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10/16/2007

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Victorymetal.com Launched
October 16, 2007
October brings about not only things that go bump in the night, but also the introduction of VictoryMetal.com’s first bloodcurdling triple feature: Metal Thrashing Madness.

Visit www.victorymetal.com to view three delightfully disturbing movie trailers. These grim tales, made in conjunction with the three highly anticipated metal records that are also being released by Victory Records this month, are sure to entice the palettes of vampires and villains everywhere.

Aliens invade in “Sunlight at Secondhand,” starring Nights Like These…the first feature in this ghastly, bone-chilling trio of terror. Arise and Ruin’s, “The Final Dawn,” will leave even the most macabre in a cold sweat, trembling like a small child. And the main feature, The Autumn Offering’sFear Will Cast No Shadow,” violently shoves the term “modern slasher” into another dimension.

Definitely not for the faint of heart, all three of the features are sure to make you scream, cry, and head bang until you are dead.

A Victory Metal CD sampler is also available today. On this sampler, horror fans everywhere are able to obtain a password to gain access to additional special features on VictoryMetal.com. This key into the unknown can be found on the streets or by e-mailing a request to info@victoryrecords.com.
 
 
 
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Victory Records Launches Victorymetal.com
October 2, 2007
October brings about not only things that go bump in the night, but also the introduction of VictoryMetal.com’s first bloodcurdling triple feature: Metal Thrashing Madness.

On October 15th, terror will be induced throughout the metal world with the release of three delightfully disturbing movie trailers, which will be viewable on the newly launched VictoryMetal.com. These grim tales, made in conjunction with the three highly anticipated metal records that are also being released by Victory Records in October, are sure to entice the palettes of vampires and villains everywhere.

Aliens invade in “Sunlight at Secondhand,” starring Nights Like These…the first feature in this ghastly, bone-chilling trio of terror. Arise and Ruin’s, “The Final Dawn,” will leave even the most macabre in a cold sweat, trembling like a small child. And the main feature, The Autumn Offering’sFear Will Cast No Shadow,” violently shoves the term “modern slasher” into another dimension.

Definitely not for the faint of heart, all three of the features are sure to make you scream, cry, and head bang until you are dead.

A CD sampler will also be released on October 15th. On this sampler, horror fans everywhere will be able to obtain a password to gain access to additional special features on VictoryMetal.com. This key into the unknown can be found on the streets or by e-mailing a request to info@victoryrecords.com.
 
 
 
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Dead To Fall: 'Slaying The Midwest Tour 2007' Tour Dates
December 16, 2006
Dead To Fall, Too Pure To Die, As Blood Runs Black and Nights Like These will team up for the "Slaying The Midwest Tour 2007" beginning in late January. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jan. 19 - Rogers, MN @ Showcase Skatepark
Jan. 20 - Milwaukee, WI @ Orchard Inn
Jan. 21 - Chicago, IL @ Logan Square Auditorium
Jan. 22 - Niles, MI @ Skunk's Nest
Jan. 23 - Saginaw, MI @ Jamestowne Hall
Jan. 24 - Toledo, OH @ Club Bijou
Jan. 25 - Covington, KY @ The Mad Hatter
Jan. 26 - Noblesville, IN @ Hamilton Exhibition Center
Jan. 27 - Columbus, OH @ Little Brother's
Jan. 28 - Nashville, TN @ The Muse
Jan. 29 - Huntington, WV
Jan. 30 - Erie, PA @ Forward Hall
 
 
 
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HOME TOWN: Memphis, TN
MEMBERS:
Billy Bottom (vocals)
Derren Saucier (guitar)
Matt Qualls (guitar)
Sebastian Rios (bass)
Patrick Leatherwood (drums)

Go ahead and try to define the sound of NIGHTS LIKE THESE. They are too melodic for the death metal underground, too brutal to for the metal-core crowd, and definitely nowhere in the middle. Putting a tag on them is a task that many have deemed impossible and, quite frankly, the band likes it that way. Combine the skilled framework of bassist Sebastian Rios and drummer Patrick Leatherwood with the assault of guitarists Derren Saucier and Matt Qualls and top it all off with experimental and intense vocals of Billy Bottom and you get undeniably chaotic sound of NIGHTS LIKE THESE. Born out of the city that birthed rock n roll, Memphis’ NIGHTS LIKE THESE was able to build a fiercely loyal fan-base that quickly grew beyond the borders of their southern state. Their 2006 Victory Records debut, "The Faithless", pushed the experimental envelope with a wide array of melodic layers, abrasive guitar-work and bludgeoning drums. Their music, which represents the full spectrum of metal, gave the world of heavy music a much need stir. Adding to the extreme nature of their debut record is the notorious volume and force the band gives off in their live performance. NIGHTS LIKE THESE made it a goal to be the loudest band on any given tour. Having shared the road with SUICIDE SILENCE, BURY YOUR DEAD, UNEARTH and DEAD TO FALL, that’s not an easy task. But, it works. So does the obvious on-stage chemistry between the members. The result is a refreshingly bare boned performance of blood, sweat and uninhibited power. No makeup, no lights, just loud, mind blowing riffs. With the new record, "Sunlight at Secondhand", NIGHTS LIKE THESE aim to take the next leap in their evolution. The title of the album itself reveals the bands intense desire to show another side of themselves. This sophomore release, self- admittedly more mature than the last, touches on every aspect of human nature. Most notably the two sides that everyone, themselves included, possesses. The album also focuses on the only fact of life that never seems to change: the fact that life is constantly changing. “The last album doesn’t even really sound like us. We wrote those songs when I was around 17-years-old. I was just a kid. I hated everything, but I don’t think I really knew why. It’s obvious that many things have changed in all of our lives since then, and the new album reflects that,” says vocalist Billy Bottom. “We want to open our current fan bases’ minds, as well as anyone else who checks us out to a totally different style of aggressive music,” says Billy, “we believe in every note, riff, lyric and part that was put into this album. I can only hope that the fans are as into the music as we are.” Definable? Never. Unpredictable? Always. The only thing to be sure of is that NIGHTS LIKE THESE never disappoints, and refuses to conform to one style. "Sunlight at Secondhand" is in stores October 16.