Dig The Grave Use Cameo To Create “ISO” Reaction Video Featuring Members Of Anthrax, Lamb Of God, Mudvayne, Etc.

Dig The Grave have premiered a new video for their song “ISO.“ The group used Cameo to make the clip, which features: Mark Morton (Lamb Of God), Derrick Green (Sepultura), Chad Gray (Mudvayne HELLYEAH), Joey Belladonna (Anthrax) Beefcake The Mighty (GWAR), Brann Dailor (Mastodon), Mark Hunter (Chimaira), Elias Soriano (Nonpoint), Brian Fair (Shadows Fall) Brendan Murphy (Counterparts), George Pettit (Alexisonfire), Tia Carrere (Crucial Taunt), Matt Heafy (Trivium), Erik “Smelly” Sandin (NOFX), Andy Cizek (Monuments), Dan Kenny (Suicide Silence), and Rody Walker (Protest The Hero).

Vicky Psarakis (The Agonist) Covers Alexisonfire‘s “This Could Be Anywhere In The World“

Vicky Psarakis (The Agonist) has premiered a video for her cover of Alexisonfire‘s “This Could Be Anywhere In The World.“ She said the following:

“‘This Could Be Anywhere in the World’… but it’s at home! Me and Cody Johnstone teamed up again for this Alexisonfire classic. This song always gave me the chills and definitely hits home with current events. Hope you are all staying safe and healthy and positive through it all. We’re in this together. Those who stay till the end get to hear my own little spin on the final chorus. And as always… feel free to share your thoughts with me in the comment section. Enjoy!”

Alexisonfire To Donate Earnings From “Complicit” To Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Black Lives Matter Toronto, & Black Youth Pathway To Industry

Alexisonfire have announced that they will be donating the money they earned from their single “Complicit” to charity. The funds will go towards the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Black Lives Matter Toronto, and Black Youth Pathway.

The group commented:

“Alexisonfire have had a lot of discussions as to what our response should be to George Floyd’s murder and larger discussions of racial inequality both here and abroad.

Last year we released a single called ‘Complicit’. The song is about wanting to be an ally to people fighting for equality but at the same time, recognizing that regardless of how pure our intentions may be, we are complicit. We have benefited from a system that is inherently stacked in our favour: a system of racism, sexism, homophobia and transphobia.

Alexisonfire acknowledges that the first step of recognition is meaningless without action. We’ve decided to donate $11,843.84 — all money (we) earned from the sale of the single, ‘Complicit’, along with any associated merchandise to Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Black Lives Matter Toronto and Black Youth Pathway To Industry

The five members of this band stand steadfast, yet imperfect, in our commitment to be better allies.

Smash the pillars of the white hetero patriarchy until the ruins are sand.

Love always,

G”

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Alexisonfire Premiere Fan-Filmed “Season Of The Flood” Video

Alexisonfire have premiered a new video for “Season Of The Flood.” The clip was filmed by fans during the band’s January tour in Western Canada. In other news, the band’s “Live At Copps” film is currently streaming on YouTube for one-time only.

Wade MacNeil (Alexisonfire, Etc.) Opens Up About Recent Rehab Stint & Mental Health Struggles

Wade MacNeil (Alexisonfire, Gallows, etc.) has revealed that he recently underwent treatment for addiction and mental health issues. He shared a series of tweets regarding that:

[via The PRP]

Alexisonfire To Release “Season Of The Flood” On Vinyl In March

Alexisonfire will be releasing a 10″ vinyl version of their latest single “Season Of The Flood” on March 27. You can pre-order that HERE. George Pettit has since commented on the track as well:

“I’m very proud of this new song. There were some first time attempts for us and we all really came together in the studio to make this song what it is. This was also my first time singing with Dallas on a song. I know I’ve been playing in a band with Dal for almost 20 years, but damn, that guy’s voice could melt an angel.”

Alexisonfire & The Distillers Announce January North American Shows

Alexisonfire and The Distillers have announced some North American shows together. NOBRO will serve as support. Here’s the dates:

01/20 Winnipeg, MB – Bell MTS Place
01/22 Edmonton, AB – Rogers Place
01/23 Calgary, AB – Scotiabank Saddledome
01/25 Vancouver, BC – Pacific Coliseum
01/26 Seattle, WA – Showbox (no NOBRO)

Cancer Bats Guitarist Scott Middleton To Miss Remaining 2019 Dates

Cancer Bats guitarist Scott Middleton will be missing the rest of the band’s 2019 dates as he awaits the birth of his child. During his absence, Wade MacNeil (Alexisonfire) will be filling in.

Middleton commented:

“Thanks to everyone who made my last @cancerbats tour of the year so awesome! Had a blast at all our shows across France and the UK! Feels crazy to be missing my first show ever in 15 years of CB, but couldn’t be more excited about having our first child in a few more weeks! @wademacneil has my back on the shred stick while I’m gone! Go check out all our tours in Canada, Australia and Europe before the year’s end!

Since I’ll be at home, I’ll be open to doing more studio work than ever before. Please email me @ scott@scottmiddletonproducer.com if you’re interested in help with Production, mixing, mastering, songwriting etc.”

The group added:

“Scoeby is taking a break for the rest of the year, and we couldn’t be more excited for him to start this new chapter in his life.”

Alexisonfire Premiere New Song “Complicit”

Alexisonfire have premiered a new song titled “Complicit.” This is the band’s second new track this year, following the release of “Familiar Drugs,” and it will be available on 7 inch vinyl on July 12. George Pettit commented:

“‘Complicit‘ is about recognizing the unfair advantages that we are afforded as white, heterosexual males. It’s about rejecting regressionist ideas of racism, misogyny and hetero supremacy. It’s about accepting that there is no freedom and no future in a world that is not inclusive.”