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PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS: Tour With KING PARROT Rescheduled For This Fall; Tickets On Sale This Saturday + "Choosing Mental Illness" Video Trailer Posted


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Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue is the anticipated new full-length from PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS. In advance of its January 26th, 2018 release, Revolver Magazine is hosting a premiere of "The Ignorant Point."
 
Relays ANSELMO of the crushing tune, "'The Ignorant Point' is a tip of the hat to today's top-notch, morally-sincere, trustworthy news agencies, websites, bloggers etc. that have kept the public in such great spirits with their dedication to truth and honesty. Burp. Keep up the good work, bullshit artists. We've got our collective eyes on you."
 
Hear "The Ignorant Point," courtesy of Revolver Magazine, at
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If you missed it, check out first single, "Choosing Mental Illness," initially premiered at Decibel Magazine, at
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Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue will see release on CD, vinyl, and digital formats in North America via Housecore Records. The record is being licensed in Europe by Season Of Mist. Physical preorder bundles are currently available via the Housecore Store at
THIS LOCATION. For digital orders, point your browser HERE .
 
PHILIP H. ANSELMO hasn't just paved his own path; he's bulldozed it with his bare hands. His primal, powerful presence led Pantera to Grammy Award nominations, sales of 20 million albums worldwide, legions of diehard fans, and an indisputable heavy metal legacy. Simultaneously, Down carved out a distinct niche with a gold-selling debut and three more critically acclaimed releases. Superjoint made a triumphant return in 2016 and in the midst of everything, ANSELMO joined Scour alongside members of Pig Destroyer and Cattle Decapitation and teamed up with horror icon Bill Moseley for the Bill & Phil project. However, PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS speaks to a certain need for him.
 
Instead of treading the same ground, ANSELMO and his bandmates in THE ILLEGALS, open up another doorway altogether with their 2018 sophomore release, Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue, available through the vocalist's own Housecore Records. It's extreme, abrasive, aggressive, and anthemic. In other words, it's purely ANSELMO.
 
Following up 2013's Walk Through Exits Only, this new body of work hinges on no holds-barred lyrical misanthropy and insurgent instrumental intricacy as it sharpens any and all edges to guillotine precision. "It ain't pretty," ANSELMO exclaims. "It's more straightforward and cohesive to a degree, but it still goes off the rails here and there. We went through it song after song cut and fucking dry. I was in a specific mindset. I wanted to further my endeavors into a genre of music that I adore. As all ten songs blow by, I wanted an unforgiving feel. This is what was on my mind. It's a recorded capsule of time."
 
Following a successful maiden touring cycle for THE ILLEGALS, the frontman hunkered down at his home studio in Louisiana to record what would become Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue in 2014 and 2015. The lineup shifted as Stephen Taylor (Superjoint) transitioned from bass to guitar, Mike DeLeon (Flesh Horder, Being Killed, ex-MOD et al) joined as a guitarist, and Walter Howard (Grieved, Oppressive Force) took over bass duties. Meanwhile, Jose Manuel "Blue" Gonzalez (Superjoint, Warbeast) held down the drums. Through rigorous rehearsals and writing sessions, a framework for the new music took shape as ANSELMO wholeheartedly welcomed the ideas of his cohorts.
 
"Their creative input is fucking fantastic," beams ANSELMO. "This is something that was very different from the first record where I was very staunch. I wanted it to be ugly. I was very firm that I was writing every fucking note. The thought was, 'This is my contribution to ugly music right this second in a heavy metal vein.' That was great at the time. Walk Through Exits Only made its own little statement that I am a free agent and I belong to no single band. This time, I worked closely with everyone. We tried different ideas together. It made the spirit of this thing come alive even more because of the enthusiasm these guys bring. It enhanced the integrity of the project."
 
"Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue is going to get hated. It's going to get loved. Like every record I've ever done, I put zero expectations upon my peers, critics, or the general fucking public," he continues. "If you take one thing away from it, let it be this: Do not bog yourself down to one brand, character, or whatever. Have the guts to spread your wings and fucking flourish. I can promise you this is a beginning. As my music trickles out over the next two years, it's going to be quite the roller coaster ride. This new ILLEGALS is just the tip of the whole fucking avalanche."
 

