Revocation Announce European/UK Tour With Archspire, Soreption, & Rivers Of Nihil

Revocation have announced a fall European/UK tour in support of their new album “The Outer Ones“ (out September 28). Archspire, Soreption, and Rivers Of Nihil will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

11/28 Berlin, GER – Badehaus
11/29 Aarhus, DEN – Voxhall
11/30 Hannover, GER – Chez Heinz
12/01 Dresden, GER – Puschkin
12/02 Poznan, POL – U Bazyla
12/03 Brno, CZE – Melodka
12/04 Vienna, AUT – Viper Room
12/05 Ljubljana, SLO – Ortor Bar
12/06 Munchen, GER – Backstage
12/07 Milano, ITA – Circolo Svolta
12/08 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
12/09 Marseille, FRA – Jas Rod
12/10 Barcelona, SPA – Razzmatazz 2
12/11 Madrid, SPA – Caracol
12/12 Porto, POR – Hard Club
12/13 Bilbao, SPA – Stage Live
12/14 Pau, FRA – L’Ampli
12/15 Paris, FRA – Petit Bain
12/16 London, UK – Underworld
12/17 Birmingham, UK – Mama Roux
12/18 Bristol, UK – The Fleece
12/19 Manchester, UK – Rebellion
12/20 Brussels, BEL – Magasin 4
12/21 Nijmegen, NET – Doornroosje
12/22 Essen, GER – Turock

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Obscura Premiere “Mortification Of The Vulgar Sun” Video, Reveal Dates For North American Tour With Beyond Creation, Archspire, Etc.

Obscura have premiered a new video for their song “Mortification Of The Vulgar Sun,” via Revolver. This track is from the band’s new album “Diluvium,” which was released today (July 13). In other news, the group have officially confirmed the dates for their North American tour with Beyond Creation, Archspire, Inferi, and Exist.

Tour Dates:

09/13 Oakland, CA – Metro Opera House
09/14 Portland, OR – Bossanova Ballroom
09/15 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
09/16 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
09/17 Calgary, AB – Dickens
09/19 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
09/20 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
09/21 Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
09/22 Joliet, IL – The Forge
09/23 Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
09/24 Quebec City, QC – Salle Multi
09/25 Worcester, MA – Palladium
09/26 Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory
09/27 Philadelphia, PA – Voltage Lounge
09/29 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
09/30 Orlando, FL – The Haven
10/01 New Orleans, LA – Southport Hall
10/02 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
10/03 Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live!
10/04 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Gas Bar & Grill
10/06 Mesa, AZ – Club Red
10/07 Los Angeles, CA – 1720

Archspire Announce Canadian Tour With First Fragment, The Kennedy Veil, & Sarah Longfield

Archspire have announced a Canadian tour with First Fragment, The Kennedy Veil, and Sarah Longfield. You can see the dates for that run below.

Tour Dates:

07/13 Armstrong, BC – Armstrong Metalfest (no First Fragment)
07/14 Edmonton, AB – Temple (no First Fragment)
07/15 Regina, SK – The Exchange (no First Fragment)
07/19 Rouyn-Noranda, QC – Scène Évolu-Son
07/20 Ottawa, ON – Maverick’s
07/21 Trois-Rivieres, QC – Rock Café Le Stage
07/23 Halifax, NS – Sniggly Wiggly’s
07/24 Moncton, NB – Le Caveau
07/25 Jonquiere, QC – Salle Le-4 Barils
07/27 Montreal, QC – TBD
07/28 Quebec City, QC – Source de la Martinière
07/29 Toronto, ON – Hard Luck Bar
07/30 North Bay, ON – The Summit
08/01 Winnipeg, MB – Park Theatre (no First Fragment)
08/02 Saskatoon, SK – Black Cat Tavern (no First Fragment)
08/03 Drumheller, AB – Loud as Hell Festival (no First Fragment)
08/05 Vancouver, BC – Astoria (no First Fragment)

Obscura Premiere New Song “Emergent Evolution”, Planning North American Tour With Beyond Creation, Archspire, Etc.

Obscura have premiered a new song titled “Emergent Evolution,” via Metal Injection. This track is from the band’s new album “Diluvium,” which will be released on July 13. In other news, the group are also planning a North American tour with Beyond Creation, Archspire, Inferi, and Exist. Dates are expected to be revealed soon.

Native American Brothers Wearing Cattle Decapitation & Archspire Shirts Removed From College Campus Tour After Nervous Woman Calls Police

Native American brothers from the Mohawk tribe, Thomas Kanewakeron Gray (19) and Lloyd Skanahwati Gray (17), saved up money and took a seven hour drive from Santa Cruz, New Mexico to Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado for a campus tour. The two, who were wearing Cattle Decapitation and Archspire merch, were then taken off the tour after a woman called 911 on them because of their appearance.

According to the New York Times, the woman said they were “definitely not” part of the tour, and that their clothing was representing some “dark stuff.” She also claimed that the brothers were lying about their names and what they were interested in studying, before saying “it’s probably nothing” and that “if it’s nothing, I’m sorry, but it actually made me like feel sick and I’ve never felt like that.” This resulted in police showing up and removing the young men, while their tour moved on without them. After being unable to rejoin the tour, they ended up driving all the way home.

