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August Burns Red have revealed their headlining run, ‘The Frozen Flame Tour‘, for early next year. Currently the bill will feature Miss May I, Northlane, ERRA and one more as-yet unannounced opener—reportedly Fit For A King. August Burns Red themselves plan to enter the studio later this year to track a new album for a 2015 release.

01/22 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
01/23 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
01/24 Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Concert Hall
01/25 Boston, MA – House Of Blues
01/27 Quebec, QC – Imperial De Quebec
01/28 Montreal, QC – Metropolis
01/29 Ottawa, ON – Bronson Centre
01/30 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Theatre
01/31 London, ON – London Music Hall
02/01 Detroit, MI – St Andrews Hall
02/03 Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
02/04 Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
02/05 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
02/06 Minneapolis, MN – Mill City Nights
02/07 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theatre
02/09 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
02/10 Murray, UT – Murray Theatre
02/12 Edmonton, AB – Starlite Room
02/13 Calgary, AB – Macewan Ballroom
02/14 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
02/15 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
02/16 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
02/17 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
02/19 Sacramento, CA – Ace Of Spades
02/20 Pomona, CA – The Glasshouse
02/21 San Diego, CA – House Of Blues
02/22 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
02/24 San Antonio, TX – Backstage Live
02/25 Dallas, TX – House Of Blues
02/26 Houston, TX – House Of Blues
02/27 New Orleans, LA – House Of Blues
02/28 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
03/02 Orlando, FL – House Of Blues
03/03 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
03/04 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
03/05 Charlotte, NC – Amos’ Southend
03/06 Norfolk, VA – The Norva
03/07 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
03/08 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre Of Living Arts

Drummer Alex Rudinger Has Now Exited The Faceless As Well

As it turns out, bassist Evan Brewer wasn’t the only member to exit The Faceless. Shortly after announcing his departure, drummer Alex Rudinger also announced his decision to step down from the band as well:

“After much thought I’ve decided that it is time for me to leave The Faceless to pursue other projects and seek out other opportunities. I will be looking for work; I love touring, writing, and recording and plan on doing all of these things for a long time to come. I would like to thank the band, as well as every person that attended a show in the last two years. I saw a lot of places and made some great friends along the way; it was a great experience.

I’d also like to apologize to any fans that were planning on coming out to see me with the band next week at Knotfest, as well as Europe next month. I’m sure I will see you all again at some point in the future!

I wish the band the best of luck, I have no doubts they will continue onward. Thanks.”

No word yet on replacements for the pair.

Bassist Evan Brewer Exits The Faceless

Renowned bassist Evan Brewer has exited The Faceless. He announced his departure with the following statement:

“After almost four years of good times with The Faceless I’ve decided to leave the band. I just feel that it’s time for me to make this move because I want to make new music, do more teaching, and to also have availability for any musical opportunities that may arise. The Faceless is a full time band and they need members who can commit to that schedule. I would like to thank the fans of the band for embracing me and encourage them to continue their support of The Faceless.”

Erra Sign With Sumerian Records (Updated)

Sumerian Records promised to make an announcement via their Instagram at 3pm PST. Thus far the band have posted three pictures which feature the logo of Erra—who themselves teased an announcement for today as well. Given all the signs,  Erra have now officially signed with Sumerian Records.

Update – October 20th 10:45pm:

The bands signing has since officially been announced with a November 10th release set for their new EP “Moments Of Clarity“. A stream of “Dreamcatcher” from that release has been posted below with pre-orders up here and here.
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The official listing of releases planned for this years Black Friday edition of ‘Record Store Day‘ have been revealed. Here’s what’s being prepped for the metal/hard rock genres for a November 28th release:

Fantômas – “Wunderkammer” (vinyl box set) (Ipecac):
All of the bands albums on vinyl with Mike Patton‘s bonus demo cassette

Judas Priest – “5 Souls” (10″ red colored vinyl) (Epic):
01 – “Snakebite
02 – “Tears Of Blood
03 – “Creatures
04 – “Bring It On
05 – “Never Forget

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The Bloodline (Divine Heresy, Ex-Dirge Within) Wrap New Album

The Bloodline (Divine Heresy, ex-Dirge Within) have finished their debut album for new Century Media Records imprint label, Another Century. The group had the following to say of the completed outing:

“It’s Finished!!!!
Yup we have wrapped up the final mixes/mastering for the debut album and just turned into our new home aka label(Another Century).I must say this has been one amazing journey to get where we are now and can’t wait to share this body of work we have all poured our hearts into.
With all that said we should be getting a early 2015 release date via Another Century Records.We also have booked our debut show in Chicago @ the infamous Double Door on Nov 20th so we are looking forward to seeing all of the familiar and not so familiar faces out @ this special gig!!!”

While Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody‘s main focus remains the aforementioned band, his spare time is being devoted to an upcoming solo album. Moody recently spoke of that to Jamey Jasta on the latest episode of ‘The Jasta Show. During the chat Moody went on to say that the album is not yet complete, but to date hes tapped ex-Machine Head/Soulfly guitarist Logan Mader and DevilDriver drummer John Boecklin to play on the effort. A release timeframe for it remains uncertain.

BBC Radio 1 host Zane Lowe has curated a ‘rescoring’ of the soundtrack to the movie “Drive“. Bring Me The Horizon are among the artists who have written a new song for the project, which will get its airing on the radio on October 30th.

Meanwhile, Bring Me The Horizon are set to premiere their new single “Drown” tomorrow, October 21st, on Zane Lowe‘s BBC Radio 1 show. A digital single for that track is slated for a December 09th release with a music video also in the works.

The Last Ten Seconds Of Life Recording New Album

Recording sessions for The Last Ten Seconds Of Life‘s new album commenced today at Atrium Audio. Carson Slovak will produce while Grand McFarland has been tasked with engineering the effort, which will be released early next year. Guitarist Wyatt McLaughlin said of what to expect:

“We’ve worked to give the instruments their own voice on each of the new songs. There is way more groove, more riffs, and focused heaviness this time around and Storm is prepared vocally like never before. This new material builds off our previous music, but we’re taking it to new boundaries to make by far our best album yet.”

Krokodil have shared the following stream of their new song “Sun Riders“. It features a guest turn from Biffy Clyro vocalist/guitarist Simon Neil and originally appeared on Revolver. Krokodil are made up of members and alumni of SikTh, Gallows and reportedly Slipknot, among others. Their debut album “Nachash” is up for a November 11th release on Spinefarm.
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Orbs (Between The Buried And Me, Fear Before, etc.) have released a new 7″ EP titled “These People Are Animals“. Below you can stream both tracks from the effort, which was mixed by Ken Andrews of Failure. The FacelessMichael Keene also oversaw the vocal engineering on the track “Picked Apart By Time“. If you’re interested in a more tangible edition of the release, pick up a 7″ at this location.
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