Revelator Show 286: New Years Day & September Mourning
On this episode of The Revelator Show podcast, I welcome music guests New Years Day and September Mourning. You’ll hear music from former guests Amatory Murder, Puscifer, and Failure
This week’s Guests:
New Years Day:
Nikki Misery joins me on the TRS podcast to talk about the bands recent headlining show in Nashville. You can view photos from that show here: https://www.revelatorshow.com/2019-photos/6/25-NewYearsDay.
Nikki talks about his unique guitar playing and his guitar violence on stage. Schecter guitars are tour tested and if they can survive Nikki, they can survive anything.
Nikki, talks about the band’s new album, and hit single Shut Up. You’ll hear the band’s single on this episode. The band is getting ready to record a new video for their new single “Come For Me“
Nikki has stated up his “Stay Miserable” club for VIP meet & greet. Nikki is also going to be begin his reemergence into his clothing line. Check it out here: https://staymiserableclub.bigcartel.com/
New Years Day released their new full-length album Unbreakable on April 26th via RED Music. Their first single from the new album, “Shut Up”, is climbing the Rock Radio charts and is currently trending into the top 20.. This is the band first time going to radio and they are already surpassing all expectations New Years Day announce their Fall headline tour with support from DED. The tour starts September 19th in Fort Smith, AR and wraps on October 10th in Flint, MI.
For more information about New Years Day please visit:
September the founder and visionary behind September Mourning joins me on this episode of TRS to talk about the bands ever evolving sound and their latest tour with Smile Empty Soul this fall.
September Mourning first appeared on the Revelator Show https://www.revelatorshow.com/shows/143
September talks about how her visual on-stage persona and also balancing her modeling career. You can support her art at https://www.patreon.com/EmilyLazar.
Emily talks about working/modeling with Shi from Savage After Midnight.
We also talk about meeting new friends and also the ups and downs of personality clashes while on tour with another artist. Emily talks about her 3-hour prep time for her stage show. The bands latest video & single Unholy is a great look into the bands visually stunning stage show. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKLgKdge5Ec
The band is set to release vol. III and Vol. IIII in 2020.
The genesis of September Mourning started in a dark New York basement, where a young girl discovered her father's old comic book collection and quickly became enraptured by the stories, especially the characters and arcs in the Batman series. "Those resonated with me the most" says band leader and creative driving force Emily Lazar(AKA September). "The Killing Joke' is still my favorite comic book". The stories and characters helped turn Lazar into a life-long artist across several mediums – including ballet, story-telling, visual art, and music. She has combined those various talents into a living and breathing, graphic-novel-come-to-life with her band of Reapers in September Mourning. With the release of their new single and video "Unholy", they continue to forge ahead with their aural and visual extravaganza..
For more information about September Mourning please visit:
Official website: http://www.septembermourning.com/
Apple Music/iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/album/unholy-single/1470087468
Vulture Music Picks:
These songs are heard on the TRS podcast this week.
1. Puscifer- Remedy: The bands currently not touring since Maynard has rejoined Tool for their first release in 13 years. This single comes from the bands 2015 release titled Money Shot.
2. The Amatory Murder-A Haunting : The Amatory murder is a New York based band who’ve been creating unique sonic landscape for several years. I felt the band fit well on this show. To find out more about the band and some of their more recent music and live shows please visit. https://www.facebook.com/TheAmatoryMrdr
3. Failure- Hot Traveler: Failure has been on the TRS podcast several times and most recently I was able to photograph the bands Saint Patrick’s Day show in Nashville this past March. https://www.revelatorshow.com/2019-photos/3-17. The bands long time drummer Kelli Scott joined me on TRS https://www.revelatorshow.com/2018-guests/261
The Revelator Show photo catalog continues to grow. The newest editions to the site include photos & reviews of Korn, Baroness, I Prevail, and August Burns Red.
Check out other photo galleries from 2017, 2018 and 2019. The photo galleries include photos & reviews of many artist including The Glorious Sons, 10 Years, Chevelle, Gemini Syndrome, Nothing More, Hell or High Water, Less Than Jake, All That Remains, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Hum, Falling In Reverse, Highly Suspect, Pop Evil, Fozzy, Josh Todd and The Conflict, Bones, The Jesus Lizard. Dorothy Jasmine Cain Anthrax, Killswitch Engage, They Might Be Giants Anti-Flag Drop Kick Murphy’s Clutch, As The Crow Flies, Sevendust Awolnation, Everclear, Halestorm, Breaking Benjamin, Greta Van Fleet, In This Moment, 10 Years, Styx ,Plain White T’s Reverend Horton Heat, The Dead Deads, Buckcherry, Beasto Blanco Julien-K Vans Warped Tour, & The Pixies, Weezer Mayday Parade, Le Butcherettes, Goblin, The Wrecks, Bad Flower, 10 Years Them Evils Pop Evil. Clutch, Larkin Poe, Dorothy. Tesla Crowbar, Corrosion of Conformity Light The Torch, Welles Failure. From Ashes To New, Ice Nine Kills, Buckcherry, Rivals sons and Evanescence.
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