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Singer Charlotte Wessels of Dutch symphonic metallers DELAIN was interviewed by The Age Of Metal prior to the band’s September 22 performance at Club Red in Tempe, Arizona as the support act for KAMELOT. You can now watch the chat below.

DELAIN recently released a special album, “Interlude”, via Napalm Records. The effort is described in in a press release as “a fantastic blend of brand-new songs, special versions and mixes of popular DELAIN tracks, covers, and the beautiful single ‘Are You Done With Me’. Thanks to the new mix, the well-known anthem shines with a new-found splendor. The album includes a special DVD featuring exclusive live footage and clips from the band’s career. ‘Interlude’ is not only a must for loyal DELAIN fans, but also for those who have not experienced the music by DELAIN so far. It is the perfect introduction to the world of DELAIN and the starting point to an emotional and bombastic journey!”

DELAIN‘s third full-length studio album, “We Are The Others”, was released in North America via the New Jersey-based top-tier progressive metal label Sensory Records. CNR Entertainment handled the release in The Netherlands and Roadrunner Records issued the CD in the rest of Europe.

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Fan-filmed video footage of DELAIN‘s September 20 performance at Slim’s in San Francisco, California as the support act for KAMELOT can be seen below.

DELAIN recently released a special album, “Interlude”, via Napalm Records. The effort is described in in a press release as “a fantastic blend of brand-new songs, special versions and mixes of popular DELAIN tracks, covers, and the beautiful single ‘Are You Done With Me’. Thanks to the new mix, the well-known anthem shines with a new-found splendor. The album includes a special DVD featuring exclusive live footage and clips from the band’s career. ‘Interlude’ is not only a must for loyal DELAIN fans, but also for those who have not experienced the music by DELAIN so far. It is the perfect introduction to the world of DELAIN and the starting point to an emotional and bombastic journey!”

DELAIN‘s third full-length studio album, “We Are The Others”, was released in North America via the New Jersey-based top-tier progressive metal label Sensory Records. CNR Entertainment handled the release in The Netherlands and Roadrunner Records issued the CD in the rest of Europe.

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“Dead Flesh Awakened”, the new video from Spanish death metal veterans AVULSED, can be seen below. The song comes off the band’s long-awaited sixth full-length album, “Ritual Zombi”, which was released on September 1 via the following labels:

* Xtreem Music (Europe) CD
* Seraved Records (North America) CD
* Coyote Records (Russia/CIS) CD
* American Line Productions (Central America) CD
* Obliteration Records (Japan/Oceania) CD
* Disembodied Records (South America) CD
* Xtreem Music (World) vinyl 12″LP
* Narrowwards Records (Asia) Cassette
* Metalhit and AVULSED (World) Digital

“Ritual Zombi” track listing:

01. Dawn Of Apocalypse (intro)
02. Dead Flesh Awakened
03. Z-Hunter
04. …Was Not My Blood
05. Horrified By Repulsion
06. Zompiro
07. Elegy For The Rotting (interlude)
08. Unborn Of The Undead
09. Brainsuck
10. Zombie Ritual (DEATH)
11. Cannivegan Corpse
12. Cult Of The Living Dead
13. Devoured And Forgotten (outro)

Comments the band: “We’re extremely proud of the final result. We feel we took the best decision using Javi from Moontower Studios for the mixing ’cause he knew what we wanted in every moment; his experience was essential. But the work made by Dan Swanö at Unisound Studios on the mastering which in fact wasn’t a typical mastering, but kind of a second mix, was what definitely gave this new album an incredibly heavy, thick and organic sound. We never sounds so fucking crushing!! This is easily the best AVULSED album, not only production-wise, but also the own songs and the great cover artwork, of course!!”.

AVULSED parted ways with drummer Ricardo “Riky” Mena in March 2012 “due to differences on how to deal with different internal issues within the band.”



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With an opening on “Threshold Gateway” of crackling fire and the sound of wind blowing, and an interlude of an organ, Wolvserpent sets off their album, Perigaea Antahkarana, a sprawling five tracks with various ranges of black metal, drone, and doom. “Within the Light of Fire”, almost seventeen minutes of various ranges play off. There …

The post Album Review: WOLVERSPENT Perigaea Antahkarana appeared first on Metal Injection.

