Zealot R.I.P. (Pig Destroyer, Darkest Hour, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Magnetic Field Of Dreams”

Zealot R.I.P. (Pig Destroyer, Darkest Hour, etc.) have premiered a new song titled “Magnetic Field Of Dreams.” This track is from their self-titled debut EP, which will be released on May 20. As previously reported, the group’s first show will be held at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, DC on May 20. They will also open for Pig Destroyer and more at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, MD on September 14.

[via Decibel]

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Zealot R.I.P. (Darkest Hour, Pig Destroyer, Etc.) To Release Debut EP In May

Zealot R.I.P., the band featuring Blake Harrison (Pig Destroyer), Mike Schleibaum (Darkest Hour), Jason Hamacher (Frodus, Decahedron), and Peter Tsouras (Olympia, Fairweather), have announced that their self-titled debut EP will be released on May 20. The effort, which will be available digitally and on 12″ vinyl, will include the following tracks: “Magnetic Field Of Dreams,” “The Extinction Of You,” and “Worship The Serpent.” As previously reported, the group’s first show will be held at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, DC on May 20. They will also open for Pig Destroyer and more at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, MD on September 14.

Zealot R.I.P. (Darkest Hour, Pig Destroyer, Etc.) Announce First Live Show

Zealot R.I.P., the band featuring Blake Harrison (Pig Destroyer), Mike Schleibaum (Darkest Hour), Jason Hamacher (Frodus, Decahedron), and Peter Tsouras (Olympia, Fairweather), will be playing their first live show at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, DC on May 20. As previously reported, the group are also scheduled to open for Pig Destroyer and more at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, MD on September 14.

[via The PRP]

Pig Destroyer, Darkest Hour, Etc. Members Join Forces In Zealot R.I.P.

Blake Harrison (Pig Destroyer), Mike Schleibaum (Darkest Hour), Jason Hamacher (Frodus, Decahedron), and Peter Tsouras (Olympia, Fairweather) have joined forces in a new band called Zealot R.I.P. The group are currently planning something for May 20 and are also scheduled to open for Pig Destroyer and more at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, MD on September 14.

[via MetalSucks]