Audiences Are Sure To ‘Remember’ A Killer’s Confession’s New Album

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A wait of more than two years for A Killer’s Confession’s new album finally ended Friday when the band released its new record, Remember.  The record’s release came after almost a year of buildup that started in January with the release of the album’s title track/opener.  It is one of a number of singles that the record produced, too.  In all, the record produced no fewer than six singles, which is more than half the record’s 11 total songs.  It is just one of the most notable of the record’s songs, too.  The band’s latest song, ‘Tell Your Soul,’ which features a guest appearance from Chad Gray (Hellyeah/Mudvayne), is another example of how much the band’s new album has to offer audiences.  It will be discussed a little later.  ‘Trapped Inside,’ which comes early in the record’s run, is yet another example of the record’s strength.  It will also be discussed later.  When all three of these songs are considered along with the rest of the album’s singles and the rest of the record’s songs, the whole makes Remember a presentation that AKC’s fans and that hard rock/metal fans alike are sure to remember.

A Killer’s Confession’s latest album, Remember, is a strong new offering from the band.  The band’s third album, it has proven so positive over the course of this year through all six singles that it has produced, not the least of which is its title track/opener.  The band debuted the single and its companion video in January.  The song stands out in part through its musical arrangement, which boasts a sort of blues based hard rock sound and stylistic approach.  That sound and approach pairs with what also sounds like a bit of an aggro-rock syle approach and sound for a whole that is immediately infectious.  The appeal ensures from the song’s musical arrangement is just part of what makes the song stand out.  Its lyrical counterpart makes for its own appeal.

According to statements made by front man Waylon Reavis at the time of the song’s premiere, its lyrical theme delivers a message of taking life into full account.  He said of the theme, “Sometimes in life, people are quick to forget the good and the bad.  We all need to be reminded from time to time where the line in the sand is truly drawn.”  It comes across as a sort of statement about deciding where we stand in life by seeing both sides of things.  This is inferred right from the song’s outset as Reavis sings, “They say that blood is thicker than water/Seems yours is running a little thin/Or did you forget/I’m calling out from my soul/Waiting for a sign to show me/That you’re now alone/Do you feel nothing is owed/Now that you have played me/Empty/Draning me low/Won’t turn my blind side to your knife any longer/But every scar carved on my back/makes me stronger/’Cause I will bow to you for never/And you know my name/I hope that you remember/I’ll bow to you for never/I hope that you remember.”  The message continues in the song’s second verse as Reavis sings, “Brace for the truth to be told/Trapped in your own web/That you have spun/I watch the venom take hold/And once the poison spreads/The damage can’t be undone.” This statement of confidence and defiance translates well, Reavis’ statement about the song’s lyrical message.  This is someone who has seen his/her own good while seeing the bad in another instead of just being blind.  Once we see the good and bad in life, we can differentiate and see that proverbial line in the sand and know where we stand.  That fully accessible statement, together with the energy in the song’s infectious musical arrangement, makes the song in whole that much more powerful in its presentation.  It leaves no doubt as to the importance of the song to the record’s overall body, and is just one of the most notable of the record’s songs.  ‘Tell Your Soul,’ the album’s latest single, is another way in which the album exhibits its strength.

‘Tell Your Soul’ features a guest vocal appearance by Chad Gray (Hellyeah/Mudvayne) and is arguably the strongest of the album’s entries both musically and lyrically.  The contemplative, melodic hard rock sound and approach taken to this song’s arrangement is so rich and so deep.  Any active/modern rock station that is not currently running this song is missing and out and doing a disservice to its audiences.  It is a perfect fit to those stations’ play lists.  That is especially evidenced through the contrast of the song’s deeply contemplative mood in its verses and more fiery approach in its choruses.  That contrast becomes even more impacting when it is considered along with the song’s lyrical theme.