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Dutch female-fronted symphonic metallers DELAIN will release a special album, “Interlude”, on the following dates:

May 1 – Spain, Sweden, Norway
May 3 – Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, Benelux
May 6 – Rest of Europe
May 7 – USA, Canada

“Interlude” is described in in a press release as “a fantastic blend of brand-new songs, special versions and mixes of popular DELAIN tracks, cover

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Italian doom band Crimson Dawn (originally formed in 2005 as a side project of Drakkar guitarist Dario Beretta and Crown of Autumn master musician Emanuele Rastelli) has finished the recordings of the band’s debut release “In Strange Aeons.” The band is shopping the album to labels, so no release date has been announced. The announcement came via its Official Facebook Page : “Our debut album, ‘In Strange Aeons…’, is ready! It will include 10 tracks (8 songs + 1 intro and 1 interlude) for a total running time around 50 minutes. It’s a mix of Doom, Classic and Epic Metal that we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we do! “The album has been recorded at Elnor Studio (Italy) from Mat Stancioiu and mastered by Dan Swan

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Dutch female-fronted symphonic metallers DELAIN will release a special album, “Interlude”, on the following dates:

May 1 – Spain, Sweden, Norway
May 3 – Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, Benelux
May 6 – Rest of Europe
May 7 – USA, Canada

“Interlude” is described in in a press release as “a fantastic blend of brand-new songs, special versions and mixes of popular DELAIN tracks, cover

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Three years following the band’s last studio release, Lacrimosa is back with 11th studio album “Revolution,” which will be released tomorrow in North America via End of the Light Records. Today AOL Music is streaming “Revolution” in its entirety right here. The following press release was also issued:

“This album will not only captivate listeners with its thematic elements, it also features a stellar guest lineup! Next to choirs and orchestras the band recorded their new album with Mille Petrozza mastermind of the thrash metal pioneers Kreator and on drums Stefan Schwarzmann, from Accept!

“Lacrimosa was established in November 1990 as an alternative band featuring rock music with poetical lyrics, mixed with classical influences. For over 20 years now the band has garnered a reputation as pioneers for several music styles including German Alternative and Symphonic-Metal!

“As the first independent band with German lyrics Lacrimosa visited Mexico back in 1998, followed by South America, Russia and China. At the present time Lacrimosa tour all over the world. They have worked with the world famous London Symphony Orchesta, recorded at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, and have topped the charts in over 25 countries worldwide.”

The album’s track listing is:

01. Irgendein Arsch ist immer unterwegs
02. As the world stood still for a day
03. Verloren
04. This is the night
05. Interlude
06. Feuerzug
07. Refugium
08. Weil Du Hilfe brauchst
09. Rote Sinfonie
10. Revolution

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As Along Came A Spider prepares to hit the road in support of debut “If We Were Normal Men,” the band took time to shoot a video update of what actually goes on when the group gets ready to hit the road. Get a look into the crazy world of Along Came A Spider below.

The album’s track listing is:

1. Inside The Killroom
2. Those Were The Droids We Were Looking For
3. Vampire Robot Barbie Dolls
4. The Ballad of Danny Green
5. Blood, Sweat, and Member Changes
6. Forever and a Day
7. The Release on Tylenol
8. Interlude
9. I Am Your Huckleberry
10. A Day in the Life of a Ginger
11. I Am The Best At What I Do And What I Do Is Not So
12. Hidden Track

Catch Along Came A Spider live:

10/26: Limestone, NY @ Rock’n Ricks – headlining with The Bella Donna
10/27: Bellefontaine, OH @ TBA Festival – headlining with local openers
11/2: Parma, OH @ City Tap House – direct support for Fight For His Honor
11/9: Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s – supporting This Or The Apocalypse, War of Ages
11/16: Painesville, OH @ Scores – supporting The Wedding, Strangers To Wolves
12/1: Cleveland, OH @ Agora – supporting Asking Alexandria, As I Lay Dying, Memphis
May Fire
12/7: Cleveland Heights, OH @ The Grog Shop – supporting He Is Legend

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As Along Came A Spider prepares to hit the road in support of debut “If We Were Normal Men,” the band took time to shoot a video update of what actually goes on when the group gets ready to hit the road. Get a look into the crazy world of Along Came A Spider below.

The album’s track listing is:

1. Inside The Killroom
2. Those Were The Droids We Were Looking For
3. Vampire Robot Barbie Dolls
4. The Ballad of Danny Green
5. Blood, Sweat, and Member Changes
6. Forever and a Day
7. The Release on Tylenol
8. Interlude
9. I Am Your Huckleberry
10. A Day in the Life of a Ginger
11. I Am The Best At What I Do And What I Do Is Not So
12. Hidden Track

Catch Along Came A Spider live:

10/26: Limestone, NY @ Rock’n Ricks – headlining with The Bella Donna
10/27: Bellefontaine, OH @ TBA Festival – headlining with local openers
11/2: Parma, OH @ City Tap House – direct support for Fight For His Honor
11/9: Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s – supporting This Or The Apocalypse, War of Ages
11/16: Painesville, OH @ Scores – supporting The Wedding, Strangers To Wolves
12/1: Cleveland, OH @ Agora – supporting Asking Alexandria, As I Lay Dying, Memphis
May Fire
12/7: Cleveland Heights, OH @ The Grog Shop – supporting He Is Legend

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