Spite have debuted their new single “Thank You, Again“, which features a guest spot from Phil Bozeman of Whitechapel. The song was produced by the band’s vocalist Alex Tehrani, and mixed by WZRD BLD, and is available for you to check out below. The band offered the following statement: “Bitterness takes a turn for the
August Burns Red has announced they will be celebrating the ten-year anniversary of their sixth studio album Rescue & Restore with a tour featuring Brand Of Sacrifice, Spite, and Crystal Lake. The band offered the following regarding the tour: “‘Rescue & Restore‘ was a pivotal album for ABR. It was the first album where we
Spite's new album "Dedication To Flesh" drops this Friday.
De-Spite the set back of pushing the album back until August, the band has dropped a video for the title track.
Don't expect the album to hit streaming services on July 22nd.
Carnifex has announced they will headline a tour to commemorate the 15th anniversary of their 2007 debut Dead In My Arms. The band will be joined by Spite, Oceano, Left To Suffer, and Crown Magnetar. Tour dates for the trek run as follows: 09/23 Fresno, CA – Strummer’s09/24 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst Club09/25
  Spite has announced they will embark on their ‘One Step To Becoming God Tour‘. The U.S. tour finds the band joined by Boundaries, and Vatican with No Zodiac and Bodybox on select dates. 05/20 Roseville, CA – Goldfield’s Trading Post (feat. No Zodiac) 05/21 Cupertino, CA – X-Bar (feat. No Zodiac) 05/22 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction (feat. No Zodiac) 05/23

Spite Release “Caved In” Music Video

  Spite are back with another new single to follow-up this past December’s ‘Made To Please“. See below for a stream of this latest track, “Caved In“. The band signed with Rise Records last summer and have yet to announce their plans for their next release. Guitarist Alex Tehrani had the following to say about this latest single: “This is
  Spite has released a new song called “Made To Please“, with a NSFW video which can be found below. The band has recently signed with Rise Records and has been joined by drummer Josh “Baby J” Miller (ex-Emmure).    

Spite Sign To Rise Records

  Spite has announced that they have signed a deal with Rise Records, and that they have been joined by now former Emmure drummer Josh “Baby J Miller.