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DEATH BY KI unleash their New video and EP.

Death by Ki

DEATH BY KI RELEASE NEW VIDEO NOW…..

 
Bursting out of Bridgwater, Somerset, newcomers Death By Ki bond together a formidable sound, lifting from the rampant power of Slayer and Lamb Of God and the old school riffery of Metallica. The South West road warriors, comprised of Josh Ayerst (Guitars and lead vocals), Chris Chamberlain (Guitars and backing vocals), Will Robins (Bass and backing vocals), and Nick Cope (Drums), pack together a heady blend of pummelling hooks laced with Slayer-esque vocals, set with layered riffage, and complemented by sturdy bass and rock solid beats.
Death By Ki now release debut EP, ‘The Right Of Might’, which immediately lunges forward with stunning pace, spewing out frantic drumming and hi-octane riffs to striking effect. Ramming five songs of intensely contagious vocal lines, a burly rhythm section, and high paced Kirk Hammett-esque licks, the band have produced a blazing and potent slice of modern metal.
The South west metalheads have also just unveiled new video single ‘Control (In A World Of Free Will)’ and you can check it our right here at – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BdcIfXONHE&feature=youtu.be
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DEATH BY KI debut EP’The Right Of Might’, out 20th May‏

Death By Ki Online Promo Shot

Brit riff-slingers ‘Death By Ki’ unleash their enticing debut record ‘The Right Of Might’ through all digital outlets on Monday 20th May 2013.

Bursting out of Bridgwater, Somerset, newcomers Death By Ki bond together a formidable sound, lifting from the rampant power of Slayer and Lamb Of God and the old school riffery of Metallica. The South West road warriors, comprised of Josh Ayerst (Guitars and lead vocals), Chris Chamberlain (Guitars and backing vocals), Will Robins (Bass and backing vocals), and Nick Cope (Drums), pack together a heady blend of pummelling hooks laced with Slayer-esque vocals, set with layered riffage, and complemented by sturdy bass and rock solid beats.
The early roots of the band stem back to Josh and Nicky C’s school days, where the duo regularly jammed. Over time, they hooked up with Will and began to lay the early foundations for Death By Ki. However, it was not until 2011, when Chris joined the ranks, that things really started to solidify for the four piece. Since then, the lively quartet have pinned down countless shows across the UK supporting the likes of  ‘Gallows’, ‘Revoker’, ‘Romeo Must Die’, ‘Evile’, and Australian metallers ‘Be’Lakor’ along the way.
 
After vigorously sharpening their set, the band took up residency at Junkyard Studios in Newport, Wales, where the four piece put down tracks for their first official EP with Jeff Rose (former guitarist for Dub War and Skindred) who has recently worked with the likes of Bullet For My Valentine, Revoker, and Funeral For A Friend.
Death By Ki came out of the studio with their debut EP, ‘The Right Of Might’, which immediately lunges forward with stunning pace, spewing out frantic drumming and hi-octane riffs to striking effect. Ramming five songs of intensely contagious vocal lines, a burly rhythm section, and high paced Kirk Hammett-esque licks, the band have produced a blazing and potent slice of modern metal. Now, with an army of fans waiting in the trenches, the stage is all set for the band to rise and break out to the nation.
 
++ The new video for ‘Control (In A World Of Free Will)’ was filmed in the crypt beneath St. Paul’s Church in Bristol by Carl Shanahan; it will also be released on Monday 20th May. Details of an exclusive premier will be announced during the coming weeks ++

Immension release new video!‏

STEEL CITY METALLERS ‘IMMENSION’ UNLEASH SPANKING VIDEO FOR ‘SHADOW OF YOURSELF’, TAKEN FROM THEIR DEBUT EP! 

Immension - Promo Shot
Flaunting speed slabs of melodic metal and riffs as dense as the basaltic layer, ‘Immension’ have an incessant intensity and are geared to parade their message to everyone within ear shot. The Sheffield metal crew have pooled influences from In Flames and Metallica, and have crafted a sound that is primed for ascendant in 2013. The band release their self-titled Ep on 7th January and they have just released the video for ‘Shadow Of Yourself’, check it out at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5mq1A85OpY and look up the band’s page for live dates over at www.facebook.com/immension

Born out of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, the very original seeds of Immension were sown over five years ago when founding members, vocalist/guitarist Jake Kearsley and lead axeman Tim Dolan, started to trade riffs with one another. For the next few years Immension struggled, largely due to a series of unreliable members serving as their rhythm section. However, all of this changed last year when tub-thumper, Jonni Sowter, and bassist, Hasan Ahmed, entered the fray and everything finally fell into place for the emerging metal crew.

With a solid line-up in place, the band soon began to play a barrage of shows throughout the country, ripping up stages from London to Leeds, and everywhere in between. Now having honed their live sound, Immension hit the studio to lay down tracks for their self-titled debut EP, and it’s a hidden gem.

