Posts Tagged ‘Ice Nine Kills’

LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival @ Leeds (28/05/2017)

Date: May 28th 2017
Venue: City Centre, Leeds
Website: www.slamdunkmusic.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/slamdunkltd
Twitter: www.twitter.com/slamdunkmsuic

Another May Bank Holiday weekend means another Slam Dunk Festival, and now with over ten years in the game under their belt, it’s safe to say they’ve got this pretty much locked down now, securing Enter Shikari as their main stage headliners whilst they celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut full-length album, ‘Take To The Skies’.

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NEWS: Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 7 confirmed, out July 14th 2017!

Keeping their almost annual tradition going, Fearless Records have now confirmed details of their next instalment in the Punk Goes… covers compilation series. The forthcoming addition, ‘Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 7’ is set for release on July 14th 2017.

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NEWS: Ice Nine Kills confirm UK headline dates for May 2017!

Whilst they’re going to be over on UK shores next month to appear at Slam Dunk Festival, Boston based post-hardcore outfit Ice Nine Kills have announced a few shows of their own surrounding the festival dates.

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VIDEO: Ice Nine Kills – The Nature Of The Beast

Boston post-hardcore troupe Ice Nine Kills have just unveiled a video to accompany their song, ‘The Nature Of The Beast’, and acts as the third and final chapter of their video trilogy.

The video continues the narrative on from ‘Communion Of The Cursed’ and last year’s ‘Hell In The Hallways’, with all three tracks coming from their latest LP, ‘Every Trick In The Book’.

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NEWS: Neck Deep, Citizen, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!

A small handful of bands were confirmed to join Slam Dunk Festival just the other day as part of the Fearless Invasion tour, but now the organisers have confirmed yet another batch of acts to compose the 2017 edition of the bill.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Neck Deep, Citizen, Memphis May Fire, Set It Off and more.

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NEWS: I Prevail confirm headline one-off London show for May 2017!

Detroit, Michigan based metalcore newcomers I Prevail have confirmed that they’ll be performing a one-off headline show in London at the end of May just after wrapping up their freshly announced appearances at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival bank holiday weekender.

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NEWS: Ice Nine Kills announce their first ever UK tour for November 2016!

Boston, MA based four piece Ice Nine Kills have announced the dates of a headline UK this coming November.

This will be the bands first ever live shows on our shores, and you can find out where you can catch them below:

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NEWS: Ice Nine Kills confirm headline UK tour for November 2016!

Having not long wrapped up a stint this summer as part of this year’s Vans Warped Tour, Boston’s own Ice Nine Kills have just confirmed dates of a headline tour across the UK this November as part of a European run. Support throughout the tour is yet to be confirmed.

You can find all UK dates of the tour listed in full below:

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VIDEO: Ice Nine Kills – Hell In The Hallways

American metalcore troupe Ice Nine Kills have released the video for their song ‘Hell In The Hallways’, which is lifted from their latest album ‘Every Trick In The Book’.

The video creates a spin on the 1976 cult classic horror film ‘Carrie’, and serves as a sequel to band’s video for ‘Communion Of The Cursed’, picking up 10 years later. You can watch the video below:

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ALBUM: Ice Nine Kills – Every Trick In The Book

Release Date: December 4th 2015
Label: Fearless Records
Website: www.iceninekills.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/iceninekills
Twitter: www.twitter.com/iceninekills

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Although not without a certain whiff of novelty, Ice Nine Kills have delivered a rather unique proposition with ‘Every Trick In The Book’, each track based on and characterized by a classic literary tale. Spanning Victorian spine-tinglers (‘Dracula’), dystopian political satire (‘Animal Farm’) and contemporary horror (‘Carrie’), a novel concept (haha) it may be, yet it is the familiar strains of melodramatic metalcore polish and big orchestral flourishes which prove the record to be far from a gimmick.

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