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  • Out Today! Northern Canadian Yukon Power Thrashers SANKTUARY New Album 'Something Fierce'

    Sanktuary_Group

    L-R: Anders Grasholm – Drums | Cole Hume – Bass | Alan Binger – Vocals, Guitar | Glen Emond – Guitar

         Spawning from high school friendship and growing into something much more epic out of the deep dark north of the Canadian Yukon, power thrashers Sanktuary are proud to unleash their debut thrash thrill ride 'Something Fierce', out today, July 2nd on Spread The Metal Records.

    Album Stream - Something Fierce - https://soundcloud.com/spreadthemetalrecords/sets/sanktuary-something-fierce

    Album order - www.spreadthemetal.com 

    Sanktuary bassist Cole Hume comments:

    "On behalf of the Skank Squad, I am unbelievably stoked to finally be on the eve of releasing our debut album Something Fierce upon the world. A mighty appreciation goes out to Matt Day and Spread the Metal Records as well as all those along the way, who without would not have made this possible. We can only hope that all who give a listen will appreciate the blood, sweat, tears and beers upon beers that went into the making of this record. So horns up to the metal heads of Canada and the world and we are pumped to hear what has to be said of what we think to be Something Fierce!"" 

    Matt Day of STM records also comments: 

    "Our deepest apologies to all the other bands who have releases coming out in July, and may we suggest that there's always next month. Although I personally have no creative talent to speak of, I was ecstatic to gain the privilege of signing the necessary forms and documents to bring this release to the masses. And as long as the boys of The Skank Squad are putting everything they have into this crazy business we call music, I'll be there to proudly take the credit. Now go forth and Spread the Metal!!!"

    Track Listing & Artwork: Something Fierce

    Sanktuary_SomethingFierce_AlbumArt

    1. Deadly Prey
    2. Heat Lightning
    3. Hail The Villain
    4. Thrill Of The Kill
    5. Screeching For Vengeance
    6. Fire In The Sky 
    7. Beyond The Wall
    8. Midnite Mass

        Sanktuary kicked things off with two back-to-back EPs – 2009′s self-titled release and 2010′s Black Magic Brew – and soon followed that up with a massive move from Whitehorse, Yukon to Halifax, Nova Scotia.

       After touring the country following their epic relocation and being faced with a major blow in Toronto that saw their van and nearly all their gear get stolen, Sanktuary turned things around with a third EP in 2011, Tundrastruck (a 3 way split with Black Moor and Metallian), followed by them signing to Spread the Metal Records, which sent them all the way back to Whitehorse to record 'Something Fierce'.

    Live Video - http://youtu.be/NmeQbIa1-ME 

    For more info on Sanktuary, please visit these following links.

    http://www.spreadthemetal.com/ 

    http://www.facebook.com/sanktuarymetal 

    https://www.twitter.com/sanktuarymetal 

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    Sanktuary – Something Fierce (2013) (Spread The Metal Records)

    Release Date: July 2, 2013
    Label: Spread The Metal Records
    Distribution: 24 Hour
    CATOLOG #: STM009
    UPC CODE #: 62095346192 2
    ISRC Codes: TBD

    R.I.Y.L. = Evile, 3 Inches of Blood, Havok, Mantic Ritual, Metal Church, Annihilator, Exciter, Cauldron

    “Drawing on elements from traditional metal and early thrash-, speed-, and power metal, Sanktuary’s music is quite melodic and considerably easy to listen to and take in. There are plenty of all out rock ‘n’ metal guitar histrionic, and the mildly Geddy Lee-ish vocals actually fit nicely into the picture…Capturing the best of thrash as it was in its nascent era, Sanktuary’s “Something Fierce” should appeal to fans of thrash, speed, and traditional metal alike.” 4/5 – MetalMusicArchives