According to comments made by Reavis, the song’s lyrical theme centers on “forgiveness and acceptance of one’s own shortcomings.”  That in itself is so powerful.  We all need to remember that no one is perfect, even as much as some would try to have others believe.  We need to accept our imperfections and live with them, and become better through them.  The way in which Reavis delivers that message in the song’s lyrics is unique in itself.  If not for that explanation, one would have thought the theme would have been more about a relationship or simply about finding confidence in one’s own self following a bad relationship.  This as he sings in the song’s lead verse and chorus, “I feel like we really don’t know/Wasting away till it’s gone/The moments in time always fuel the fire/Watching the embers alone/And I won’t belong to you now/I feel like it’s over/So take this down/Why am I afraid when I’m gone/I don’t know/I won’t relive our mistakes/I will be what you’ve needed/To face the day/Now I understand/It’s not your pain/Don’t you think/I’m far from wherever you are/You can’t be what you wanted without the scars/It’s not your fault/Don’t you know/Tell your soul.”  That questioning of “Why am I afraid when I’m wrong” plays into Reavis’ statement.  This is someone asking himself/herself whey he/she feels so bad about getting things wrong.  This, before he/she goes on to admit to himself/herself, “I won’t relive our mistakes.”  This is that moment of realization that being wrong and making mistakes is normal and part of being human.  It is that acceptance of this realization.  Once people realize that mistakes happen and that no one is perfect, as this person did, they will hopefully accept it and simply live life.  When this is considered along with the mood that the song’s arrangement sets, the whole makes the song overall that much more accessible and appealing.  It is just one more of the album’s most notable works.  ‘Trapped Inside’ is just as much of note as ‘Tell Your Soul’ and ‘Remember.’

‘Trapped Inside’ stands out among Remember’s songs in part through its musical arrangement.  The arrangement is unique from its counterparts in this record what with its melodic hard rock approach.  Yes, ‘Tell Yourself’ is a melodic hard rock style composition, but it is quite unlike this song.  In this case, the song maintains its heaviness and sets a completely different mood.  The mood in question is brooding for the most part, until the song reaches its powerful bridge, which features such a heavy breakdown.  The use of the keyboards in the introduction to the verses helps set the mood as the song’s subject contemplates his/her inner demons in the song’s lyrical content.  The heavy guitars that are used throughout do just as much to help illustrate the battles that the song’s subject faces with those demons.  Looking at all of this, the contemplative, brooding mood established in this song matches well with the song’s lyrical theme.

That lyrical theme is made clear as Reavis sings in the song’s lead verse and chorus, “I don’t want anyone to know this/But I don’t think anyone will notice/Even in a room full of people/Somewhere in the hay/I’m the needle/Feeling so small and helpless/Running down halls that are endless/Listen for a voice in the echo/Trying to find a sound that I might know/I know there’s no way out/I’m tapped inside/Time is f****** with my mind/Truth hides within the lies/And it will decide when its over/Fate tears down what I create/While laughing in my face/And it will decide when it’s over/I’m trapped inside.”  The brooding continues in the song’s second verse as Reavis sings, “I used to be alive and connected/Now I’m just a pit of rejection/Always had a rhyme or a reason/Now I’m just cold/Yeah, I’m freezing/It’s hard to keep warm when you’re empty/I’m waiting for the world to forget me/Tired of the self-isolation/Trying but there’s no motivation/I know there’s no way out/I’m trapped inside.”  This is some heavy content, but the thing is that being so heavy and clear in that heaviness, it will connect to plenty of audiences.  It will help others who are fighting those personal emotional battles have a connection and in turn, the strength to push on and persevere, knowing they are not alone in those battles.  That, together with the emotional heaviness in the song’s arrangement, makes clearer why this song is so important to the album’s presentation.  When it is considered along with the other songs examined here and with the rest of the album’s entries, the whole of that content makes Remember another strong new offering from A Killer’s Confession.

A Killer’s Confession’s brand new album, Remember, is a positive new offering from the band.  The band’s third album, it is a mostly impressive follow-up to the band’s sophomore record, The Indifference of Good Men (2019).  The record’s strength comes through its musical and lyrical content alike.  That is evidenced through all of the songs examined here, as well as the rest of the album’s songs.  When all of that content is considered together, the whole makes the album overall a record that audiences are certain to remember.  Yes, that awful pun was intended.

Remember is available now through Wake Up! Music Rocks/Wake Up! Music.  More information on the album is available along with all of A Killer’s Confession’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://www.akillersconfession.com

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A Killer’s Confession Premieres New Single, ‘Tell Your Soul,’ Companion Video

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The wait for the new single and video from A Killer’s Confession is over.

