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Legendary architects of thrash metal EXODUS have revealed the track listing for their upcoming tenth studio album, Blood In Blood Out, due out in North America on October 14th.

“When I was working on the record, I was sitting around watching TV series like ‘Gangland’ and all these locked-up prison reality shows,” shares guitarist & songwriter Gary Holt.  “And I thought, ‘Yeah, that’s like EXODUS.’  It’s a brotherhood.  You bleed to get in, you bleed to get out.  I've been doing this kind of music since I was a teenager and I’ll be doing it ‘til I can’t physically do it anymore.”


1. Black 13
2. Blood In, Blood Out
3. Collateral Damage
4. Salt The Wound
5. Body Harvest
6. BTK
7. Wrapped In The Arms Of Rage
8. My Last Nerve
9. Numb
10. Honor Killings
11. Food For The Worms

Produced by Andy Sneap, Blood In Blood Out marks the first release with returning vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza since 2004’s Tempo Of The Damned and features cover illustration by Swedish artist Par Olofsson (PSYCROPTIC, ABYSMAL DAWN, REVOCATION).

The album can be pre-ordered from the Nuclear Blast USA Webshop HERE in CD, digi-pak, and 2-LP exclusive yellow vinyl formats.  Bundles include a t-shirt with exclusive artwork for North America + a poster (while supplies last).
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Everto Signum has taken black metal as an advantage by throwing together elements enhancing this genre to create something they can only call elemental black metal. That of which is their EP "Synergy", filled with aggression, passion, and flare. While of course the black metal aspect is put into effect, the vocals and instrumentals work like any other black metal outfit in existence, whether it'd be Behemoth to Belphegor, Mayhem, or even Immortal, while those guys are higher ranked, these guys come close enough on the border front at least. Everything works in their advantage, they have the skills and energy that's used within the genre, that it's contagious at times, how it all collides together. Everto Signum knows what they are doing and it shows within this genre created here, building up their energy and mind set is the skills needed to continue the tradition that will be elemental in more ways than one. 
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Avenged Sevenfold have released their first original cut version of their song "Unholy Confessions". Check it out HERE.
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Living Dead Lights has made the announcement that they have tapped Brandon Thomas (Bleed The Dream) as the band’s  new singer. This comes after the recent amicable departure of ex-vocalist Taka Tamada.

Brandon had the following to say: “Pumped as hell to join Living Dead Lights and carry on the front man duties. Singing for a band who works  hard and rocks harder is all a guy like me needs. Looking forward to seeing all the LDL fans and making some  new ones out there on the road this fall!”

The band will return to Europe in October to shoot a video for their next single “Johnny” with famed director and photographer, Andrea Giacobbe (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Garbage) and will hit the road right after  as they will embark on the Black Letters European Tour 2014. “Johnny” comes off the band’s new album  Black Letters which is available now via GB Sound.


Headlining Date:
09-26-14 Viper Room West Hollywood, CA

Living Dead Lights European Tour DatesLiving Dead Lights European Tour Dates
Dates for the Black Letters European Tour 2014:
10-11-14 Foudrock Festival – Paris, FRA
10-16-14 Seven Club – Moscow, RUS
10-17-14 Stoker Club – St. Petersburg, RUS
10-18-14 A-Club – Smolensk, RUS
10-23-14 Legend Club – Milan, ITA
10-24-14 Borderline – Pisa, ITA
10-25-14 Studio 270 – Tricesimo, ITA
10-31-14 02 Academy Islington – London, UK
11-1-14 The Alex – Southampton, UK
11-2-14 George & Dragon – Kendal, UK
11-3-14 Downstairs – Aberdeen, UK
11-4-14 Rebellion – Manchester, UK
11-5-14 Forty Two – Worthing, UK
11-6-14 Water Rats – London, UK
11-7-14 Riverside – Selby, UK
11-8-14 Rock N Roll Arena – Romagnano Sesia, ITA
11-13-14 Wild At Heart – Berlin, GER
11-14-14 Nabaklab – Riga, LAT
11-15-14 Roxy – Klaipedia, LIT
11-16-14 Fountaine Palace – Liepaja, LAT
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Industrial black metal act Invertia has been active as of late. They got signed with Ohm Resistance Records and released their sophomore album "Another Scheme of the Wicked", the follow-up to their previous self-titled debut release. Frontman vocalist, guitarist, and bassist Dave Coppola discusses of the follow-up and what lies ahead.