    “‘Hailing from the farthest reaches of Canada, The Yukon, Sanktuary are a band hot on the heels of their contemporaries laying down a mix of classic metal, power metal (US) and thrash all in one debut album release that is presented in a very nice digipak format…This is a mix of great musical genres, delivering a real exuberant energy and clear passion, Sanktuary are certainly worth checking out.’” – Brutalism

    “My first impression of Something Fierce was that this was the kind of album I would have saved my allowance for. It represents everything that is good and exciting about thrash and doesn’t sacrifice musical quality for ego or showmanship. It just thrashes, from beginning to end. The best tracks on this album are those that go for sheer speed—check out “Thrill of the Kill,” “Screeching for Vengeance,” and “Fire in the Sky”—for the way these guys dive in to the speed and energy, the thrill, of the music itself. These are good thrash songs, contributions to a beloved musical style, not karaoke-style imitations.” – SeofTranquility

    “I think the best description of “Something Fierce” would be to say that it’s a time machine: It’s a non-stop flight to 1984, where we can enjoy the biggest jewels of thrash.” – GoetiaMetal

    “Something Fierce is exactly what this album is, Sanktuary has recorded one of the best  Traditional Canadian Heavy Metal Album that I have listened to in a long ass time.” – KingstonMusicReviews

    “Sanktuary have it all on this release and they manage to create a sound that combines vintage thrash riffs, melodic/speed and power metal passages in great abundance. This is a fantastic debut and if you enjoy the sounds of past eras like classic thrash, early 80’s speed metal and the NWOBHM then this might be for you. Something Fierce is no mere throwback, but a testament to the elements that forged such great sub-genres in the first place.” – The Metal Pit

    “recent transplants from the Yukon to Nova Scotia and I’m pretty sure they didn’t do much but play music before heading south. Thrash with a thick coating of traditional metal, ‘Raise The Flag’ is a crowd pleaser and having heard them play it live, I know this to be true. I can’t wait for these guys to put out a full length!” – Earshot! (Review of Tundrastruck split EP)

    “Raise The Flag is faithful track number two. Now without wanting to compare, I hear a little of early Metallica even a little Pound for Pound Anvil in this track. Without a doubt this is a beer drinking metal anthem. It makes me feel like slamming my text book against my vandalized desk and telling Ms.Sulley to “Fuck off, art history blows!” – Hard And Heavy Zine (Review of Tundrastruck split EP)

    “I was excited to hear Sanktuary as they are a thrash metal band from the Yukon, and hell who ever hears of metal bands from the North. So that in itself right there is a big point of interest to get you excited…I do know that the opening track “Speed Demon” totally sticks in my head, and yes it sounds exactly like you expect it to sound. On their myspace page they have a thing that says just fucking metal and I think that really sums up everything you need to know about Sanktuary. If you like thrash then don’t hesitate listen to this as soon as you possibly can.” – Left Hip Mag (Review of Sanktuary EP 2009)

    “The penultimate band last night was another Halifax speed metal band, that being Black Moor’s good friends Sanktuary, and though their sounds were similar in genre, Sanktuary stood out on their own as well! Compared to Black Moor, Sanktuary’s sound wasn’t as varied, taking more cues from speed metal in general, so it was more straightforward, but still very relentless and entertaining! Alan Binger’s vocals were really nice, ranging from a suitable heavy metal tone to some really melodic patches and even a couple falsetto notes here and there! He and Cole Hume rocked our faces off with their crushing metal sounds, and Anders Grasholm fit perfectly with his proficient drum skills! Though their originals were really entertaining and full of great old school metal, fans of Metallica were pleased to hear them cover “The Four Horsemen” and “Motorbreath” at the end of their set, which was really cool! Though I was getting worn out by this point, I recognized the talent of Sanktuary, and hopefully they come back to the Soo really soon!” – The Sault Metal Scene (Concert Review)

    “Sanktuary delivers a retro speed/thrash style…”Raise the Flag” is a catchy and upbeat speed metal track” – Metal Music Archives (Review of Tundrastruck split EP)

