Watch Touché Amoré, Twitching Tongues, Etc. Members Cover Pixies’ “Where Is My Mind?”

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have shared footage of their host Jordan “Gwarsenio Hall” Olds performing a quarantine cover of Pixies’ “Where Is My Mind?” with Jeremy Bolm (Touché Amoré), Steve Sladkowski (PUP), Salem Vex (Bloodbather), Jon Lhaubouet (Vein.FM), and Colin Young (Twitching Tongues). The video, which also features AEW wrestler Orange Cassidy, can be found below. “Two Minutes To Late Night” commented:

“We did that song from that movie with a special wrestler who uses that song for his entrance music! This is our 44th bedroom cover made with the support of Patreon. Become a Patreon patron today and get access to exclusive rewards like patches, t-shirts, even custom songs! Plus, you get to see every cover we make before it publicly premieres twominutestolatenight.com.”

Converge, Ex-Job For A Cowboy, Etc. Members Join Forces In Umbra Vitae

Jacob Bannon (Converge, Wear Your Wounds, etc.), Mike “Gunface” McKenzie (The Red Chord, Wear Your Wounds, etc.), Sean Martin (Twitching Tongues, ex-Hatebreed, etc.), Greg Weeks (The Red Chord, Labor Hex, etc.), and Jon Rice (Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, ex-Job For A Cowboy, etc.) have launched a new band called Umbra Vitae. The group’s debut album “Shadow Of Life“ will be released on May 1 and the effort’s first single “Return To Zero“ can be streamed below:

Bannon had the following to say about the band, whose name was inspired by Georg Heym‘s 1913 poem of the same name:

“After reading the piece from Heym, I immediately felt connected to it. Later, while working on the previous Wear Your Wounds album, my love for Death Metal was rekindled. This was likely a reaction to working on non-aggressive music for such a concentrated period. As these songs started to form, the ominous nature of that original poem came to mind.

In many ways it embodied the character of what we were all creating together. For me, Umbra Vitae is darkly confrontational and my own internal struggles are nested within each song. At this point in my life it is of the utmost importance to use this art and music as the vehicle for a healthy purge of emotion. By design, even in something this intense, there is righteous intent to be a better human through the process of creating it.”

He also told Revolver the following about “Return To Zero“:

“‘Return To Zero‘ is about removing resistance in one’s life in order to be best version of ‘you’ that one can be. I feel that this is a relatable topic for many. What resistance is and how it manifests is unique to every single one of us. For me, this is a constant process and essential to being a better husband, father, friend, artist and human. Below you’ll find a section of the lyrics that state this better than I can in paragraph form. Thank you to everyone who continues to listen.”

“Bite down on the chain
Bow down to no one
Destroy the ego
Radiate love
Carve out a purpose
Where there was none
Compassionately
Wipe up the blood
Remove resistance
And exit the cage
Climb to your feet
Accept your rage
It’s time to reclaim
What’s rightfully yours
Bite down on the chain
And bow down to no one”

“Shadow Of Life” Track Listing:

01. “Decadence Dissolves”
02. “Ethereal Emptiness”
03. “Atheist Aesthetic”
04. “Mantra Of Madness”
05. “Fear Is A Fossil”
06. “Polluted Paradise”
07. “Intimate Inferno”
08. “Return To Zero”
09. “Blood Blossom”
10. “Shadow Of Life”

Twitching Tongues Release Cover Of Celtic Frost’s “Necromantical Screams”

Twitching Tongues have released a cover of Celtic Frost‘s “Necromantical Screams.“ The band said the following:

“For the quarantined we have a little treat from Twitching Tongues, a cover of Celtic Frost’s classsic “Necromantical Screams”. Recorded for release via a spooky metal mag, but the fine humans over there couldn’t clear the rights. Praise be to Tom G.”

