Slipknot Rebrands Knotfest.com Launches As a New Global Content Destination 

Slipknot has reinvented its flagship site Knotfest.com website as a new global content destination, showcasing art, music, culture & media for the rock & metal community. It will come to fans directly from artists and leading genre content creators. The have announced new exclusive shows, including the Electric Theater interview series, hosted by M. Shawn “Clown” Crahan. To celebrate the launch in explosive fashion and marking what would have been the kick-off weekend of the highly anticipated Knotfest Roadshow US tour, Knotfest.com will be hosting an exclusive Knotfest Roadshow streaming event this Friday, May 29th at 3pm PDT. Interviews with Interviews from Slipknot, Underoath and Code Orange.

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Tesseract Books European Tour, New Album Due Next Month

UK progressive metal giants Tesseract have booked a European tour for later in 2018 to go along with their previously announced slate of US tour dates and summer festival shows. These new dates will come with support from Between The Buried And Me and Plini. All dates will support their new album, Sonder, releasing on April 20th via Kscope Music. Tickets go on sale 9th March at 9am GMT / 10am CET at the link below.

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Life Of Agony Confirm Upcoming Shows

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Life Of Agony have confirmed two upcoming shows with Doyle, Heavygrinder and Blackest, prior to their upcoming European festival appearances.

May 01: The Wick – Brooklyn, NY
May 02: The Wick – Brooklyn, NY
Jun 12: Greenfield Festival – Nickelsdorf (AT)
Jun 15: Effenaar – Eindhoven (NL)
Jun 16: Markthalle – Hamburg (DE)
Jun 18: Copenhell Festival – Copenhagen (DK)
Jun 19: Graspop Festival – Dessel (BE)
Jun 21: Hellfest – Clisson (FR)

Faith No More Release Touring Schedule

Photo Credit: Dustin Rabin Photography

Photo Credit: Dustin Rabin Photography

Faith No More has released an extensive schedule of upcoming tour stops.

Apr 15: PNE Forum – Vancouver, BC (w/ Christeene)
Apr 16: Paramount Theater – Seattle, WA (w/ Christeene)
Apr 17: Keller Auditorium – Portland, OR (w/ Christeene)
Apr 19: Warfield – San Francisco, CA (w/ La Plebe)
Apr 20: Warfield – San Francisco, CA (w/Frightwig)
Apr 22: The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA (w/HO9909)
Apr 23: The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA (w/Urinals)
Apr 24: The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA (w/Flatbush)
Apr 25: The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
May 07: Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL (w/ Le Butcherettes)
May 08: The Hillmore – Detroit, MI (w/ Le Butcherettes)
May 09: Sony Centre For The Performing Arts – Toronto, ON (w/ Le Butcherettes)
May 11: Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA (w/ Le Butcherettes)
May 13: Webster Hall – New York, NY (w/ Le Butcherettes)
May 14: Webster Hall – New York, NY (w/ Le Butcherettes)
May 15: Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA (w/ Le Butcherettes)
May 29: Rock Im Revier – Glesenkirchen (DE)
May 31: Rockavaria – Munchen (DE)
Jun 02: Sonisphere – Milan (DE)
Jun 04: Vienna Rocks Festival – Vienna (AT)
Jun 05: Rock For People Festival – Hradec Kralove (CZ)
Jun 06: Zitadelle Spandau – Berlin (DE)
Jun 12: Pinkpop Festival – Landgraaf (NL)
Jun 13: Download Festival – Castle Donington (UK)
Jun 20: Hellfest – Clisson (FR)
Jun 21: Graspop Festival – Dessel (BE)
Jun 23: Sporthalle Hamburg – Hamburg (DE)
Jun 26: Bravalla Festival – Norrkoping (SW)
Jun 27: Provinssirock Festival – Seinajoki (FI)
Jun 28: Tinderbox 2015 – Odense (DK)
Jul 26: Austin Music Hall – Austin, TX
Jul 27: South Side Ballroom – Dallas, TX
Jul 28: Bayou Music Center – Houston, TX
Jul 30: Masquerade Music Park – Atlanta, GA (with Refused)
Jul 31: Red Hat Amphitheatre – Raleigh, NC (with Refused)
Aug 01: Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Philadelphia, PA (w/ Refused)
Aug 02: Merriweather Post Pavillion – Columbia, MS (w/ Refused)
Aug 04: Blue Hills Banks Pavillion – Boston, MA (w/ Refused)
Aug 05: Madison Square Garden – New York, NY (w/ Refused)
Aug 07: Heavy Montreal 2015 – Montreal, QC
Aug 07: Ricoh Coliseum – Toronto, ON (w/ Refused)
Sept 25: Rock In Rio – Rio de Janeiro (BR)

Morgoth Part Ways With Marc Grewe, Recruit ex-Disbelief Vocalist, Upcoming Shows

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German death metallers Morgoth have parted ways with long time vocalist Marc Grewe and replaced him with Karsten “Jagger” Jager from Disbelief. He is currently handling all the vocals on their forthcoming album Ungod, as well as their upcoming live shows.

Stream the unmixed versions of the new record here.

Ungod will be released on March 30th in Europe and April 7th in North America via Century Media Records and will be celebrated with a string of very special release club shows in Germany with support by DESERTED FEAR, as well as local opening acts to be announced soon. See below for dates:

Dec 20: Metalowa Wigilia 2014- Warsaw (Poland) – Progresja
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Jan 17: Break The Silence Festival – Dippoldiswalde / Dresden (Germany)
www.breakthesilence.de / www.facebook.com/8reakthe5ilence
Feb 20: Blastfest – Bergen (Norway)
www.blastfest.no / www.facebook.com/blastfestival

MORGOTH + DESERTED FEAR & local supports / Ungod album release shows:
Mar 26: Bambi Galore – Hamburg (Germany)
Mar 27: Cassiopeia – Berlin (Germany)
Mar 28: Cafe Cairo – Würzburg (Germany)
Mar 29: AJZ Bahndamm – Wermelskirchen (Germany)

MORGOTH live 2014/2015:
19.-21.06.2015 – Copenhagen (Denmark) – Copenhell Festival
19.-21.06.2015 – Dessel (Belgium) – Graspop Metal Meeting
19.-21.06.2015 – Clisson (France) – Hellfest
13.-15.08.2015 – Dinkelsbühl (Germany) – Summer Breeze Open Air

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