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  • BREACHED Launching New EP 'Left Behind'; Streaming Title Track

    L-R = Neil Uppal – Drums | Mike Diesel – Guitar |Ryan Alexander – Bass | Bobby Noakes- Vocals 

    (Photo Credit - Jaylyn Todd - jaylynphoto.ca)

    Cranked. Heavy. Melodic. These are just some of the words that have been used to describe Toronto’s BREACHED.

    Locked and reloaded, the band has finalized their third EP ‘Left Behind’, which will be released on October 22nd with their title track and single hitting radio across Canada plus being available on iTunes.

    In celebration of the release, the rockers will be holding a launch show for 'Left Behind' during Indie Week Canada in Toronto at The Rivoli on October 19th with local support from Joy Arson and guests.

    The title track can be heard at the following links.

    iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/left-behind-single/id705999464

    Soundcloud: http://snd.sc/16xVsES 

    Youtube: http://youtu.be/tj05vofLo1w 

    “We’re incredibly stoked to release the first single and title track from our third official EP, 'Left Behind'. The EP encapsulates the energy and direction we’ve been working towards perfectly. It’s a song that describes the struggles and frustration of moving forward from what you thought you needed." comments vocalist Bobby Noakes.

    The EP was recorded in between Canadian and US dates during the spring and summer months of this year while the band toured to promote their second EP ‘Revolution Sessions’, an acoustic version of their debut EP with a bonus stripped down cover of Alice In Chains ‘No Excuses’, which was also joined by a series of in-studio music videos.

    Creating an alluring blend of melodious, metal-tinged rock ‘n roll, it didn’t take long for Breached to start winning over fans with their live shows and five-song self-titled EP. The band’s tight harmonies and nail-hitting screams combined with overdriven guitars, intricate tempos and powerful lyrics provide a unique blend that audiences can’t seem to get enough of.

    Track Listing: Left Behind
    1. Left Behind (4:04)
    2. Piece By Piece (2:59)
    3. All We Need (3:09)
    4. Brighter Days (3:51)
    5. Here With Me (3:17)
    Total Time: 17:20

    In additional news, the band shared with fans an infomercial spoof for 'Left Behind' on youtube at the following link.


    best infomercial ever!

    'Revolution Sessions' - Music Videos

    Let Go - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOCIjtOpU6I

    No Excuses (Alice In Chains cover) - http://youtu.be/ZfINQnXC8ko

    Music Video - Control - http://youtu.be/wRWGsxvYkl4 

    Music Video - Happy? - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iRWTBWmrjI 

    Music Video - Time - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39HzhYn_GHY

    Upcoming Show Dates

    October 19 - The Rivoli (Indie Week) - Toronto, ON w/ Joy Arson and guests - Show Details - https://www.facebook.com/events/636369836408343/ 

    For more info on BREACHED, please visit these following links:

    www.breachedmusic.com | http://www.facebook.com/breachedmusic | Twitter @BreachedMusic

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    EPK | Press Photo | Tour Dates | BreachedMusic.com | Facebook | Twitter 

    Youtube | Reverbnation | Soundcloud | CBC 3 | iTunes

    RIYL = Incubus, Deftones, Alexisonfire, Staind

    “Toronto based Breached are probably on a hiding to nothing by choosing to throw their musical hat into the ring with their own take on a sound that has many, many big established names still kicking around in it somewhere. The saving grace for this, their second EP, is that it is a stripped back affair with a heavy acoustic feel to the five songs that we’re treated to: four originals and a not too shabby cover of the Alice In Chains song ‘No Excuses’.

    What is most certainly does is impress. The vocals from Bobby Noakes are right on the money and have plenty power and feeling. The same goes for guitars of Mike Diesel, the bass playing of Ryan Alexander and Drums from Neil Uppal. This is a true team performance and one which is highly recommended. If Breached are struggling to get proper recognition and support for their music, which it definitely deserves, then it’s up to us to get this one noticed. Buy or download, I guarantee you will not be disappointed. 8/ 10” – Powerplay Mag UK

