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Midwest Pandemic

The Rebirth Of Tragedy
Tewlve Tribes To Shoot Video This Weekend
September 8, 2006
Dayton, Ohio metalcore act Twelve Tribes will shoot a video for the song "Muzzle Order" this weekend with acclaimed director David Brodsky (GWAR, Strapping Young Lad, The Red Chord) and crew from MyGoodEye in New York City. The video will be the second Brodsky has done with the band, and the first off the group's new album, 'Midwest Pandemic', which hits stores on October 3 through Ferret. Look for Twelve Tribes on the road in October with Shai Hulud and Dead To Fall.
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Shai Hulud And Dead To Fall To Co-Headline Tour
July 13, 2006
Shai Hulud and Dead To Fall will be teaming up for a co-headlining tour that will begin on October 1st and run until October 22nd. Joining them on the tour will be Twelve Tribes, Phoenix Mourning, and One Dead Three Wounded. The first batch of confirmed dates are as follows:
10/02 Virginia Beach, VA - Club Relevant
10/03 Greensboro, NC - Greene St. Pub (w/ He Is Legend)
10/04 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
10/05 Orlando, FL - Backbooth
10/07 Pensacola, FL - Sluggo's
10/08 Metairie, LA - The High Ground
10/12 Iowa City, IA - The Picador
10/13 Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock Social Club
10/15 Mount Clemens, MI - The Hayloft
10/17 Williamsville, NY - Club Infinity
10/18 Hudson, NY - St. John's Rec. Hall
10/19 Revere, MA - Club Lido
10/20 New London, CT - El N Gee
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Twelve Tribes in the Studio
May 31, 2006
Twelve Tribes have begun recording their next album with producer Andreas Magnusson (Scarlet, Bury Your Dead) in Richmond, VA. The band will spend the new few weeks tracking the album, then head to Trax East in New Jersey to mix the album with Eric Rachel. The album's name will be announced shortly, and the effort will hit stores this fall through Ferret Music.
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Forming A New Tribe
March 20, 2006
Twelve Tribes will be hitting the studio in May with producers Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder) and Eric Rachel (Dillinger Escape Plan, God Forbid) to begin work on their new album. A summer release through Ferret is planned for the album.
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Candiria Add Dates To Upcoming U.S. Tour
June 28, 2004
More dates have been added to Candiria’s upcoming tour with Kittie, 36 Crazyfists, and Twelve Tribes. Here is the latest list of confirmed dates:

7/07 Chicago, IL - House of Blues
7/08 Milwaukee, WI - The Rave / Eagles Club
7/09 Minneapolis, MN - Quest Club
7/10 Springfield, MO - Rockwell
7/11 Wichita, KS - The Club
7/13 Oklahoma City, OK - Bricktown Live
7/14 Dallas, TX - Trees
7/16 Lubbock, TX - The Pavilion
7/17 San Antonio, TX - White Rabbit
7/18 Austin, TX - The Backroom
7/20 McAllen, TX - La Villa Real Special Events Center
7/21 Houston, TX - The Engine Room
7/23 New Orleans, LA - House of Blues
7/24 Tallahassee, FL - Floyd's Music Store
7/25 Orlando, FL - House of Blues
7/27 Tampa, FL - The Masquerade
7/28 Jacksonville Beach, FL - Freebird Cafe
7/29 Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
7/30 North Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues
7/31 Washington D.C. - 9:30 Club
8/01 Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero
8/03 Allentown, PA - Crocodile Rock
8/05 Clifton Park, NY - Northern Lights
8/07 Hartford, CT - Webster Theatre
8/08 Buffalo, NY - The Continental
8/14 Detroit, MI - Harpo's
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Adam Jackson (vocals)
Andrew Corpus (guitar)
Kevin Schindel (guitar)
Matt Tackett (bass)
Shane Shook (drums)

“Times of fear and uncertainty always seem to produce the best art,” explains Twelve Tribes front man Adam Jackson. “Midwest Pandemic is a collection of narratives of those emotions and the underlying apprehension that we feel everyday.”

From the sharp shooter blast and commencing sonic assault of “National Amnesia” to the scornfully anthemic chorus of “Televangelist”, Twelve Tribes reemerges from their Dayton, Ohio homestead with a newfound intensity and a greater sense of urgency. Their distinctive brand of hardcore is thoughtfully driven, but this time Twelve Tribes marches into the square waving their flag of opposition—turning their organic sound into an all out public execution.

Twelve Tribes followed the release of their Ferret Records debut, 2004’s The Rebirth Of Tragedy, with relentless touring. They shared the stage over the past 3 years with bands like Lamb Of God, Killswitch Engage, Soulfly, Machine Head, Zao and It Dies Today. It was the tour overseas in 2005 with Killswitch Engage (which sold out every venue before the bands stepped foot on European soil) that set the band up for what would be a very successful year across the pond. Twelve Tribes returned overseas two more times with 36 Crazyfists and then with their label mates Every Time I Die and A Life Once Lost.

Now in 2006, the band is already hitting the road in the US and plan to call the UK and Europe their second home over the next two years promoting the October 3rd release of Midwest Pandemic, produced by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Scarlet)