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Parkway Drive will be missing four shows of their North American tour with Bring Me The Horizon, Architects, Deez Nuts, Of Legends (08/31 – 09/17) and On Broken Wings (09/19 – 10/04).

Speaking on the matter, the band offered the following statement:

“Due to circumstances beyond our control, Parkway Drive will miss the San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland dates of the US tour with Bring Me The Horizon, sorry for any inconvenience.”

Dates the band will miss can be found below, while Suicide Silence will replace the group at the November 02nd Los Angeles, CA stop.

09/01 San Diego, CA – House Of Blues
09/02 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
09/03 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
09/05 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater

Deluxe Edition Of Death’s “Individual Thought Patterns” Due In October

Relapse will continue their onslaught of Death reissues in October. Due out through the label on October 25th is an expanded reissue of Death‘s 1993 outing “Individual Thought Patterns“. Sporting a new mix job done by Alan Douches and new packaging, the revised effort will be released as a deluxe 3-CD set (also available digitally) and as a 2-CD standard edition.

The track listing for the release can be found below:

Disc 1:

01 – “Overactive Imagination
02 – “In Human Form
03 – “Jealousy
04 – “Trapped In A Corner
05 – “Nothing Is Everything
06 – “Mentally Blind
07 – “Individual Thought Patterns
08 – “Destiny
09 – “Out Of Touch
10 – “The Philosopher

Disc 2:

Live In Germany – April 13th, 1993“:

01 – “Leprosy
02 – “Suicide Machine
03 – “Living Monstrosity
04 – “Overactive Imagination
05 – “Flattening Of Emotions
06 – “Within The Mind
07 – “In Human Form
08 – “Lack Of Comprehension
09 – “Trapped In A Corner
10 – “Zombie Ritual

Individual Thought Patterns – Studio Outtake“:

11 – “The Exorcist

Disc 3:

Four Track Demos – Chuck & Gene – December 1992“:

01 – “Overactive Imagination
02 – “In Human Form
03 – “The Philosopher
04 – “Trapped In A Corner
05 – “Individual Thought Patterns
06 – “Jealousy
07 – “Nothing Is Everything
08 – “Destiny
09 – “Mentally Blind
10 – “Out Of Touch

Individual Thought Patterns – Chuck’s Riff Tape – 1992“:

11 – “In Human Form
12 – “The Philosopher
13 – “Trapped In A Corner

Times Of Grace/The Empire Shall Fall Frontman Working On Solo Album

Times Of Grace/The Empire Shall Fall frontman Jesse Leach will begin demoing material for his new solo project this week. Speaking through Facebook, Leach offered:

“Looks like I am beginning the demo process for my solo record this week. This will be a whole new realm of material and style. No aggressive music, no yelling or screaming just me being who I am on my own. Here goes nothing!”

Fu Manchu will be playing their 1996 album “In Search Of…” in its entirety live during their forthcoming November tour. The trek will celebrate the 15th anniversary of the release with dates set to run as follows:

11/01 Oakland, CA – The New Parish
11/04 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
11/07 Chicago, IL – Double Door
11/09 Cleveland, OH – The Grog Shop
11/10 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
11/11 Toronto, ON – The Horseshoe Tavern
11/12 Montreal, QC – Les Foufounes Electriques
11/14 Cambridge, MA – The Middle East
11/15 New York, NY – Santo’s Party House
11/16 West Chester, PA – The Note
11/17 Washington, DC – Black Cat
11/20 Austin, TX – Red 7

Like Moths To Flames have set a November 08th release date for their forthcoming full-length effort. In addition to that, the band have been forced to drop off of the “Ignitour” (Ice Nine Kills, An Early Ending, etc.) as a result of personnel changes and hurricane Irene.

The group issued the following statement on the matter:

“Due to the departure of our bass player, Aaron Douglas, combined with a delay in the studio completion due to Hurricane Irene, we regret to inform everyone that we will have to drop off the upcoming INGNITOUR with Ice Nine Kills and An Early Ending. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, but without a solid lineup, we don’t want to disservice our fans in any capacity.

