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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Random Reviews (A LovesDragons Momentary Review): Mine Games (2012)

Now this movie I liked! It was a great movie that messes with your mind. I do enjoy psychological thrillers with a horror feel. A group of friends go out to the woods to meet a friend. They find an abandoned mine and explore it. Throughout their exploration they start seeing things written on the walls and eventually start finding their own dead bodies. It’s a must watch!

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

NEWS: MAC SABBATH "Clown Power Tour"

Watch the New Official "Chicken For The Slaves" Live Video and Read a Psycho Las Vegas Preview Interview via VegasSeven.com

Photo - Please Credit: Erik Fritts
The kings of "extra cheesy" metal covers, MAC SABBATH, kick off their summer headline tour today with a performance at the official Psycho Las Vegas pre-party, taking place at the Hard Rock Hotel Paradise Pool stage in Las Vegas. In celebration of today's tour kick-off,MAC SABBATH manager Mike Odd sat down with Vegas Seven to chat about Psycho Las Vegas, some band history, and more! There, you can also check out a brand new official live video of the band performing "Chicken Of The Slaves". See it all here:http://vegasseven.com/2016/08/25/mac-sabbath-metal-munchies/
On the Clown Power Tour, MAC SABBATH will be joined by equally mesmerizing one-man, painted Elvis Presley project, Clownvis Presley, originally discovered on Season 5 of America's Got Talent. The Clown Power Tour will run for about a month, ending in Tucson, AZ at September 17th. See below for a full listing of MAC SABBATH tour dates.
MAC SABBATH Clown Power Tour Dates:
8/25 - Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Hotel - no Clownvis Presley (Psycho Las Vegas)
8/27 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre - no Clownvis Presley
8/28 - Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre
8/30 - Green Bay, WI @ Lyric Room
8/31 - Detroit, MI @ The Majestic Complex
9/1 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
9/2 - Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
9/3 - Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents
9/4 - Rochester, NY @ The Montage Music Hall
9/5 - Burlington, VT @ Club Metronome
9/7 - Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
9/8 - New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
9/9 - Augusta, NJ @ Sussex County Fairgrounds (New Jersey Taco Festival)
9/10 - Northampton, MA @ Pearl Street Ballroom
9/12 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
9/13 - Waterloo, IA @ Spicoli's
9/14 - Lawrence, KS @ Jackpot Music Hall
9/15 - Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep - no Clownvis Presley
9/16 - Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad - no Clownvis Presley
9/17 - Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress - no Clownvis Presley
Mixing raucous comedy with borderline-horrific theatrics, the only thing more petrifying than impending health problems resulting from years of overeating is a MAC SABBATH show. Show attendees should be prepared to partake in the fun - MAC SABBATH puts on a theatrical, multimedia stage show - complete with a smoking grill, laser-eyed clowns, bouncing burgers and many more magical surprises... basically anything and everything an unwary show-goer could ever want in their wildest dreams.
"... one of the most interesting bands to come around in a long, long time. They have Dead Kennedys' outrageous sense of humor mixed with total irreverence and ornate style on top of a solid, engaging performance (even if the crowd is reluctant to respond). So while this whole thing was probably thought up after eating too many pot brownies, it is one of the most brilliant ideas in a long time."­
Troy Farah, Phoenix New Times
"This is not a drill. Be it exchanging Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" for a "Pair-a-buns" or "Iron Man" for a "Frying Pan," these food-focused musical dweebs are cooking up something hot 'n' ready just for you." - Alicia Lutes, MTV.com
"The most impressive-and terrifying-thing about Mac Sabbath is that they're actually really good. Ronald channels his inner Ozzy onstage, from the manic jumping to the frantic hand waving..." -Bryan Rolli, Paste Magazine
"Even if the songs are dripping with onions and extra cheese, Mac Sabbath put on one righteous stage show, complete with smoke machines, gritty power chords, and endless head-banging." - Chris Coplan, ConsequenceofSound.net
Named by Buzzfeed as one of the "13 Metal Bands You Didn't Know How to React To"
Hungry for more? Check out some MAC SABBATH livevideos via YouTube here:
"Pair-a-Buns" - https://youtu.be/GiAO2-SH3Wc
Twitter: @macsabbath
Tumblr: macsabbath
IG: @officialmacsabbath
Grimalice - bass
Ronald Osbourne - vocals
The Cat Burglar - drums
Slayer MacCheeze - guitar

Photo by Paul Koudounaris

Tuesday, September 27, 2016


Matchbox Films and Jinga Films have announced the UK DVD release of Diego Cohen's terrifying abduction horrorHONEYMOON with a street date of September 26th 2016.

