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Quality video footage of KITTIE‘s September 7 performance at the Spread The Metal festival in Toronto, Ontario, Canada can be seen below.

KITTIE released a best-of compilation, “Not So… Safe”, in September 2012 via eOne Music. The collection featured tracks from the band’s records “Spit” (1999), “Oracle” (2001), “Safe” (2002), “In The Black” (2009) and “I’ve Failed You” (2011).

KITTIE‘s latest album, “I’ve Failed You”, sold 3,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 178 on The Billboard 200 chart.

The band’s previous CD, “In The Black”, opened with around 3,400 units back in 2009 to land at No. 132.

KITTIE‘s fourth album, “Funeral for Yesterday”, registered a first-week tally of 9,000 in February 2007 to enter the chart at No. 101.

“I’ve Failed You” was released on August 30, 2011 via eOne Music. The CD was recorded at Beach Road Studios in Goderich, Ontario, Canada. The band once again worked with producer Siegfried “Siggy” Meier, who helmed KITTIE‘s last CD, 2009’s “In The Black”.

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HIGH ON FIRE‘s North American tour kicks off November 10 in Atlanta at The Masquerade and runs through mid-December, wrapping up in Los Angeles on December 12. Norwegian rockers KVELERTAK will open all dates. DOOMRIDERS (November 10 to November 23), PACK OF WOLVES (November 27) and WINDHAND (November 29 to December 12) will each be featured as the evening opener on different legs of the tour.

To promote the upcoming trek, HIGH ON FIRE will release a new single, “Slave The Hive”, on October 16, marking the first new music from the California metal champions since the spring 2012 release of “De Vermis Mysteriis”. A limited-edition seven-inch single will be available at all tour dates with a video for the song to be released simultaneously.

“De Vermis Mysteriis” sold around 7,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 63 on The Billboard 200 chart. Released on April 3, 2012 via eOne Music, the CD was recorded in Salem, Massachusetts’ GodCity Studios with producer and CONVERGE guitarist Kurt Ballou. The 10-song effort — touted as “direct, eye-opening and powerfully supernatural” — was the band’s sixth studio recording and the follow-up to 2010’s “Snakes For The Divine” which debuted at No. 62 on The Billboard 200 chart and has been called “wonderful” by The New York Times and “an exhilarating rush” by the Chicago Tribune.

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Metal Storm recently conducted an interview with CHIMAIRA vocalist Mark Hunter. You can now watch the chat below.

CHIMAIRA‘s seventh studio album, “Crown Of Phantoms”, sold around 7,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 52 on The Billboard 200 chart. The record arrived in stores on July 30 via eOne Music.

CHIMAIRA‘s previous CD, “The Age Of Hell”, premiered with more than 7,000 units in August 2011 to debut at No. 54. The band’s 2009 effort, “The Infection”, registered a first-week tally of 15,000 to land at No. 30. This figure was roughly in line with the opening number of CHIMAIRA‘s 2007 album, “Resurrection”, which shifted 16,000 copies to enter the chart at No. 42.

CHIMAIRA recently made headlines by way of crowd-funding a fan version CD/DVD where they doubled their initial goal via IndieGoGo.

In a recent interview with Ghost Cult, singer Mark Hunter stated about CHIMAIRA‘s new CD: “‘Crown Of Phantoms’ is the culmination of three years of going through tons of changes, harsh realities but also excitement. It’s something brand new and when you put all those things together you get ‘Crown Of Phantoms’ as a result. These are exciting times for the band and it’s the polar opposite of where I was with the band two years ago.

Regarding whether he thought of packing it in after the numerous lineup changes that CHIMAIRA went through since the release of 2011’s “The Age Of Hell”, Hunter said: “Many people on the Internet thought we were done for. By the timing and the speed things were unraveling, I had the luxury of not thinking rationally and I simply soldiered on. It was happening so fast and not thinking about quitting was a sort of defense in a way. I defended what I hold dear and what I wanted to fight for. Of course there were moments of insecurity and doubts. Luckily, I had a good team and a good support system of friends and family around me telling me that I was crazy if I wanted to change the band name or quit altogether. They pointed out that bands like MEGADETH and BLACK SABBATH went through countless lineup changes. BLACK SABBATH had a super successful era without Ozzy. Of course, with MEGADETH, ‘Rust In Peace’ was one of their best albums and it wasn’t recorded with the same lineup who did ‘Peace Sells’, which is another MEGADETH classic. There are more examples of bands that went through major lineup changes and still had major success. Of course, to be in this situation is scary as hell.”