1. Let us get started by filling in our readers as to what the band has been up to in the past year.

Dave: Hi Natalie! Its been a great year!  Since we last spoke INVERTIA has been signed to Ohm Resistance Records and we released our sophomore album "Another Scheme of the Wicked". We played some live shows including a showcase for Ohm Resistance. We got to play with one of my favorite bands The Blood of Heroes, so yeah its been a crazy year.

2. How did you and Ohm Resistance Records come together? Are you pleased with what they have been doing for you thus far?

Dave: Well we had some of there artists remix some of the songs for the album such as End.User and Submerged.  I also had Justin K. Broadrick of Godflesh do a remix and he is also on the Ohm Resistance label in The Blood of Heroes. So it all just kind of fit nicely.  We are very pleased with Ohm Resistance for sure!  We will also be on a on a picture disc with the singer from At the Gates, where we did the music and he sang over it, so we are psyched for that as well.  That release will also feature remixes as well as work with the Science Slam Sonic Explorers, and the track is called "Deep Time Predator".

3. Can you tell us how this album differs from the previous ones? What can we expect and what is the message behind it?

Dave: This album differs in the sense that we just got better at honing in on our craft.  The message is one of paranoia, darkness, it's a hatred for the church and state and a genuine disdain for all things lurking in our shadows and in the cracks!

4. What was the recording process like this time around? Was there anything different that happened or was it the same old studio thing?

Dave: It was the exact studio we used for the self titled album, but again this time with a little more experience going into it.

5. How was the vibe in the studio?

Dave: It always is a blast, it's what we do, so we always look forward to it.  So when your doing something you like to do it just flows, most of the time.  There are times that the whole session goes nowhere but that's few and far between.

6. Did the band have any definitive goals they were shooting for before the recording process began for this album?

Dave: It was just the next set of songs really.  I don't make a lot of goals going into an album other than finishing it.  I like to wait for the surprises in the studio so it's not boring. On the flip side of that, other things are very rehearsed before entering the studio.  But sometimes even the rehearsed stuff will bring the biggest surprises.  That's the best part of the creative process for us.

7. How does the album art relate to the music on the album?

Dave: Damn, we got lucky on that.  The art was done by an artist out of Brooklyn, NY named SHVL FCE.  It shows the chaos of the album, the shapes and shades of gray and black really show a certain misery and grimness that captured the music perfectly!

8. Did you use any new instrumentation you never used in the recording process before?

Dave: No we did the drum machines, guitars, bass and vocals but the newer material will have some more FX than previous material.

9. What does "Another Scheme of the Wicked" mean to you all?

Dave: It means: We are back for another round of madness, so hop on board!

10. Did you feel any pressure to do this follow-up?

Dave: Yeah for sure, I new people would react differently to it but it had to be better than the last.  If feel we achieved that we this album.

11. Where is the new material headed?

Dave: It's nuts! This album will be more dynamic in the sense that everything won't be a gazillion miles an hour and constantly in your face. There will be some material that's slower and colder that's just nasty!

12. What's your favorite song on the album right now?

Dave: My favorite on the album is "Cross-Eyed Christ" right now, my favorite song to play live is "Void of Community".

13. Have you heard of Invertia?

Dave: Who????????? Hahaha!!!! Thank you, Natalie!!!!
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The official theme song for HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 has been released HERE.

"Sharing The World" by BIGHEAD feat. Hatsune Miku gets fans worldwide pumped up for the back-to-back Miku Expo events in Los Angeles and New York with an high-energy beat and uplifting, empowering lyrics. There's no one better than Hatsune Miku to proclaim "The future is right now!"

Check out the video for the song HERE.

HATSUNE MIKU EXPO celebrates the music, imagery, and interactive excitement of the virtual singer Hatsune Miku. With back-to-back events in the 2 largest cities in America this October, this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for fans to immerse themselves in the Miku World!