    "They rocked the stage and made the crowd scream, wanting more...I was completely blown away by Bobby’s powerful pipes, along with Mike’s back up vocals and melodic/heavy guitar playing. The two of them put together make a beautiful duet. I loved Ryan’s headbanging moves and bad ass bass playing. The band overall has great chemistry on stage, and very good stage presence overall." - TheSceneMagazine.ca

    "the dynamic vocals and solid production value of this 5-track stunner are reminiscent of the great unplugged sessions of the 90’s. The talented quartet delivers each track with such flawless ability that I’m sure there is a long-life ahead for this band." - NewCanadianMusic.ca (Revolution Sessions Review)

    "I love this!!! It’s a bit mainstream but the energy is delicious. I already know I must see a live show by these guys. “Control” is still my favorite but all these songs rock." - Hip Rock Magazine

    " a fine slice of modern rock. Think Chevelle, Faktion, Submersed and those kinds of bands and you are in the right ballpark. The production is very good for this style of music with a nice sound to especially the drums. They sound huge!

    First out is Let Go, a nice start that shows us what we are in for here, complete with some screaming as well. Second out is the very Chevelle-esque song Control, also a nice song with a very emotional vocal performance from singer Bobby Noakes. Overall the vocals are great and so are the tunes. I am very intrigued to see what they can do with a full length album.

    I think that fans of tough modern rock should give this a listen. 16 minutes of very promising stuff! Check it out today!" - Melodic.net (Self titled EP Review)

    "Breached has a dynamic hard rock sound that would appeal to Soundgarden fans. This five-song EP features heavy riffing, powerful vocals, and a rhythm section as solid as the Canadian Shield." - NewCanadianMusic

    “They always put on a good show and their music is getting better and better. For a band who has only been around about two years, they have accomplished quite a bit” – Fridae TV (FridaeTV.com)

    “Singer Bobby Noakes has a powerful voice with a hard edge and excellent supporting band” – T Mak World (TMAKWorld.com)

    “Breached has bottled that delicious era of “hit you in the heart” rock and brought it back to unleash on audiences” – Amber Waves (Open 'Til Midnight)

    Shared Stage w/ 
    The Rabid Whole
    The Standstills
    Burning The Day
    The Suburbians
    Tupleo Honey
    Mary Rose Obsession
    Hollowick (ex Rides Again)
    20 Amp Soundchild

    2013 - Barrie New Music Fest
    2012 - Indie Week
    2012 - Canadian Music Week -
    2012 - Sudbury New Music Fest
    2011 - Indie Week
    2011 - Canadian Music Week


    2013 - Revolution Sessions (Acoustic EP)

    Revolution Sessions Cover - 1600x1600 700dpi

    1. Control
    2. Let go
    3. No Excuses
    4. Time
    5. Happy?

    2011 - Breached - EP

    Adobe Photoshop PDF

    1. Let Go (3:04)
    2. Control (3:32)
    3. Happy? (3:17)
    4. Live Again (3:18)
    5. Time (3:24)



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  • UNBEING Release Vinyl of Self-Titled Debut Album On BLK COQ Music

    L-R - Jean-Philippe Bédard – Drums | Martin Labelle – Keyboard | Sherif El-Maghraby – Guitar | Alexandre D’Amour – Bass | Anthony Grieco – Guitar

         Out today! Montreal, QC's steroid induced progressive metal band UNBEING unleash the re-release of their debut self-titled album via BLK COQ Music/Believe Digital as a limited edition vinyl and digitally on all major online retailers.

    iTunes link - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/unbeing/id718220912 

    Vinyl - www.UnbeingMusic.com 

    Originally released in 2011, the album spanning 40 minutes of instrumental offerings that screams: There is no turning back, there is no mercy, there is only Unbeing, is ready to be received again as a testimony to the group’s composing capabilities. Co-produced and remixed by Martin Albert and remastered by Ryan Morey (Arcade Fire, Priestess, Half Moon Run).

    Rising out of Montreal’s bubbling metal underground, it can be said that Unbeing have been through it all. Starting out as a three-piece, members came and went, two demos were released to an overwhelmingly positive response, the band won Metal Académie 2 – a two-month-long competition where the band impressed both the audience and esteemed metal judges such as Kataklysm to take home top honors – then decided to shake things up again. Taking the judges’ advice to heart, Unbeing opted to no longer continue sacrificing their creative liberties, removing vocals all-together to finally discovered its true nature in the form of a five-piece ProgEpic InstruMetal band.

