Texas In July
From: Ephrata, PA, United States
Last Known Status: Active
Texas in July is an American metalcore band from Ephrata, Pennsylvania. The band formed in 2007 with members ranging in ages from 17 to 19. As of 2010 drummer Adam Gray, and vocalist Alex Good are still attending high school.
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Texas In July has issued the following announcement about missing upcoming tour dates due to health issues with drummer Adam Gray:
"Unfortunately we are not going to be able to attend the upcoming Betraying The Martyrs headliner due to health issues in the TIJ camp.
"It's in our best interest to be local during this time so that Adam can be near his doctors that have been working with him since the inception of his complications. Our apologies are sent to all of our European fans, we will see you soon enough." More...
Pennsylvania's Texas In July today releases monstrous new album, "Bloodwork," via Equal Vision Records.
Texas In July just kicked off a U.S. tour with After The Burial in support of the new record. Dates are as follows:
Sep 16 - Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
Sep 18 - St. Louis, MO @ Pop’s
Sep 19 - Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
Sep 20 - Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
Sep 21 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
Sep 22 - Buffalo, NY @ The Waiting Room
Sep 23 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
Sep 24 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Sep 25 - Albany, NY @ Bogies
Sep 26 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Sep 27 - Allentown, PA @ Croc Rock
Sep 28 - Springfield, VA @ Empire
Sep 29 - Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
Sep 30 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Oct 1 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
Oct 2 - Pensacola, FL @ The Handlebar
Oct 3 - Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
Oct 4 - Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog
Oct 5 - Ft. Worth, TX @ Tomcat’s West
Oct 7 - Merriam, KS @ Aftershock
Oct 8 - Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s
Oct 9 - Cudahy, WI @ The Metal Grill
Oct 10 - Minneapolis, MN @ Skyway Theatre More...
Texas In July is gearing up to release fourth full-length album, "Bloodwork," on September 16th via Equal Vision Records.
Today the band has teamed up with RevolverMag.com to give fans an early listen of the entire new album. Hear the full release below.
The record is also currently available for pre-order at this location, and all pre-orders will include instant downloads for the tracks “Broken Soul,” “Sweetest Poison.” and “Nooses.”
The record’s stream comes just days before the band kicks off a U.S. tour with After The Burial, I Declare War, Reflections and Come The Dawn. Dates can be seen after the album stream. More...
Pennsylvania metal band Texas In July has debuted a new track titled “Sweetest Poison” today through Loudwire.com (also available below).
The song is featured on the band’s fourth full-length album, "Bloodwork," which is due for release on September 16th via Equal Vision Records. Fans can pre-order the record digitally at iTunes (w/instant download of “Broken Soul”) and in a variety of bundles at this location.
"Sweetest Poison is a perfect representation of all that Bloodwork has to offer wrapped up in one song,” says guitarist Chris Davis. “When writing albums in the past, we felt trapped into certain guidelines as far as what a Texas In July song needed to sound like, which was something we wanted to break free of this time around. While this song still sounds like the TIJ our fans expect to hear, it features a bunch of new elements for us. JT's vocal performance on this song is one of my favorites on this album, and he really shows just how dynamic and wide of a range he has!”
The band just wrapped up a European tour and will be hitting the road again in September for a full U.S. tour with After The Burial, I Declare War, Reflections and Come The Dawn. More...
Pennsylvania metal band Texas In July will join After The Burial on a Fall headlining tour, which kicks off on September 13th in Moorhead, MN.
The band will be touring as direct support behind new full-length record, "Bloodwork," which is due out on September 16th via Equal Vision Records. Tickets for the tour are on sale now at this location.
Texas In July recently debuted a video for the song "Broken Soul," which can be seen right here. The new song and upcoming album marks the band’s first record with new singer, JT Cavey, who has reinvigorated the band with his brutal screams and cathartic vocals.
With the addition of Cavey, along with cohorts Adam Gray (drums), Chris Davis (guitar) and Ben Witkowski (bass), Texas In July approached the recording of "Bloodwork" with a new sense of purpose and direction, holding nothing back as they unleashed some of the heaviest riffs and aggressive music the band has ever written.
The band is currently on the road in Europe with IWrestledABearOnce and will return in September for a tour with After The Burial. Dates are available below. More...
Pennsylvania metal band Texas In July has officially announced the new record "Bloodwork" will be released on September 16th via Equal Vision Records. You can check out the song "Broken Soul" below.
