Entries tagged with: Call of the Void
photo: Enabler at Acheron in 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Enabler, the now Ohio-based hardcore masters (not to be confused with Enablers, who play with Kayo Dot soon), are in the studio working on a new full-length titled Fail To Feel Safe, slated for release in "early summer 2015." The record is being produced by Greg Thomas, who worked on their 2012 effort All Hail The Void and was previously a guitarist in the band.
Enabler are currently out on the road, playing shows around the country with Call of the Void (whose new album is out now on Relapse) through the rest of the month and into early March. The band makes a stop in NYC at Saint Vitus on March 8 sans Call of the Void but with support from Hivesmasher, Moon Tooth and Shitkill. Tickets for the show are available now.
All of Enabler's upcoming dates and a stream of All Hail The Void below...
Ringworm at Acheron, Jan 2013 (more by Keith Marlowe)
Cleveland's Ringworm have completed a new three-song 10-inch for their new label home, Relapse Records. The effort, Bleed, will see release on September 17.
Look for the band to hit the road for a swing of dates with Howl and Call of the Void thereafter, hitting the Northeast/Midwest for shows including October 3 at Saint Vitus with death metal wunderkind Noisem. Ticketing info is on the way If you need your Ringworm fix before that, head down to Baltimore on Friday for A389 Summer Extermination) with will also feature Municipal Waste, Full of Hell, Power Trip and more. Full tour schedule and Ringworm audio is below....
Inter Arma at Invisible Oranges SXSW 2013 day party (more by Greg Cristman)
After part of the docket was revealed last week, Scion Rock Fest have announced the entirety of their 2013 lineup which happens in Memphis Tennessee on June 1. Testament and Melvins claim the top slots, while additional bands announced for the fest are Municipal Waste, Whitechapel, The Obsessed (!), Corrosion of Conformity, The Casualties, Negative Approach, Pallbearer, Six Feet Under, Impaled, Vision of Disorder, Royal Thunder, Vektor, Arsis, A Life Once Lost, Touché Amoré, Code Orange Kids, The Gates of Slumber, Hot Lunch, Rotting Out, The Shrine, Ice Dragon, Call of the Void (who recently played NYC), Subrosa, Gigan, Anciients, Dirty Streets, Inter Arma, Complete Failure, Indian Handcrafts and Noisem.
SRF is free but RSVP (which opens on April 10) is required.
In related news, Inter Arma, who recently played the Invisible Oranges Day Party at The Jr (pictures HERE), have been announced, along with Sannhet, as support for the NYC date of the Intronaut tour, set for Saint Vitus on June 15. Tickets are on sale.
If you missed it, pictures from the official Invisible Oranges SXSW night showcase are available HERE, featuring shots of Pallbearer, John Baizley with Mel from Royal Thunder and Bruce Lamont, Mutilation Rites, Full of Hell, KEN Mode and Homewrecker.
Check out a video from Inter Arma's daytime set below...
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
Buckshot Facelift @ Leftfield 3/25/2013
Long Island grind crew Buckshot Facelift headlined Leftfield on the Lower East Side last night (3/25), playing a show with touring grind-y d-beaters Call of the Void and Ambassador Gun. It's Not Night, It's Space opened the evening.
Call of the Void are currently closing up the last few shows of their tour. More pics from last night's show, plus video, are below.
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
Couple of important changes to note: Psychic Limb has been added to Floor/Thrones show at Saint Vitus on March 29, and tickets are still available but not for long. Call of the Void's previously discussed show has been moved to Left Field on March 25 (87 Ludlow).
Russian Circles at Saint Vitus is now sold out! Hope you got tickets.
Is KEN Mode responsible for the Brooklynization of metal? Check out the article, which neglects to mention the fact that Pitchfork covered metal for years before writer Brandon Stosuy moved the column to Stereogum.
Grind and Punishment has a must-read oral history on the great Anodyne.
That's it for this week. A list of all Evillive-approved shows for the next two weeks, a stream of all of the new Iron Lung, along with streams of new Altar of Plagues and Uncle Acid, are below
by Kelly Kettering
If you find yourself longing for the mathy-without-forsaking-brutality Mastodon and Converge albums of yesteryear, Colorado's Call of the Void is a band you are going to want to sit up and pay attention to. The band formerly known as Ironhorse is prepping Dragged Down A Dead End Path for a March 19 lift-off, and we've got the newest single, "Bottom Feeder", right here for your eagerly awaiting eardrums. Erupting in brutality within milliseconds while also maintaining the straight line of a severe hard rock edge, you will enjoy all one minute and forty four seconds of this song, guaranteed. Check it out below for the first time.
Call of The Void is on the road starting next week, kicking off a campaign of darkness toward the clusterfuck known as SXSW. New York will get a look on their return home, with the band damning March 25 at The Place with Buckshot Facelift, Ambassador Gun and It's Not Night, It's Space. All tour dates are listed below.