The band premiered its new song, ‘Tell Your Soul‘ and its video late Thursday night, more than a week after the announcement was made that the two were coming. The single features guest vocals from Chad Gray (Hellyeah, Mudvayne) alongside front man Waylon Reavis.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Tell Your Soul’ is a melodic hard rock composition. The juxtaposition of the deeply contemplative mood in the song’s verses and more fiery approach to its chorus creates plenty of appeal.

Reavis spoke positively of the new single and collaboration during a recent interview.

“This song was an amazing collaboration between Sahaj Ticotin (Ra), Chad Gray, and myself,” said Reavis. “It was an honor to work with such true professional artists on such a powerful song. I hope everyone can feel the raw emotion and are moved just like I am when they listen.”

Gray shared Reavis’ appreciation for the song and its video.

“Waylon has wanted to do a song with me for a very long time, and earlier this year, we tried, but the song just didn’t fit either one of us,” he said. “So we went back to the drawing board with Sahaj Ticotin. The song really spoke to me, so we went for it. Everything just seems to fall into place. I’m really excited about this release.”

Added Gray, “My boy Wombat absolutely killed the video. I’m stoked for this song to drop. It’s a nice prelude to some more solo stuff I have on the way. I can’t wait for you all to hear this. Enjoy.”

Gray’s collaboration with AKC is just his latest. He worked with fellow rocker Hyro The Hero last year on his song, ‘Fight.’

The lyrical theme featured in the song matches that contemplative nature. Reavis talked about the song’s lyrical theme during the noted interview.

“This song is about forgiveness and acceptance of one’s own shortcomings,” he said. “I want to thank Chad and Sahaj for being such great friends and recording this song with me. Wombat absolutely crushed this video. Amazing talent all the way around!”  

The video for ‘Tell Your Soul’ presents Reavis and Gray in dimly lit home settings as they perform their respective parts to the song. Meanwhile, the song plays over while footage of an unidentified figure in a sheet is occasionally shown dancing as if it was a spirit.

‘Tell Your Soul’ and its video, are just the latest from the band’s forthcoming album, Remember. The album’s release date is under consideration. The album produced the single, ‘Trapped Inside‘ and its companion video April 29. The premiere of the song and its video came less than a month after the premiere of AKC’s then latest single, ‘Light to Darkness‘ and its video.

Additionally, the album has produced the singles, ‘Knife From Behind’ and its video, and Between Your Eyes’ and its video.

In other news, A Killer’s Confession is on tour with Gemini Syndrome for that band’s headlining tour. AKC’s run with Gemini Syndrome is scheduled to run through Aug. 15 in Albuquerque, NM. Following that run, AKC will head out on its own headlining tour, which is scheduled to launch Aug. 18 in Houston, TX and to run through Sept. 10 in Mansfield, OH.

The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

AKC Tour Dates:

With Gemini Syndrome

Aug. 6 – Akron, OH – Empire Concert Club SOLD OUT

Aug. 7 – Louisville, KY – Diamond Ballroom

Aug. 8 – Nashville, TN – Basement East

Aug. 10 – Tulsa, OK – The Shrine

Aug. 11 – OKC, OK – 89th St Collective

Aug. 12 – Lawrence, KS – Bottleneck

Aug. 14 – Denver, CO – Oriental Theater

Aug. 15 – Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad

Headline shows / Festivals:

Aug. 18 – Houston, TX – Scout Bar

Aug. 20 – Jacksonville, FL – Acchetype

Aug. 21 – Orlando, FL – Central Florida Metal Fest V

Aug. 24 – Memphis, TN – Growlers

Aug. 25 – Huntsville, AL – Sidetracks

Aug. 26 – Pipestem, WV – Metal In The Mountains

Sep. 10 – Mansfield, OH – Inkcarceration

A Killer’s Confession with Gemini Syndrome and its upcoming headlining shows are just its latest. The band most recently ran a headline tour from May 7-24 with support from Heartsick and The Failsafe.

More information on A Killer’s Confession’s new tour dates, single, and video is available along with all of the band ‘s latest news at:

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Twitterhttps://twitter.com/WaylonAKC

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Ovtlier Announces New Single, Tour Coming

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Ovtlier’s summer is heating up.

The band announced Tuesday that it will release its next single, ‘Bulletproof’ June 25. Pre-saves are open.

The premiere of the band’s new single will come next week, more than seven months after the band debuted the lyric video for its then latest single, ‘Who We Are.’ The band premiered the single’s official video three months prior to that.

