Theatrical Rock band In This Moment has announced plans for a 2020 headline tour of the USA. The “The In Between Tour.” Direct support will come from Black Veil Brides, DED, and Raven Black. All dates are below. Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 15 at 10am local time. In This Moment are currently working on their next album and the follow up to 2017’s Ritual. Plans for ITM’s 2020 includes new music timed to arrive in early 2020, with the new album out in the spring. Continue reading
Los Angeles theatrical rock band Raven Black has wowed audiences as the opening band on the Static-X “Wisconsin Death Trip 20th Anniversary Tour”. We personally witnessed the band win over unfamiliar crowds and turn them into fans with their music, and amazing performances. We chatted with Raven Black herself about the formation of the band, their approach to connecting with fans, the progress the band is making towards a new album, working with Dez and Anastasia Fafarra’s The Oracle Management, and much more! Continue reading
Static-X was one of the best bands to come out of the mid-late 1990s. Sure, they sprung to life during the Nu-Metal craze where every band that wasn’t a traditional heavy metal or death metal was labeled “Nu”. However, Static-X had the DNA of great Industrial Metal bands, pure and simple. When Wayne Static died in 2014, it seemed like the band as an active entity would pass out of existence, although we’d always have the songs. Great songs stand the test of time, and that’s not just lip service, it’s an undeniable truth. So when the notion of the remaining living founding members of the band coming together to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Wisconsin Death Trip (Warner Bros), it seemed like the right time. The creation of a new album of tracks featuring Wayne supported by the fans is just a bonus. This entire tour and album, both the idea of it and the execution of it witnessed on this night is a celebration and done with love and good intentions. Leave your cynicism at the door and prepare to throw down! Continue reading
Continuing their successful run of dates across the world, Static-X and Devildriver have booked additional US tour dates for 2019. Direct support will again come from Dope, Wednesday 13 and Raven Black, as the tour hits cities they missed on the first go-around. Tickets are available now via individual venues and their websites. Additionally, North American meet & greets are available now. See below for a full listing of tour dates. Continue reading
Static-X kicked off their co-headline tour with Devildriver earlier this month in Tempe Arizona at the Marquee Theater. The tour also includes Dope, Wednesday 13 and Raven Black in direct support. The tour is to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Static-X’s Wisconsin Death Trip album, to keep the music and the memory of Wayne Static (RIP) alive, and to prepare audiences for new music from the band coming soon on the fully crowd-funded seventh studio album, entitled Project Regeneration. The album will feature 12 brand new tracks and contains several vocal performances and musical compositions by Wayne himself. Ghost Cult’s Isabel Uzcategui was at the kick-off show on this not and captures the band with their masked mystery singer covering Wayne’s classic parts upfront! Will have even more coverage of the tour soon, including a full show review and an interview with the band! Continue reading
On a chilly New York night, legions of fans gathered under the moonless
sky to witness the return of the British beasts of extermination, Cradle of Filth. They ascended to a sold-out Irving Plaza to witness the destruction during the Cryptoriana – The Second Coming Of Vice tour, which is a continuation of support for their 2017 album, Cryptoriana –The Seductiveness of Decay. Supporting the tour were Hollywood shock rockers, Wednesday 13 and LA’s own Dark Metal carnies, Raven Black. Together, they put on an unforgettable show.
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