Ringworm Cancel Spring Tour

Ringworm have cancelled their spring U.S. tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. That trek was also supposed to feature All Out War, Genocide Pact, and High Command on select dates.

The band commented:

“Well people, we tried to hold off as long as we could, but like everybody else, unfortunately, we’re going to have to pull the plug on our upcoming tour. It makes us sad and there’s nothing worse than a sad Ringworm. But we know that, we’re all going to be going through some strange and tough times, so for the safety of everyone involved we, unfortunately have to cancel.

We’re sure that you can all understand the scenario. But you best believe as soon as things get back to normal, we’ll be back out to see all you ragers. Like a lot of bands about to tour or on tour already having the rugs puled out from them, we have a bunch of cool tour merch thats going to be collecting dust, so very soon we’ll have it available to you via HF’s online store.

And like most touring bands, we’re up to our eyeballs in debt, so if you can spare the extra loot head on over and pick up a few things. We might even have some special items as to perhaps inject a bit of humor in these weird and stressful times. Stay tuned for a special post regarding merch deals, that’s coming soon.

Until then, everybody stay safe, be smart, help out those who might need it we’ll all get through this. And for those of us who have pets, make sure to give them all the love and affection you can.

Give them all the treats and good foods because they’ll help get ya through these stressful times with their unconditional love and support, plus it will help with all the guilt you’re going to have when you have to eat them. JUST KIDDING FOLKS, HUMOR, remember. Stay Safe and we’ll see ya as soon as we can. Love, RINGWORM“

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Well people, we tried to hold off as long as we could, but like everybody else, unfortunately, we're going to have to pull the plug on our upcoming tour. It makes us sad and there's nothing worse than a sad Ringworm. But we know that, we're all going to be going through some strange and tough times, so for the safety of everyone involved we, unfortunately have to cancel. We're sure that you can all understand the scenario. But you best believe as soon as things get back to normal, we'll be back out to see all you ragers. Like a lot of bands about to tour or on tour already having the rugs puled out from them, we have a bunch of cool tour merch thats going to be collecting dust, so very soon we'll have it available to you via HF's online store. And like most touring bands, we're up to our eyeballs in debt, so if you can spare the extra loot head on over and pick up a few things. We might even have some special items as to perhaps inject a bit of humor in these weird and stressful times. Stay tuned for a special post regarding merch deals, that's coming soon. Until then, everybody stay safe, be smart, help out those who might need it we'll all get through this. And for those of us who have pets, make sure to give them all the love and affection you can. Give them all the treats and good foods because they'll help get ya through these stressful times with their unconditional love and support, plus it will help with all the guilt you're going to have when you have to eat them. JUST KIDDING FOLKS, HUMOR, remember. Stay Safe and we'll see ya as soon as we can. We’re sorry folks, kinda out of our hands at this point. Love, RINGWORM #ringworm #ringwormtour #alloutwar #highcommand #relapserecords #tourcancelations @dyingfetusofficial @alloutwar_official @highcommandthrash @relapserecords

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Ringworm Announce Spring Tour

Ringworm have announced a spring U.S. tour. All Out War, Genocide Pact, and High Command will join the band on select dates.

Tour Dates:

03/19 Brooklyn, NY – St. Vitus (with All Out War & Genocide Pact)
03/20 Trenton, NJ – Championship Bar (with All Out War & Genocide Pact)
03/21 Providence, RI – Dusk (with All Out War & Genocide Pact)
03/22 New Haven, CT – State House (with All Out War & Genocide Pact)
03/23 Baltimore, MD – Metro Cafe (with High Command)
03/24 Richmond, VA – Wonderland (with High Command)
03/25 Durham, NC – Local 506 (with High Command)
03/26 Atlanta, GA – The Basement (with High Command)
03/27 Memphis, TN – Hi-Tone (with High Command)
03/28 Dayton, OH – TBA (with High Command)
03/29 Louisville, KY – Rockerbuilt (with High Command)
03/31 Indianapolis, IN – Black Circle (with High Command)
04/01 Cincinnati, OH – Northside Yacht Club (with High Command)
04/02 Philadelphia, PA – Decibel Metal & Beer Pre-Fest
05/28-30 Seattle, WA – Northwest Terror Fest

Ringworm, All Out War, & Genocide Pact Announce March Dates

Ringworm, All Out War and Genocide Pact have announced some March shows together. Here’s the dates:

03/19 Brooklyn, NY – St. Vitus
03/20 Trenton, NJ – Championship Bar
03/21 Providence, RI – Dusk
03/22 New Haven, CT – State House

All Out War Premiere New Song “Gehenna Lights Eternal”

All Out War have premiered a new song titled “Gehenna Lights Eternal” via Decibel. This track is from the band’s new album “Crawl Among The Filth,” which will be released on July 26. Vocalist Mike Score commented:

“When we spend so much energy in a desperate search for comfort we sometimes get mesmerized by the light and fail to see the darkness that lies behind the shine.”

