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Below is our complete Victims of Creation 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.

Victims Of Creation Signs With Cyclone Empire

Hailing from Malta, Victims of Creation is the newest member of the Cyclone Empire family. Victims of Creation describes its style as a very heavy, down-tuned sound, carrying both the old-school doom/death metal and slow sludgy elements.

The band has already been announced for the Doom Shall Rise Festival 2013, along with a new album coming by April 2013. Cyclone Empire also commented on the band's history:

"Victims of Creation is a Maltese band, was conceived in 1992 and debuted on stage in 1994 supporting local band Oblique Visions on the launch of their debut CD. In 1996, the song 'Lotions & Potions (Toke 1)' was included in 'The Core of Creation,' a local compilation released by Storm Records. The song did not reflect the band’s style at the time, however, it was very well acclaimed specifically for its originality. The launch of this compilation was the second and last gig of the band for some time.

"Turbulent times, unlucky circumstances and various set-backs saw Dino and Rex (the remaining founding members of the band) experimenting with different guitarists during sporadic jammings. It seemed that Victims of Creation would never rise from the ashes. More...

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Malta Doom Metal Festival Lineup Announced

Germany's Mirror of Deception has issued the following update about appearing at the upcoming Malta Doom Metal festival:

"We have been invited to Malta Doom Metal Festival on November 4th & 5th 2011.

"So far confirmed are: Pagan Altar, Forsaken, Officium Triste, Nomad Son, Mirror of Deception, Arkham Witch, Griffen Device, Victims of Creation, Mountain Throne, Age of Taurus and Void Moon. More bands and the venue will be announced."

You can find more information on the Malta Doom Metal festival at this location.

Dawn of Winter also recently checked in with the following update about canceling the band's appearance at the festival:

"We are very sorry but we can’t play Malta this year due to a scheduling conflict. We would love to play the festival and hope to see and meet all the Maltese doomheads and DoW fans at the 2012 edition! Slow is the suffering!"

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