Unearth Frontman Talks About New Album
UNEARTH vocalist Trevor Phipps has checked in with the following update:
"It has been an amazing couple of years for us and we are just blown away by the overwhelming response we have received around the world. We are about to go into writing hibernation and pool our collective experiences together to make another bad-ass record. So far what we have written is faster, heavier and darker than anything we have ever done. We will unleash the best record of our lives next summer. With us a ton of touring is imminent when we put out a record, so we will be back to all the places we traveled to the past two years and even add a few more countries and continents to the list in 2006 and 2007.
"As for our last few shows of the album cycle, we will be playing in Boston, Portland and Providence before we go away for a while. Playing all three of these cities is something we used to do every other weekend back in the day, but we haven't been to either place in at least two years so we felt the need to visit again before we are done. It is something we are looking forward to and the bands playing are bands we hand picked for a reason."
UNEARTH w/ WALLS OF JERICHO, SINCE THE FLOOD, IF HOPE DIES, SCREAMS OF ERIDA:
Dec. 08 - Revere, MA - Wonderland Ballroom
Dec. 09 - Portland, ME - The Station
UNEARTH w/ IF HOPE DIES, BACKSTABBERS INC, TORCHE, SCREAMS OF ERIDA:
Dec. 11 - Providence, RI - Living Room
UNEARTH recently released a special edition of "The Oncoming Storm" with a bonus DVD that features the original EPK — "Live at Downtown", featuring "My Heart Bleeds No Longer", "The Great Dividers" and "Black Hearts Now Reign", as well as interview footage, backstage antics, "Eye of the Oncoming Storm", a behind-the-scenes look at making "The Oncoming Storm", plus all of UNEARTH production videos as seen on MTV and Fuse.
UNEARTH supported SLIPKNOT on their "Subliminal Verses Tour: The Final Volume". Also appearing on the bill were AS I LAY DYING.
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