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NINE INCH NAILS DRUMMER CHRIS VRENNA HATES CARLY RAE MASH UP; KINGDOOM ANNOUNCES CANADIAN TOUR
For Immediate Release: March 14, 2013; Former Nine Inch Nails drummer Chris Vrenna made headlines this week over his reaction to the new NIN "Head Like A Hole" mash up with Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe". In case you missed the answer, Vrenna hated it with passion. "Honestly I find the whole thing silly and partly offensive ... I find it kind of insulting," he stated to TMZ. "It has trivialized something we've done. I am proud of what we've done and to take art -- just to be a joke -- I don't have any respect for it."
Grammy-winning producer, engineer, remixer, songwriter and programmer, Vrenna was with Nine Inch Nails in the eras of Pretty Hate Machine through Downward Spiral, 1989 - 1997. Vrenna then worked with Trent Reznor on Marilyn Mansonís first three albums. Later he co-produced Mansonís 2009 album The High End Of Low and toured with him from 2007-2011. Vrenna has also toured behind the kit for industry heavyweights KMFDM and Gnarls Barkley.
Vrenna will be touring Canada this June with his new project KingDoom, a powerful industrial metal band that includes heavy vocals, chugging bass lines, shredding guitars and the expertise of Vrenna who programmed both synthesizers and drums on their debut album. Front-man and founder Lex Justice, previously of Canadian rock band Sugakane, has brought together icons of industrial rock music to work with him on this project.
With their intense image, a hard hitting debut album, a unique live show, and a take-no-prisoners attitude towards the music industry, KINGDOOM is ready to conquer and impress as a new force in the Industrial, Rock and Metal world.
http://kingdoommusic.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kingdoommusic
DOOMINATION ~ HMP CROSS CANADA TOUR 2013
June 3 - Victoria, BC, V Lounge, 9pm
June 4 - New Westminster, BC, The Columbia Theatre - HMP Music Showcase 5pm; Doomination 9pm
June 5 - Kelowna, BC, Rotary Centre for the Arts - Mary Irwin Theatre - HMP Music Showcase 5pm; Doomination 9pm
June 7 - Edmonton, AB, Avenue Theatre - HMP Music Showcase 6pm; Doomination 10pm
June 8 - Calgary, Studio 37 - HMP Music Showcase 6pm; Doomination 10pm
June 10 - Toronto, The Opera House
June 11 - Gatineau, QC, Salle Jean-Desprez, HMP Music Showcase 5pm; Doomination 9pm
June 12 - Montreal, QC, The Rialto theatre
June 13 - Quebec City, QC, Theatre Petit Champlain
June 15 - Halifax, NS, The Seahorse - HMP Music Showcase 6pm; Doomination 10pm
Links to ticket info: http://www.hmprecording.com/showcases/
Media Inquires Contact:
Diane Foy, Director of Public Relations
Front-man and founder Lex Justice, previously of Canadian rock band Sugakane, has brought together icons of industrial rock music and a group of talented musicians to work with him on this project. Alongside Justice was drummer, keyboard player, Grammy award winner, and Industrial Music pioneer, Chris Vrenna. Best known for being a member of Nine Inch Nails and more recently Marilyn Manson, Vrenna began the planning of the debut KINGDOOM album with Justice in 2010 while Vrenna was still on tour with Manson.
Uniting the two musicians was Bill Kennedy, an A&M sound engineer in Los Angeles. His most notable work was done on Broken, the Nine Inch Nails EP. On guitar, Aaron Skiba brings gut-wrenching solos, over the top playing style and character to KINGDOOM unlike any guitarist in the Industrial music scene. Bass player, Tom Lincoln, filled dual roles in the studio, recording multiple instruments and vocals on, as well as engineering and editing, the album. With three members having toured with Econoline Crush, they brought in Trevor Hurst for writing sessions which resulted in Hurst receiving writing credits on the album.
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