The president of of the university, Dr. Tony Frank issued a lengthy statement, which in part said:

“Two young men, through no fault of their own, wound up frightened and humiliated because another campus visitor was concerned about their clothes and overall demeanor, which appears to have simply been shyness. The very idea that someone – anyone – might “look” like they don’t belong on a CSU Admissions tour is anathema. People of all races, gender identities, orientations, cultures, religions, heritages, and appearances belong here. As long as you want to earn a great education surrounded by people with the same goal who come from every part of our state, our country, and our world, then you belong here. And if you’re uncomfortable with a diverse and inclusive academic environment, then you probably have a better fit elsewhere.”

The boys’ mother Lorraine Kahneratokwas Gray offered a statement to the Denver Post:

“Apparently, a parent on the tour called police because they were too quiet. That made them suspicious. They were trying to listen. Why should it be a crime to listen and not engage in a conversation?”

She also told Denver 10 the following:

“I was shocked. I was like, ‘What are you talking about? That doesn’t even make sense. All because some biased person judged my boys on how they looked.”

Cattle Decapitation responded by offering the brothers a spot on their guest list for life. Thomas Gray has since replied to the band’s post as well:

“Thank you everyone for the support. We love everyone. Its really hard to come up with a proper reaction to everyones help. Its very overwhelming but nonetheless, i hope this teaches a lesson to everyone that is going through any sort of discrimination or racial acts. Keep yourself going. What happened was wrong in so many ways and we wish this on no one else.”

Archspire also offered their thoughts on the situation:

The fundamental weight of this story should focus more heavily on calling out the individual that committed this bigotry and less attention on how the college compensated the victims.

Attempting to switch the gears of this conversation from what’s important to how gracious this college was for coming to immediate action is quite simply a misdirection.

Let’s focus less on how “gracious” the college was for quickly remedying this very common discriminatory occurrence and focus more on how we can help solve this recurring and problematic social ignorance.

I understand that with a lack of travel and/or a lack of diversity in your own day to day life experience, one might create a kind of social bubble where it becomes perpetually easier to disassociate yourself with cultures and styles of art simply because they contradict your own.

So, rather than focusing on these two young brothers who are not only deserving of but also entitled to both apology and compensation, I invite the mother referenced in this article, along with her family, to come to our next show in Colorado, free of charge to observe first hand just how positive, accepting and overall uplifting the “threatening” lifestyle that these innocent brothers freely and publicly represent, actually is.

With any hope, seeing the unity and undeniable joy that’s brought into the lives of these young music and art enthusiasts, might change her bias opinion about who they really are at their core.”

The brothers are expected to get a refund and a free private tour.

Archspire, Theory Of A Deadman, Nickelback, Etc. Nominated For 2018 Canadian Juno Awards

The nominees have been announced for the 2018 edition of Canada’s Juno Awards. The ceremony will take place in Vancouver, BC on March 25, and the artists nominated in the rock/metal categories can be found below:

Metal/Hard Music Album Of The Year:

Longhouse – “II: Vanishing”
Metz – “Strange Peace”
Striker – “Striker”
Anciients – “Voice Of The Void”
Archspire – “Relentless Mutation”

Rock Album Of The Year:

Nickelback – “Feed The Machine”
The Glorious Sons – “Young Beauties And Fools”
Theory Of A Deadman – “Wake Up Call”
Big Wreck – “Grace Street”
Death From Above – “Outrage! Is Now“

Carnifex Announce 2018 U.S. Tour With Oceano, Winds Of Plague, Archspire, Spite, Etc.

Carnifex have announced a headlining U.S. tour. Oceano, Spite, and Buried Above Ground will join them on all dates, while Winds Of Plague, Archspire, Shadow Of Intent, and Widowmaker will join them on select dates.

Tour Dates:

04/11 Mesa, AZ – Club Red
04/13 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live (with Shadow Of Intent)
04/14 Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live (‘Texas Independence Fest‘)
04/15 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall (with Shadow Of Intent)
04/16 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (with Shadow Of Intent)
04/17 Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero (with Archspire & Shadow Of Intent)
04/18 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Shadow Of Intent)
04/19 Richmond, VA – Canal Club (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Shadow Of Intent)
04/20 Worcester, MA – The Palladium (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Shadow Of Intent) (‘New England Metal and Hardcore Fest‘)
04/21 Reading, PA – Reverb (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Shadow Of Intent)
04/22 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Shadow Of Intent)
04/24 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Shadow Of Intent)
04/25 Indianapolis, IN – Emerson Theater (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
04/26 Joliet, IL – The Forge (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
04/27 St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
04/28 Sioux Falls, SD – Bigs Bar (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
04/29 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
05/01 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
05/02 Portland, OR – Hawthrone Theater (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
05/04 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)
05/05 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theater (with Winds Of Plague, Archspire & Widowmaker)