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Thursday, January 15

Hamilton Leithauser with Ben Collier

Venue: Club Cafe
Tickets: $18
Doors: 7:00 pm (21-and-over show)

   

Upon A Burning Body/Veil of Maya with Volumes, Gideon, The Last Ten Seconds of Life… 6 more words

Concerts

Veil of Maya Debut New Frontman Lukas Magyar

Chicago deathcore band Veil of Maya have confirmed Lukas Magyar as their new vocalist. Magyar steps in to replace Brandon Butler, the band’s vocalist for seven years who parted ways with Veil of Maya last year citing creative differences. 173 more words

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Single Of The Week: Phoenix by Veil Of Maya

How would you feel if you were in the middle of recording an album when you lead singer decides that he wants to split? That is exactly what happened to Chicago Deathcore band Veil Of Maya who had finished touring the summer on the Mayhem Fest and then Brandon Butler, their singer at the time, decides to leave. 254 more words

Music

Veil Of Maya Premiere New Song "Phoenix"

Veil Of Maya have premiered a new song, titled “Phoenix.” This is the band’s first song to feature their new vocalist, Lukas Magyar (Arms Of Empire).

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News

Veil of Maya - Phoenix|Review

Veil of Maya, 4 studio albums and now a new vocalist – and a new single to show for it. “Phoenix

Phoenix has everything you expect from a deathcore song: heavy instruments; deep vocals however, unlike previous Veil of Maya songs, the repetitiveness of the lyrics doesn’t necessarily make it a good release with a new album expected to be on the way. 60 more words

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Quickies: More Boo-Hoos from Wintersun, Obscura News, and More

It’s Friday, I’m tired, and I’ve got a bus to catch, so these will be brief. Here are today’s Quickies–let’s see what we missed in the metal world today: 157 more words

Dan

Veil of Maya @ The Marquis Theatre, 10/24/2014

via The Prelude Press

Featuring: Veil Of Maya, Flagship, Bodies We’ve Buried & The Panoramic
The Marquis Theatre, Denver, CO. 10/24/14

On October 24, 2014, at approximately 10:45pm, I witnessed what I thought had to be some sort of defect in my eyes—an entire dance floor of rowdy young adults all jumping together in prefect unison to the unrelenting beat of Veil of Maya’s “Namaste.” I kid you not; everything in my field of vision seemed synced in that moment, to the point that it felt like my eyes were twitching. 1,014 more words

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