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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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Video footage of GODSMACK drummer Shannon Larkin;s August 20 drum clinic at Guitar Center in Seattle, Washington can be seen below.

GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna revealed in a recent interview that the band is taking most of 2013 off, according to an interview Erna. The band spent much of 2012 on the road, both with the Uproar festival tour and Mass Chaos trek, and Erna said that a break is in order. He explained to ARTISTdirect.com, “We’re going to take some time away now because we just ran for the last two years. It’s time for us to take a break and get away from the markets for a little bit so we don’t overplay them.”

Erna added, “Maybe towards the end of the year or early 2014, we may start getting into the studio and writing. Now, we’re going to lay low. We may pop up once in a while to do a radio festival or something.”

GODSMACK‘s last studio effort, “The Oracle”, came out in 2010. The group issued its first concert album, “Live & Inspired”, last year.



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Sounds dirty, doesn't it? Good. That means you're reading this and now I've got you. Come on in and jam some new Scale the Summit while you're here! I'm glad this is a little bit of a different fare than what we're used to with the band. While it's usually all soaring melodies and guitar …

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“Oracle”, a brand new song from progressive instrumentalists SCALE THE SUMMIT, can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below.

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Edmonton’s mischievous metallers All Else Fails are proud to premiere their latest music video “This Burden of Life” on BlankTV. The single is from the band’s award nominated album “The Oracle: What Was, Is and Could Have Been” and was directed by AEF’s vocalist / guitarist Barrett Klesko with his production company FadeBack Studio United.

Check out the clip below. You can also catch All Else Fails live on the following dates:

November 1, 2012 – The Pawn Shop – Edmonton, AB w/ Endast, These Colors Don’t Run, Submerge
November 3, 2012 – The Blind Beggar – Calgary, AB – Blankfest Calgary
November 10, 2012 – The Vat – Red Deer, AB – w/ Protest The Hero, Ninjaspy

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Kittie has released details surrounding the band’s upcoming best of compilation, “Not So… Safe,” which is due out on September 11th, 2012. The album will feature tracks from the records “Spit,” “Oracle,” “Safe,” “In The Black,” and “I’ve Failed You.” The track listing will be:

1. Brackish
2. Charlotte
3. Spit
4. Paper Doll
5. What I Always Wanted
6. Run Like Hell
7. Safe (KMFDM Inc. Remix)
8. Into The Darkness
9. Look So Pretty
10. Cut Throat
11. My Plague
12. Do You Think… (Live)

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Sweden’s Diabolical has posted an in-studio clip from the recording of new “Neogenesis,” which can be viewed below. The band also commented:

“The title is, as some of you managed to figure out – NEOGENESIS. Apart from being a physiological term, the title translates to ‘new beginning.’ The word originates from greek and latin and it marks a new beginning for DIABOLICAL in many ways. Furthermore the title has a much more profound significance to the theme and concept of this album. We have already recorded the basics for the whole album, and the full track listing is below.”

1. Into Oblivion
2. Metamorphosis
3. Oracle
4. Ex
5. World in Silence
6. Reincarnation of the Damned
7. Fields of Nihil
8. Dialogue with the Dead
9. Wolves’ Choir
10. The Age to Come
11. Humanitas

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GODSMACK bassist Robbie Merrill was recently asked by Loudwire when fans can expect to hear the follow-up to the band’s last collection of all-original music, “The Oracle”, which came out in 2010.

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Edmonton, AB based metallers All Else Fails, whom are in the midst of their Western Canadian “Hell and High Water” tour in promotion of award nominated album “The Oracle: What Was, Is And Could Have Been,” have put their hands together, literally, to give their fans a video update from the road. Check out the clip below.

All Else Fails recently released a music video for “Obsidian Walls,” directed by vocalist/guitarist Barrett Klesko, which is available here. The band’s upcoming live shows are as follows:

May 11, 2012 – The Cambie – Nanaimo, BC w/ Dead Eyes Open, Body Politic
May 12, 2012 – The Riverfront – Grindrod, BC w/ Cast Into Ashes, Odinfist, Scythia

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One woman noise/dirge band Broken Anatomy is streaming its debut EP over on Bandcamp. Broken Anatomy is the musical vehicle of Samantha Smith, who does all the guitars and vocals. The New Jersey native brings in Michael Guevarez on drums and Doktor Jeckler on vocals when the band plays live. Check out the six-song EP in the player below. One of the songs, “Plains of Maltak,” is based directly on the webcomic “Dominic Deegan: Oracle For Hire.”

A Shadow Deemed Worthy by Broken Anatomy

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