Tickets are on sale now for the HATSUNE MIKU EXPO which features live concerts using the state-of-the-art projection technology that brings Hatsune Miku to life in stunning 3D. In addition, special tie-in events are being presented in New York ("Universal Positivity" art exhibit at Wallplay) and Los Angeles (Halloween Party at Los Angeles Center Studios).

Ticket and Event Information at the MIKU EXPO Official Website:
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 Jennifer Cihi is an American singer/actress who's  performed on Broadway at a young age, done projects in the line of television, commercials, jingles, and animated films and series, one of which is one of Japan's most iconic since its debut 20 years ago, known only as Sailor Moon! She was indeed the singing voice talent behind that blonde haired school girl, the protector of love and justice herself Sailor Moon! Jennifer Cihi took some time to talk about the success of the series as well as her own back story on her life with all of the projects she's worked on within the past, present, and future timelines.

1. Can you introduce yourself, tell me what you do, and can you give those who aren't familiar with who you are a brief summary?

Jennifer: First Hi Natalie, nice to chat with you over the phone, my name is Jennifer Cihi, I am the singing voice of Sailor Moon that was recorded back in the 90's as well as filmed in the 90's. I now live in Nashville but at the time I had lived in Los Angeles during that project. I also have been a singer for many years now, that was just one of the cool projects I had did, while in Los Angeles I had done other projects like jingle works and was on a TV show for Nickelodeon called Roundhouse around the same time as Sailor Moon. Just lived in Los Angeles for a long, long, long time worked for Disney, did all kinds of projects, toured with a girl group and bands in the 90's then moved to Nashville. Oh gosh 12 years ago and I am still singing now, I can't believe I am in the 40's and I am still up there shaking, rattling, and rolling haha!

2. Would you say that you're a solo artist or involved in a band and you perform regularly or do you just sing for various songs here and there?
Jennifer: Yeah I have never been like "Jennifer Cihi the Artist" going back to the 90's I was shopping around for a record deal with this producer friend of mine, who was writing songs with at the time, during my 20's just getting any recording contract was really hard back then and is now, but at least now you have the internet where you don't even need a record label, you can become famous and very successful without the need of the middle man. But I never really went that route, I was always working for a big company or other corporate bands, but the whole Jennifer Cihi tours and shows that wasn't really for me.

But I did get to do so many other equally as fun and neat jobs, and make my living as a singer for 30 years. My first big project I may have not told you was I was a part of the first national tour of the Broadway show for Annie in 1978 playing the role of Pepper at 10 years old. That was a big job back in the day, Annie was that big show every girl wanted to be in, one of my cast members was  Molly Ringwald, so she's the one that was the big household name and became the most famous as an actress. To this day, I still talk to her sister we recently got reconnected through Facebook, which can be a good thing or a negative thing but not yet for me. But no I was never an "artist" that just wasn't supposed to be my path.

3. Have you written any other music or do you write your own music?

Jennifer: Yes, yes, yes, I have done that before but actually currently going to be working on a project, when I had moved to Nashville, I was introduced to this organization that is off the subject of performing and entertaining, but it's a very important cause in my life because I've been affected by it in my family, but what I am trying to do here in the next couple of months is to use the singing to help other people with mental illnesses like ADD, Bipolar, Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, all of those things that's affecting or has affected people.

Look at Robin Williams he was probably dealing with a mental illness or depression his whole life and he was so successful and he thought that death was the best option for him. So I've been touched by that because I've dealt with depression before but I've pulled through and now I am doing great, but there was a time many years ago where I wasn't, so I wanted to go and learn everything I could about it. I am involved in an organization here and writing some music and will possibly do some public speaking to high school and college people because I feel raising awareness for any kind of mental illness, people need to feel that there is hope for it. To just not end up like Robin Williams and many other people on this planet go and commit suicide.

