Posts Tagged “Voodoo”

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Kataklysm have released their track Like Animals for streaming. Hear it below.

It’s taken from Waiting For The End To Come, the Canadian death metallers’ first album since 2010′s Heaven’s Venom.

They recorded it with former Neuraxis drummer Olu Beaudoin, who’s standing in for Max Dumahel while he takes time off to deal with his alcohol addiction.

Kataklysm, who appeared at Bloodstock in August, hit the UK in January for a tour with support from Fleshgod Apocalypse and Krisiun:
Jan 13: London Underworld
Jan 14: Manchester Sound Control
Jan 15: Glasgow Classic Grand
Jan 16: Belfast Voodoo
Jan 17: Dublin Button Factory
Jan 19: Bristol Bierkeller

Waiting For The End To Come tracklist

01. Fire
02. If I Was God – I’d Burn It All
03. Like Animals
04. Kill The Elite
05. Under Lawless Skies
06. Dead & Buried
07. The Darkest Days of Slumber
08. Real Blood – Real Scars
09. The Promise
10. Empire Of Dirt
11. Elevate

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Primal Rock Rebellion frontman and former Sikth screamer Mikee Goodman has unveiled his brand new project – and unsurprisingly, it’s a bit nuts.

Featuring Mikee on vocals, vocals, Kieron Pepper on bass, Charley Olsen on guitar and Will Romain on drums, Outpatients will tour the UK next month and have unveiled their first ever video, Throw Rocks.

Check out the video below and find out where you can catch the guys in October:

THROW ROCKS ou†pa†ien†s from OUTPATIENTS on Vimeo.

Outpatients UK Tour

Friday 18th @ The Anvil, Bournemouth
Saturday 19th @ The Hope, Brighton
Sunday 20th Scholar Bar, Leicester
Monday 21st @ The Boileroom, Guildford
Thursday 24th @ O2 Academy, Oxford
Friday 25th @ Voodoo, Electrowerkz, London (onstage midnight)
Wed 30th @ The Black Heart, Camden, London
Thurs 31st @ The White Rabbit, Plymouth (with Skindred)

“I went to Tokyo last year in a search for something new to inspire my mind,” says Mikee of how the band came together. “Finding Yuuri opened up many more possibilities. Her versatile style and unique melodic voice works so well with my own. I actually think SikTh fans would be into this band, cos of the dual vocals and frantic nature, but this is very much out there on its own, in terms of style and sound.”

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OVERKILL, STRATOVARIUS, JON OLIVA’S PAIN, PAIN OF SALVATION, MASTERPLAN and SEVENTH WONDER are among the confirmed bands for next year’s edition of the ProgPower USA festival, set to take place Septemebr 12-13, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Confirmed acts:

Friday, September 12, 2014

DISCOURSE
ORDEN OGAN
LEPROUS
OVERKILL
SEVENTH WONDER
(performing “Mercy Falls” in its entirety)
STRATOVARIUS

Saturday, September 13, 2014

WITHEM
DIVIDED MULTITUDE
VOODOO CIRCLE
MASTERPLAN
PAIN OF SALVATION
(performing “Remedy Lane” in its entirety)
JON OLIVA’S PAIN (performing SAVATAGE’s “Streets: A Rock Opera” in its entirety)

Tickets will go on sale on October 1.

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Joey LaCaze: RIP

Mike Williams, frontman with NOLA sludgers Eyehategod, has released the following statement surrounding the shocking death of drummer Joey LaCaze.

“Joseph M. LaCaze, New Orleans native and drummer for Eyehategod, Mystick Krewe Of Clearlight and Outlaw Order, passed away on August 23rd in New Orleans after a very successful five-week U.K. and European tour with Eyehategod. He also performed ceremonial voodoo drumming and in numerous solo experimental electronic projects. Doctors confirmed to family members the cause as respiratory failure. He also suffered from severe long-term asthma.

“An account is set up for the benefit of his daughter Lilith LaCaze. Checks can be made payable to the Lilith LaCaze or Joseph LaCaze donation fund at any Capital One bank in any city.”

Hammer would like to send our thoughts and sympathies to Joseph’s friends, family and bandmates.

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Bloodstock: Bringing the heavy

Yep, we did one for Slam Dunk and one for Download, so it only seems fair that we do one for Bloodstock.

Here is the definitely-not-official-and-will-probably-kill-you Metal Hammer Bloodstock 2013 Drinking Game! Go wild.

*Please note, this is in no way officially endorsed by Bloodstock and if you choose to print this off and actually stick to it you are a maniac and will probably end up swimming in your own sick while King Diamond plays Voodoo in the background.

 

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For the heavy metal fan on the go, every week we collect the latest reviews in one convenient location, and keep them short and sweet. This week, check out our takes on albums from Amaranthe, Ash Borer, Carved, Cnoc An Tursa, The Color Morale, Dark Sermon, De La Cruz, High Priest Of Saturn, King Carnage, Kruna, Lustre, Odd Dimension, Orchid’s Curse, Pretty Maids, Trollfest, Victor Griffin, Voodoo Circle and Wormed.

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A healthy dose of ’80s sleaze crossbred with ’70s classic rock is what you will find on The Rise Of Jimmy Silver.

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Ghost: Back at Donington

17 bands have been added to this year’s outstanding Download lineup, and as ever, it’s another helluva mix.

The full list of new names is as follows:

Black Stone Cherry
Chthonic
DragonForce
Fearless Vampire Killers
Fidlar
Ghost
Hammer Of The Gods
Idiom
Krokodil
Little Caeser
Masters Of Reality
Palm Reader
Patent Pending
Red White & Blues
Rival Sons
Satyricon
Voodoo Six

Download 2013 takes place from June 14-16 and also features headliners Slipknot, Iron Maiden and Rammstein, plus Motorhead, Queens Of The Stone Age, HIM and many more. Tickets are onsale now from www.downloadfestival.co.uk, with day tickets for the festival officially going on sale from Thursday 28 March at 9am.

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“More Than One Way Home”, the third album from VOODOO CIRCLE, has entered the German Media Control chart at position No.

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