11:53 - Overrwatcher If it is consensual and the face-in-crotch woman agreed to it, cool. Otherwise, not cool. I don't trust comments with no accounts, I could have claimed to be her and nobody would know the difference.
11:15 - M C Vice Some of the comments seem to be implying the audience groping was part of the act.
10:40 - Overrwatcher You're entering a BLACK METAL concert. It's not going to be a joy ride. She should have just left if she was unhappy about the blood. I'm PC as fuck but the entire world isn't a safe space.
10:36 - Overrwatcher About that article: The actual theatrics sounded cool, the face-in-crotch is what the fuck and completely uncalled for. Blood is metal as fuck. Sexual assault not so much.
Pallbearer and Baroness are joining forces for an upcoming U.S. tour this summer. The combo will hit the road this August/September. Furthermore, you can expect news soon about an upcoming Pallbearer limited 12"/vinyl-only EP called Fear & Fury that will be released late summer/early fall. Stay tuned!
Following the success of their last release Purple, Savannah rockers Baroness decided to shoot the second video off the album. This time the chosen song was ''Shock Me''. The video was directed and filmed by Don Tyler and is now available for viewing below through the YouTube player. Purple has been out since December 2015.
At the moment, Baroness are touring in Europe to present their new album, Purple. It was brought to their attention that Rosie Solomon, a fan of the band who attended their show in Birmingham on February 29th, wrote about her awful experience at the show, where she was allegedly sexually assaulted. The band decided to share her story online and slam the fan who did this. Props to the band for condemning this and not sweeping it under the rug, and to Rosie Solomon for taking a stand.
Currently in the midst of a five-week European trek, Baroness will return to North America this spring, confirming their first national tour since the release of the band's critically acclaimed fourth album, Purple. The tour, which includes stops at the Sasquatch, Project Pabst and Shaky Knees festivals, kicks off on April 29th at the Royale in Boston before wrapping up at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on June 3rd. Check out the dates below if you want to catch them live.
As the release of their new album Purple approaches, Savannah-based band Baroness have revealed the third track from the impending output. The song is called "Morningstar". Give it a spin or a few at Kerrang! and discover another new song from the group. Alternatively, you can enjoy it below.
Next month, Baroness will be releasing their fourth album, Purple, via Relapse Records. But before that, we have time to enjoy a brand new track from the Savannah, Georgia band. This one is called "Shock Me". So, stop what you are doing and come check it out here. What do you think of the new material released so far?
After unveiling their new album details and streaming the "Chlorine & Wine" official video, Baroness have now completed the picture and unveiled the full cover of their impending release Purple. As with all of their previous albums, the artwork was designed by the band's frontman John Baizley and is available below. How do you like it?
Americans Baroness just unveiled the video for the previously released track "Chlorine & Wine", off the upcoming album Purple, due to hit the stores on December 18th through Relapse Records. The video, directed by Jimmy Hubbard, can be enjoyed below.
Are you ready for some new Baroness material? You'd better be! While we haven't had much news from the Savannah, Georgia band in a while, today they just announced their new and fourth album. And with it, they also released a new song just now. Their new album is called Purple (and is due out December 18th via Relapse Records). It's their first with the new rhythm section, bassist Nick Jost and drummer Sebastian Thomson and since the 2012 bus accident. Listen to the intense new tune "Chlorine & Wine" as a first taste of the record and see the cover below as well.
Baroness are teasing their upcoming new live EP Live At Maida Vale and have now released a live version of "Cocainium", which is currently streaming via Pitchfork here. "Cocainium" was originally released on the band's last album Yellow & Green which was not as consensual as their previous albums.
After announcing North American headlining tour dates in support of their latest album Yellow & Green, Baroness have confirmed the European leg of the 2013 headlining tour and the EP release of Live At Maida Vale on July 19th in Germany/Benelux, July 22nd in the UK/world and July 23rd in North America via Relapse Records. Royal Thunder will support the band in these European shows excluding October 3rd and 6th, and the band will return to England where they were involved in a tour bus accident last year.
Baroness have added an additional leg to their previously announced Yellow & Green North American headlining tour, with a number of Midwest and West Coast dates and support from Royal Thunder. The band has also released a candid interview clip where they share their thoughts on the Summer 2012 tour bus accident and reveal the first rehearsal footage with Nick Jost (bass) and Sebastian Thomson (drums).
Baroness have announced the first leg of a headlining North American tour which starts in May in Philadelphia. John Baizley and Pete Adams will be joined by Nick Jost (bass) and Sebastian Thomson (drums) which replace Matt Maggioni and Allen Blickle who recently left the band. Check out below the tour dates confirmed so far. This will be the first North American tour in support of Yellow & Green and also the first since the band's crash in Bath.
After a difficult moment in the band's career last year in England when they were involved in a coach crash, Baroness has lost two of its band members due to physical and psychological repercussions from the accident: drummer Allen Blickle and bassist Matt Maggioni, leaving the band with only two members. However, Baroness confirm that they have found two new musicians that will tour with the band.
Baroness' John Baizley and Pete Adams have shared an acoustic performance of "Stretchmarker". The clip, recorded in Baizley's Philadelphia art studio, marks the first performance the band members have shared since their bus accident in August.