Posts Tagged “Masters”

Death metal outfit Soul Collector has released debut album “Masters of Madness,” and you can now hear the entire release below or over at Bandcamp here . The track listing is as follows: 1

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Italian grind masters Exhumer and Comatose Music have joined forces with Apoch’s Metal Review for the premier of a brand new track off the band’s forthcoming album “Degraded by Sepsis.” The track, entitled “Vapours of Cadaveric Mucilage,” has been posted for your neck-snapping enjoyment at this location . Also stream the “Degraded by Sepsis” promo teaser below. Ruthless and calculating, “Degraded by Sepsis” marks the first recorded output from these Italian death metal exports since their 2008 full-length debut, “Bloodcurdling Tool of Digestion.” Album artwork for “Degraded by Sepsis” is by the renowned Jon Zig

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Pennsylvania-based black metallers SATHANAS will enter The Innertube Studio in Ambridge, Pennsylvania on October 19 to begin recording their next full-length album, “Worship The Devil”, for an early 2014 reelase via Doomentia Records. The cover art will be created by the Juanjo Castellano (PUTREVORE, AVULSED).

SATHANAS‘ latest album, “La Hora De Lucifer”, was mixed at 905 Studios in Ambridge, Pennsylvania and was released via Pagan in Europe, Astral Holocaust in South America and Evil Dead in Asia. Each version of the effort contains a different cover art from such “masters” as Kris Verwimp, Chris Moyen and Daniel Desecrator.

SATHANAS is:

Paul Tucker – Guitar, Vocals
Bill Davidson – Bass
Jim Strauss – Drums

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British progressive masters Haken have gained somewhat of an underground following since the release of their 2010 debut, Aquarius. Naturally the following only progressed further with their undeniable masterpiece Visions in 2011, and if quality of work correlates to fan base growth like it has in the past, then their upcoming 2013 release The Mountain should …

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Masters of everything somber, Katatonia released Dead End Kings in 2012 to solid reception. The album was much more orchestral than previous works and flowed extremely well from song to song, all while retaining a common tonality. But what if the metal aspect of the record were stripped away? That means guitars, basses, drums… everything. …

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After releasing nine albums and 130 free tracks to music fans over the last five years, Adult Swim and Williams Street Records continues the 2013 Adult Swim Singles Program with “The Octagonal Stairway” by Washington D.C.-based grindcore masters PIG DESTROYER. The song is available as a free download or streaming here.

In other news, PIG DESTROYER guitarist Scott Hull is this month’s featured guest on the brand new Decibel magazine podcast. In Decibel‘s first on-location podcast, the magazine infiltrated the sordid underworld of Scott Hull‘s Visceral Sound studio to talk PIG DESTROYER, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED, the Decibel 100 show and much more. Check out the podcast here.

PIG DESTROYER recently re-signed with its longtime record label Relapse. The band’s fifth-full length and first album in over five years, “Book Burner”, sold more than 4,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 102 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD landed at position No. 2 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.

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Time is drawing closer to October 1, which is when Soulfly will be releasing Savages on Nuclear Blast. We've finally got the first taste of the album, so get in here! Well, more like The Gauntlet has the first taste of Savages, but who the hell is keeping track? If you've been digging Soulfly's recent …

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“Hesitation Marks” will be available in “loud” and “audiophile” versions.

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Brazilian thrash masters present additional details of upcoming record, due out on October 25.

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Producer Martin Hannett abandoned the recordings years ago.

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