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Lest you had some doubts about the upcoming “Trespass America Festival” merely being a one-off,┬ámore dates┬áhave emerged online for the tour. The trek will feature Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, Trivium, Pop Evil, Emmure, God Forbid and Battlecross; and in addition to the already pulled Nashville, TN date that…

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Prong have a new music video for their track “Revenge…Best Served Cold” available for viewing at Noisecreep. The band shot the video with director Scott Hansen (Whitechapel, Unearth). The group are due to release their new album “Carved Into Stone” tomorrow, April 24th, through Long Branch Records.

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The Sword recently touched town at Emo’s East in Austin, TX to road test some new material for their upcoming album. Some footage from the show, which took place this past Saturday, April 21st, can be found below. Recording sessions for the bands next album are expected to commence in…

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Call Me No One, the new outfit featuring Sevendust‘s Clint Lowery and Morgan Rose, have released a preview of their new album title track, “Last Parade” below. “Last Parade” is due in stores June 05th.

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The Black Dahlia Murder have officially welcomed bassist Max Lavelle (ex-Despised Icon/Burn In Silence, etc.) to their lineup. They announced his full-time addition to the band during their recent “New England Metal And Hardcore Festival” set, with footage available via Tumblr.

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Poison The Well look to have something in the works. A recent update over at their Facebook reads “News coming soon.” While nothing official was stated, there are apparently reissues of some of the bands earlier Trustkill recordings in the works. The new reissues are expected to be the end…

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Gizmachi have started a Kickstarter campaign to help finish recording what they are calling “2012’s “Album Of The Year”. Unlike fellow M. Shawn Crahan associates Dirtfedd however, they don’t look to be planning to record the effort on the moon.