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Storm the Sky release music video for “Alive”

Melbourne metalcore act Storm the Sky have just released the music video for their track “Alive” and you can check it out below.

The track was taken of the group’s most recent album, Permanence, which was released on January 16, 2015 via UNFD / Rise Records.

Parkway Drive announces “Ire”

Australian metalcore act Parkway Drive have detailed their upcoming album Ire, which is slated for a September 25th release.

You can check out the track listing below.

Vocalist Winston McCall released the following statement on the record:

This is the album for us. Every single step of the way, whenever there was gamble to take, we took the biggest one we could. If this isn’t the album that can go further than anything we thought was possible with this band and this type of music, that’s fine, but we can’t go back from this as far as we’re concerned.

Ire will be released via Epitaph Records.

Enabler releases lyric video for brand new song “By Demons Denied”

On June 2nd, Ohio-based hardcore/metal outfit Enabler will be releasing a limited edition 7″/digital single, titled “By Demons Denied”, that contains an extended version of the title track, along with two exclusive b-sides, “The Flame” and “Some Things Are Worth Living For”. The standard version of “By Demons Denied” will appear on the band’s upcoming Century Media debut full-length, “Fail to Feel Safe”; the lyric video for the album version can watched below.

To pre-order the “By Demons Denied” 7″, visit Enabler’s official merch store.

Next week, Enabler will appear at this year’s Temples Fest in the United Kingdom, then hit the road with Meek Is Murder in North America. See below for all dates.

Funeral For A Friend announce upcoming live video for “Hours”, stream “Streetcar”

Welsh post-hardcore group Funeral for a Friend announced that they’ll be releasing a live recording of their performance of Hours in it’s entirety from London’s Islington Academy in April 2014.

Hours was the band’s second album, originally released on June 13, 2005. The show was held during their tour with Boysetsfire and More Than Life . You can check out a preview of their single “Streetcar” recorded live below.

The band’s last album, Chapter and Verse, was released on January 19th as a follow-up to last year’s Conduit.

Music Video: Parkway Drive – “The Weapon They Fear”

Australian metalcore act Parkway Drive have premiered a music video for their cover version of Heaven Shall Burn’s “The Weapon They Fear”. You can watch the video below.

Parkway Drive are currently working on a new album, which will be their first since 2012’s Atlas. There has been no word on a title or release date, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on the record come to light.

Dayseeker premieres new music video for “The Earth Will Turn” off upcoming “Origin” album

O.C.-based hardcore/metal band Dayseeker has just released a new music video for their song “The Earth Will Turn”, which appears on the band’s upcoming album “Origin”.

Here’s what vocalist Rory Rodriquez had to say about the song, This track is the story of my mother’s addictive relationship with drugs and how it impacted my family and me in the process. This is one of our favorite tracks off the album and we think it shows our new sound overall and our ability to mature with our writing as time goes on.

Have a look at “The Earth Will Turn” below.

“Origin” is set to be released next week (April 21st) through InVogue Records, and serves as follow-up to the band’s 2013 “What It Means To Be Defeated”.

The Weight of Atlas (metalcore) stream two songs

Scottish metalcore band The Weight of Atlas are streaming two new songs – an original track called “James Was a Cactus,” and a cover of Taylor Swift’s “Style.” Both can be heard below.

The cover can be downloaded here, and the original will be appearing on the band’s upcoming EP Reflections, which is set to be released on March 17th through We Are Triumphant.

Earth Crisis announce new EP, “The Discipline”

Syracuse, NY’s Earth Crisis have announced that they will be releasing a new EP, titled The Discipline, later this year. The EP will feature four tracks: two previously unreleased songs originally written in the 90’s, and two re-recorded songs from the band’s debut album, Destroy the Machines. Guitarist Scott Crouse explained the decision as such:

“We think the songs on Destroy The Machines are still strong, and relevant, two decades later. We have always wanted to re-record them, and figured the 20 year anniversary of the album was a fitting occasion. Our intention isn’t to erase the original versions, just offer another version we feel will offer the power and clarity the songs deserve. We also decided to record two songs we demoed years ago because they’re great and people need to hear them! “Behind The Mask” and “Time Of Strife” are timeless and we think ExC fans will love them.”

Earth Crisis will release The Discipline on May 19, 2015 via Bullet Tooth Records. It will follow the band’s previous LP, Salvation of Innocents, which was released on March 8, 2015 via Century Media.

Lionheart announce first UK show in 3 years

Northern California’s Lionheart have announced their first UK show in three years. The show will be on August 17th at Sheffield Corporation. Check out the show flyer below for more information. According to the band, more UK shows will be announced soon.

Lionheart’s latest album, Welcome to the West Coast, was released early 2014 through  Fast Break! Records.

Funeral For A Friend premiere new video for “Pencil Pusher”

Welsh post-hardcore group Funeral for a Friend have just released a new music video for their song “Pencil Pusher” and you can check it out below.

The song is off of their upcoming album, Chapter and Verse, which will be released on January 19th. This album is the follow-up to last year’s Conduit.

The band is hitting the road in the UK this month and you can check out the dates here.

Music Video: Fayne – “Believers”

Canadian hardcore/metalcore act Fayne have premiered a music video for their song “Believers”, which you can check out below.

“Believers” is taken from Fayne’s latest EP The Queen of Kings, which was released last November, and can be streamed on theri Bandcamp page.

Ty Scout will no longer tour with Issues

The metalcore outfit Issues is losing one of its members, as keyboard player Ty “Scout” will no longer tour with the band as of 2015.  Scout says he will continue to help the band write and produce upcoming tracks, as he pursues other musical endeavours.  You can read his whole statement below.

Issues most recently released a self-titled full length album in February of 2014 on Rise Records.

Tear Out The Heart debut new music from upcoming full-length, “Dead, Everywhere”

St. Louis metalcore act Tear Out The Heart have got a new album coming out next month; January 27th to be exact. To whet your appetite for the release, the band put out the first in a series of track-by-track videos in which they tease new tracks and give you information about where each song comes from. Check out the video below.

Tear Out The Heart’s last release, “Violence,” hit the streets in March 2013 on Victory Records, their present label home.

Full Album Stream: Red Cloud (Teun from Generation 84) – “No One Has Promised Us Tomorrow”

Red Cloud, better known as the solo project from Belgium’s Teun Van Aerschot of Generation 84 and Break Of Day, is gearing up for their (his? its?) debut release. It’s called “No One Has Promised Us Tomorrow,” and it’s not due out until next week (December 22nd, to be exact). However, you can stream the whole thing in its entirety below.

“No One Has Promised Us Tomorrow” will be released via I For Us Records.

Music Video: Vermillion – “Shivers”

German melodic hardcore/metalcore/djent act Vermillion have premiered a music video for their song “Shivers”. You can watch the video below.

“Shivers” is taken from Vermillion’s latest EP Soulcase, which was released last October, and you can check it out on their Bandcamp page.