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No Machine (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Etc.) Debut New Music Video

No Machine—who are anchored by The Dillinger Escape Plan drummer Billy Rymer—have debuted the music video for their eponymous new track below. A free digital download of the song is also available here. Director Mitch Massie (Cattle Decapitation, Retox) oversaw the video. A debut EP from the outfit titled “Volume One” should be arriving soon.
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Unearth Perform New Song Live In Ottawa, ON (Updated)

Fan-filmed live footage of Unearth performing what appears to be a new song in Ottawa, Ontario this past Tuesday, April 15th, can be seen below. The band have a new album recorded for a release later this year and will likely be releasing it in the next few months after they celebrate the 10th anniversary of “The Oncoming Storm” with this tour.

Update – April 19th 5:39pm:

More footage has now been posted.

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Cattle Decapitation Announce Summer European Tour

Cattle Decapitation have announced a summer European tour that will see them joined by Possessed on numerous dates:

07/18 Trutnov-Battlefield, CZE – Obscene Extreme
07/19 Mittelsinn, GER – Grindtastic Open Air
07/20 Bratislava, SLO – Randall
07/21 Innsbruck, AUT – PMK (feat. Possessed)
07/22 Vienna, AUT – Arena (feat. Possessed)
07/23 Tolmin, SLO – Metaldays
07/24 Milano, ITA – Magnolia Open Air (feat. Possessed)
07/25 Tannheim, GER – Schwarzer Adler (feat. Possessed)
07/26 Steenwijk, NET – Stonehenge Festival
07/27 Oberhausen, GER – Helvete (feat. Possessed)
07/28 London, UK – The Garage (feat. Possessed)
07/29 Cologne, GER – Underground
07/30 Belgium – TBA (feat. Possessed)
07/31 France – TBA (feat. Possessed)
08/01 Erfurt, GER – Club From Hell (feat. Possessed)
08/02 Aalen, GER – Rock It (feat. Possessed)
08/03 Moormerland, GER – Phönix (feat. Possessed)
08/04 Copenhagen, DEN – Pumpehuset (feat. Possessed)
08/05 Oslo, NOR – Oya Festival
08/06 Esbjerg, DEN – Konfus
08/07 Gävle, SWE – Getaway Rock Fest
08/08 Alicante, SPA – Leyendas Del Rock

Prong Streaming New Album “Ruining Lives”

If you’ve got Spotify you can now stream Prong‘s new album “Runing Lives” online in full here. A May 13th release date in North America is set for the effort on Steamhammer/SPV. Tomorrow (April 19th) will see the band release a limited edition 7″ for the new album track “Turnover” in celebration of ‘Record Store Day‘.

Failure’s Ken Andrews Speaks On The Direction Of The Bands Next Album

Failure frontman/guitarist Ken Andrews had a chat with Noisey which touched on their legacy, their reunion and their new album. When asked how all the changes in their lives since their last release, 1996′s “Fantastic Planet“, might affect the new album, Andrews replied:

“…As an artist that’s a huge fear, that you’ll lose that spark, whatever it was that made your collaboration with your bandmates cool. That’s what we’re trying to accomplish, to come up with something that’s the next evolution in our albums, without going off track too far.

And you know, to use all the experiences we’ve had since our last record, and to use them. It’s kind of interesting, We’re just at the beginning of it now, so it’s hard to tell where its going to go. But there’s already enough diversity in the material, that it’s gonna feel as ambitious as Fantastic Planet in terms of different types of songs on that album.”

The band will soon be out on this headlining North American Tour.

Finch’s “Say Hello To Sunshine” To Arrive On Vinyl In June

Finch‘s 2005 release “Say Hello To Sunshine” will make its debut bow on vinyl on June 10th via ShopRadioCast. The outing has been remastered for the format and will be pressed on 180 gram yellow (500 copies) and 180 gram blue vinyl (1,000 copies). Two bonus tracks “Gak 2” and “Spanish Fly” will be featured on the 2xLP set, which you can pre-order here.

The Dillinger Escape Plan Bassist Liam Wilson Reviews Winger’s New Album

The Dillinger Escape Plan bassist Liam Wilson took on the task of reviewing the new Winger album “Better Days Comin’” for An excerpt from that can be found below:

Winger? The Winger whose battleship Mike Judge almost single-handedly sunk with Beavis and Butthead’s nerdy neighbor Stewart’s self-flagellating choice of t-shirt? The Winger whose frontman’s visage was strafed with darts by Lars Ulrich in Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” video? Yes, that Winger. Maybe I’m showing my age here, but I can recall a time before all that when a hair-sprayed form of androgynous “metal” ruled the airwaves. Winger were considered pretty impressive and even catchy by my school cafeteria table’s standards; guitar icon Reb Beach’s scorching neo-classical shred and drummer Rod Morgenstein’s arrhythmic rock pocket just narrowly eclipsed the Casanova-ness of Kip Winger’s bass-wielding ballet moves.

As a pre-tween, I fondly recall waiting for their 1988 self-titled tape (and nine others just like it) to arrive in the mail from Columbia House, at the bargain rate of $.01. (I know some of you are probably thinking that I got ripped off.) I honestly thought my interest would have succumbed to the same fate as that well-worn and long-lost cassette, but for whatever unexplainable reason (and trust me, I’ve had to try to explain it to a lot of people who’ve heard my party playlists), my enjoyment of this not-so-guilty pleasure hasn’t really dissipated over the years; if anything, they’ve endured the test of time in much the same ways that certain harder-hitters by Ozzy or Whitesnake have…..”

Antemasque (Ex-The Mars Volta) Streaming New Track “Drown All Your Witches”

You can find a full stream of the new Antemasque (ex-The Mars Volta, etc.) track “Drown All Your Witches” online below. Those who purchase the below EP will be treated to the bands self-titled debut album for free on July 01st, two weeks ahead of its official July 15th release date.

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Autopsy Premiere New Song “Burial”

Autopsy are streaming “Burial” from their new album “Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves” online via Pitchfork. April 29th stands as the North American release date for that new offering via Peaceville.

Korn drummer Ray Luzier has paid tribute to late Korn touring guitarist Shane Gibson, who passed away earlier this week due to a blood clotting disorder. Luzier said of Gibson‘s passing via Instagram:

“Death is so strange & the timing of it is never right.. I’m still in disbelief that we lost Shane Gibson 2 days ago.. You were way too young to leave this planet.. You were one of the most talented, funniest & caring people I’ve ever known. I’m honored to have shared the stage & travel many places with you for so many years. My heart goes out to the family & friends that you’ve touched in your short life. You will truly be missed and never forgotten. RIP ENAHS”