Metalcore heavyweights Emmure have unleashed their seventh studio album, Look At Yourself (Sharptone Records). The new record showcases some of the band’s most aggressive and introspective music to date, and now the band has dropped a brand new music video for the track “Smokey”, which can be viewed inside. In addition to the new album, Emmure remain on the road as part of the “Carry The Flame” US Tour with After The Burial. A complete list of the remaining dates can also be found below. (more…)
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Tags: A Gift a Curse, deathcore, Emmure, Eternal Enemies, Frankie Palmeri, Official video, Suicide Silence, Tour Dates, Victory Records
Predictable? Never. Menacing? Always. Emmure have delivered “A Gift A Curse”, the fourth video from the album Eternal Enemies, available now. Aside from its technical mastery, the futuristic and mind-bending sequences propose the death of art. From the crumbling of the David Statue and the always enraged lyrics of Emmure, “A Gift A Curse” moves along like an ballistic missile, leaving little time to interpretation. Watch “A Gift A Curse” inside. (more…)
Tags: deathcore, Emmure, Eternal Enemies, Frankie Palmeri, Like LaMotta, Music videos, New Releases, Victory Records
From their forthcoming, sixth studio album, Eternal Enemies, Emmure is proud to unveil the video for “Like LaMotta”. Available everywhere on April 15th, Eternal Enemies is a collection of Emmure’s most pissed off, violent material.
Watch “Like LaMotta” inside. (more…)
Tags: deathcore, Emmure, Eternal Enemies, Frankie Palmeri, Jesse Ketive, Nemesis, New Releases, Victory Records, Videos
From their forthcoming sixth studio album, Eternal Enemies, Emmure have released the music video for “Nemesis,” which can be viewed below. To be released everywhere on April 15th, Eternal Enemies is a collection of Emmure’s most pissed off, violent material. (more…)
Tags: Bury Your Dead, Cold Soul, Emmure, Five Finger Death Punch, Frankie Palmeri, Interviews, Jesse Ketive, Limp Bizkit, live shows, Penn's Landing, Philadelphia, Slave to the Game, Speaker of the Dead, Trespass America Festival
Starting out playing small venues and rising up in more of the underground punk and hardcore scene, Emmure now is perhaps Victory Records’ biggest band. Combining hardcore, death metal, nu-metal and elements of hip-hop, many critics and fans alike have labeled them “deathcore.” But they seem to attract just as much love as they do hate for their unconventional musical style and “bro” image. But has that slowed them down? Nope. They have released five albums on Victory since 2007, and Speaker of the Dead (2011) and 2012’s Slave to the Game have propelled them from underground status to high-profile metal tours like Metal Hammer’s Trespass America Festival. In summer 2012, Emmure was part of the inaugural tour sharing the stage with Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, Trivium, God Forbid, Pop Evil and Battlecross.
So what does Emmure think about labels? And what exactly is “the game?” When the tour rolled into Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia, Pa., Live Metal caught up with guitarist Jesse Ketive while the band was backstage pumping iron and warming up for their set. (more…)