Guitarist Jeff Pogan Quits Suicidal Tendencies

Jeff Pogan, rhythm guitarist of Suicidal Tendencies, has posted the below announcement via his Instagram:

“Hey guys,
I have decided to leave Suicidal Tendencies for personal reasons.
This means I will not be playing on any of the upcoming shows or tours.
I wish the guys the best of luck and am grateful for all of the experiences I had with them.

– Jeff“

Suicidal Tendencies themselves have not publicly addressed the matter yet. Pogan had been a band member since 2016.

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Destrage launches guitar play-through for ‘To Be Tolerated’

– July 6th, 2017 –

You can try to put Destrage in a box but you will never succeed. Words such as “progressive”, “cinematic”, “mathcore”, “technical” and “groove-laden”, could be thrown at them, but really the only one you need is Destrage, for they are in a category of their own making. This has never been more true than on A Means To No End, the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based 5-piece, which was released last October via Metal Blade Records. Riveting from start to finish, it leads the listener through an emotionally-charged labyrinth of complex yet catchy melody and muscle, following nobody’s rules, and it stands out as one of the truly unique releases of 2016.

For a preview of A Means To No End, Destrage has now launched a play-through video by Camilla Boro (Sandhog Music Production) for the album track “To Be Tolerated” (featuring guitarist Ralph Salati), which can be viewed at: youtube.com/watch?v=aQlFp7XgxNA

To purchase guitar tabs for A Means To No End, head over to: sheethappenspublishing.com

To purchase A Means To No End, please visit: metalblade.com/destrage

Destrage line-up:
Paolo Colavolpe – vocals
Matteo Di Gioia – guitar
Federico Paulovich – drums
Ralph Guido Salati – guitar
Gabriel Pignata – bass

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Destrage launches guitar play-through for “Blah Blah”

– June 27th, 2017 –

You can try to put Destrage in a box but you will never succeed. Words such as “progressive”, “cinematic”, “mathcore”, “technical” and “groove-laden”, could be thrown at them, but really the only one you need is Destrage, for they are in a category of their own making. This has never been more true than on A Means To No End, the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based 5-piece, which was released last October via Metal Blade Records. Riveting from start to finish, it leads the listener through an emotionally-charged labyrinth of complex yet catchy melody and muscle, following nobody’s rules, and it stands out as one of the truly unique releases of 2016.

For a preview of A Means To No End, Destrage has now launched a play-through video by Camilla Boro (Sandhog Music Production) for the album track “Blah Blah” (featuring guitarist Matteo Di Gioia), which can be viewed at: youtube.com/watch?v=XuwbwNiWhcI

To purchase A Means To No End, please visit: metalblade.com/destrage

Destrage line-up:
Paolo Colavolpe – vocals
Matteo Di Gioia – guitar
Federico Paulovich – drums
Ralph Guido Salati – guitar
Gabriel Pignata – bass

Destrage online:
http://www.destrage.com
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Destrage launches guitar play-through for “Dreamers” online

– January 19th, 2017 –

Guitar transcription for new album, ‘A Means To No End’, now available online

You can try to put Destrage in a box but you will never succeed. Words such as “progressive”, “cinematic”, “mathcore”, “technical” and “groove-laden”, could be thrown at them, but really the only one you need is Destrage, for they are in a category of their own making. This has never been more true than on A Means To No End, the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based 5-piece, which was released in October 2016 via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of A Means To No End, a guitar play-through video (by Camilla Boro // Sandhog Music Production) for the track, “Dreamers”, featuring the band’s own Matteo Di Gioia and Ralph Salati, is now online: youtube.com

The entire guitar transcription for A Means To No End can also be purchased online now at: shthppns.com

To hear more from A Means To No End, and to purchase the record in various formats, please visit: metalblade.com/destrage

Riveting from start to finish, A Means To No End leads the listener through an emotionally-charged labyrinth of complex yet catchy melody and muscle, following nobody’s rules. Known for their powerful live shows, these tracks are sure to sound incredible when blasted from titanic speakers as Destrage takes them to the masses at their upcoming European shows. See below for all tour dates!

