DEMON EYE: North Carolina Occult Metal Collective Announces Fall Live Dates; Soulseller-Bound Prophecies And Lies Full-Length To See North American Release Next Month


“With so many bands reaching backwards in hopes for something new, it’s refreshing when a band actually accomplishes that goal simply by injecting their own energy into a well-worn mix. DEMON EYE crafted a solid, energetic slab of groove with Prophecies And Lies, and it’s a sound that’s sure to worm its way into your eardrums…” – Angry Metal Guy

Occult metal collective DEMON EYE will embark on a bout of live performances through Virginia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana, and their home state of North Carolina this fall. The band’s latest run of dates come in conjunction with the release of their newest full-length, Prophecies And Lies.

Out now in Europe, Prophecies And Lies was captured by Corrosion Of Conformity’s Mike Dean and finds DEMON EYE‘s fiery fusion of heavy classic rock, proto metal, and traditional doom at its most intense to date. A monolithic display of mighty riffs, haunting melodies, and fist-raising anthems, DEMON EYE conjures vintage, heavy darkness for modern day evils.

Prophecies And Lies will be released in North America on September 8th. For US CD preorders go to THIS LOCATION. For US LP preorders go to THIS LOCATION. For orders outside of the US, go HERE.

Stream the record in full at THIS LOCATION.

9/29/2017 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
9/30/2017 The Taphouse – Norfolk, VA w/ The Norfolk Nightmares
10/04/2017 Neptune’s – Raleigh, NC w/ Man Forever
11/15/2017 The Garage – Winston Salem, NC w/ Lords Of Mace
11/16/2017 Howlers – Pittsburgh, PA w/ Horehound
11/17/2017 Small’s – Detroit, MI
11/18/2017 Taps Live – Indianapolis, IN w/ Karma To Burn
12/01/2017 Snug Harbor – Charlotte, NC

DEMON EYE was unearthed in Raleigh, North Carolina during the Spring of 2012. Shortly thereafter, the band began receiving international recognition for their highly-acclaimed songcraft and stunning live performances. DEMON EYE channels the introspective darkness of Pentagram, the heavy grooves of Black Sabbath, and the fist-banging shred of early Iron Maiden. They have shared the stage with the likes of Pentagram, Corrosion Of Conformity, High On Fire, Spirit Caravan, The Obsessed, The Sword, King’s X, Loincloth, YOB, Witch Mountain, Lord Dying, and many more of their heavy brethren.

In early 2014, the band issued released their Soulseller Records debut, Leave The Light, which met with excellent worldwide reviews and earned them festival invites. Three years into their career, they released Tempora Infernalia which brought them to even wider audiences and solidified their fan base within the international metal community. Sputnik Music placed it among the “strongest albums 2015,” lauded a, “fine offering of smoky, doom-tinged ’70s-style occult rock with reverent nods to Deep Purple, The Scorpions, Black Sabbath and Thin Lizzy,” while Decibel Magazine hailed the band’s, “doomy, very melodic dourness,” adding, “there’s no reason to not get pumped.”

“As far as the retro-rock/proto-doom spectrum is concerned, you might not hear a better album this year.” – Hellbound

“For a band that has only been around for five years, DEMON EYE seems to have the stamina of one who has existed for thirty years, as well as that overachiever knowledge of their predecessors which gives them legs of steel in which to stand on. The future looks bright…” – Cryptic Rock

“…sharp, edgy and exceptional…” – Shockwave Magazine

“Songwriting has always been a feature of their work, but to hear them groove their way through ‘Dying For It’ or the swaggering ‘The Redeemer,’ their path of development seems to have taken another forward step in efficiency even from where it was two years ago… as the returning lineup of

guitarist/vocalist Erik Sugg, lead guitarist Larry Burlison, bassist/vocalist Paul Walz and drummer/vocalist Bill Eagen dig into the cowbell and dual leads of ‘Vagabond,’ the motor-riffing of ‘In The Spider’s Eye’ or the crisp, ’70s proto-metallic starts and stops in the verses of ‘The Redeemer,’ it’s their penchant for memorable choruses that unites Prophecies And Lies across its eleven tracks/forty-two minutes…” – The Obelisk