Following the release of a 2012 self-titled record, Texas In July joined forces with new vocalist JT Cavey. Following several tours together under the new lineup, Texas In July entered the studio as a four-piece in January of 2014, in its hometown of Lancaster, PA with producers Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland. The new album also features a special guest spot from Miss May I vocalist Levi Benton on “The Void.”
“I think this album shows us at our most extremes,” says guitarist Chris Davis. “It has some of our heaviest and most aggressive moments to date and also our most melodic and mellow sections as well. It was all about pushing ourselves to extend our boundaries.”
The album's track listing is as follows:
1. Broken Soul
2. Sweetest Poison
3. Pseudo Self
5. The Void (ft. Levi Benton)
6. Inner Demons
9. The Tightrope
11. Bloodwork More...
Texas In July is gearing up to drop a new album later in 2014 via Equal Vision Records. In anticipation of that coming release, the band today drops a new single titled "Broken Soul." Check out the new song in the YouTube clip available below, courtesy of Revolver Magazine.
Unearth has announced "The Oncoming Storm" tenth anniversary tour with Texas In July, Cruel Hand, and Armed for Apocalypse.
The band is celebrating ten years since the release of "The Oncoming Storm" and will be performing the album in its entirety each night. "That record created a lot of opportunities for us," says frontman Trevor Phipps, "we've decided to honor our fans by playing it in it's entirety for the first time ever."
"The Oncoming Storm" was released in 2004 via Metal Blade Records. Phipps continues, "In addition to playing all the songs from 'Storm,' we will also be playing different songs nightly from our other albums as well as one off our new album which is due out later this summer."
This Spring, Texas In July will head out on a U.S. headline tour with support from Structures, Erra (4/22-4/27), Myka, Relocate (4/29-5/10), and Elitist.
The trek will follow the band's recently announced Canadian tour, supporting Unearth and Winds of Plague, and aperformances at the 2014 New England Metal and Hardcore Fest.
Vocalist JT Cavey, who performed with Texas In July on a run with The Devil Wears Prada and on the Vans Warped Tour this past summer, was just recently announced as an official member of Texas In July. The band’s announcement and introduction to Cavey can be found below. Texas In July’s new album will be out later this year on Equal Vision Records.
“Going into this next run with JT being officially announced is extremely exciting. It's something that has been long awaited on our end, as well as our fans. We now have the opportunity to really share the new and improved TIJ, and what a better way than touring all throughout Canada and the US,” shares bassist Texas In July Ben Witkowski. “We’re really looking forward to meeting and talking with fans along the road about our recent changes! April can’t come any sooner!”
Cavey adds, "It is impossible to express my excitement to begin this tour through words, so I will channel my passion, as I have before, through my performances. I know we, as a band, have been longing to show old and new fans what the new Texas In July line-up is all about. We want to leave every pair of eyes and ears with a whole new intensity and fulfillment that you have never experienced from us before." More...
Texas In July is working a currently-untitled new album, and now the band has posted the first in a series of in-studio video clips online. Check it out below, and stay tuned for further info on the coming album.
The latest round of additions to the continually-expanding lineup for 2014's installment of the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival has been disclosed, including Massachusetts' own '90s hardcore punk act, Sam Black Church.
Confirmed as one of the main headliners of the event's third night, Saturday, April 19th, Sam Black Church's set at NEMHF 2014 will mark only the third performance since the group initially disbanded at the turn of the century, and first in Central Massachusetts since the late '90s.
Stated the band upon being asked to take part in the massive event this Spring: "It is amazing what the man we used to know as Ogre has done with the New England Metalfest! We are fucking excited to be a part of it once again!"
The organizers of the fest comment: "Formed in Boston, in June of 1988 by Jesse "Jet" Crandall (vocals), Ben Crandall (guitar), Richard G. Lewis (bass), and J.R. Roach (drums), Sam Black Church was known for their energetic live performances, playing a frenetic blend of hardcore, metal, and thrash. Over the years sharing bills with bands as diverse as Bad Brains, Clutch, Motörhead, Cro-Mags, Fear, and Helmet, they were one of the most popular hardcore bands in the Northeast United States during the 1990s. After releasing three full-lengths on Taang! Records, they left to join Wonderdrug where they remained until they retired in 2000 after releasing a total of seven albums. Since disbanding, Sam Black Church reunited for a sold-out show on September 22, 2007, at The Roxy in Boston, and played a another sold-out performance at Hometown Throwdown #16 with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones at House of Blues in Boston on December 29th, 2013. A documentary of their career by Duncan Wilder Johnson entitled Leave Behind a Groove in the Earth is scheduled for release in 2014."