That's what's really important to me, and I just feel that my signing and all the famous things I have done in the past and I have pulled through it, I want to give those people knowing that they can do it. That they're not thinking that "Oh know I'm doomed" or "I can't do it" it's raising awareness. So I am now currently planning a schedule of speaking publicly at high schools and colleges, where I am writing music for that, just writing from my heart and experiences and passion for it. So that kids and people that catch it early on, they can get help and not deal with it for the rest of their lives or in the worse possible way of committing suicide.

That's a very important project I have been working on for the past 4 years now. Which has gotten lead into the right direction with this public speaking approach, which is going to matter the most. I've had my 15 minutes of fame, doing all of these shows, conventions, and expos for the fans, but this subject matter is what's being hidden and it sounds scary but it doesn't have to be. You can get help so that's what's going to be continued most definitely.

4. Why do you think your voice is so suited for Anime based work?

Jennifer: Oh gosh! Well when I lived back in Japan in the 80's I was working for Tokyo Disneyland and singing in one of the bands that they had. A producer saw me and wanted an American singer for this project called City Hunter that was my first project I had done, where I got paid to sing a couple of songs, now that wasn't really considered anime that was in the 80's that was an animated movie because in Japan animation is HUGE as you know. So I did that first then came back many years later, I think I wasn't thought out by anime, I think I had just fell into it. When I auditioned for certain projects maybe they liked me because of the sound of my voice or me having a young sound. So from that I moved on to other projects, then toured with these bands I worked with then I revisited Sailor Moon years later for these conventions and expos so no one could get a hold of me. So I am glad I found out about it and it's neat to see it and was a fun project of doing those songs from the 90's that people still look up too.

5. Do you remember what you were doing when you got the call to come on to do the singing role for Sailor Moon?

Jennifer: That's a funny story. Sailor Moon wasn't Sailor Moon yet it was just a cartoon from Japan and they needed someone to sing the songs for it. So me being in my 20's I thought alright they will pay me and I will do  it and it was fun. After doing that first album, Sailor Moon had not been aired in America yet so we did not know me or the producers or any of the other girls, including this other girl Sandy Howell , we were just like this is a cool project and songs so we didn't know Sailor Moon would become this iconic character. Many months later, I did see it on TV and thought "Hey that's the cartoon I had worked on" it's so neat that it's on TV.

So at the time I was making sure I was still working, then it went off the air after a number of seasons but they then asked me to come back for some more album projects, where they had changed the producers a couple of times and make the music different. Then it went away and I went away not keeping up with it. After signing the contract with Dic Entertainment I wasn't being paid for it so I had moved on to do other projects. Then years went by and this sound guy I was working with here in Nashville, had asked me "Hey weren't you that singing voice for Sailor Moon?" because they had Googled me and said "Did you realize what she's become?" I was like "No?" I had moved from Los Angeles where it got filmed and created and produced so I lost track of all that and it just blew up like The Beatles and the people are really crazy for anime.

6. Did you know what or who Sailor Moon was at the time?

Jennifer: No we didn't know because it was in Japan and living there previously it was not out yet. I knew what Hello Kitty was and other products but not Sailor Moon. It's like Star Trek no one knew what it was or how big it would become but now 40 years later Star Trek conventions are happening with those guys participating. So it's the same with Sailor Moon but it seems like she's just as big as it sometimes. People are all crazy for it, the cartoons, cosplayers, gaming, it's a whole world for a lot of voice over work, singers, and just do their creative craft.

7. What made you want to be a part of Sailor Moon?

Jennifer: It was just a neat job, doing a lot of recordings, for commercials, like Mattel and Barbie and was the Hot Pocket singer for 20 years having sung that Hot Pockets jingle. I was doing a lot of work, getting calls, and back then if it paid and was a neat project why not? We had no clue Sailor Moon would be what it is today, that was 20 years ago, we didn't have a clue that this is what would happen. I am grateful now I can meet different types of people.

8. At this year's Anime Expo 2014 edition, you partook in a mini concert where you sung 5 tracks from the TV series Sailor Moon. What was it like to relive those songs and what was the experience like being surrounded by the fans of the hit TV show.