An eccentric and lonely medical doctor kidnaps his neighbour and submits her to a gruesome conditioning experiment to make her his woman. But appearances can be deceptive as his neighbour turns out to have a greater instinct for survival than he expected.

HONEYMOON is the latest in a new wave of Latin American genre films finding distribution in the UK, including THE HOUSE AT THE END OF TIMETHE ENTITYFACE OF THE DEVIL and the soon to be released SCHERZO DIABOLICO and THROUGH THE SHADOW.

Monday, September 26, 2016


Monster Fest, Australia’s premier genre festival, returns to the Lido Cinema in Melbourne from Nov 24-27, 2016, for four days of premieres, special guests, repertory sidebars, short films, presentations and more.

In conjunction with the festival, Monster also announces the return of the Monster Academy -  now dubbed The Swinburne University Media and Communication Monster Academy – a two-day industry conference that takes place Nov 23 and 24th, running up to the festival itself.

We are pleased to announce that veteran director Ted Kotcheff will appear in person to present the film that many critics regard as the greatest Australian film ever made, his 1971 outback classic WAKE IN FRIGHT, as well as screenings of FIRST BLOOD (1982), WEEKEND AT BERNIE’S (1989) and SPLIT IMAGE (1982), the latter as part of our previously announced all-night Cult of Monster marathon.

Kotcheff will also be the keynote speaker at the Swinburne University Media and Communication Monster Academy with a three-hour masterclass on Thursday Nov 24thA limited number of tickets are now on sale for the masterclass HERE: >> https://www.trybooking.com/227339

We’re also excited to announce that Sundance WTF sensation THE GREASY STRANGLER will be our Closing Film followed by a GREASY GALA with the two stars of the film, special guests Sky Elobar (Big Brayden) and Michael St. Michaels (Big Ronnie – the Greasy Strangler himself) in person! The premiere of the film The Guardian called "a playful oasis of filth and depravity" and Empire called “one of the best movies of 2016” will be accompanied by a nationwide tour with the stars in attendance for special event screenings, “Greasy Disco”, themed drinks, “Hootie Tootie Disco Cutie” contests and various oily hijinx.  Grease is the word!

Weekend passes to Monster Fest are on sale now for $199 AUD. This includes access to all screenings and events at Lido Cinemas from Nov 24-27, including the Opening and Closing Parties and the all-night Cult of Monster Marathon. Individual Day Passes are also available for $65 AUD. Passes are available now on the Lido website HERE: https://www.lidocinemas.com.au/Promotion/Monster-Fest-2016-At-Lido

Please note Monster Academy Passes and tickets are sold separately and will go on sale when the full Academy lineup is announced in the coming month.
Press and Industry Accreditation is also now open – we invite funders, sales agents, distributors and film programmers to apply for accreditation to this year’s Monster Fest. Full details and eligibility requirements are listed on the Monster Fest website HERE: http://www.monsterfest.com.au/press-industry/

Sunday, September 25, 2016

my top 13 "Final Girls".... #10

What's a 'Final Girl' you might ask? She's the last woman standing at the end of a horror film. Usually the one who defeats the killer. In this list, I'll give you my top 13 'Final Girls' in horror of all time. Without furtur ado....

#10: Stretch Brock from 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2' played by Caroline Williams
DJ by night, Leatherface survivor by day. Stretch embodies the true spirit of the "Final Girl". Mild mannered and fun loving in the beginning, but will take on anyone and everyone to make it through the night. Plus, the final scene says it all.

