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Michael Keene reportedly rushed to hospital, the Faceless continued playing without him in Winnipeg

Posted by on June 21, 2018

Last March, everyone quit the Faceless aside from Michael Keene. At that time, Keene was confident on rebuilding the group despite the backlash he received from his former bandmates. The band later revealed the new lineup in April, and now, they have been touring across North America. It doesn’t look like the group have much […]

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Michael Keene is confident on rebuilding The Faceless

Posted by on March 20, 2018

Yesterday (19th), The Faceless nearly became faceless when all members aside from Michael Keene quit. Hours after the news, Keene left a brief message on the band’s Facebook to assure fans that there is a future for the group. He stated: “I would like to publicly address the situation that The Faceless is currently in. […]

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The Faceless’ Michael Keene opens up about his drug addiction and more in new interview

Posted by on February 9, 2018

TheMetalTris recently conducted an interview with The Faceless’ Michael Keene. During the discussion, Keene didn’t hold back as he opened up for the first time about his struggle with drug addiction. He was asked about his fans interpreting the lyrics to the group’s latest effort In Becoming a Ghost was about recovery. Keene expressed: “I […]

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New crowdfunding campaign launched to get Michael Keene of The Faceless vocal lessons

Posted by on December 5, 2017

In being the comical savage he is, The Archspire vocalist, Oliver Rae Aleron has launched a new crowdfunding campaign to get vocal lessons for Michael Keene of The Faceless. Aleron must not be a fan of the band’s newly released, In Becoming A Ghost. Apparently, Keene and Aleron are not friends and have thrown comments at each other through […]

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The Faceless blame stolen equipment on scrapped Australia/NZ tour

Posted by on May 12, 2017

The Faceless’ disappearance from their Australia and New Zealand dates now has a third side to the story, this one from the band’s Michael Keene. While the promoter, Soundworks, struck first, calling the band “completely unprofessional” for backing out of the tour and then the band’s manager responded, stating that he’d booked the band four separate flights […]

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Former The Faceless vocalist passes away

Posted by on October 6, 2014

There’s not too much information about this beyond what The Faceless mastermind Michael Keene has offered on the band’s Facebook page, but former singer Mikey Domingo has passed away. Domingo was in the band for brief enough of a time that he never appeared on any of the band’s music, and isn’t even listed on […]

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The Faceless become vanless after hitting moose in Canada

Posted by on August 22, 2014

It’s hard to think of anything more cliche than hitting a moose while on tour in Canada. The only thing moreso would be hitting a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer and careening into a maple tree. At any rate, that’s exactly what happened to The Faceless last night on the Canadian Summer Slaughter tour. While […]

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The Faceless tease new music

Posted by on June 13, 2014

A few months ago, we learned that The Faceless will be part of this year’s Summer Slaughter Tour with Morbid Angel, Dying Fetus and more. Now it seems the band might have some new music to play during the tour. Earlier this week The Faceless bandleader Michael Keene posted two videos teasing new music on […]

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‘Accelerate’ yourself with The Faceless’s new video

Posted by on January 17, 2014

Miss The Faceless on their tour with Between The Buried And Me last fall? If the show you missed happened to be at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA on September 29, prepare to select one of your two feet (or both if you like) and start kicking yourself. The band choose to film the […]

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Review and Photos: Between The Buried and Me, The Faceless, The Contortionist, The Safety Fire, Nashville, 10/25/13

Posted by on October 30, 2013

Last Friday (25), Between the Buried and Me’s Fall tour rolled in for the last date of its six-week run to play a show at Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN.  Lately I’d been disappointed in turnouts for metal shows in Nashville, but this show was an exception to this trend, with the venue filled to […]

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