Shinedown, Godsmack, Five Finger Death Punch, Live, Taking Back Sunday, Seether, Skillet Booked For Inkcarceration 2019

Last year’s inaugural Inkcarceration Fest in Ohio was a smash! The fest is back in 2019 and looks big with Shinedown, Godsmack, Five Finger Death Punch, +Live+, Taking Back Sunday, Seether, Skillet among the bands playing over three days in July 12th– 14th at the Historic Ohio State Reformatory. Ohio State Reformatory, a.k.a. Shawshank Prison, in Mansfield, OH – will feature over 30 bands on two outdoor stages, 70 tattoo artists, reformatory tours, gourmet food trucks, the best drinks and for the first time, the haunted house attraction, Escape from Blood Prison! The full line-up and links to buy tickets below. Watch the teaser for the fest now. Continue reading

One Eyed Doll And Eyes Set To Kill Book Co-Headline Tour

One Eyed Doll and Eyes Set To Kill co headline tour

Visionary indie rockers One-Eyed Doll and alt-metallers Eyes Set To Kill have booked a co-headline tour for this spring. Dubbed The “Visions Tour 2016”. Open Your Eyes has been picked as the opener. Tickets are on sale now at this link. All dates are below with venues TBA. The distinctive tour poster art was created by The Weird World of Aaron Bordner.

One-Eyed Doll and Eyes Set To Kill, #VisionsTour 2016 dates, venues TBA
Mar 16: Salt Lake City, UT
Mar 17 : Grand Junction, CO
Mar 18 : Denver, CO
Mar 19: Colorado Springs, CO
Mar 20: Omaha, NE
Mar 23: New Orleans, LA
Mar 24: Pensacola, FL
Mar 25: Jacksonville, FL
Mar 26: St. Petersburg, FL
Mar 27: Orlando, FL
Mar 30: Nashville, TN
Mar 31: Knoxville, TN
Apr 01: Jacksonville, NC
Apr 02: Baltimore, MD
Apr 03: Trenton, NJ
Apr 05: New York, NY
Apr 06: Allentown, PA
Apr 07: Cleveland, OH
Apr 08: Danville, IL
Apr 09: ChiCAgo, IL
Apr 10: Indianapolis, IN
Apr 12: St. Louis, MO
Apr 13: Kansas City, MO
Apr 14: Oklahoma City, Ok
Apr 15: Fort Worth, TX
Apr 16: Austin, TX
Apr 19: Houston, TX
Apr 20: Corpus Christi, TX
Apr 21: San Antonio, TX
Apr 22: Lubbock, TX
Apr 23: Albuquerque, NM
Apr 24: Phoenix, AZ
Apr 27: Hollywood, CA
Apr 28: Anaheim, CA
Apr 29: San Fransisco, CA
Apr 30: Sacramento, CA

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Rock N Shock Announces Hatebreed, Soulfly, Sanctuary and Soilwork

rock and shock 2016 first band announcement

The 12th edition of the annual Rock and Shock Festival has announced its first wave of musical acts for 2015, taking the stage at The Worcester Palladium in Worcester MA. Hatebreed will be the headliner, performing a special 20th anniversary, retrospective set. They will be joined by Soulfly, Sanctuary, Soilwork, Decapitated, Shattered Sun, Brick By Brick, Crumbsuckers, Get Scared, Eyes Set To Kill, The Rocking Dead, New Volume, Twiztid, Blaze, Boondox, Prozak, Wolfpac, Scum, Kissing Candice, and more bands tbd. This is added to the acclaimed horror convention portion of the event taking place at the DCU Center next door, headlined by film legend George A. Romero, actor Doug Bradley, American Horror Story actress Naomi Grossman, WWF Wrestling legend Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka and more.



From Facebook :

SPOILER ALERT! After providing you with a handful of the talented guests that will be appearing at the convention at the DCU Center, we are giving YOU a sneak peak of a portion of our music lineup for the Rock and Shock concert at the Worcester Palladium! Some of the bands that will be performing this year include: Hatebreed (playing their 20th anniversary set), Soulfly, Sanctuary, Soilwork, Decapitated, Shattered Sun, Brick By Brick, Crumbsuckers, Get Scared, Eyes Set To Kill, The Rocking Dead, New Volume, Twiztid, Blaze, Boondox, Prozak, Wolfpac, Scum, Kissing Candice, and many more to be announced!! Stay tuned for more exciting news coming your way!

