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Greek metal outfit Crosswind’s new album “Vicious Dominion” will see release via No Remorse Records on June 23rd, 2014. The album’s track listing will be as follows: 1. From Ashes Reborn 2.

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Greek metal act Seduce The Heaven have split with vocalist Elina Laivera on July 9th. In a post on the band’s Facebook page it reads: “It’s time for a really sad announcement to you all

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Greek metal act Firewind announced that the band will issue a new live LP “Apotheosis – Live 2012,” chronicling the band’s 10th Anniversary on the “Few Against Many Tour.” The recordings were captured from performances in Greece and all over Europe last year prior to the departure of singer Apollo Papathanasio (Evil Masquerade/Spiritual Beggars), who was temporarily replaced for 2013 live performances by Kelly Sundown Carpenter (Agadio/Darkology).

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Greek metal band Seduce the Heaven has posted a new music video for the track “Reflections.” The song appears on the band’s debut LP “Field of Dreams,” which was self-released on January 15, 2013 and is available digitally through iTunes, Amazon and CDBaby.

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Primordial: Heading home

Dublin gets its own extreme metalfest.

The brainchild of Primodial frontman Alan Nemtheanga and Dublin Metal Events promoter Fergal Holmes, Redemption is a brand new extreme metal fest, which will be held at the Button Factory in Dublin on February 9, and Subterranea is very proud to be announced as sponsors. Featuring Primordial as headliners, the bill includes previous touring partners Icealand’s Solstafir and Manchester’s Winterfylleth, as well as Greek metal legends Rotting Christ playing their earliest and blackest material only, occultic London death metal enigmas Grave Miasma and local pagan metallers Mael M—rdha. We spoke to Primordial’s Alan Nemtheanga to found out what’s the craic.

What was the initial impetus behind setting up Redemption Fest, and can you see this becoming a regular, annual event or is it meant to be a one-off?

“We talked about doing another Primordial show in Dublin, our hometown but we all knew it had to be something different, something special so along with Fergal Holmes from Dublin Metal Events came up with the idea of putting together a small festival. Dublin has nothing like this, various festivals have come and gone around Ireland but nothing in Dublin so we just put our heads together to try and make Redemption happen. As far as myself and Fergal are concerned this will continue, of course without Primordial in future but we hope to create something unique and special that puts Dublin, Ireland, Primordial, myself and DME connected to Redemption every year as long as it works out.”

For those travelling, what can you tell us about the atmosphere and history of the venue?

“The venue is where we filmed out dvd right in the centre of Dublin. What we hope is that people will travel over for the weekend, Destroyer 666 are playing the night before and make a weekend out of Redemption and take in the atmosphere of the city and it’s history. Hopefully then it goes in their calendar every year. That at least is my plan at least.”

Is there a fundamental sensibility that all the bands share?

“Well, they are bands we know, friends and accomplices, also bands we feel we share some musical common ground. We hope to set a tone that we can run with, for want of a better word, a dark tone that can incorporate more variation in the future. It promises regardless of all the cliches to be a special evening, a unique weekend and hopefully a positive advertisement for the history and culture of our city. Fuck knows right now it needs it!”

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Firewind tour the UK later this year…

Greek metal maestros Firewind – featuring mercurial guitar god and right-hand-man-of-Ozzy Gus G – have released their new video Edge Of A Dream.

The rather sombre track is taken from the Greeks’ new album Few Against Many, out now via Century Media.

Have a looksie below. It’s all emotional and has cliffs in and stuff.

Firewind hit the UK on the following dates:

13.09.2012 Cardiff (UK) – Clwb Ifor Bach
14.09.2012 Manchester (UK) – Moho
15.09.2012 Dublin (Ireland) – Button Factory
16.09.2012 Belfast (Northern Ireland) – Spring And Airbrake
18.09.2012 Sheffield (UK) – Corporation
19.09.2012 Nuneaton (UK) – Queens Hall
20.09.2012 Plymouth (UK) – White Rabbit
21.09.2012 Southampton (UK) – Talking Heads
22.09.2012 London (UK) – O2 Islington Academy

 

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Greek metal veterans MARAUDER have inked a deal with Pitch Black Records.

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The Greek metal band Firewind will be embarking on their first headlining tour of North America. The “Frets Of Fury” tour kicks off October 9, and features opening bands Arsis, White Wizzard and Nightrage. Guitarist Gus G has been busy playing with Ozzy Osbourne, but returns to his band to conquer North America!

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Sorrows Path has issued the following announcement about performing an upcoming show with reunited Greek act Fragile Vastness:

“The great comeback of progsters Fragile Vastness! The band that was voted the best Greek band from the readers of Greek Metal Hammer magazine in 2005 will perform live on Friday, June 3 at Kyttaro club (Hpeirou 48 & Acharnon, Athens).

“The doomsters Sorrows Path, after releasing their successful new album ‘The Rough Path of Nihilism’ by German Rock it up and the promising metallers Thelemite, will be their proud guests. Only 8 euros entrance!”

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Greek metal act Aenaon has issued the following announcement about streaming a new song online:

“A new track from the upcoming album ‘Cendres Et Sang’ is unleashed online! We have the honour to have a participation in vocals by our respected friend, V’ Gandr, well known from bands such as Helheim and Aeternus.

“‘Grand Narcotic Harvest’ is one of the most aggressive tracks in the album but also one of our favourites. A hymn dedicated to all sweet, self destructive addictions.”

You can listen to the new song “Grand Narcotic Harvest” by heading over to the official Aenaon website at this location. A trailer for the upcoming album “Cendres Et Sang” can be found here, and the track listing is as follows:

1. Kafkaesque
2. Suncord
3. Psychonautic Odyssey
4. Grand Narcotic Harvest
5. Once Finite
6. Carnivora’s Lair
7. Necroscope
8. Kraanerg
9. Black Nerve
10. In Heaven

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