Posts Tagged “Amount Of Time”

After a mediocre August, there were a ton of great metal releases in September. There were a few outstanding releases that aren’t on our top five list because the competition was so stiff. Topping the list is a comeback album from a legendary group. With the departure of a couple members and the amount of time that passed since their last album, there were some concerns on what Carcass’ new album might bring. Those concerns were unfounded, as they delivered a spectacular release. Check out our list of the best metal albums released in September.

Read Full Post

Comments No Comments »

Vildhjarta have amassed quite a following in a relatively short amount of time. I see their made-up phrase thall everywhere nowadays, which shows… all you need to do to make it nowadays in metal is just come up with a word and plaster it everywhere. I'm joking of course, it requires some talent as well. …

The post New VILDHJARTA Track Is Very Thall appeared first on Metal Injection.

Comments No Comments »

Following the July release of second full-length “Beyond All Light,” Louisville black metal quartet Anagnorisis this week hosts an in-depth, behind the scenes video documentary on the creation of the album. Featuring tons of hi-def studio footage, interviews, and gear talk with all five members and more, the video shows the immense amount of time and planning the band put into the album.

The post Anagnorisis Posts Behind The Scenes Footage From “Beyond All Light” Album appeared first on Daily Heavy Metal News.

Comments No Comments »

High on Fire join the ranks of metal bands that have conceived some form of branded alcohol with their upcoming brew, Razorhoof! I hope it tastes like cigarettes and whiskey… just like how I assume Matt Pike smells. So in addition to being in the studio for a pretty short amount of time with producer …

The post HIGH ON FIRE Are Brewing Beer Now Too appeared first on Metal Injection.

Comments No Comments »

With the amount of time that I and the rest of the guys put into this record, we probably made $2-$3 per hour.

Comments No Comments »

Drummer Gabe Seeber of Sacramento’s death metal juggernaut The Kennedy Veil will be filling in for Decrepit Birth on the entire “Hell In July” tour run with Six Feet Under and Cannabis Corpse. With The Kennedy Veil being midway through recording a new full-length and only bass and vocal tracking remaining, Gabe had the time and availability to hit the road while the rest of the band returns to the studio to wrap up the recording process for “Trinity of Falsehood.” Decrepit Birth stated the following via Facebook: “We are pleased to announce that drummer Gabe Seeber (The Kennedy Veil) will be filling in for us during our upcoming tour and and headline festival this July! Due to having such a short amount of time to learn our material, our set at the Homeless One festival will be a bit shorter than expected, but we still promise give you all our absolute best!!! A HUGE thank you to Gabe for busting his ass to keep us going with such short notice!!!” Recording sessions for “Trinity of Falsehood” officially got underway in June, with Gabe traveling out to NB Recording in Santa Rosa, CA to lay down drum tracks with producer/engineer Nick Botelho. Multi-camera video footage was captured, and studio video updates will eventually make their way online once the band wraps up recording sessions later this month.

The post Decrepit Birth Taps Gabe Seeber Of The Kennedy Veil For Upcoming Tour appeared first on Daily Heavy Metal News.

Comments No Comments »

D.R.I. hasn't reared their heads on record since 1995's Full Speed Ahead, a duration which vastly exceeds the length of the band's recorded history to begin with. Fellow Texans Dead Horse (sometimes stylized deadhorse) have been stingy with new material for roughly the same amount of time, dating back to 1996's BOIL (ing). With band members from both acts having splintered …

The post Album Review: PASADENA NAPALM DIVISION Pasadena Napalm Division appeared first on Metal Injection.

Comments No Comments »

French black metallers Aosoth have premiered a track from their new full-length album entitled “IV: Arrow In Heart,” coming out April 16th worldwide on Agonia Records. Check out “An Arrow in Heart” in the player below. Pre-orders are available at this location , and the band comments: “IV: Arrow In Heart holds yet a bigger spiritual meaning: We’ve spent such a huge amount of time on defining a darker identity, yet open to a wider range of influences.

Comments No Comments »

Slayer: now minus one Jeff and one Dave

Following yesterday’s shocking news that Slayer will be replacing Dave Lombardo for their Australian tour, the Slayer camp have posted the following statement:

Slayer confirms that Jon Dette (Testament) will drum for the band on its Australian tour that starts this Saturday, February 23 in Brisbane.  As regards Dave Lombardo’s Facebook post, Slayer does not agree with Mr. Lombardo’s substance or the timeline of the events, except to acknowledge that Mr. Lombardo came to the band less than a week before their scheduled departure for Australia to present an entirely new set of terms for his engagement that were contrary to those that had been previously agreed upon.

“The band was unable to reach an agreement on these new demands in the short amount of time available prior to leaving for Australia. There is more to the account than what Mr. Lombardo has offered, but out of respect to him, Slayer will not be commenting further. Slayer is grateful to its Australian fans for their understanding of this unfortunate last-minute change, and very much looks forward to seeing them at these shows.”

Dave Lombardo revealed yesterday that he was notified by lawyers that his services would not be needed while Slayer were in Australia, with Jon Dette being revealed as his replacement mere hours later.

Having already toured with Slayer once before, Jon Dette is no stranger to the band’s material and seems to be an appropriate last-minute choice. When Paul Bostaph left the band in 1996 to pursue other projects, Dette stepped in to help them out on that year’s US Ozzfest festival tour as they promoted their covers album Undisputed Attitude. He was ousted by a returning Bostaph less than 12 months later. Interestingly, Dette is also currently playing with Anthrax, standing in for Charlie Benante who, according to guitarist Scott Ian, is still attending to “personal issues” back in the US. The revitalised New Yorkers are also taking part in the Soundwave festival this year alongside Slayer.

A member of Japan-based metal crew Animetal USA alongside ex-Ozzy bassist Rudy Sarzo and US shred legend Chris Impellitterri, Dette has also previously played with Testament and numerous other less high profile metal bands including underground LA thrashers Evildead and gritty WASP offshoot Killing Machine.

Slayer play Bloodstock in August.

Comments No Comments »

Columbus metallers Legion have signed a worldwide deal with eOne / Good Fight music and will release a brand new record in the spring of 2013. The band also recently embarked on the “End of the World” tour with Job For A Cowboy. Guitarist Alex Heiberger comments on the news:

“Over the last year and a half or so, we have been hard at work writing and looking for the perfect label to help us release our new material. When we were told that eOne / Good Fight was interested in us we could not have been more stoked. There are so many bands on the label that have influenced us since the beginning and it is an honor to now be a part of a great label.”

Gaining exposure through its own DIY touring and performances at the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival, the band has come a long way in a short amount of time. The video for “Perverse Icon” has offered YouTube users a glimpse at just what Legion is capable of achieving on stage.

Post to Twitter

Comments No Comments »