Like Moths To Flames Part Ways With Rise Records

During a chat on the BREWtally Speaking Podcast, Like Moths To Flames vocalist Chris Roetter confirmed that the band are no longer on Rise Records. Despite this, the group have been demoing new material lately.

Roetter said the following:

“This is actually the first time that the band’s been doing adequate demos. Like we would do ‘oh, man, check out this riff with these shitty drums.’ We actually paid our own money, went and did some demos.

So we’re actually taking the writing very seriously this time. We’re actually not on Rise anymore. This is the first time we are gonna be doing… not something on our own, we’re just kinda in-between right now.

…What I’d said about ‘Dying Things‘, about how we feel about the last few releases was just an extension of that, unfortunately, where… I’m not trying to blow up anybodies spot, but I personally feel like we were backburnered a little bit.

We’re an easy band to please, cause we do a lot of things ourselves. So it’s like when we ask for minimal things, that was us getting help. Instead of it helping the band, it was like ‘welp here’s us giving you aid and that’s it.’

So I think for us it’s kinda lit a fire to be the best that we can be. Having new members definitely makes it easier. People would be like Moths has had 7-8 members, is it hard? It’s like no, because people keep leaving that made it hard.

Then we bring in people who are ambitious about the band, who want to grind and write… It’s almost like let me prove my worth type of thing. The dudes have gone way beyond that.”

He continued:

“So this time around, we’re not even planned on doing a record, and we already got 7-8 songs written, and 3 of them are professionally recorded.

They’ve got production, they’ve got ear candy, they’re properly engineered. Not just us doing them in our garage.

So it’s just like kind of us making sure we got the ammunition for when we do start to figure out where the bands gonna go, what we’re gonna do after this tour.”

[via The PRP]


Tool Hint That They Will Debut New Music On Their May U.S. Tour

It looks like Tool are planning to debut some new music on their May U.S. tour. The band shared the below teaser:

Furthermore, Adam Jones also shared a clip of himself playing a new riff:

Is Slash Planning To Record New Guns N’ Roses Music This Weekend?

It looks like Slash may be planning to work on new Guns N’ Roses music this weekend. According to Guns N’ Roses Central, Kruse Kontrol Amplification, a company that performs amplifier modifications, revealed the news in a since deleted social media post that said the following:

“Slash’s 1987 Silver Jubilee in the house! Dropped off by GnR producer Caram Costanzo himself the amp needs to be serviced and tuned up to sound stellar for this Saturday’s recording of new material at Axl Rose’s studio in Malibu. I’m one of the very few fortunate few ever getting to work on and play this cool amp!”

[via Blabbermouth]

SECT (Earth Crisis, Fall Out Boy, Etc.) Enter The Studio

SECT (Earth Crisis, Fall Out Boy, etc.) have started tracking their next release at Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou‘s GodCity Studio in Salem, MA. The band confirmed the news while sharing the below photos:

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Day one. #sectxvx @godcitymusic

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[via The PRP]

All Shall Perish Are Still Working On New Music

Back in 2015, All Shall Perish announced that they were planning to return with a lineup consisting of Eddie Hermida (Vocals), Ben Orum (Guitar), Chris Storey (Guitar), Caysen Russo (Bass), Matt Kuykendall (Drums), and Craig Betit (Additional Vocals). The band have yet to release any new music, but they did recently post a new update on Facebook:

“ASP is not dead. We have some challenges to deal with, but new music is being created. Thank you to all of our loyal fans who still write to us every day!”


Day Of Errors (Ex-Black Sabbath, Etc.) To Enter The Studio

Day Of Errors, the band led by Bill Ward (ex-Black Sabbath), are planning to hit the studio this month to work on new material. Jason “Dewey” Bragg (also of Kill Devil Hill) confirmed the news on “The Blairing Out With Eric Blair Show” last month:

“I know that we’re going in the studio [next] month to record some more. I believe there will be music to download and/or purchase. Tour, I don’t think that’s gonna happen. But there will be some music coming out soon.”

[via Blabbermouth]