    “Originally from Whitehorse you have to wonder if that adds to the speed in which they play. Being cold all the time in their youth must have made them play quickly to stay warm. To be serious this is a great fast moving song (Raise The Flag) that is true thrash in every sense of the word.” – WeLoveMetal.com (Review from Tundrastruck spilt EP)

    “Raise the Flag converted me with it’s rhythmically interesting grooves–I like that they don’t do everything cliche, and I detect some stonerrock influence here, especially in the outro. Gives your neck a break and shifts gears from headbanging to headbobbing, something i’m all for. Also a wicked guitar solo, and shouted gang vocals, right on boys! The performance is technically great,” – Noisography (Review from Tundrastruck split EP)

    This is raw Thrash-influenced Metal as it should be. The demo has a real live feel about it. The guitar chugs away, the drums are battered & the singer grunts far more than he shrieks. BMB is a beer driven & enthusiastic romp in four songs. It does everything it says on the tin.” – Pulp Metal Mag (Review of Black Magic Brew EP 2010)

    Sanktuary_SomethingFierce_AlbumArt

    [Download Album Cover]

    Track Listing: Something Fierce

    1. Deadly Prey
    2. Heat Lightning
    3. Hail The Villain
    4. Thrill Of The Kill
    5. Screeching For Vengeance
    6. Fire In The Sky
    7. Beyond The Wall
    8. Midnite Mass

    Album Credits:
    All songs performed by Sanktuary
    All songs written by Sanktuary
    Produced by Sanktuary
    Recorded by Jim Holland at Seaweed Studios
    Mixed & Mastered by Daniel Tsourinis
    Available on: Spread The Metal Online Store, iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon, etc.
    Album Artwork by Tyler Grasholm, Rory Oblivion and Janine Wieler

    Discography
    2009 – Sanktuary EP
    2010 – Black Magic Brew EP
    2011 – Tundrastruck Split EP
    2013 – Something Fierce LP

    Tours & Festivals
    2012 – Something Fierce Across Canada Tour
    2011 – Boozed, Used and Abused Eastern Canadian Tour
    2011 – Annihilation of The Nation Cross Canada w/ Black Moor
    2011 – Maritime Mayhem – Mini-Tour w/ Fatality
    2010 – Waking The Dead Eastern Canadian Tour
    2010 – Cross Canadian Tour
    2009 – Western Canadian Tour

    Shared Stage w/
    3 Inches of Blood
    Blood Ceremony
    Fatality
    Skull Fist
    Unleash the Archers
    Black Moor
    Hellacaust
    Aggressor
    Shotgun Cure
    Striker
    Alcoholator
    Reanimator
    Mastery
    Savage Blade
    Datura
    Descendant
    The Order of Chaos
    Tiger Star
    Terrifier
    Metalian

    Endorsed by:
    Peace Drums and Percussion - http://www.peace-drums.com/

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  • IMMINENT ATTACK release "Splact" music video

    The first music video of Imminent Attack is available on the internet! This is the song 'Splact', taken from the album 'Deliver Us From Ourselves'.

    The production of the video was made by the company Alien Foto e Video (www.facebook.com/AlienFotoVideo).

    'Deliver Us From Ourselves' was officially released in August 2012 independently and has 14 tracks produced by musician/producer Rafael Augusto Lopes (Torture Squad, Fanttasma, Lothlöryen).

    Contact: kabeloduro@gmail.com

    Related Sites:
    www.imminentattack.com.br
    www.facebook.com/imminentattack
    www.myspace.com/imminentattack
    www.metalmedia.com.br/imminentattack

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  • KROW announce five-month of touring in Europe

    Brazilian Death Metaller Krow, annoucend a new tour in Europe. The group, which is already used to tour Europe for long periods, this time will be there for five months. 

    The group starts the 'Framework Of Violence Tour' on July 11 and closes on December 6 through approximately 19 countries.