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Capital Chaos TV has uploaded video footage of CHIMAIRA‘s August 9 performance at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, California. Check it out below.

CHIMAIRA‘s seventh studio album, “Crown Of Phantoms”, sold around 7,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 52 on The Billboard 200 chart. The record arrived in stores on July 30 via eOne Music.

CHIMAIRA‘s previous CD, “The Age Of Hell”, premiered with more than 7,000 units in August 2011 to debut at No. 54. The band’s 2009 effort, “The Infection”, registered a first-week tally of 15,000 to land at No. 30. This figure was roughly in line with the opening number of CHIMAIRA‘s 2007 album, “Resurrection”, which shifted 16,000 copies to enter the chart at No. 42.

CHIMAIRA recently made headlines by way of crowd-funding a fan version CD/DVD where they doubled their initial goal via IndieGoGo.

In a recent interview with Ghost Cult, singer Mark Hunter stated about CHIMAIRA‘s new CD: “‘Crown Of Phantoms’ is the culmination of three years of going through tons of changes, harsh realities but also excitement. It’s something brand new and when you put all those things together you get ‘Crown Of Phantoms’ as a result. These are exciting times for the band and it’s the polar opposite of where I was with the band two years ago.

Regarding whether he thought of packing it in after the numerous lineup changes that CHIMAIRA went through since the release of 2011’s “The Age Of Hell”, Hunter said: “Many people on the Internet thought we were done for. By the timing and the speed things were unraveling, I had the luxury of not thinking rationally and I simply soldiered on. It was happening so fast and not thinking about quitting was a sort of defense in a way. I defended what I hold dear and what I wanted to fight for. Of course there were moments of insecurity and doubts. Luckily, I had a good team and a good support system of friends and family around me telling me that I was crazy if I wanted to change the band name or quit altogether. They pointed out that bands like MEGADETH and BLACK SABBATH went through countless lineup changes. BLACK SABBATH had a super successful era without Ozzy. Of course, with MEGADETH, ‘Rust In Peace’ was one of their best albums and it wasn’t recorded with the same lineup who did ‘Peace Sells’, which is another MEGADETH classic. There are more examples of bands that went through major lineup changes and still had major success. Of course, to be in this situation is scary as hell.”




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Former Nightwish vocalist Tarja Turunen posted videos for the songs “Into the Sun” and “In for a Kill.” The songs were taken from the upcoming double live album/DVD entitled “Act I.” The release is due to drop on August 24, 2012 (EU) and September 4, 2012 (North America) through Ear Music in 2-CD, 2-DVD and Blu-Ray format.

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Brazilian glam rock/sleaze band S.H.O.T. have posted an official video clip for their new track “Down” which will appear on the band’s upcoming album ‘Blackout’.

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U.S. death metal act Exmortis has issued the following brief update about signing with Xtreem music for upcoming releases:

“During the year of 2011 Exmortis was signed to Xtreem Music for an EP and full CD release in 2012. The CD titled ‘Resurrection… Book of the Dead’ will be released on December 20th, 2011 by Xtreem Music.”

You can listen to Exmortis tracks available for streaming online by heading over to the band’s MySpace music profile here.

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Romania’s Rezistor has issued the following update about releasing the “Beware the Silent” album as a free download:

“Heya folks! We’re starting the Fall season with great news :) During these past months, a lot of friends kept emailing us about making our album available for download. We are honoured that you’re interested in our music and since the cd edition was limited and mainly for promo purposes, we’ve decided to offer a chance to everyone to add ‘Beware the Silent’ to their music collection.

“Sooo….follow this address, download it & pass it on to your friends! Spread the word and keep in mind we’re always interested in knowing your opinion! Thanks!”

You can also check out Rezistor’s music by heading over to the band’s MySpace music profile.

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Aaron Lewis’ debut solo single and video “Country Boy” has helped to solidify the singer, songwriter and musician’s place in country music, propelled his CD “Town Line” (available on Nashville-based Stroudavarious Records) to the top spot on the country albums chart and has now earned him two 2011 CMT Music Awards nominations, marking the STAIND frontman’s first-ever CMT nominations.

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CLUTCH AND WEATHERMAKER MUSIC ANNOUNCE FIRST EVER MOBILE CAMPAIGN Maryland hard rockers CLUTCH have just confirmed the final track listing and release date for the ten song “Basket of…

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