We are going to finish up at the studio, head home and prepare for our two upcoming fall tours: Close Your Eyes/The Color Morale tour and then Thrash and Burn. We’re super stoked on how our record is turning out and can’t wait for you guys to hear it. We’re working on a plan to release a few tracks prior to our November 8th release date”

As you read above, or maybe you didn’t, the band have parted ways with their bassist Aaron Douglas. In turn Eli Ford (ex-My Ticket Home) will join the group on guitars, while Aaron Evans will step down from guitars and move over to bass. How cruel of them, didn’t they realize Ethan White is still looking for a new gig?

The Contortionist To Tour Australia In November

The Contortionist will embark on an Australian headlining tour in November with The Storm Picturesque in tow. Dates for that can be found below. As previously reported, The Contortionist will be issuing a vinyl picture disc pressing of their latest album “Expolanet” through Good Fight Music on September 13th.

11/09 Nambour, AUS – Blackbox Theatre
11/10 Brisbane, AUS – Sun Distortion
11/10 Brisbane, AUS – Boys And Girls (late show)
11/11 Gold Coast, AUS – Shed 5
11/12 Blacktown, AUS – Blacktown Masonic Hall
11/12 Sydney, AUS – Venom (late show)
11/13 Wyong, AUS – Oasis Youth Centre
11/16 Ballarat, AUS – Karova Lounge
11/17 Melbourne, AUS – Next
11/18 Adelaide, AUS – The Underground
11/19 Footscray, AUS – Phoenix Youth Centre
11/20 Geelong, AUS – The Nash
11/20 Geelong, AUS – The Nash (late show)

New Details Available For Machine Head’s “Unto The Locust”

Stoked Machine Head‘s forthcoming new album “Unto The Locust“? Then read on as there are new details aplenty to be found in the newly-released bio for the effort, which is due out through Roadrunner on September 27th:

“And so it begins… 18 tracks of a capella vocals sung by guitarist and lead vocalist Robb Flynn to a haunting, somber melody sung completely in Latin. The words he’s singing? “Sangre Sani” (Blood Saint), “Bellator Inferni” (Warrior of Fire), “Caede” (Murder), “Edemarde” (Suicide) and ending with the whispered “death,” accentuating part one of a three-movement Sonata in C# entitled “I Am Hell.”

The narrative within the language is goosebump-worthy subject matter: the tale of a female arsonist is played out in three movements after fellow shredder-in-arms, lead guitarist Phil Demmel suggested writing a song about an arsonist to Flynn. As Flynn would discover in his research, “female arsonists are considered the monsters of the psychological field, because where man commits horrible acts out of anger or for control or domination, when a woman does so, the only explanation for this incomprehensible behavior… is love.”

As the eight-minute-plus opener fades out to the sounds of dual-classical guitar and cello one thing is very clear: Machine Head have every intention of carving their own path, marching forward with little concern for what other bands within their genre might be doing. With their seventh album Unto the Locust, Machine Head have fans and critics from around the globe swarming around them to witness the game-changing aural destruction that they are set to unleash.
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This Is Hell Streaming New Song “Black Mass”

This Is Hell have begun streaming the title track for their new album “Black Mass” online through You can also check out the track below. Speaking on “Black Mass“, which Rise Records will issue on October 11th, band guitarist Rick Jimenez offered:

“The new album takes the crossover and metal influences from last album to much greater extremes and the end product was Black Mass, by far the heaviest and thrashiest songs we’ve written and recorded”

The track listing for “Black Mass” can be found below:

01 – “Acid Rain
02 – “Black History
03 – “Salt The Earth
04 – “Black Mass
05 – “The Wars: Part I
06 – “Mi Nombre
07 – “The Last Outlaw
08 – “Demons
09 – “The Reckoning
10 – “The Wars: Part II

I Declare War have a new music video for their track “Misery Cloud” in the works. The song is expected to serve as the first single from their upcoming self-titled album. The track listing for that album, which is due out October 11th through Artery Recordings, can be found below:

01 – “I, Tormenter
02 – “Misery Cloud
03 – “Human Waste
04 – “March On
05 – “The Dot
06 – “Final Hour
07 – “Clear Head
08 – “Pale Skin
09 – “Pillow Talk
10 – “Weak Minds
11 – “Nightfall” (iTunes exclusive)