Westfield Massacre Premiere “Your Salvation” Video

Westfield Massacre have premiered a new video for their new song “Your Salvation.” This track is from the band’s new album “Salvation,” which will be released on October 26. That effort will be the first to feature new vocalist Seann Nicols (ex-Quiet Riot, etc.), who replaced Tommy Vext (Bad Wolves) in the group.

“Salvation” Track Listing:

01. “Empyreal Light”
02. “Famine”
03. “Taking The Fall”
04. “Love To Hate”
05. “Your Salvation”
06. “Devil You Made”
07. “Constant Silence”
08. “Masquerade”
09. “Chemicals”
10. “All The Fallen”

Westfield Massacre Premiere “Love To Hate” Lyric Video

Westfield Massacre have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Love To Hate.” This track is from the band’s new album “Salvation,” which will be released on October 26. That effort will be the first to feature new vocalist Seann Nicols (ex-Quiet Riot, etc.), who replaced Tommy Vext (Bad Wolves) in the group.

Westfield Massacre To Release New Album “Salvation” In October

Westfield Massacre will be releasing a new album titled “Salvation” on October 26. The effort will be the band’s first to feature new vocalist Seann Nicols (ex-Quiet Riot, etc.), who replaced Tommy Vext (Bad Wolves) in the group. If you missed it, you can find a music video for the first single “Famine” HERE and a newly released behind the scenes look at the clip HERE. The second single “Love To Hate” will be released on September 7.

Westfield Massacre Premiere “Famine” Music Video

Westfield Massacre have premiered a new video for their new song “Famine.” This is the first single from the band’s upcoming album. As previously reported, the group have moved forward with vocalist Seann Nicols (ex-Quiet Riot, etc.) as a replacement for Tommy Vext, who is currently singing for Bad Wolves.

Westfield Massacre To Release New Single “Famine” This Week

Westfield Massacre have announced that they will be releasing a new single titled “Famine” on August 3. As previously reported, the band have moved forward with vocalist Seann Nicols (ex-Quiet Riot, etc.) as a replacement for Tommy Vext, who is currently singing for Bad Wolves.

Westfield Massacre Welcome New Vocalist Seann Nicols (Ex-Quiet Riot, Etc.), Announce U.S. Tour

Westfield Massacre have announced the addition of vocalist Seann Nicols (ex-Quiet Riot, etc.) to their lineup. He will be taking over for Tommy Vext, who recently joined Bad Wolves.

Westfield Massacre commented:

“We are committed to fulfilling all obligations and promises we’ve made to our fans. We have secured the legal right to perform and do business as Westfield Massacre. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy for our fans to understand the internal workings of a band. We appreciate all of our fans support as we move forward and are anxious to deliver our record and get back on the road.”

Vext previously said that his departure was going to be amicable, but that doesn’t appear to be the case anymore with him posting the following:

“So my social media accounts have all been hacked and I’ve been blocked from #WestfieldMassacre’s pages and deleted from all the photos 😂

Looks like I’ll be leaking the new record on my private page in the next 48 hours.

Tag a friend who paid for the Kickstarter below to get the downloadable link as soon as it’s up
Vive la libération ! 🇫🇷🙈😂”

In other news, Westfield Massacre have also announced a U.S. tour:

07/07 Sacramento, CA – The Blue Lamp (with Desolate The Few)
07/08 Eureka, CA – Little Red Lion (with Desolate The Few)
07/09 Portland, OR – Rock Hard PDX (with Desolate The Few)
07/10 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven (with Desolate The Few)
07/11 Billings, MT – Railyard (with Desolate The Few)
07/12 Idaho Falls, ID – The Gem (with Desolate The Few)
07/13 Laguna Niguel, CA – The Karman Bar (with Firing All Cylinders & Desolate The Few)
07/14 Bell Gardens, CA – American Legion 465 (with Firing All Cylinders & Desolate The Few)
07/15 Scottsdale, AZ – Rockbar Inc (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/16 Albuquerque, NM – The Jam Spot (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/18 Springfield, MO – Regency Live (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/19 Warren, MI – The Ritz (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/20 Gates, NY – Pineapple Jacks (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/21 Wilmington, DE – Bar XIII (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/23 Elmhurst, NY – Blackthorn 51 (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/24 Providence, RI – Fete Lounge (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/25 Harrisonburg, VA – The Golden Pony (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/26 Fayetteville, NC – Drunk Horse Pub (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/28 Braidwood, IL – Top Fuel Saloon (with Firing All Cylinders)
07/30 Houston, TX – BFE Rock Club (with Firing All Cylinders)
08/01 Omaha, NE – Shamrock’s Pub & Grill (with Firing All Cylinders)
08/02 Englewood, CO – Moe’s BBQ (with Firing All Cylinders)

Westfield Massacre Premiere “Respect Resistance” Music Video

Westfield Massacre (ex-Divine Heresy/Snot, etc.) have premiered a new video for their song “Respect Resistance.” This song is from the band’s debut album, which is available now. In other news, the band have also launched a Kickstarter campaign for their second album and upcoming touring.

Ira Black (Ex-Metal Church, Etc.) Joins Westfield Massacre (Ex-Divine Heresey, Etc.), Band Added To Sevendust & Trivium Tour

Westfield Massacre (Ex-Divine Heresey, etc.) have named Ira Black (ex-Metal Church, etc.) as their permanent guitarist. You can read the band’s statement about the addition below.

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“WESTFIELD MASSACRE announce guitarist IRA BLACK as their new PERMANENT lead guitarist!

WESTFIELD MASSACRE, the hardcore metal band featuring TOMMY VEXT (ex-DIVINE HERESY), ERIK TISINGER, STEPHEN BREWER and DIO BRITTO welcome IRA BLACK formerly of METAL CHURCH, LIZZY BORDEN and HEATHEN to their line-up!

Black is known for his powerful, heavy and melodic riffs and as one of metal’s best-known guitar shredders!”

In other news, the band have also revealed that they will be joining Sevendust and Trivium on select dates of their spring tour:

4/26 Baton Rouge, LA — Varsity Theatre
4/27 Birmingham, AL — Iron City
4/29 Atlanta, GA — Center Stage
5/03 New York, NY — Playstation Theater
5/05 Hartford, CT — Webster Theater
5/08 Baltimore, MD — Rams Head
5/13 Clear Lake, IA — Surf Ballroom
5/17 Sioux Falls, SD — The District
5/18 Arlington Heights, IL — Home Bar
5/21 Reading, PA — Reverb
5/24 Flint, MI — Machine Shop
5/25 Louisville, KY — Mercury Ballroom
5/27 Shreveport, LA — Riverside Warehouse