Electronic hardcore group Combichrist have announced that they will be releasing their sixth studio album We Love You on March 25th via Metropolis Records. The album will feature 13 tracks, with such titles as “Satan”, “Evil”, “Maggots”, and more.
Talking about the track “F*** Unicorns”, frontman Andy LaPlegua states, “I’m so sick of unicorns. They went from being something ironic and ridiculous to an overexposed hipster icon. F*** unicorns!”
The band will also be embarking on a US tour with William Control and New Years Day in Spring of 2014. All tour dates can be found below. READ MORE
Blood On The Dance Floor have announced a full N. American/UK tour entitled “The Scene Is Dead” with support coming from Jeffree Star, New Years Day, and Davey Suicide. The tour begins in Oct. in Albuquerque, NM and ends in Dec. in Tuscon, AZ. Tour dates can be found below and ticket information can be found here.
Having just seen Davey Suicide less than a week ago, I’ll say that he puts on one hell of a show. Definitely a lot of fun. As for the other acts, I haven’t seen them, so I can’t attest to their live performance. Anyone wanna leave their thoughts if you’ve seen them? READ MORE
Bloody-Disgusting has the exclusive scoop that Matt Lindblad, guitarist and last remaining member of New Years Day, has also gone missing. If you have any information regarding Matt’s whereabouts, please call (443) 693-7812 or check out the band’s Facebook or Twitter account.
Check after the jump for the missing report video.
We’ve got exclusive breaking news that Russell Dixon, drummer of New Years Day, was not only kidnapped, but that he was seen being brutally beaten before the kidnapping took place. If I were remaining guitarist Matt Lindblad, I’d be in a panic room right about now with a shotgun fully loaded. This marks the fourth disappearance for New Years Day, which probably means that either Hollywood Waste should consider paying a ransom or whistling a jaunty tune and strolling the other way. As always, if you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Russell (or Jake, Ashley, and Anthony for that matter), please call (443) 693-7812 or get in touch at the New Years Day Facebook or Twitter.
Someone, or many “someones”, have a serious issue with New Years Day. Look at the recent news: bassist Anthony Barro and guitarist Jake Jones have both gone missing and now Bloody-Disgusting has learned exclusively that singer Ashley Costello has also not been seen or heard from in a while. No information has yet come up to help find the whereabouts of these members. If you know anything, please dial (443) 693-7812 or go to the bands Facebook or Twitter. Check out the video after the jump for more details.
Also, I find myself strangely aroused by Ashley in the video. What can I say? A girl that wears Freddy’s knives is hot! Plus, tattoos? Oh yeah, consider me in.
Earlier this week, we exclusively reported that New Years Day bassist Anthony Barro has gone missing. In what is becoming a very bizarre situation, it is now being reported that guitarist Jake Jones has also gone missing. After the jump is a video put together that interviews various people regarding Jake and where he might be. As with Anthony, if you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Jake, please call please call (443) 693-7812.
The band recently released The Mechanical Heart EP
, which you can order here
. Keep up to date with them on their Facebook
Bloody-Disgusting has received a disturbing video that discusses the mysterious disappearance of New Years Day bassist Anthony Barro. The band is touring in support their recently released EP, The Mechanical Heart. If you have any information regarding Anthony’s whereabouts, please call (443) 693-7812 or check out the band’s Facebook or Twitter account.
New Years Day have released The Mechanical Heart EP today (order your edition here) and are ready to hit the road for the Vans Warped Tour in just a few days. They also recently released a video for Two In The Chest, One In The Head, which you can check after the jump. Personally, I think they sound like Paramore with a Hot Topic Gothy twist to them. Nothing wrong with, right?