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Cryptopsy Interview From Scion Rock Fest Posted Online
January 21, 2010
As rumors of 2010's Rock Fest line up rumble, check out an interview with Cryptopsy's Chris Donaldson and Matt McGachy from last year's fest, courtesy of

As two of the more recent additions to the band, Chris and Matt talk about how they landed the gig, their song writing process and the relevance of metal music today.

Check out the interview below.

Cryptopsy are currently working on the follow up to their crushing 2008 release, 'The Unspoken King', which is available everywhere now, via Century Media.
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Knights Of The Abyss Announce TONS Of Tour Dates
June 2, 2009
Knights of the Abyss have announced three new tours that will keep the band on the road for the next three months. They’ll be out on the road headlining the To Hell and Back Tour with Broadcast the Nightmare and The Irish Front from June 10th through July 19th, then with Suffokate, Blind Witness, This or The Apocalypse¸ and Wretched from August 6ththrough September 10th. Immediately at the end of that tour, they’ll go out with Cryptopsy, Rose Funeral and Salt the Wound from September 11th through September 19th. Dates for the tours can be found below, as well as on the band’s Myspace page.

Knights of the Abyss are anxious to get out on the road and show off their new lineup and new material. The band has recently made several member changes, welcoming back Dustin on vocals who sang on the band’s first album 'Juggernaut', and bringing in Griffin (bass), Brian (guitar), and James (drums) from other AZ bands The Blood Countess and Depiction of a Massacre.

“We know it’s a different lineup and that’s a lot to take, but we’re stronger than ever. Just come out and see us live, let us prove to you that Knights of the Abyss is more solid than it's ever been”. bassist Griffin commented.

The band recently started pre-production for their next album for release early 2010 and has posted a new pre-pro track “Pandemic” on their myspace page. After the tour with Cryptopsy, they will enter the studio to record their sophomore full length for Ferret Music.

Knights of The Abyss Tour Dates:
6/09 - Badlands - Mesa, Arizona (w/ Endwell)

"To Hell and BackTour" w/ Endwell, Through The Fire, & Ambush!:
6/11 - Chics - El Paso, New Mexico
6/12 - Jakes Sports Cafe - Lubbock, Texas
6/13 - Legion 169 - Wichita Falls, Texas
6/14 - The Pinkeye - Tulsa, Oklahoma
6/15 - The Eagles Lodge - Wichita, Kansas
6/16 - Cactus Jacks - Belton, Missouri
6/17 - Vaudeville Mews - Des Moines, Iowa
6/18 - The Vault - Buffalo, Minnesota
6/19 - Kronenwetter Municipal Center - Wausau, Wisconsin
6/20 - Johnny’s Coffee House - Metamora, Illinois
6/21 - Doug’s Rock House - Aurora, Illinois
6/22 - The Modern Exchange - South Gate, Michigan
6/23 - Static Age - Romeo, Michigan
6/24 - Blue Violet Cafe - Rochester, Pennsylvania
6/25 - The Refuge - Fredericksburg, Virginia
6/26 - Southside 220 - Boones Mill, Virginia
6/27 - The Brewery - Raleigh, North Carolina
6/28 - Weekend’s Pub - Goose Creek, South Carolina
6/29 - The Levee - Albany, Georgia
6/30 - The Dugout - Miami, Florida
7/01 - The Garage South - Fort Myers, Florida
7/02 - Olympia Performance Arts Complex - Palmetto, Florida
7/03 - Gallery 13 - Columbus, Georgia
7/04 - The High Ground - Metaire, Louisiana
7/05 - Nikki Rowe VFW - McAllen, Texas
7/06 - The White Rabbit - San Antonio, Texas
7/07 - Celebrations Music Hall - Arlington, Texas
7/08 - Hanger - Wichita Falls, Texas
7/09 - The War Legion - Amarillo, Texas
7/10 - The Anchor - Albuquerque, New Mexico
7/11 - The Sets - Tempe, Arizona
7/12 - Cobalt Cafe - Canoga Park, California
7/13 - Karma - Victorville, California
7/14 - The Venue - Los Gatos, California
7/15 - Yesterdays Plaza - Klamath Falls, Oregon
7/16 - Satyricon - Portland, Oregon
7/17 - Studio Seven - Seattle, Washington
7/18 - Emperyean - Spokane, Washington
7/19 - Glenwood Square - Yakima, Washington

w/ Cryptopsy, Rose Funeral, and Salt The Wound:
9/12 - The Sterling Hotel - Allentown, Pennsylvania
9/13 - Peabody’s - Cleveland, Ohio
9/14 - Mojoe’s - Orland Park, Illinois
9/15 - The Muse - Nashville, Tennessee
9/16 - Mad Hatter - Covington, Kentucky
9/17 - Blondie’s - Detroit, Michigan
9/18 - Xtreme Wheels - Buffalo, New York
9/19 - The Studio at Webster Hall - New York, New York

You can find information about their upcoming tour dates, news about the band, and info about the upcoming album on the band's Official Myspace page at
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Misery Index Announces Canadian Dates
March 19, 2009
Maryland's Long-running death metal machine, Misery Index, has announced a run of dates through Eastern Canada in support of their most recent release 'Traitors'. This tour will begin in St. John’s, Newfoundland in late April with Cryptopsy, Martyr, and more joining Misery Index on select dates.