    But alas, seven years after the birthing cries of Unbeing tore holes in the fabric of space and time, individually and as a whole, they have overcome hardships, laughed in the face of danger and stomped on the charred corpse of impossibility. In 2011, the band released its debut full-length album before solidifying its name in the metal community as a five-piece outfit.

    2011 ALBUM STREAM - http://snd.sc/14J5dlc 

    R.I.Y.L. = Scale The Summit, Animals As Leaders, Pelican, Neurosis, Dream Theater, Tesseract

    1. Octo8
    2. 15 Years In space
    3. Structube
    4. Mercury
    5. Chuck Norris
    6. Interlude
    7. Versus 10 Behemoth
    8. Zomb!

    Music Video - Chuck Norris - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sKW59AgKQk 

    unbeing - chuck norris (official music video)

    For more info, please visit these links:

    Official Website: www.Unbeingmusic.com 

    Facebook.com: UnbeingMusic

    Twitter: @UnbeingMusic

    EPK - http://ashermediarelations.com/epks/epk-unbeing-self-titled-2013-vinyl-re-release-date-sept-27-2013/

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  • TRIBUNE Comments On Performing Homeless Benefit Blankfest-Vancouver


    L-R | Ryan O’Shea – Bass | Jason Brown – Drums | Bryan Baker – Vocals | Terry Anderson – Guitar | Shawn Culley – Guitar  (Photo Credit: Matt Neuman - Phrozen Photography)

    Vancouver, BC based metal band TRIBUNE comments on their upcoming performance at this year's 2nd annual homeless benefit show Blankfest-Vancouver in support of the city’s Covenant House, the non-profit shelter that helps the cities street youth from age 16-24 who have fled physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse, along with those who have been forced from their homes or those who have aged out of foster care. Last year, the full-to-capacity event raised over $1,000 and over 200 clothing items for the city’s less fortunate.

    Tribune guitarist Shawn Culley comments:

    "Tribune is super pumped to be playing a show that will help out the local community. We're always down for fundraising shows and we want all our metal head friends to come out and hook up the Covenant House with some clothing, blankets or even a cash donation. Tribune is offering deals for donations, so make one and we'll give you a sweet deal on our merch!" 

    This year’s event will see seven local Vancouver bands with support from bands from Kelowna and Calgary ranging in various genres of rock n’ roll, hard rock and metal, performing from 7:30pm to 2am at The Railway Club to share their tunes, raise awareness, funds and clothing for the city’s homeless.

    As the event slogan goes, ‘It’s About The Homeless, Nothing More, Nothing Less.’.

    Blankfest Calgary is just one of many events across North America inspired by founder Kenn Rowell, who has been organizing Blankfest in New York City since 1997 and has encouraged others to hold Blankfests in various parts of the USA, Canada (Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary) and Europe to help the homeless with the support from their music communities. 

    Event Details:

    Blank-Fest Vancouver II
    Saturday November 9th
    The Railway Club
    579 Dunsmuir, Vancouver BC
    Doors 7:30 pm
    Supporting: Covenant House Vancouver
    Admission: Blanket, Teen clothing or cash donation of choice at the door

    The Cut Losses (Vancouver) – Alternative - https://www.facebook.com/thecutlosses
    King Dylan (Calgary) – Hip Hop/Rap - https://www.facebook.com/#!/TheRealKingDyl
    The Coalition (Vancouver) – Rock - https://www.facebook.com/coalitionsound
    Dracula Black (Kelowna) – Hard Rock - https://www.facebook.com/DraculaBlackMusic
    SplitTRACT (Vancouver) – Alternative Hard Rock - https://www.facebook.com/splittract/
    Versus the Nothing (Vancouver) – Alternative Rock –  https://www.facebook.com/versusthenothing
    Among The Betrayed (Vancouver) – Metal/ Hard Rock –  https://www.facebook.com/amongthebetrayed
    Tribune (Vancouver) – Metal - https://www.facebook.com/TribuneMetal
    Over The Coals (Vancouver) – Metal https://www.facebook.com/overthecoals

    For more info, please visit the following link:

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlankFestVancouver

    Over the past nine years, Vancouver, BC’s TRIBUNE has been progressively combining its myriad of influences into a genre-shattering whole and etching away at a sound all its own. Now, the band’s efforts have culminated in their third full-length record, Tales set for release October 29th via their indie label Corpse Corrosion Music, which is available for pre-order at the following link.

