Posts Tagged “Compilations”

Melodic technical metal band Subversion comes back swinging from a short hiatus with a new sound, new label, and a taste for blood. Rogue Records America is proud to announce the signing of Subversion for a two album deal for publishing and distribution, which includes a bundle with the new album and the band’s previous EP. Dean Martinetti of Rogue Records comments: “I remember hearing Subversion a while back, actually putting them on one of our compilations Songs in the Key of D and thinking how much I’d love to work with them one day… well that day has finally come and I am super excited.

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Surviving members of group will be promoting new compilations.

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Back when there were record stores, there were some places that sold compilation albums of different artists. Sometimes they were full priced, and other times they were either inexpensive or free. There's also certain magazines like Metal Hammer, Terrorizer, and PROG that also ship with compilation discs. I always look forward to these discs because …

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German doom metal magazine Doom Metal Front, now on its tenth print issue as well, is streaming the newest and eighth of its renowned compilations. The anthology, titled “Tears from the Mediterranean,” features 50 bands from southern European countries and Mediterranean island nations such as Malta. You may also stream the previous five compilations on that page and listen to the full tome below

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Compilation CDs used to be big business, but they’ve been suffering in the digital age. Now they’re making a big comeback – but why?

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Iron Maiden has been releasing studio albums every three or four years for the past decade or so, but have been churning out other material at a much quicker pace. Numerous live albums, DVDs and compilations have been made available the past few years. The latest is Maiden England ’88, available for the first time on DVD after being released on VHS in the late ’80s. In addition to a concert from the Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son tour, there’s some great bonus material including the latest installment in the History Of Iron Maiden that covers 1986 to 1988. There’s also the documentary 12 Wasted Years, originally released in 1987.

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ANTHRAX’s “Fistful Of Metal” (1984) and HALLOWS EVE’s “The Neverending Sleep” (2008) are on the list of “200 Embarrassingly Bad Album Covers,” one of the longer compilations in “The Merciless Book of Metal Lists”, which is to be released on April 9 by Abrams Image.

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We’ve gone well 2013 and started our own Metal Hammer Spotify App! Hell yeah!

Featuring daily track picks, ultimate compilations and mixes provides by some of metal’s biggest names (and us mugs, sometimes), it’s your ultimate online heavy metal companion, and available right now for everyone with Spotify. Hundreds of hours of music, from the greatest bands alive, as handpicked by the experts. And us mugs. Sometimes.

Check out some of the sexy stuff we’ve already got lined up for ya:

It’s heavy, it’s awesome, and it’s out RIGHT NOW, LADIES AND GENTS!

Click here to check out the Metal Hammer app on Spotify. GO ON.

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As a year end gift for metal fans, Power Prog Records is offering a free download of “Brazil Rocks, Vol. I” a compilation of acts from South America. The compilation can be had by heading on over to the Pure Prog Facebook Page “Compilations For You Free” Tab located here.

Bands included are:

Age of Artemis
Shadowside
Caravellus
Ancestral
Vandroya
Mindflow
Pastore
Aclla
Kiko Loureiro (Angra)
Lothloryen
Scelerata
SoulSpell
Still Alive
Painside
Fortress
Rygel

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Novosibirsk doom band Evoke Thy Lords just finished recording its most recent record “Drunken Tales,” and is streaming one advance track from it over on bandcamp. That track, “Routine of Life,” is also posted below. These Siberians are known for contributing music to three “Doom Art Russia” compilations, a couple of split releases and for a prior album of theirs titled “Escape from the Dreamlands.”

Routine of Life (Drunken Tales) by Evoke Thy Lords

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