter Sandman! Tens of thousands of people have the opportunity to read our little article and I hope they can check us out.
"We know there is a lot of anticipation for some new TE material so were gonna work as fast and hard as we can to deliver. Expect the new album early next year, look forward to seeing a huge tour following the release and stay tuned!
The Riffs Not Riots show was an effort by the Vancouver metal community to showcase local talent while emphasizing that while we love our violent music, we don’t condone violence in our streets. The show was a way of protesting against the riot that devastated Vancouver shortly after the Canucks’ loss against the Boston Bruins in game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
The MetalUnderground.com-sponsored event took place on July 13th, 2011, at the Fortune Sound Club, strangely located in the heart of Chinatown. Proceeds went to Canucks for Kids Fund, a nonprofit charity run by the Vancouver Canucks NHL organization. The crowd was a mixed group, ranging from hipsters to an old guy in a fishing cap (he had to be at least 60 or 70) who rocked out until closing. Somehow, the anti-riot theme of the show toned down the moshing as most of the audience just stood and soaked up the tunes. More...