ANIMAL HOUSE SXSW EDITION w/ Fallen From Aether, My Iron Lung, The News Can Wait + More!

Fallen From Aether LIVE @ ANIMAL HOUSE SXSW

Fallen From Aether is very proud to announce our first scheduled show at SXSW March 15th! We will be rocking the Dizzy Rooster around 1:00 p.m. along with My Iron Lung, hailing from California and another Texas band, The News Can Wait.

We’re really excited about jamming and we can’t wait to deliver a great beer-guzzling show. This show is going to kick off a series of shows for us in 2013, and we’re ready to set the year on fire! We will be updating our show schedule very soon to keep you all up to the minute with what we’re doing.

Also, right now we’re in the painstaking recording process, but once it’s all done we’ll have some new music to make your ears bleed. We would like to release a full length EP sometime early this summer, and we’ll keep you posted. We’re really appreciative of the support and attention we’ve been getting lately and we can’t wait to have more music released.

Keep checking back here on our blog, we’ll be posting some cool videos of us on the road and of course of the shows as well. We’re busy working our asses off to bring the best quality heavy rock music possible and the best live shows.

Fallen From Aether

Fallen From Aether

Candid Acoustic Performance by Matt Heafy of TRIVIUM

TRIVIUM is currently on tour with AS I LAY DYING, CALIBAN, & UPON A BURNING BODY but guitarist Matt Heafy had time to play an acoustic set

Matt Heafy with the Florida metal band TRIVIUM stopped by the 2112 Restaurant last Thursday, November, 1st for a special acoustic performance. The 2112 Restaurant also happens to be owned by metalheads Peter Iwers (bass) and Björn Gelotte (guitar) from the Swedish metal band IN FLAMES. Heafy played an acoustic version of Opeth’s ‘Harvest’ and IN FLAMES’ ‘Dawn of a New Day’. TRIVIUM’S last album ‘In Waves’ sold 22,000 copies and was recorded at Paint It Black Studios in Orlando, Florida. The band worked with Colin Richardson on the album who has a track record of working with profound bands such as MACHINE HEAD, FEAR FACTORY, SLIPKNOT and many others. Check out a video of the candid performance below.

 

-Katana

New Music Tuesday: 11/06/2012

It’s that time again for some new rock music. Here are the latest releases for the realm of rock and metal music. Which one will you be listening to?

New Music Releases for 11/06/2012

ALL THAT REMAINS– A WAR YOU CANNOT WIN
AEROSMITH– MUSIC FROM ANOTHER DIMENSION
GRAVEYARD– LIGHTS OUT
GEOFF TATE– KINGS & THIEVES
HIM– TWO DECADES OF LOVE METAL
MEGADETHCOUNTDOWN TO EXTINCTION
DORO– RAISE YOUR FIST
DETHKLOKDETHALBUM III
OTEP– SOUNDS LIKE ARMAGEDDON
TIAMAT– SCARRED PEOPLE

Soundgarden’s King Animal album is the newest collection of songs from the group in 16 years.

Soundgarden also has their entire album available for streaming now on Itunes. In a recent interview, drummer Matt Cameron explains to The Pulse of Radio how Soundgarden was initially viewed by their local areas. “In our scene up here in the Northwest in the ’80s and ’90s, we were sometimes considered to be the RUSH of Seattle, just because we could sort of play our instruments maybe better than most bands. [laughs] We never really tried to flaunt any musical chops, but we always had pretty diverse tastes. We had a lot of really cool influences amongst ourselves that we tried to infuse in the music.” states Cameron.

“King Animal” track listing:

01. Been Away Too Long
02. Non-State Actor
03. By Crooked Steps
04. A Thousand Days Before
05. Blood On The Valley Floor
06. Bones Of Birds
07. Taree
08. Attrition
09. Black Saturday
10. Halfway There
11. Worse Dreams
12. Eyelid’s Mouth
13. Rowing
 

-Katana

Prog-Metal Band Intervals Releases EP ‘In Time’

 The In Time EP is an auditory experience to be enjoyed

My ears were very pleased with the decision I’ve made. The soundscape that Intervals creates is jolting & thrilling to listen to. Intervals is filled with heavy thrashing riffs, hard- hitting drums, and creatively placed electronic sounds. I haven’t heard anything like this in a while so it’s quite refreshing for me. I know they’re instrumental prog metal, but being a vocalist, I couldn’t help but notice some distinct places where if there had been a voice to fill it, it would be one of the bands more popular songs for sure. ; ) I think the whole EP is amazing and better the 2nd or 3rd time around. Just hear it for yourself.

– Katana