TMP: Dying Fetus, Eluveitie, The Atlas Moth, and More!
I don’t know about the rest of you, but the Northeast is in the midst of a heatwave and I’m far sweatier than I should be after typing a few words for your amusement.
There was a time where I may have attended a Summer Slaughter Tour, this year is not one of those years. What’s the betting line on The Faceless dropping out?
The Wrong Tour to Fuck With is taking its alpha male themed tour to Europe.
Pallbearer has a pretty massive tour lined up.
Bison released yet another song, let’s get sludgy.
I can’t make another Faceless joke, so here’s a new song.
Eluveitie released a new song.
- Steven Wilson released a third song. I think I like this one best, but still not as pumped as I’d like to be for the new album.
- Entheos signed with Spinefarm Records, so one would assume a second LP is coming soon.
- The Atlas Moth signed with Prosthetic Records and started recording new album.
- Nachtmystium is planning on a September release for their next album.
- I haven’t had a chance to listen to the interview, but Devin Townsend is apparently working with an orchestra and writing “soft rock” songs.
- Chris Barnes did some voice acting for an animated series.
- Head over to Metal Injection to hear Spirit Adrift’s rendition of “Man of Constant Sorrow”. The only thing wrong with this release is the split is only two songs.
- Sumac is planning to record a new album this year.
- Long-time guitarist and vocalist for Leprous, Øystein Landsverk, left the band amicably.
- Every Time I Die has a bunch of Canadian and a few US dates with Knocked Loose.
- Mutoid Man released a new video. Check out their new album if you haven’t already. It’s very good.
- A cloud a smoke is following this Weedeater and Black Wizard tour.
- Texas thrash band Warbeast released some details of their next album after the announcement of their vocalist’s esophageal cancer diagnosis.
- Testament, Annihilator, and Death Angel announced a European tour.
- Necrophobic is releasing a two-song EP in August.
- Peter Tagtgren’s Pain project is touring the US for the first time.