Killswitch Engage releases ‘Atonement II: B-Sides for Charity’

Killswitch Engage has released "Atonement II  B-Sides For Charity," of which 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the COVID-19 Relief Fund for the Center for Disaster Philanthropy. The release includes six songs from the recording sessions for KsE's 2019-released and Grammy-nominated album "Atonement," out now via Metal Blade Records. It is exclusively available on Bandcamp for a week as of May 1. It then... Continue Reading →

Cattle Decapitation launch video for “Bring Back The Plague”

After releasing their latest record, “Death Atlas” last year, Cattle Decapitation are now launching a video for “Bring Back The Plague.” Get ready...this one's a doozy! Cattle Decapitation's Travis Ryan (vocals) comments: "With the cancellation of our ironically titled 'Europandemic Tour' and social distancing recommendations set in place, we found ourselves with not much to... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Killswitch Engage – ‘Atonement’

Review by Greg Maki-----The story of Killswitch Engage is remarkable and unique: Record subgenre-defining album (2002’s “Alive or Just Breathing”); replace vocalist after his sudden departure; achieve even greater success, flying the flag of metalcore while peers quietly fade away; replace second vocalist with first vocalist; continue busting out heavy, catchy, impassioned tunes; do it... Continue Reading →

Killswitch Engage to release ‘Atonement’ on Aug. 16

Killswitch Engage will release its eighth album, "Atonement," on Aug. 16 via Metal Blade Records. The album is available for pre-order here. The band also has shared "Unleashed," the first song from the new album. Watch the visualizer for the track below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm-sI1EB8BA "'Unleashed' is about inner passion and rage coming up to the surface," singer Jesse Leach said. "We... Continue Reading →

Killswitch Engage announces rescheduled U.S. tour dates for fall

Fresh off its summer European tour with Iron Maiden, Killswitch Engage has announced the rescheduled dates from its spring 2018 tour. The band was forced to postpone a handful of dates in late April and early May due to singer Jesse Leach undergoing vocal cord surgery. The band will play make up shows in the four markets (Sayreville, Poughkeepsie,... Continue Reading →

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