Something that wouldn’t have been a big deal now is something that makes the headlines!
What a welcome!
It seems that it is true, from the sounds of it, CJ is back in Thy Art Is Murder.
The very nature of an EP is to be ever so slightly exciting. Like tying fans over before the next big release, a small snippet of things to come and a snapshot of where the band is at musically. Originally being somewhat reticent to EP’s don’t ask me why but I think it’s to do with the very short lived nature of it, this year I came to be a lot more acquainted with them causing me to make yet another list!
Featuring : Whitechapel, Thy Art Is Murder, Carnifex, Obey The Brave, Fallujah, Make Them Suffer and Polar!
And the singer is…
A staple in the late eighties the idea of the split EP has been around for quite some time. Brought together by similar styles, common themes or even just being friends split EP’s are what some would call diamonds. Falling under the umbrella the three bands toured with each other extensively forming a bond leading to the idea of a three way split manifesting their despair, desolate ideologies and hopelessness in The Depression Sessions.
Check out the latest trailer for the forthcoming split EP from Thy Art Is Murder, The Acacia Strain and Fit For An Autopsy.
Having just had the blistering Impericon tour come through this Spring we now get to be treated to the real meat and potatoes this Autumn.
Thy Art Is Murder embark on potentially their biggest headline tour yet in the US.
Having released no doubt their biggest selling record to date, Thy Art Is Murder have only just begun their ascent. Previously releasing their album Hate the band embarked on an incredibly demanding tour schedule in order to benefit from the album. Now with the future set to even greater things, in a complete shock frontman CJ McMahon has left the band.
For those who are unaware Thy Art Is Murder released their great new album Holy War this June, when the albums uncensored album cover was revealed it seems that many people thought that there were some similarities…