Red Moon Architect Releases New Single “Rising Tide”

Finnish death doom band Red Moon Architect released their third full length album earlier this year and now they’re back with a new song. ‘Rising Tide’ well presents the faster and more death metal influenced Red Moon Architect. The band starts their tour supporting Finnish doom metal band Swallow The Sun this week.

Watch “Rising Tide” below.

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Jesus Piece Announce North American Tour With Knocked Loose, Terror, And Stone

This week, Jesus Piece announces that they’ll join Knocked Loose, Terror, and Stone on an extensive North American tour in early 2018. The newly-announced tour begins February 28th in Nashville, then circling through the US and Canada through all of March, the tour ending on April 1st in Jesus Piece’s hometown of Philadelphia.

Additional tour dates for Jesus Piece will be announced in the coming weeks and throughout next year as the band records their debut LP for Southern Lord for release mid-year.

JESUS PIECE w/ Knocked Loose, Terror, Stone:
2/28/2018 The End – Nashville, TN
3/01/2018 Blind Tiger – Greensboro, NC
3/02/2018 The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
3/03/2018 Crowbar – Ybor City, FL
3/04/2018 1904 – Jacksonville, FL
3/06/2018 Walters Downtown – Houston, TX
3/07/2018 Alamo City Music Hall – San Antonio, TX
3/08/2018 RBC – Dallas, TX
3/09/2018 Davey’s Uptown – Kansas City, MO
3/10/2018 Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO
3/11/2018 In The Venue – Salt Lake City, UT
3/13/2018 El Corazon – Seattle, WA
3/14/2018 Analog Theater – Portland, OR
3/16/2018 924 Gilman – Berkeley, CA
3/17/2018 Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA
3/18/2018 Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA
3/19/2018 Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
3/21/2018 89th Street – Oklahoma City, OK
3/22/2018 Sokol Underground – Omaha, NE
3/23/2018 Amsterdam Bar & Hall – St. Paul, MN
3/24/2018 Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL
3/25/2018 Skully’s Music Diner – Columbus, OH
3/26/2018 The Magic Stick – Detroit, MI
3/27/2018 Velvet Underground – Toronto, ON
3/28/2018 Theatre Fairmount – Montreal, QC
3/29/2018 California Brew Haus – Rochester, NY
3/30/2018 The Palladium – Worcester, MA
3/31/2018 Brooklyn Bazaar – Brooklyn, NY
4/01/2018 Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA

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In This Moment Announce North American Headlining Tour w/ P.O.D., New Years Day & Ded

In This Moment announce their headlining “The Witching Hour Tour”, which starts early next year with P.O.D., New Years Day and Ded. Check all dates below:

01/16 Charleston, SC – North Charleston Performing Arts Center
01/17 Augusta, GA – Miller Theater
01/19 St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live
01/20 Jacksonville, FL – Florida Theatre
01/26 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution

01/27 Cape Coral, FL – 93x WXNW Block Party
01/28 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
01/30 Columbia, SC – Music Farm
01/31 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
02/02 Columbus, OH – Express Live
02/03 Louisville, KY – Louisville Palace Theatre
02/06 Evansville, IN – Victory Theatre
02/07 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit
02/09 Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
02/10 Niagara Falls, NY – Rapisd Theatre
02/12 London, ON – London Music Hall
02/13 Montreal, QC – MTelus (feat. Stone Sour & The Dead Deads)
02/14 Toronto, ON – Rebel (feat. Stone Sour & The Dead Deads)
02/17 Kansas City, MO – Voodoo Lounge
02/18 St/ Paul, MN – The Palace

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The Faceless Announce Mini-U.S. Tour – Boot Inanimate Existence From Tour Over Alleged Incident Involving A Female

The Faceless will be unleashing its long-awaited new outing “In Becoming A Ghost” on December 1, 2017 and has now announced a mini-US tour in support of it. The trek starts on pretty short notice and was originally announced to have support from Inanimate Existence, but The Faceless has since booted them due to “actions we simply cannot stand for.”