    The band also released a music video for 'Framework of Violence' from the latest album 'Traces Of The Trade':

    Contact for concerts and merchandise: krow@krowmetalzone.com

    Related Sites:
    www.myspace.com/krowmetal
    www.metalmedia.com.br/krow
    www.facebook.com/krowmetalzone
    www.twitter.com/KrowMetalZone

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  • Canadian Power Thrashers Sanktuary Streaming Upcoming Album 'Something Fierce'

     Sanktuary_Group

    L-R: Anders Grasholm – Drums | Cole Hume – Bass | Alan Binger – Vocals, Guitar | Glen Emond – Guitar

         Canadian power thrashers Sanktuary are streaming their upcoming debut album 'Something Fierce' at the following location here.

    The eight track power thrash thrill ride will be released on Tuesday, July 2, 2013 via Canadian metal label Spread The Metal Records and is available for pre-order here

    Spawning from high school friendship and growing into something much more epic, Sanktuary kicked things off with two back-to-back EPs – 2009′s self-titled release and 2010′s Black Magic Brew – and soon followed that up with a massive move from Whitehorse, Yukon to Halifax, Nova Scotia.

    After touring the country following their epic relocation and being faced with a major blow in Toronto that saw their van and nearly all their gear get stolen, Sanktuary turned things around with a third EP in 2011, Tundrastruck (a 3 way split with Black Moor and Metallian), followed by them signing to Spread the Metal Records, which sent them all the way back to Whitehorse to record 'Something Fierce'.

    Live Video - http://youtu.be/NmeQbIa1-ME 

    Track Listing & Artwork: Something Fierce

    Sanktuary_SomethingFierce_AlbumArt

    1. Deadly Prey
    2. Heat Lightning
    3. Hail The Villain
    4. Thrill Of The Kill
    5. Screeching For Vengeance
    6. Fire In The Sky 
    7. Beyond The Wall
    8. Midnite Mass

    For more info on Sanktuary, please visit these following links.

    http://www.spreadthemetal.com/ 

    http://www.facebook.com/sanktuarymetal 

    https://www.twitter.com/sanktuarymetal 

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    Sanktuary – Something Fierce (2013) (Spread The Metal Records)

    Release Date: July 2, 2013
    Label: Spread The Metal Records
    Distribution: 24 Hour
    CATOLOG #: STM009
    UPC CODE #: 62095346192 2
    ISRC Codes: TBD

    R.I.Y.L. = Evile, 3 Inches of Blood, Havok, Mantic Ritual, Metal Church, Annihilator, Exciter, Cauldron

    “recent transplants from the Yukon to Nova Scotia and I’m pretty sure they didn’t do much but play music before heading south. Thrash with a thick coating of traditional metal, ‘Raise The Flag’ is a crowd pleaser and having heard them play it live, I know this to be true. I can’t wait for these guys to put out a full length!” – Earshot! (Review of Tundrastruck split EP)

    “Raise The Flag is faithful track number two. Now without wanting to compare, I hear a little of early Metallica even a little Pound for Pound Anvil in this track. Without a doubt this is a beer drinking metal anthem. It makes me feel like slamming my text book against my vandalized desk and telling Ms.Sulley to “Fuck off, art history blows!” – Hard And Heavy Zine (Review of Tundrastruck split EP)

    “I was excited to hear Sanktuary as they are a thrash metal band from the Yukon, and hell who ever hears of metal bands from the North. So that in itself right there is a big point of interest to get you excited…I do know that the opening track “Speed Demon” totally sticks in my head, and yes it sounds exactly like you expect it to sound. On their myspace page they have a thing that says just fucking metal and I think that really sums up everything you need to know about Sanktuary. If you like thrash then don’t hesitate listen to this as soon as you possibly can.” – Left Hip Mag (Review of Sanktuary EP 2009)

