New dates added for October

Three more killer shows coming up for us!

• Oct 1 (The High Note — Birmingham, AL) w/Straight Line Stitch! w/Revelation Symphony, Master Key and Sinema. Presented by Flyunder Entertainment.

• OCt 24 (The Masquerade — Atlanta GA) w/OTEP, Stolen Babies, New Year’s Day, and Lydia Can’t Breathe. Tickets available now!

• Oct 31 — TBA (Birmingham, AL)…. Oh, we can’t wait to tell you about this one once we get the details!

Spread the love, and spread the Inviolation! We’ll have more details soon! October is shaping up to be a great month for us!

September Inviolations

Totally stoked to be opening for SOiL and Dope on September 24th at the Masquerade in Atlanta! Tickets are available here at http://inviolate1.com/tickets (just click the flyer!) for just $13. This just happens to be the day of Kadria’s birthday, so it’s gonna be a killer time, even if it’s on a Tuesday!

We’re also going back to Columbia SC to throw down with our good friends in Decadence, Right to Fall and Robot Plant at New Brookland Tavern on September 27th. That one’s only $5 for 21+. Really excited to come back to our “second home” of South Carolina, as we haven’t Inviolated the state since March. We always have a rockin’ time up there, and the Decadence and RTF guys always show us the best of Southern hospitality.

We’ve also got a few radio interviews and promo spots lining up during the second half of the month, so be sure to keep an eye out on our Facebook and Twitter pages for where and when you can read and hear us. Also, all you prog metal fans might catch a glimpse of our resident metal bellydancer during Prog Power XIV at Center Stage in Atlanta during Sept 4-7. Don’t be shy, ask for a pic then tweet it/post it on Instagram and Facebook and let us know about it.

Spread the word, and spread the Inviolation!

On Tap for August

Whew! Didn’t mean to neglect y’all, but time’s fun when you’re having flies, as Kermit the Frog says! I’ve been deep in the studio prepping remixes for our shows in Tampa and Orlando on Aug 16 & 17, and boy this is going to be a killer weekend of shows if you haven’t experienced one of our industrial sets yet! Historically we’ve done only one a year where Inviolate performs extended versions and remixes of some of our songs. This year we’re amping it up even more with never-before heard versions of Condemned, Feast of Ashes, and Skeptic, as well as others, plus a new sword dance. Given the reception that “Cherev” got when Kadria performed it in Orlando last June, we think that scimitar is going to have more appearances in many more shows to come.

2.0 Lineup for Tampa (The Brass Mug, 8/16)
Jeremy Kidd: Drums
Robert Hannon: Bass
Derek Obscura: Guitar

With Human Factors Lab, Ten Cent Toys, and more!
Check out the Facebook link here.

2.0 Lineup for Orlando (The Haven, 8/17)
Jeremy Kidd: Drums
Robert Hannon: Bass
Derek Obscura: Guitar

Haven Fest 2013! Straight Line Stitch headlining. With Traverser, F.I.L.T.H, Nuera, Human Factors Lab, Almost Winter, Halo Violation, & Stand Well Among Giants.
Check out the Facebook event link here

2.0 lineup for Albany GA (8/23, Oglethorpe Lounge)
Robert Hannon: Bass
Derek Obscura: Guitar
Chris Hoff: Drums

With Dog Head and Intoxicated Logic.
Check out the Facebook event here.

GA Music Awards Showcase @ Masquerade

About to start rehearsals for our appearance at the GA Music Awards Rock/Metal showcase at the Masquerade on 5/31! They’ve saved the best for last ;) and we only have 20 minutes to show our stuff at 1 AM, so we’re still gonna bring it as the finale to a killer night of local rock and metal. 2.0 Lineup is: Alan Strange (guitar), Robert Hannon (bass), and WuD on Drums on… well, you get the picture. This was one of the lineups for our CD release party last year, so everyone’s in the pocket and ready to rock. See y’all there!

Knoxville! 05-17-13

Well, that went well! Due to Jarrod having to bow out of this gig, we had to re-configure our show (and backing tracks) to be a 3-piece for the Knoxville, TN show at 90 Proof. And according to everyone we talked to, they loved it! Some people were also wondering how Robert was playing bass and guitar simultaneously (wink wink). Well, the folks we work with are just THAT good.

And, Deconbrio’s representative “Merk” and Kadria had their dance-off re-match…. video should hopefully be forthcoming. Red velvet cheesecake, courtesy of Belfast 6 Pack’s guitarist Anthony “Gun” Gunter, and a stormy drive back to Atlanta topped it off — wow. Great end to our first tour! Can’t wait to do it again!

L-R Anthony Gunter (BF6P)  Kadria, Justin Hagamon (BF6P), Robert Hannon, Shiloh Bloodworth, Micah Morris

L-R Anthony Gunter (BF6P) Kadria, Justin Hagamon (BF6P), Robert Hannon, Shiloh Bloodworth, Micah Morris

Tour Diaries Pt I

Writing this from Burlington, NJ where I’m getting the Thunderhorse an oil change in between shows. What a crazy first couple of shows and getting our first tour legs. En route to Fayetteville with our fellow tourmates Enders Game the trailer suffered a tire blowout (yikes!) but they got everything up and back running in time for our show at The Rock Shop in Fayetteville, NC. Small crowd, but we always like a small enthusiastic crowd instead of a larger, apathetic one. ;) Back to Atlanta for a couple of days, where Enders Game performed at The Highlander on Saturday and I was invited to dance “With This Ring” with them. Then back up 85 and 95 for an uneventful (read: good) drive up to Baltimore. At the hotel Enders Game’s truck got broken into (yikes #2!) and Dave’s GPS stolen… but thankfully all 9 of us were ok. Got the glass replaced, spent a day in the Inner Harbor, and to the Sidebar where we made a few new fans (always awesome :) Which brings us to today, where we hit Philly up for the first time — can’t wait! Despite the crazy events of the past few days, I’m hugely enjoying the company of everyone, and very thankful I’ve got my manager and dear friend Chris Farmer of Strange One Records out on the road with me as Inviolate does this for the first time. Also thankful for Robert Hannon and Shiloh Bloodworth for helping me keep everything together onstage. Let’s hope the tronix cables hold up for the rest of the tour. — K

About to go on the road….

Yup. `Tis the night before tour, and all through the house, `twas a chaos of cables, coin sash and blouse.