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In other news, Ovtlier will serve as support for Gemini Syndrome’s upcoming headlining tour this summer. The tour, which runs more than a month, is scheduled to launch July 9 in Salt Lake City, UT and to run through Aug. 15 in Albuquerque, NM. It features performances in cities, such as Joliet, IL; Nashville, TN and Akron, OH.

The tour’s schedule is noted below. A Killer’s Confession, and Pushing Veronica will also serve as support for the tour. Additionally, Fozzy will join the tour for one date in place of Pushing Veronica. Eva Under Fire will take Ovtlier’s place on at least two dates.

Jul 09 | Salt Lake City, UT – Royal Bar
Jul 10 | Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theatre
Jul 11 | Colorado Springs, CO – Sunshine Studios
Jul 13 | Lincoln, NE – Royal Grove
Jul 14 | Iowa City, IA – Wildwood Saloon †
Jul 16 | Grand Rapids, MI – Upheaval Festival ‡
Jul 17 | Cadott, WI – Rock Fest ‡
Jul 18 | Belividere, IL – Apollo Theatre
Jul 20 | Des Moines, IA – Leftys
Jul 21 | Joliet, IL – The Forge
Jul 23 | Westland, MI – Token Lounge
Jul 24 | Marietta, OH – Adelphia Music Hall
Jul 25 | Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall
Jul 27 | Clifton, NJ – Dingbatz #
Jul 28 | Pittsburgh, PA – Crafthouse #
Jul 30 | Stroudsburg, PA – Sherman Theatre
Jul 31 | Harrisburg, PA – Stage On Herr
Aug 01 | Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
Aug 03 | Ft Wayne, IN – Ft. Wayne Entertainment Center
Aug 05 | Columbus, OH – King Of Clubs
Aug 06 | Akron, OH – Empire Concert Club
Aug 07 | Louisville, KY – Diamond Ballroom
Aug 08 | Nashville, TN – Basement East
Aug 10 | Tusla, OK – The Shrine
Aug 11 | Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street Collective
Aug 12 | Lawrence, KS – Bottleneck
Aug 14 | Denver, CO – Oriental Theater
Aug 15 | Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad

w/ Fozzy (No Pushing Veronica) †
Rock Fest + Upheaval Feativals (No Supporting Bands) ‡
w/ Eva Under Fire *direct support (No Ovtlier) #

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A Killer’s Confession Launches First Tour Of 2021; Premieres New Single, Video

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A Killer’s Confession is officially back on the road.

The band launched its first live run of the year this week. The tour, which includes support from Heartsick, launched Friday and is scheduled to run through May 24 in Austin, TX. Heartsick’s live dates are in support of its forthcoming EP, Cinco, which is scheduled for release June 25. It has already produced the single, ‘Thrill of the Hunt.’

A Killer’s Confession premiered its latest single, ‘Trapped Inside‘ and its companion video April 29. The premiere of the song and its video came less than a month after the premiere of AKC’s then latest single, ‘Light to Darkness‘ and its video.

A Killer’s Confession debuted another single, ‘Remember‘ and its video in January.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Trapped Inside’ is a heavy, melodic hard rock composition. The use of the keyboards in the introduction to the verses helps to set the mood as the song’s subject contemplates his/her inner demons in the song’s lyrical content. The heavy guitars that are used throughout do just as much to help illustrate the battles that the song’s subject faces with those demons.

The current tour schedule for A Killer’s Confession are noted below.

Sunday, May 9th | Jacksonville, NC @ Hooligans

Wednesday, May 12th | Fort Wayne, IN @ Piere’s

Thursday, May 13th | Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater

Friday, May 14th | W Chicago, IL @ WC Social Club

Saturday, May 15th | Janesville, WI @ The Back Bar

Sunday, May 16th | Pekin, IL @ Twisted Spoke

Tuesday, May 18th | St. Louis, MO @ Red Flag

Wednesday, May 19th | Little Rock, AR @ Stickyz

Thursday, May 20th | Oklahoma City, OK @ Kendall’s

Friday, May 21st | Ft Worth, TX @ The Rail Club

Saturday, May 22nd | Houston, TX @ BFE

Sunday, May 23rd | San Antonio, TX @ Fitzgeralds

Monday, May 24th | Austin, TX @ Come And Take It

More information on A Killer’s Confession’s new tour dates, single, and video is available along with all of the band ‘s latest news at:

Websitehttps://www.akillersconfession.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/akillersconfession

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/WaylonAKC

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A Killer’s Confession Debuts New Single, ‘Light To Darkness,’ Companion Video

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A Killer’s Confession debuted its latest single and its companion video this week.

