Posts Tagged ‘Eighteen Visions’

VIDEO: Eighteen Visions – Underneath My Gun

After coming back strong with the release of their comeback record ‘XVIII’ earlier this year, Californian metalcore veterans Eighteen Visions have now debuted a video to accompany the latest cut from the full-length effort, ‘Underneath My Gun’, which is inspired by the 1988 John Carpenter film, They Live.

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NEWS: Eighteen Visions confirm UK tour for November 2017!

Following the release of their comeback album ‘XVIII’ earlier this month, Californian metalcore troupe Eighteen Visions have now announced a small handful of headline shows across the UK in November.

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VIDEO: Eighteen Visions – Live Again

After more than a ten year long hiatus, Californian metalcore veterans Eighteen Visions returned with the release of their new full-length album ‘XVIII’ yesterday; their follow-up to their 2006 self-titled studio output. The band have now unveiled a video for ‘Live Again’, the latest single from the freshly released LP.

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ALBUM: Eighteen Visions – XVIII

Release Date: June 2nd 2017
Label: Rise Records
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An awful lot can happen within the space of a decade; some good, some bad, some tragic, and some unexpected. Since Eighteen Visions dissolved back in 2007, after stumbling from the slump disappointment of the hard radio rock direction of their self-titled LP, there’s certainly been a mix of that, not only outside of the band and the members, but within it too.

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AUDIO: Eighteen Visions – Crucified

Gearing themselves for quite the comeback with the release of their first album in a decade next month, Orange County metalcore outfit Eighteen Visions have now dropped another stream from the soon-to-be-released full-length record, ‘XVIII’. The new song, titled ‘Crucified’, is the second single to be taken from the album.

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NEWS: Eighteen Visions detail new album, ‘XVIII’, out June 2nd 2017!

After being away for just over a decade, Orange County metalcore outfit Eighteen Visions have officially reformed and have confirmed details of their first new material since 2006. Their new and overall sixth album, titled ‘XVIII’, is scheduled for release on June 2nd 2017 through Rise Records.

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NEWS: Eighteen Visions tease clips from upcoming sixth album!

After announcing rather unexpectedly that they were making a return last month, Orange County metalcore troupe Eighteen Visions are back in the studio, working hard on their sixth album, which will mark the band’s first offering of new material in 11 years. The band’s self-titled record from 2006 was their last release before going on hiatus a year later.

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NEWS: Eighteen Visions hint at possible reunion!

After announcing their split back in 2007 after touring their self-titled and fifth overall record to focus on other projects and passions, Orange County metalcore outfit Eighteen Visions have recently began hinting towards some form of return via social media platform Instagram.

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FEATURE: 50 albums that turn 10 in 2016!

At the moment, it’s looking like 2016 is going to be a great year in terms of new albums, with a handful of huge bangers already out there and many more undoubted hits confirmed to be hitting out ears in the next few months. It’s also important to look back every so often, and it just turns out that a decade ago in 2006 was a great year for albums too.

Of course there are hundreds, but we filtered together 50 great albums that turn 10-years-old this year to remember those modern classics, accompanied with streams to bring ourselves a massive hit of euphoric nostalgia.

NOTE: These albums may bring intense levels and high frequencies of smiles, jumping, involuntary head nodding/banging and limb movements, and uncontrollable happiness.

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NEWS: Former Eighteen Visions/Bleeding Through bassist Mick Morris passes away!

Former bass player for metalcore heavyweights Eighteen Visions and Bleeding Through Mick Morris has sadly passed away in his sleep on June 2nd 2013. He was 35.

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