This or the Apocalypse hit a milestone this week by reaching 100,000 likes on Facebook, and the Lancaster, Pa., metalcore band offered a treat to its fans to celebrate.
Currently, This or the Apocalypse is working on material for their fifth studio album, the follow-up to 2012′s Dead Years, so they released a 30-second teaser of what’s to come. Sounds like it’s going to be hard-hitting as ever.
This or the Apocalypse has been touring in support of their 2012 album Dead Years, and a member of their street team recently put together a music video for the song “Hard Branch to Snap” featuring live footage from the road.
The clip combines performances from four different shows from March 13-17, 2013.
Pennsylvania metallers This or the Apocalypse have been touring hard in support of their latest album Dead Years, and one of their recent shows in San Jose, Calif., was released online in full via Contorted Records.
Watch the show below.
In addition, This or the Apoocalypse has been raising funds for a new van via an Indiegogo campaign after their previous one caught on fire earlier this year. The band is offering several exclusive reward packages at each level of donation.
Pennsylvania metallers This Or The Apocalypse are set to release Dead Years later this month, and the band has already shot their first music video for the track “Hell Praiser” with director David Brodsky (All That Remains, Papa Roach).
The live footage was filmed on Sept. 16 during a show at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, Penn., but a fan posted a recording of the performance in advance.
In addition, guitarists Jack Esbenshade and Rodney Phillips recently teamed up with Guitar World to film a video lesson demonstrating how to play their new song, “Hate the Ones You Love” with a focus on the final chorus and accompanying lead run.