DIECAST: New Dates Announced

Boston metalcore band DIECAST has scheduled the following dates:

Oct. 02 - Gil's - Virginia Beach, VA
Oct. 03 - Jesters Pub - Fayetteville, NC
Oct. 24 - Palladium - Worcester, MA (Halloween Bash)
Nov. 07 - Ottobar - Baltimore, MD
Nov. 20 - Jerky's - Providence, RI

DIECAST last year parted ways with Century Media Records. According to the group, "This was a mutual decision by both of us, and is going to be 100% better in the long run for both parties."

The band self-financed the recording of a new four-song demo with longtime producer Paul Trust and has spent the last few months shopping it to labels as well as writing new material.

Two DIECAST tracks from the above-mentioned four-song demo — "Sanctified" and "Disconnect" — are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

DIECAST has yet to announce a new label home.


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