Tag Archives: Texas In July

Shadows Fall, Down, Texas In July, Sevendust, Darkest Hour, and more announced for ‘Blue Ridge Rock Festival’ 2022

Posted by on March 10, 2022

  Shadows Fall have been added to the Blue Ridge Rock Festival! ‘Furnace Fest’ in Birmingham, AL for this fall. After going to go on an indefinite hiatus in 2014, the band returned to the stage, again as a unit, in December 2021 in the city of their origin, Massachusetts. As more acts are announced, […]

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This will be the last July for Texas in July

Posted by on April 20, 2015

Texas in July have only put out four albums in their eight years together, and really didn’t get on the map until 2011, the release of their second album, One Reality. And while the quartet got increasingly popular with each release, they announced that they’ll be breaking up this year. It’s not clear if this […]

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Texas in July cancels European tour

Posted by on January 26, 2015

This doesn’t look good. Lambgoat is reporting that Texas in July has cancelled their five-week European tour with Betraying The Martyrs, and Upon This Dawning. This, again, due to health issues with drummer Adam Gray. This is the second time that the PA metalcore band had to cancel shows within a year. Last November the band […]

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Texas in July leave tour with medical emergency

Posted by on November 24, 2014

With a new album, Bloodwork, just released in September on Equal Vision Records, Texas in July hit the road with Within the Ruins in Canada. The band announced this weekend that they’d have to leave the tour because drummer Adam Gray fell ill. From the band’s Facebook page: “We’re so sorry to say this but we unfortunately will not be […]

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South by So What?! add Beartooth, Vanna

Posted by on November 3, 2014

South by So What?! has announced a third group of bands playing the 8th annual South by So What?! festival, taking place on March 20th-22nd, 2015 in Dallas, TX. Joining a line up of already big names like Hatebreed, Atreyu, We Came As Romans, and Motionless in White, will be Vanna, Beartooth, Veil Of Maya and many more (list below). The […]

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Metal By Numbers 9/25: The charts are hardly bare-bones this week

Posted by on September 25, 2014

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Yeah, Cannibal Corpse was not the highest debut of the week, but we focused on that album anyway. Why? Well, between them, Motionless In White, and Slash, the band with the bloody zombie music […]

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New & Noteworthy, September 16th – Rabid

Posted by on September 16, 2014

After last week’s short release list, we get a veritable swarm of new albums today. No time for synopsis – let’s just dive in!   Cannibal Corpse, A Skeletal Domain (Metal Blade) On album number thirteen, Cannibal Corpse is still delivering the most gruesome, gore-spattered death metal this side of an autopsy table. However, it’s the […]

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Listen to new Texas in July in August

Posted by on August 22, 2014

Over the course of three albums, Texas in July have built up a sizable fan base and made the Pennsylvania band one of the more promising up and coming metalcore bands. You’ve might have already gotten a chance to hear the band’s new singer JT Cavey via the video for “Broken Soul.” With their fourth album, Bloodwork, out […]

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Winds of Plague cancel dates with Unearth and Texas In July

Posted by on April 10, 2014

Back in late February, Unearth announced a short stint of dates with Winds of Plague and Texas In July as support. However, with the tour set to begin tomorrow, Winds of Plague have now pulled due to an unspecified illness with a band member. The following was posted to the band’s Facebook: Due to unforeseen […]

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Unearth Announce New Tour Dates With Winds of Plague and Texas In July

Posted by on February 27, 2014

We haven’t heard too much from Unearth lately, but that’s about to change. Unearth was recently added to the lineup for New England Metal and Hardcore Festival in April, so it’s not all that surprising that they’ve announced a small tour with dates in North American and Canada with Winds of Plague and Texas In […]

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