Baskin (2015) Review

“Baskin is a tripped out Lynchian nightmare within a nightmare that leads down a bloody path to hell.” ~ Creepercast

Synopsis: A squad of unsuspecting cops goes through a trapdoor to Hell when they stumble upon a Black Mass in an abandoned building. (IMDB) Director: Can Evrenol Writers: Ogulcan Eren Akay, Can Evrenol Starring: Mehmet Cerrahoglu, Gorkem Kasal, Ergun Kuyucu et al

Baskin (which means police raid in Turkish) is a tripped out Lynchian nightmare within a nightmare that leads down a bloody path to hell. This is writer/director Can Evrenol’s first feature debut film, based on his 2013 short film of the same title, premiered at Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness section, and awarded the Best Director at Austin Fantasticfest's New Wave Awards. Yes, it is a foreign film, straight out of Turkey and undoubtedly represents the society and culture in some way. Evrenol has credited 80’s horror and Hammer type films for his appreciation of the art that goes into a horror film. Baskin is bathed in artist expressionism, oft times surreal, like Van Gogh or even Dali. Baskin is truly Evrenol’s ‘Andalusian Dog’ in every way. According to Evrenol “I'd like to think that my inspirations are from a broader source: real-life horrors, modern art, pop art and fairy tales combined.”

There is so much about Baskin that defies explanation. One can only assume that the Turkish culture heavily influenced the writers. The links that do come together are intense, grotesque, and mind boggling. I’ve already linked the film to David Lynch but you can always say there is a little Brian O’Malley’s vision of hell and Eli Roth’s penchant for gore in there as well. The influences and horror tropes are limitless and horribly well done to the point where it is impossible to determine real-life, fictional horror, and fairy tale apart from each other. Evrenol also introduces us to an instant classic monster in the hellish cult's leader, The Father. The Father is easily the new face of evil from his disfigured appearance to his authoritative delivery of each one of the officers sentences. He is the conduit between life, death, and hell, and passes sentence with understanding glee. He is the new Pinhead who has such pleasures and pain to show you and he does so with his creatures standing by to assist. Each of the police officers that ends up in this little slice of hell has a sin to atone for and The Father will make sure they do.

When it comes down too it, Baskin is a well choreographed, shot, and executed film that will mess with the minds of even the most jaded of horror fans. Especially when our final guy gets sucked into the twist that ends the dream within the dream.

Til next we bleed… Farewell from the beasts and I,

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Saturday, September 24, 2016

my thoughts on.... 'They're Watching'

As with all of my reviews of films for The Creepercast, I fully recommend that you check each and every one of them out. I am one man and this is my opinion. I've seen plenty of movies that received reviews that were the complete opposite of how I saw the film. These writers, directors, producers and actors all put a lot of time and love into these projects. They deserve to be seen and appreciated for what they are. Everyone has a dream and I fully support the people that take the time to make theirs a reality. With that being said....
I legitimately had no idea what I was getting into, when I turned on 'They're Watching'. I knew very little about it and had intentionally kept it that way, so as to enjoy it with untainted eyes. What I'm going to say now is, if you want to experience it the same way I did, then stop this review now and go watch it. Currently it's streaming on Netflix and is only about an hour and a half. I'll be here when you get back.
* There may be minor spoilers ahead *
Okay, so if you're reading this, you've either watched the film or don't mind a little bit of spoilers. 'They're Watching' is strongly based on several different HGTV programs about people buying homes for the first time or fixer uppers or haunted mansions or whatever. There was no question what the basis for the overall premise was. This gave the film a grounding and logical explanation for the near found footage style or film making. However, they offer a bit more reasonable excuse why we're seeing the film at the end, since almost every involved is dead, but we'll get to that. Written and directed by Jay Lender and Micah Wright, this film isn't entirely sure what it wants to be. Jay Lender has primarily worked in television on such shows as 'Phineas and Ferb' and 'Spongebob Squarepants'. Micah Wright has mainly worked in video games, so right off the bat, you know you're in for something different. A horror movie with that pedigree has to have something to prove. Starring a slew of fairly unknown actors, sans Dimitri Diatchenko, whom you may not recognize his name, but look up his credits and you'll know the man. All of this actually works in the films favor, as it makes you care more about the characters, than the people who play them. The locations feel very genuine and you get nice sense of xenophobia throughout the film. All good things to have going on, if you're a film maker, right? Keep reading.