    Album Pre-Order: http://tribune.bandcamp.com/

    The nine-track concept album has been inspired by the writings of some of the world’s most renowned authors, including H.P. Lovecraft, H.G. Wells, Homer among many others, but the result is strictly TRIBUNE.

    Exploring a more melodic and progressive sound than ever before, but still staying true to the group’s extreme aggression roots, Tales, the follow-up to 2011’s Elder Lore/The Dark Arts, demonstrates TRIBUNE’s brawn and brains with a collusion of extremity and accessibility.

    As the band’s appetite for more extreme metal increased, bands like Carcass, Death and At The Gates began bleeding into their melting pot of influences, resulting in a fresh take on their fine metal sound, which can be heard echoing in the depths of TRIBUNE’s Tales.

    Tribune is now streaming the first single from the album 'From Funeral To Funeral' at the following links:

    Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFWp19BQa6c

    Soundcloud: http://snd.sc/14Mkodu 


    ‘Tales’ – Track Listing:

    Chapter I – Tales
    Chapter II – Insectoid
    Chapter III – The Butterfly Effect
    Chapter IV – From Funeral To Funeral
    Chapter V – Horror
    Chapter VI – King of Ithaca
    Chapter VII – Vengeance
    Chapter VIII – Red Crescent
    Chapter IX – That Bleakest Shore

    For more info on Tribune, please visit these links:

    Official Website: http://www.tribunemetal.com/ 

    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tribune/207477622640504 

    Twitter: http://twitter.com/tribunemetal 

    EPK - http://ashermediarelations.com/epks/epk-tribune-tales-2013-corpse-corrosion-music-release-date-october-29-2013/

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    Tribune – Tales (2013) (Corpse Corrosion Music)

    Tour Dates | TribuneMetal.com | Facebook | Reverbnation

     Twitter | Youtube |  CBC 3 | Soundcloud

     Buy Links: Bandcamp |iTunes

    Release Date: October 29, 2013

    Label: Corpse Corrosion Music

    ISRC Codes: (coming soon)

    UPC Code #: 87553100967

    A Heavy Metal Melting Pot of Melodic Prog Death Thrash

    R.I.Y.L.  Clutch, Mastodon, Alice In Chains, Down, Lamb Of God, Superjoint Ritual, Volbeat


    ‘Tales’ – Track Listing:

    Chapter I – Tales
    Chapter II – Insectoid
    Chapter III – The Butterfly Effect
    Chapter IV – From Funeral To Funeral
    Chapter V – Horror
    Chapter VI – King of Ithaca
    Chapter VII – Vengeance
    Chapter VIII – Red Crescent
    Chapter IX – That Bleakest Shore

    Album Credits:
    All songs written by Tribune
    Lyrics: Bryan Baker
    Produced by: Tribune and Jesse Gander @ The Hive Studio
    Recorded by: Jesse Gander and Terry Anderson
    Mixed: Jesse gander
    Mastered: Stuart McKillop
    CD Design: Greg Nicholls
    Artwork by: Monkeymouth
    Label: Corpse Corrosion Music
    UPC Code #:87553100967

    Album Line Up:
    Vocals – Bryan Baker
    Bass – Ryan O’Shea
    Guitar – Terry Anderson
    Guitar – Shawn Culley
    Drums – Jason Brown

    “If prog-infused death/thrash sounds like your thing then wrap this around your ears and don’t stop…” – MetalAsFuck.net

    “Tribune prove themselves an imaginative, intelligent and technically proficient band on ‘The Elder Lore – The Dark Arts’; if you’re a Metalhead, you should definitely be listening to this one.” – Confront Magazine  9/10

    “The album is a big snack of metal and I like it.” – MetalGlory.de

    “the nine minute beast of an ending ‘The World’s Greatest Cynic’, which is like a greatest hits of Tribune’s capabilities in one swoop. ”- Metal-Rules.com

