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New Dates Revealed For Volbeat, HELLYEAH & Iced Earth Tour

Numerous dates have been added to Volbeat‘s forthcoming North American headlining run with HELLYEAH as direct support and Iced Earth set to open. The schedule now runs as follows:

06/18 Toronto, ON – Kool Haus
06/19 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
06/21 Boston, MA – House of Blues
06/22 Huntington, NY – Paramount Theatre
06/23 Clifton Park, NY – Northern Lights
06/26 St. Paul, MN – Myth
06/27 Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
06/29 Weyburn, SK – Crescent Point Place
06/30 Gibbons, AB – Boonstock Festival
07/02 Billings, MT – Shrine Auditorium
07/03 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
07/05 Kennewick, WA – Toyota Ice Arena
07/06 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
07/07 Reno, NV – Knitting Factory
07/08 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
07/10 Anaheim, CA – The Grove
07/11 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
07/12 Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues
07/13 Salt Lake City, UT – Saltair Pavilion
07/15 Colorado Springs, CO – Colorado Springs City Auditorium
07/16 Omaha, NE – Sokol Auditorium (no HELLYEAH)
07/18 Stroudsburg, PA – Sherman Theatre
07/19 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live

Ever one for hijinks, Periphery have released the following statement regarding the title of their newly-announced album (out July 03rd):

“Just to be clear to all our Peripherals:
The album is officially called Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal.
We decided to keep the cover title free, but in the booklet that is the official name.
The forces that be felt that it would be iffy marketing it as that, so press releases and such won’t reflect that, so please do us a favor and make sure whenever you refer to the album to refer to it as:
Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal
Every time you don’t a shitty 80′s action movie sequel is forgotten about forever…”

Suffokate: “We Are Not Going Anywhere”

Suffokate have reaffirmed their plans to continue on in the wake of the departure of their vocalist Ricky Hoover. This month saw the band continue to work on material for their next album; while also beginning the process of auditioning new vocalists. A newly-posted tweet from the band confirms they are still moving ahead, stating “Stay tuned. We are not going anywhere.”

Terror, Brutality Will Prevail & Broken Teeth Book October UK/Ireland Tour

Terror, Brutality Will Prevail and Broken Teeth will link up in October for the following run of the UK and Ireland:

10/17 Dublin, IRE – Whelans
10/18 London, UK – Underworld
10/19 Coventry, UK – Kasbah
10/20 Norwich, UK – Waterfront
10/21 Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms
10/22 Leeds, UK – Brudehell Social Club
10/23 Glasgow, UK – Ivory Blacks
10/24 Wrexham, UK – Central Station
10/25 Manchester, UK – Moho Live
10/26 Cardiff, UK – CF10
10/27 Bristol, UK – The Fleece
10/28 Plymouth, UK – White Rabbit
10/29 Southampton, UK – Joiners
10/30 Andover, UK – The George
10/31 Tunbridge Wells, UK – The Forum

Touche Amore Readying BBC Radio 1 Sessions 7″

Touche Amore have a new 7″ by the name of “Live On BBC Radio 1” due out on Deathwish Inc. in the near future. As the title suggests, the effort captures a session the band tracked in late 2011 for BBC Radio 1‘s “The Punk Show“. You can check out “Home Away From Here” from the effort below:

The Contortionist Unveil Track Listing, Etc. For New Album “Intrinsic”

The Contortionist have selected “Intrinsic” to serve as the title to their new album. It was produced and recorded by Dååth‘s Eyal Levi and Jason Suecof (Trivium, DevilDriver). A July 17th release date through Good Fight Music/eOne Music has been slated for it; with the track listing to run as follows:

01 – “Holomovement
02 – “Feedback Loop
03 – “Causality
04 – “Sequential Vision
05 – “Geocentric Confusion
06 – “Dreaming Schematics
07 – “Anatomy Anomalies
08 – “Cortical
09 – “Solipsis
10 – “Parallel Trance

A low resolution preview of the cover art can be seen on the groups Facebook.

Trash Talk Sign With Odd Future Records

Trash Talk will release their new album “119” this fall through a new partnership between their own Trash Talk Collective label and Odd Future Records. A colorful statement from Odd Future‘s L-Boy on the signing can be found below:

“So them muthafu***** ova at Odd Future records done signed a fu***** group of crackas and ni**** in a hardcore punk band called Trash Talk. I mean it makes sense since Odd Future fans is them white ni**** anyway. Trash Talk is supposed to be releasing they album called “119? or some sh** thru they Trash Talk Collective Label in the fall.. don’t ask me what the f*** that means cuz I don’t fu***** kno. I asked Tyler’s trick ass what he thought about that sh** and I really didn’t give a f*** so I’m not gone put that sh** on here. Them Trash Talk ni**** is currently over in Europe with them musty muthaf******.

If you give a f*** about they sh**t then listen to them ni**** EP on iTunes called Awake or watch the fuckin video ni***.”

Periphery‘s new album has been given the title of “Periphery II“. It will see a July 03rd release date through Sumerian Records with guitarist Misha Mansoor offering:

“We are very happy to announce the full track listing and show you guys the artwork for our sophomore release. We put so much hard work and time into this album and we thank all of you for your continued support and patience. The album clocks in at sixty-nine minutes exactly and has tons of brand new material, so I assure you it is well worth the wait. Make sure to keep on the lookout for the first track which we will be releasing in the coming weeks.”

The track listing for the outing can be found below while the artwork can be seen in the promo video at the bottom of the post. Pre-orders on the other hand have been launched at

01 – “Muramasa
02 – “Have A Blast” (feat. Guthrie Govan)
03 – “Facepalm Mute
04 – “Ji
05 – “Scarlet
06 – “Luck As A Constant
07 – “Ragnarok
08 – “The Gods Must Be Crazy!
10 – “Erised” (feat. John Petrucci of Dream Theater)
11 – “Epoch
12 – “Froggin’ Bullfish
13 – “Mile Zero” (feat. Wes Hauch of The Faceless)
14 – “Masamune

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