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Love And Death (Ex-Korn) Officially Sign With Tooth & Nail Records

As expected, Love And Death, who feature ex-Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, have officially signed with Tooth & Nail/EMI. Welch recently tweeted this photo of himself signing the contracts, later offering:

“This is the contract signing for Love & Death w/Tooth & Nail/EMI. Not signing w/KoRn. Maybe somethin w/KoRn in 10 yrs, who knows.”

A tentative November 06th release date is in the cards for the bands new album.

Limp Bizkit To Return To The Studio In October, Confirm New Single

According to Limp Bizkit vocalist Fred Durst, the band will “dive into finishing” their forthcoming album “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants” on October 01st. Durst also revealed that last week’s video shoot was for the bands new single “Pain“. He mentioned that a meeting will take place this coming Monday, September 17th, to finalize the release date for it.

More Details Revealed For Shadows Fall, God Forbid, Etc. Tour

Shadows Fall, God Forbid, Thy Will Be Done and Trumpet The Harlot will make up the bill for the coming “Party To The Apocalypse 2012 Tour“. Initial dates for the trek to leak out include:

10/12 Worcester, MA – Palladium (“Rock N Shock“) (no Thy Will Be Done/Trumpet The Harlot)
10/18 Des Moines, IA – People’s Court
10/20 Detroit, MI – Harpos
11/10 Spartanburg, SC – GroundZero
11/11 Jacksonville, FL – Brewsters Roc Bar

Expect an official announcement shortly.

Fan-filmed live footage of Vision Of Disorder‘s intimate show at The Underworld in London, England last night (September 14th) can be seen below. As previously reported, the band filmed a music video for their next single during the set.

The group will release their new album “The Cursed Remain Cursed” this coming Tuesday, September 18th, on Candlelight Music.

The lineup for this years “Unsilent Night Music Festival” is nearly complete. The fifth annual event will take place at Centennial Hall at Fair Park in Dallas, TX on December 01st. Here’s how the roster for the festival looks thus far:

Main Stage 1:

Headliner TBA
For Today
Every Time I Die
Upon A Burning Body
Veil Of Maya
The Acacia Strain
The Chariot
Mychildren Mybride
Power Trip
Even Cameras Lie
Kills And Thrills
Wolves At The Gate
Through Arteries

Main Stage 2:

Steve Aoki
Big Chocolate
Mod Sun
Blood On The Dance Floor
Tommy Noble
The Hi-Yahs
Power Strangers
Feature Cuts

A lineup for the side stage has yet to be revealed. More details on the festival can be found over at

Thrice Streaming Live Rendition Of “Anthology”

Thrice are streaming the title track to their coming live set “Anthology“. That effort is presently slated for an October 30th release date with the stream available below. It features two discs worth of live performances captured during the groups farewell tour earlier this year.

H.I.M. Release New Digital Single, Begin Work On New Album

H.I.M.‘s cover of ‘s “Strange World” had its release date bumped forward and is now available for purchase as a digital single through leading digital retailers. The song appears on the groups “XX – Two Decades Of Love Metal” collection, which is set for a November 06th North American release.

Currently the band are in the studio recording their new album “Tears On Tape“. The group are once again working with producer Hiili Hiilesmaa on the release with Tim Palmer (The Cure, Pearl Jam) tapped to mix. An early 2013 release date is in the cards.

The Sword Release Two Trailers For “Apocryphon”

The Sword have released the below trailer for their new album “Apocryphon“. The group will release the album on October 22nd. Also available after the break is a preview of the new album track “Arcane Montane“. It accompanies footage of the creation of the hand numbered Triptych lithograph posters included in the limited edition version of the new album.

click here for more footage…

Attika 7 Confirm October West Coast Tour

Attika 7 (ex-Biohazard, etc.) have confirmed the following October West Coast run:

10/06 Ramona, CA – Ramona Mainstage
10/10 Fullerton, CA – Slide Bar
10/11 San Jose, CA – Rodeo Club
10/12 Fresno, CA – Babylon
10/13 Hollywood, CA – Key Club

We Came As Romans guitarist Joshua Moore isn’t a fan of the Kickstarter trend of having fans fund a bands music. Venting on the subject earlier today (September 14th) via his Twitter, he offered:

“When my band was broke and wanted to record an EP, I went and got a job and put almost all of the money I earned towards it. Making sacrifices and having NO money was part of trying get somewhere in the industry. My tour friends and I have all been there before. Sorry for the rant. But I just don’t get it. I’m not saying I’m better than anyone else, and I’m not trying to speak for anyone else. But at least I know we never took the easy route, and did a majority of it with empty pockets but full of pride in what we were doing. No I’m not subtweeting any band. If I had an issue with a specific band or person, I wouldn’t put that on twitter. It’s just the idea of it.”