Vancouver’s most punishing metal export, ZIMMERS HOLE, have unfortunately had to cancel their upcoming fall North American tour with Sigh due to reasons beyond their control. Jed Simon (guitars) further states: “Crappy news for our fans and promoters today. It is with deep regret and totally un-metal sorrow that we must cancel our upcoming North American tour with Sigh. Events beyond our control have made this impossible for us to do. Immigration issues are at the crux of the matter, and as we\\'re sure you\\'ll understand, no further explanation is really needed there apart from our sincerest apologies to the people who have been waiting for us to finally come to the U.S. We will be honoring our western Canadian dates, beginning September 23rd in Winnipeg, and continuing through October 6th in Kamloops.
All is not lost though, there are other U.S. tour plans in the works at this moment. We hope to have an announcement for you in the very near future. Our thanks to the fans for your patience, to the promoters/clubs for all your hard work. To Sigh, Unexpect and their respective crews much love and respect. We\\'ll miss you out there. With love, respect and sagging metal spikes.”
The group recently shot a new video for the album’s title track, “When You Were Shouting At the Devil, We Were In League With Satan,” with renowned director Ryan Short (Himsa) and it’s definitely not your average promotional video clip as Byron Stroud (bass) states: “Working with Ryan on our new video was amazing. We managed to pull some favors from friends in the film industry and they supplied us with a shit load of fire and explosions. Good times were had by all.”
The stunning new clip is now online. Click below to check it out.
A hilarious clip featuring The Heathen (vocals) at Calgary’s “Monsters of Rock” fest can be viewed at the link below. Fans will get to see his unique stage presence and interactions with people in the crowd.