Destrage tour dates
Jan. 27 – Turin, Italy – Lo Chalet
Feb. 3 – Frattamaggiore, Italy – Sound Music Club
Feb. 4 – Modugno, Italy – Demode Club
Feb. 10 – Brescia, Italy – Latte+
Feb. 11 – Cesena, Italy – Vidia Club
Feb. 18 – Vicenza, Italy – k2
Mar. 11 – Legnano, Italy – Land of Live

Destrage “European Unrest Tour” dates
w/ Periphery, The Contortionist

May 2 – Wiesbaden, Germany – Schlachthof
May 3 – Lausanne, Switzerland – Les Docks
May 5 – Milan, Italy – Santeria Club
May 6 – Bologna, Italy – Zona Roveri
May 7 – Wien, Austria – Szene
May 8 – Berlin, Germany – Lido
May 9 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset
May 11 – Helsinki, Finland – Tavastia
May 13 – Stockholm, Sweden – Klubben
May 14 – Oslo, Norway – Vulcan Arena
May 16 – Hamburg, Germany – Markthalle
May 17 – Koln, Germany – Essigfabrik
May 18 – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix
May 19 – Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz
May 20 – London, UK – O2Forum
May 21 – Paris, France – Trabendo
May 23 – Nantes, France – Le Ferrailleur
May 24 – Toulouse, France – Connexion
May 25 – Lyon, France – CCO
May 26 – Esch-Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal
May 27 – Nijmegen, Netherlands – Doornrosje

Destrage line-up:
Paolo Colavolpe – vocals
Matteo Di Gioia – guitar
Federico Paulovich – drums
Ralph Guido Salati – guitar
Gabriel Pignata – bass

Destrage online:
http://www.destrage.com
http://www.facebook.com/destrage
http://www.youtube.com/destrage
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Destrage launches video for new single, “Don’t Stare at the Edge”, online

– October 17th, 2016 –

You can try to put Destrage in a box but you will never succeed. Words such as “progressive”, “cinematic”, “mathcore”, “technical” and “groove-laden”, could be thrown at them, but really the only one you need is Destrage, for they are in a category of their own making. This has never been more true than on A Means To No End, the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based 5-piece, due out October 21st via Metal Blade Records. Riveting from start to finish, it leads the listener through an emotionally-charged labyrinth of complex yet catchy melody and muscle, following nobody’s rules, and it stands out as one of the truly unique releases of 2016.

For a preview of A Means To No End, a video for the new track, “Don’t Stare At The Edge”, is now online. Written, edited and directed by Lorenzo Ameri and produced by Camilla Romeo, “Don’t Stare At The Edge” can be viewed here: metalblade.com/destrage

Destrage comments: “‘Don’t Stare At The Edge’ faces the theme of fear, an emotion that paralyzes. Should we want more? Should we be cautious and stay with what we have? ‘Maybe I’m trying too hard to keep this much together, when the pile falls apart into pieces, I have no hands to grab them’ means that the expression ‘less is more’ may be true when it is about possessions, but wrong when it is about settling for undesirable, humble conditions like jobs – we refer to that as ‘just a means to an end…’
The fact is, ‘less is a bore’. That’s why we think that jumping down the cliff, hand in hand with fear, is a good thing. ‘Don’t stare at the edge, take a good look down’, even though heroes tell you to not look down when they come and they think they are saving you.”

For another preview of A Means To No End, a lyric video (directed by The Jack Stupid / thejackstupid.com) for the first single, “Symphony of the Ego”, can be seen at: metalblade.com/destrage – where the record can also be pre-ordered in the following formats:


–CD
–180g black vinyl
–olive marble vinyl (limited to 200 copies!)
*an exclusive t-shirt bundle, plus digital options are also available!

Destrage recorded A Means To No End at RecLab Studios in Milan, reuniting with their longtime collaborator Larsen Premoli, and his assistant Alex D’Errico. While tracking, at the suggestion of drummer Federico Paulovich, they brought percussionist Alessandro “Pacho” Rossi into the fold. Having entered into the writing process with no plans beyond simply wanting to write good music, the finished product – which is mixed by Steve Evetts and mastered by Alan Douches – is somewhat revelatory, and will certainly grab the attention of anyone exposed to it. Known for their powerful live shows, these tracks are sure to sound incredible when blasted from titanic speakers as the band take them to the masses.

See below for the official track-listing!

A Means To No End track-listing
1. A Means to No End
2. Don’t Stare at the Edge
3. Symphony of the Ego
4. Silent Consent
5. The Flight
6. Dreamers
7. Ending to a Means
8. Peacefully Lost
9. Not Everything Is Said
10. To Be Tolerated
11. Blah Blah
12. A Promise, a Debt
13. Abandon to Random

Destrage line-up:
Paolo Colavolpe – vocals
Matteo Di Gioia – guitar
Federico Paulovich – drums
Ralph Guido Salati – guitar
Gabriel Pignata – bass

Destrage online:
http://www.destrage.com
http://www.facebook.com/destrage
http://www.youtube.com/destrage
http://twitter.com/destrage
http://instagram.com/destrage_official
http://www.soundcloud.com/destrage

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Destrage Reveals New Album “A Means To No End”

“A Means To No End,” the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based Destrage, is due out October 21st via Metal Blade Records.

For a first preview of “A Means To No End,” a lyric video directed by The Jack Stupid for new single “Symphony of the Ego” can be found below.