    “check out the relentless staccato machine-gun groove of ‘The Succubus’” – Bravewords.com

    “In 25 words or less: ‘Prog, Metal, Thrash, Rock, Doom, take your pick, you’ve got it all here…” – MayTheRockBeWithYou.com

    “Elder Lore/The Dark Arts is a riff-driven, groovy thrash album with a bit of a melodic death metal/metalcore appeal. The guitars are sharp and bouncy and there’s a good amount of grooves and solos.” – TeethofTheDivine.com

    “‘The Warrior Mentality,’ my favorite on the album, shows influences from Black Sabbath and Dream Theater to Iron Maiden and Lamb of God.  It’s a very cool, riff oriented song! …The musicianship is extremely skilled-these guys are tight.  Production on the album is also a highlight.  Very well done.  These guys kick ass and will be a force to be reckoned with in the future. “ 4/5 – SkullsnBones.com 

    “The band has unleashed a powerful new effort entitledElder Lore / The Dark Arts, and it’s sure to gain Tribune a monstrous amount of accolades from all over the globe.” – HighWireDaze.com

    “On their second full-length release, “Elder Lore/ The Dark Arts” the band Tribune (who hail from Burnaby, BC.) decided to break into my house, steal all of my heavy metal collection and then craft an album that explored all the various bands I listen to. How else does one explain everything this five piece band throws out to the listener? Classic heavy metal? Check. Thrash? Check. Melodic hardcore? Check. Progressive metal? Check. Death metal? Check. Doom? Check. It is all here and then some.” – Heavy Metal Time Machine

    “Tribune is a rarity in 2012: a band whose members have molten metal, and not much else, coursing through their veins. Forget throwing hip-hop, rap-rock, screamo, punk, or hardcore-electro free jazz into the mix: Elder Lore/The Dark Arts is aimed at those who pine for a less complicated time, when Headbangers Ball was must-see TV, and Studebakers on Kingsway was doing booming business.

    Tribune not only acquits itself admirably here, but also implies that it knows the metal landscape has shifted since Iron Maiden and Judas Priest were something more than glorified nostalgia acts. What you get is eight songs that suggest a well-stocked iPod on Shuffle—assuming that said iPod is loaded with metal, metal, and more metal, none of it hairspray-scented.” – The Georgia Straight (Vancouver, BC)

    “The third release from this Burnaby “thrash/prog rock/metal band” pretty much meets its description. From the growls and frog ribbits that open “It Came From the Swamps,” there is equal parts straight on metal boogie only to break into hyper speed shriek breaks unexpectedly and about three bands in one by song’s end.  The group appears to hit its stride most effectively on the full-on thrash of  ”The Succubus,” with some particularly tasty vocals. Perhaps my fave track is “The Warrior Mentality” for its pulsing build to tortured screams and then an almost Alice In Chains-ish turn later on. If you favour heavy guitar lead workouts, this isn’t your cuppa. These guys get to the point and drive it home with maximum force and minimum flash.  And they really sound like they know their strengths and play to them.” - The Province (Vancouver, BC)

    “This is a top quality release;… their arrangements are verging into Mastodon’s playground with a fresher, more honest delivery clearly audible and some of the arrangements are of a quality that I would expect from say someone like Tool, and they are damn perfectionists, hence, Tribune have massive potential. ” – Brutalism.com

    “..the best thing about Elder Lore The Dark Arts is the music…traditional foundation and some nice fret work, this album is an interesting listen….clever and appealing …one album to check out.” – DangerDog.com

    Great sounding melodic death/thrash metal band that combines both classic and modern metal to create a new sound and if you are looking for a band that combines a variety of metal genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE “It Came From The Swamps” “The Succubus” and “We, The Black”.” – Variety of Death Zine

    “A force to be reckoned with, metal flows through the veins of Tribune one of the best thrasher bands to come out of Canada.” – DJ Metalgod - Mental Metal Show

    “An interesting hybrid of thrash and progressive melodic post / rock…. “Elder Lore / The Dark Arts” is a versatile full-length” – StereoInvaders.com

    “Elder Lore/The Dark Arts  has all the necessary ingredients of an accessible and unique Metal release for 2012, and Tribune are clearly ready to capitalize on their assets.” Vile-Views.com