The movie begins with the ending. You literally see the death of at least one, possibly two main characters before the credits even begin to roll.... if there were credits. This entire film plays out exactly as though it was an episode of this home buying show, 'Home Hunters Global'. Once the initial shock of the violent deaths has passed, we skip back to before the film crew had arrived, as we see the original episode that started the whole journey. A young couple, Becky and Goran, are looking to purchase a small fixer upper in Goran's home town, a remote Eastern European village of 200 people called Moldova. The host, Kate Banks, shows them a run down and decrepit cottage on the outskirts of town that has seen better days. Surprisingly, Becky leaps at the chance to turn it into her dream home. Fast forward to 6 months later, as Kate and her crew are gearing up to go back and see how Becky has progressed with her project. We meet Sarah, a fresh out of film school intern type. Greg, a long time cameraman who had served in Afghanistan. And finally, Joe, a rather hap hazard producer who really doesn't like the idea of having to go back to this backwoods little town overseas. When they arrive, they surprised to be greeted by staring villagers everywhere they go and are even more surprised when they show up at the cottage and it's beautiful. Goran is out of town, but Becky welcomes them with open arms. Proud to show off all of the hard work she's put into remodeling her home. Upon further inspection, things start to turn a little strange as there are paintings of a witch burning and frogs in the cellar. They start to have stranger and stranger run in's with the locals as nobody seems to want them there, except Becky. From there, you're on your own. I'll have a bit more to say in a bit about what happens, but I'm hoping you'll have already seen the film by that point.
'They're Watching' isn't your standard found footage style film. From the basic use of the home remodeling show premise to the remote foreign location, it feels more like a regular movie than anything else. There are brief moments where you're reminded that it's all being filmed by the characters themselves, but it's never overwhelming or shoved down your throat. It's a subtle approach, let's call it. This may not be the most original take on the subject of witches and film crews stumbling on to something terrifying, but I have to admire the way that Jay Lender and Micah Wright have handled it. They made a very kinetic film going experience that kept me more than interested throughout the entire run time. I felt like I had a good grasp on what was going on and what would eventually happen (especially considering we saw the ending at the beginning), but I wasn't fully expecting the twist that happened in the third act. I wish that I could say that it endeared me to the film and made me want to see it again, however, it kind of turned me off. I don't want to give away the shift in tone and shocking moment that twisted the story around, but it's hard to not talk about it because it influences the viewers final feelings on the whole spectacle.

Let's just say this, after something specific happens, things go really sideways. Not in terms of the films plot, but in terms of the films special effects and the reality of what's happening. It's at this point, that I could start to see the film makers backgrounds starting to bleed through into the main plot. It's so cartoonish and somewhat silly that I started to wonder what the hell happened? Because we had such a strong first two acts, it made the ending have much less impact. I've never had a thing for films about witches, except for Rob Zombie's slow burner the 'Lords of Salem'. This movie reminded me why I feel that way. I honestly think that if the directors had just toned down the special effects more and maybe had a bit more humor sprinkled throughout the first half, the ending would have made more sense. Perhaps it was budgetary constraints or maybe just a desire to be a little bat crap insane at the end? The audience may never know.
Before I sum everything up that I'm feeling and give you my final rating of the film, I should say that I didn't hate this movie and in fact, I rather enjoyed it. There was some great homages paid to other films, along the way. Including my favorite, which was directly pointed at Sam Raimi's 'Evil Dead' franchise. There was also some really great moments of shock and surprise and some good character development. I really grew to hate Kate, mainly because of the script and the choices Carrie Genzel made in flushing her out. There was a lot to really love about 'They're Watching'. However, it just never felt like it knew what kind of movie it wanted to be. Was it a horror film? A comedy? Perhaps a little of both? Which, when it's done right, can be amazing. (I'm looking at you 'Cabin in the Woods') This just never happened, in my opinion. It's almost as though the idea was to throw everything in, including the kitchen sink, and hope for the best. All in all, I'd give it a solid 3 out of 5 stars. A really strong outing for these film makers and I hope that it allows them to continue to make movies. They have a strong voice and plenty of real world experience to work from. If they can just harness it and focus that energy on a better overall film from start to finish, we may be seeing something pretty fantastic from them down the road. I would recommend checking this one out, if you're looking for something a little different and don't mind jumping the shark at the end.