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PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS: Loudwire Debuts "Delinquent;" Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue Release Day Looms

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PHILIP H. ANSELMO hasn't just paved his own path; he's bulldozed it with his bare hands. His primal, powerful presence led Pantera to Grammy Award nominations, sales of 20 million albums worldwide, legions of diehard fans, and an indisputable heavy metal legacy. Simultaneously, Down carved out a distinct niche with a gold-selling debut and three more critically acclaimed releases. Superjoint made a triumphant return in 2016 and in the midst of everything, Anselmo joined Scour alongside members of Pig Destroyer and Cattle Decapitation and teamed up with horror icon Bill Moseley for the Bill & Phil project. However, PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS speaks to a certain need for him.
 
Instead of treading the same ground, ANSELMO and his bandmates in THE ILLEGALS, open up another doorway altogether with their 2018 sophomore release, Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue, available through the vocalist's own Housecore Records. It's extreme, abrasive, aggressive, and anthemic. In other words, it's purely ANSELMO.
 
Following up 2013's Walk Through Exits Only, this new body of work hinges on no holds-barred lyrical misanthropy and insurgent instrumental intricacy as it sharpens any and all edges to guillotine precision. "It ain't pretty," ANSELMO exclaims. "It's more straightforward and cohesive to a degree, but it still goes off the rails here and there. We went through it song after song cut and fucking dry. I was in a specific mindset. I wanted to further my endeavors into a genre of music that I adore. As all ten songs blow by, I wanted an unforgiving feel. This is what was on my mind. It's a recorded capsule of time."
 
Following a successful maiden touring cycle for THE ILLEGALS, the frontman hunkered down at his home studio in Louisiana to record what would become Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue in 2014 and 2015. The lineup shifted as Stephen Taylor (Superjoint) transitioned from bass to guitar, Mike DeLeon (Flesh Horder, Being Killed, ex-MOD et al) joined as a guitarist, and Walter Howard (Grieved, Oppressive Force) took over bass duties. Meanwhile, Jose Manuel "Blue" Gonzalez (Superjoint, Warbeast) held down the drums. Through rigorous rehearsals and writing sessions, a framework for the new music took shape as ANSELMO wholeheartedly welcomed the ideas of his cohorts.
 
"Their creative input is fucking fantastic," beams ANSELMO. "This is something that was very different from the first record where I was very staunch. I wanted it to be ugly. I was very firm that I was writing every fucking note. The thought was, 'This is my contribution to ugly music right this second in a heavy metal vein.' That was great at the time. Walk Through Exits Only made its own little statement that I am a free agent and I belong to no single band. This time, I worked closely with everyone. We tried different ideas together. It made the spirit of this thing come alive even more because of the enthusiasm these guys bring. It enhanced the integrity of the project."
 
"Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue is going to get hated. It's going to get loved. Like every record I've ever done, I put zero expectations upon my peers, critics, or the general fucking public," he continues. "If you take one thing away from it, let it be this: Do not bog yourself down to one brand, character, or whatever. Have the guts to spread your wings and fucking flourish. I can promise you this is a beginning. As my music trickles out over the next two years, it's going to be quite the roller coaster ride. This new ILLEGALS is just the tip of the whole fucking avalanche."
 
Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue will see release in North America via Housecore Records on January 26th, 2018. The record is being licensed in Europe by Season Of Mist. Digital preorders will be available this Friday, November 24th via all digital outlets with physical preorder bundles to be unveiled via the Housecore Store
HERE.
 
In the meantime, Decibel magazine is currently streaming first single, "Choosing Mental Illness" issuing of the track: "ANSELMO snarls over razor-sharp riffs and pounding rhythm section on 'Choosing Mental Illness,'  teasing a violent and aggressive tone for the new record."
 
Hear "Choosing Mental Illness," at
THIS LOCATION.
 
Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue Track Listing:
1. Little Fucking Heroes
2. Utopian
3. Choosing Mental Illness
4. The Ignorant Point
5. Individual
6. Delinquent
7. Photographic Taunts
8. Finger Me
9. Invalid Colubrine Frauds
10. Mixed Lunatic Results
 
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PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS will unite with Housecore labelmates KING PARROT this fall for a US live takeover. The tour, previously scheduled for the spring but postponed following Anselmo's recent back surgery, will commence September 6th in New Orleans, Louisiana and includes a stop at this year's edition of Berserker Fest September 28th in Pontiac, Michigan. See all confirmed dates below. Tickets go on sale this Saturday June 9th with additional shows to be announced soon.
 