    “Elder Lore/The Dark Arts has all of the great things you need to see in a band, the musicianship, the chemistry between the band members, and the great music. It’s a really solid record…fans of un-signable metal bands will have great stuff on their hands, from the short heavy stuff of “The Succubus” to the long epic proggy sound of “The World’s Greatest Cynic.”" – Jorzine.com

    ““Elder Lore/The Dark” is an awesome album…The album’s highlight is the nine minutes long “The World’s Greatest Cynic” with the awesome collection of riffs, melodies and expressional vocals.” – MetalKaoz.com

    “‘Man on the Outside’ is a great example of what the band is capable of … The double axe work of Anderson and Culley really shine all over and vocalist Bryan Baker is easily one of the most talented and diverse singers I’ve ever heard.” – MetalBlast.net

    2012 – Elder Lore / Dark The Dark Arts
    2010 – Rotting Core: EP
    2006 – Home Sweet Hell

    Past Festivals & Tours
    2012 – The Dark Arts Tour – Canada/USA
    2011 – Elder Tour – West Coast Canada
    2010 – Rotting Tour
    2009 – Alberta Tour
    2008 – Van Isle Tour
    2008 – Vancouver Island Metal Fest

    Shared Stage w/
    3 Inches of Blood
    Titans Eve
    Unleash The Archers
    Gross Misconduct
    A Textbook Tragedy
    The Almighty Excruciating Pain
    Celestial Machine
    The Butcher’s Hand
    The Order Of Chaos
    Without Mercy
    Silence Theory

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  • Canadian Party Thrashers FATALITY Posts New Tour Blog 'Vancouver Brawls

        Even though Toronto’s favorite thrash party monsters Fatality recently wrapped up their two-month North American “Towards Disastour” in support of their latest album, 'Psychonaut'. Vocalist Spencer Le Von checks in with Dead Rhetoric.com about their days in Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC and why he's “A lover not a fighter, also not a lover”...

    Read about it here along with a podcast entitled "Fatality Backseat LeVoncast" on iTunes here:

    Tour Photos can be seen here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/98333748@N04/

    Past tour diary entries:

    Part I - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-i/

    Part II - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-ii/

    Part III - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-iii/ 

    Part IV - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-iv/ 

    Part V - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-v/ 

    Part VI - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-vi/ 

    Part VII - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-vii/ 

    Part VIII - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-viii/ 

    Part IX - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-iX/

    Part X - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-x/ 

    Part XI - http://www.deadrhetoric.com/features/fatality-north-american-tour-diary-part-xi/ 

    A darker and more mature effort, Psychonaut brings forth Fatality's trademark energy and commitment to drunken mayhem. Tracks like 'Thoughts Collide' and 'Before The Collapse' delve deep into the sodden minds of their creators, bubbling with the strange alchemy of pop culture. Psychonaut is an exploration of the inner landscape of the mind, where addled thoughts and horror-polluted dreams are held up to musical scrutiny. Monstrous, ambitious, and sardonically funny as ever, Fatality are taking their unique sound and boundless energy to the next level. 

    Souncloud stream - Monstrous - https://soundcloud.com/fatalitythrash/monstrous

    Soundcloud stream - Thoughts Collide - https://soundcloud.com/fatalitythrash/thoughts-collide/s-w96eC 

    Music Video - Thoughts Collide - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YLN5I7NUGU 

    fatality - thoughts collide (official music video)

    1. Enter Purgatory - 7:54
    2. Thoughts Collide - 5:11
    3. Monstrous - 5:26
    4. Before the Collapse - 5:29
    5. Towards Disaster - 4:47
    6. Psychonaut - 6:10
    7. Satan’s Shepherd - 4:18
    8. Thrashterpiece II - 7:15
    Total: 46:25

    'Psychonaut' is available on iTunesBandcampBig Cartel.

    To fund their new album, upcoming tour and music video FATALITY launched a crowd funding platform via Indiegogo.com, which was linked to http://fatality.ca. They've successfully received over $5,000 in fan support during the campaign for the album through this new initiative.

