Jun 082018

The official video forMy Own Grave’, a brand new song from California metallers As I Lay Dying, can be seen below. The track, which features the return of the band’s classic lineup — Tim Lambesis on lead vocals, Jordan Mancino on drums, Phil Sgrosso on rhythm guitar and backing vocals, Nick Hipa on lead guitar and backing vocals, and Josh Gilbert on bass and clean vocals’

As I Lay Dying will play its first comeback show on June 16 at Soma Sidestage in San Diego, California.

Prior to the arrival of the new song, As I Lay Dying hadn’t released any new music since it issued its sixth album, “Awakened”, back in September 2012. Continue reading »

Jun 072018

Earlier this week, As I Lay Dying teased us with their first new music since 2012. Today (7th), the group released their first song ‘My Own Grave’ via in Japan, since it’s already tomorrow over there.

The track premiered on the Japanese iTunes store and you can hear a small sample of it. A few people managed to grab the track to post what they could on their YouTube Channel. However, it looks like most of these clips have been taken down. Looks like we will have to wait until tomorrow (8th) to listen to ‘My Own Grave’ in its entirety. Continue reading »

Jun 032018

California metallers As I Lay Dying have uploaded a 45-second snippet of new music on their official Facebookpage.

No information was included with the clip, which doesn’t show any of the bandmembers’ faces, making it impossible for fans to guess the musicians who are involved in the group’s current incarnation.

As I Lay Dying hasn’t released any new music since the arrival of the band’s sixth album, “Awakened”, back in September 2012. Continue reading »

Jan 102018

On January 26th, Metal Blade Records will re-issue As I Lay Dying‘s classic albums on vinyl for fans: “Frail Words Collapse” (2003) and “Shadows Are Security” (2005). See below for an overview of all versions;  Continue reading »

Dec 182017

Tim Lambesis has broken his silence for the first time since he was released from prison after serving less than half of his six-year sentence for conspiracy to commit murder. Lambesis has released the following statement:

Words cannot begin to express how deeply sorry I am for the hurt that I have caused. There is no defense for what I did, and I look back on the person I became with as much disdain as many of you likely do.

First, I apologize to my former wife and remarkable children for my appalling actions. There’s not a single day that goes by where I don’t wish I could undo the damage I caused, and out of respect for their wishes I will not discuss anything else about them (now or in the future). I also ask anyone reading this to promote healing for them by respecting their privacy and defending them from any negativity or anger which should be directed towards me. I was the sole offender and the only one to blame for everything that happened. Continue reading »