Montreal Canada Deathcore Pioneers – Despised Icon have announced their first US tour in nearly 7 years since their breakup in 2010 presented by Nuclear Blast Records & IndieMerchStore. They will be joined by Carnifex, Fallujah, Rings of Saturn, Lorna Shore & She Must Burn and will be playing the 3/17-4/02 dates.
Despised Icon were a huge influence for countless bands in the heavy music genre. Their unique approach at merging Death Metal with Hardcore Punk is a signature style that never gets old. So far the response has been huge, metal & hardcore fans alike have been celebrating the announcement of the tour. This one is definitely going to be one for the books.
Technical death metal (and self-styled “aliencore”) band Rings Of Saturn have announce a worldwide record deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band, which is on the Coffin Dragger tour currently with Thy Art Is Murder headlining, is also going out on a headline tour after that with Lorna Shore and The Browning supporting. You can view a video and statement from the band below.
Dark Sermon has announced the dates of their upcoming U.S. headline tour featuring special guest Exalt. Dark Sermon will be touring in support of their latest record “The Oracle” (eOne Music) which is available now on iTunes. The band is currently on tour with Thy Art Is Murder, Rings Of Saturn, & Fit For An Autopsy (The Coffin Dragger Tour) with the headlne tour kicking off on July 5th in Atlanta, Georgia working it’s way throughout the U.S. wrapping up on July 30th in Orlando, Florida.
Dark Sermon has announced the dates of their upcoming U.S. tour with Thy Art Is Murder, Rings Of Saturn, and Fit For An Autopsy (The Coffin Dragger Tour). Dark Sermon will be touring in support of their latest record “The Oracle” (eOne Music) which is available now on iTunes. The tour kicks off on April 6th in Tucson, Arizona and works its way throughout the U.S. wrapping up on May 19th in Worcester, Massachusetts.
We’ve been wanting to tour with Thy Art for a few years now, and I even have one of their shirts from back in the day. Rings of Saturn and Fit For An Autopsy are both incredibly awesome bands as well, so we couldn’t be happier about the lineup. – Johnny CrowderContinue reading →