If you'd like to see some other films about witches, check out: 'Lords of Salem', 'The Witch' or 'The Wizard of Oz' (I'm just saying, there's witches in that film)

Thursday, September 22, 2016

A Moment with Kreepy Kev: The Ledge (2011)

Picked this one based on my continuing post-Sons Of Anarchy Charlie Hunnam binge as well as the film's purported pro-reason stance. Plus, the writer/director is a descendant of Charles Darwin himself, so bonus, right? No. This tepid piece of crap is amateur hour through and through, from the atrocious acting to every technical credit I can think of. It should be renamed The Room 2: Atheist Agenda - it's that bad. Presenting its hero as such an ignorant, selfish, amoral jerk, it does nothing good for the image of atheists. Plus it makes such awful, amateurish arguments for its message, it was embarrassing to watch. A direct punch to the groin of all logic and reason. Another one of those films that makes you wonder how this thing actually got greenlit, and how did all these halfway respectable actors (not counting Liv Tyler - she's terrible all the time) get snagged into this? Stay far away.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016


Wednesday Sept 21, 2016

Instructors: Jack Ketchum, Kier-La Janisse

Stephen King called him “the scariest guy in America.” And so we kick off Miskatonic NYC with a bang as a titan of horror fiction, Jack Ketchum (OFF SEASON, THE GIRL NEXT DOOR, THE LOST, RED) joins us for our first event at the Morbid Anatomy Museum for an in-depth look at his work and adaptations to the screen, moderated by film writer, programmer and Miskatonic Institute founder Kier-La Janisse.

About the Instructors:

Jack Ketchum is the pseudonym for a former actor, singer, teacher, literary agent, lumber salesman, and soda jerk -- a former flower child and baby boomer who figures that in 1956 Elvis, dinosaurs and horror probably saved his life. His first novel, Off Season, prompted the Village Voice to publicly scold its publisher in print for publishing violent pornography. He personally disagrees but is perfectly happy to let you decide for yourself. His short story The Box won a 1994 Bram Stoker Award from the HWA, his story Gone won again in 2000 -- and in 2003 he won Stokers for both best collection for Peaceable Kingdom and best long fiction for Closing Time. He has written eleven novels, the latest of which are Red, Ladies' Night, and The Lost. His stories are collected in The Exit At Toledo Blade Boulevard, Broken on the Wheel of Sex, and Peaceable Kingdom. His novella The Crossings was cited by Stephen King in his speech at the 2003 National Book Awards. (Photo by Steve Thornton) www.jackketchum.net

Kier-La Janisse is a film writer and programmer, Editor-in-Chief of Spectacular Optical Publications, founder of The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies and the Festival Director of Monster Fest in Melbourne, Australia. She is the author of A Violent Professional: The Films of Luciano Rossi (FAB Press, 2007) and House of Psychotic Women: An Autobiographical Topography of Female Neurosis in Horror and Exploitation Films (FAB Press, 2012). She recently co-edited and published the anthology books KID POWER! about kids in cult film and television and Satanic Panic: Pop-Cultural Paranoia in the 1980s. She is currently working on the book A Song From the Heart Beats the Devil Every Time about children’s programming from 1965-1985.