Jennifer: Well what's really cool is that I got to invite my nephew who lives in LA and is a professional musician to play with me, he's 20 something years younger than I am. So since I was in Los Angeles I already knew people there, so when I got involved with the Anime Expo, I had told them that a live band is way better than recorded music. Obviously I had done smaller cons and played with other bands. But here the fans were way more in on knowing Sailor Moon, knowing the words, it felt humbling and surreal to me.
Being this average person I had felt at that moment that I was like Katy Perry or Adele. Those 300-400 people had really grabbed their emotions seeing something I had sung 20 years ago, still had a life to it.

A lot of those people were in their 20's or older, so seeing that the fans are still loving the songs and the anime that has such value to get the same reaction to it is just amazing. I had some girls come up to it telling me that "This song helped me through this break up" or "I was bullied and it helped me heal" or "It helped me not commit suicide". This is why I am a singer, music helps me and everyone else, it's like my own therapy and it's kept going since I started doing it. I am grateful that I got to be paid doing what I loved to do. It would have been nice to have been like Katy Perry or Adele having that status but that wasn't meant for me. In my own world, I have had my own moments and being there it was very humbling even though those songs were from 20 years ago.

9. Would you consider doing a touring run performing just the Sailor Moon songs with a band if you had the chance too or is that just a convention and expo sort of thing?

Jennifer: The only problem is that there isn't very many to play except maybe 8-9. So in a situation it would be yes but I would need to add more songs for the fans and the time like a real concert making it an hour long. Only showcase I've done was around 40 minutes but I just don't know if it can happen or not.

10. How many of the Sailor Moon soundtracks did you contribute too?

Jennifer: There was the first Sailor Moon soundtrack then there was Sailor Moon and the Scouts Lunarock, then there was another one that was more of a poppy sound where I did a cover of song by The Beatles called "I Want to Hold Your Hand". There was about 3 total but a lot of them were compilation albums.

11. Out of the songs including the one's you sung, which would you say is your favorite and why?

Jennifer: "It's A New Day", is fun and uplifting and I am a very encouraging spirit and help others. "My Only Love", the ballad that everyone can relate too and I can sink my teeth into had more guts and feelings to it. Those are the ones I liked the best.

12. For those songs selected for you to sing, did you write those songs yourself or were those already pre-written and you just sung along?

Jennifer: They were pre-written by different people so I was hired to only sing for them, I would have made more money if I had written them though wouldn't I? Haha!

13. What are your thoughts on the original series being re-released and the Crystal series?

Jennifer: How do I think about that? It would have been nice if they had re-involved all of us to come back again, but I understand why they didn't. They probably wanted to update it and make it fresh and different for the new fans after listening to us for the past 20 years. When I was at the Anime Expo they had a showing of the new series, but I had a panel and signing so I didn't get to see it. I know they have a lot of younger voice over people that did it, I've seen the panel with the Japanese people, I had nothing to do with the voices which doesn't bother me, but the one's I did work with who I am meeting now, I am sure they would have liked to come back. I don't think they are using the same music and are using different music. I am seeing from social media comments about loving the original but they like the new one too and it's okay that it's new and having new songs, so I get why they had new people so I had my own time with it and I know I am the original no one else can be that but me.

14. When you were done working on the Sailor Moon project at the time, did you keep up with the show and see how it turned out or have you not gotten around to watching the series as of yet?

Jennifer: I did watch a lot of it but again not sure if they sell the original DVDs but I think the fans have the reboot of it. At that time I did not have time to sit down and watch it because I had my own life to live. So I love learning from the fans on what's happening with the show and the series. I don't even own a TV in my house because I don't like the new TV shows and I am not a TV watcher and do other stuff. One of these days I am going to go back and watch it, but I have seen the one's the one's featured in. That's why I always go to my fans because they know it from the inside out and are so into it. It's very cool to see how passionate these people are about it after all these years.

15. Besides this year's Anime Expo 2014, will you be appearing at any other conventions or expos for this year or next year?

Jennifer: I am going to The Malta Comics Expo in Italy in Europe in October near Halloween, Sukoshi Con on September 6th, then the Daycon Clarksville on September 20th. I like doing a lot of local conventions, traveling takes a lot out of you and but luckily for me I am still in good form and voice. I am working at a lot of other one's that are also in the works.

