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OTHERWISE Premiere “Die For You” Lyric Video On REVOLVERMAG.COM

Posted in All Metal, Artist Watch, Featured, New Music, News, Previews, Releases, Reviews, Shows with tags , , , , on August 8, 2013 by Randy

On Tour Now With THREE DAYS GRACE;

September Dates Include AFTERSHOCK Festival And P.O.D.

 

OTHERWISE are climbing the charts with their new single “Die For You” – now they’ve teamed up with Revolver Magazine to premiere the lyric video for the song, the third single from their breakthrough debut album ‘True Love Never Dies.’

Debuting exclusively at revolvermag.com, you can watch the lyric video here:

http://www.revolvermag.com/news/exclusive-otherwise-premiere-new-lyric-video-die-for-you.html.

No strangers to the road, OTHERWISE are turning the touring up a notch this summer, embarking on a three-week trek with THREE DAYS GRACE Friday in Fort Wayne, IN, playing a handful of dates with P.O.D. in September, and appearing on festivals includingMONSTER ENERGY AFTERSHOCK and THE TASTE OF MADISON (see complete itinerary below).

The follow-up to their breakout hits “Soldiers” and “I Don’t Apologize (1000 Pictures),” “Die For You” is poised to be the band’s biggest single yet, a full-throttle anthem of undying devotion written in the face of bitter betrayal.

 

 

Led by the distinctive voice of frontman Adrian Patrick, Las Vegas’ OTHERWISE released ‘True Love Never Dies’ in May 2012 and propelled by album sales of more than 45,000 (and counting) became the best-selling new rock band of the year. On the single front, “Soldiers” has sold more than 100,000 digital tracks, and the band has amassed more than 2.4 million total views on YouTube. You can watch the band’s official music video for “Soldiers” here, and their music video for “I Don’t Apologize (1000 Pictures)” here.

OTHERWISE with Three Days Grace:

AUGUST

09: Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s

10: Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

11: Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues

13: Flint, MI – The Machine Shop

14: Joliet, IL – Mojoes

16: Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s

18: Fayetteville, AR – Arkansas Music Pavilion (The AMP)

23: Reno, NV – Ernaut Residence

24: Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot

25: Boise, ID – Knitting Factory Concert House

27: Seattle, WA – Showbox SODO

28: Missoula, MT – Wilma Theater

30: Loveland, CO – Thunder Mountain Amphitheatre

SEPTEMBER

26: Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom

27: Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

28: Wallingford, CT – The Dome

 

OTHERWISE with P.O.D.:

SEPTEMBER

13: Fresno, CA – The Starline

15: San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brewing Company

17: Las Vegas, CA – Fremont Country Club

20: Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep

21: Window Rock, AZ – Window Rock Sports Center

OTHERWISE at Taste Of Madison

(with Saliva, Aranda, Bobaflex, RA, Trapt, Eve To Adam, Kyng, and more):

September

01: Madison, WI – Capitol Square

 

OTHERWISE at Monster Energy Aftershock 

(with Korn, Avenged Sevenfold, Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth, Volbeat, Shinedown, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, In This Moment, and more): 

September

14: Sacramento, CA – Discovery Park

OTHERWISE online:

www.weareotherwise.com

www.facebook.com/otherwiseofficial

www.twitter.com/weareotherwise

TheRockTribune’s coverage of the 2012 Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Fest

Posted in All Metal, Artist Watch, News, Photos, Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , on September 5, 2012 by Randy

2012 marks the third year for the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival, and as the two prior, it’s a must see for all.  This year’s line up is packed with talent, from bands like Candlelight Red and P.O.D. on the side stages, to the big boys on the main stage such as Staind, Godsmack, and Shinedown.  A classic display of old and new, and being the last big tour of the summer, this may be the only thing that’ll carry you through winter until it all starts over in the spring.