Meanwhile we have obtained the following screenshot of a post from Michael Keene’s personal Facebook page. The post appears to have since been removed, but you can read it below. According to Keene the alleged incident involved a female:

Check all dates for the tour below:

11/29 Petaluma, CA @ The Phoenix Theater
11/30 Cupertino, CA @ The X Bar
12/1 Portland, OR @ Analog Theater
12/2 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
12/3 Boise, ID @ The Shredder
12/4 Denver, CO @ Roxy Theater
12/5 Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
12/6 Dallas, TX @ Trees
12/7 El Paso, TX @ The Rockhouse
12/8 Tucson, AZ @ The Rock
12/9 Fullerton, CA @ The Slide Bar

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Ozzy Osbourne Announces Initial “Farewell” Tour Dates

Following the announcement yesterday that British heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne will embark on a final world tour, dubbed his “Farewell” tour, the singer has announced the first batch of dates for the trek, which will see him perform in a variety of countries from Mexico to Russia. Although several venues and in some cases cities has yet to be confirmed, Ozzy will kick off the tour, which is expected to last into 2020 with the following shows:

May 5 – Mexico – TBA
May 8 – Santiago, Chile – TBA
May 11 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – TBA
May 13 – São Paulo, Brazil – TBA
May 16 – Curitiba, Brazil – TBA
May 18 – Belo Horizonte, Brazil – TBA
May 20 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – TBA
June 1 – Moscow, Russia – Olympiisky
June 3 – St. Petersburg, Russia – Ice Palace (Ledovi Dvorets)
June 6 – Finland – TBA
June 8 – Solvesborg, Sweden – Sweden Rock Festival
June 10 – Donington, UK – Download Festival
June 13 – Prague, Czech Republic – Airport Letnany
June 15 – Paris, France – Download Festival
June 17 – Italy – TBA
June 20 – Halden, Norway – Tons of Rock Festival
June 22 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhell Festival
June 24 – Dessel, Belgium – Graspop Metal Meeting
June 26 – Krakow, Poland – Impact Festival
June 28 – Oberhausen, Germany – König-Pilsnet Arena
June 30 – Madrid, Spain – Download Festival
July 2 – Lisbon, Portugal – Meo Arena

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Ozzy Osbourne Announces Initial “Farewell” Tour Dates

Following the announcement yesterday that British heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne will embark on a final world tour, dubbed his “Farewell” tour, the singer has announced the first batch of dates for the trek, which will see him perform in a variety of countries from Mexico to Russia. Although several venues and in some cases cities has yet to be confirmed, Ozzy will kick off the tour, which is expected to last into 2020 with the following shows:

May 5 – Mexico – TBA
May 8 – Santiago, Chile – TBA
May 11 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – TBA
May 13 – São Paulo, Brazil – TBA
May 16 – Curitiba, Brazil – TBA
May 18 – Belo Horizonte, Brazil – TBA
May 20 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – TBA
June 1 – Moscow, Russia – Olympiisky
June 3 – St. Petersburg, Russia – Ice Palace (Ledovi Dvorets)
June 6 – Finland – TBA
June 8 – Solvesborg, Sweden – Sweden Rock Festival
June 10 – Donington, UK – Download Festival
June 13 – Prague, Czech Republic – Airport Letnany
June 15 – Paris, France – Download Festival
June 17 – Italy – TBA
June 20 – Halden, Norway – Tons of Rock Festival
June 22 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhell Festival
June 24 – Dessel, Belgium – Graspop Metal Meeting
June 26 – Krakow, Poland – Impact Festival
June 28 – Oberhausen, Germany – König-Pilsnet Arena
June 30 – Madrid, Spain – Download Festival
July 2 – Lisbon, Portugal – Meo Arena

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Ozzy Osbourne Announces Initial “Farewell” Tour Dates

Following the announcement yesterday that British heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne will embark on a final world tour, dubbed his “Farewell” tour, the singer has announced the first batch of dates for the trek, which will see him perform in a variety of countries from Mexico to Russia. Although several venues and in some cases cities has yet to be confirmed, Ozzy will kick off the tour, which is expected to last into 2020 with the following shows:

