JACKSONVILLE, FL | OCTOBER 23, 2017: Metalcore band Phantoms recently released their EP, Screaming on the Inside, last month via Outerloop Records, streaming the album in full on Alternative Press. Shortly after, the band announced select dates on Ice Nine Kills’ Every Trick in the Book Tour alongside labelmates Lorna Shore, along with a handful of headlining dates with End the Empire. Keeping the road momentum going, the band today announces a slew of headlining tour dates in December with Born A New, followed by a short run with Deadships. Dates and locations are listed below. Drummer Patrick Gale states:
“The band is really excited to get out on the road with Deadships and Born A New. We’ve been waiting a long time to bring our show to audiences across the U.S. and now that we’ve partnered with Sean at Artery Global we’re finally able to get on the road and bring our fans the show they’ve been hoping to see over the years. We’ll be playing several songs off our latest release ‘Screaming On The Inside’ and we hope to see you guys at a show soon!” – Patrick Gale
Hailing from Jacksonville, FL, Phantoms is a four-piece metalcore band consisting of Joe Deak (Vocals), Anthony Moten (Lead Guitar), Michael Owens (Guitar), Patrick Gale (Drums) and Quincy Jones (Bass). Pulling inspiration from a variety of genres, Phantoms is heavily influenced by post-hardcore, black metal, metalcore, alternative rock, and nu-metal, creating a sound that is hard hitting and complete with honest lyrics and catchy hooks. Originally from Baltimore, MD under the moniker of Camisado, the band took the local scene by storm, sharing the stage with acts including Motionless in White, I See Stars, and Our Last Night in addition to winning Vans Warped Tour’s Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands. As their image and sound began to develop, a more suitable name was required and in 2015 the group shifted to their new moniker, Phantoms.
As a band, Phantoms focuses on the message that you should never give up on your dreams and the importance of living life to the fullest. Gale, the band’s drummer expands, “No matter how tough things get…never give up. Take a deep breath, assess your situation, keep an open mind to criticism and learning, and really ask yourself if what you’re pursuing is worth every moment of your attention….No one is going to make things happen for you, you’ve got to do them yourself!” Phantoms have gained a dedicated following that has been anxiously waiting for the band’s next move since the release of their debut EP, Where Is My Mind?, in December of 2015. The band’s latest release, Screaming on the Inside was produced by Drew Fulk and Kile Odell at Think Sound Studios (Failure Anthem, Emmure, Crown the Empire). For more information, follow Phantoms on Facebook