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Neurosis announces July 2017 North American Tour

Heavy music visionaries, Neurosis, have announced a new West Coast North American tour with Converge and Amenra in July.

Neurosis recently announced June European tour dates, which will see them supported by labelmates Deafkids throughout the European club circuit, followed by separate performances at the massive Graspop and Hellfest gatherings.

Neurosis announces June 2018 European Tour

Neurosis announces their return to Europe this June with a selection of festival appearances and club shows.

Supporting Neurosis on all club performances will be friends and labelmates Deafkids. In Bologna Converge is also on the bill, and in Lausanne, Wolves In The Throne Room will join the show.

In addition to purchasing tickets via the usual options, Neurosis has also made a limited run of physical tickets available for the club shows. Find out where to obtain them via the My Proud Mountain store here. Watch for more Neurosis news to follow in the coming days.

Twitching Tongues announce Spring 2018 US Tour

On March 9th, 2018, Twitching Tongues will release their new album, “Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred”, via Metal Blade Records.

In support of this release, the band will hit the road the following week with Hatebreed, Crowbar, and Acacia Strain, before heading out on a headlining tour in the USA. See below for all dates!

US Tour Dates 2018:
Mar. 16 – The Westcott Theater – Syracuse, NY
Mar. 17 – The Machine Shop – Flint, MI
Mar. 18 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
Mar. 19 – Mr. Smalls Theatre – Millvale, PA

Twitching Tongues to release new studio album “Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred” on March 9th 2018

On March 9th, 2018, Twitching Tongues will release their new album, “Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred”, via Metal Blade Records.

For a first preview of “Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred”, the video for the new single “Harakiri” (directed by David Brodsky / davidsbrodsky.com) can be viewed below.

Click here to pre-order the album in the following formats:
• CD
• Ultra clear vinyl + download card (limited to 500 copies – USA exclusive)

Rig Time! to release new studio album “War” on October 20th 2017

La Crosse, WI bruisers Rig Time! will release sophomore album “War” on October 20th, 2017, via Innerstrength Records.

Album track “Vengeance” is now streaming below.

Pre-order “War” here.

Following full-length “Sick of It” (2016) and two EP's (2014's “Awful” and 2015's “Devout”), all of which were self-released, the band's forthcoming debut for Innerstrength is best described in the band's own words: “Heavy”.

Iron Monkey to release new studio album “9-13” on October 20th 2017

Cult UK doom/sludge outfit Iron Monkey return with “9-13”, their first new full-length in almost two decades.

After disbanding in 1999 due to the death of their original singer J.P. Morrow, the group has reformed for phase two of their mission.

Recorded in their hometown of Nottingham in Spring 2017 A.D. with producer Johnny A. Carter, “9-13” is 9 songs and 48 minutes of total nihilism.

Inter Arma anounces August and September 2017 North American Tour

Virginia’s Inter Arma has announced North American tour dates throughout August and September.

The band will perform headlining concerts from August 5-17 then appear at the third annual Psycho Las Vegas the weekend of August 18-20.

Afterward, Inter Arma will provide support for Pelican from August 21-26 with additional headline shows to follow.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 5. All confirmed tour dates below.

Additionally, Inter Arma has shared a trance-inducing video for the title-track from 2016’s critically acclaimed full-length “Paradise Gallows”. Watch the video, directed by Jordan Vance, below.

Iron Monkey signs to Relapse Records

Relapse Records is extremely proud to announce the signing of cult UK doom/sludge outfit Iron Monkey.

Heavily influenced by the nihilistic sound of groups like Eyehategod, Buzzov*en, Floor and Grief, Iron Monkey originally formed in Nottingham, England in 1994 and released two full-lengths (1997’s Self-Titled debut and 1998’s “Our Problem”), a live album and a split with Church Of Misery before splitting in 1999.