The forthcoming EP takes shape with the pounding riffage of ‘Shadow Of Yourself’; a potent opener for the Yorkshire metallers, the track suitably displays the four piece’s impressive dual prong guitar attack and dynamism. Next, the high velocity fret-flurries and Slayer-esque beatings of ‘Lost & Forgotten’ go straight for the throat, while the slow-burning ‘In Vain’ further highlights the quartet’s guile. Armed with a strong and stout EP, it’s evident that the Sheffield metallers are poised for a heady climb next year.

 www.facebook.com/immension

EP TRACKLISTING: 1. Shadow Of Yourself; 2. Lost & Forgotten; 3. In Vain.

BAND MEMBERS: Jake Kearsley – Vocals / Guitar; Tim Dolan – Lead Guitar; Jonni Sowter – Drums; Hasan Ahmed – Bass Guitar.

FOR FANS OF: In Flames, Metallica, Arch Enemy.

HUNDRED DAYS to release ‘Mission Exodus’, on 22nd October‏

 

South West Rocksters ‘Hundred Days’ drop their new album ‘Mission Exodus’

through Rogue Rock Records via digital stores on Monday 22nd October.

 

Spawned in Yeovil, Somerset, Hundred Days plough forward expressing a sound that impressively rides the thin line between heavy metal and classic rock. Garnering influence from contemporary custodians such as ‘30 Seconds To Mars’ and ‘Slash’, through to colossal classic kings ‘AC/DC’ and ‘Led Zeppelin’, Hundred Days display their own stripes, resolving to etch a different slant on the heavy rock genre.

Although the band were originally formed in the Summer of 2007, the roots of Hundred Days stem back to the late nineties where the current line-up of the band played under the guise ‘X-Teller’, along with a different singer. After a series of successful UK tours and a hatful of official releases, ‘X-Teller’ split. After taking a year off, three of the four, decided to reform under a new moniker and with lead guitarist Stuart Curtin stepping up to take over the vocals duties and with bassist Simon Evans and drummer Ryan Leese resuming their posts as the rhythm section. The galvanized trio chose an uncharted approach to mould and form their brand new set and with renewed vigor Hundred Days were officially born.

Now fast forward to the present day and the industrious trio have nationally released two records, have played the length and breadth of the UK (including a series of high-profile festival appearances throughout the South-West area), and have supported Hugh Cornwell from legendary punks, ‘The Stranglers’. Hundred Days are now poised to break the national scene with their third release, in the shape of their explosive new album ‘Mission Exodus’.

‘Mission Exodus’ is Hundred Days’ biggest release to date; the album flows with epic production underpinned by subtle textures and intricately woven guitar parts. The album manages to shine as a modern rock record while still tipping it’s cap to a host of iconic artists from the power and precision of Metallica to the classic cool of Guns ‘N Roses and Led Zeppelin. ‘Mission Exodus’ is stacked with fourteen full length tracks and features two astute cover versions including 80’s mega hit ‘Power of Love’  by Huey Lewis and The News, and a live version of The Wings’ classic ‘Live and Let Die’. Also look out for a series of UK shows penned for the Autumn period.

 

http://hundreddays.co.uk/

 

TRACKLISTING: 1. Intro; 2. Mission Exodus; 3. Taste of Convenience; 4. What We Do; 5. Burn in Hell; 6. Suicide Joe; 7. Power of Love; 8. Psycho Woman; 9. Whatever Happened to You; 10. You Keep Fighting; 11. Heads are Turning; 12. Mission Exodus (Reprise); 13. Launch; 14. Started to End; 15. Live and Let Die (live).

FOR FANS OF: Alter Bridge, AC/DC, Linkin Park

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER confirmed for Orion Music and More Festival in June!‏

THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER confirmed for Orion Music and More Festival in June!

UK Festival appearances at Bloodstock and Ghostfest

The Black Dahlia Murder have been confirmed for Metallica’s first-ever music festival. The fest is scheduled for June 23rd and June 24th at Baddon Field in Atlantic City, NJ. The Black Dahlia Murderwill be performing on the “Damage Inc.” stage, which features some of the ‘heavier’ acts billed for the festival, including: Sepultura, Suicidal Tendencies, Landmine Marathon, Torche, Thy Will Be Done, and more. The Black Dahlia Murder is scheduled to perform at 5:15pm on Sunday, the 24th, right before stage headliners, Sepultura. The full festival line up, as well as the running order of the stages, can be seen now at orionmusicandmore.com.
The Black Dahlia Murder vocalist Trevor Strnad adds: “We are truly honored to be considered for the lineup of the first ever Orion festival. Metallica is one of the bands biggest influences…to say we are excited would be a major understatement. We will do our best to crush Atlantic City in their honor… Hails!”

Orion Music and More will feature 30+ acts across four stages with Metallica headlining both nights. They will play “Ride The Lightning” in its entirety on Saturday and “The Black Album” on Sunday to commemorate that album’s 20th anniversary. There are also events scheduled that are tied to the personal passions of each member of Metallica, including a Custom Car & Motorcycle show, Billabong All Out Air Assault Surfing Expedition, Ktulu’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Emporium, and more. There’s truly something for everyone: metal, indie, punk, alternative, and comedy acts.

The Black Dahlia Murder make two UK festival appearances before the ends of the year. Catch them here:

June 2012

30th         LEEDS – GHOSTFEST

August 2012

10 – 12th         BLOODSTOCK 2012 @ Catton Hall