All Out War Premiere New Song “Judas Always Crawls”

All Out War have premiered a new song titled “Judas Always Crawls.” This track is from the band’s new album “Crawl Among The Filth,“ which will be released on July 26. Frontman Mike Score commented:

“‘Judas Always Crawls‘ deals with humanity’s need for a savior whether it be a politician or a religious zealot. These figures are held up and revered as they spit out empty slogans and bold-faced lies that the masses embrace as doctrine. These words bring comfort to a population desperate to bring forced order to chaos. In the end Judas will always betray the blind trust of the masses.”

[via Revolver]

Code Orange, Saves The Day, Gorilla Biscuits, Etc. Set For 2019 This Is Hardcore Fest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2019 This Is Hardcore Fest. The event will take place at the Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia, PA on July 26 – 28 and it will feature the following: Code Orange, Saves The Day, Gorilla Biscuits, OFF!, Cro-Mags, 100 Demons (celebrating 20th anniversary of “In The Eyes Of The Lord” with Bruce Lepage), Agnostic Front (celebrating 25th anniversary of “Victim In Pain“), Breakdown, All Out War, Wisdom In Chains, Death Threat (celebrating 20th anniversary of “Last Dayz“) Harm’s Way, Ecostrike, Old Firm Casuals, Death Before Dishonor, Downpresser, Maximum Penalty, Inclination, Billy Club Sandwich, Regulate, Laid 2 Rest, Into Another, On Broken Wings, Bloodbather, Trail Of Lies, Eyes Of The Lord, Facewreck, Hoods, No Option, Eternal Sleep, Queensway, Spine, Hangman, Regional Justice Center, Kaonashi, Aggressive Dogs, One Step Closer, Gulch, Magnitude, Guillotine, Enemy Mind, Shackled, Section H8, Drain, Fixation, Vatican, Anxious, and Payback.

Integrity Announce West Coast Tour With Toxic Holocaust, All Out War, Etc.

Integrity have announced a headlining West Coast tour with Funeral Chic. Toxic Holocaust, All Out War, Incendiary, and From Ashes Rise will also perform on select dates.

Tour Dates:

04/18 San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/19 Los Angeles, CA – Catch One (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/20 San Francisco, CA – Oakland Metro (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/21 Sacramento, CA – Colonial Theatre (feat. Toxic Holocaust & All Out War)
04/23 Reno, NV – Jub Jubs
04/24 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
04/25 Boise, ID – The Shredder
04/26 Portland, OR – Dante’s (feat. Incendiary & From Ashes Rise)
04/27 Seattle, WA – El Corazon (feat. Incendiary)

One King Down, Eighteen Visions, Sick Of It All, Etc. Set For 2018 This Is Hardcore Fest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2018 This Is Hardcore Fest. The event will take place at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA on July 27-29 and it will include: One King Down, Ten Yard Fight, E.Town Concrete, Eighteen Visions, Sick Of It All, Arkangel, All Out War, Incendiary, Harvest, Merauder, District 9, Knock Loose, Carnivore A.D., Twitching Tongues, Vein, Shark Attack, For The Love Of, Wisdom In Chains, Jesus Piece, Shattered Realm, Shipwrecked, King Nine, Trail Of Lies, Year Of The Knife, Numb, Candy, Agents Of Man, Sworn Enemy, Queensway, Regulate, True Love, Lionheart, Mindforce, Three Knee Deep, Departed, Invoke, Raw Brigade, Vamachara, Safe And Sound, No Victory, World Demise, and Please Die.

Infest, Agnostic Front, Terror, Etc. Booked For 2017 For The Children Festival

The lineup has been revealed for the 2017 For The Children festival. The event will take place at the Los Globos, Echoplex and Resident in Los Angeles, CA on December 8-10, and it will include: Infest, Ramallah, Agnostic Front, Terror, Suicide, All Out War, Strife, Enzweck, King Nine, Xibalba, Nomads, Funeral Chic, Harness, Take Offense, Vein, One X Choice, Wvrm, Hardknocks, Strengthen What Remains, Laid To Rest, Mortality Rate, Shriners Club, The Eulogy, Iron Curtain, and Navaja.