3 MILE SCREAM: New Song Posted Online

April 24, 2008

Montreal-based metallers 3 MILE SCREAM, featuring new CRYPTOPSY vocalist Matt McGachy, have posted a new track, "As Everything Slips Away", from their upcoming album "A Glimpse of Hope", on their MySpace page. They have also announced the dates for their upcoming East Coast Massacre Tour taking place from May 2 to May 11. The band will be joined by YELL THE BURDEN and THE FALLEN as support.

"My experience in Mexico with CRYPTOPSY was surreal and incredible; I am thrilled to embark on the road with them once again in the upcoming months," says McGachy. "However, my next endeavor is 3 MILE SCREAM's East Coast Massacre tour which will bring us back to the Maritimes for a much more complete and extensive run than our last tour. This was something that we definitely wanted to complete since our last experience in New Brunswick was exhilarating and an excellent stepping point. I hope to see you all on tour!"

3 MILE SCREAM's debut album, "A Prelude To Our Demise", was produced by Jean-Francois Dagenais of KATAKLYSM and released through Corporate Punishment Records. The band recently finished recording its sophomore album, "A Glimpse of Hope", with CRYPTOPSY guitarist Christian Donaldson (THE AGONIST).

3 MILE SCREAM's Chad Archibald (ARISE AND RUIN) directed video for the track "Our Blackened Sun". Watch the clip below.

3 MILE SCREAM tour dates:

May 02 - Sussex, New Brunswick @Jubilee Hall
May 03 - St John, New Brunswick @ Carleton Community Centre
May 04 - Fredericton, New Brunswick @ Vixen's Bar & Lounge
May 05 - Liverpool, Nova Scotia @ Astor Theatre
May 05 - Liverpool, Nova Scotia @ The Mersey House (19 +)
May 06 - Halifax, Nova Scotia @ Gus' Pub
May 07 - Summerside, Prince Edward @ Generation XX
May 08 - Moncton, New Brunswick @ The Paramount Lounge
May 09 - Berwick, Nova Scotia @ South Berwick Hall
May 10 - Dartmouth, Nova Scotia @ CD HEAVEN (In-store)
May 10 - Bridgewater, Nova Scotia @ Conquerall Bank Fire Hall
May 11 - Edmunston, New Brunswick @ Vieux-Poele Pub

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