As I Lay Dying / Austrian Death Machine vocalist Tim Lambesis has added yet another project to his musical resume. The singer's most recent group is Pyrithion, and the band's debut EP, 'The Burden of Sorrow,' is set for release on April 16 via Metal Blade Records.
As I Lay Dying's 'No Lungs to Breathe' single speaks to surviving amidst isolated and adverse conditions, so it makes sense that the lyric video for the song is shot against the backdrop of the stars in outer space, with a mythical winged creature holding the key to it all.
It's becoming more commonplace for musicians to ask for a little financial help for their passion projects that have a smaller profile than their main bands, and As I Lay Dying's Tim Lambesis is doing just that for his Austrian Death Machine project.
As I Lay Dying are getting ready to hit the road and they've teamed up with Loudwire for an amazing giveaway. The group is offering up a stellar prize package that includes a pair of tickets to the 'Marathon Metalcore' show of your choosing on their upcoming co-headlining trek with The Devil Wears Prada. In addition, the winning entrant will also receive a signed bass drumhead from the band, a copy of their 'Awakened' CD and a special edition vinyl version of the disc, as well.
Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Lambesis spoke about the band's upcoming co-headlining tour with The Devil Wears Prada, as well as plans for the release of his own side project and much more. Read Full Metal Jackie’s interview with Tim Lambesis below:
It was a massive year for The Devil Wears Prada and As I Lay Dying, as both bands played 2012's extremely successful Mayhem tour over the summer. And now the two acts will continue the momentum with a 2013 co-headlining North American trek dubbed the 'Marathon Metalcore Tour.'
The Monster Energy Outbreak Tour made its stop in New York City on Sunday night (Dec. 9) for a sold-out show at the Best Buy Theater. Headliners Asking Alexandria set fans into a frenzy, as did As I Lay Dying, Memphis May Fire, I See Stars and Attila.
The music world continues to mourn the loss of Suicide Silence's Mitch Lucker, a rising star in the metal community who perished in a motorcycle accident on Halloween night earlier this year. In the wake of his death, a memorial show designed to raise funds for Lucker's young daughter, Kenadee, was recently announced and now some of the talent has been revealed.
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