Whitechapel Debuts ‘Anticure’ Video

Courtesy: Metal Blade Records

Whitechapel debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band premiered the video for its single, ‘Anticure’ Thursday. The song is the third single from the band’s latest album, Kin. The band premiered the album’s second single, ‘A Bloodsoaked Symphony‘ in September. It was preceded by the premiere of the album’s lead single, ‘Lost Boy,’ in August.

Whitechapel’s video for ‘Anticure’ is a “live” presentation of the song. The dim lighting and general setup is meant to reflect the band’s onstage presence.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Anticure’ is a stark contrast to so much of Whitechapel’s works. It continues to show the band’s creative evolution with its deeply contemplative verses and much heavier choruses. The choruses boast the band’s familiar gritty approach to its work. Meanwhile, the more brooding verses present something of a sound akin to works from the likes of Dry Kill Logic, Tool, and other similar acts.

As with the other songs featured in Kin, ‘Anticure’ continues the theme of front man Phil Bozeman dealing with thoughts and feelings connected to family struggles.

The track listing for Kin is noted below.

Kin track-listing
1. I Will Find You
2. Lost Boy
3. A Bloodsoaked Symphony
4. Anticure
5. The Ones That Made Us
6. History Is Silent
7. To the Wolves
8. Orphan
9. Without You
10. Without Us
11. Kin

In other news, Whitechapel is scheduled to join Revocation, and Shadow of Intent as support for Cannibal Corpse’s upcoming headlining tour on tour this winter and spring. The tour is scheduled to launch Feb. 18 in Atlanta, GA and to run through March 26 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

The tour’s schedule is noted below.

Whitechapel tour dates
w/ Cannibal Corpse, Revocation, Shadow Of Intent
Feb. 18, 2022 – Center Stage – Atlanta, GA
Feb. 19, 2022 – The Ramkat – Winston-Salem, NC
Feb. 20, 2022 – Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
Feb. 21, 2022 – Reverb – Reading, PA
Feb. 22, 2022 – The Roxian – Pittsburgh, PA
Feb. 24, 2022 – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY
Feb. 25, 2022 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA
Feb. 26, 2022 – Anthology – Rochester, NY
Feb. 28, 2022 – The Majestic – Detroit, MI
Mar. 1, 2022 – The Vic – Chicago, IL
Mar. 2, 2022 – Skyway Theater – Minneapolis, MN
Mar. 4, 2022 – The Gothic – Denver, CO
Mar. 5, 2022 – Metro Music Hall – Salt Lake City, UT
Mar. 7, 2022 – Showbox – Seattle, WA
Mar. 8, 2022 – Hawthorne – Portland, OR
Mar. 10, 2022 – Ace Of Spades – Sacramento, CA
Mar. 11, 2022 – The UC Theatre – Berkeley, CA
Mar. 12, 2022 – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
Mar. 13, 2022 – The Belasco – Los Angeles, CA
Mar. 14, 2022 – The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ
Mar. 15, 2022 – Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, NM
Mar. 17, 2022 – Vibes Event Center – San Antonio, TX
Mar. 18, 2022 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX
Mar. 19, 2022 – Amplified Live – Dallas, TX
Mar. 21, 2022 – Red Flag – St. Louis, MO
Mar. 22, 2022 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY
Mar. 23, 2022 – Iron City – Birmingham, AL
Mar. 25, 2022 – Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, FL
Mar. 26, 2022 – Revolution – Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Jamey Jasta Premieres ‘They Want Your Soul’ Lyric Video; Planning Vinyl Re-Issue Of His Latest Album

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Hatebreed front man Jamey Jasta will re-issue his latest solo album, The Lost Chapters Vol. 2 on vinyl next summer.

The announcement was made Thursday in a news release. The document states the vinyl re-issue is expected for release in July, with an exact release date under consideration.

In anticipation of the re-issue, Jasta premiered the lyric video for the album’s latest single, ‘They Want Your Soul’ Thursday. ‘They Want Your Soul’ features a guest appearance by Cannibal Corpse front man George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher.

Jasta talked about Fisher’s appearance on the track during a recent interview with Apple Music.

“I’m doing this melodic sort of metal chorus on this song, so I wanted to get the dynamic of the most brutal vocal in the verses,” said Jasta. “I reached out to George and he hit me right back. When he sent me the tracks, I was freaking out. I felt like a kid; when I booked my first Cannibal Corpse show with George in the band, it was the first tour that he did with them. His voice is just so brutal and has held up – if not gotten better – throughout the years. I was so psyched that he wanted to do it.”