Destrage recorded “A Means To No End” at RecLab Studios in Milan, reuniting with longtime collaborator Larsen Premoli and his assistant Alex D’Errico. While tracking, at the suggestion of drummer Federico Paulovich, the group brought percussionist Alessandro “Pacho” Rossi into the fold.

1. A Means to No End
2. Don’t Stare at the Edge
3. Symphony of the Ego
4. Silent Consent
5. The Flight
6. Dreamers
7. Ending to a Means
8. Peacefully Lost
9. Not Everything Is Said
10. To Be Tolerated
11. Blah Blah
12. A Promise, a Debt
13. Abandon to Random

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Destrage reveals details for new album, ‘A Means to No End’

– August 30th, 2016 –

You can try to put Destrage in a box but you will never succeed. Words such as “progressive”, “cinematic”, “mathcore”, “technical” and “groove-laden”, could be thrown at them, but really the only one you need is Destrage, for they are in a category of their own making. This has never been more true than on A Means To No End, the fourth full-length from the Milan, Italy-based 5-piece, due out October 21st via Metal Blade Records. Riveting from start to finish, it leads the listener through an emotionally-charged labyrinth of complex yet catchy melody and muscle, following nobody’s rules, and it stands out as one of the truly unique releases of 2016.

For a first preview of A Means To No End, a lyric video (directed by The Jack Stupid / thejackstupid.com) for the new single, “Symphony of the Ego”, can be viewed now at: metalblade.com/destrage – where the record can also be pre-ordered. See below for available formats:


–CD
–180g black vinyl
–olive marble vinyl (limited to 200 copies!)
*an exclusive t-shirt bundle, plus digital options are also available!

Destrage recorded A Means To No End at RecLab Studios in Milan, reuniting with their longtime collaborator Larsen Premoli, and his assistant Alex D’Errico. While tracking, at the suggestion of drummer Federico Paulovich, they brought percussionist Alessandro “Pacho” Rossi into the fold. Having entered into the writing process with no plans beyond simply wanting to write good music, the finished product – which is mixed by Steve Evetts and mastered by Alan Douches – is somewhat revelatory, and will certainly grab the attention of anyone exposed to it. Known for their powerful live shows, these tracks are sure to sound incredible when blasted from titanic speakers as the band take them to the masses.

See below for the official track-listing!

A Means To No End track-listing
1. A Means to No End
2. Don’t Stare at the Edge
3. Symphony of the Ego
4. Silent Consent
5. The Flight
6. Dreamers
7. Ending to a Means
8. Peacefully Lost
9. Not Everything Is Said
10. To Be Tolerated
11. Blah Blah
12. A Promise, a Debt
13. Abandon to Random

Destrage line-up:
Paolo Colavolpe – vocals
Matteo Di Gioia – guitar
Federico Paulovich – drums
Ralph Guido Salati – guitar
Gabriel Pignata – bass

Destrage online:
http://www.destrage.com
http://www.facebook.com/destrage
http://www.youtube.com/destrage
http://twitter.com/destrage
http://instagram.com/destrage_official
http://www.soundcloud.com/destrage

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New Music Video “Hail To The King” Issued By Gloryful

Last Friday German power metal act Gloryful released the new studio album “End of the Night” via Massacre Records.

Today, the released another video clip – this time for the album’s fifth track “Hail to the King.” Check it out in the player below.

The track list for “End of the Night” is:

1. Intro: Dawn of the Raven King
2. This Means War (see music video here)
3. The Glorriors
4. Heart of Evil
5. Hail to the King
6. For Victory
7. End of the Night
8. God Against Man
9. On Fire
10. Rise of the Sacred Star

Check out “Hail to the King” here:

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New Music Video “Hail To The King” Issued By Gloryful

Last Friday German power metal act Gloryful released the new studio album “End of the Night” via Massacre Records.

Today, the released another video clip – this time for the album’s fifth track “Hail to the King.” Check it out in the player below.

The track list for “End of the Night” is:

1. Intro: Dawn of the Raven King
2. This Means War (see music video here)
3. The Glorriors
4. Heart of Evil
5. Hail to the King
6. For Victory
7. End of the Night
8. God Against Man
9. On Fire
10. Rise of the Sacred Star

Check out “Hail to the King” here:

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New Music Video “This Means War” Issued By Gloryful

Gloryful returns with the new album “End of the Night” on August 26th! The album will be issued via Massacre Records.

Today, the band unleashed a music video for the new track “This Means War.” Check it out in the player below.

Also below, check out the album’s track list and artwork created by Kris Verwimp:

1. Intro: Dawn of the Raven King
2. This Means War
3. The Glorriors
4. Heart of Evil
5. Hail to the King
6. For Victory
7. End of the Night
8. God Against Man
9. On Fire
10. Rise of the Sacred Star

Check out “This Means War” here:

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