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Suicide Silence announce US tour dates

Suicide Silence have announced some tour dates that will take them across the US next February and March.  The band will be joined by Emmure, Within The Ruins, and Fit For An Autopsy.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

The band released You Can’t Stop Me on July 15th via Nuclear Blast Records.  The album is their first since the November 2012 death of vocalist Mitch Lucker.



New England Metal & Hardcore Festival announces 2015 lineup

The lineup for the 17th annual the 3-day New England Metal & Hardcore Festival has been announced. Bands that are playing the festival include Exodus, Testament, Between the Buried and Me, The Banner, Nuclear Assault, Black Mask, No Zodiac, NailsIncendiary, Wisdom in Chains and many others. More details on which band is playing and which day they will be playing on can be found here.

The 2015 edition of the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival takes place from April 17-19 at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts. Tickets go on sale this Wednesday (December 10th) at 4PM EST at www.soundrink.com.



Agnostic Front to enter studio to record new album “The American Dream Died”

New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front have announced that they will enter Buzzbomb Sound Labs on December 5th to record their 11th studio album, The American Dream Died.

The album will be engineered, mixed, and mastered by Paul Miner, who has worked with bands such as New Found GloryDeath By Stereo, H2O, and many others. Artwork and layout will be handled by Todd Huber, who works with vocalist Roger Miret’s clothing company, American Made Kustom.

According Roger Miret, “this recording promises to be mean, fast and furious; with elements of our classic styles, adding chaotic blasts of real old school hardcore!”

We will keep you updated on the recording and any new information as it comes along.

The band also has some upcoming tour dates in December and March, which you can check out below.

Agnostic Front released their last album, My Life, My Way in 2011 through Nuclear Blast Records.



“NYHC: New York Hard Core 1980-1990” author Tony Rettman North East book tour

Tony Rettman, author of “NYHC: New York Hard Core 1980-1990” will be doing a small book tour of the North East from November 22nd- December 21st. He will be signing books as well as sharing stories and answering questions. Check below for the full list of dates and locations.

“NYHC: New York Hard Core 1980-1990” gives a narrative of New York City hardcore based on over 100 interviews of key players in the scene including members from bands such as Agnostic FrontCro-MagsReagan Youth, and Sick of It All. You can order a copy of the book here.



Charges dropped against the guy who was jailed for posting Exodus lyrics

Last September, we reported that an Exodus fan named James Evans was arrested for posting the lyrics to “Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)” on his Facebook page, and was jailed by Kentucky police for making terroristic threats. He spent more than a week in jail before being released without having the charges dropped.

Well, this time, the charges were dropped against Evans. Represented by the ACLU, Evans through an ACLU attorney stated, “Evans is relieved that these very serious criminal charges have been dismissed, and he is grateful for all of the support he has received during this difficult time. A conviction on first-degree terroristic threatening could have landed Evans in jail for up to 10 years.”

The police and DA’s office have not released a statement, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on the situation come to light.

Exodus released their new album Blood In, Blood Out on October 14th via Nuclear Blast, which is the band’s first with vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza since 2004’s Tempo of the Damned. To support the album, the band will tour with Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies this fall.



New video: Sock puppet group Stayner performs Slayer parody, “Raining Bleach”

Slow news night here at Dying Scene Ranch. As a result, we present you this very well-done parody of the Slayer classic “Raining Blood.” It’s from a *ahem* “band” called Stayner, and it’s a song called “Raining Bleach.” Check it out below.

“Raining Blood,” as you should already know, appears on Slayer’s slayer 1986 classic, “Reign In Blood.”



Madball release music video for “Doc Marten Stomp”

New York hardcore legends Madball have premiered the music video for a new song entitled “Doc Marten Stomp” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Hardcore Lives, slated for release June 27, 2014 via The Black N Blue Label (in U.S.) and Nuclear Blast (in Europe).



