Sepultura Team Up With Former Producer, Black Sabbath Announce Tour Dates + More News
Sepultura will work with uber producer Ross Robinson (Korn, Amen) on their next album in June. Steve Evetts (Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die) will co-produce the Cavalera-less album, due out in late 2013 via Nuclear Blast. Robinson produced the Brazilian group’s 1996 commercial hit, Roots.
Meanwhile, Soulfly, featuring ex-Sepultura frontman Max Cavalera, will work with Terry Date (Prong, Pantera) on their next album, the follow up to Enslaved, which will be their first album not released on Roadrunner. [Phoenix New Times]
King Diamond and Volbeat have a gift for fans in the form of a free download of the song “Room 24,” which is a song from the Danish band’s Outlaw Gentlemen and Shady Ladies album. The track is super special since it features a guest vocal from the King himself. Grab it here.
Suffokate have a new vocalist and his name is Matt Krawchuk. He replaces Ricky Hoover. Check out Krawchuk’s tryout video below to get a taste of what you’re in for, Suffokate fans.
Watch Matt’s Audition Video
With their reunion album, 13, hitting stores on June 11, Black Sabbath have announced a European tour kicking off in November. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Nov. 20 – Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland
Nov. 22 – Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
Nov. 24 – Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
Nov. 26 – Forum, Denmark, Copenhagen
Nov. 28 – Ziggo Dome, Holland, Amsterdam
Nov. 30 – Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany
Dec. 02 – Bercy, Paris, France
Dec. 05 – Fiera Arena, Milan, Italy
Dec. 07 – 02 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
Dec. 10 – 02 Arena, London, UK
Dec. 12 – Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Ireland
Dec. 14 – Arena, Sheffield, UK
Dec. 16 – Hydro, Glasgow, UK
Dec. 18 – Arena, Manchester, UK
Dec. 20 – LG Arena, Birmingham, UK
As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis is hard at work on the next Austrian Death Machine album, dubbed Triple Brutal. The guest list includes The Faceless guitarist Wes Hauch; Bleeding Through guitarist Dave Nassie; Impending Doom drummer Brandon Trahan; God Forbid guitarist Doc Coyle; Carnifex vocalist Scott Lewis; and former Sworn Enemy guitarist and pro wrestler Lorenzo Antonucci. The band launched an Indiegogo campaign for the release. We bet Ahnuld would be proud.
Monuments are looking for a new singer. The tech/prog band from the U.K. has launched an online campaign to find the next person to stand behind their mic and to replace Matt Rose. Interested parties can grab all the details of how to try out for the vocal vacancy here.