Watch Integrity & Nothing Cover Each Other’s Songs

Back in April, Integrity and Nothing covered each other’s songs as part of a “Splitsville” livestream for “Two Minutes To Late Night.” Now, footage of the set has been shared on YouTube. Integrity performed Nothing‘s “The Rites Of Love And Death,” while Nothing performed Integrity‘s “Those Who Fear Tomorrow.”

Integrity & Nothing To Cover Each Other’s Songs For Upcoming “Splitsville” Livestream

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have revealed the details for the second episode of their “Splitsville” livestream series. The virtual set will take place on April 30 and it will find Integrity and Nothing covering each other’s songs. Tickets can be found HERE.

Integrity Release New Live Album “Live At Northwest Terror Fest 2018”

Integrity have released a new live album titled “Live At Northwest Terror Fest 2018.” You can stream that below:

Guitarist Justin “Sexman” Ethem commented:

“OH HELL YEAH!! Northwest Terror Fest sure was one HELLUVA BADASS time for this old seasoned tour-dog (as well as for my boys in INTEGRITY).

I sure hope that you enjoy my gift of this live concert recording! I too enjoyed dealing out a healthy serving of my special-blend of ROCK as well as ROLL for all of you hungry fans!! AMIRITE!!!

I gotta tell ya, It sure ain’t easy for a seasoned road dog like myself to be confined as well as quarantined.

I too certainly miss them backstage adventures as well as snacking upon my special blend of signature branded, Touritos™ !! “Now no longer reserved for the backstage!”

Mayan, this damn beer virus sure has put the whoop-ass on my summer tour plans!

All of my legions of loyal fans know that I ONLY partake in top-shelf, hand pressed, artisinally-crafted ale!

I would NEVER touch a case of that there Corona!

Hell, me and ole Bobby Junior have been frantically washing our hands with limes everyday to beat this damn beer virus! Lets kick this COVID19s ASS!!

Big shout out to a couple of my special lady friends, Kay & Jess -as well as everyone at NWTF, the Relapse bossman himself: Ronny and all of my 420-bros back at Relapse Records!

Hell, in this time of the great rock crisis, I too shall even extend some humbled greetings out to my lesser colleagues in INTEGRITY!

Most of all, this ole seasoned-rocker wants to assure to all of my countless fans as well as groupies out there to hang tight, be safe, stay home and listen to my many tasty riffs!

Right now I too am locked up tight in the old Asthma Castle woodshed, all alone with only my trusty artisanal axe to keep me warm at night (and a half dozen groupies)- I am just finished hand-crafting up some more new heavy jams for that there next INTEGRITY album!

Do not fret my dear fans! There is a light at the end of this dark tunnel sure is a comin!

That’s right! soon I too shall be back to doing what only I do best!

Just like my main man Kirk Hatfield always says to me in dark times, “Turn the page! and get yourself back on the long and lonely ROAD where you BELONG, Sexminn! Your fans desperately need you!”

I too can not wait to party-harty and rock out with each and everyone of you backstage!


–Justin “Sexman” Ethem“

Integrity Announce North American & Australian Dates

Integrity have booked some tours in North America and Australia. You can find the dates for those runs below.

Tour Dates:

11/08 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey
11/09 Denver, CO – Oriental Theatre
11/13 Baltimore, MD – Sidebar Tavern – Sold Out
11/14 Portland, ME – Genos
11/15 Boston, MA – Once Ballroom
11/16 Quebec, QC – L’anti Bar & Spectacles
11/17 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
01/02 Richmond, VA – The Warehouse
01/03 Durham, NC – Motorco Music Hall
01/04 Atlanta, GA – The Loft
01/05 Tampa, FL – FYA Fest
01/06 Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
02/06 Melbourne, AUS – Bendigo Hotel
02/07 Hobart, AUS – Altar
02/08 Melbourne, AUS – Stay Gold
02/09 Adelaide, AUS – Crown & Anchor
02/11 Sydney, AUS – Crowbar
02/12 Brisbane, AUS – Brightside

Integrity & Bleach Everything Announce New Split Release

Integrity and Bleach Everything have announced that they will be releasing a new split 12″, titled “SDK x RFTCC,” on Halloween (October 31). The effort serves as a tribute to Septic Death and Rocket From The Crypt’s 1992 2×7″ split, with Integrity taking on Septic Death’s parts and Bleach Everything taking on Rocket From The Crypt’s parts. The first single is Bleach Everything‘s cover of Rocket From The Crypt’s “On A Rope” and it can be heard over at Alternative Press. That particular track features Riley Gale (Power Trip) and Mike Kennerty (The All-American Rejects).

“SDK x RFTCC” Track Listing:

01. Integrity – “Sweat Of A Nightmare” (feat. Darkest Prince)
02. Integrity – “Change”
03. Integrity – “Dream Silent”
04. Integrity – “Poison Mask”
05. Integrity – “Thaw (Cold World)”
06. Bleach Everything – “Middle”
07. Bleach Everything – “On a Rope” (feat. Riley Gale & Mike Kennerty)
08. Bleach Everything – “Sturdy Wrists”
09. Bleach Everything – “Vital Signs”
10. Bleach Everything – “I’m Not Invisible” (feat. Christopher Royal King)

Integrity Announce West Coast Tour With Toxic Holocaust, All Out War, Etc.

Integrity have announced a headlining West Coast tour with Funeral Chic. Toxic Holocaust, All Out War, Incendiary, and From Ashes Rise will also perform on select dates.

Tour Dates:

04/18 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/19 Los Angeles, CA – Catch One (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/20 San Francisco, CA – Oakland Metro (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/21 Sacramento, CA – Colonial Theatre (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/23 Reno, NV – Jub Jubs
04/24 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
04/25 Boise, ID – The Shredder
04/26 Portland, OR – Dante’s (feat. Incendiary & From Ashes Rise)
04/27 Seattle, WA – El Corazon (feat. Incendiary)

Integrity Premiere Video For Their Cover Of G.I.S.M.’s “Document One”

Integrity have premiered a new video for their cover of G.I.S.M.’s “Document One.” This track appears on the band’s new split release with Krieg, which was released today (August 3). Dwid Hellion commented:

“G.I.S.M. has been one of my favorite bands since I was 13 years old, growing up in the Louisville punk scene. It feels great to be able to pay tribute to this amazing Japanese band by covering one of their songs. Hopefully, our cover reflects some of the intensity and savagery that G.I.S.M. stands for.”