Five Finger Death Punch Debut New Music Video “When The Seasons Change” – Dedicate It To Fallen Las Vegas Police Officer Charleston Hartfield

Five Finger Death Punch debut a music video for their latest cut, “When The Seasons Change“. Nick Peterson directed the clip, with the track taken from the group’s latest release “And Justice For None“. The video is dedicated to late Las Vegas police officer Charleston Hartfield, who died in the October 2017 mass shooting at the “Route 91 Harvest Music Festival” in Las Vegas.

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Hallow Point Premiere New Video “Blistering”

In celebration of the upcoming tour, HALLOW POINT is thrilled to reveal their new music video for the melodic metal anthem, “Blistering”, cut from their latest Andrew Wade-produced (A Day To Remember, The Ghost Inside, Miss May I, Neck Deep) EP, Beyond Our Name, out now. Watch the music video now below:

Tour Dates:

3/9 St. Louis, Missouri @ The Firebird

3/10 Memphis, Tennessee @ Rockhouse Live Midtown

3/11 Nashville, Tennessee @ The East Room

3/12 Chattanooga, Tennessee @ Ziggy’s

3/13 Marietta, Georgia @ Swayze’s Venue

3/14 Columbus, Georgia @ Soho Bar & Girll

3/15 Athens, Georgia @ The Caledonia Lounge

3/16 Charleston, South Carolina @ The Sparrow

3/17 Raleigh, North Carolina @ Coughlin Compound

3/19 Fayetteville, North Carolina @ The Drunk Horse Pub

3/20 Charlotte, North Carolina @ The Rabbit Hole

3/21 Greensboro, North Carolina @ The Somewhere Else Tavern

3/22 Lexington, Kentucky @ Al’s Bar

3/23 Cincinnati, Ohio @ Mad Frog

3/24 Louisville, Kentucky @ Brewskee’s

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Yashira Premiere New Video “Redact (Flood)” & Sign With Good Fight Music,

Yashira have signed with Good Fight Music which plan to release their new effort “Shrine” on April 13th. Ahead of that album comes the below Cameron Nunez directed music video for Yashira’s new single “Redact (Flood)”.

The band are out now with labelmates Axis on the below tour:

02/08 Jacksonville, FL – Raindogs
02/09 Atlanta, GA – Eyedrum
02/11 Charleston, SC – Purple Buffalo
02/12 Norfolk, VA – Charlie’s American Cafe
02/13 Philadelphia, PA – TBA
02/14 Brooklyn, NY – The Kingsland
02/15 Wallingford, CT – WAMLEG
02/16 Albany, NY – Chrome
02/17 Washington, DC – Slash Run
02/18 Greensboro, NC – New York Pizza

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Withered Bones Posts “Shallow Roots” Music Video

The official Withered Bones music video for “Shallow Roots” is now online and can be seen below, taken off the band’s latest release “For the Ones I Love,” due out December 4th, 2015.

Russ Ullrich, Withered Bones vocalist, had this to say about the song: “Some wounds take longer to heal than others, but we are at a stage in life where we won’t always have time to fully recover before facing another let down. This song is to remind anyone who has faced death, abandonment or insecurity to stay strong. Things will fall apart, and that’s okay.”

You can catch Withered Bones live on these dates:

04/05 San Jose, CA @ The X Bar
04/06 Redding, CA @ Sweet Spot
04/07 Grants Pass, OR @ Eaden Ballroom
04/08 Bremerton, WA @ The Charleston
04/09 Spokane, WA @ The Pin
04/10 Twin Falls, ID @ House Show
04/11 Reno, NV @ Fort Ryland
04/12 Las Vegas, NV @ The Cave

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Odyssey Announces “The SkeleTour” Dates

The SkeleTour is an all instrumental trek featuring Spokane’s prog metal outfit Odyssey as well as Flannel Math Animal and Isthmusia.

The tour is focusing on Western Washington and Oregon from September 25th – October 2nd, with full dates available below. Odyssey is also gearing up to release the impending “Voids” album, with pre-orders available here.

