CALL OF THE VOID: New Video Now Playing At Revolver; Live Assaults With Ringworm + Howl Confirmed

Today Denver’s CALL OF THE VOID, bring the ruckus with a video premiere of “Abomination,” brought to you by Revolver. The tune is featured on the band’s Dragged Down A Dead End Path full-length which reared its menacing head via Relapse Records this past Spring.

Commended for its “legitimate, misanthropic emotion,” by Popmatters, Dragged Down A Dead End Path is 25+ minute onslaught of unhinged disgust. An unapologetic fusion of grind, crust and broken spirits, the record continues to reap critical hails nationally. Exclaim! named Dragged Down A Dead End Path, “…one of the best aggressive releases of the year,” while Pitchfork opines “CALL OF THE VOID [are] proving that Denver is a hotbed of serious vitriol and passion.” Adds Outburn: “With a raw, messy sound drenched in over-amped guitars and driven by pure bile, they channel grindcore and Iron Monkey-esque sludgy unpleasantness and with each track – the longest topping out at 3:44 – they go off in a half dozen directions without ever losing their focus on destroying everything close by.”

Watch the band systematically crush the weak with “Abomination,” courtesy of Revolver, at THIS LOCATION.

The video serves as a teaser for CALL OF THE VOID‘s forthcoming run of live assaults. The beatings begin September 21st on their home turf and will run through October 12th. The band will be joined by labelmates Ringworm and Howl as well as Withdrawal on select dates. Additionally, CALL OF THE VOID will appear at Denver Black Sky. Founded by legendary Skinless throat Sherwood Webber, Denver Black Sky will be held on December 14th, 2013. The three-stage event will include a very special “Grind In The Round” stage and feature a smoldering lineup of: Dying Fetus, Ghoul, Exhumed, Skinless, Speedwolf, Power Trip, Mammoth Grinder, Reproacher, Weekend Nachos, Iron Reagan, Axeslasher, Primitive Man, Vimana, Of Feather And Bone, Native Daughters, Black Sleep Of Kali, Dead Temple and Flight Of Sleipnir.

9/21/2013 Seventh Circle Music Collective – Denver, CO
9/25/2013 TBA – Lincoln, NE w/ Windhand
9/26/2013 The Hexagon – Minneapolis MN w/ Ambassador Gun
9/27/2013 The Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL
9/28/2013 The Rockery – Wyandotte, MI w/ Dead Church
9/29/2013 TBA – Pittsburgh, PA
9/30/2013 Ottobar – Baltimore, MD
w/ Ringworm, Howl
10/01/2013 Bogies – Albany, NY
10/02/2013 Great Scott – Boston, MA
10/03/2013 Saint Vitus – Brooklyn, NY w/ Noisem
10/04/2013 Delaware Death Fest – Wilmington, DE w/ Dying Fetus, Exhumed, Howl, Call of The Void, Noisem
10/05/2013 GreeneSt. – Greensboro, NC
10/06/2013 Earl’s – Atlanta, GA
10/07/2013 Cypress – Metairie, LA
10/08/2013 Downtown Music – Little Rock, AR
10/09/2013 The End – Nashville, TN
10/10/2013 Indy’s Jukebox – Indianapolis, IN
10/11/2013 The Shelter – Hamtramck, MI
10/12/2013 Annabells Lounge – Akron, OH
w/ Withdrawal
10/14/2013 Error Records – Champaign, IL
10/15/2013 The Hatch – Evansville, IN w/ The Greenery, Illustrations
10/16/2013 Haymarket – Louisville, KY
10/17/2013 TBA – Cincinnati, OH
10/18/2013 Missouri Gateway To The West Fest – St. Louis, MO
10/19/2013 Missouri Gateway To The West Fest – St. Louis, MO
10/20/2013 TBA – Springfield, MO
10/21/2013 TBA – Witchita, KS
10/22/2013 Redeemer Church -Cedar Falls, IA
12/14/2013 Denver Black Sky @ Gothic Theater – Denver CO w/ Dying Fetus, Exhumed, Primitive Man, more…

Order a physical copy of Dragged Down A Dead End Path HERE or a digital version via iTunes HERE.

“…powerful, harsh crust grind at its fucking finest…” — American Aftermath

“It’s apparent that CALL OF THE VOID have written an album that will cling to fans of crust, d-beat, and hardcore like a symbiote to its host. A crushing, unforgiving album that offers little room for rest and more time for causing a ruckus.” – Sputnik Music

CALL OF THE VOID are callous, loud and, although it sounds like an antonym, sagacious, let’s hope they don’t change any time soon.” – HeavyBlogIsHeavy