NEWS: SOILWORK Releases Fourth "Inside Death Resonance" Video Trailer

Pre-Order Death Resonance in CD Digipack or Clear Vinyl Here

Visionary Swedish metallers SOILWORK have released the fourth "Inside Death Resonance" video trailer in which singer Björn "Speed" Strid talks about the band's upcoming special collection of rarities, Death Resonance, out August 19, 2016 via Nuclear Blast. Head to this location to watch: https://youtu.be/dqewtE-bLHw
Watch part 1 here: https://youtu.be/RHd01VOynRo
Watch part 2 here: https://youtu.be/OptDT8RdA4M
Watch part 3 here: https://youtu.be/-FjgZqdoFrs
You can also watch the official visualizer for "These Absent Eyes" here: https://youtu.be/ydGQYp6QCHs
The song was originally released on the Japan-only EP Beyond The Infinite, which featured more songs from the recordings sessions for the band's globally praised double album The Living Infinite.
Commented singer Björn "Speed" Strid: "Beyond The Infinite consists of some special, quite experimental songs. They might have been cut out from the original album but have a unique charm to them. It wasn't easy to pick the final track list for The Living Infinite. It was never obvious which songs wouldn't make it. The writing and recording was highly experimental and playful in general, and it was through this album that we rediscovered ourselves as songwriters, with a new and improved line-up which brought - and will bring - so many interesting things to the table. Originally only released in Japan, it is with great pleasure that we finally share those special songs with you all. Enjoy!"
Watch the lyric video for "Helsinki", created by well-known videographer Tommy Antonini (facebook.com/tommyantoninivideography), at this location: https://youtu.be/g5VGQueLuqM
Commented guitar player David Andersson: "Death. It's a word that might be used too often, but it can still be interpreted in a myriad different ways. It's not just the soma being deprived of its lifeforce; it's also the end of infinity, the birth of new possibilities and the acceptance of inevitable change. This song was written soon after the recording of our live album in Finland, making new friends and making sure that the old ones stay with us forever, despite the fact that everything is finite."
Pre-Order Death Resonance in as CD digipak or clear vinyl here: http://nblast.de/SoilworkDResonanceNB
The gloomy cover art (see below) was created by Mnemic guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie (Volbeat, Carcass, Scar Symmtery, Strapping Young Lad).
Death Resonance tracklisting:
01. Helsinki (new song)
02. Death Resonance (new song)
03. The End Begins Below The Surface (The Ride Majestic Japan bonus track)
04. My Nerves, Your Everyday Tool (Beyond The Infinite Japan-only EP)
05. These Absent Eyes (Beyond The Infinite Japan-only EP)
06. Resisting The Current (Beyond The Infinite Japan-only EP)
07. When Sound Collides (Beyond The Infinite Japan-only EP)
08. Forever Lost In Vain (Beyond The Infinite Japan-only EP)
09. Sweet Demise (The Panic Broadcast Japan bonus track)
10. Sadistic Lullabye (re-recorded, The Panic Broadcast Japan bonus track)
11. Overclocked (2016 mix, Sworn A Great Divide Japan bonus track)
12. Martyr (2016 mix, Sworn A Great Divide Japan bonus track)
13. Sovereign (2016 mix, Sworn A Great Divide Japan bonus track)
14. Wherever Thorns May Grow (2016 mix, Stabbing The Drama Japan bonus track)
15. Killed By Ignition (2016 mix, Stabbing The Drama Japan bonus track)
Commented singer Björn "Speed" Strid: "The cover for Death Resonance is made by Mircea Eftemie and in many ways he managed to capture what we went through while recording The Ride Majestic: the sorrow, the close encounter with death, the aftermath and also the existential cogitation that came with it. It links those albums together, even though Death Resonance contains unreleased material from 2005 and forward. The cover almost seems like a link between life and death and not only captures where the band is right now, but also where we've been and what lies ahead."
SOILWORK is currently touring in support of their current album The Ride Majestic. See list of dates below. Visit www.soilwork.org for tickets and more information.
SOILWORK 2016 International Festivals and Headliners:
8.14.2016 Rasnov, Romania - Rockstadt Extreme Fest
8.19.2016 Dinkelsbuhl, Germany - SummerBreeze Open Air
8.20.2016 Saint-Nolff, France - Motocultor Festival
SOILWORK August 2016 UK Tour with Arch Enemy:
Tickets available from seetickets.com
8.21.2016 Norwich, UK -Waterfront w/ ARCH ENEMY
8.22.2016 Sheffield, UK - Corporation w/ ARCH ENEMY

