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Two (Poverty)
10/16/2007

One (Hellbound)
1/24/2006
 
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Year Of Desolation Post Photos From Video Shoot Online
November 18, 2007
Indiana-based thrashers Year Of Desolation have posted a handful of photos from the band's recent video shoot earlier this month. During two off days in Los Angeles while on the Thine Eyes Bleed tour, director Zach Voytas shot footage that will shortly become the video to "Suffer Thy Nemesis," a track from the band's self-titled Prosthetic Records debut. Check out a few photos here.

Having now jumped aboard the tour with Dying Fetus, Cephalic Carnage and labelmates Skeletonwitch, Year Of Desolation will return home to Indianapolis to play two shows, a late one on the current tour and an early show on previous tour featuring Thine Eyes Bleed, Hurtlocker and Sons of Azrael. Spending much of 2007 on the road supporting the band's latest effort, early 2008 touring plans are currently being ironed out and details will be available shortly.

Year Of Desolation w/ Dying Fetus, Cephalic Carnage:
11/15 - Louisville, KY – Uncle Pleasants
11/16 - Cleveland, OH – Peabody’s Downunder
11/17 - Southbend, IN – Elva’s Fiesta Club
11/18 - Indianapolis, IN – Zanie’s Too*
11/18 - Indianapolis, IN – The Emerson Theater**
11/19 - Sauget, IL – Pop’s
11/20 - Tulsa, OK – The Other Side
11/21 - Ft. Worth, TX – The Rock Yard
11/22 - Mission, TX – Smoking Aces
11/23 - Houston, TX – Java Jazz
11/24 - San Antonio, TX – Rock Bottom Tattoo Bar
11/26 - Tempe, AZ – The Sets
11/27 - Corona, CA – Showcase Theatre
11/28 - San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge
11/30 - Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep
12/01 - Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
12/02 - Topeka, KS – The Static Bar

*w/ Skeletonwitch, Demiricous Only
**w/ Thine Eyes Bleed, Hurtlocker, Sons Of Azrael Only
 
 
 
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Skeletonwitch To Support Dying Fetus This Fall
September 26, 2007
Skeletonwitch have been confirmed as a support to Dying Fetus this fall alongside Demiricous, The Absence and Cephalic Carnage on the tour's second half of dates. The string of dates will keep Skeletonwitch busy into early December while the band continues out on the road to support the forthcoming Prosthetic Records debut, 'Beyond The Permafrost', which is due out October 2.

Having just completed a string of dates with Nachtmystium, Skeletonwitch has been hard at work supporting the self-released EP, 'Worship The Witch' and performing material that will appear on 'Beyond The Permafrost'. Featuring artwork from John Baizley (Baroness, Pig Destroyer, Darkest Hour), 'Beyond The Permafrost' was recorded earlier this year with producer Cory Smoot (Municipal Waste, GWAR) and features a handful of brand new Skeletonwitch songs alongside a few songs that previously appeared on the self-released Skeletonwitch records 'Worship The Witch' and 'At One With The Shadows'.

Skeletonwitch W/ Municipal Waste, Toxic Holocaust:
9/26 - Providence, RI - The Living Room
9/27 - Worcester, MA - The Paladium Upstairs
9/28 - Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
9/29 - Buffalo, NY - Showplace Theater
9/30 - Cleveland, OH – Now That’s Class
10/01 - Milwaukee, WI – The Borg Ward (no Municipal Waste)
10/02 - Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock Social Club
10/03 - Chicago, IL – Arlington Heights Knights of Columbus
10/04 - Covington, KY – The Mad Hatter
10/05 - Indianapolis, IN – Secret Location (no Municipal Waste)
10/06 - Columbus, OH – Ravari Room (no Municipal Waste)
10/07 - Springfield, MA - The Waterfront
10/08 - New Britain, CT – Trinity-On-Main
10/09 - Baltimore, MD - The Ottobar
10/10 - Harrisonburg, VA – Guzman’s