16. What else can we expect to see from you in the future?

Jennifer: I am doing the motivational speaking being passionate about that and doing a live concert most likely with a live band or recorded music. So that will be going on for the next 5 years of my life, making a different for other people. Then did some project with the Memphis Boys doing some shows with them coming up, then do sessions of other stuff with music, and conventions just doing what I do.

17. Any last words for the friends and fans out there?

Jennifer:  I guess what I can say, is to all of the fans that like the projects I have done. I am very grateful to keep performing for them and thankful that they have supported me with my singing and I am grateful for it. I am going to keep on singing until I get pushed off the stage or die whatever comes first haha! Thanks for the interview!
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Jamie is really excited to share the full details of Interlude, the jazz album featuring Laura Mvula and Gregory Porter, released on October 6th 2014 through Island Records.

The new album is a collection of twelve tracks, cribbed (mostly) from the earliest days of jazz, recorded simply in one room, with incredible musicians, like it used to be. Interlude was produced by Ben Lamdin and recorded live in the studio with twenty musicians, in just three days total.

About the new record, Jamie said: "I just thought Interlude was a perfect title for the album 'cause this is genuinely my first proper jazz record. I can pretend that I've made albums like this before, but I haven't...Names like Alice and John Coltrane, Nina and Billie and Sarah - they're all touchstones for 'Interlude'."

Interlude is now available to pre-order on Jamie's store HERE and will be available from other retailers on Monday, September 1st. Pre-order now and get a download of 'Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood', featuring Gregory Porter, and a limited edition signed picture with the Deluxe album. **

The deluxe edition includes a DVD of Jamie's full performance at Jazz à Vienne and an exclusive photo booklet containing tour and studio pictures taken by Jamie himself and Leica photographer Michael Agel.


1. Interlude
2. Don't You Know
3. The Seer's Tower
4. Walkin'
5. Good Morning Heartache (feat. Laura Mvula)
6. Sack O' Woe
7. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (feat. Gregory Porter)
8. My One And Only Love
9. Lovesick Blues
10. Losing You
11. Out Of This World
12. Make Someone Happy

Deluxe edition DVD filmed at Jazz à Vienne Festival

1. The Same Things
2. Get Your Way
3. Sack O' Woe
4. Interlude
5. The Seer's Tower
6. When I Get Famous
7. Walkin'
8. Pure Imagination
9. Lovesick Blues
10. Don't You Know
11. Don't Stop The Music
12. All At Sea
13. High And Dry
14. Losing You
15. You And Me Are Gone
16. Mixtape
17. Gran Torino

Jamie is also announcing a handful of intimate Interlude shows. Jamie and his big band will be squeezing into the venues below. Tickets are limited so don't miss out. Further Interlude shows in other countries will be announced shortly.


17/09 - UK, London, Ronnie Scott's (19:30 and 22:15 sets)
18/09 - UK, London, Ronnie Scott's (19:30 and 22:15 sets)
07/10 - Germany, Berlin, Passionskirche
08/10 - Germany, Berlin, Passionskirche
28/10 - Holland, Amsterdam, North Sea Jazz Club
29/10 - Holland, Amsterdam, North Sea Jazz Club
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The Rabid Whole released a new video for their song "Don't Stop Now". Check it out HERE.
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Denver based alternative rock band Glass Delirium have released a shot for shot music video parody of the Journey classic "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)". Check it out HERE.
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New Orleans' favorite metal legion, GOATWHORE, will embark upon another bout of live headlining invasions next month. Set to launch in Houston on September 15th, the band will trounce fourteen cities including five shows supporting death rock/horror punk legends, Samhain!

In November, GOATWHORE will bring their sadistic anthems overseas for a European incursion with headliners Dying Fetus. The extended trek embarks on November 8th in Liege, Belgium, and will march through nearly four dozen metropolises, coming to a close on December 20th in Leer, Germany.


