Entries tagged with: Grave
by Fred Pessaro
Impalers at Red 7 May 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
As mentioned, on Saturday (8/17) The Acheron will host The Impalers with Vaaska, Back to Back and Missionary, part of the Impalers/Vaaska tour. Its a night of ripping hardcore/punk and surely worth the piddling $8 at the door. But even if you can't swing it, you can STILL see the show by entering to win a pair of tickets. Details on how to win are below.
Don't forget that every week, you can tune into Invisible Oranges on East Village Radio on Tuesday at 10 PM Eastern to listen for the latest and greatest in the heavy underground. If you missed it, check out this week's episode with Pitchfork editor Brandon Stosuy in the EVR archives and you can check out the playlist too. Tune in Tuesday (8/20) at 10PM ET.
Meanwhile, in the past week on InvisibleOranges we checked out new tracks from Pinkish Black, Twilight of the Gods, Pentagram (Chile) and Grave. We also took time out to review the Aerial Ruin / Stevie Floyd split and the new Fyrnask, as well as get really hyped on Vhol's current tour.
For more metal/hardcore/punk shows, head to our fancy new NYC Metal Show Calendar. It rules.
Details on how to win tickets and a stream of some Impalers material, plus the entirety of the Integrity Palm Sunday video from 2006, are below.
Pallbearer at Knitting Factory, September 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Decibel Magazine has compiled their annual list of top 40 albums of the year. As usual, there are some surprises but the 2012 top ten is basically a list of nine veterans with only a single newcomer to the bunch. The full list of top records of the year according to Decibel Magazine is below, along with a tweet from the winning band. Buy your copy HERE.
photos by Jonathan McPhail
Morbid Angel at BB King Blues Club, 9/27/2012
The return of death metal greats Morbid Angel to the stage was a long time coming. The legendary Floridian crew headlined BB King Blues Club on 9/26 alongside appearances from their tourmates and black metal pummelers Dark Funeral, Swedish death metal tyrants Grave, and Vadimvon.
Pictures of the last three bands are below, along with their setlists (we missed Vadimvon). The four are currently about a quarter of the way through a full US tour, one that concludes in Texas in mid-October.
Morbid Angel at Maryland Deathfest (more by BBG)
Just days after playing Maryland Deathfest,
Nikki Sixx David Vincent and Morbid Angel will hit the road for a string of US dates with Dark Funeral and Grave. Kicking off in Atlanta and going coast to coast, the tour includes an NYC stop at BB King's on 9/26. Ticketing info is still forthcoming. The dates are in celebration of the band's recent LP, Illud Divinum Insanus, which which received a remix treatment recently via label Season of Mist, morphing the already industrial heavy tracks with techno and electro.
Full listing of tour dates, plus related audio and video streams, are below.
photos by Greg Cristman, words by BBG
Grave @ Gramercy Theatre
Sweden's Grave cast a death metal shadow over Labor Day Weekend with an appearance at Gramercy Theater on September 3rd. Featuring support from Blood Red Throne, Pathology, and Gigan, the Gramercy date was just a few days into the band's North American tour which stretches until the tail end of September and concludes with a date in Tempe, Arizona on 9/22. Full tour dates are below.
The tour dates are in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Grave's Into The Grave, which the band performed in its entirety at Gramercy Theater along with other favorites. Check out the setlist, more pictures and some video of the band in action, below...
by Black Bubblegum
Intronaut is about to get prehistoric on dat azz, when the new LP Prehistoricisms (full tracklisting below) hits the shelves on September 16th via their new label Century Media. Metalkult has a preview in the form of "Australopithecus" which is downloadable at their site. .Tickets are still on sale for their show at Knitting Factory on August 8th with Behold The Arctopus, Mouth Of The Architect, Deadsea, and Wetnurse (one helluva bill). Mouth Of The Architect drops Quietly this week and Wetnurse drops Invisible City on September 30th. Deadsea's S/T record is out now, catch it at their myspace. "Prehistoricisms" album art there to the right.
I have heard from a very credible source that the mighty sunn 0))) will return to NYC to play a special show in celebration of the ten year anniversary of The Grimmrobe Demos. Um, yowsers. As details come in, you'll get em.
Sweden's Burst have posted two new tracks from and announced a release date for (September 16th in the US) their new record Lazarus Bird. Dig on "Cripple God" and "(We Watched) The Silver Rain" streaming at their myspace. The band has commented "Expect an album that will NOT be Origo Part 2, but something new", and if this is any indication, should be a good 'un.
Speaking of good 'uns, the Bowery Ballroom show on July 25th featuring Early Man, Valient Thorr, and the mighty Monotonix should be a grand ole time. Wanna get in gratis? Email us at BVCONTESTS@HOTMAIL.COM (subject: Denim Vests) with your first & last name, and we'll randomly pick two winners and drop 'em a pair of tickets each.
Lions Of Tsavo, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Akimbo, Obituary and more below...