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Majestic Downfall

Formed: 2006
From: Mexico
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Majestic Downfall News

Below is our complete Majestic Downfall 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.

70000 Tons Of Metal Lineup Completed

The organisers of the 70000 Tons Of Metal cruise has announced the last four bands to perform at this year's event. Canadian death metal veterans Kataklysm will be performing, in addition to American power metal outfit Seven Kingdoms has been confirmed for the journey, as well as Belgian groove metal band Diablo BLVD and Colombian speed metal group Revenge. The cruise will set sail from Port Lauderdale, Florida on February 1st and head to the Grand Turk and Caicos Islands and back in a trek that will last until February 5th.

The current list of confirmed bands is as follows: More...

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Two More Confirmed For 70000 Tons Of Metal

Comedy metal act Psychostick and Mexican doom metal band Majestic Downfall are the latest groups announced to play this year's edition of the 70000 Tons Of Metal cruise, which sets sail in only six days. This brings the total number of confirmed bands up to fifty six, with only four more to be confirmed. The organisers have said that the next three bands to be confirmed will all hail from different continents. The cruise will set sail from Port Lauderdale, Florida on February 1st and head to the Grand Turk and Caicos Islands and back in a trek that will last until February 5th.

The current list of confirmed bands is as follows:

Amberian Dawn
Battle Beast
Beyond Creation
Cannibal Corpse
Dark Tranquility
Freedom Call
In Extremo
In Mourning
Internal Bleeding
Leaves' Eyes
Majestic Downfall
Metal Church
October Tide
Primal Fear
Seven Spires
Sonata Arctica
Swallow The Sun

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Ophis Announces European Tour

Ophis has announced the "Still No Spring Eurotour" this coming February alongside Ataraxie and Majestic Downfall. The band comments:

"We are proud to announce our upcoming tour in february. We will share the bill with our longtime friends of Ataraxie and the great Majestic Downfall, who will play in Europe for the very first time. There are still some dates open, so promoters get in touch. Sorry, no dates in the east this time, but we will return there later."

12/Feb - Hamburg GER Bambi Galore
13/Feb - Göttingen GER Juzi Göttingen
14/Feb - Berlin GER Tommyhaus
15/Feb - Available Germany*
16/Feb - Antwerp BEL Kavka
17/Feb - Available Belgium*
18/Feb - Available France*
19/Feb - Rotterdam HOL Baroeg More...

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Majestic Downfall Releasing "...When Dead"

Majestic Downfall will release "...When Dead" through Pulverised Records this coming August 7th, 2015. The label had this to say:

"Further stretching the boundaries of the blackened doom / death genre beyond what is deemed as traditional, Mexican doom-sayer Majestic Downfall unleashes what is probably the most tormenting album in the group's discography to date with '...When Dead.'

"Ensorcelled by the mournful bliss of doom and yet raising the chalice for black metal dissonance, '...When Dead' is a celebration of the two seemingly unbendable genres enwreathed as one, and the result is an iniquitous atmosphere marred with sublime melodic doom passages and the caustic nature of black metal scowl."

The album was mixed and mastered by Tore Stjerna at Necromorbus Studio, Sweden (Watain, Demonical, Repugnant) and the track listing is as follows: More...

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Majestic Downfall Signs With Pulverised

Mexico's Majestic Downfall has inked a record deal with Pulverised Records. The label had this to say:

"Pulverised Records is immensely pleased to welcome Mexican doom-strosity Majestic Downfall! Fronted by chief doom-commander Jacobo Córdova, whom also splits his alter-ego as Mr. Jacko in death metal act Zombiefication; Majestic Downfall places its musical direction in 90's doom / death territories with some twists, inevitably causing a very unique clash of darkness, sorrow and a primal sense of aggression. Majestic Downfall is currently working on the upcoming full-length record, details on the new album shall be announced again later in the year."

Regarding Majestic Downfall's signing, Jacobo Córdova stated: "I have followed Pulverised Records since the early days, so it is truly an honour to release the new Majestic Downfall with one of the leading underground metal labels in the world. Many of you who already know the band, will be surprised with the many new elements that have been added to the music but still, the core will be the same as always; Doom / Death misery! Can't wait for this collaboration of doom to take place and thanks again to Pulverised for believing in Majestic Downfall."

Pulverised Records A&R Manager Calvin Chiang also states: "Having known Majestic Downfall a while back but the initial impression of what we heard from the band's previous efforts really was a pleasant surprise because Mr. Jacko does have a split personality! As some people might know that we are pretty big fans of this melancholic doom / death style; the torture of funereal-drenched riffs searing through, the turmoil of lengthy songs droning continuously and simply that feeling of utter misery after listening to an entire album, Majestic Downfall nailed down every aspect of what we love about this genre and we think that the new album will be yet another grief-stricken bludgeoner."

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Majestic Downfall Releasing New Album

One-man Mexican doom metal project Majestic Downfall, run by composer Jacobo Cordova of Zombiefication, will be releasing it's second full-length album, "The Blood Dance," via Chaos Records on January 9th. This album follows on the heels of 2009's "Temple of Guilt." It will feature the following tracks:

The Blood Dance
From Black to Dead
Majestic Embrace
Dimension Plague
Army of Salvation
An Untravelled Road
Cronos More...

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