9/15/2014 Fitzgerald's - Houston, TX
9/16/2014 Tomcat's - Ft Worth, TX
9/17/2014 Launchpad - Albuquerque, NM
9/18/2014 Club Red - Tempe, AZ
9/19/2014 The Wiltern - Los Angeles, CA w/ Samhain, Kyng
9/20/2014 The Warfield - San Francisco, CA w/ Samhain, Kyng
9/21/2014 Rotture - Portland, OR
9/22/2014 Crocodile - Seattle, WA
9/24/2014 Sunshine Studios - Colorado Springs, CO
9/25/2014 Riot Room - Kansas City, MO * late show
9/26/2014 The Rev Room - Little Rock, AR
10/29/2014 Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA w/ Samhain, Midnight
10/31/2014 The Howard Theatre - Washington DC w/ Samhain Midnight
11/01/2014 Best Buy Theater - New York, NY w/ Samhain, Midnight
11/08/2014 Fonck - Liege, BE
11/09/2014 Turock - Essen, DE
11/10/2014 11er - Frankfurt, DE
11/11/2014 Beatclub - Dessau, DE
11/12/2014 Meet Factory - Prague, CZ
11/13/2014 Rockfabrik - Ludwigsburg, DE
11/14/2014 Lido - Berlin, DE
11/15/2014 Dynamo - Eindhoven, NL
11/16/2014 Exhaus - Trier, DE
11/17/2014 Audio - Brighton, GB
11/18/2014 Clwb Ifor - Bach Cardiff, GB
11/19/2014 Cathouse - Glasgow, GB
11/20/2014 Voodoo Lounge - Dublin, IE
11/21/2014 Sound Control - Manchester, GB
11/22/2014 Slade Rooms - Wolverhampton, GB
11/23/2014 Garage - London, GB
11/24/2014 Divan Du Monde - Paris, FR
11/25/2014 La Dynamo - Toulouse, FR
11/26/2014 Escenario - Santander, ES
11/27/2014 Hard Club - Porto, PT
11/28/2014 Penélope - Madrid, ES
11/29/2014 Estraperlo - Club Badalona, ES
11/30/2014 Paloma - Nimes, FR
12/01/2014 Le Tremplin - Clermont-Ferrand, FR
12/02/2014 Kiff - Aarau, CH
12/03/2014 Circolo Colony - Brescia, IT
12/04/2014 Backstage - München, DE
12/05/2014 Blue Hell - Budapest, HU
12/06/2014 Gala Hala - Ljubljana, SI
12/07/2014 Flying Circus - Cluj-Napoca, RO
12/08/2014 Jet Rock - Sofia, BG
12/09/2014 Club Rockstadt - Brasov, RO
12/10/2014 Collosseum - Kosice, SI
12/11/2014 Viper Room - Wien, AT
12/12/2014 Rockfabrik - Nürnberg, DE
12/13/2014 Voxhall - Aarhus, DK
12/14/2014 John Dee - Oslo, NO
12/16/2014 Nosturi - Helsinki, FI
12/18/2014 Debaser Medis - Stockholm, SE
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Japanese all-female rock band exist†trace revealed their new music video for the title track from their upcoming album WORLD MAKER. WORLD MAKER will be released September 24. The CD+DVD limited edition comes with 2 music videos, "WORLD MAKER" and "Spiral Daisakusen".


02. ダイアモンド (DIAMOND)
03. スパイラル大作戦 (Spiral Daisakusen)
05. Imagination*
06. Feel*
08. アンティークドール (Antique Doll)
09. くちびる (Kuchibiru)
10. RAZE*
11. 長い夢の終わりに (Nagai Yume no Owari ni)*
12. VOICE*
*=previously unreleased

Previews of all tracks are available at exist†trace's website:

exist†trace has been performing a series of monthly one-man lives this year, titled “Gekijyou Spiral”, along with a co-headlining Japan tour with Take Ambulance, slated to start September 7. exist†trace will close out the year with a special one-man live “Gekijyou Spiral FINAL - WORLD MAKERS” on December 14 at Shibuya TSUTAYA O-WEST.

WORLD MAKER CD pre-orders (worldwide) at JRockShop ( and Archangel Diamond (

Check out the video HERE.
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