The musical arrangement featured in ‘They Want Your Soul’ incorporates Jasta’s own influences from his work with Hatebreed alongside more melodic metal influences for a composition that is unique from the rest of the album’s entries. The addition of Fisher to the mix adds even more to that unique presentation.

No information was provided about the song’s lyrical theme in the press release announcing the lyric video’s debut. Considering the lyrics provided, it would seem that the song’s lyrical theme centers on the people who would work to tear others down. That would explain the use of footage from the original 1968 take of Night of the Living Dead. Those people are much like zombies who just feast on others, albeit metaphorically in this case as opposed to the literal version in the movie.

The Lost Chapters Vol. 2 was originally released in 2019. The album is available to stream and download here. The album’s track listing is noted below.

The Lost Chapters, Vol. 2 track-listing

1. They Want Your Soul (feat. George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher)

2. Return From War (feat. Max Cavalera)

3. Strength To Draw The Line (feat. Jesse Leach)

4. Cleansed By The Waves (feat. Zoli Teglas)

5. When The Contagion Is You (feat. Matthew K. Heafy)

6. Spilled Blood Never Dries (feat. Kirk Windstein)

7. Heaven Gets What It Wants (feat. Howard Jones)

8. Silence The Enemy Mind (feat. BillyBio)

9. Just Breathe (feat. Frankie Palmeri)

10. Our Guardian Angel (feat. Phil Rind)

11. 13 Appears (feat. Tommy Victor)

12. Holy Wars…The Punishment Due (feat. Joey Concepcion)

More information on Jamey Jasta’s new lyric video is available along with all of his latest news at:

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/jameyjasta

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Ice Nine Kills’ Latest LP Is A Scary Good New Record

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Halloween is almost over, but horror, like evil, will never die.  Metalcore band Ice Nine Kills is an act that seems to live by that mantra, having released so many albums based on horror novels and movies throughout its life.  The band continued to prove that Oct. 15 when it released its long-awaited new album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood.  The wait for this record was well worth it, as this critic and any of the band’s fans will agree.  That is proven in part through the musical arrangements featured in this record.  They will be discussed shortly.  The movies represented in the new album add to the record’s appeal in their own way and will be discussed a little later.  The record’s sequencing rounds out its most important elements and will also be discussed later.  Each item noted does its own part to make INK’s new album successful.  All things considered, they make the album another successful offering from the band that is not just a great musical Halloween treat this year, but a great addition to this year’s field of new hard rock and metal albums.

Ice Nine Kills’ latest album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood is another successful new offering from the band that the band’s fans new and established alike will appreciate.  That is due in no small part to its featured musical arrangements.  The arrangements are important to the record’s success because of the mix of familiar and new sounds and styles that they exhibit.  Right from the album’s outset in the album’s title track, audiences get the band’s familiar melodic metalcore approach, complete with front man Spencer Charnas’ solid mix of clean vocals and screams and the band’s familiar choral element that has become such a trademark of the band’s songs.  From there though, the band changes things up in ‘A Rash Decision.’  The ominous piano line that opens the arrangement is familiar, but as the arrangement progresses, it very quickly turns to a decidedly Slipknot-esque composition with its heavy, driving guitars, screams, and pounding, solid time keeping.  This is an approach that the band has dabbled with in the past, but never to this extent.  ‘Assault & Batteries’ meanwhile takes audiences back to the sounds so familiar in The Silver Scream and even all the way back to the band’s even earlier hit song, ‘Communion of the Cursed.’   Listeners get even more of the noted Slipknot influence in ‘Funeral Derangements,’ which is one of the album’s many singles.  Perhaps the most notable of the album’s arrangements comes in the form of ‘Rainy Day’ (yes another of the album’s singles).  The incorporation of the electronics into the song conjure thoughts of songs from the likes of Gravity Kills and Spineshank.  That newer sound pairs with the arrangement’s more familiar metalcore elements to make it one of the album’s most notable musical works.  Audiences who want even more new approaches and sounds get that in the distinctly death metal style ‘Take Your Pick.’  Considering that this song features a guest appearance by Cannibal Corpse front man Corpsgrinder, the comparison there is immediate.  To a slightly lesser degree, audiences can also make a comparison to works from the likes of Whitechapel.  From there on out, audiences get plenty of familiar sounds and styles in every song that follows.  At the same time, the songs still boast their own identities, even with that familiarity noted.  Keeping all of this in mind, the mix of new and familiar from one arrangement to the next and even within certain songs makes for reason enough for audiences to hear this record.  Of course, the musical arrangements featured in INK’s new album are collectively just one part of what makes this album worth hearing.  The movies that are represented throughout the record make for their own interest.

