Back in May, we reported that World Digital Rights, a company in Panama which owns licensing rights for the music of All Shall Perish, would be taking 80 fans to court for illegally downloading the band's 2011 album, 'This Is Where It Ends.' From the beginning, the band opposed the lawsuit, speaking out in support their fans despite the illegal downloading. Luckily for those All Shall Perish fans, the charges have now been dropped.
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Even though the band and their management oppose it, a lawsuit against 80 illegal downloaders of All Shall Perish’s 2011 album ‘This Is Where It Ends’ will proceed. World Digital Rights, a Panamanian company that owns the licensing rights to All Shall Perish’s music, is seeking $150,000 in punitive damages from each downloader. The suit was filed in federal court in Florida on April 20.
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After a hard-fought battle and a massive come-from-behind victory, Swedish extreme metal legends Meshuggah beat out Napalm Death in last week's Death Match. The band is just three wins away from being inducted into the Death Match Hall of Fame, but this week Meshuggah's Nuclear Blast labelmates All Shall Perish may be the ones to step in their way.
California deathcore band All Shall Perish have just announced dates for their 2012 'This Is Where It Ends' tour, named after their 2011 album. Along for the ride is a cavalcade of extreme metal bands, including Carnifex, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Conducting From the Grave and the Contortionist.