ZIMMERS HOLE: Vancouver Photos Posted Online

ZIMMERS HOLE, the Vancouver-based project featuring guitarist Jed Simon and bassist Byron Stroud of STRAPPING YOUNG LAD alongside legendary drummer Gene Hoglan (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, TESTAMENT, DEATH, DARK ANGEL), kicked off its Canadian tour on Friday, March 7 at the Plaza in Vancouver.

The group's setlist was as follows:

01. While You Were Shouting at the Devil...We Were in League with Satan
02. Death to the Dodgers of Soap
03. Legion of Flames
04. We Rule the Fucking Land
05. The Flight of the Knight Bat
06. 1312
07. P.B.C
08. Re-Anaconda
09. White Trash Momma
10. Devil's Mouth
11. Fista Corps
12. Hell Comes to Breakfast
13. Rent-a-Cop
14. Bread
15. This Is Metal
16. Evil Robots
17. 1000 Miles of Cock
18. This is How Drunks Drink
19. Anonymous Esophagus
20. The Death of the Resurrection of the Death of Metal

Check out photos from the concert:


A short fan-filmed video clip from the March 7 show can be viewed below.

Jed Simon is sitting out ZIMMERS HOLE's current Canadian shows due to family health issues. Two members of his immediate family are battling through some tough health stuff, and he needs to focus on family right now. In Jed's place, ZIMMERS HOLE has enlisted Dave Teague on guitar.

An e-card for "When You Were Shouting At The Devil...We Were In League With Satan", the new album from ZIMMERS HOLE, is available at this location.

"When You Were Shouting At The Devil...We Were In League With Satan" will be released on March 11 via Century Media Records. According to the band, "this album is a metallic beast. With it, we honor all that is metal, with love in our hearts, and horns in the air... and a few spilled drinks!??"

"When You Were Shouting At The Devil...We Were In League With Satan" track listing:

01. When You Were Shouting At The Devil...We Were In League With Satan
02. We Rule The Fucking Land
03. The Flight Of The Night Bat
04. 1312
05. Devil's Mouth
06. The Vowel Song
07. Fista Corps
08. Anonymous Esophagus
09. Alright
10. Hair Doesn't Grow On Steel
11. What's My Name... Evil!

Check out the album artwork and the title track in streaming audio at the band's MySpace page.

Born in 1991, ZIMMERS HOLE has been Byron and Jed's significant other band when not busy with STRAPPING YOUNG LAD or FEAR FACTORY. In the beginning, it was always just a way of spending the weekend drinking far too much and writing absurd songs. As time went on, the group "matured" somewhat, although maturity is highly overrated as far as these guys go, but two remarkable albums ("Bound By Fire" and "Legion of Flames"), a series of successful tours and a string of absolutely unforgettable shows soon followed, putting the mighty ZIMMERS HOLE on the lips of many.

ZIMMERS HOLE performing live on Friday, March 7 at the Plaza in Vancouver:

(Thanks: DeadSkin Mask)


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