Prior to this Canadian run, Misery Index will join Covenance for a couple of shows in Mexico followed by east coast dates with Landmine Marathon. Misery Index has also been confirmed for a number of summer festivals including the Auditory Assault and Maryland Deathfest in the US, Hellfest in France, Party San and Summer Breeze in Germany, Neurotic Deathfest in the Netherlands and more. A complete listing of Misery Index dates can be found below with more details to be announced soon.

Misery Index have been touring almost non-stop since 'Traitors' was released in September. The band has also recently premiered the first video from 'Traitors', for title-track “Traitors”, which can be viewed below. The “Traitors” video was shot in Philadelphia, PA with director David Brodsky for My Good Eye.

For more info on Misery Index, visit the Relapse Records website at, the Official Misery Index website at and the band's Official MySpace page.

Misery Index Tour Dates:
4/03 - Cancun, Mexico - Local Diagonal (w/ Covenance)
4/04 - Merida, Mexico - Sindicato de Henequeneros (w/ Covenance)
4/14 - Washington, DC - Rock N Roll Hotel (w/ Landmine Marathon, Drugs Of Faith, Salome)
4/15 - Richmond, VA - Nara Sushi (w/ Landmine Marathon)
4/24 - St. John’s, NL - Distortion
4/25 - Paradise, NL - Paradise Community Centre
5/01 - Rimouski, QC - Petit Pavillion (w/ The Last Felony)
5/02 - Edmundston, NB - Arena St-Basile (w/ The Last Felony)
5/03 - Montreal, QC - Foufounes Electriques
5/07 - Trois-Rivieres, QC - Rock Café le Stage
5/08 - Drummondville, QC - Salle Gaston Mandeville (w/ Cryptopsy, The Last Felony)
5/09 - Jonquiere, QC - Place Nikitoutagan (w/ The Last Felony)
5/11 - Ottawa, ON - Rainbow
5/12 - St. Catharines, ON - L3
5/13 - Toronto, ON - WreckRoom
5/14 - Quebec City, QC - L’agitee
5/15 - Rouyn-Noranda, QC - Petit Theatre (w/ Martyr)
5/16 - Sherbrooke, QC - Le Magog (w/ Martyr)
5/17 - Brooklyn, NY - Europa (Auditory Assault Festival)
5/18 - Providence, RI - Club Hell (w/ Rotten Sound, Maruta)
5/19 - Boston, MA - The Church of Boston (w/ Rotten Sound, Maruta)
5/20 - Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie (w/ Rotten Sound, Maruta)
5/23 - Baltimore, MD - Sonar (Maryland Death Fest)
5/29 - Tilburg, Netheralands - 013 (Neurotic Deathfest)
6/13 - Hunxe, Germany - Death Fest Open Air
6/19 - Clisson, France - Hellfest
6/20 - Trier, Germany - Exhaus (Summerblast Fest)
8/07 - Bad Berka, Germany - Party San Fest
8/08 - Jaromer, Czech Rep. - Brutal Assault Fest
8/15 - Dinkelsbuhl, Germany - Summer Breeze Fest
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Alex Auburn Announces Departure From Cryptopsy
February 1, 2009
Guitarst Alex Auburn has posted the following update on Cryptopsy's Myspace page:

"I am announcing my departure of the band Cryptopsy. There are many reasons why i must leave the band, and this has been going on for a while now, so i am quitting. The band and i believe it is better for me to go, so i am moving forward.

I want to thank the guys in Cryptopsy for an adventurous and crazy 10 years. It's been a great ride. I will especially miss the fans a great deal and i want to thank all of you for you're awesome support through out those years. Right now i need to take a break for a few months to reflect on my life and my future in music.

As far as music goes, i might start my own band next summer but i don't know yet. In the mean time i am open to good offers and to join other forces. Thank you very much."

Cryptopsy's latest release, 'The Unspoken King', was released in June of 2008 via Century Media. The band had a stellar year following the release of 'The Unspoken King', taking part in the second annual U.S. Summer Slaughter Tour, and finishing off the year with a successful European headlining tour that also featured Beneath The Massacre, Trigger The Bloodshed, and Ignominious Incarceration.
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Ignominious Incarceration Post New Song Online
November 24, 2008
British up and coming death metallers, Ignominous Incarceration, recently finished recording their highly anticipated debut album, 'Of Winter Born', and have made a brand new track from the album available to stream at their MySpace page, which has also been updated with brand new album artwork.

