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Bring Me The Horizon Perform New Track Live In The UK, Footage Available

Bring Me The Horizon have performed a new track thought to be from their upcoming album “Sempiternal” during some live shows this past week. Fan-filmed footage of that can be seen below. The band have been in the studio recently tracking the new effort with producer Terry Date (Deftones, Pantera).


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Glass Cloud Involved In Van Accident While On Tour

Glass Cloud (ex-Of Mice & Men/The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza) were involved in a van accident while on tour last night. Apparently all members of the band made it out of the crash without any major injury. They tweeted the following on the situation earlier today:

“Seriously, THANK YOU for all of the support & love in this crazy snowy disaster. We def need this positive energy sent our way. Love you all”

Some photos from of the crash have also made their way online and can be seen below:
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Converge Play “Charlie Brown” Theme Song In Dallas, TX

Technical difficulties saw Converge bust out an impromptu cover of the Vince Guaraldi‘s “Linus And Lucy” (aka the theme form “Peanuts“/”Charlie Brown“) during their November 01st set at Club Dada in Dallas, Texas. You can watch footage of that below:

The Bronx Reveal Details For New Album

The track listing and cover art has been unveiled for The Bronx‘s new album “The Bronx (IV)“. Here’s how the album, which is due out February 05th in North America, will shape up:

01 – “The Unholy Hand
02 – “Along For The Ride
03 – “Style Over Everything
04 – “Youth Wasted
05 – “Too Many Devils
06 – “Pilot Light
07 – “Torches
08 – “Under The Rabbit
09 – “Ribcage
10 – “Valley Heat
11 – “Life Less Ordinary
12 – “Last Revelation

The cover art can be seen over at the pre-order page for the release. Also currently available through that site is a 7″ for the new album track “Ribcage“. It comes with a bonus non-album song titled “Into The Black” as a b-side.

Love And Death (Ex-Korn) Filming New Music Video, Delay Album Release

Love And Death are filming a music video for their track “The Abandoning” today, November 11th, with Underoath drummer Daniel Davison directing. The group, who feature ex-Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, will now release their new full-length album “Between Here And Lost” through Tooth & Nail on January 22nd.

Those unfamiliar with the bands aforementioned new single can hear it at this location.

Kingdom Of Sorrow Confirm Touring Lineup For “Soundwave Festival”

Kingdom Of Sorrow have confirmed their live lineup for their “Soundwave Festival” appearances early next year. Alongside the groups core duo of vocalist Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed, Jasta) and guitarist/vocalist Kirk Windstein (Down, Crowbar) will be the following musicians:

Guitars – Charlie Bellmore
Bass – Chris Beaudette
Drums – Nick Bellmore

3 Inches Of Blood Release “Storming Juno” Lyric Video

3 Inches Of Blood have posted the following lyric video for their track “Storming Juno” online below. According to vocalist Cam Pipes:

Storming Juno is a tribute to the soldiers of the Canadian armed forces that got the first foothold for the allies on D-Day during World War II. Every November 11 we remember all who served, some who made the ultimate sacrifice, in service to their country. Releasing this lyric video is our way of acknowledging those who served our country and how proud we are of the significant contribution Canada had in fighting tyranny all those years ago.”

Deftones’ Chino Moreno Shares Insight On Being A Musician

Deftones frontman Chino Moreno recently shared some lessons he’s learned about being a musician throughout his career with Spin. You can find an excerpt from the feature below, with the full article available at the above-mentioned link.

The Deftones will release their new album “Koi No Yokan” this coming Tuesday, November 13th.

Time is money.
That’s one of the biggest things we’ve learned. We recorded our last record, Diamond Eyes, pretty fast. I think we spent six months from writing it to recording it. Our whole work ethic changed at that point. Not dragging things out and really capturing a moment in time is a great way to make a record.

We did a couple of records before that — Saturday Night Wrist and the self-titled record — both of those took a couple of years. Taking that long just is not a good work ethic. We’d have an idea, a riff, and it would be tweaked and mangled and months and years later, after enough things are added to it, you kind of lose the sense of what it was you were trying to do. Capturing the essence of what the idea was in the first place is very important.

You realize that the more of yourself you put into the music, and the better you communicate, the better the music is.
The catalyst for that realization was really when Chi had his accident. Sadly, that was the thing that woke us up and got us on track. The way we were making records didn’t work. Well, it would work, but it wasn’t in a healthy way. It was so disconnected. So when Chi‘s accident happened it really put everything in perspective — not just with us as a band, but in life.

It gave us an appreciation for having the opportunity to make music that was somewhat relevant. It got everybody focused. I don’t want to say we started taking things more seriously, but it made us understand that we have the opportunity to do the thing we love. Everybody reconnected and got on the same page and making records became this kind of communal thing. It had seemed like we were piecing things together and it would work in the end, but, like anything in life, what you put into it is pretty much what you get out of it. So now we put more into it…”

Bam Margera Touring With Members Of CKY

Jackass“, etc. star Bam Margera is out on the road with members of CKY backing him. Among those from the group onstage with him are his brother Jess Margera, plus Chad I Ginsburg & Matty J. The collective are apparently touring under the name of Bam‘s alter ego, Fuckface Unstoppable.

Remaining dates for the run include:

11/09 Portland, ME – Asylum
11/10 Lawrence, MA – Claddagh Bar
11/11 Manchester, NH – Expo Center-Radisson