Deathcore Supergroup Project: Vengeance (fka The Big Six) Release First Single, “Cut. Bleed. Repeat.”


After losing another member, bringing their ranks to five, and changing their name from The Big Six, deathcore supergroup Project: Vengeance have unveiled “Cut. Bleed. Repeat.,” the first single from the group, who now features Spite’s Darius Tehrani, Left To Suffer’s Taylor Barber, Infant Annihilator & Scumfuck’s Dickie Allen, Traitors’ Tyler Shelton, and Lorna Shore’s Will Ramos, along with producer and songwriter Luke Fiadino handling the instrumentals.

If you’re a deathcore fan, there’s plenty to like about “Cut. Bleed. Repeat.” It’s a pummeling, chugging three-and-a-half minutes that makes enough space for all five vocalists to get all their tricks and insane ranges in. We’ve got no other details about what to expect next from Project: Vengeance but you can see Lorna Shore on tour with Gojira and Mastodon.

4/18 Portland, OR Veterans Memorial Coliseum
4/20 Concord, CA Concord Pavilion
4/21 Los Angeles, CA The Forum
4/22 Phoenix, AZ Arizona Financial Theatre
4/23 Las Vegas, NV Virgin
4/26 Dallas, TX The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
4/28 Houston, TX 713 Music Hall
4/29 Austin, TX Moody Center
4/30 Oklahoma City, OK Zoo Amphitheatre
5/2 Nashville, TN Municipal Auditorium
5/4 Boca Raton, FL Sunset Cove Amphitheater
5/5 St. Augustine, FL St. Augustine Amphitheatre
5/6 Atlanta, GA Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
5/7 Asheville, NC Harrah’s Cherokee Center
5/9 Richmond, VA Virginia Credit Union Live
5/10 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion
5/11 Reading, PA Santander Arena

8/9 Cincinnati, OH MegaCorp Pavilion
8/10 Cleveland, OH Jacob’s Pavilion
8/11 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE Outdoors
8/12 New York, NY Coney Island Amphitheater
8/13 Syracuse, NY OneCenter
8/15 Detroit, MI Masonic Temple
8/17 Toronto, ON RBC Echo Beach
8/18 Laval, QC Place Bell
8/19 Portland, ME Cross Insurance Arena
8/20 Boston, MA MGM Music Hall
8/23 Milwaukee, WI BMO Pavilion
8/25 Hammond, IN Horseshoe
8/26 Omaha, NE Westfair Amphitheater
8/27 Minneapolis, MN Waite Park Amphitheater
8/29 St. Louis, MO The Factory
8/30 Kansas City, MO Azura Amphitheater
9/1 Salt Lake City, UT USANA Amphitheater
9/2 Denver, CO Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater

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