Check out the new track, "Deeds Of Days Long Gone" at

Ignominious Incarceration's debut album, 'Of Winter Born' was recorded with producer Scott Atkins (Gama Bomb, Sylosis) at Grindstone Studios in Suffolk, UK, and is due to be released by Earache Records in February 2009.

'Of Winter Born' track list:
01. Avarice
02. Deeds Of Days Long Gone
03. Elegance In Aggression
04. Saviour
05. Of Winter Born
06. Solitude
07. Dynasty Damnation
08. Tide Of Pestilence
09. In The Face Of Absolution
10. Elusion Of Mortality

Ignominious Incarceration recently kicked off a European tour with Cryptopsy, Beneath The Massacre and Trigger The Bloodshed. Catch them live at the following shows:

11/25 - Munchen, Germany - Feierwerk
11/26 - Aarau, Switzerland - Kiff
11/27 - Utrecht, Holland - Helling
11/28 - Hasselt, Belgium - Muziek-o-droom
11/29 - Peterborough, UK - The Park
11/30 - Birmingham, UK - Barfly
12/01 - Sheffield, UK - Corporation
12/02 - London, UK - Underworld
12/03 - Glasgow, UK - Ivory Blacks
12/04 - Newport, UK - TJ's
12/05 - Plymouth, UK - White Rabbit
12/06 - Paris, France - Nouveau Casino (w/ Entombed)
12/08 - Barcelona, Spain - Sala Mephisto
12/09 - Madrid, Spain - Sala Caracol
12/10 - Durango, Spain - Plateruena Kafe Antzoki
12/11 - Toulouse, France - Havana Cafe (w/ Entombed)
12/12 - Karlsruhe, Germany - Stadtmitte
12/13 - Essen, Germany - Turock

Ignominious Incarceration will also be performing at Earache's free "Death Before Christmas" party on 18th December in Nottingham, UK, along with labelmates Oceano and The Boy Will Drown. For information on how to get tickets, check out the flyer at

For more Ignominious Incarceration news and info, head to
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HOME TOWN: Montreal
Matt Mcgachy - Vocals
Alex Auburn - Guitar
Flo Mounier - Drums
Eric Langlois - Bass
Christian Donaldson - Guitar
Maggie Durand - Keyboards/Samples

Originating from the Montreal area, this group first appeared in 1992, when it was called Necrosis; in the same year it was reincarnated under the name of Cryptopsy. With just a demo called Ungentle Exhumation and then the album Blasphemy Made Flesh (1994), the group acquired a solid reputation on the international scene. Their release of None So Vile in 1996 was the first burst of brilliance in their career. From that point the group clearly outclassed other groups by reinventing the style, today categorized as extreme music. Their album None So Vile will always be considered a grind classic.

In 1997, the addition of the vocalist Michael DiSalvo replacing Lord Worm added a very intense front man to the group. After a remarkable performance at the Milwaukee MetalFest, the band received a contract offer from Century Media Records, one of the weightiest disc companies specializing in metal music. In each period since the beginnings of the underground metal wave, lead groups have pushed past the limits of musical genres. Feeling the pressure to compose an album even more extreme than None So Vile, Cryptopsy members launched Whisper Supremacy in 1998.

In its association with Century Media Records, the group achieved world distribution for Whisper Supremacy, meaning they were able to put on shows on several continents, including Asia, Europe and North America. In Japan just three weeks after its release, 6,000 copies had already been grabbed up in the land of the Rising Sun and total sales around the world have exceeded 50,000 copies - quite an exploit in this musical niche. Cryptopsy is the first Quebec metal group since Vovod to make such a significant impact on an international level.

Since their 1998 release of Whisper Supremacy, significant events have multiplied at an accelerated speed. After their American and European tours, their participation at the famous Dynamo Festival in Holland and shows in Japan, the quintet has gone back into the studio to record And Then You'll Beg, a fourth opus in six years. Once again, this album has been produced by Pierre Rmillard (None So Vile, Whisper Supremacy) and was released worldwide during Fall 2000.

In August 2001, the vocalist Michael DiSalvo left the band after a performance at the German Festival Wacken Open Air. He was then replaced by Martin Lacroix from the band Spasme. On June 1st 2002, Cryptopsy put an end in Montreal to a world tour of 150 concerts through North America, Europe and Asia. The album None So Live was released in May 2003 and since then all the fans of extreme music around the world can experience this memorable concert.

At the end of 2003, Cryptopsy were proud to announce the return of the original member and legendary vocalist-lyricist Lord Worm. With Lord Worm back in the fold and a fifth studio album due in 2004 the future looks very promising.