Today, Texas In July has partnered with Revolver Magazine for the exclusive premiere of their new music video for “Nooses”. The video can be seen now at

The song comes from Bloodwork – Texas In July’s fourth and final full-length album together – and their first album to showcase their new vocalist, JT Cavey.

“‘Nooses’ is at the top of the band’s favorite tracks for its aggressive, dark riffs and lyrics content,” shares Cavey. “We wanted the intensity to be portrayed in the best way for a performance-style music video. With slow-mo, Steadicam, and pyrotechnics, and the creative mind of KOTK Productions, we think we achieved just that.”

Last month, Texas In July announced the unfortunate news that they will soon disband, following a series of upcoming farewell tours. The band’s final European tour will kick off on June 19 and feature festival appearances at Jera On Air, Graspop, and With Full Force Festival, and select shows with the likes of Chelsea Grin and Walking With Strangers.

The Ephrata, PA-based band has just kicked off a short US run with Gideon, and will soon announce a final full US headliner for later this year.

Texas In July originally formed in 2007 and signed to Equal Vision Records in 2010. Texas In July is currently comprised of JT Cavey (vocals), Adam Gray (drums), Chris Davis (lead guitar), and Benjamin Witkowski (bass).

On Bloodwork, Cavey, a longtime fan of the band with a massive YouTube following, lives up to his reputation for vicious screams, a wide range of vocal tones and a seemingly unlimited amount of enthusiasm, passion, and creativity. The album was recorded in Lancaster, PA with producers Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland; And offers the band’s most impressive work to date, displaying their most cohesive and innovative instrumentations and most dynamic vocal offerings – including a touch of clean vocals for the first time ever for the band.

Texas In July will leave on several highlights – with incredible touring lined up for the remainder of the year, the recent release of their most impressive album to date, and a nomination for the Best Drummer Award via Alternative Press at the upcoming 2015 AP Music Awards. Fans can vote for Adam Gray to win the APMA HERE.

All upcoming tour dates can be found below, with a farewell US tour to be announced soon.

Gideon w/Texas In July, Kublai Kahn, and Silent Planet
May 08 Nashville, TN @ The End
May 09 Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
May 10 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
May 12 Springfield, MO @ The Outland Ballroom
May 13 Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness
May 14 Erie, PA @ Basement Transmissions
May 15 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
May 16 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Asylum *
May 17 Allentown PA @ Planet Trog *
May 19 Albany, NY @ Bogies
May 20 Montreal, QC @ Le Ritz PDB
May 21 Ottawa, ON @ Ritual
May 22 Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
May 23 Howell, MI @ Hartland Performing Arts
May 30 Lemoyne, PA @ The Champ *

* Texas In July only


Texas In July: European Farewell tour
Jun 19 Ysselsteyn, NL @ Jera On Air
Jun 20 Köln, DE @ Morecore Fest
Jun 21 Dessel, BE @ Graspop
Jun 22 Oldenburg, DE @ Amadeus +
Jun 24 Hannover, DE @ Musikzentrum +
Jun 25 Ostrava, CZ @ Barrak +
Jun 26 Piestany, SK @ Topfest
Jun 27 Budapest, HU @ KVLT *
Jun 28 Milan, IT @ Circolo Svolta, Dissonance Fest *
Jun 29 Zurich, CH @ Dynamo Werk 21 *
Jun 30 München, DE @ Backstage *
Jul 01 Wien, AT @ Arena *
Jul 02 Tel Aviv, IL @ Reading 3 Club ^
Jul 03 Wiesbaden, DE @ Schlachthof+
Jul 04 Roitzschjora, DE @ With Full Force Festival

+ Texas In July w/Chelsea Grin and Walking With Strangers
^ Texas In July w/Chelsea Grin only
* Texas In July w/Walking With Strangers only