Venom Prison & Homewrecker Announce Co-Headlining North American Tour

Venom Prison and Homewrecker have announced a co-headlining North American tour. Call Of The Void, Joy, and Great American Ghost will join them on select dates.

Tour Dates:

09/13 Ottawa, ON – Mavericks (with Call Of The Void & Joy)
09/14 Quebec City, QC – La Source de la Martinière (with Call Of The Void & Joy)
09/15 Waterford, NY – Chrome (with Call Of The Void & Joy)
09/16 Somerville, MA – Once Ballroom (with Call Of The Void & Joy)
09/18 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus Bar (with Call Of The Void & Joy)
09/19 Pittsburgh, PA – The Smiling Moose (with Call Of The Void & Joy)
09/20 Indianapolis, IN – The Citadel (with Call Of The Void & Joy)
09/21 Detroit, MI – Sanctuary (with Call Of The Void)
09/22 Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge (with Call Of The Void)
09/24 Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room (with Call Of The Void)
09/25 Denver, CO – Larmier Lounge (with Call Of The Void)
09/26 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court (with Great American Ghost)
09/27 Boise, ID – The Shredder (with Great American Ghost)
09/28 Seattle, WA – El Corazon (Funhouse) (with Great American Ghost)
09/29 Portland, OR – Paris Theatre (with Great American Ghost)
10/01 Orangevale, CA – The Boardwalk (with Great American Ghost)
10/02 Los Angeles, CA – Five Star Bar (with Great American Ghost)
10/03 Las Vegas, NV – American Legion Post 8 (with Great American Ghost)
10/04 Mesa, AZ – Club Red (with Great American Ghost)
10/06 Dallas, TX – Club DaDa (with Great American Ghost)
10/07 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall (with Great American Ghost)
10/08 Austin, TX – Come And Take It Live (with Great American Ghost)
10/09 New Orleans, LA – Santos (with Great American Ghost)
10/10 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (with Great American Ghost)
10/11 Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506 (with Great American Ghost)
10/12 Washington, DC – The Pinch (with Great American Ghost)
10/13 Amityville, NY – Revolution (with Great American Ghost)


Watch Pro-Shot Footage Of Venom Prison Playing A Small Show In A London Dive Bar

Venom Prison recently played a small show at Blondies in London, England for Kerrang!. You can see pro-shot footage of that below:

Venom Prison Premiere “Uterine Industrialisation” Music Video, Reveal Details For New Album “Samsara”

Venom Prison have premiered a new video for their new song “Uterine Industrialisation.” This track is from the band’s new album “Samsara,” which will be released on March 15.

“Samsara” Track Listing:

01. “Matriphagy”
02. “Megillus & Leana”
03. “Uterine Industrialisation”
04. “Self Inflicted Violence”
05. “Deva’s Enemy”
06. “Asura’s Realm”
07. “Sadistic Rituals”
08. “Implementing The Metaphysics Of Morals”
09. “Dukkha”
10. “Naraka”

Venom Prison Tease New Track “Uterine Industrialisation”

Venom Prison have shared some teasers for their new song/video “Uterine Industrialisation.“ The full track is expected to debut on Friday (February 15).

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Venom Prison Post Teaser For Their New Album

Venom Prison have posted a short teaser for their upcoming album. The band finished recording the effort in August and more details are expected to be revealed soon.

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Larissa Stupar On New Venom Prison Album: “This One Is Going To Be A Lot More Personal For Me”

Venom Prison’s Larissa Stupar was recently interviewed by Metal Hammer and she offered some more insight into the band’s new album, which is expected to be released early next year. The effort will deal with a variety of subjects including depression, suffering, and the #MeToo movement.

Stupar said the following when asked what the album sounds like:

“Ash [Gray, guitar] and Ben [Thomas, guitar] do most of the writing and they realised what they liked and what they would have improved from last time. So we went from there and just tried to write. This album is definitely heavier than Animus and it’s more experimental and technical, too. There are some electronic bits and some melodic parts that people wouldn’t necessarily expect.”

She later added:

“I think we realised that people really like breakdowns, so we’ve tried to put a lot more of them in there! We’ve got heavier beatdowns and some faster grindcore elements. Just anything to make people start a circle-pit.”

As far as lyrical themes, she said:

“This one is going to be a lot more personal for me, because I’ve been suffering from depression for the last few years now and I’ve been going through some really hard times. I just wanted to write down and communicate those feelings. I read somewhere that if you express those thoughts it feels better as you stop carrying it. But I’ve also written songs about homophobia and transphobia. Basically, the whole record is about suffering, whether it is societal suffering or internal suffering. I wanted to express those feelings.”

She also had the following to say about the #MeToo movement and its influence on the album:

“One thing that rarely left my mind was the #MeToo movement, in music and especially in Hollywood. I don’t know if you remember the case of the girl who was assaulted behind a dumpster in 2016 by [U.S. athlete] Brock Turner, there’s a line that was said to the judge in his defence that was something like, ‘They’re ruining his life just because he had 20 minutes of action.’ It was so ridiculous. There’s a line in one of the songs that actually references unfair court hearings for rape survivors. We thought it was important for us to set out our stall in Animus and then push it a little bit further. I tried to incorporate more femininity into my lyrics, talk about the role of motherhood. It’s much more personal but it’s very politically minded as well. It’s pretty dark.”