Listen: Powerwolves – You Won’t Find Peace (Full Album Stream)

Click picture or click HERE to listen to “You Won’t Find Peace by Powerwolves.

Via Revolver Magazine 

Hailing from Merrimack Valley region of Massachusetts, POWERWOLVES unleash their own brand of heavy, metallic hardcore. With the release of their demo in the spring of 2010, POWERWOLVES played any and every show they were offered, appearing nonstop throughout the Northeast and garnering themselves a solid following. POWERWOLVES began recording their debut full-length in early 2011 at Format Audio with Ryan Stack (LATE NITE WARS, THE EFFORT). Titled, You Won’t Find Peace, the album was released on Panic Records on August 30th.

You Won’t Find Peace displays everything that you’ve come to love in a hardcore band-brutality, heaviness, aggression, and intelligent lyrics. You Won’t Find Peace from beginning to end is sure to wreck your life. It’s only a matter of time before POWERWOLVES find themselves referenced alongside bands like RINGWORM, THE HOPE CONSPIRACY, and PULLING TEETH, as they are just that good.

Here is the tracklist for “You Won’t Find Peace”

1. Behind This Face

2. The Chaos You Made

3. You Won’t Find Peace

4. Heavy Lies The Crown

5. Yesterdays

6. My Eyes Are Open

7. Welcome The End

8. They Keep Us

9. Night Of The Long Fangs

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Article by Matthew Dickson

THIS IS HELL Announces Details For Their Upcoming Album ‘Black Mass’

LONG ISLAND, NY – Long Island’s veteran hardcore metal group, This Is Hell, has announced that its fourth studio album, Black Mass, will see an October 11th release on Rise Records, confirming the identity of the mysterious website, AllRiseForTheBlackMass.com. The teaser site has seen a complete update, including a YouTube stream of the brand new track, “Black Mass.”

“The new album takes the crossover and metal influences from last album to much greater extremes and the end product was Black Mass, by far the heaviest and thrashiest songs we’ve written and recorded,” said guitarist, Rick Jimenez.

“Lyrically this album touches on issues we haven’t dove into before. Social injustice as a whole is a recurring theme. Persistence and empowerment are familiar themes with us that I’ve revisited, but with an even more aggressive outlook than before.”

Black Mass, the follow-up to the 2010 release, Weight of the World, was recorded earlier this summer at Killingsworth Studio in Valley Village, CA with producer, Tomas Costanza. 

“The artwork was done by Will Blood, an amazing English illustrator/artist that we’ve worked with on shirts and designs before,” added Jimenez. “The concept came from some lyrics and underlying themes from the album and Will really took the ball and ran with it. Whether someone takes the art at sheer superficial face value, or really absorbs the details and subtleties of it, it’s an extremely powerful piece of artwork. I feel the same way about the music and especially the lyrics on this new record.”
This Is Hell will hit the road next month for a North American tour with Underoath, Comeback Kid and The Chariot.
“We’re very excited for our upcoming tour with Underoath, Comeback Kid, and The Chariot,” said vocalist, Travis Reilly. “We’ve toured many times with Comeback Kid and we look forward to spending more time with them and meeting the other guys. It’s going to be great to play some new songs for a bunch of new faces.”
Stay tuned for more information on This Is Hell and Black Mass.

You can check out the tracklist below:

1. Acid Rain

2. Black History

3. Salt the Earth

4. Black Mass

5. The Wars: Part I

6. Mi Nombre

7. The Last Outlaw

8. Demons

9. The Reckoning

10. The Wars: Part II 

2011 tour w/ Underoath, Comback Kid and The Chariot:

Sept. 15 – Fayetteville, AR – Rogue

Sept. 17 – Ft. Collins, CO – Aggie Theatre

Sept. 19 – Tucson, AZ – The Rock

Sept. 20 – West Hollywood, CA – Key Club

Sept. 21 – Pomona, CA – Glasshouse

Sept. 22 – Ventura, CA – Ventura Theatre

Sept. 23 – Santa Clara, CA – The Avalon

Sept. 24 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades

Sept. 26 – Seattle, WA – Neumo’s

Sept. 27 – Vancouver, BC, Canada – Venue

Sept. 30 – Edmonton, AB, Canada – Avenue Theatre

Oct. 01 – Calgary, AB, Canada – The Gateway

Oct. 02 – Regina, SK, Canada – Riddell Centre

Oct. 03 – Winnipeg, MB, Canada – The Garrick Centre

Oct. 04 – Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock

Oct. 06 – Covington, KY – Radiodown

Oct. 07 – London, ON, Canada – London Music Hall

Oct. 08 – Montreal, QC, Canada – La Tulipe

Oct. 10 – Quebec City, QC, Canada – Theatre Imperial

Oct. 11 – Manchester, NH – Rocko’s

Oct. 12 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance

Oct. 13 – Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club

Oct. 14 – Norfolk, VA – The NorVa

Oct. 15 – Springfield, VA – Jaxx

Oct. 17 – Huntington, WV – The Big Sandy Superstore Arena

Oct. 18 – Chattanooga, TN – The Warehouse

Oct. 19 – Jacksonville, FL – Free Bird Live

Oct. 20 – St. Petersburg, FL – The State Theatre 

Check out This Is Hell on Facebook here: facebook.com/thisishellny

And on Myspace here: myspace.com/thisishell

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Article by Matthew Dickson

‘Like Moths To Flames’ Forced to Drop Off This Fall’s IGNITOUR, And Also Releases a Full-Length Album on Rise Records Set For Nov 8th

Like Moths To Flames – Real Talk via RISE RECORDS

Native Columbus, OH band Like Moths To Flames (Rise Records) have regrettably been forced to bow out of their run on this fall’s IGNITOUR which they were to begin on September 2nd. The band has released the following statement:

 “Due to the departure of our bass player, Aaron Douglas, combined with a delay in the studio completion due to Hurricane Irene, we regret to inform everyone that we will have to drop off the upcoming INGNITOUR with Ice Nine Kills and An Early Ending.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, but without a solid lineup, we don’t want to disservice our fans in any capacity.  We are going to finish up at the studio, head home and prepare for our two upcoming fall tours: Close Your Eyes/The Color Morale tour and then Thrash and Burn.  We’re super stoked on how our record is turning out and can’t wait for you guys to hear it.  We’re working on a plan to release a few tracks prior to our November 8th release date”

Like Moths To Flames has also announced a change to the lineup in the wake of Douglas’ departure. Eli Ford (ex-My Ticket Home) has joined the band and will take on guitar duties while Aaron Evans will move from guitar to bass.

You can check them out on facebook here: facebook.com/likemoths 

And if you do the whole twittering thing, you can tweet them here: twitter.com/lmtf

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Article by Matthew Dickson

Migrate Music Video Premiere: Transit – Long Lost Friends

Transit has a new album coming out called Listen And Forgive on October 4th. Their new album will be on Rise Records and features their latest single Long Lost Friends. Transit also put together a music video for their newest track, and you can watch it below:

My favorite part about the video itself is the random appearance of a Telletubbie at the 2:43 mark.

Transit – Long Lost Friends

 

Article by Matthew Dickson

Listen: That’s Outrageous! – Headshot At The Ballet Recital

The Poughkeepsie, NY screamo band That’s Outrageous! has just streamed their new song Headshot At The Ballet Recital. The new track is off of their upcoming album Teenage Scream, set to be released July 19th on Rise Records.