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Tag Archives: This or the Apocalypse

This Or The Apocalypse tease new music

Posted by on April 29, 2014

This Or The Apocalypse have hit 100K likes on Facebook. That’s not normally something we’d spend time writing about, but in this case we are because the band decided to put up a video teasing new material to celebrate the landmark. Judging by the video and the band’s subsequent posts, it sounds like we’ll be […]

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August Burns Red guitarist JB Brubaker’s Top 5: Bands From Pennsylvania

Posted by on March 24, 2014

Hailing from Manheim, PA, August Burns Red demonstrates that there is a lot to offer in the Pennsylvania music scene. The group is currently on the road with Asking Alexandria, We Came as Romans, Born of Osiris and Crown the Empire. So in honor of their latest ongoing tour, we asked guitarist JB Brubaker to […]

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This Or The Apocalypse drummer undergoes appendectomy surgery

Posted by on January 6, 2014

If you’re planning on catching This or the Apocalypse on the road with Shai Hulud, Sirens and Sailors and Sworn In (they’ll be on starting 1/11), you might see an unfamiliar face behind the kit. That’s because TOTA drummer Aaron Maloney is sitting out at least some of the run following emergency appendectomy surgery. The […]

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Awesome daddy drummer kills This or the Apocalypse

Posted by on August 21, 2013

What do you do when you’re home alone and your wife left you with three kids? Why, you learn to play drums magnificently with one hand while cradling them all! This daddy drummer is able to do a nearly flawless cover of “Americans” by This or the Apocalypse, all with his children attached to him. […]

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Get your Star Wars geek on and listen to this drum cover of ‘The Imperial March’

Posted by on July 30, 2013

Even though you didn’t need any other reason to be excited by Darth Vader’s Star Wars entry music “The Imperial March,” drummer Grant McFarland has given you another one. McFarland, drummer and producer of Century and former This or the Apocalypse member, has released a drum cover of the epic arrangement. The cover comes on […]

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August Burns Red/Texas in July Drummers to Host Drum Day Clinic

Posted by on March 18, 2013

Next Saturday (23), GreinerKilmer Customs, a drum company owned by August Burns Red drummer Matt Greiner and his partner Kaleb Kilmer, will be hosting Drum Day at the School of Rock in Fort Washington, PA. With them, they are bringing drummers Adam Gray of Texas in July and Grant McFarland (ex-This or The Apocalypse). The […]

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Ricky Armellino of This Or The Apocalypse On Blowing Up Their Van, Crowdfunding

Posted by on March 6, 2013

Lancaster, PA natives, This or The Apocalypse are just one of several metal bands to turn to crowdfunding in the last few months (e.g. Protest the Hero and Austrian Death Machine), but unlike most campaigns, ToTA isn’t asking fans to help contribute towards a new album (they just put out a masterpiece, Dead Years, a few […]

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The Acacia Strain Leave Veil Of Maya Tour Following Van Accident

Posted by on November 27, 2012

Just several days into their co-headlining tour with Veil of Maya, The Acacia Strain have announced that due to a van accident, they’re dropping off of the tour. Thankfully nobody was seriously injured, but it’s still enough to make the band tap out of the tour, which will continue on without them. The other bands […]

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Metal By Numbers 11/15: Sales From Another Dimension

Posted by on November 15, 2012

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. You’d think that Aerosmith’s first album in 8 years would be an event. Especially since in that time, an entire generation that missed out on the awesome ’70s drug-induced version of the band, or […]

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Metal By Numbers 11/7: Dreams Of Charts (On A Snowy November Night)

Posted by on November 7, 2012

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Now that the election is over, we can now be bombarded by Christmas stuff instead of political stuff. And on the East Coast, that bombardment apparently includes snow. In addition to the fact that […]

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