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Everythings Watched, Everyones Watching

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Impending Doom Crack Billboard Top 200
April 11, 2009
Christian "gorship" extremists, Impending Doom, have cracked the Billboard Chart with the debut of their new album, 'The Serpent Servant' (Facedown Records). Scanning over 4,200 copies in the last week the band have poised high on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. Critics echo the sentiment with early reviews praising the band. Revolver featured a three star review with the statement that even though the band is message oriented that “Both saints and sinners should enjoy.” Decibel Magazine proclaimed that the band is so “Damn mutli-dimensionally tuned. Guitar, drums, amps, effects, every little slice of measured inter-riff slience, each pillow of impeccably distorted sound-all seem perfectly weighted and aligned, as if the Riverside, CA-based quintet’s members were but components of a single instrument.” Outburn Magazine ran a two page feature praising that Impending Doom on “The Serpent Servant manages to sound relatively fresh, not to mention convincing.”

The band triumphantly headlined the sold out Facedown Fest in Pomona CA that took place on April 3rd and 4th. They also recently finished up a national tour with Bleeding Through, The Acacia Strain and As Blood Runs Black. They will be invading Mexico with seven dates through the country.

Info, dates, etc at: www.myspace.com/impending.
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DiNG Adds New Bands To Line Up Partnership
October 8, 2008
DiNG's launch in June 2008 boasted an impressive roster of recording artists including: Linkin Park, Bad Religion, The Used, Nine Inch Nails, Rise Against, H20, Underoath, and many more, but the lineup continues to expand daily. Fans can now purchase DiNG's from such recently added acts as Slipknot, Misfits, Dropkick Murphy's, Bloc Party, Blessthefall, Anberlin, Killswitch Engage, Heavy Heavy Low Low, Pepper, Slightly Stoopid, Murs, Unearth and many more. New DiNG designs from Blink 182, No Doubt, Rise Against, From First To Last, Social Distortion, Every Time I Die, Story of the Year and more are also now available.

DiNGs are currently available for over 100 devices including cell phones, gaming systems and controllers, MP3 players and laptops and more will be added soon.

According to company CEO John Oakes, "We are continuing to grow our artist catalog and device selection. Our goal is to keep our content current, within the coming months we will add a lot of new and exciting bands and content to our site."

All DiNGs are custom-fitted to each cell phone, gaming device, MP3 player, and laptop. Each full-color, high-resolution DiNG fits perfectly and can be removed easily without damage, and does not leave any adhesive residue on your device. This flexibility allows music fans to personalize their devices as often as they like- without damaging the device or voiding a manufacturer's warranty. DiNGs are printed on premium grade adhesive-backed vinyl and laminated with a UV and scratch resistant protective layer for long lasting durability.

The price range is $15.99 to $39.99. DiNG provides FREE shipping on all orders. Products, contests, and more are available at www.dinglife.com.
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The End Complete Work On First Video
February 20, 2007
Canadian quintet The End has completed work on the first video from its acclaimed new album 'Elementary'. The video, for the track "Throwing Stones", was shot in Toronto, ON with director Jeff Schevin for Soft Citizen (TV On The Radio, Alexisonfire, Controller, Controller) and producer Dallas Dyer. Still shots from the video shoot can be viewed at this location.

In other news, The End kicks off its first batch of U.S. tour dates in support of 'Elementary' with Poison The Well and This Is Hell this Thursday, February 22 in Tallahassee, FL. This first run of dates precedes the band's stint as support on the first half of Poison The Well's full U.S. tour this spring along with Fear Before The March Of Flames and Heavy Heavy Low Low. The End will also meet up with Cancer Bats and Johnny Truant for another tour in March covering ground in Ontario, Canada.
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(3 news stories listed.)
Robbie (vocals)
Danny (guitar/vocals)
Ryan (guitar)
Andrew (bass)
Christopher (drums)

We have no musical training, we just try to make our songs as weird as possible drummer Christopher explains. Hard to believe that the guys in Heavy Heavy Low Low are not free jazz composers or classically trained metal scholars when you hear them attack their instruments. The band create a dense, layered collage of noise imbued with the speediness of hardcore punk, the low crushing tones of death metal, the loose and dissonant playfulness of indie rock and arrangements that hit multiple places at once or dissolve into waves of chaos. As complex as the bands sound is, it is obviously more complex trying to explain it on paper. Hailing from the San Jose area of CA, the band who hover at the tender age of 19 on average is made up of brother/rhythm section Christopher (drums) and Andrew (bass) as well as Danny (guitar/vocals), Ryan (guitar) and Robbie (vocals). Forming in early 2004, the band started as more of a screamo unit while finding their own sound. It took about a year after we formed until we found what we consider our true sound says Christopher we wrote a song called Inhalant abuse that combined all the ideas we were formulating and from then on, we hit our stride.

Armed with their signature arsenal of songs, the band has completed three national tours and has not been home since last August. While never finding a perfect match on stage, Heavy Heavy Low Low has toured with such bands as The Fall Of Troy, The Number 12 Looks Like You, Ed Gein, The Warriors, Protest The Hero and The Blackout Pact. With a reputation for a stage show as electrifying as their sonics, the band has at once confused many people in the hardcore, metal and emo scene and created their own following composed of people who follow those genres. As the inaugural signing of the newly created New Weathermen imprint (as part of Ferret Music), the label was actually formed around the band. Nick Storch, CEO of the label and booking agent for such acts as Atreyu, Coheed And Cambria, Unearth and As I Lay Dying was introduced by Storch by Thomas Erak of the band The Fall Of Troy who are of the same mind musically. Thomas thought I would enjoy this band and I heard their demo and was blown away. I wished that someone would sign them so I could work them so I started my own label.

Heavy Heavy Low Low has just returned from Seattle, where they were recording with Casey Bates (Figure Four, Gatsbys American Dream) and Tom P. The resulting full-album to be entitled Everythings Watched, Everyones Watching will be released on New Weathermen Records this September.