Posts Tagged ‘Vampires Everywhere!’

NEWS: Yashin & Vampires Everywhere! detail co-headline UK tour for October 2016!

Scottish post-hardcore outfit Yashin and Californian rockers Vampires Everywhere! have just announced details of a co-headline tour across the UK in October as part of a European run, with support from Firstborn throughout.

You can check out all UK dates of the tour listed below:

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NEWS: The Defiled announce January/February 2016 UK tour!

Industrial metallers The Defiled have confirmed the dates for a UK headline run in January/February 2016. Support will come from Forever Never and Vampires Everywhere!, and you can find a full list of dates below:

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NEWS: Vampires Everywhere! change their name to The Killing Lights!

Shock rockers Vampires Everywhere! have announced that they have now changed their name to The Killing Lights. Frontman Michael Vampire had this to say of the change:

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VIDEO: Glamour Of The Kill – Break (Lyric)

York’s Glamour Of The Kill have unveiled a lyric video for their track ‘Break’, which features Michael Vampire of Vampires Everywhere!. You can stream and check out the video below:

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VIDEO: Vampires Everywhere! – Unholy Eyes (Acoustic)

Hollywood’s Vampires Everywhere! have just released a video to accompany the acoustic version of their track, ‘Unholy Eyes’. You can stream and watch the video through the embed below:

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ALBUM: Vampires Everywhere! – Kiss The Sun Goodbye

Release Date: May 17th, 2011
Label: Hollywood Waste


Considering the recent craze concerning vampires that is sweeping the entertainment industry, it is highly unlikely that Vampires Everywhere! chose their name by coincidence, and who can blame them for choosing such a cliché name? It’s bound to help them get some attention, especially from a younger audience who barely know what day it is because their nose is constantly in a Twilight book, or they’re on some online forum debating over Team Jacob or Team Edward. Listening to their album, ‘Kiss The Sun Goodbye’, it’s easy to say that any first impressions set on the band judging on their name alone are most likely correct.

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