The band debuted its new single, ‘Light To Darkness‘ Tuesday along with the song’s companion video. The premiere of the new single and video comes more than two months after the band debuted its then latest single, ‘Remember‘ and its companion video.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Light to Darkness’ is a heavy, guitar-driven work that harkens back to works from front man Waylon Reavis’ former band, Mushroomhead. Information about the song’s lyrical content was not provided in the press release distributed about the song and video’s premiere.

The video for ‘Light to Darkness’ is composed primarily of footage of A Killer’s Confession performing live. It serves as a reminder of the band’s live presence.

More information on A Killer’s Confession’s new album, single, video and live dates is available along with all of the band ‘s latest news at:

Websitehttps://www.akillersconfession.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/akillersconfession

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/WaylonAKC

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Waylon Reavis Reveals Cancer Diagnosis

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Former Mushroomhead front man Waylon Reavis is battling colon cancer.

Reavis, who currently fronts the rock band A Killer’s Confession, made the announcement Sunday at Headbangers Con. According to Reavis, the news is not all bad.

“Unfortunately, two months ago, I was diagnosed with colon cancer, and my heart crashed,” said Reavis. “My father passed away from this at 58 years old, and my mother passed at 39 from breast cancer. I was just waiting for my time. Luckily they caught it early, and they were able to cut it all out. I have had four removed, but they keep growing fast. I have changed my entire diet, thanks to my wife and taking medications. I may have to battle this the rest of my life, but I am going to live my life happy and FIGHT!”

In other news, Reavis revealed during his discussion that A Killer’s Confession is hoping to release its next, as yet untitled album in 2021. Information provided about the album states that the record’s lead single ‘ Remember’ is scheduled for release Jan. 27.

Reavis talked about what audiences can expect from the new album.

“A couple of songs are about my cancer and about my father,” said Reavis. “Those songs mean a lot to me. I cannot wait for everyone to hear them! I’m really excited about this one. Every album I write is different and will never be the same as the others. This one is both heavy and melodic. I took myself back to my roots. It’s what the fans want, so I always like to give them what they have been waiting to hear. 

A Killer’s Confession released its latest single ‘Last Chance’ and its video April 9. The song started airing on radio stations nationwide on July 16.

Reavis (ex-Mushroomhead) talked about the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.

“It is about an individual who has burned all bridges in their life and are on their last chance to make it right,” he said. “’Last Chance’” is a scream for forgiveness of past decisions we have made and how ashamed we can be from things we do.”

A Killer’s confession features Reavis on vocals, his step-son Morgan on drums and fellow former Mushroomhead member Tommy Church on guitar. JP Cross performs on bass.

More information on A Killer’s Confession’s new album, single, video and live dates is available along with all of the band ‘s latest news at:

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Twitterhttp://twitter.com/WaylonAKC

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A Killer’s Confession Tentative Live Dates Confirmed; Band’s New Single Heads To Radio

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A Killer’s Confession recently announced some hopeful news about its live schedule.

The band announced July 20, that unless things change, its previously delayed tour with Combichrist, King 810 and Heartsick will go on. The tour is scheduled to launch Oct. 8 at The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA and to run through Oct. 31 in Spartanburg, SC.  It also features performances in cities, such as Austin, TX; Mansfield, OH and Madison, WI.

While audiences count down the days for the new tentative dates, they can also hear the latest single from A Killer’s Confession, ‘Last Chance.’  The band’s new single started airing on radio on July 16, approximately three months after the band debuted the song’s lyric video.

The musical arrangement at the center of ‘Last Chance’ is a guitar-driven melodic hard rock work that is enriched through its bass and drums. The guitar work is provided by Tommy Church (ex-Mushroomhead).  Front man Waylon Reavis’ vocal delivery puts the finishing touch to the song.

Reavis (ex-Mushroomhead) talked about the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.

“It is about an individual who has burned all bridges in their life and are on their last chance to make it right,” he said. “’Last Chance’” is a scream for forgiveness of past decisions we have made and how ashamed we can be from things we do.”

In related news, A Killer’s Confession is working on its next album. The as-yet-untitled album is a work in progress while the band members navigate the issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.