8.23.2016 Cardiff, UK -Tramshed w/ ARCH ENEMY
8.24.2016 Southampton, UK - Engine Rooms w/ ARCH ENEMY
8.25.2016London, UK - The Underworld (tickets) (headline - NO ARCH ENEMY)
SOILWORK in South America:
9.9.2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Treato Odisseia
9.10.2016 Sao Paulo, Brazil - Clash Club
9.11.2016 Curitiba, Brazil - Music Hall
9.13.2016 Buenos Aires, Argentina - Uniclub
9.14.2016 Montevideo, Uruguay - MM Box
9.16.2016 Santiago, Chile - Blondie
9.17.2016 Lima, Peru - The Blood
9.18.2016 Bogota, Columbia - Auditorio Lumiere
9.20.2016 Guadalupe Inn, Mexico - Lunario
2016 SOILWORK North American "Fury Tour" Headline Dates w/Unearth, Battlecross and Darkness Divided
10.14.2016 - Providence, RI @ Fete Music Hall
10.15.2016 - Stanhope, NJ @ Stanhope House
10.16.2016 - Virginia Beach, VA @ Shakas
10.17.2016 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle
10.18.2016 - Atlanta, GA @ The Loft
10.20.2016 - Ft. Worth, TX @ The Rail Club
10.21.2016 - San Leon, TX @ 18th Street Pier Bar and Grill
10.22.2016 - Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room
10.24.2016 - Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theater
10.26.2016 - Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse
10.27.2016 - San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
10.29.2016 - Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
10.30.2016 - Spokane, WA @ The Pin
11.1.2016 - Jerome, ID @ Diamondz Event Center
11.2.2016 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Bar
11.3.2016 - Denver, CO @ The Summit Music Hall
11.5.2016 - St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
11.6.2016 - Louisville, KY @ Diamond Pub & Billiards
11.7.2016 - Kent, OH @ The Outpost
11.9.2016 - Ringle, WI @ Q and Z Expo Center
11.10.2016 - Arlington Heights, IL @ Home Bar
11.11.2016 - Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
11.12.2016 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Diesel
11.13.2016 - New York City, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre
11.15.2016 - Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey
11.16.2016 - Toronto, ON @ Rockpile West
Presented by: EMP, ESP, Meinl, Metal.de, Metal Hammer, Metal + Wine, Metalnews.de, Musix, Nuclear Blast, Peta, Piranha, RTN-Touring, Tätowiermagazin, Visions.
2.1.2017 Metz, France - B.A.M.
2.2.2017 Tilburg, Netherlands - 013
2.3.2017 Munich, Germany - Tonhalle
2.4.2017 Hamburg, Germany - Mehr! Theater
2.6.2017 Copenhagen, Denmark - Amager Bio
2.7.2017 Oslo, Norway - Rockefeller
2.10.2017 Helsinki, Finland - Black Box
2.11.2017 Tampere, Finland - Pakkahuone
2.12.2017 Tallinn, Estonia - Rock Cafe
2.13.2017 Vilnius, Lithuania - Siemens Arena
2.15.2017 Warsaw, Poland - Progresja
2.16.2017 Wien, Austria - Gasometer
2.17.2017 Wiesbaden, Germany - Schlachthof
2.18.2017 Berlin, Germany - Columbia-Halle
2.19.2017 Pratteln, Switzerland - Z 7
2.21.2017 Trezzo, Italy - Live Club
2.22.2017 Grenoble, France - Summum
2.23.2017 Barcelona, Spain - Razzmatazz
2.24.2017 Madrid, Spain - Riviera
2.25.2017 Toulouse, France - Bikini
2.26.2017 Paris, France - Bataclan
2.28.2017 Manchester, UK - Academy
3.1.2017 Dublin, Ireland - Vicar Street
3.2.2017 London, Uk - O2 Forum
3.3.2017 Balen, Belgium - Torhout
3.4.2017 Essen, Germany - Grugahalle
SOILWORK's The Ride Majestic is available to order now in CDvinyl, or digital formats.

"Death In General" music video: 
"Enemies In Fidelity" music video: https://youtu.be/5aCvJWyeGnA 
"The Ride Majestic" song stream: 
Visit SOILWORK online at www.soilwork.org.
Björn "Speed" Strid (vocals)
Sven Karlsson (keyboards)
Sylvain Coudret (guitar)
David Andersson (guitar)
Markus Wibom (bass)