Also now confirmed to invade this year's festival are Oceano, Scars of Tomorrow, The Last Ten Seconds of Life, InDirections, and Julius Seizure on Thursday, April 17th, and Reflections on Friday, April 18th. The setup for Saturday, April 19th has also been lengthened with Texas In July, Obey The Brave and the aforementioned Sam Black Church performance. The currently announced lineup is as follows: More...
Texas In July is set to release a new self-titled album on October 9th, 2012 and today the band has revealed another track from the album. Check out "Paranoia" over through Alternative Press here. You can also listen to the previously posted song "Cry Wolf" in the player below.
Texas in July has posted a new lyric video clip online for the song "Cry Wolf," which will be appearing on the band's new self-titled album, due out October 9th, 2012. Check out the song in the player available below. Pre-orders for the album can be found at this location. Texas in July will also be hitting the road with For Today and Impending Doom in October, with full details right here.
Hundredth will be hitting the road with For Today, Impending Doom, The Chariot (10/11-10/24), Sleeping Giant (10/25-11/11), and Texas In July this coming October for "The Unshakable Tour." The dates are as follows:
10/11 St. Petersburg, FL @ The State Theatre
10/12 Orlando, FL @ H2O Live!
10/13 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Rocketown
10/14 Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Hall
10/16 McAllen, TX @ Geo's
10/17 Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock
10/18 Lubbock, TX @ Cactus Courtyard
10/21 Las Vegas, NV @ South Hills Church
10/23 Tempe, AZ @ Nile Theatre
10/24 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
10/25 Oakland, CA @ Oakland Metro
10/26 Boise, ID @ The Venue
10/27 Spokane, WA @ The Kave
10/28 Seattle, WA @ Studio 7
10/30 Salt Lake City, UT @ Foursquare Church
10/31 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
11/1 Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground
11/2 Bloomington, IL @ The Castle Theatre
11/3 Dayton, OH @ The Attic
11/4 Lansing, MI @ The Loft
11/6 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's
11/7 Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall
11/8 Danbury, CT @ Tuxedo Junction
11/9 Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
11/10 Columbia, MD @ Genxaret
11/11 Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street More...
Texas in July has now posted a fourth and final in-studio clip from the band's sting working on a new album with Will Putney at The Machine Shop Studios. Watch video #4 below, or you can still check out the last video update from Texas in July over here.
Texas in July has released a third studio video update from the band's time recording a new album with Will Putney at The Machine Shop Studios. Check out this newly posted video clip in the player below, or you can also find the last entry in the video series at this location.
Texas In July is currently recording a third full-length album with Will Putney at The Machine Shop Studios in NJ. Texas In July has now checked in with a video update from the band's time in the studio and performing recent live shows. Check out the clip below.
American nu metal veterans Limp Bizkit have been confirmed as the final headliner for this year's edition of Belgiums largest heavy metal festival, Graspop Metal Meeting. Also newly confirmed for the festival are Behemoth, Black Label Society, Godsmack, Slash and All Shall Perish, while the organisers have also announced that Young Guns and Lagwagon have pulled out of the event. Graspop Metal Meeting will take place in Dessel, Belgium from June 22nd - 24th and will feature the following lineup, with more to be announced shortly:
Ozzy Osbourne and friends (Headliner)
Limp Bizkit (Headliner)
Guns N Roses (Headliner)
All Shall Perish
August Burns Red
Black Label Society
Black Veil Brides
Children Of Bodom
Canadian metal/hardcore band Obey The Brave will make its U.S. debut at the 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival on Friday, April 20th.
The new band features former members of Century Media recording artists Despised Icon and Mediaskare's Blind Witness.
"Some of my favorite touring memories took place at the Palladium," said vocalist Alex Erian. "So stoked to be back and can't wait to play Obey The Braves' first US show ever at the NEMHF. Shit's about to get real, fellas."
Obey The Brave is managed by Good Fight Entertainment and is now working on its debut album for a label to be announced.
The 14th Annual New England Metal and Hardcore Festival will take place Friday, April 20 through Sunday, April 22 at the Palladium in Worcester, Mass. More...
The organisers of Belgiums largest heavy metal festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, have confirmed a further nine names for this years edition of the event, including French death metal outfit Gojira, English doom metal veterans My Dying Bride and American hard rock legends Twisted Sister, as well as I Killed The Prom Queen, Cancer Bats, Lagwagon, While She Sleeps, Black Spiders and Kobra And The Lotus. Graspop Metal Meeting will take place in Dessel, Belgium from June 22nd - 24th and will feature the following lineup, with more to be announced shortly: More...