Exhumed Announce 2017 Tour With Arkaik

Exhumed have announced a fall North American tour with Arkaik. The band will be out in support of their new album “Death Revenge” (out October 13).

Tour Dates:

11/15 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
11/16 Ventura, CA – The Garage
11/18 Las Vegas, NV – Beauty Bar
11/19 Flagstaff, AZ – Green Room
11/21 San Antonio, TX – Alamo City Music
11/22 Houston, TX – White Oak
11/24 Atlanta, GA – Club 529
11/25 Johnson City, TN – Hideaway
11/26 Richmond, VA – Strange Matter
11/27 Philadelphia, PA – Voltage Lounge
11/28 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
11/29 Boston, MA – Sonia’s
11/30 Albany, NY – Fuzebox
12/01 Canton, OH – Buzzbin
12/02 Detroit, MI – Pike Room
12/03 Cincinnati, OH – Northside Yacht
12/04 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
12/05 Chicago, IL – Reggies
12/06 Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
12/07 Des Moines, IA – Vaudeville Mews
12/08 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street

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Exhumed Premiere “Night Work” Music Video

Exhumed have premiered a new video for their new song “Night Work.” According to Revolver, the clip is “loosely based on the true, terrifying story of William Burke and William Hare, two Scots who went on a murder spree in the 1820s, killing 16 people and selling their corpses to anatomist Robert Knox for dissection purposes.” The song is from the band’s new album “Death Revenge,” which will be released on October 13.

The band commented:

“We are extremely stoked to present this cinematic clip that brings you deep into the world of the Death Revenge storyline. Director Jeff Sisson really outdid himself capturing the vibe and violence of the record and the concept, and this is the first video we’ve done that really fulfills the horror-movie vision we’ve always wanted to capture with our music. Spoiler alert: it’s a tale of grave-robbery, murder and madness, so sit back, turn off the lights, lock your doors and get ready to undertake some night work with us.”

Exhumed Premiere “Lifeless” Music Video

Exhumed have premiered a new video for their new song “Lifeless,” via Loudwire. This song is from the band’s new album “Death Revenge,” which will be released on October 13.

Matt Harvey commented:

“Following sequentially through the album’s tracklist, we are stoked to lay ‘Lifeless‘ on you. ‘Defenders Of The Grave‘ is the introduction for the tale of ‘Death Revenge‘ and ‘Lifeless‘ sets the actual plot that continues for the rest of the record in motion. Fitting with the vibe of the storyline as a whole, the clip focuses more on story elements and vibe rather than close up shots of guitar-noodling. I think it sets the tone nicely. Cheers!”

Exhumed Premiere New Song “Defenders Of The Grave”, Reveal Details For New Album “Death Revenge”

Exhumed have premiered a new song titled “Defenders Of The Grave.” This song is from the band’s new album “Death Revenge,” which will be released on October 13.

The press release shined some light on the album’s concept:

“The band’s 6th full-length sees them tread into ambitious new territory with their first concept album; a musical melodrama in thirteen parts based on shocking true events. ‘Death Revenge‘ takes place in the late 1820s in Edinburgh, Scotland and tells the macabre tale of a series of brutal murders where the victims’ cadavers were sold to anatomists, amid a grisly underground trade of grave-robbery.”

Frontman Matt Harvey also added:

“We’re very excited to see this record come out. It’s been a long time since we’ve fucked up your stereos! I think this record has a darker vibe than the last two, with a pretty gnarly tale of grave-robbery, dissection, murder and all sorts of general skullduggery. We dig it and we hope you filthy animals will too.”

“Death Revenge” Track Listing:

01. “Death Revenge Overture”
02. “Defenders Of The Grave”
03. “Lifeless”
04. “Dead End”
05. “Night Work”
06. “Unspeakable”
07. “Gravemakers Of Edinburgh”
08. “The Harrowing”
09. “A Funeral Party”
10. “The Anatomy Act Of 1832”
11. “Incarnadined Hands”
12. “Death Revenge”
13. “Death Revenge Underture” (bonus track)

Exhumed Begin Work On New Concept Album

Exhumed have revealed that they have officially entered the studio for their new album. The effort, which will be conceptual, is expected to be released later this year.

Matt Harvey commented:

“We entered the studio April 1st with our buddy Jarrett Pritchard (Gruesome, Goatwhore) to start the process and no, this is not an elaborate April Fool’s joke… All Guts, No Glory was more of a straight-up speeding attack, Necrocracy had a bit more focus on groove and incorporating some mid-paced stuff in there, and this one is gonna be a lot darker.

It’s a concept album, which is a first for us, so expect some new twists on our tried-and-true formula: one part late ’80s death metal, half a cup of German/Canadian/Bay Area thrash, a dash of grindcore, crossover, and crust, and the occasional, well-concealed, Hall And Oates rip-off.”

Exhumed Introduce New Bassist/Vocalist

Exhumed have welcomed a new bassist/vocalist into the band. Matt “Slime” Ferri, who is replacing Rob “Bodybag” Babcock, will join the band immediately for their upcoming Fall/Winter tour season.

They introduced Ferri with the following post on Facebook:

“A quick announcement before our Fall / Winter tour season gets started… We’d like to extend a very morbid and maggot-filled welcome to our new bassist / vocalist Matt “Slime” Ferri, who will be meeting all of you mutants on the road shortly. Matt replaces our good friend Rob “Bodybag” Babcock, who we wish all the best for in the future. We’re sure you’ll all make Matt feel welcome onstage (read: buy him beers) and all the guys in the band are psyched to bring you the latest and greatest version of Exhumed. Cheers from Harvey and the usual gang of idiots!”

(Image of Matt Slime from his Facebook)

(Image of Matt Slime from his Facebook)