Watch Members Of Twitching Tongues, Every Time I Die, Harm’s Way, Etc. Sing Smash Mouth’s “All Star”

Colin Young (Twitching Tongues) has recruited members of Every Time I Die, Touché Amoré, Harm’s Way, etc. to sing Smash Mouth‘s “All Star“ for a new video. You can check that out below:

[via The PRP]

More Bands Added To 2018 For The Children Fest

More bands have been added to the 2018 For The Children benefit festival. The event will take place on December 14-15 at the Toxic Toast Theatre in Long Beach, CA, and it will now feature all of the following: Twitching Tongues, Downpresser, Take Offense, Xibalba, No Zodiac, Candy, Self Defense Family, Billy The Kid, Die Young, Line Of Sight, Dumah, Regional Justice Center, Dare, Countime, World Demise, DRK BLU, No Right, Liars Tongue, Zero Hour, and Section H8. New unwrapped toys are required for entry and they will be given to the less fortunate for the holidays.

[via The PRP]

Twitching Tongues Release Two-Song Single “Disharmony Zero“

Twitching Tongues have released a new two-song single titled “Disharmony Zero.“ The release includes demo versions of “Insatiable Sin” and “Asylum Ave” off their 2015 album “Disharmony.“ The band commented:

“In our quest to thoroughly demo each song before we record the final studio versions, sometimes it becomes impossible to replicate the magic of the first attempt… Thus, we give you our beloved demo versions of INSATIABLE SIN and ASYLUM AVE on the 3rd anniversary of Disharmony. Available for streaming on Apple Music/Spotify or purchase on Amazon/iTunes.”

Twitching Tongues, Downpresser, Xibalba, Etc. Set For 2018 For The Children Fest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2018 For The Children festival. The event will take place on December 14-15 in Long Beach, CA, and it will feature: Twitching Tongues, Downpresser, Xibalba, No Zodiac, Billy The Kid, Countime, Candy, DRK BLU, Liars Tongue, Die Young, and Dare.

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Round one. Gaining Toys For Passionate Children.

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Code Orange Announce North American Tour With Twitching Tongues & Vein

Code Orange have announced a North American tour with Twitching Tongues and Vein. Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Show Me The Body, Ghostemane, Nicole Dollanganger, Disembodied, and Trail Of Lies will also appear on select dates.

Tour Dates:
06/22 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club (feat. Wicca Phase Springs Eternal & Trail Of Lies)
06/23 New York, NY – Irving Plaza (feat. Wicca Phase Springs Eternal & Trail Of Lies)
06/24 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer (feat. Ghostemane)
06/26 Toronto, ON – Mod Club (feat. Nicole Dollanganger)
06/27 Detroit, MI – Shelter at St. Andrew’s Hall (feat. Nicole Dollanganger)
06/28 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge (feat. Nicole Dollanganger)
06/29 St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar and Hall
06/30 Lawrence, KS – The Granada
07/02 Denver, CO – The Oriental Theater
07/05 San Francisco, CA – August Hall (feat. Disembodied & Show Me The Body)
07/06 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent (feat. Disembodied & Show Me The Body)
07/07 Mesa, AZ – The Nile (feat. Show Me The Body)
07/09 Dallas, TX – Club Dada (feat. Show Me The Body)
07/10 Austin, TX – Barracuda (feat. Show Me The Body)
07/11 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall (feat. Show Me The Body)
07/13 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Hell Stage) (feat. Show Me The Body) (no Twitching Tongues)

Twitching Tongues Announce European Tour With Vein

Twitching Tongues have announced a headlining European tour. Vein will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

06/01 Querfurt, GER – Return To Strength Fest
06/02 Zwiesel, GER – Judgendcafe
06/03 Kosice, SLO – Colosseum
06/04 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
06/05 Prague, CZE – Underdog
06/06 Jena, GER – Cafe Wagner
06/07 Lindau, GER – Club Vaudeville
06/08 Koln, GER – Essigfabrik
06/09 Aarschot, BEL – JH De Klinker
06/10 Hannover, GER – Indiego Glocksee
06/12 Zurich, SWI – Werk21
06/13 Wurzburg, GER – Posthalle
06/14 Siegen, GER – Vortex
06/15 Bestwig, GER – St. Andreas Schutzenhalle
06/16 Amstelveen, NET – P60
06/17 Leeds, UK – Outbreak Fest

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.