Enabler to tour East Coast and Canada with Meek is Murder

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After recently completing work on their upcoming album, Fail To Feel Safe, Ohio-based hardcore/metal outfit ENABLER is now ready to embark on a US headlining tour! Kicking off in Torrington, CT on June 1, the trek will feature MEEK IS MURDER as support. See below for all dates!

ENABLER live
May 28 – London, UK @ Camden Unicorn w/ LENG TCH’E
May 29 – Bristol, UK @ Motion TEMPLES FEST w/ CONVERGE, PIG DESTROYER, NAILS, WEEDEATER

ENABLER tour dates with MEEK IS MURDER
June 1 – Torrington, CT @ Snapper Magee’s
June 2 – Providence, RI @ Dusk
June 3 – Allston, MA @ O’Briens
June 4 – Quebec City, QC @ La Source Martinière
June 5 – Montreal, QC @ Turbo Haus
June 6 – Ottawa, ON @ 612 Gladstone
June 7 – Toronto, ON @ Coalition
June 8 – Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
June 9 – Madison, WI @ Dragonfly Lounge
June 10 – Chicago, IL @ Livewire
June 11 – Columbus, OH @ Spacebar
June 12 – Richmond, VA @ Gallery 5
June 13 – Rockaway, NJ @ Backroom Studios
June 14 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Acheron

Enabler begins recording new album “Fail to Feel Safe”

enablerPhoto by Tayler Aubin

Official press release from Century Media Records:

“Ohio-based hardcore/metal outfit ENABLER has entered Silver Bullet Studios with produced Greg Thomas (Misery Signals, Shai Hulud), who also produced the band’s critically acclaimed album, All Hail The Void (2012), and engineer Chris Teti (The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die). Mastering will be done by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering. An early summer 2015 release date is planned.

ENABLER’s Jeff Lohrber comments:
“It’s been great working with Greg Thomas again. Greg is a former guitarist of the band in addition to producing our debut full-length All Hail the Void. I thought it was key to work with a producer who is not only a brilliant engineer, but also understands the band’s sound. We’ve done this before, so there’s a lot of fresh ideas coming out, some things we wanted to try previously but didn’t have the time, as well as a lot of reflection on the previous material of everything that we love about it as well as everything that we think needed to change.

The collection of songs on this record is the most dense and diverse that I’ve written for Enabler, at times it is the band at it’s heaviest and most destructive moments and at times is the most melodic and heartfelt it’s ever been. There is also a general love for punk and traditional rock and roll that comes out on this record that the band hasn’t quite done before, with a lot of black metal style undertones hidden beneath it. The record just sounds scary, but very listenable at the same time. I’m always excited for every release the band puts out, but I think this one takes the cake on anything the band has done previously. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it.”

More pictures of the recording session can be viewed at https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.918918954815118.1073741827.109770755729946&type=1

Catch the band on tour with Call of the Void starting in February:
2/5 Philadelphia PA @ Kung Fu Necktie*
2/6 Columbus OH @ Carabar*
2/7 St. Louis MO @ The Demo
2/8 Memphis TN @ Hitone
2/9 Dallas TX @ Three Links
2/10 Houston TX @ Walter’s
2/11 San Antonio TX @ Limelight
2/12 Austin TX @ Red 7
2/13 Albuquerque NM @ House show
2/14 Mesa AZ @ 51 West
2/15 San Diego CA @ TBA
2/16 Tijuana MEX @ You Revolution Bar
2/17 Los Angeles CA @ 5 Star
2/18 Bakersfield CA @ Jerry’s Pizza
2/19 Sacramento CA @ The Press Club
2/20 Berkeley CA @ Gilman St.
2/21 Portland OR @ High Water Mark w/ The Drip
2/22 Vancouver BC @ 333 w/ Transient
2/23 Seattle WA @ Highline w/ The Drip
2/24 Spokane WA @ The Hop w/ The Drip
2/25 Boise ID @ Shredder
2/26 Salt Lake City UT @ Bar Deluxe
2/27 Denver CO @ Hi Dive
2/28 Omaha NE @ West Wing*
3/1 Peoria IL @ Warp Zone*
3/2 Chicago IL @ Cobra Lounge*
3/8 Brooklyn NY @ Saint Vitus*
* Enabler Only