Posts Tagged ‘Thy Art is Murder’

Eddie Hermida of Suicide Silence

When I interviewed Suicide Silence vocalist, Eddie Hermida in October 2015 (read here), he had a strong statement for fans about the direction of the band’s new album:

We’re looking to burn bridges, man. We’re looking for kids to either sink or swim with us. If you’re at all hesitant about our band, if you don’t get our motives and if you don’t get our position in the world and you don’t get where our music comes from, then you’re gonna be one of those fans that gets left behind. It’s one of those things where this next future, this next road for us is gonna be something that is really gonna put us to the test for ourselves more than anybody else. It’s almost one of those things where it might even completely bomb, and we don’t care. It’s one of those things where we’re literally at a point that we’re not allowed to not take chances anymore. We’re not allowed to play the safe road anymore.

With the release of the new self-titled Suicide Silence record (Feb. 24, 2017,  Nuclear Blast) (read review), Eddie and the band kept their word. Actually, two words: clean vocals. And that’s just the start. Yes, the new album is not safe at all. It all but abandons the band’s deathcore sound and has turned into one of the more controversial metal releases in recent memory. In fact, it’s facing St. Anger/Risk/Illud Divinum Insanus-levels of fan backlash. Acclaimed nu-metal producer Ross Robinson, who was integral in the beginning for bands like Korn, Fear Factory, Limp Bizkit and Slipknot in finding their signature styles, takes Suicide Silence and transforms it into a different band. 

As Suicide Silence is about to hit the road supporting the new album, Eddie called into Live Metal’s Jeff Maki to discuss the stylistic changes of the band, fan reaction to the album and his recent online feud with Australian deathcore band Thy Art is Murder. (more…)

Thy Art Is Murder

Australia’s incendiary extreme musical export, Thy Art Is Murder, will return to North America this fall with Parkway Drive.

“We couldn’t be more excited to get back to the states this fall with our brothers from down under, the almighty Parkway Drive,” states guitarist Andy Marsh. “Hot off the back of our recent journey to the states on the Mayhem summer festival tour, we are stoked to finally announce this fall tour. Tour dates inside. (more…)

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For Aussie deathcore band Thy Art is Murder’s time has come with Holy War, its second release through Nuclear Blast Entertainment. (more…)

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2015 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)

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Australia’s incendiary extreme musical export, Thy Art Is Murder, has released the music video to the title track of their new album Holy War (View inside). Holy War, which is out now worldwide via Nuclear Blast Entertainment, is also now available for streaming at this location. (more…)

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Thy Art Is Murder

Australia’s incendiary extreme musical export Thy Art Is Murder, have revealed the cover art and track listing to their upcoming third studio album entitled, Holy War. Album cover and packaging photos were shot by band photographer Thomas Savage.

Produced and mixed by Will Putney (Suicide Silence, Exhumed, The Acacia Strain), Holy War is the band’s second release for Nuclear Blast Entertainment.  It will be available in various formats (digital; limited digi-pak + bonus track; assorted color vinyl; exclusive mail-order picture disc) and unleashed in North America on June 30th, in Europe & Australia on June 26th, and in the U.K. on June 29th. View album art and tracklisting inside. (more…)

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Within the Ruins have debuted a brand new music video for their latest single “Calling Card,” which is available for viewing inside. Directed by long time veteran director Kevin J. Custer, the video is a drastic departure from what most metal videos look like these days. “This is a perfect representation of the concept of our new album Phenomena,” says vocalist Tim Goergen. (more…)

Thy Art is Murder: "Tho Shall Hate"

Thy Art is Murder: “Tho Shall Hate”

Sydney, Australia’s Thy Art is Murder is a dead-on representation of the sound a modern-day metal band should encompass; an exciting molding of subgenres coated with death and decay, and an overall disgust for all aspects of life. All this is compacted into one brutal new album, appropriately called Hate (April 2, 2013), the band’s second full-length effort and first for Nuclear Blast Records. With influences ranging from The Black Dahlia Murder and Behemoth to hardcore, Thy Art is Murder is brutal alright–you almost have to hear it to believe it. And from Australia, you say? (more…)