The band will be touring in support of their Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue full-length releasedearlier this year via Anselmo's own Housecore Records. Called, "fifty minutes of gnarly, vicious extreme metal...," by Revolver Magazine, "an ever-shifting fusillade of extreme groove prog...," by Decibel Magazine, "a schizophrenic musical expression that's as insane as it is enjoyable," by Blabbermouth and, "unquestionably one of the angriest and heaviest albums of ANSELMO's career," by Exclaim!, the critically-lauded offering is extreme, abrasive, aggressive, and anthemic. In other words, it's purely ANSELMO.
 
Watch a trailer for the band's upcoming "Choosing Mental Illness" video
HERE.
 
PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS w/ KING PARROT:
9/06/2018 Santos - New Orleans, LA
9/07/2018 Rock Box - San Antonio, TX
9/08/2018 Trees - Dallas, TX
9/09/2018 Scout Bar - Houston, TX
9/11/2018 Concourse - Knoxville, TN
9/12/2018 The Firmament - Greenville SC
9/14/2018 The Capitol Room @ HMAC - Harrisburg, PA
9/15/2018 Fete Music Hall - Providence, RI
9/16/2018 Mulcahy's - Long Island, NY
9/18/2018 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY
9/20/2018 Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY
9/21/2018 Piere's - Ft. Wayne, IN
9/22/2018 The Blue Note - Harrison, OH
9/23/2018 Diamond's - Louisville, KY
9/25/2018 Green Bay Distillery - Green Bay, WI
9/27/2018 The Forge - Joliet, IL
9/28/2018 Berserker Fest @ The Crofoot - Pontiac, MI
9/29/2018 Fubar - St. Louis, MO
9/30/2018 George's Majestic - Fayetteville, AR
 
Following a successful maiden touring cycle for THE ILLEGALS, ANSELMO hunkered down at his home studio in Louisiana to record what would become Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue in 2014 and 2015. The lineup shifted as Stephen Taylor (Superjoint) transitioned from bass to guitar, Mike DeLeon (Flesh Horder, Being Killed, ex-MOD et al) joined as a guitarist, and Walter Howard (Grieved, Oppressive Force, Vaginal Bear Trap) took over bass duties. Meanwhile, Jose Manuel "Blue" Gonzalez (Superjoint, Warbeast) held down the drums. Through rigorous rehearsals and writing sessions, a framework for the new music took shape. "Every song is full of relentless anxiety, tension, and malice," writes Metal Wani, "Seeking solace is not in the cards as the death-tinged hardcore brutality within this album is terrifying. However, there is a bit of a cathartic release that only the tortured vocals of PHIL ANSELMO can provide."
 
View the band's previously released "Finger Me" performance video, courtesy of Revolver Magazine, at
THIS LOCATION.
 
Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue is out now on CD, vinyl, and digital formats in North America via Housecore Records. Order bundles are currently available via the Housecore Store at
THIS LOCATION. For digital orders, go HERE.
 
Australian grind unit KING PARROT released their Ugly Produce full-length upon the masses last fall via Housecore Records in North America. Captured at the infamous Goatsound Studios in Melbourne, Australia and produced by Blood Duster's Jason Fuller, Decibel Magazine fittingly crowned the offering, "...deranged and exceptionally catchy...," while Rolling Stone Australia hailed a, "visceral ball of fury wrapped in sarcasm and grime that's both terrifying and hilarious at the same time."
 
A repugnant harvest of gnarled and nasty grind, death metal, thrash, and punk rock, the band's unique, over-the-top sound is ever prevalent and honed further on Ugly Produce while remaining true to the fundamental ideals the band started with: angst, aggression, absurdity, and antics.
 
Ugly Produce is out now on CD, digital, and vinyl formats and available at the official KING PARROT website
HERE.
 
 
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PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS To Release
Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue Via Housecore Records This January; New Track Streaming At Decibel + Album Details Revealed

PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS: Loudwire Premieres "Choosing Mental Illness" Video Starring Michael St. Michaels; Fall Tour With King Parrot Nears + VIP Meet And Greet Packages Available

                     PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS'

                     "Choosing Mental Illness" video

 
PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS, in cooperation with Loudwire, are pleased to unveil the official new video for "Choosing Mental Illness" from their Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue full-length released earlier this year via Anselmo's own Housecore Records. Directed by Katherine Richardson-Anselmo with director of photography Mike Holderbeast and starring Michael St. Michaels (The Greasy Strangler), the six-plus-minute clip pays tribute to Milos Forman's 1975 drama, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
 
Issues Anselmo, "This video is based on one of my favorite films about the harshness of mental illness. Being up close and personal with the struggle, I often feel like R. P. McMurphy, who I play in the clip.
 