W/ Dying Fetus, Demiricous, The Absence:
11/01 - Baltimore, MD – Otto Bar
11/02 - Poughkeepsie, NY –The Loft @ The Chance
11/03 - Cambridge, MA – Middle East Café
11/07 - Brooklyn, NY – Club Bang
11/08 - Allentown, PA – Sterling Hotel
11/09 - Wilmington, NC – Lucky’s Pub
11/10 - Atlanta, GA – Masquerade (w/ Divine Heresy)
11/11 - Jacksonville, FL – Thee Imperial
11/14 - Memphis, TN – Hi Tone Café

w/ Dying Fetus, Cephalic Carnage, Demiricous, The Absence:
11/15 - Louisville, KY – Uncle Pleasants
11/16 - Cleveland, OH – Peabody’s Downunder
11/17 - Southbend, IN – PNA Club
11/19 - Sauget, IL – Pop’s
11/23 - Spring, TX – Java Jazz
11/24 - San Antonio, TX – Rock Bottom Tattoo Bar
11/26 - Tempe, AZ – The Sets
11/27 - Corona, CA – Showcase Theatre
11/28 - San Francisco, CA – DNA Lounge
11/30 - Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep
12/01 - Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
 
 
 
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Demiricous To Enter Studio
March 18, 2007
Guitarist Ben Parrish of the Indianapolis-based death/thrash metal band Demiricous has issued the following update:

"Next week will start the beginning of serious madness. We're gearing up to hit the studio to record the follow up to '06 Metal Blade release 'One (Hellbound)' with acclaimed producer and death metal guru Erik Rutan. Needless to say we're fucking excited. The album release will be summer '07 with Metal Blade Records."

A video clip of Demiricous performing a new song in their rehearsal studio last month has been posted online at this location.
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 2001
HOME TOWN: Indianapolis, IN
MEMBERS:
Nate Olp (vocals/bass)
Scott Wilson (guitar)
Ben Parrish (guitar)
Chris Cruz (drums)

Deep from the bowels of Indianapolis, IN rise Demiricous, a band that offers up an unrelenting mixture of pure American metal and thrash. Scott, Nate, and Chris love old thrash but nothing like that was coming out anymore so they decided to start a band of their own on Halloween night 2001. About six month’s later guitarist Ben, formally of Upheaval (on Eulogy and Willowtip), was asked to join the band and that’s when the guys started to get serious about the project. Fast forward to 2005, the bands self-released EP caught the attention Metal Blade Records and landed them the coveted record deal they had been working so hard to obtain. Since the bands inception they have already played with the likes of Exodus, Malevolent Creation, Extol, King Diamond, The Black Dahlia Murder, Obituary, and played the main stage at the infamous New England Hardcore and Metal Fest where they won over the audience with their brand of no frills metal. On the bands EP and early demos one could hear some Swedish melodic death metal influences but as the band grew and came into their own sound they decided to lean more towards straight forward metal. Or as the band puts it, “No fuckin hair dos, ex-girlfriends, or lame shit… just good fuckin times and raging metal.” There is almost a raw punk rock vibe to the new material on the bands debut Metal Blade Records release One. It’s more about doing what you want or die trying then about caring what the new fashion is or if your hair looks just right. “Style-wise and riff-wise we call our brand of music “Street Metal" which is totally cheesy but fuck it, it has to do with tough rippin’ ass riffs and pummeling drums and having nothing to do with whatever is cool.” One was recorded and mixed at Planet-Z studios with Zeuss (Hatebreed, The Red Chord, Shadows Fall) in June 2005. “We are just trying to write a solid thrash album and we hope to add something different to today’s metal scene with the vocals and everything. I don’t know what direction we are going in but not a whole lot of bands are going this direction. We are just playing the music that we want to hear. Plain and simple…this is what I want to hear....so I guess we have to make it ourselves,” states the band. Once you hear this album you will probably be caught off guard seeing most younger bands coming out now a days are not paying homage to old school thrash and you will definitely walk away thinking you haven’t heard a record like this a long time. Guitarist Scott Wilson comments, “I'm an old school motherfucker and I miss the rage… and the hooks, and the solos,” and One without doubt delivers all the rage, hooks, and solos metal heads have been waiting for.