Second stages tend to be where the fan/artist intimacy resides, as it gives the fans a chance to get as close as their heart’s desire and go nuts with the Gods on stage.  2012’s side stages were off the charts in Pittsburgh, PA and will continue to be throughout the rest of the tour as long as the fans show up ready to party and give the bands energy to feed off of.  The Ernie Ball and Jager stages didn’t have an act that was disappointing…every band walked out on stage like they owned the place and threw down a performance to back up that attitude.  Two of the most impressive acts were Candlelight Red on the Jager stage and P.O.D. on the Ernie ball stage, with CLR being fairly new to the game…they may have won “most impressive.”  They stepped out with a fairly small group of people in the pit, but after their second or third song they had drew an enormous crowd…real fist pumping, “heart beating out of the chest” mayhem.   Old school nu-metalers P.O.D, a band everyone knows, had the task of headlining the side stages.  They straight up set the tone for everyone on the main stage with ease and passion that has fueled them for years and marked them as one of the top three performances of the whole day.  If an act has to be labeled as someone who needs to “step it up,” then the award goes to Deuce.  The performance they had put on was decent, but for someone who the media and radio stations hype up so much, it didn’t meet expectations.

Main stage acts included Staind (3 consecutive albums debuted at #1) and Godsmack, but let’s not forget Adelitas Way.  They are the first band to come out and “break in” the main stage at every city on this tour.  The entire band is crowd friendly and makes sure the fans have fun and enjoy themselves as much as they do.  As previously mentioned… Staind, always a stellar and consistent performance, (even though Aaron Lewis sings about being a country boy from time to time) is still relevant to hard rock. Godsmack also threw down, with Sully Erna wheeling out (recorded drums on Godsmack’s first album) a complete second drum set, rattling off drum solos alongside drummer Shannon Larkin.  When they stepped off stage it left the entire venue with mouths wide open and set the bar awfully high for headliner Shinedown. Their performance was sadly the low point of the day…the band just didn’t show up with a great set list and had a lack luster show that had some fans leaving before it was even half way over.  It doesn’t look good when you’re the “main attraction” and you can’t keep everyone’s attention.  But maybe someone should tell front man Brent Smith that the year is 2012 and he should be banging his head since he’s a rocker, not attempting to shake his hips like Elvis.  Hats off to Rockstar Energy Drink for putting together another great line up this year.  All that’s left is to sit back and wonder what next year will behold.

-Logan Rendulic, © TRT 2012

 http://www.rockstaruproar.com/

LIVING SACRIFICE “IN FINITE LIVE” DVD PRE ORDERS

Posted in News, Releases with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 23, 2011 by Randy

LIVING SACRIFICE, who have been thrashing for over twenty years, return with a brand new DVD.

“In Finite Live” features a professionally shot and recorded multi-camera performance filmed in Pomona, Southern California. The band’s set list spans their impressive catalog. The band counts members of bands as diverse as LAMB OF GOD, AS I LAY DYING and DEMON HUNTER among their fans.

Bonus features on the DVD includes behind-the-scenes mini-documentaries from the making of the two music videos for the band’s 2010 “comeback” album, “The Infinite Order”, as well as six more tracks from another live show in the group’s original home area of Little Rock, Arkansas.

Former and current members of LIVING SACRIFICE went on to join bands such as EVANESCENCE, P.O.D. and NORMA JEAN. The reunited band’s lineup includes band co-founders Bruce Fitzhugh and Lance Garvin as well as lead guitarist Rocky Gray (WE ARE THE FALLEN, ex-EVANESCENCE) and bass player Arthur Green, both of whom have played with LIVING SACRIFICE since the band’s 2000 album “The Hammering Process.”

Preorders are live now and will ship the week of December 9, 2011 – Click HERE for a sneak peak!

Live at the Glasshouse:
01. “Bloodwork”
02. “Imminent War”
03. “Death Machine”
04. “Local Vengeance Killing”
05. “Flatline”
06. “Rules of Engagement”
07. “In Christ”
08. “Symbiotic”
09. “Reborn Empowered”
10. “Reject”

Live in Little Rock:
11. “Nietzsche’s Madness”
12. “They Were One”
13. “Hand of the Dead”
14. “Symbiotic”
15. “Local Vengeance Killing”
16. “Bloodwork”

Preorder the DVD HERE

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