"I've had a lot of questions about the LP title, Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue and song title, 'Choosing Mental Illness,'" he continues, "but make no mistake, I take mental illness very seriously, especially because it often goes untreated. We've taken some extra steps at the end of the video with information that you, or someone close to you might need.
 
"On a lighter note, it's always a blast to do creative things like the video with my band, crew, and family. Bringing Michael St. Michaels into the fold was like having your favorite wacky uncle over for the holidays! He did a great job as our version of Nurse Ratched and he's an absolutely lovable and talented guy...go see The Greasy Strangler!"
 
View "Choosing Mental Illness," courtesy of Loudwire, at
THIS LOCATION.
 
The video includes a slate of information from
Crisis Text Line. The non-profit organization provides free, 24/7, confidential crisis support. Text HOME to 741741 anywhere in the United State to be connected with a trained Crisis Counselor now. You can also learn more here at https://www.crisistextline.org/faq/.
 
Information on the
Suicide Prevention Lifeline is also included immediately following the video. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across the United States and includes options in Spanish, and for the deaf and hard of hearing. Dial 1-800-273-8255 to speak with someone now.
 
In related news, PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS will unite with Housecore labelmates King Parrot this fall for their long-awaited US live takeover. Set to commence September 6th in New Orleans, Louisiana, the trek includes a headlining slot at this year's edition of Berserker Fest September 28th in Pontiac, Michigan. VIP meet and greet packages are currently available via the Housecore Store at
THIS LOCATION. See all confirmed dates below.
 
PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS w/ King Parrot:
9/06/2018 Santos - New Orleans, LA
9/07/2018 Rock Box - San Antonio, TX
9/08/2018 Trees - Dallas, TX
9/09/2018 Scout Bar - Houston, TX
9/11/2018 The Concourse - Knoxville, TN
9/12/2018 The Firmament - Greenville, SC
9/14/2018 The Capitol Room @ HMAC - Harrisburg, PA
9/15/2018 Fete Music Hall - Providence, RI
9/16/2018 Mulcahy's - Wantagh, NY
9/18/2018 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY
9/20/2018 Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY
9/21/2018 Piere's - Ft. Wayne, IN
9/22/2018 The Blue Note - Harrison, OH  
9/23/2018 Diamond's Pub Concert Hall - Louisville, KY
9/25/2018 Green Bay Distillery - Green Bay, WI
9/27/2018 The Forge - Joliet, IL
9/28/2018 Berserker Fest @ The Crofoot - Pontiac, MI
9/29/2018 Pop's - Sauget, IL
9/30/2018 George's Majestic - Fayetteville, AR
 
Select tour stops will include onsite mental health support from the
Veterans Crisis Line, The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Additional information on this and other non-profits will be announced in the coming weeks. Dial 1-800-273-8255 and press 1 to speak with someone now.
 
Following a successful maiden touring cycle for THE ILLEGALS, Anselmo hunkered down at his home studio in Louisiana to record what would become Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue in 2014 and 2015. The lineup shifted as Stephen Taylor (Superjoint) transitioned from bass to guitar, Mike DeLeon (Flesh Horder, Being Killed, ex-MOD et al) joined as a guitarist, and Walter Howard (Grieved, Oppressive Force, Vaginal Bear Trap) took over bass duties. Meanwhile, Jose Manuel "Blue" Gonzalez (Superjoint, Warbeast) held down the drums. Through rigorous rehearsals and writing sessions, a framework for the new music took shape.
 
Called, "fifty minutes of gnarly, vicious extreme metal...," by Revolver Magazine, "an ever-shifting fusillade of extreme groove prog...," by Decibel Magazine, "a schizophrenic musical expression that's as insane as it is enjoyable," by Blabbermouth and, "unquestionably one of the angriest and heaviest albums of Anselmo's career," by Exclaim!, the critically-lauded offering is extreme, abrasive, aggressive, and anthemic. In other words, it's purely Anselmo.
 
Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue is out now on CD, vinyl, and digital formats in North America via Housecore Records. Order bundles are currently available via the Housecore Store at
THIS LOCATION. For digital orders, go HERE.
 
Mental Health Is Not A Virtue
Mental illness affects everyone regardless of culture, race, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.
43.8 million adults experience mental illness in a given year.
1 in every 5 adults in America experience a mental illness.
Nearly 1 in 25 (10 million) adults in America live with a serious mental illness.
One-half of all chronic mental illness begins by the age of 14; three-quarters by the age of 24.
If you, or someone you know is suffering from mental illness, please find help.
The above statistics and more information about mental health can be found on
www.nimh.nih.gov
 
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January 26th will see the release of Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue, the anticipated new full-length from PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS. In advance of its release, Loudwire is hosting a premiere of new single, "Delinquent."
 
