Emmure have released the debut video, "Nemesis," from their controversial upcoming album Eternal Enemies, which is set for release April 15 via Victory Records.
The band are also releasing a DVD titled Enemy Lines which documents the album's creation process and contains the band's full music video catalog, including two brand new videos—one of which is "Nemesis," the brand ne
Emmure pissed off a lot of people yesterday when they revealed the tracklisting for their new album, Eternal Enemies. It was the title of the album’s first track, “Bring A Gun To School,” that sparked most of the backlash.
Apparently, one of
Emmure have announced details of their latest studio album, Eternal Enemies, which will drop on April 15, 2014 on Victory Records. Pre-orders will launch at VictoryMerch on February 25. The band last released Slave To The Game in 2012.
Check out the track listing and headlining tour dates with support from Volumes, Thy Art Is Murder, Gideon and Sworn In.
Emmure have announced a U.S headlining tour. the Mosh Lives Tour kicks off March 7 in Pittsburgh and will feature support from Volumes, Thy Art Is Murder, Gideon and Sworn In. You can check out the full list of tour dates below.
Last year, Emmure re-signed with Victory Records for the release of their sixth full-length album—the follow up to 2012’s Slave To The Game. In an update on Face
Emmure will release the follow-up album to 2012's Slave To The Game sometime in 2014 on Victory Records.
The label have released a teaser video with interview audio of frontman Frankie Palmieri describing that this one will "completely trump whatever we've done in the past."
When you think of Emmure, or the heavy music community in general, Arkansas is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. It is approximately 1,200 miles away from frontman Frankie Palmeri’s native Queens, New York, and a place most bands avoid on tour. But
Emmure have re-signed to Victory Records for their sixth full-lengh album, expected to arrive in spring 2014. They'll be closing out this year headlining the Never Say Die tour in Europe with Miss May I, a full US tour with Asking Alexandria and then they'll enter the studio following that. Once o
AP 302 cover artists Asking Alexandria have revealed the first batch of dates for their North American headlining tour in support of the recently released album, From Death To Destiny.
The tour will feature support from All That Remains, For Today, Emmure and Sevendust—you can view the announced dates below. Prio
AP 302 cover artists Asking Alexandria have announced a North American headlining tour in support of their upcoming album From Death To Destiny.
Support acts for the fall tour kicking off in late October (dates TBA) will be All That Remains, For Today, Emmure and Sevendust.
Stay tuned for dates as
I See Stars have released a music video for "Can We Start Again" an evolved b-side from their previous album, which will now be released on their upcoming digital mixtape, Renegades Forever. The mixtape is set for release May 28. View the "Can We Start Again" video and the mixtape tracklisting, below
According to PosthardcoreTV, Emmure vocalist Frankie Palmeri received and electric shock while performing in Russia, forcing the band to cancel their Moscow show. Watch footage in which you see Palmeri collapse, below:
Emmure have laid out a busy 2013 as they continue to support their latest album, Slave To The Game.
The band will spend January and February co-headlining with Whitechapel, supported by Unearth, Obey the Brave and the Plot in You.
Emmure have announced their The Mosh Lives 2013 european tour. The tour is also set to feature: Chelsea Grin, Obey The Brave, Attila and Buried In Verona.
Their european run will follow a winter co-headlining "Brothers Of Brutality" tour with Whitechapel
Whitechapel and Emmure have announced that they will embark on "The Brothers Of Brutality Tour" a co-headlining run that will begin in early 2013. The dates and support acts will be announced soon.
Of the tour, Whitechapel guitarist Alex Wade said, "We are really excited to announce our co-headlining tour with Emmure. We
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