There is currently an undeniable buzz on VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! within the hard rock scene which was further cemented as the band recently wrapped up a massive, sold-out North American summer tour with Black Veil Brides. The band has a lot on tap for the fall as they complete work on their much anticipated debut full-length album set for an early 2011 release and prepare for some extensive touring plans. This all kicked off with a run as direct support to X Japan in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles this past weekend.
VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! are also excited to announce that they will continue their unrelenting touring schedule on Nov. 11th with Alesana, Our Last Night and Honor Bright. Either see below or head over now to www.myspace.com/vampireseverywhere to view their complete touring itinerary.
VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! recently issued a 2-song EP, Lost In The Shadows. Click on the link HERE
to purchase now.
36 CRAZYFISTS is pleased to announce the July 27th release of their upcoming Ferret Music effort, Collisions and Castaways. Hunger for a new record has been building in the hearts of fans since 2008’s The Tide and Its Takers. To accent this exciting news, 36 CRAZYFISTS is offering a pre-order of Collisions and Castaways, available HERE
. The pre-order packages include your choice of an individual CD, a CD + exclusive pre-order shirt, or a CD + pre-order shirt and flag. All packages will include a signed booklet, only while supplies last. Finally, make sure to head over to 36 CRAZYFISTS’ MySpace
and view the brand new layout.
Since forming 16 years ago, the band have released four records through three different labels, and have shared the road with the likes of Alice in Chains, Atreyu, Killswitch Engage, Chimaira, Diecast, God Forbid, Walls of Jericho, and Poison the Well. Collisions and Castaways, was written and recorded between October 2009 and May 2010. It follows on the heels of last year’s DVD outing, Underneath a Northern Sky, and is the band’s second straight effort to feature guitarist Steve Holt in the producer’s chair and Andy Sneap handling the final mix, Collisions and Castaways sees the band evolving into a three-piece unit following the 2008 departure of bassist Mick Whitney, who left the group to spend more time at home with his wife and children. Drummer Thomas Noonan and frontman Brock Lindow round out 36 CRAZYFISTS’ lineup, with longtime guitar tech Brett “Buzzard” Makowski filling in on bass for the band’s upcoming touring plans.
After wrapping up their headlining run with the hugely successful Atticus Metal Tour II, Unearth are taking their show overseas. First, they’ll conquer Japan, Australia and New Zealand with label mates, The Black Dahlia Murder. Once that run is over, the guys are taking what will be one of the longest flights ever to the United Kingdom for a European tour with 36 Crazyfists.
Unearth vocalist Trevor Phipps comments: “What better way to spend our May and June than touring Japan, Australia and New Zealand with our buds in The Black Dahlia Murder and also hitting up much of Europe and the summer festivals with our boys in 36 Crazy Fists? I don’t really see a point in trying to answer that question because there isn’t a better answer. If you live in any of the places I mentioned, come on out, bang your heads, hit the pit, drink some beer and do some stupid shit. This is our last go around the World until 2011, so let’s make this a rager for the ages. See you soon, World!”