    “The penultimate band last night was another Halifax speed metal band, that being Black Moor’s good friends Sanktuary, and though their sounds were similar in genre, Sanktuary stood out on their own as well! Compared to Black Moor, Sanktuary’s sound wasn’t as varied, taking more cues from speed metal in general, so it was more straightforward, but still very relentless and entertaining! Alan Binger’s vocals were really nice, ranging from a suitable heavy metal tone to some really melodic patches and even a couple falsetto notes here and there! He and Cole Hume rocked our faces off with their crushing metal sounds, and Anders Grasholm fit perfectly with his proficient drum skills! Though their originals were really entertaining and full of great old school metal, fans of Metallica were pleased to hear them cover “The Four Horsemen” and “Motorbreath” at the end of their set, which was really cool! Though I was getting worn out by this point, I recognized the talent of Sanktuary, and hopefully they come back to the Soo really soon!” – The Sault Metal Scene (Concert Review)

    “Sanktuary delivers a retro speed/thrash style…”Raise the Flag” is a catchy and upbeat speed metal track” – Metal Music Archives (Review of Tundrastruck split EP)

    “Originally from Whitehorse you have to wonder if that adds to the speed in which they play. Being cold all the time in their youth must have made them play quickly to stay warm. To be serious this is a great fast moving song (Raise The Flag) that is true thrash in every sense of the word.” – WeLoveMetal.com (Review from Tundrastruck spilt EP)

    “Raise the Flag converted me with it’s rhythmically interesting grooves–I like that they don’t do everything cliche, and I detect some stonerrock influence here, especially in the outro. Gives your neck a break and shifts gears from headbanging to headbobbing, something i’m all for. Also a wicked guitar solo, and shouted gang vocals, right on boys! The performance is technically great,” – Noisography (Review from Tundrastruck split EP)

    This is raw Thrash-influenced Metal as it should be. The demo has a real live feel about it. The guitar chugs away, the drums are battered & the singer grunts far more than he shrieks. BMB is a beer driven & enthusiastic romp in four songs. It does everything it says on the tin.” – Pulp Metal Mag (Review of Black Magic Brew EP 2010)

    Sanktuary_SomethingFierce_AlbumArt

    [Download Album Cover]

    Track Listing: Something Fierce

    1. Deadly Prey
    2. Heat Lightning
    3. Hail The Villain
    4. Thrill Of The Kill
    5. Screeching For Vengeance
    6. Fire In The Sky
    7. Beyond The Wall
    8. Midnite Mass

    Album Credits:
    All songs performed by Sanktuary
    All songs written by Sanktuary
    Produced by Sanktuary
    Recorded by Jim Holland at Seaweed Studios
    Mixed & Mastered by Daniel Tsourinis
    Available on: Spread The Metal Online Store, iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon, etc.
    Album Artwork by Tyler Grasholm, Rory Oblivion and Janine Wieler

    Discography
    2009 – Sanktuary EP
    2010 – Black Magic Brew EP
    2011 – Tundrastruck Split EP
    2013 – Something Fierce LP

    Tours & Festivals
    2012 – Something Fierce Across Canada Tour
    2011 – Boozed, Used and Abused Eastern Canadian Tour
    2011 – Annihilation of The Nation Cross Canada w/ Black Moor
    2011 – Maritime Mayhem – Mini-Tour w/ Fatality
    2010 – Waking The Dead Eastern Canadian Tour
    2010 – Cross Canadian Tour
    2009 – Western Canadian Tour

    Shared Stage w/
    3 Inches of Blood
    Blood Ceremony
    Fatality
    Skull Fist
    Unleash the Archers
    Black Moor
    Hellacaust
    Aggressor
    Shotgun Cure
    Striker
    Alcoholator
    Reanimator
    Mastery
    Savage Blade
    Datura
    Descendant
    The Order of Chaos
    Tiger Star
    Terrifier
    Metalian

    Endorsed by:
    Peace Drums and Percussion - http://www.peace-drums.com/

    Read more »
  • Out Today! FATALITY's New Album 'Psychonaut'; Music Video 'Thoughts Collide' + Tour Dates 'Towards Disastour'

     

        Smarter, stronger and musically tighter than ever, Canadian thrash party monsters Fatality are now ready to unleash their sophomore album 'Psychonaut', today, June 28th followed by an epic two month USA 'Towards Disastour'.

