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The disgruntled relationship shared by Between The Buried And Me and their former label Victory Records will likely prevent any proper tenth anniversary celebrations of the bands “Alaska” album. That album will turn ten on September 06th, 2015. A fan asked the group during their Reddit AMA today, September 23rd, whether there would be a tenth anniversary remaster/re-release. Frontman Tommy Rogers replied:

“I doubt Victory records would let us know do anything like that… fun stuff”

When the topic switched to the groups new album, which they have begun writing, bassist Dan Briggs offered:

“we’re writing a big gnarly conceptual work of music. reference “the wall”, “scenes from a memory”, “quadrophenia”.”

Briggs also gave an update on the next release from one of his other projects, Orbs:

orbs 7″ with two new songs out in a month or so! the LP is finishing being mixed and will be out in 2015.”

Next up from the band is the September 30th release of their new Blu-ray/DVD effort, “Future Sequence: Live At The Fidelitorium“.

Eyehategod Announce More Live Shows For November

Eyehategod‘s immediate touring plans have expanded with a new leg of dates being booked for November 12th onwards. Here’s how the bands itinerary currently looks:

10/02 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
10/03 Orlando, FL – Backbooth
10/04 Miami, FL – Churchills
1026 Austin, TX – Emos (‘Housecore Horror Film Festival‘)

With Powertrip & Iron Reagan:

10/29 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
10/30 Portland, OR – Bosonova Theater
10/31 Sacramento, CA – Starlite Lounge
11/01 Oakland, CA – Metro (feat. Today Is The Day)
11/02 Santa Ana, CA – Observatory (feat. Today Is The Day)
11/03 Los Angeles, CA – Los Globos
11/04 Santa Cruz, CA – Catalyst
11/05 Ventura, CA – The Garage

With Today Is The Day:

11/06 Las Vegas NV – Dive Bar
11/07 San Diego – Soda Bar
11/08 Phoenix AZ – Club Red
11/09 Albuquerque NM – Launchpad

Eyehategod:

11/12 Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
11/13 Memphis, TN – Hi Tone
11/15 Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge
11/16 Mishawaka, IN – Smiths
11/20 Dallas, TX – Double Wide
11/21 Houston, TX – Fitzgeralds (feat. Pig Destroyer)
11/22 New Orleans, LA – One Eyed Jacks (feat. Pig Destroyer)

Betraying The Martyrs have announced a brief November North American tour with Reflections and Invent, Animate:

11/09 Indianapolis, IN – Emerson Theater
11/11 Ottawa, ON – Mavericks
11/12 Quebec City, QC – L’Agitee
11/13 Montreal, QC – La Sala Rossa
11/14 Toronto, ON – Hard Luck Bar
11/15 London, ON – London Music Hall
11/16 Grand Rapids, MI – The Stache
11/17 Newport, KY – Thompson House
11/18 Knoxville, TN – The Concourse
11/20 Nashville, TN – The End

Slayer Members To Be Immortalized As ‘Rock Iconz’ Statues

Knucklebonz are readying three Slayer statues for a release late this year. Guitarist Kerry King, frontman/bassist Tom Araya and late guitarist Jeff Hanneman have all been immortalized for the ‘Rock Iconz’ line and can be picked up for $125 a piece at Knucklebonz.com. You can take a look at each statue below:

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A new teaser for Between The Buried And Me frontman Tommy Rogers‘ sophomore bow as Thomas Giles has made its way to the web. You can check out the song “Noise Upon” from the outing being played in the studio below. Release details for Giles‘ new album, “Modern Noise“, are currently being finalized.
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Clutch have announced a new US tour with Torche and Lionize:

12/27 Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
12/28 Cleveland, OH – HOB
12/29 Sayreville, NJ – Starland
12/30 Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
01/03 Atlanta, GA – Center Stage
01/04 Buena Vista, FL – HOB
01/06 New Orleans, LA – HOB
01/07 Houston, TX – HOB
01/08 Dallas, TX – HOB
01/09 Tulsa, OK – Cain’s
01/10 Austin, TX – Emo’s

Meanwhile, ‘Game Of Thrones‘ fans may recognize the following attendee of Torche‘s show this past Sunday, September 21st, at 97 Estoria in Atlanta, GA:
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The first episode of Noisey‘s “NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou” series has been launched below. The seven-part series examines the New Orleans, LA metal scene and features interviews with with Philip H Anselmo (Down, etc.), Pepper Keenan (Down, etc.), Kirk Windstein (Crowbar), Mike “IX” Williams (Eyehategod) and more.
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Four Songs Streaming From Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross’ “Gone Girl” Score

Having temporarily crippled the Nine Inch Nails‘ website with a recent preview, the bands mastermind Trent Reznor has now begun streaming four songs from his “Gone Girl” score. Reznor of course again collaborated with his How To Destroy Angels bandmate Atticus Ross on that score, which itself will be released on September 30th. For now you can hear four songs from the soundtrack below.

Pre-orders for the soundtrack can be found here. The David Fincher directed film itself is due to open in theaters on October 03rd.
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As rumored, Job For A Cowboy‘s new album will indeed be called “Sun Eater” and is set for a November 11th release date on Metal Blade. Below you can check out the cover art for the release as well as a stream of the track “Sun Of Nihility“. Intronaut drummer Danny Walker handling the studio drumming for the opus, which will run as follows:

01 – “Eating The Visions Of God
02 – “Sun Of Nihility
03 – “The Stone Cross
04 – “The Synthetic Sea
05 – “A Global Shift
06 – “The Celestial Antidote
07 – “Encircled By Mirrors
08 – “Buried Monuments
09 – “Worming Nightfall

Pre-orders for the album are currently available here. click here for the stream & cover art…