Winds Of Plague Share Re-Recorded Version Of “Decimate The Weak”

Winds Of Plague are celebrating the 10th anniversary of “Decimate The Weak“ with a re-recorded version of the title track. Johnny Plague commented:

“When I think of this album I think back to the 20-year-old version of myself ready to get in a van with my friends to conquer the world and I feel that spirit was forever instilled in me in the process. Band members friends and fans have come and gone through the years but I hope one way or another this album has enabled the listener to embrace the spirit of strength and determination leaving a positive impact in some small form. Thank you for an amazing 10 years, and here is to another 10 years of decimation.”

Winds Of Plague Announce “10 Years Of Decimation” Tour

Winds Of Plague have announced the dates for their “10 Years Of Decimation” tour with Entheos and The Mirage Theory. Spite and The Zenith Passage will also perform at select shows. Here’s the dates:

12/14 Las Vegas, NV – American Legion Post 8 (with The Zenith Passage)
12/15 Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue (with The Zenith Passage)
12/16 Jerome, ID – Diamondz Event Center (with The Zenith Passage)
12/18 Seattle, WA – El Corazon (with The Zenith Passage)
12/19 Portland, OR – Bossanova Ballroom (with The Zenith Passage)
12/20 Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver (with Spite)
12/22 Pomona, CA – The Glass House (with Spite & The Zenith Passage)

Winds Of Plague Announce December 2017 Dates

Winds Of Plague have announced some December headlining shows. The band‘s new album “Blood Of My Enemy” will be released on October 27.

Tour Dates:

12/05 Flagstaff, AZ – The Green Room
12/06 Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad
12/07 Denver, CO – Marquis Theater
12/08 Wichita, KS – Rock Island Live
12/09 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th St
12/10 Tulsa, OK – The Shrine Venue

Winds Of Plague Premiere “Never Alone” Music Video

Winds Of Plague have premiered a new video for their new song “Never Alone.” This song is from their new album “Blood Of My Enemy”, which will be released on October 27.

Johnny Plague said the following:

“‘Never Alone’ was actually one of the first songs written for this record and immediately became the balance point for the remaining songs that were to be written. It’s not the heaviest song of the record and it isn’t the most melodic song of the record. I wanted this to be the first taste of the new album because I feel it best represents the new music showcasing both the dark symphonic arrangements and the vast range of vocal styles used on the record.”

He also added:

“I have always used Winds of Plague music videos as an opportunity to create cinematic shorts. ‘Never Alone’ is no different. We partnered with Enlighten Creative Studio’s to tell the story of a misunderstood woman who has harnessed her inner demons to her advantage. I design and produce haunted attractions for my career so it’s always fun when I can bring my two worlds together to create these videos.”

“Blood Of My Enemy” track listing:

01. “A New Day”
02. “Nameless Walker”
03. “Kings Of Carnage”
04. “Soul Eater”
05. “From Failure, Comes Clarity”
06. “Blood Of My Enemy”
07. “Snakeskin
08. Never Alone”
09. “5150”
10. “Either Way You Lose”
11. “A Walk Among The Dead”
12. “Dark Waters”

Johnny Plague Offers Update On New Winds Of Plague Album

Johnny Plague has offered an update on the new Winds Of Plague album. The effort is expected to be released via eOne Music/Good Fight Music later this year.

Plague said the following:

“I wanted to take a minute from the craziness of life, shoot a quick update on the record status, and thank everyone for their patience.

We are putting the finishing touches on the record: working in the epic orchestral arrangements. I couldn’t be happier with how it’s coming together.

It is proving to be everything I could ever want in a WOP record. What stands out to me so far is how seamlessly we are able to blend the many elements that create the signature WOP sound through solid song craftsmanship, fast black metal riffs, crushing breakdowns and over the top orchestra production.

Another huge milestone this record is setting in my opinion is my vocal performance. Producers Noah Sebastian and Joakim Karlsson really pushed and helped me to find new vocal tones and ranges I didn’t even know I was capable of.

After 10 years of music I finally feel I’m going to get the WOP record I’ve always wanted and I know the fans will feel the wait was worth it.

Now, back to work.

–Johnny“

[via The PRP]