Canadian thrash/metalcore act THINE EYES BLEED, featuring former KITTIE guitarist/technician Jeff Phillips and bassist John Araya (brother of SLAYER's Tom Araya), have been added to the 2005 installment of the International Extreme Music Festival.

The tour – which features such diverse acts as GOD DETHRONED, BYZANTINE, NIGHTRAGE, HELL WITHIN, EPOCH OF UNLIGHT and LILITU — will be crossing North America this fall and promises to be the tour not to miss.

THINE EYES BLEED released their debut album for The End Records, titled "In The Wake of Separation", in June and have been touring the U.S. and Canada since its release. An MP3 of the track "Cold Victim" can be downloaded at this location.

Commented THINE EYES BLEED singer Justin Wolfe: "We’re very excited to get the chance to thrash out with some talented bands from across the globe."


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