Thy Art Is Murder Announce Rescheduled Australian Dates With Dying Fetus, Fit For An Autopsy, Etc.

Thy Art Is Murder have postponed their Australian tour with Dying Fetus, Fit For An Autopsy, Enterprise Earth, and Aversions Crown due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s the new dates:

12/11 Perth, AUS – Magnet House
12/13 Adelaide, AUS – The Gov
12/15 Canberra, AUS – The Basement
12/17 Brisbane, AUS – Triffid
12/18 Newcastle, AUS – Cambridge
12/19 Sydney, AUS – MEtro
12/20 Melbourne, AUS – 170 Russell

Gabriel Mangold (Enterprise Earth) Shares Acoustic Covers Of Rings Of Saturn‘s “Mental Prolapse” & Make Them Suffer‘s “Erase Me“

Enterprise Earth guitarist Gabriel Mangold has shared some acoustic covers of Rings Of Saturn‘s “Mental Prolapse” and Make Them Suffer‘s “Erase Me.“ You can check those out below:

Mangold commented:

“The Rings Of Saturn video was shot in Taos, New Mexico at Hotel Luna Mystica. It’s a vintage trailer hotel and campground that I currently work at and reside with my tiny home trailer.

The Make Them Suffer video was filmed in the Carson National Forest in Tres Piedras, New Mexico which is about forty-five minutes northwest of Taos. Northern New Mexico is extensively beautiful and I’m fortunate to be living here once again. Having resided in Taos on two separate occasions, I’m familiar with the area and felt that these locations would be perfect for each video, respectively.

The Ring’s song was a result of being on back to back tours with them and not being able to get the extremely catchy chorus melody from ‘Mental Prolapse‘ out of my head. Make Them Suffer had also just released that killer track and the melodies and lyrics seemed to suit themselves very well for an acoustic rendition.

Both of these bands are also my good friends so I’m sure that had something to do with my decisions as well! Both songs also have great melodies which make translating to acoustic quite enjoyable.”

Enterprise Earth Premiere “Scars Of The Past” Music Video

Enterprise Earth have premiered a new video for their song “Scars Of The Past.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Luciferous.”

The group commented:

“‘Scars Of The Past‘ is reflection. The pain of our past mistakes, haunting with a shadow of fear that the pain animates across the bare walls of the present moment. The meaning it holds is an anthem to recovery. Letting go of the pain and recognizing that the pain we experienced is what made us stronger.

It’s a part of who we are. This video was taken at a sold-out show in Atlanta, Georgia. It was able to capture what the song and metal as a whole stands for. Letting go of the past and living life to the fullest in the present moment. If we could turn back time, we would do it again.”

[via Decibel]

Enterprise Earth Cancel March Tour

Enterprise Earth were hoping to tour this month despite the coronavirus pandemic, but the trek has now been scrapped. The group commented:

“Due to increased safety concerns we will be cancelling our current DIY touring plans. We do not want to put our fans or anyone at risk. As states continue to place gathering restrictions, the CDC suggesting to cancel events of over 50 people, and the evident global pandemic we simply cannot continue with this tour as we feel it would be irresponsible. Thank you to our fans, venues, and promoters that helped us book these shows last minute. We’ll be back when everything calms down.”

Enterprise Earth Plan To Tour This Month Despite Coronavirus Pandemic

Enterprise Earth are still planning to tour this month despite the coronavirus pandemic. The group have announced a “Touronavirus” headlining run and the dates for it can be found below.

Tour Dates:

03/16 Ocala, FL – Raw Hyde Live (with Bilmuri)
03/17 Orlando, FL – Soundbar
03/18 Canton, GA – The Grove
03/19 Memphis, TN – Growlers
03/20 TBA – TBA
03/21 Dallas, TX – Tomcasts West (with Hunt The Dinosaur)
03/22 Houston, TX – The White Swan
03/23 Corpus CHrist, TX – Boozerz Rock Bar
03/24 Austin, TX – Come And Take It Live
03/25 Big Spring, TX – Desert Flower
03/26 Denver, CO – Trailside Saloon
03/27 Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theater
03/28 Salt Lake City, UT – Loading Dock
03/29 Las Vegas, NV – Phase 4
03/30 TBA – TBA
03/31 Fullerton, CA – Slidebar Cafe

Thy Art Is Murder Cancel North American Tour With Fit For An Autopsy, Enterprise Earth, Etc.

Thy Art Is Murder have cancelled their headlining North American tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek, which was also set to feature Fit For An Autopsy, Enterprise Earth, Aversions Crown, Une Misère and Extinction A.D., was supposed to kickoff yesterday (March 12).

Thy Art Is Murder commented:

“North America:

We are very saddened to bring the news to you today that this leg of the Human Target tour is cancelled, effective immediately.

We will keep you up to speed with future plans as more information becomes available, but given the sudden circumstances it may be some time before we can begin to make a financial recovery and commit to extensive touring options.

All of your favorite bands, now more than ever, need your support. The best and fastest way you can do this is by picking up a shirt from one of their online stores. These sorts of funds are the ones that pass through to a band the fastest and will help to keep them going through this down season, a roof over their family, and food in their children’s mouths.

We understand this infectious plague is spreading rapidly and negatively affecting more of us each and every day. We encourage all of you to look after yourselves properly, maintain hygienic practices and social distances, and pay attention to all governing and medical advisories.

We’re so sorry, we feel like we’ve let you all down but there’s nothing more we can do.

All our love, TAIM 🖤”

Despite this, the band are planning to move forward with their European tour in June:

Thy Art Is Murder Announce Australian Tour With Dying Fetus, Fit For An Autopsy, Etc.

Thy Art Is Murder have announced an Australian tour with Dying Fetus, Fit For An Autopsy, Enterprise Earth, and Aversions Crown. Here’s the dates:

05/15 Brisbane, AUS – Triffid
05/16 Sydney, AUS – Metro
05/20 Canberra, AUS – Basement
05/22 Melbourne, AUS – 170 Russell
05/23 Adelaide, AUS – The Gov
05/24 Perth, AUS – Capitol