    Vocalist / guitarist Spencer Le Von comments:

    "'Psychonaut', this complex riff addled collection is the result of much blood, sweat and endless passion. Eight tracks of blistering progressive thrash metal, each one of them filled with enough ear candy to satisfy your heavy metal sweet tooth. So this weekend, fire up that BBQ, get your rye and coke on ice and let your whole street hear it." 

    'Psychonaut' available on iTunesBandcampBig Cartel.

    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. 

    First two singles from the album:

    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

    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 Canada / USA Dates: 'Towards Disastour'

    Up-to-date tour info can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/events/163831077118892/

    June 21 – Oshawa, ON @ The Atria - Show Details
    June 28 – Toronto CD release @ Sneaky Dee’s w/ Shotgun Cure, Call of The Wild - Show Details
    June 29 – Montreal @ Piranha Bar - Show Details 
    June 30 – Portland, ME @ Geno’s Rock Club - Show Details
    July 2 – Worcester, MA @ Hotel Vernon - Show Details 
    July 3 – Providence, RI @ Dusk - Show Details
    July 4 – Allston, MA @ O'Briens Pub - Show Details (cancelled)
    July 5 – Florence, MA @ Silk City Music - Show Details
    July 6 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie - Show Details
    July 8 – Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar - Show Details
    July 9 – Baltimore, MD @ Side Bar - Show Details
    July 11 – Chesapeake, VA @ Rogers - Show Details
    July 12 – Richmond, VA @ Wonderland - Show Details
    July 13 – Wilmington, NC @ Reggies - Show Details
    July 15 – Jacksonville, FL @ Shantytown Pub - Show Details
    July 16 – Miami, FL - TBA
    July 17 – Tampa, FL @ Brass Mug
    July 18 - Orlando, FL - Uncle Lou's - Show Details (cancelled)
    July 19 - Atlanta, GA @ the Masquerade - Show Details
    July 20 - Pensacola, FL - Handle Bar - Show Details
    July 21 – Houston, TX @ White Swan w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    July 23 – San Antonio, TX @ Korova w/ Zombie Holocaust
    July 24 – Fort Worth, TX @ Legends w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    July 25 – Oklahoma City, OK @ TBA 
    July 26 – Midland, TX @ Blue Max w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    July 27 - El Paso, TX @ TBA w/ Zombie Holocaust
    July 29 – Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    July 30 – Tempe, AZ @ Red Owl
    August 2 - Pomona, CA @ Characters - Show Details
    August 3 – Fullerton, CA @ Riff Haus w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    August 4 – Los Angeles, CA @ Five Star Bar w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    August 9 – Oakland, CA @ Continental Club w/ Zombie Holocaust
    August 10 – Medford, OR @ MusicHead w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    August 11 – Eugene, OR @ Tiny Tavern w/ Zombie Holocaust
    August 12 – Portland, OR @ East End w/ Zombie Holocaust
    August 14 – Seattle, WA @ Kraken w/ Zombie Holocaust - Show Details
    August 16 – Vancouver, BC @ The Astoria - Show Details
    August 17 – Portland, OR @ Tonic Lounge 
    August 18 – Spokane, WA @ Carr's Corner Bar - Show Details
    August 19 – Boise, ID @ TBA 
    August 20 – Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall - Show Details
    August 22 – Kansas City, MO @ TBA
    August 23 – St. Louis, MO @ Cusumano's - Show Details
    August 24 – Chicago, IL @ TBA
    August 25 – Fort Wayne, IN @ Berlin Bar
    August 26 – Cleveland, OH @ The Foundry
    August 28 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Howler's Coyote
    August 29 - Buffalo, NY @ TBA

    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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