May 5 – Mexico – TBA
May 8 – Santiago, Chile – TBA
May 11 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – TBA
May 13 – São Paulo, Brazil – TBA
May 16 – Curitiba, Brazil – TBA
May 18 – Belo Horizonte, Brazil – TBA
May 20 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – TBA
June 1 – Moscow, Russia – Olympiisky
June 3 – St. Petersburg, Russia – Ice Palace (Ledovi Dvorets)
June 6 – Finland – TBA
June 8 – Solvesborg, Sweden – Sweden Rock Festival
June 10 – Donington, UK – Download Festival
June 13 – Prague, Czech Republic – Airport Letnany
June 15 – Paris, France – Download Festival
June 17 – Italy – TBA
June 20 – Halden, Norway – Tons of Rock Festival
June 22 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhell Festival
June 24 – Dessel, Belgium – Graspop Metal Meeting
June 26 – Krakow, Poland – Impact Festival
June 28 – Oberhausen, Germany – König-Pilsnet Arena
June 30 – Madrid, Spain – Download Festival
July 2 – Lisbon, Portugal – Meo Arena

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Overkill Announces Australian 2018 Tour

American thrash metal legends Overkill has announced a string of headline shows in Australia, which will kick off at the end of February in Adelaide. You can see the tour dates below. Overkill are currently promoting their eighteenth studio album, “The Grinding Wheel,” which was released earlier this year through Nuclear Blast Records.

The tour dates are as follows:

February 28 – Adelaide – Fowlers Live
March 1 – Brisbane – The Zoo
March 2 – Melbourne – 170 Live
March 3 – Sydney – The Factory Theatre
March 4 – Perth – Rosemount Hotel

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Soulfly plays Nailbomb’s “Point Blank” at Tampa Show on 11/01/2017

Those who follow closely the career of Brazilian Metal icon, Max Cavalera, know that Nailbomb’s “Point Blank” (his album collaboration with Fudge Tunnel’s Alex Newport) probably is one of the most in-your-face recordings the legendary musician has ever produced. That’s why Soulfly’s current American tour is so historically-poignant. The Cavalera’s fronted band is playing the aforementioned 1994 classic album in its entirety. Of course, this is a reason to rejoice.

Soulfly—along with fellow openers Lody Kong and Harm’s Way—visited one of Tampa Bay’s premier music venues, The Orpheum, on November 1. They played “Point Blank” from start to finish, castigating the audience with classic Nailbomb fare like the rabid “Wasting Away,” “24 Hour Bullshit”, “Vai Toma No Cú” and “Cockroaches,” among many others.

Even if the crowd was modest in numbers—let’s remember that it happened on a week day, just after Halloween—the response of those present was tremendously energetic. Cavalera commanded the show with his down-to-earth-yet-larger-than-life stage persona. Song after song, he and his band kept everyone on edge, chanting, moshing, singing along and living the mayhem. No doubt, this Brazilian icon and his comrades still are at the top of their musical powers.

During that night at the Orpheum, Soulfly managed to perfectly channel “Point Blank’s” sonic panache. They delivered the most punishing Metal performances witnessed by a Tampa Bay audience this year. If Soulfly visits your town during the remaining dates of this tour, make sure to go and see it. You will be blown away—Nailbomb style.

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Fit For An Autopsy Debuts New Live Video “Heads Will Hang” & Releases Deluxe Edition Of “The Great Collapse”

Fit For An Autopsy debuts another in-studio live clip from ‘The Rain City Deluxe Version‘ of their latest album, “The Great Collapse“. The footage of comes from a set the band tracked live at Rain City Recorders in Vancouver, BC. The aforementioned deluxe edition of “The Great Collapse” is in stores now.

The deluxe edition arrives with the band being out on this tour with Arch Enemy, Trivium and While She Sleeps:

10/31 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
11/01 Philadelphia, PA – The Trocadero Theater
11/03 New York, NY – PlayStation Theater
11/04 Worcester, MA – The Palladium
11/05 Montreal, QC – Metropolis
11/07 Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall
11/08 Detroit, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
11/10 Sioux City, IA – Anthem At Hard Rock
11/11 Kansas City, MO – The Truman
11/12 Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
11/14 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theater
11/15 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
11/17 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
11/18 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
11/20 Calgary, AB – The Palace Theatre
11/21 Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
11/23 Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theater
11/24 Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo
11/25 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
11/27 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
11/28 San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom
11/29 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
12/01 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater
12/02 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
12/04 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live
12/05 San Antonio, TX – Alamo City Music Hall
12/06 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live

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