Tear Out the Heart

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Tear Out The Heart
Tear Our The Heart Live.jpg
Background information
Origin St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Genres Metalcore, melodic metalcore (early)
Years active 2011–present
Labels Victory
Members Tyler Kasch
Josh Spohr

Tear Out The Heart is a five-piece metalcore band from St. Louis, Missouri, founded in 2011. The band signed with Victory Records in 2012.[1][2] and released their first full-length record, Violence, in 2013.[3][4] They released their second full-length album, Dead, Everywhere, on January 27, 2015.[5]

History[edit]

Tear Out The Heart self-released their first EP Tear Out The Heart in 2011, and their second EP Hell Is Empty in July 2012, just a month before announcing they had signed to Victory Records.[1][2] Their debut album Violence was released on Victory Records in March 2013 and was received with predominantly positive reviews. Violence featured guest vocals from Caleb Shomo from Attack Attack! on the track "Undead Anthem",[6] and Dan Marsala of Story Of The Year on the track "Coffin Eyes".[7] Dory Khawand of Metal Temple, whom gave the album 8/10, stated:[8]

Well, the album is pretty unique in terms of atmosphere and overall delivery. What’s found here is some heart melting guitar drops, synthesizers, and the refreshing voice of Caleb Shomo (whom somehow tends to be featured on tons of Metalcore albums for some reason nowadays).

Throughout their career, Tear Out The Heart have played with artists such as Palisades,[9] Famous Last Words,[9] The Browning.[10] In Late 2013 the band announced that they would be on Warped Tour. However, before the start of the tour, they made a post on their official Facebook page stating that[11]

Due to an extensive recording process, we regret to inform you all that we will no longer be a part of the Van's Warped Tour this summer. We're genuinely sorry to any of you that were planning on seeing us perform but this new album is far more important to us than anything.

On September 27, 2014 Tear Out The Heart played Rob Zombie's "The Great American Nightmare" with The Devil Wears Prada.

In March 2014 Tear Out The Heart announced on their Facebook Page that they were in the studio to begin recording a new album. On December 8, 2014, after a week of hinting at a large announcement via their Facebook page, the band premiered the video for their new song "Feel Real" on Revolver,[12] along with pre-orders and the track listing for their upcoming album Dead, Everywhere, which is set to be released on January 27, 2015[5] This was followed by the release of parts one and two of track-by-track videos giving in depth descriptions of the song meanings from the upcoming album. Part one premiered exclusively with Alternative Press on December 16, and part two premiered exclusively with Revolver on January 12.[13][14]

In February 2015, they announced that they will be co-headlining a tour with Famous Last Words and For All I Am from March 13 till April 4, 2015.

In October 2015, Etter & Murphy left the band due to "creative differences". TOTH is currently hard at work, writing their follow up to the Dead, Everywhere (2015).

Band members[edit]

  • Tyler Kasch (Fka Konersman) - Vocals/Lyrics[15]
  • Josh Spohr - Guitar[15]
  • Alex Wilkinson - Guitar[15]
  • Kyle Weinmann - Bass/Vocals[15]

Former members[edit]

  • Matt Epstein - Drums
  • Isaac Etter - Bass/Vocals
  • Matt Murphy - Guitar
Tear Out The Heart discography
Studio albums 2
Music videos 6
EPs 2
Singles 3

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • Tear Out The Heart (2011)
  • Hell Is Empty (2012)

Singles[edit]

  • "Game Changer (Houdini's Coffin)" (2012)
  • "Infamous Last Words" (2013)
  • "Undead Anthem" (2013)

Music videos[edit]

  • "Undead Anthem" Lyric Video (ft. Caleb Shomo)[16]
  • "Infamous Last Words"[17]
  • "Coffin Eyes" (ft. Dan Marsala)[18]
  • "Dead By Dawn"[19]
  • "Feel Real"[12]
  • "I've Got Secrets" [20]
  • "The Rejected"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "VICTORY RECORDS WELCOMES TEAR OUT THE HEART (8/07)".
  2. ^ a b "Tear Out the Heart Signs to Victory Records". Retrieved 7 August 2012.
  3. ^ "Tear Out The Heart album set for release".
  4. ^ "Tear Out The Heart Release Debut Album Details".
  5. ^ a b "TEAR OUT THE HEART Dead, Everywhere - Victory Records".
  6. ^ "Tear Out The Heart (Victory Records) release lyric video for "Undead Anthem" (feat. Caleb Shomo)".
  7. ^ "Tear Out The Heart premiere new video for "Coffin Eyes" featuring Dan Marsala (Story Of The Year)".
  8. ^ "Tear Out The Heart - Violence".
  9. ^ a b "Palisades to tour with Famous Last Words, Tear Out The Heart, more". Retrieved 14 January 2014.
  10. ^ "The Browning Announce Fall U.S. Tour With This Or The Apocalypse, Honour Crest, Tear Out The Heart, Etc". Retrieved 22 August 2013.
  11. ^ "Tear Out The Heart Facebook Announcement".
  12. ^ a b "Tear Out the Heart Premiere New Song and Music Video, "Feel Real"".
  13. ^ "Tear Out The Heart, 'Dead, Everywhere' Track-by-Track Video, Part 1 — Exclusive".
  14. ^ "Tear Out The Heart guide you through their new album, 'Dead, Everywhere'".
  15. ^ a b c d "Tear Out The Heart Facebook page".
  16. ^ "TEAR OUT THE HEART: 'Undead Anthem' Lyric Video".
  17. ^ "Tear Out The Heart video Infamous Last Words".
  18. ^ "Tear Out The Heart premiere new video for "Coffin Eyes" featuring Dan Marsala (Story Of The Year) - Alternative Press".
  19. ^ "Exclusive: Watch Tear Out the Heart's Head-Banging "Dead By Dawn" Clip - Shows - Warped Roadies - Fuse". Retrieved 22 January 2014.
  20. ^ "Tear Out The Heart Release New Video For "I've Got Secrets"".

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