9/25 – The Kraken – Seattle, WA*
9/26 – Coo Coo’s Nest – Port Angeles, WA*
9/27 – TBA – Tacoma, WA*
9/28 – Bella Luna Pizzeria – Suquamish, WA^
9/29 – The Pig Bar – Olympia, WA^
9/30 – The Charleston – Bremerton, WA^
10/1 – Black Forest – Eugene, OR^
10/2 – Porch Couch – Portland, OR^

*With Flannel Math Animal
^With Isthmusia

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Shroud Eater Posts New “Face The Master” EP Online

Miami, Florida’s Shroud Eater will release the two-song EP, “Face The Master,” this coming April 7th, 2015 on regular and special-edition cassette via Primitive Violence Records & Visual, as well as a digital download.

Today, Noisey is hosting a stream of the full EP. Check it out below, and be sure to catch the band live on these dates:

4/22 Savannah, Georgia @ The Jinx
4/23 Raleigh, NC @ The Maywood
4/24 Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
4/25 Brooklyn, NYC @ Saint Vitus Bar
4/27 Wilmington, NC @ Reggie’s Tavern
4/28 Charleston, SC @ Tunnel Of Lust House Show

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Dark Sermon Joining Sworn Enemy On U.S. Tour Dates

Tampa metal act Dark Sermon has finished production on a new, yet-to-be titled LP due out later this year via eOne Music / Good Fight Music.

“All I can say is that it is certainly a step in a new and interesting direction,” says frontman Johnny Crowder. “As a whole, it is slower, faster, heavier, more engaging, and more mature than ‘In Tongues.’ I think we finally found our true sound. We’re touring extensively in support of this new record, so keep an eye out for dates. Our tour with Sworn Enemy, Wretched, Hammer Fight will kick off our Spring/Summer cycle, and we can’t wait to get back out on the road again.”

The band will set out on a batch of tour dates this April with Sworn Enemy, Wretched, and Hammer Fight. Dates start in Charleston, SC on April 7th and even hitting a few cities in Mexico before wrapping things up in Providence, RI on May 1st.

4/7/2015 – Charleston, SC – Upstairs @ Joe’s Pasta
4/8/2015 – Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
4/9/2015 – Baton Rouge, LA – Spanish Moon
4/10/2015 – Corpus Christi, TX – Boozers
4/11/2015 – McAllen, TX – Metropolis
4/12/2015 – Austin, TX – Empire Control Room & Garage
4/15/2015 – Guadalajara, MX – Calle 2
4/18/2015 – Mexico City, MX – Circo Volador
4/19/2015 – San Luis Potosí, MX – Bunker
4/21/2015 – Phoenix, AZ – Club Red
4/22/2015 – Las Vegas, NV – The Adrenaline
4/23/2015 – Salt Lake City, UT – Bar Deluxe
4/24/2015 – CO Springs, CO – The Flux Capacitor
4/25/2015 – Hays, KS – Singers
4/26/2015 – Crest Hill, IL – Bada Brew
4/27/2015 – Toledo, OH – Iggy’s
4/28/2015 – Saginaw, MI – Counter Culture
4/29/2015 – Cleveland, OH – The Foundry
4/30/2015 – Buffalo, NY – Broadway Joes
5/1/2015 – Providence, RI – @ Firehouse 13

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Sworn Enemy Announces “No Mercy No Surrender” Tour Dates

New York hardcore outfit Sworn Enemy has announced the dates of the No Mercy No Surrender tour 2015.

Wretched (Victory Records), Dark Sermon (Goodfight Music), and Hammer Fight will be joining the tour, kicking off April 7th in Charleston, South Carolina and working it’s way throughout the U.S. before wrapping up on May 1st in Providence, Rhode Island.

Sworn Enemy will be touring in support of latest record “Living on Borrowed Time” (Rock Ridge Music/ADA) which landed on two of Billboard’s top charts including #8 on The Heatseekers Chart and #20 on the Hard Music Chart.

