As I Lay Dying drops off Intersection concert date; replacement announced
The San Diego metal band announced on its Facebook page that it officially dropped off its co-headlining tour with Killswitch Engage.
'Disarm the Descent' by Killswitch Engage
"I'd rather burn out/than fade away" bellows returned vocalist Jessie Leach on "The New Awakening," the third track on Disarm the Descent .
Afternoon Tune: 'A Greater Foundation' by As I Lay Dying
Metalcore group As I Lay Dying is scheduled to play at the Regional Market June 7 with fellow rockers Killswitch Engage.
Signs Of Life Inside [Single] Reviews, Angel Vivaldi, Compact Discs
Released: Feb 28, 2012 Genre: Progressive Metal, Neoclassical Metal, Djent Label: Self-released Number Of Tracks: 12 Angel Vivaldi would best be described as the lovechild of Killswitch Engage and Steve Vai, put together by chugs and amazing lead lines in a heartbeat.
Hey fellow Maniacs, I know as of late I have been posting threads that have been divisive and political in nature but not this one.
Howard Jones Almost Suffered Brain Damage During Diabetic Shock
Former Killswitch Engage singer Howard Jones spent three days in a coma last year after suffering a severe case of hyperglycemia.
Killswitch Engage offers 'disarming' metal record
If you're a true metal fan, you've likely been spending the last few weeks biting your fingernails with your Monthly Metal Allowance crinkling in your pocket while you anxiously scan The Cavalier Daily for my judgment of Killswitch Engage's latest album, 'Disarm the Descent.' The Massachusetts quintet was hailed as the crusaders of metalcore after ... (more)
In Due Time
The four bandmembers who came together and created Killswitch Engage already had strong fan followings.
As I Lay Dying News: Christian Metal Band Gearing Up For Tour with...
The Christian hard metal band, As I Lay Dying, has just recently announced their new upcoming tour with band Killswitch Engage.
Plugged In Online
When Killswitch Engage frontman Howard Jones announced he was leaving the band in 2011, some wondered if it might mark the end for the famously ferocious Boston-based metalcore act.