Genocide Pact Announce North American Tour With No/Más & Vomit Forth

Genocide Pact have announced a North American tour with No/Más and Vomit Forth. Here’s the dates:

11/10 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
11/11 Greenville, SC – Radio Room
11/12 Atlanta, GA – Boggs
11/13 Nashville, TN – Drkmttr
11/14 Cincinnati, OH – Legends
11/15 Chicago, IL – Cobra Lounge
11/16 Detroit, MI – Sanctuary
11/17 Toronto, ON – Monarch Tavern (no No/Más)
11/18 Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz (no No/Más/Vomit Forth)
11/19 Worcester, MA – Ralph’s
11/20 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus (no Vomit Forth)

Vomit Forth Announce October U.S. Tour

Vomit Forth have announced an October U.S. tour with Simulakra and Snuffed On Sight. Here’s the dates:

10/06 Louisville, KY – Mag Bar
10/07 Chattanooga, TN – Poor Taste
10/08 Columbus, GA – The Cuckoos Nest
10/09 Jacksonville, FL – Archetype
10/11 Tampa, FL – Brass Mug
10/12 Orlando, FL – Will’s Pub
10/13 Greenville, SC – Birds Fly South
10/14 Chesapeake, VA – Riffhouse
10/15 Richmond, VA – The Camel
10/16 Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie

Vomit Forth Premiere “Seething Malevolence” Video

Vomit Forth have premiered a new video for the title track of their latest album “Seething Malevolence.“ Kane Gelaznik said the following about the song:

“‘Seething Malevolence‘ is a declaration of war against a world we hate for hating us. We’ve never fit in anywhere and we made music for people who felt the same way. We’re too hardcore for death metal and too death metal for hardcore so we decided to make the hardest death metal song in hardcore and the hardest hardcore song in death metal. We aren’t afraid to be who we are and we won’t ever stop. For anyone who is pissed off and feels alone. This is for you.”

Vomit Forth Premiere “Carnivorous Incantation” Video

Vomit Forth have premiered a new video for their new song “Carnivorous Incantation.” This track is from the band’s new album “Seething Malevolence,“ which will be released on July 8. Kane Gelaznik commented:

“‘Carnivorous Incantation‘ is somewhat of a self-reflective song. It’s about the effects of abuse on our psyche. Abuse begets abuse like some horrible spell cast on us all. The song is a way of trying to externalize, understand, and move past trauma. This video is intentionally unnerving and spastic. We wanted the video to stick with you because of the subject matter of the song. That’s a big reason we decided to go with 8498. I hope this helps victims of abuse of any kind to move past their trauma.”

Vomit Forth Premiere “Predatory Savior” Video

Vomit Forth have premiered a new video for their new song “Predatory Savior.” This track is from the band’s new album “Seething Malevolence,“ which will be released on July 8. The group commented:

“This was the first song we wrote for ‘Seething Malevolence‘. It actually used to be the title track, but it just didn’t feel right. It set the tone for the record. The purpose of the song is to convey to people that the world we live in is not safe. The people we think are here to keep us safe are just as flawed and corrupted as anyone else. People in religion, politics, or in any place of power really are there because there’s blood on their hands either literally or metaphorically. The very people we trust to keep us safe are the same ones ready to eat our corpses when they’re done with them.”

Vomit Forth Sign With Century Media Records, Premiere New Song “Seething Malevolence”

Vomit Forth have signed a new deal with Century Media Records. With this news, the band have also released the title track of their new album “Seething Malevolence” (out July 8). Frontman Kane Gelaznik commented:

“We’re excited and grateful to be working with Century Media. Going back to buying CD’s from Asphyx, Merauder or Napalm Death, we’ve been fans of the label and really see them as a forward-thinking force in death metal. That’s the same attitude and vision we have towards our band and music – it’s no rules but our rules.”