Fake Figures (Atreyu, Ex-Hotwire, Etc.) Premiere New Track “Hole In The Sky”

Fake Figures – featuring current and former members of Atreyu, Hotwire and Scars Of Tomorrow – debut their new song “Hole In The Sky“. The track will appear on the band’s as-yet untitled upcoming third EP.

Fake Figures will also be performing a trio of shows with Will Haven this week in California:

05/04 Fullerton, CA – Programme
05/05 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
05/06 Los Angeles, CA – The Viper Room

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WOVENWAR Kicks Off North American Tour With Atreyu And Unearth

– September 18th, 2015 –

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WOVENWAR return to the road this evening with Atreyu. The month-long trek, which includes support from Unearth and Beartooth on select dates will run from September 18th through October 18th. From there, the band will join Sevendust for three special shows in the Midwest on October 21st, 22nd and 23rd. See the complete list of dates below.

In related news, WOVENWAR‘s self-titled debut was recently nominated for two San Diego Music Awards, including Best Hard Rock band, and Best Hard Rock album. Fans still have time to vote. Polls close at 5:00pm PST TODAY, September 18th. Go HERE to cast your ballot.

09/18 The Glass House – Pomona, CA w/ Atreyu, Unearth
09/19 Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA w/ Atreyu, Unearth
09/20 Troubadour- Los Angeles, CA w/ Atreyu, Unearth
09/21 Pubrock – Scottsdale, AZ w/ Unearth
09/22 LVCS – Las Vegas, NV w/ Unearth
09/23 Slims – San Francisco, CA w/ Unearth
09/24 Analog Café & Theatre – Portland, OR w/ Unearth
09/25 Main Street Studios – Walla Walla, WA w/ Unearth
09/26 Studio Seven – Seattle, WA w/ Unearth
09/27 The Venue – Vacouver, BC w/ Unearth
10/02 The Crofoot Ballroom – Pontiac, MI w/ Atreyu, Beartooth
10/05 The Opera House – Toronto, ON w/ Atreyu, Beartooth
10/06 Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC w/ Atreyu, Beartooth
10/07 Irving Plaza – New York, NY w/ Atreyu, Beartooth
10/09 Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA w/ Atreyu, Beartooth
10/10 The Harmony Grange Hall – Wilmington, DE w/ Atreyu, Unearth
10/11 Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD w/ Atreyu, Unearth
10/12 The Norva – Norfolk, VA w/ Atreyu, Unearth
10/14 The Stone Pony- Asbury Park NJ w/ Unearth
10/15 Rex Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA w/ Unearth
10/16 Agora Ballroom – Cleveland OH w/ Unearth
10/17 Frankies Inner City – Toledo, OH w/ Unearth
10/18 Waiting Room – Buffalo, NY w/ Unearth
10/21 Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL w/ Sevendust
10/22 Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, NE w/ Sevendust
10/23 Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO w/ Sevendust

WOVENWAR‘s self-titled debut was released in August of 2014 and landed at #36 on the Billboard Top 200 Charts. On iTunes, the album peaked at #2 on the Rock Charts, and #1 on the Metal Charts during its first week of release. Revolver Magazine heralded the album as, “more multifaceted than anything by As I Lay Dying,” while Decibel Magazine added, “WOVENWAR sounds confident, vital, and even liberated on this splendid debut.

Shane Blay – vocals/guitar
Nick Hipa – guitar
Phil Sgrosso – guitar
Josh Gilbert – bass/vocals
Jordan Mancino – drums


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Wovenwar Adds More U.S. Tour Dates

Wovenwar will be back on the road in September with Atreyu, with the tour also featuring support from Unearth and Beartooth.

If that wasn’t enough, Wovenwar has confirmed the band join Unearth for a batch of shows in September and October. Additionally, Wovenwar has been tapped to support Sevendust for three tour dates in the midwest from October 21 – 23. See the complete list of dates below.

In other news, Wovenwar’s self-titled debut album has been nominated for two San Diego Music Awards, including Best Hard Rock band, and Best Hard Rock album. Fans are invited to vote right here.

Tour w/ Atreyu, Beartooth, Unearth
09/18 Pomona, CA The Glass House *
09/19 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades *
09/20 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour *
09/21 Scottsdale, AZ Pub Rock ***
09/22 Las Vegas, NV LVCS ***
09/23 San Francisco, CA Slim’s ***
09/24 Portland, OR Analog Cafe and Theater ***
09/25 Walla Walla, WA Main Street Studios ***
09/26 Seattle, WA Studio Seven ***
09/27 Vancouver, BC The Venue ***
10/02 Detroit, MI The Crofoot Ballroom **
10/05 Toronto, ON The Opera House **
10/06 Montreal, QC Corona Theatre **
10/07 New York, NY Irving Plaza **
10/09 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club **
10/11 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Soundstage *
10/12 Norfolk, VA The NorVa *
10/14 Asbury Park, NJ The Stone Pony ***
10/15 Pittsburgh, PA Rex Theatre ***
10/16 Cleveland, OH Agora Ballroom ***
10/17 Toledo, OH Frankie’s Inner City ***
10/18 Buffalo, NY Waiting Room ***
*w/ Atreyu, Unearth
** w/ Atreyu, Beartooth
*** w/ Unearth

Tour w/ Sevendust
10/21 Chicago, IL Concord Music Hall
10/22 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
10/23 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall

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Atreyu Signs With Search And Destroy Records

After emerging from hiatus earlier this year, Atreyu played a sold-out-in-minutes warm-up show in its native Orange County, was a featured main stage attraction at both Aftershock and Knotfest, and released a new song titled “So Others May Live.”

Now, the band has confirmed even more good news — its worldwide signing to the Search and Destroy Records imprint as part of the newly-announced joint venture between the label and Raw Power Management and Spinefarm Records. Atreyu’s new album, due out in 2015, will be released through Search and Destroy/Spinefarm.

“We’re truly excited for this union,” said Atreyu drummer Brandon Saller. “Signing with Spinefarm/Search & Destroy will truly allow us to create without restraint. We are looking forward to the future.”

Raw Power’s Vice President Matt Ash concurred, saying, “Raw Power is proud to be representing Atreyu for management worldwide and we’re very excited to move forward with the guys in this fresh chapter of their career.”

“We are beyond excited to welcome Atreyu to the Spinefarm Records roster,” said Spinefarm Director of A&R Darren Dalessio. “As one of the pioneering artists of the metalcore movement, it’s very exciting to see this new album take shape. The new music they are crafting is nothing short of incredible, and there is a real passion and fire within the band right now that is undeniable. We couldn’t be happier to be a part of this next chapter of Atreyu’s already impressive storied career. Expect great things to come in 2015!”

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