The movies that INK chose to represent in its latest album are important to note because unlike so many cinematic sequels, they are not just re-hashings of the material from the original.  From the singles already released so far, audiences know that classic movies, such as Pet Sematary, American Psycho, Child’s Play and Resident Evil are represented here.  Also represented are seemingly the likes of Cabin in the Woods (‘A Rash Decision’), The Fly (‘F.L.Y.’), and even Psycho (‘The Shower Scene’) among others.  Hellraiser is seemingly represented here in ‘The Box’ as is The Evil Dead in ‘Ex-Mortis.’  Simply put, between the movies listed here and the others featured here, INK has opted to not just re-visit the movies visited in the songs from The Silver Scream and its initial sequel/spinoff, The Silver Scream: The Final Cut.  What’s more, the band also made sure to pick movies from across the horror spectrum and history.  Not only does this serve as respect for those movies, but it could very well serve as a starting point for a lifelong love for (and potentially obsession with) those movies for new horror fans.  To that end, that and everything else noted here shows why the movies chosen for this record are important to the album’s success.  Even with this in mind, there is still one more item to address here.  That item is the record’s sequencing.


The sequencing of The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood is important because it ensures the album’s energy remains just right from start to end.  The album starts off in ominous fashion, but doesn’t wait long before it really picks up.  From there, the energy barely shifts at any point.  When it does, it is subtle at best.  The result is that it does just as much to keep listeners engaged and entertained throughout the album as its content and the very cinematic history presented through the featured movies.  Keeping all of this in mind, there is no doubt that the sequencing of INK’s new album is just as important to note as the album’s content.  It all comes together to make the album its own welcome musical love letter to Hollywood’s horror history just as much as its predecessors.

Ice Nine Kills’ recently released album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrrorwood is another successful offering from the band.  It is a work that the band’s established and newer audiences alike will enjoy.  That is due in no small part to its featured musical arrangements.  The arrangements offer listeners a solid blend of familiar sounds and styles, and newer approaches.  The whole there makes for plenty of engagement and entertainment.  The movies that are represented throughout the album are of their own importance.  That is because they are not just repeats of the movies represented in the band’s most recent records.  They continue to show the band’s love for Hollywood’s rich history of horror while also continuing to potentially introduce audiences to that rich history.  The record’s sequencing rounds out its most important elements.  That is because it ensures that the record’s energy remains solid from start to end.  Each item noted is important in its own way to the whole of the album’s presentation.  All things considered, they make the album another successful offering from Ice Nine Kills and one more of this year’s top new hard rock and metal albums.

The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood is available now through Fearless Records. More information on Ice Nine Kills’ new album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

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Dee Snider Unveils New Album’s Latest Single, Video; Announces New Streaming, Signing Events

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Dee Snider debuted the latest single from his new album and its video this week.

Snider premiered his new single, ‘Down But Never Out’ and its video Friday. The song is the third single from Snider’s brand new album, Leave a Scar. Its premiere follows that of the album’s first two singles, ‘I Gotta Rock (Again)‘ and ‘Time To Choose.’ ‘Time To Choose’ features a guest appearance by Cannibal Corpse front man George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher.

The musical arrangement featred in ‘Down But Never Out’ immediately lends itself to comparison to the best works of Judas Priest and at the same time, some of today’s top new hard rock acts.  That all around heaviness can likely be credited at least in part to Snider working with Hatebreed front man Jamey Jasta on this record.  As a matter of fact, a close listen to the shouts in the chorus and the heavy “chunk” of the guitars at points does in fact point to Hatebreed as one of those noted current hard rock bands for comparison.  The intensity in the song’s arrangement works well to help translate the emotion in the song’s lyrical content.

The lyrical content presented in ‘Down But Not Out’ is a proudly defiant statement about perseverance, which again is a central theme to most of Hatebreed’s songs.

Snider talked about the song’s lyrical theme during a recent interview.

“I pride myself on the fact that throughout the decades, my music has always tried to not only push back against all oppressors (in this case Covid-19), but also lift people up and encourage them to fight back,” he said. “‘Down But Never Out’ is a perfect example of this ethos.”