April 07 – Charleston, SC @ Upstairs @ Joe’s Pasta
April 08 – Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
April 09 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Spanish Moon
April 10 – Corpus Christi, TX @ Boozers
April 11 – McAllen, TX @ Metropolis
April 12 – Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room & Garage
April 15 – Guadalajara, MX @ Calle 2
April 18 – Mexico City, MX @ Circo Volador
April 19 – San Luis Potosí, MX @ Bunker
April 21 – Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red
April 22 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Adrenaline
April 23 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Bar Deluxe
April 24 – Colorado Springs, CO @ The Flux Capacitor
April 25 – Hays, KS @ Singers
April 26 – Crest Hill, IL @ Bada Brew
April 27 – Toledo, OH @ Iggy’s
April 28 – Saginaw, MI @ Counter Culture
April 29 – Cleveland, OH @ The Foundry
April 30 – Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joes
May 01 – Providence, RI @ Firehouse 13

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Beyond The Shore Comments On Recruiting New Drummer Jonathon Pugh

Lexington, KY’s Beyond the Shore, which recently returned from The Blackest Hearts Tour with Bermuda, is pleased to announce Jonathon Pugh as the group’s new full-time drummer.

Jonathan joined Beyond the Shore on the road for The Blackest Hearts Tour where he delivered a commanding performance at each stop of the 18 date tour. The 22-year-old drummer from Shelby, NC previously played for the band Lions of Winter.

The band comments: “All of us in Beyond the Shore are very excited to announce that we’ve brought in Jonathon Pugh to be our new full-time drummer. We all met him in North Carolina while recording our current release Ghostwatcher and had stayed in touch since. Here we are almost later and we couldn’t be happier to have him sitting behind the kit for us. Jonathan’s a very talented drummer, but more importantly he fits well with us as dudes and that’s invaluable when making music and touring together.”

Catch Beyond the Shore live with Jonathan behind the kit when the band joins Fit For An Autopsy and Legion. The tour began on July 25, with Beyond the Shore hopping on board on August 4th in Greensboro, NC through the conclusion of the tour on August 12 in Pittsburgh, PA.

08/05 Charleston, SC The Skatepark Of Charleston
08/06 Orlando, FL Uncle Lou’s
08/07 Tampa, FL Epic Problem
08/08 Jacksonville, FL Atticus Music
08/09 Douglasville, GA The Seven Venue
08/10 Charlotte, NC Tremont Music Hall
08/11 Wilmington, DE The Harmony Grange Hall

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Bone Dance Re-Releasing “Snakecharmers” EP

Melotov Records presents its release of Bone Dance’s 2010 EP, “Snakecharmers,” which is due out August 27th.

Originally self-released by the band and now long out of print, “Snakecharmers” finally gets its justice, thanks to Melotov. A limited run of 500 copies, Melotov’s reissue of the EP features new artwork, adorning a one-sided, color vinyl 12″ (200 “smoke haze,” 300 gold).

From Boise, Idaho, Bone Dance churns out what the band refers to as “utter, desert-driven nihilism” – suffocating heaviness in the order of Botch, Coalesce, and Engineer. Sludgy riffs spiral downward, drums strike and recoil, and vocalist Morgan Mechling spits pure disgust as if preemptively delivering mankind’s eulogy.

The “Snakecharmers” reissue comes after Melotov’s release of Bone Dance’s self-titled full-length in Fall 2012. The “Snakecharmers” track listing is as follows:

1. Dirge
2. Devil’s Arithmetic
3. Birds Singing (Wolves Licking Blood)

You can also catch Bone Dance live:

Aug 17 – Boise, ID @ Sammy’s
Aug 18 – Spokane, WA @ The Phat House
Aug 19 – Seattle, WA @ The Black Lodge
Aug 20 – Tacoma, WA @ The New Frontier
Aug 21 – Bremerton, WA @ The Charleston
Aug 23 – Medford, OR @ Musichead
Aug 24 – Oakland, CA @ The Hive
Aug 26 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Down n’ Out
Aug 27 – San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe
Aug 28 – Pomona, CA @ Aladdin Jr’s
Aug 30 – Lancaster, CA @ Punk Is Dead Fest

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