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New Track/ Video - Pig Destroyer
Friday, 20 April 2007 18:19

PIG DESTROYER has posted the brand-new track “Loathsome” on the band’s MySpace and PureVolume pages as the first preview track from their highly anticipated new record Phantom Limb. PIG DESTROYER has also completed work on the first music video from Phantom Limb. The video, for “Loathsome”, was shot in Los Angeles, CA with director Carlos Batts (SWARM OF THE LOTUS, DOG FASHION DISCO). Still images from the video shoot can viewed here. The completed “Loathsome” video is scheduled to make its world-premier sometime in May. Phantom Limb is set for a June 12th North American release date (June 18th internationally).

Updated PIG DESTROYER news / tour information will be made available via the Relapse Records website: www.RELAPSE.com, the PIG DESTROYER website: www.PIGDESTROYER.net and MySpace:  www.myspace.com/TheRealPigSestroyer

 


 
All That Remains Headlining Shows
Friday, 20 April 2007 18:17

Massachusetts' ALL THAT REMAINS, currently wrapping up a headlining run through Europe, has announced a slew of updated live shows back in North America. First, ALL THAT REMAINS will play a string of dates offering direct support to Bullet For My Valentine and headlining a few off dates before meeting up later in May with Protest The Hero.

Continuing to support last year's 'The Fall of Ideals,' the band has already logged a heavy dose of touring since the record's release, including previous runs through Europe, North American and an immensely successful headlining tour earlier this year.


 
Danny Walker / Jesu / Thornlord
Thursday, 19 April 2007 13:51

I just got home on the 8th of April after touring with Jesu (ex-Godflesh/Napalm Death) supporting Isis on a nice and fruitful two months! The tour was a great success with Jesu finally making it over after receiving their work visas. This surprising news lifted many spirits! Before that Intronaut filled in for Jesu the first 15 shows, which was of course unfortunate for Jesu, but also great for my band to be able to just jump right in.

Danny WalkerDuring this period of the first 15 shows Intronaut shared the stage with other bands such as Oxbow and Torche from San Diego, CA all the way to Washington DC. Once Jesu finally made it over to the states, from New York City to Los Angeles, Zozobra(ex Cave In/Old Man Gloom) completed the rest of the tour with Jesu and Isis.

I really have to say that I have faced a new challenge on this tour. Playing such slow and simple drum machine like patterns took a couple of shows to really get comfortable. To play with a click against back tracking and a drum machine was different. I have used a click before in the studio and at rehearsals, but never live against other sequenced music. I'm used to playing more technically challenged music and material that is more up tempo, so this was great discipline! I think by limiting what I could do and being confined to a drum machine state, really solidified my playing rendering tasteful use. It was a great honor filling in for Ted Parsons who has played for so many great bands such as Godflesh, Prong, Swans, Killing Joke etc.. He's a prime example of a human that sounds like a machine!!!


 


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