Amerakin Overdose Frontman Accuses Metal Labels Of “Spending Money On Shit Bands That Don’t Matter”

Amerakin Overdose frontman Cody Perez recently went on a Facebook rant against various major metal labels, including Roadrunner Records, Metal Blade, Rise Records, Century Media and Napalm Records. As part of his tirade he accuses the labels of “spending shit money on bands that don’t mater.”

You can find a screenshot of his rant below:

Amerakin Overdose – Letting Go (featuring Waylon Reavis):

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A Killer’s Confession Announces North American Tour Dates

A Killer’s Confession – the new project of former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis – has announced dates for a first U.S. tour dubbed “The Year Of The Killers” featuring EMP label mates Dead By Wednesday, plus Kissing Candice, and Erasing Never. Dates are as follows:

1/27/2017 Jacksonville, NC Hooligans
1/28/2017 Clarksville, TN The Warehouse
1/31/2017 Orlando, FL The Haven
2/1/2017 Spartanburg, SC Ground Zero
2/2/2017 Reading, PA Reverb
2/3/2017 Queens, NY Blackthorn 51
2/4/2017 Providence, RI Fete Music Hall
2/8/2017 Toronto, ON The Coalition
2/9/2017 Rochester, NY Pineapple Jack’s
2/10/2017 Akron, OH The Empire
2/11/2017 Fort Wayne, IN The Hub
2/12/2017 Covington, KY Madison Live
2/13/2017 Johnson City, TN The Hideaway
2/15/2017 Cudahy, WI The Metal Grill
2/16/2017 Mansfield, OH Whiskey Warehouse
2/17/2017 Chicago, IL Portage Theater
2/18/2017 Detroit, MI The Token Lounge

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New Lyric Video “I Will Define” Issued By Dead By Wednesday

Connecticut’s Dead By Wednesday issued a new lyric video for the song “I Will Define.” The song features Waylon Reavis of A Killer’s Confession. The song appears on the band’s latest album “The Darkest of Angels.”

Comments the band: “For your viewing pleasure here’s a special Christmas gift in celebration of the upcoming 2017 tour with A Killer’s Confession & Dead By Wednesday. Taken from our latest album ‘The Darkest of Angels’ out on EMP Label Group, this is a bonus track called ‘I Will Define’ featuring Waylon Reavis!!! Shout out to Sick Eye Entertainment for making this kick ass lyric video too!”

Check out the clip here:

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Dead By Wednesday Releases “Phoenix Rising” Video

New Haven based group Dead By Wednesday just released a new video for “Phoenix Rising.” The track comes off latest album “Darkest of Angels” and can be seen below.

The album features a host of guests, including Coma of Candiria, Sean Danielsen of Smile Empty Soul, John Arch of Fates Warning, Waylon Reavis of A Killer’s Confession, Rob Dukes of Fragile Mortals/formerly Exodus, Antony Hämäläinen of Armageddon, Brian Fair of Shadows Fall, Ceschi Ramos of Fake Four Inc., Paul M Stoddard of Diecast, Eric AK of Flotsam and Jetsam, Marc Rizzo of Soulfly, and more.

You can also catch these upcoming Dead By Wednesday tour dates:

Dec. 15th – Sherlocks Erie PA, PA. w/ A Killer’s Confession
Dec. 16th – Madison Live!, Covington, KY. (Cincy, OH. line)
Dec. 17th – CLEVELAND AGORA, Cleveland, OH. w/ A Killers Confession
Jan. 13th – Toad’s Place, New Haven, CT. (more info. comin soon;)
Jan. 27th – The Tank American Legion Post 185, Agawam, MA.
Feb. 09th – Piper’s Sports Bar and Grill, Greenacres, FL.
Feb. 10th – Ashley’s SportsPage Satellite Beach, FL.
Feb. 11th – Haven Lounge, Winter Park, FL.
Feb. 25th – Lucky 13 Saloon, Brooklyn, NY
May 18th – June 11th – East Coast Metal Crusaders II Tour 2017

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A Killer’s Confession (Ex-Mushroomhead) Premieres Self Titled Track From Upcoming Debut Album “Unbroken”

A Killer’s Confession (Ex-Mushroomhead) premieres a lyric video for its self titled track, taken from the band’s upcoming debut album “Unbroken”, which will be out in stores February 17th via Megadeth bassist David Ellefson‘s EMP Label Group.

The band is led by ex-Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis and the song features a guest turn from Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch.

Check out now “A Killer’s Confession” below.

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Waylon Reavis Still In Mushroomhead After Regrouping With Jason Popson

Yesterday it was announced that former vocalist Jason Popson had re-joined Mushroomhead, which led to questions of just how many vocalists are in the band and if anyone had left.

Mushroomhead’s Waylon Reavis has posted the following brief message online clarifying the situation:

“Just so everyone is clear on this….. Mushroomhead now has 3 singers Jeffery Nothing, JMANN, and myself. I have no intention on leaving the band. Also don’t worry on how it will work it just does!”

The band will also be touring the U.S. throughout September and October. Dates can be found at the band’s Facebook profile here.

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