Posts Tagged ‘Carcer City’

NEWS: Still Remains detail UK tour for October 2017!

After being away from UK shores in almost a decade, Michigan metalcore troupe Still Remains will be returning once more for a headline tour run this October. It will also be the band’s first UK since returning from their hiatus in 2013.

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NEWS: First batch of bands confirmed for Macmillan Fest 2017!

Returning for another year to provide a great day filled with rock, punk and metal bands whilst also supporting a great cause, the first batch of acts have now been named for this year’s Macmillan Fest, which will be hosted across a handful of venues in Nottingham this September.

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NEWS: First wave of bands named for Deadbolt Festival 2017!

After taking a year off for 2016, Manchester’s own independent artist showcase Deadbolt Festival has announced its return for 2017, confirming straight off the bat a total of 22 different acts to make up the bill.

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NEWS: Carcer City to support Attila during UK tour in April 2017!

A few weeks ago, The Word Alive were confirmed as the main support act during Attila‘s headline UK tour, as part of a run that extends across mainland Europe, and now Liverpool based progressive metalcore troupe Carcer City have also been announced to be opening each date of the tour.

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NEWS: First wave of bands confirmed for UK Tech-Fest 2017!

Keeping their annual tradition of showcasing some of the world’s best technical metal acts in check, the organisers of UK Tech-Fest have confirmed it’ll return once again next year, with the likes of The Black Dahlia Murder, Obscura, The Arusha Accord, and more confirmed on the bill.

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ALBUM: Carcer City – Infinite // Unknown

Release Date: September 16th 2016
Label: Stay Sick Recordings


Liverpool metalcore outfit Carcer City are a special band. Genetics play a fundamental part in evolution, with DNA being the main constituent of uniqueness. Within certain people’s DNA, genetic markers allow them to see things in different ways with one such marker causing a condition known as synaesthesia. Perhaps the most well-known form of this condition is grapheme-colour synaesthesia, resulting in the person perceiving letters or numbers as colours. This can alter association to people’s crafts, allowing them to create something special, and, through vocalist Patrick Pinion (who suffers with this condition), that’s exactly what Carcer City have achieved with their third studio record, ‘Infinite // Unknown’.

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VIDEO: Carcer City – Sovereign

Liverpudlian metal mammoths Carcer City have just dropped a video to accompany their song ‘Sovereign’, the second track to be cut and lifted from the band’s eagerly awaited full-length effort, ‘Infinite//Unknown’.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘Sovereign’ via the embedded player below:

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NEWS: Carcer City confirm headline UK tour in July 2016!

Set to release their eagerly awaited new album ‘Infinite // Unknown’, Scouse metal outfit Carcer City will be test driving some new material with a headline UK tour throughout the tail-end of next month, during which they’ll be bring along rising companions Loathe as support for the whole run.

You can find all dates of the forthcoming tour listed below:

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VIDEO: Carcer City – Infinite//Unknown

Scouse metal monsters Carcer City have just unveiled a video to accompany their new song, ‘Infinite//Unknown’, which is the title-track from the band’s forthcoming full-length record, and the first new offering since their 2014 one-off track, ‘Perceptions’.

You can stream and watch the video below:

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LIVE: Deadbolt Festival @ Sound Control, Manchester (08/08/2015)

Date: August 8th, 2015
Venue: Sound Control, Manchester
Website: None available

After a successful debut last year, Manchester one-dayer Deadbolt Festival has returned once again for 2015, this time around bulking up their line-up, which for 2015 sees a headline spot from British metalcore darlings Heart Of A Coward. With the rest of the bill being filled with a further 25 bands on the up and up lately, there’s no place better in Manchester to get your fill of the stars-to-be of alternative music in the coming years.

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