Notes ANSELMO simply of the latest bruiser, "It's old school-meets-ugly-school. Good shit."
 
Hear "Delinquent," courtesy of Loudwire, at
THIS LOCATION.
 
And if you missed it, check out "Choosing Mental Illness," initially premiered at Decibel Magazine as well as "The Ignorant Point," first debuted by Revolver, at
THIS LOCATION.  
 
Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue will see release on CD, vinyl, and digital formats in North America via Housecore Records. The record is being licensed in Europe by Season Of Mist. Physical preorder bundles are currently available via the Housecore Store at
THIS LOCATION. For digital orders, point your browser HERE.
 
In an advance review of the record, The Rock Pit hails, "a brutal album, heavy in attack but chaotic in style and grandeur." Two Guys Metal Reviews observes, "a sort of unreal bitterness here that you can't help but to admire," furthering, "The sheer anger PHIL communicates in his most crushing vocal lines and the mind melting assault of these tracks speaks of a world few of us are truly comfortable with. ANSELMO and the gang are pulling apart societies problems and forcing us to choke on them." Metal Nexus writes, "this record has everything one would want from a PHILIP H. ANSELMO project - testosterone-filled, aggressive, no-nonsense metal with attitude. His decades of experience creating, performing, and recording heavy music is showcased exceptionally here." Metal Wani concurs, "Every song is full of relentless anxiety, tension, and malice. Seeking solace is not in the cards as the death-tinged hardcore brutality within this album is terrifying. However, there is a bit of a cathartic release that only the tortured vocals of PHIL ANSELMO can provide."
 
PHILIP H. ANSELMO hasn't just paved his own path; he's bulldozed it with his bare hands. His primal, powerful presence led Pantera to Grammy Award nominations, sales of twenty million albums worldwide, legions of diehard fans, and an indisputable heavy metal legacy. Simultaneously, Down carved out a distinct niche with a gold-selling debut and three more critically acclaimed releases. Superjoint made a triumphant return in 2016 and in the midst of everything, ANSELMO joined Scour alongside members of Pig Destroyer and Cattle Decapitation and teamed up with horror icon Bill Moseley for the Bill & Phil project. However, PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS speaks to a certain need for him.
 
Instead of treading the same ground, ANSELMO and his bandmates in THE ILLEGALS, open up another doorway altogether with their 2018 sophomore release, Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue. It's extreme, abrasive, aggressive, and anthemic. In other words, it's purely ANSELMO.
 
Following up 2013's Walk Through Exits Only, this new body of work hinges on no holds-barred lyrical misanthropy and insurgent instrumental intricacy as it sharpens any and all edges to guillotine precision. "It ain't pretty," ANSELMO exclaims. "It's more straightforward and cohesive to a degree, but it still goes off the rails here and there. We went through it song after song cut and fucking dry. I was in a specific mindset. I wanted to further my endeavors into a genre of music that I adore. As all ten songs blow by, I wanted an unforgiving feel. This is what was on my mind. It's a recorded capsule of time."
Following a successful maiden touring cycle for THE ILLEGALS, the frontman hunkered down at his home studio in Louisiana to record what would become Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue in 2014 and 2015. The lineup shifted as Stephen Taylor (Superjoint) transitioned from bass to guitar, Mike DeLeon (Flesh Horder, Being Killed, ex-MOD et al) joined as a guitarist, and Walter Howard (Grieved, Oppressive Force) took over bass duties. Meanwhile, Jose Manuel "Blue" Gonzalez (Superjoint, Warbeast) held down the drums. Through rigorous rehearsals and writing sessions, a framework for the new music took shape as ANSELMO wholeheartedly welcomed the ideas of his cohorts.
 
"Their creative input is fucking fantastic," beams ANSELMO. "This is something that was very different from the first record where I was very staunch. I wanted it to be ugly. I was very firm that I was writing every fucking note. The thought was, 'This is my contribution to ugly music right this second in a heavy metal vein.' That was great at the time. Walk Through Exits Only made its own little statement that I am a free agent and I belong to no single band. This time, I worked closely with everyone. We tried different ideas together. It made the spirit of this thing come alive even more because of the enthusiasm these guys bring. It enhanced the integrity of the project."
 
 
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PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS: Revolver Premieres "The Ignorant Point;" Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue Preorders Available

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