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Axecuter

Formed: 2010
From: Curitiba, Brazil
Last Known Status: Unknown

Latest Axecuter News

Below is our complete Axecuter news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Axecuter Streaming "No God, No Devil"

Brazilian speed metal act Axecuter is streaming the track "No God, No Devil (Worship Metal)" from the debut full length release "Metal Is Invincible." The album was released back in March via Inferno Records.

Axecutor features Daniel Azevedo a/k/a "Danmented" from the brutal death metal act Imperious Malevolence. Check out the track here:

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Axecuter Streaming New Track "Metal Is Invincible"

Brazilian speed metal act Axecuter is streaming the title track from the debut full length release "Metal Is Invincible." The album is set to drop on March 1, 2013 through France's Inferno Records. The album is the full length follow up to the debut EP "Innocence Is Our Excuse" issued in 2012.

The track list for "Metal Is Invincible" is as follows:

1. Metal Is Invincible
2. Too Heavy To Load
3. Feed The Beast
4. No God, No Devil (Worship Metal!)
5. Bangers Prevail
6. Destructive Blitzkrieg
7. Keep On Sinning
8. The Fires Of Krakatoa
9. Heavy Metal To The World (Manilla Road Cover)

Check out "Metal Is Invincible" here: More...

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Axecuter Signs To Inferno Records

AXECUTER has signed to Inferno Records. The band started in February 2010, although some of the songs were written as early as 2001. The three band members have played (and are still playing) in different acts and have also played together in different occasions.

AXECUTER has recorded three songs that will soon be released on INFERNO Records as a limited cassette-single edition. Those three songs are strongly influenced by early VENOM, early ONSLAUGHT, and early CELTIC FROST according to the label.

Check out some of the band's music on their MySpace player.

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