The video for ‘Down But Not Out’ tells the story of a man who clearly is down on his luck. He has past due bills, his woman has thrown him out, and so he ends up trying his luck at the lottery. The result is left to wonder about, as it ends “To Be Continued.” Added to the mix is footage of Snider and his band mates performing live.

In other news, Snider recently announced a streaming event for audiences. Tickets for the event are available here. Tickets provide access to the event and related content for approximately one month. That extra content includes a streaming concert that Snider recorded June 12 in New York.

Additionally, Snider announced Friday, that he will take part in a special in-store signing event at 7 p.m. ET Aug. 17 at Looney Tunes Record Store in West Babylon. Tickets for the event are available here.

More information on Dee Snider’s new live events, single, video, and album is available along with all of Dee Snider’s latest news and more at:

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Slayer Announces Dates For Final World Tour: Leg Five

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Slayer’s worldwide farewell tour will officially run into summer 2019.

The band announced the dates for Leg Five of its final world tour on Monday.  Leg Five will bring the band back to North America for a series of dates through May, starting May 2 and running through May 25.  Lamb of God, Amon Amarth and Cannibal Corpse will serve as support for the tour.

The band’s new dates are noted below. The announcement follows the recent announcement of the sixth leg of the tour, which will take Slayer across Europe during June and July.  Those dates — and those of Leg Four — are included with the dates for Leg Five.

MARCH
Leg Four:  Australia Japan South Pacific
(Anthrax and Behemoth will support on headline dates) 

7   Brisbane Riverstage Brisbane Australia
9   Download Festival Sydney Australia
11  Download Festival Melbourne Australia
15  Eventfinda Stadium Auckland New Zealand
17  Horncastle Arena Christchurch New Zealand
21  Download Festival Chiba Prefecture Japan
23  Pulp Summer Slam Manila Philippines

MAY
Leg Five:  North America
(Lamb of God, Amon Amarth and Cannibal Corpse will support on all dates) 

2   Ak-Chin Amphitheatre Phoenix AZ
3   Isleta Amphitheatre Albuquerque NM
5   UTEP/Don Haskins Center El Paso TX
7   Bert Ogden Arena Edinburg TX
8   The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory Dallas TX
10  MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre Tampa FL
11  Coral Sky Amphitheatre West Palm Beach Florida
13  Big Sandy Superstore Arena Huntington WVa
14  Merriweasther Post Pavilion Columbia MD
16  Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center Noblesville IN
17  Providence Medical Center Amphitheatre Bonner Springs KS
19  DTE Energy Mush Center Clarkston MI
20  Covel Centre Youngstown OH
22  Canadian Tire Centre Ottawa ON  CANADA
24  BB&T Pavilion Camden NJ
25  Xfinity Center Mansfield MA

JUNE
Leg Six:  Europe(Support acts for headline dates TBA)

4  Arena Gilwice Gilwice Poland
6  Sweden Rock Solvesborg Sweden
8  Rock Am Ring Nurburgring Germany
9  Rock Im Park Nurnberg Germany
11  Sports Arena Budapest Hungary
13  Leipzig Arena Leipzig Germany
14  Nova Rock Nickelsdorf Austria
Weekend of June 14-16
Download Donington Park UK
19  Arena Geneva Switzerland
21  Graspop Metal Meeting Dessel Belgium
23  Hellfest Clisson France25  Tipsport Arena Prague Czechoslovakia
28  Tons of Rock Oslo Norway
29  Tuska Open Air Helsinki Finland

JULY 
July 3-6
Resurrection Festival Viviero Spain
5   VOA Heavy Rock Festival Lisbon Portugal
7   Rock The Castle Verona Italy
10  Metalheadmeeting Bucharest Romania
11  Airport Park Sofia Bulgaria
13  Rockwave Festival Athens Greece
Weekend of July 27-28*
Heavy Montreal Parc Jean-Drapeau Montreal QC

AUGUST  
3  Messegelande Balingen Germany

More information on Slayer’s final world tour is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://www.slayer.net

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/Slayer

 

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Knotfest Performance Times Announced

Organizers behind the first annual Knotfest concert festival have announced the performance times for the two day festival.  Slipknot will headline the festival both days.  The band will take the stage at 9:30pm this Friday and play until 11pm.  Saturday night, the band will take to the stage at 10:20 and will play until midnight.  Lamb of God headlines the second stage both nights.  The band, who was previously uncertain for the festival until very recently, will start its performance Friday night at 8:25pm.  It will take the second stage at 9:15pm Saturday night.

