Metal News for February 23, 2003
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5 news articles posted on this day.
27 will head out on their first-ever European tour supporting Boston heavyweights Isis. Here are the dates: More...
Today Is The Day will return to Europe for the first time in 3 years. The trio will headline an extensive European tour. More dates are to follow but the first dates to be announced are listed below: More...
Skinless will enter Albany's Max Trax Studios on February 26th with veteran producer Neil Kernon (Judas Priest, Queensryche, Cannibal Corpse) to record their sophomore Relapse record 'From Sacrifice To Survival'. Origin's John Longstreth will be contributing his drumming talents to the recording, which will include the tracks "From Sacrifice To Survival", "Don't Risk Infection", "Escalate Discord", "Deathwork" and "Miscreant". 'From Sacrifice To Survival' is tentatively scheduled for a June 3rd release.
Immediately following recording Skinless will hit the road for a string of string European dates with The Crown and Monolith.
Skinless European tour dates with The Crown and Monolith: More...
Dying Fetus have finished recording their new full-length, entitled 'Stop At Nothing', at Maryland's Hit & Run Studios with longtime producer Steve Carr. Immediately upon finishing the record the recently-expanded quintet (with new guitarist Mike Kimball) will hit the road for a massive US Tour with Hate Eternal, Kataklysm, and Into Eternity.
'Stop At Nothing' is expected to hit stores May 13th.
Here are the Dying Fetus Tour Dates: More...
Dead Ringer Records confirms the first US performance by England's DEMON. The band is scheduled to perform March 8 as part of the fifth annual New Jersey Metal Festival, a 3-day event being held at the Cricket Club in Irvington, New Jersey.
DEMON vocalist Dave Hill says, "We are looking forward to playing at the Metal Fest. Our albums are now being made available on domestic release through Dead Ringer, who have been instrumental in getting DEMON to America. We are looking to reach a bigger audience and hopefully this is the start of many visits to the USA."
The band, together now over twenty years, hit the US as Dead Ringer release four more albums from the band's back catalog. The performance is expected to feature selections from the band's recording past and material from their latest album, Spaced Out Monkey.