The guy who was arrested for posting lyrics by a metal band on Facebook speaks

Nearly a week ago, we reported that an Exodus fan named James Evans was arrested for posting the lyrics to “Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)” on his Facebook page. About the incident, Evans, who was charged with a Class C felony for “terrorist threatenings” and faced the possibility of between five and ten years in prison, tells the press:

“I couldn’t believe it got that out of hand. At the same time it’s worrisome because I have a family to take care of. I have a three-month-old son.”

Exodus will release their new album Blood In, Blood Out on October 14th via Nuclear Blast, which is the band’s first with vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza since 2004’s Tempo of the Damned. To support the album, the band will tour with Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies this fall.



Man arrested for posting lyrics of a metal band on Facebook

We don’t often cover thrash metal bands on Dying Scene, but an Exodus fan named James Evans was arrested for posting the lyrics to “Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)” on his Facebook page, and has been charged with making terroristic threats for posting the words to that song, which describe a school shooting to Facebook. About the incident, Exodus wrote:

“The idea that an individual in this great country of ours could be arrested for simply posting lyrics to a song is something I never believed could happen in a free society.

The song was written as a view through the eyes of a madman and in no way endorses that kind of fucked up behavior. It was the Virginia Tech massacre perpetrated by Seung-Hui Cho that was the subject and inspiration.”

Exodus will release their new album Blood In, Blood Out on October 14th via Nuclear Blast, which is the band’s first with vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza since 2004’s Tempo of the Damned. To support the album, the band will tour with Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies this fall.



Music Video: Killer Be Killed – “Snakes of Jehovah”

Killer Be Killed ― the new supergroup featuring Max Cavalera (Soulfly and formerly of Sepultura), Troy Sanders (Mastodon), Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan) and Dave Elitch (The Mars Volta) ― have premiered a music video for their song “Snakes of Jehovah”. You can check it out below.

“Snakes of Jehovah” is taken from Killer Be Killed’s self-titled debut album, which was released last May on Nuclear Blast.



Suicide Silence cover Hatebreed’s “Last Breath”

Suicide Silence brought out Jamey Jasta on stage for a cover of Hatebreed’s “Last Breath.”

Check out the video below.

The band released You Can’t Stop Me on July 15th via Nuclear Blast Records.  The album is their first since the November 2012 death of vocalist Mitch Lucker.



Music Video: Suicide Silence – “You Can’t Stop Me”

Suicide Silence have released a music video for their song “You Can’t Stop Me” and you can check it out below.

The band’s upcoming album You Can’t Stop Me will be released on July 15th through Nuclear Blast Records. The album will be their first since the November, 2012 death of vocalist Mitch Lucker.



Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, and Exodus announce fall tour

If you were unable to catch the Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, and Exodus tour last month then you still might be in luck because the three bands have announced that they will be hitting the road again for a handful of shows starting this November. You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

Suicidal Tendencies released 13, their first album in 13 years, last March. Slayer last released World Painted Blood in 2009 via American Recordings, while Exodus last released Exhibit B: The Human Condition in 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records.



Music Video: Madball – “Born Strong”

New York hardcore legends Madball have premiered the music video for a new song entitled “Born Strong,” featuring Arch Enemy frontwoman Candice Puopolo.

You can watch it below.

Madball is gearing up to release their newest album, Hardcore Lives, on June 27, 2014 via The Black N Blue Label (in U.S.) and Nuclear Blast (in Europe). Municipal Waste, meanwhile, released their latest album, The Fatal Feast, in 2012 through Nuclear Blast.



Madball and Municipal Waste announce co-headlining tour

New York hardcore legends Madball and Virginia’s speed punks Municipal Waste have announced a co-headlining tour that includes appearances around the east coast and Canada. You can check the dates below.

Madball is gearing up to release their newest album, Hardcore Lives, on June 27, 2014 via The Black N Blue Label (in U.S.) and Nuclear Blast (in Europe). Municipal Waste, meanwhile, released their latest album, The Fatal Feast, in 2012 through Nuclear Blast.