Prong and Dillinger Escape Plan will share main stage duties, with Prong opening the main stage Friday afternoon at 3:55pm.  Dillinger Escape Plan opens the main stage Saturday afternoon at 4:30. 

Machine Head, Deftones, Serj Tankian, Gojira, Cannibal Corpse and others will also be on hand.  To get a full rundown of performance times, fans can go online to http://www.knotfest.com.  Fans can also get all the latest from Slipknot online at http://www.slipknot1.com.  Tickets and VIP packages are still available.  They can be purchased online at http://www.ticketmaster.com/KNOTFEST-tickets/artist/1741056 and http://vipnation.com/programs/knotfest-2012.  Hotel accommodations can be made at http://knotfest.com/aug-17.  More information on camping options is available at http://www.tempotickets.com/knotfestcamping.

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LOG Frontman Blythe Freed, Band To Perform At Knotfest

The news has already spread throughout the music world.  Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe has been released from a jail in the Czech Republic.  As a result of Blythe’s release, Lamb of God has been confirmed for the upcoming Knotfest August 17th and 18th. 

Knotfest will perform Council Bluffs, IA on the 17th and Somerset, WI/Minneapolis, MN on the 18th.  Organizers of the Knotfest commented on this breaking news saying, “We are honored to present Lamb of God and thrilled to learn that Randy will be onstage for what is sure to be an amazing moment at Knotfest.” 

Also scheduled to perform at Knotfest are:  Deftones, Machine Head, Serj Tankian, Cannibal Corpse, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Urge, Prong, Gojira, and a whole lot more.

Information on tickets for Knotfest is available online at http://ticketmaster.com/KNOTFEST-tickets/artist/1741056.  and for information on VIP packages for Knotfest, go to http://vipnation.com/programs/knotfest-2012.  For more information on Knotfest, go to http://www.knotfest.com.

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Slipknot announce “Hits” collection, new app, Knotfest

NEW YORK, NY–The nine man metal machine that is known simply as Slipknot has made an announcement for its fans.  The band will release its first “hits” collection, “antennas to Hell” July 24th.  It will be released via Roadrunner Records.  The compilation will include nineteen hits that span its current catalogue.  Inlcuded in the upcoming release will be a bonus live recording of the band’s performance from the 2009 Download Festival.  To sweeten the deal even more, the band will officially release its brand new “Wear The Mask” app alongside the release of its new “hits” collection.  The app will allow fans to creat their own mask, and connect with other Slipknot fans all over the world.

The upcoming “Hits” collection and app are only part of the good news for the Maggot Corps worldwide.  The band has also announced that it will hold its inaugural Knotfest August 17th and 18th.  The festival will be held in Cuoncil Bluffs, Iowa on the 17th and Minneapolis, MN on the 18th.  Slipknot will be joined by Lamb of God, Deftones, Dethklok, Gojira, Cannibal Corpse, Prong, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Serj Tankian, and loads more.

Along with the upcoming Knotfest shows, Slpknot is also one of the leading acts on this year’s edition of the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival tour.  fans can keep up with all the latest dates and news from Slipknot online at http://www.slipknot1.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/slipknot, and on Twitter at http://twitter.com.  Fans will be able to download the “Wear The Mask” app at http://wearthemask.Slipknot1.com

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Between The Buried and Me, Job for a Cowboy join Summer Slaughter tour

AGOURA HILLS, CALIFORNIA–Metal Blade label mates Between The Buried and Me and Job for a Cowboy have announced their addition to this year’s Summer Slaughter tour.  The bands will join Faceless, Periphery and a slew of other metal acts.  Job for a Cowboy joins the tour fresh off the heels of the release of its new album, “Demonocracy.”  Between The Buried and Me will start work on the follow-up to its metal Blade debut, “The Parallax:  Hypersleep Dialogues” after completing its tour. 

North Carolina fans of the bands will get their chance to see all the bands on the bill when the tour makes a stop at Amos’ SouthEnd in Charlotte on August 3rd.  Between The Buried and Me and Job For a Cowboy will continue on together to play three dates together to close out the month of August after the Summer Slaughter tour ends.  Those shows will be in Arizona, Oklahoma and Missouri on August 28th, 29th, and 30th respectively. 

More information on the Summer Slaughter tour and both bands is available at the Metal Blade website, http://www.metalblade.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/metlabladerecords, and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/metalblade.