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Tag Archives: All Shall Perish

All Shall Perish want you to feel the Bern with new shirt

Posted by on January 8, 2016

In case you missed it a few months back, All Shall Perish got back together with a classic lineup after being on hiatus for 2 years since the departure of Eddie Hermida to join Suicide Silence. If you’re a fan of the band and followed their career, you know they aren’t afraid to speak their […]

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All Shall Perish singer’s newborn baby needed surgery

Posted by on November 20, 2015

News of a reunited All Shall Perish came out last month. While that’s plenty exciting, founding vocalist Craig Betit has some very serious matters on his hands. He just had a baby about a week ago, and his little girl required extensive surgery for “vascular abnormalities,” and she to be relocated to a hospital 150 miles from home. The band […]

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All Shall Perish reunites with classic lineup

Posted by on October 22, 2015

All Shall Perish has been inactive since singer Eddie Hermida joined Suicide Silence over two years ago (who’ve since released last year’s You Can’t Stop Me and done loads of touring). Earlier this week, though, a mysterious photo (seen above) teased of the deathcore band’s return. Well now it is official: All Shall Perish is reforming its […]

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Exmortus release “For The Horde” for the Hordes

Posted by on September 18, 2015

Though they’re banned from playing the House of Blues on their current tour with legendary guitarist Marty Friedman, the fine gentlemen in Exmortus have released a new song from an upcoming 7″ release. It’s limited to just 300 copies (pre-order one here), and includes a cover of Yngwie Malmsteen’s “As Above, So Below,” so you know it’s going […]

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Emmure make it official with drummer

Posted by on January 15, 2015

Drummer Mark Castillo left Emmure last summer and was temporarily replaced by Adam Pierce of All Shall Perish. It’s now been announced that Pierce is an official member of the band. From the Emmure Facebook page: “We are happy to officially announce Adam Pierce being the new drummer for Emmure. His professional attitude towards touring, writing music and […]

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Suicide Silence singer will “Inherit The Crown” in live video

Posted by on November 13, 2014

Suicide Silence have released a video for “Inherit The Crown,” from their latest album, You Can’t Stop Me. In an interview with Noisefull, lead guitarist Mark Heylmun briefly mentions what the song is about: “(Vocalist) Eddie (Hermida) really puts his hand out to the fans and let’s everyone know how he feels about this whole situation.” The situation, […]

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Suicide Silence’s Eddie Hermida: “It’s like being the first round pick of the NFL draft”

Posted by on July 31, 2014

Hernan “Eddie” Hermida had big shoes to fill when assuming the vocal duties for Suicide Silence. One of deathcore’s most popular rising bands, they’d just signed with Nuclear Blast when singer Mitch Lucker died in a motorcycle accident. Hermida, who’d been in All Shall Perish, stepped into the vacant slot like he’d been in the […]

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Suicide Silence post samples of who’e ‘You Can’t Stop me’ album

Posted by on June 5, 2014

Got six minutes to kill? Are you a Suicide Silence fan? Now you can listen to snippets from their entire forthcoming album, You Can’t Stop Me. The highly-anticipated album will be released on July15th on Nuclear Blast. It’s a new beginning for the band, who not only are releasing their first album on Nuclear Blast, but […]

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Devil You Know’s debut album available to stream

Posted by on April 22, 2014

You’ve been reading and hearing about the Howard Jones-fronted Devil You Know for a while, and now you have the chance to experience the band in full. The band’s debut album The Beauty of Destruction is now streaming via Metal Hammer a week ahead of its April 29 release date. If you enjoyed the first single from the […]

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Guns N’ Roses to be joined by Duff McKagan at Golden Gods Awards; Suicide Silence added

Posted by on April 21, 2014

When Duff McKagan left Guns N’ Roses back in 1997, the band got a replacement bassist. Or rather a Replacement bassist, as Tommy Stinson had been playing for the band since. However, with the Replacements reforming to play some shows, including Coachella, Guns N’ Roses tapped their former bassist to play some shows in South […]

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