Thank you so much to everyone who came out and threw down with us at the Fibrosis release show! It was an awesome time, and we’re really looking forward to bringing you this album live!
Special thanks to Jackbox Productions and Coiltap for making the show memorable!
You can grab your copy of Fibrosis by getting a hold of us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or digitally via the store link on the website!
The new album due out on July 13th is going to be called Fibrosis, as was correctly guessed on the Facebook page!
We’re officially done with tracking for guitar, bass, and drums, and vocals are almost wrapped.
We’ve also officially announced the album release show, which will be happening at Rayl’s place with our buddies from Coiltap and Fear of Falling
We’re incredibly excited about the sounds we’re getting, stay tuned as we keep gearing up!
Piraxis is currently entering the studio to begin recording their second full length studio album, to be released on July 13th!
Stay connected here and on Facebook for more information!
Thanks for sticking with us, everyone.
2010 has been an exceptional year in the world of Piraxis. We’ve made huge strides as a band, and we’ve had a blast doing it. Looking back, we’ve seen -
A 14 show summer (16 show year)
Piraxis venturing into uncharted lands such as Moline and Des Moines
Facebook likes going from 38 to 146 in one year
Playing in venues varying in size and type, anywhere from The Straight Edge to the Iowa State Fair, High Schools to bars
2 new songs
Playing with awesome new bands like Coiltap and Chains N’ Able.
..And of course, much much more. We’re loving where we’re at right now, and we want to give a huge thank you to every single one of you for helping us to get to where we’re at right now. It’s really been a terrific year for us. As a gift to you guys for your support since Piraxis’ first show as a cover band all the way back in 2006, I’m making Lost Inside a free download for the next week on our Reverbnation page. Go grab it, and enjoy.
We’re not done yet. Hope you guys are ready for some face-melting metal in 2011.
Q: Ok, what the fudge is a street team?
A: A street team is a group of (awesome) people who help a band promote themselves and reach new fans!
Q: That sounds like work. I don’t like work. Ew. Work. This is stupid.
A: Ah, but not so fast! By putting your email address in on our handy Reverbnation page (http://www.reverbnation.com/piraxis), all you’re committing to is allowing me to occasionally send you an email or two containing missions.
Q: What would a street team mission entail?
A: A mission will range anywhere from writing and submitting a short review of a Piraxis show (this mission will be coming up soon!) to posting a widget on your myspace page or in some emails, or on a forum.
Q: All gain for you guys, huh? I’m out.
A: But again, not so fast! The advantage of being a member of our (awesome) street team is the rewards! We’ll be giving out rewards for every single one of our missions, ranging anywhere from free CDs, tickets to our shows, awesome parties, who knows! And by being a member of the street team, you’re eligible to receive random gifts in your email inbox, and who knows what else!
Q: Ah, that’s more like it. Where do I sign up?
A: http://www.reverbnation.com/piraxis. There’s a little box that says “Join The Mailing List”. Be sure the “Join street team” box is checked!
Q: Hm. Alright. I can see it. But isn’t a bit pretentious to be writing a question and answer session with yourself?
A: Not when you’re as awesome as I am.
So there you have it.
Are you ready kids?
I can’t hear you!
Who’s playing at Shockwave December 18th?
And jamming at Trayl’s house on New Year’s Eve?
If ass-kicking metal be somethin ye’ wish
Then check out our Reverb page, don’t be a bitch!
(sung to the tune of the Spongebob Squarepants theme)