April 15, 2024

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INFERNAEON – Film New Video, Replace Drummer


INFERNAEON took some time off from preparing in the Floridian swampland for their upcoming tour with GWAR, to film a video for their cover of Metallica’s, “Creeping Death.” The video was directed by Jack Ass collaborator Mike “The King Of Rock N Roll Debauchery” Busey, at his compound in Florida, which was named by Playboy Magazine as “The Wildest House In America.” The video features appearances by GWAR frontman Orderus Urungus, who provided guest vocals on the track on the album, Penthouse Pet Jessica Walker, snakes, undead women, pyrotechnics and more!

The band has also announced former INTO ETERNITY drummer, Adam Sagan, has replaced Jeremie Kling, who has rejoined THE ABSENSE.

Front man Brian Werner commented on the member change; “We loved working with Jeramie; he is a great friend and an even better drummer. He was an integral part of the band for the last two years and we shared some great time together. We knew he wasn’t going to be around after the album was recorded but we still wanted him on the album because, in our opinion, he paid his dues touring with us for the last two years and he earned his spot on the album. The man has a family with kids and can’t make the sacrifices necessary to tour as much as we would need him to push this new album. We wish him nothing but the best of luck and we are all still the best of friends. We recruited Adam Sagan, who used to play for Into Eternity, and has been one of my closest personal friends going on thirteen years. He is an incredible drummer and even cooler person and is 100% dedicated to being a permanent member of this band and we couldn’t have asked for a better replacement!”

The band’s new album, “Genesis to Nemesis,” was released on August 26th, and they have been confirmed for the legendary GWAR’s entire “Bloody Tour of Horror,” this fall, from October 2nd thru December 6th.

The dates are:
10/2 Baltimore, MD – Sonar #
10/4 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue #
10/5 Knoxville, TN – Valarium #
10/7 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution #
10/8 Ybor City, FL – The Ritz Ybor #
10/9 Orlando, FL – Firestone Live #
10/10 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade #
10/11 Charlotte, NC – Amos’ Southend #
10/12 Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts #
10/13 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues #
10/14 Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory #
10/15 Clifton Park, NY – Northern Lights #
10/16 Worcester, MA- Rock and Shock, Palladium #
10/17 Montreal, QC – Theatre Telus #
10/19 Moncton, NB – Club Oxygen #
10/20 Halifax, NS – The New Place #
10/22 Quebec City, QB – Theatre Imperial #
10/23 Toronto, ON – Opera House #
10/24 Rochester, NY – Water Street Music Hall #
10/26 Chicago, IL – House of Blues #
10/27 Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall #
10/28 Sauget, IL – Pop’s #
10/29 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection #
10/30 Detroit, MI – Harpo’s #
10/31 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave #
11/02 Dallas, TX – House of Blues #
11/03 Little Rock, AR – The Village #
11/04 New Orleans, LA – House of Blues #
11/05 Houston, TX – House of Blues #
11/08 Lawrence, KS- Granada #
11/09 Tulsa, OK- Cain’s Ballroom #
11/10 Lincoln, NE- Bourbon Theatre #
11/11 Englewood, CO- Gothic Theater #
11/12 Albuquerque, NM- Sunshine Theater #
11/13 Tucson, AZ- Rialto Theatre #
11/14 Tempe, AZ- Marquee Theatre #
11/15 San Diego, CA- House of Blues #
11/16 Hollywood, CA- House of Blues #
11/17 Ventura, CA- Majestic Ventura Theatre #
11/18 Chico, CA- Senator Theatre #
11/19 Reno, NV- Knitting Factory #
11/20 Bend, OR- Midtown Music Hall #
11/21 San Francisco, CA- Regency Ballroom#
11/22 Pomona, CA- The Glasshouse #
11/24 Magna, UT- The Great Salt Air #
11/26 Portland, OR- Roseland Theatre #
11/27 Spokane, WA- Knitting Factory #
11/28 Seattle, WA- Showbox SODO #
11/29 Vancouver, BC- Commodore Ballroom #
12/01 Edmonton, AB- Edmonton Events Centre #
12/02 Calgary, AB- MacEwan Hall Ballroom #
12/03 Regina, SK- Riddell Centre #
12/04 Winnipeg, MB- The Garrick Centre #
12/06 Minneapolis, MN- The Cabooze #
# w/ GWAR, The Casualties, Mobile Deathcamp

Blabbermouth said of the band, “INFERNAEON has found its place in the world of extreme metal and is reveling in it.” “Genesis to Nemesis” can still be ordered at Prosthetic’s WEB STORE or downloaded from Itunes HERE.

The album, recorded with producer Brian Elliott at Mana Recording Studios (Goatwhore, Cannibal Corpse, Hate Eternal) in St. Petersburg, Florida.