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Devour The Power
9/5/2006
 
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Adversary Prepare To Hit The Road
January 6, 2009
Thanks to the minds at Killer Tours, Virginia's up and coming metalcore thrashers, Adversary, will be hitting the road later this month alongside fellow up and coming thrashers, Brother Von Doom, as well as Woe of Tyrants and Destroy, Destroy, Destroy. Dates are listed below.

The band recently shot a video for the title track, which can be viewed at this location.

Adversary w/ Brother Von Doom, Woe Of Tyrants, Destroy, Destroy, Destroy:
1/22 - Roanoke, VA - Southside 220
1/23 - Fredericksburg, VA - KC’s Music Alley
1/24 - Baltimore, MD - Talking Head
1/25 - Danville, VA - Plan B
1/27 - Fayetteville, NC - The Rock Shop
1/28 - Raleigh, NC - Vol 11 Tavern
1/31 - Chattanooga, TN - Club Fathom
2/01 - Selma, AL - The Loud House
2/04 - Clarksville, TN - The Coup
2/06 - Fairdale, KY - Bulldog Café
2/07 - Lake Station, IN - Eagles Club
2/11 - Grand Rapids, MI - Mixtape Venue
2/12 - East Lansing, MI - Planet Rock
2/13 - Detroit, MI - The Token Lounge

Adversary's debut album, 'Singularity', which was initially self released by the band in 2007, has been re-released by the band's new label, Trustkill Records. 'Singularity' was recorded at Assembly Line Studios in Vienna, Virginia with Kevin "131" Gutierrez (Raven, Dysrhythmia) behind production.

For up-to-date information check out www.killertours.com, or head on over to the band's official Myspace page at http://www.myspace.com/adversarymetal.
 
 
 
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Woe Of Tyrants To Be Featured On Myspace Metal
December 22, 2008
Head over to the metal heads’ destination for metal on Myspace Dec. 30th - Jan. 2nd to catch a video feature on Woe of Tyrants. The guys will be filming some candid footage from their practice space to give fans a look into what goes on in the world of Woe of Tyrants. You’ll get a bit of history on the band, insight into the new album, 'Kingdom of Might', and even a little live footage to give you a taste of what this band is all about.

Their Metal Blade debut, 'Kingdom of Might', will be available everywhere on January 6th, 2009.

Woe Of Tyrants Tour
w/ Adversary, Brother Von Doom, Destroy Destroy Destroy:
01/22 - Roanoke, VA - Southside 220
01/23 - Fredericksburg, VA - KC's Music Alley
01/24 - Baltimore, MD - Talking Head Club
01/25 - Danville, VA - Plan B
01/27 - Fayetteville, NC - Rock Shop
01/28 - Raleigh, NC - Volume 11
01/29 - Columbia, SC - TBA
01/30 - Spartanburg, SC - TBA
01/31 - Chattanooga, TN - Club Fathom
02/01 - Selma, AL - The Loud House
02/03 - Nashville, TN - TBA
02/06 - Fairdale, KY - Bulldog Café
02/07 - Lake Station, IN - Eagles
02/11 - Grand Rapids, MI - Mixtape Venue
02/12 - East Lansing, MI - Planet Rock
02/13 - Detroit, MI - TBA
02/14 - Cleveland, OH - TBA
 
 
 
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Adversary Club Tour 2009 Dates
December 10, 2008
Manassas, Virginia's modern thrashers, Adversary, are gearing up for a club trek in early 2009. The band recently released their Trustkill Records debut, 'Singularity'. which was recorded at Assembly Line Studios in Vienna, Virginia with producer Kevin "131" Gutierrez (Raven, Dysrhythmia).

Thanks to the hardcore minds at Killer Tours, Adversary will be hitting the road with fellow modern metal thrashers Brother Von Doom, as well as Woe of Tyrants and Destroy, Destroy, Destroy starting in late January 2009.

Adversary Tour Dates
w/ Brother Von Doom, Woe Of Tyrants, and Destroy, Destroy, Destroy:
1/22 - Roanoke, VA - Southside 220
1/23 - Fredericksburg, VA - KC’s Music Alley
1/24 - Baltimore, MD - Talking Head
1/25 - Danville, VA - Plan B
1/27 - Fayetteville, NC - The Rock Shop
1/28 - Raleigh, NC - Vol 11 Tavern
1/31 - Chattanooga, TN - Club Fathom
2/1 - Selma, AL - The Load House
2/6 - Fairdale, KY - Bulldog Café
2/7 - Lake Station, IN - Eagles Club
2/11 - Grand Rapids, MI - Mixtape Venue
2/12 - East Lansing, MI - Planet Rock

For more information and tour dates check out www.killertours.com, or for more information on Adversary, visit http://www.myspace.com/adversarymetal.
 
 
 
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Biography
HOME TOWN: Murfreesboro, TN
MEMBERS:
Bryan Kemp (vocals)
Jeremiah Scott (guitar)
Way Barrier (guitar)
Adam Phillips (bass)
Alex Gillette (keyboards)
Eric W. Brown (drums)

Destroy Destroy Destroy are the real deal in metal and Devour the Power might as well be the soundtrack to Braveheart or Lord of the Rings. They play an epic, catchy style of dragon-slaying, Viking-metal. They have nothing to do with the latest trend, silly haircuts or the metalcore scene.

Birthed in the backwoods and raised on a steady diet of Iron Maiden, Metallica and Judas Priest (and probably some country music) while growing up, the group rock long hair and beards because that is simply what they are about & we are pretty much convinced none of these guys own shirts with sleeves.

Hailing from Murfreesboro, TN (outside of Nashville), their sound consists of elements of early thrash metal bands of the 80's and 90's (Pantera, Metallica, Slayer) to the current sounds of the Scandinavian melodic death metal bands of today (Children of Bodom, Arch Enemy).

Picture a combination of some of the best elements of Children of Bodom, Hammerfall, Dragonforce, and Symphony X. There are tons of shredding guitars, huge keyboard interludes, battle-cries & spoken-word orations of fantasy, battles, beasts and lost worlds, and of course, there are bullet belts. Coupled with the fact that vocalist, Bryan Kemp wears a G-string & gauntlet on stage and resembles He-Man in Adam form, DDD are an entertaining and captivating metal experience both on and off record.

Destroy Destroy Destroy's brand of Metal Metal Metal has won over many diverse audiences. The band has performed alongside the likes of such acts as Converge, Every Time I Die, Dying Fetus, Origin, Bleeding Through, Mastodon, Himsa, The Showdown, Pelican, Big Business, The Red Chord, Cryptopsy, Death by Stereo, Love is Red & The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza to name a few.

In short, Destroy Destroy Destroy plays some medieval shit. Look for the band to be on tour throughout the rest of 2006 and into 2007.