Posts Tagged “Traditions”

Iron Bonehead Productions has set April 21st as the international release date for Skelethal’s “Deathmanicvs Revelation.” The label also issued the following announcement: “Skelethal’s debut MLP, Deathmanicvs Revelation says everything it needs to in its title: absolute DEATH WORSHIP, wielding the metal of death like a scythe, an axe, and blunt hammer simultaneously, all in obeisance to occult forces beyond the mien of man. “At 22 lean, licentious minutes, Deathmanicvs Revelation allows this French duo to gallop forth into – and beyond – the realms of death, utilizing a morbid, miasmic thrust and an execution that sounds utterly possessed. “Despite their young years, Skelethal are well learned in the ancient ways of death metal, and the resultant sound across Deathmanicvs Revelation is not so much ‘old school’ nor ‘retro’ as it is simply respectful of its traditions, adding their own hideous flair to the form.” The track listing is as follows: 1

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The new project Grailight, featuring Demether of Arcane Grail, has checked in with the following announcement about an album release: “Our new album will be called ‘Sic Luceat Lux!’ It will consist of the 14 beautiful pieces inspired by ancient pre-Abrahamic culture of Europe: culture, traditions, literary and musical heritage of the nations of Europe with Indo-Aryan origin and blood. “The album shall tell by singing of Euterpe about all that once led our ancestors to the Light and True Gods, rejecting evil, hatred, fratricide… led ancestors, and now must lead their descendants – Us, onto the Path of Enlightenment and Purification

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Legendary rocker Alice Cooper recently spoke to The Village Voice about the bands that are carrying on the traditions he created, including ROB ZOMBIE, GWAR and BLACK VEIL BRIDES.

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Ukrainian ambient folk pagan metal outfit Munruthel, which is celebrating its fifteen year anniversary, has unleashed a new video for the title track from its forthcoming fifth album “CREEDamage.” That video is now streaming below. “CREEDamage” will be released on November 12th via Svarga Music. Performed in the finest traditions of symphonic pagan metal, the new album also features guest vocals from Masha “Scream” (Arkona) and Wulfstan (Forefather), as well as a cracking cover of Bathory’s “The Lake.”

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Russian metal band Adfail released debut album “Unkindness” today via Darknagar Records, and the band is now streaming a song from the album online. Check out the opening track “Storm” in the player below. The following press release was also issued:

“The debut album by Adfail titled ‘Unkindness’ combines the best traditions of Death Doom Metal of 1990s and 2000s and contains varied stuff, ranging from rather fast parts to slow doomy passages. Among the highlights of this release there’re melodic guitar riffs, acoustic interludes and an excellent keyboard work which has a special role in combination with vocal variety. This album is available for purchase in 6th panel digipack with 8-pages booklet.”

The track listing is as follows:

1. Storm
2. Pity
3. Destiny Doll
4. Remorse
5. Drama
6. Condemned Future
7. Throwing Pain Away

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Norwegian act Ørkenkjøtt has posted a new song online for streaming, titled “Livets Frø.” You can check out the new track by heading over to the Ørkenkjøtt Facebook profile.

The band also commented on its history and finishing the recording of a debut album:

“One year ago Ørkenkjøtt started the recording of Ønskediktet. Produced by Ihsahn and Heidi @ Mnemosyne Production, the debut album is now ready for release and the band is currently looking for a suitable home for their music.

“Ørkenkjøtt is five guys, played together for five years, done almost a hundred gigs around Norway and released two self-financed EP’s. The band got their first national recognition in 2009 with the EP ‘Skygger og Støv.’ TV-interview and performance, played big festivals, including the Inferno Festival, and received fantastic reviews both in and outside of Norway.

“Ønskediktet really define the sound Ørkenkjøtt has developed, and also where the band is headed. It’s a concept album, both musically, lyrically and thematic. Influenced by Arabian/Middle-Eastern/Oriental culture and feeling, combining this with the norwegian lyrics and the norwegian metal traditions. This album was the first extern project produced by Ihsahn & Heidi at Mnemosyne Production.”

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Just in time to kick off your weekend, Stereogum.com today is hosting a stream of “Casse, Pêches, Fractures et Traditions” from French black metal miscreants, Peste Noire. The twisted, tortured and plainly demented-sounding opus is the opening track off the band’s recently unveiled “L’Ordure à l’État Pur” full-length.

You can check out the song by navigating your browser over to this location. The “L’Ordure à l’État Pur” track listing is as follows:

1. Casse, Pêches, Fractures et Traditions
2. Cochon Carotte et les sœurs Crotte
3. J’avais rêvé du Nord
4. Sale Famine Von Valfoutre
5. La condi hu

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Sweden's Unleashed has issued the following statement about celebrating the winter solstice the Viking way: “Warriors! The time has come for the celebration of the winter solstice, one of the most important traditions for the Viking. Come Tuesday the 21st, we decorate the great world tree Yggdrasil, and drink toasts to our friends and kin. And b..

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