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Posted by Rock And Shock on Friday, June 26, 2015


Down, Pop Evil, Coal Chamber, Fear Factory, etc Confirmed For Dirtfest 2015

dirt fest 2015

Dirt Fest 2015 has been set for August 7 and 8, 2015 at the Birch Run Expo Center in Birch Run, MI. The lineup for the two day event will consist of the following confirmed acts:

Pop Evil
Coal Chamber
Kottonmouth Kings
Fear Factory
King 810
Upon A Burning Body
Murder FM
From Ashes To New
Beyond Threshold
Blue Felix
Another Lost Year
Eyes Set To Kill
Child Bite
The Bad Chapter
The Convalescence
Below The Tide
Beast In The Field
Critical Bill
Autumn Coma
Through The Ashes
It Lies Within
Kid Brother Collective
Monsieur White
Brody And The Busch Road Trio
Bulletproof Snow
Five Hundredth Year
H.R. Rustica
My Perfect Nightmare
Sins In Stereo
The 2nd System
The Persevering Promise
The Finale
This Is Life This Is Living
Black Flower Blossom
Drawn To Fury
For These Reasons I Believe
Hell Rides North
Concrete Angels

Dead Rabbitts Release “Deer In The Headlights” Video, US Tour

Dead Rabbitts

Watch the “Deer In The Headlights” video by The Dead Rabbitts, directed by Dan Fusselman of MOTIONarmy here.

The band features Craig Mabbitt (Escape The Fate), Alex Torres (Eyes Set To Kill, Greeley Estates, Alesana), TJ Bell (Escape The Fate, Motionless In White) and Chris Julian. Their current record Shapeshifter was released via Tragic Hero Records this past summer.

They are currently on the “Get Real” tour (sponsored by Monster Energy) with The Word Alive, The Color Morale, Our Last Night, and Mkya.

Nov 11: The Rock – Tucson, AZ
Nov 12: Sunshine Theatre – Albuquerque, NM
Nov 13: Tricky Falls – El Paso, TX
Nov 14: Korova – San Antonio, TX
Nov 15: The Door – Dallas, TX
Nov 16: Scout Bar – Houston, TX
Nov 18: The Orpheum – Tampa, FL
Nov 19: Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Nov 20: Underbelly – Jacksonville, FL
Nov 21: The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
Nov 22: Greene Street Club – Greensboro, NC
Nov 23: Empire – West Springfield, VA
Nov 25: Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
Nov 26: The Palladium – Worcester, MA
Nov 28: Reverb – Reading, PA
Nov 29: Gramercy Theater – New York, NY
Nov 30: Compuware Sports Arena – Plymouth, MI
Dec 01: Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, PA
Dec 02: Waiting Room – Buffalo, NY
Dec 03: Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
Dec 04: Mojoes – Joliet, IL
Dec 05: Amsterdam – St. Paul, MN
Dec 06: Blue Moose – Iowa City, IA
Dec 07: Fubar – St. Louis, MO
Dec 09: Granada Theatre – Lawrence, KS
Dec 10: Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO
Dec 11: In The Venue – Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 13: Mesa, AZ @ The Nile Theatre


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Eyes Set to Kill – Masks

635082778371520954 Just wow! That was my first thought on hearing Eyes Set to Kill’s fifth album Masks (Century Media Records). Masks is night and day away from their previous work, while still keeping a familiar tone throughout. It’s by far the heaviest and thrashiest album by the band to date. There are some breakdowns, some blasting, and everything in between on here. This is their best sounding album too, with Steve Evetts having produced a sonic masterpiece. Now, on to the songs!


From the eerie to brutal intro of ‘Masks’ you get a the feeling this isn’t the same band you thought you knew. Everything about the band is just better and their growth is impressive. Whether they’re singing together or against each other; Alexia Rodriguez and Cisko Miranda’s vocal styles compliment each other. It’s evident on tracks like ‘Nothing Left to Say’ and ‘The Lost and Forgotten’ . On ‘Surface’ Alexia vocals sound so gritty and angelic, you feel the passion in her words. The standout track overall is ‘True Colors’. Cisko sounds like a starving animal, waiting to feed. Meanwhile Alexias’ guitar work is peppered with a melodic thrash tint with a little NYHC thrown in for good measure. Her solo just sends this song over the top for me.


Anissa Rodriguez has a cutting low end that runs through so effortlessly. She has a dirtiness to her playing as heard on ‘Where I Want To Be’ and ‘Secrets Between’ reminds me of early David Ellefson and John Outcalt. ‘Little Lair’ and ‘The New Plague’ just shows Caleb Clifton is just a powerhouse of a drummer. He’s very versatile and has a hell of a groove that fits perfectly with Anissa. The drums sound so warm and rich it adds an extra layer to an already impressive album. It mellows only slightly with ‘Haze’ and brings it home with the juggernaut of ‘The Forbidden Line’. This band has changed a lot and its a very organic sounding change.



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