    Indiegogo Fundraiser Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7cti1up5zY

    About: Toronto, Canada’s high-energy, modern thrash monsters Fatality have been cranking out wise-cracking, beer-drenched nightmares together since 2003. Known for their wild, riotous live performances and their peerless work ethic, they have been independently booking and promoting their own shows, creating great merch, touring North America, and making some great tunes along the way. Few bands embody the DIY spirit as fully as Fatality consistently do, and no other bands have as much fun working their asses off.

    Fatality’s debut effort, Beers From The Grave, was an irreverent, horror-themed album that eschewed seriousness in favour of hard living and good times. Decibel Magazine quipped that, on Beers From The Grave, “solos fly with reckless abandon, the bass is audible and practically so are the beers being cracked open. These guys must have awesome parties.” Hellbound.ca stated that Fatality are “a bundle of crass, explosive, obnoxiously positive energy spewing beer and shrapnel.” Part homage to classic zombie apocalypse horror and part retro-thrash ruckus, Beers From The Grave was an exciting, riotously messy debut.

    After supporting Beers From The Grave with East coast Canadian tours, and being invited to share the stage with the likes of Exodus, Municipal Waste, Holy Grail and Razor, the thrash rockers went back to the studio and emerged with still more new material. Three rough-and-tumble, irresistibly catchy singles — “T.F.E.S.”, “Uppercut” and “Hammerfist” — were bundled together as a free EP. While most bands would have simply released a free record and called it a day, Fatality supported their singles with North American tours, winning hearts, destroying livers and splitting eardrums along the way. After those adventures, Fatality went into a period of hiatus. They emerged from this creative cocoon and re-instated their original drummer, Mason LeVon (brother to guitarist and vocalist Spencer LeVon, who replaced longtime friend and skinsman Andrew Suarez), and new musical vision. In early 2012, the band began writing a brand-new full-length, 'Psychonaut', unquestionably their most ambitious project to date.

    FATALITY is:

    Eytan Gordon - Lead Guitar

    Spencer LeVon - Lead Vocals/Guitar

    Adam Zlotnik - Bass Guitar

    Mason LeVon – Drums

    2011 Single T.F.E.S. – http://youtu.be/sNaYiUm6ze4

    For more info, please visit these links:

    Facebook - http://facebook.com/fatalitythrash

    Bandcamp - http://fatality.bandcamp.com/

    the FATALITY Blog - http://fatalitythrash.blogspot.ca/

    SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/fatalitythrash

    Merch Store - http://fatalitymerch.bigcartel.com

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  • AC ANGRY reveal details of the new album “Black Denim”!

    AC ANGRY will release their debut album “Black Denim” as Digipak-CD worldwide through the German record label Dust On The Tracks Records. The album was produced by Phil Hillen (Powerwolf, Parachutes, The Vision Bleak, Vendetta …) at SU2 Studio. Iconic illustrator Jan Meininghaus (U.D.O., Bolt Thrower, Brainstorm …) is responsible for the perfectly fitting artwork.
    AC ANGRY are demonstrating with a total of ten songs how a dirty Rock ’n’ Roll album is supposed to sound! Catchy tunes like the pounding opener “Booze Horse“, the intriguing half-ballad “It‘s Good To Be Bad“ or the fat speed metal riffs-driven “Rock ’n’ Roller Roller Rolla!“ are evidence that singer and guitarist Alan Costa, his congenial lead guitarist Stefan Kuhn, as well as the tight rhythm section, consisting of bassist Dennis Kirsch and drummer Sascha Waack will truly stir up the international scene! Moreover AC ANGRY pays tribute to the Backyard Babies with the track “Rocker“. The “Black Denim“ tracklist is set up as follows:
    1. Booze Horse
    2. Rock ‘n‘ Roller Roller Rolla!
    3. It‘s Good To Be Bad
    4. You Got The Thirst – I Got The Booze
    5. Black Denim
    6. Like A Riot
    7. Motor
    8. Hellrock Anthem
    9. Rocker
    10. AC Angry
    If you missed the AC ANGRY Heavy Rock ‘n’ Roll Express this summer on its shows with Michael Schenker, Saxon or Anvil, you may still catch up on the shows with Ohrenfeindt, when AC ANGRY will stop by your city carrying their brandnew album “Black Denim” with them. You can find the tour dates and more information here!
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