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Tag Archives: Death Ray Vision

Killswitch Engage announce rescheduled U.S. Tour dates

Posted by on August 21, 2018

Last Spring, Killswitch Engage had to postpone a handful of shows due to vocalist Jesse Leach undergoing vocal cord surgery. Today (21st) the group has announced makeup shows for four of those markets including Sayreville, Poughkeepsie, Cleveland, and Louisville. The band has also added six more shows as they have invited Born of Osiris, Crowbar […]

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Overcast grinning with Only Death Is Smiling

Posted by on October 10, 2014

Bullet Tooth is putting out a collection of Overcast releases, titled Only Death Is Smiling, a three-CD set containing 45 tracks from 1991 to 1998, coming out in the fall of 2014. Said Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage: “In my eyes, Overcast was one of the most influential bands from their era. They came at a time […]

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Devildriver, Shadows Fall, Richard Christy & more detail ‘Spinal Tap’ moments

Posted by on March 2, 2014

Note: On this date in 1984, This is Spinal Tap was released. The mock documentary about a metal band on the downslope of it’s career is required viewing for any band, and still holds up today. November 11th, 2011 was “National Metal Day,” and this is a column we first ran back then. Happy 30th Annicrsary, […]

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Metal By Numbers 9/18: Rising Against The Charts

Posted by on September 18, 2013

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. B-side compilations are usually good for bands because they can be used to say “We don’t have a new studio album yet, but here’s some songs you might not know all the words to […]

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New & Noteworthy, September 10: Double Tap

Posted by on September 10, 2013

Today is a somewhat bittersweet edition of New & Noteworthy, as we receive the final album from a truly great band that has been part of the metal world for decades. Ministry was not always a metal band, but they certainly paved the way for many metal bands that wanted to incorporate industrial music into […]

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Here’s 31 seconds of awesome from Death Ray Vision

Posted by on July 30, 2013

Death Ray Vision announced the release date for their full length album debut back in June, but today, we’re getting the first piece of it via a lyric video for the song “Break Every Chain.” The song is in and out in 31 seconds, or about as long as it’s taken you to read this sentence. […]

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Death Ray Vision Announces Release Date For Full-Length Debut

Posted by on June 6, 2013

Back in October, Death Ray Vision revealed exclusively to us that they had signed to Bullet Tooth. The group (featuring Shadows Fall singer Brian Fair, Killswitch Engage bassist Mike D’Antonio, Overcast guitarist Pete Cortese, drummer Colin Conway and guitarist Zach Wells) also confirmed plans to release its full-length debut. Now we know when exactly we’ll […]

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Seemless’ Self-Titled Debut To Be Reissued On Vinyl

Posted by on October 12, 2012

Jesse Leach may now be back in Killswitch Engage, but the singer wasn’t completely out of the music scene during the ten years prior to his return. One of Leach’s many groups included Seemless, the heavy rock group also featuring drummer Derek Kerswill (ex-Unearth), guitarist Pete Cortese (Death Ray Vision/ex-Overcast), and bassist Jeff Fultz. The […]

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Exclusive: Death Ray Vision Signs To Bullet Tooth

Posted by on October 3, 2012

Last year, Shadows Fall singer Brian Fair and Killswitch Engage bassist Mike D’Antonio took time out of their hectic schedules to form Death Ray Vision. Also featuring fellow Overcast alum guitarist Pete Cortese, drummer Colin Conway and guitarist Zach Wells, the group self-released their debut EP Get Lost Or Get Dead. Considering how busy Fair and […]

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Killswitch Engage’s Mike D’Antonio Discusses The Exit Of Howard Jones And The Return Of Jesse Leach

Posted by on May 1, 2012

Headlining the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival is a nerve racking experience to begin with, especially if you’re a band from Massachusetts. Now imagine if that headlining gig was not only your first show in two years, but also your first show in nine years with your original frontman following a public split with […]

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