More information on A Killer’s Confession’s new album, single, video and live dates is available along with all of the band ‘s latest news at:

 

Website: http://www.akillersconfession.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/akillersconfession

Twitter: http://twitter.com/WaylonAKC

 

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Art Is War Labelmates Combichrist, King 810 Announce Tour Schedule; King 810 To Also Tour With AIW Labelmates Skinlab

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Combichrist and King 810 will tour together this spring.

The Art Is War Management labelmates will hit the road beginning April 3 in Winter Park, FL.  The nearly month-long tour is scheduled to run through April 26 in Atlanta, GA.  It will feature performances in cities, such as Hobart, IN; Abilene, TX and Louisville, KY.

The tour’s schedule is noted below.

 

Combichrist/ KING 810 Tour Dates:

April 3 – Orlando, FL – Soundbar
April 4 – Tampa, FL – Pegasus Lounge
April 5 – West Palm Beach, FL – Respectable Street
April 8 – Houston, TX – Scout Bar
April 9 – Fort Worth, TX – The Rail Club
April 10 – Abilene, TX @ Homer’s
April 11 – Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live
April 12 – Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street
April 14 – Lincoln, NE – The Royal Grove
April 15 – Iowa City, IA – Wildwood Saloon
April 16 – Joliet, IL – The Forge
April 17 – Hobart, IN – The Art Theater
April 18 – Mansfield, OH – The Electric Co. (no AKC)
April 19 – Reading, PA – Reverb
April 21 – Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub
April 22 – St. Louis, MO – Red Flag
April 23 – Madison, WI – The Annex
April 24 – Cincinnati, OH – Riverfront Live
April 25 – Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
April 26 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Hell)

Combichrist’s upcoming live dates are in support of its most recent album One Fire (2019).  The album spawned the single ‘Understand.’

 

Courtesy: Art Is War Management/O’Donnell Media Group

Along with its tour alongside Combichrist, King 810 also has planned a tour with fellow Art Is War labelmates Skinlab.  That run is scheduled for Feb. 11 – 17.

More information on Combichrist’s upcoming live dates is available online along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Website: http://www.combichrist.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/combichrist

Twitter: http://twitter.com/combichistarmy

 

More information on King 810’s upcoming live dates is available online along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://king810.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/KING810FLINT

Twitter: http://twitter.com/KING810FLINT

 

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New Fiction Announces New Live Dates

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Metealcore band New Fiction has announced a new tour schedule in support of its debut album Let It Destroy You.

The Denver, Colorado-based band will support A Killer’s Confession (which features former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis on vocals here) for the nearly month-long North American run that is scheduled to launch August 19 and to run through September 16 in Reading, Pennsylvania.  It also includes stops in Fort Worth, Texas; Las Vegas, Nevada; Riverton, Wyoming and other cities. The tour’s schedule is noted below.

New Fiction Tour Dates with A Killer’s Confession:

8/19/2018 Warren, MI Hot Rocks

8/20/2018 Joliet, IL The Forge

8/21/2018 Fort Atkinson, WI Hijynx

8/24/2018 Jerome, ID Diamondz

8/25/2018 Riverton, WY Bomber’s Sports Bar

8/26/2018 OFF

8/27/2018 Fullerton, CA Slidebar

8/28/2018 OFF

8/29/2018 San Diego, CA Brick By Brick

8/30/2018 West Hollywood, CA Viper Room

8/31/2018 Las Vegas, NV Beauty Bar

9/1/2018 Flagstaff, AZ The Green Room

9/2/2018 Phoenix, AZ Joe’s Grotto

9/3/2018 OFF – Labor Day

9/4/2018 Austin, TX Come And Take It Live

9/7/2018 San Antonio, TX Bonds

9/8/2018 San Leon, TX 18th St. Pier

9/9/2018 Fort Worth, TX The Rail Club

9/11/2018 Cape Girardeau, MO The River

9/12/2018 Pekin, IL Twisted Spoke Saloon

9/13/2018 Pittsburgh, PA The Smiling Moose

9/14/2018 Agawam, MA The Tank

9/15/2018 Rochester, NY Montage

9/16/2018 Reading, PA Reverb

Let It Destroy You was released independently by New Fiction on May 25. The video for album’s latest single, ‘Novocaine‘ is streaming online now.

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