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Below is our complete Humiliation 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.
Humiliation will release "Under the Siege of Invasion" on June 30th via Deepsend Records (CD format) and Dark Side of Punk (Vinyl). You can stream new track "Operation Python" below, and the full track listing will be as follows:
1. Into the Truth & The Battle
3. Lost of K-XVI
4. Occupation Force
5. Lintang Barracks
6. Operation Python 03:41
7. Borneo Campaign
8. Death Order
9. Grave Error
10. Liberation More...
Deepsend Records has released a new digital sampler, which can be heard below. The label comments:
"Introducing our FREE 2014 Sampler CD/Digital download! Share, pillage or plunder to your hearts content. Pick up the albums and support the bands when their unleashed."
The track listing is as follows:
1. Emblazoned - Malefic Congregation 03:04
2. Corpus Mortale - Feasting Upon Souls 03:06
3. Ferocity - Chain of Command 03:50
4. Synapses - A Place Will Be Forgotten 03:53
5. Death Comes Pale - From the Lips of the Dead 04:56
6. Deus Otiosus - Iron Rule 04:16
7. Embryonic Devourment - Reptiliphiliac 02:49
8. Eternal Rest - Manifestation 03:23
9. Humiliation - Sea Denial 03:59
10. Misericordia - Blind By Belief 04:20
11. Agiel - Dark Pantheons 03:17
12. Hybrid - Enter the Void 05:19 More...
Dead Beat Media and Slaughterhouse Records have joined forces to release a split seven-inch EP featuring both the Dutch band Warmaster and the Malaysian act Humiliation. Holland's veterans Warmaster return with two new tracks of their patented old school death metal style, unique vocals and crushing mid-paced riffs. Newcomers Humiliation have been taking the world by storm with several of their releases, and present here two new tracks of heavy as hell old school death metal.
The EP features two new and exclusive, never before heard, tracks from each band on white opaque vinyl with red splatter. 500 copies will be pressed, with a free download card for all purchases. There will be a die hard edition featuring limited edition stickers for each band and a 'Krieg' edition which includes the limited edition stickers as well as a limited edition woven patch. Check out the titles for the respective two songs each band contributes, along with an upload of a promo for the release.
1) Mental Meltdown
2) Generation Panzerfaust
4) Pledge of Invasion
Malaysian death metal soldiers, Humiliation will release "Turbulence From the Deep" on July 9th via Deepsend Records. This fourth studio album sees the band sees the band shift to a more doom/death approach on its eleven tracks. To pre-order "Turbulence From the Deep" or stream the album in full, visit Deepsend Records' newly launched bandcamp page, or listen below.
Humiliation, which was covered in the Malaysian edition of our "Unearthing the Metal Underground" column, has posted a new song online.
Check out the track "Phosphorous Shell" from upcoming album "Turbulence From the Deep" in the player below. Pre-orders are also available here, and the track listing is as follows:
1. No Return
2. Operation Obeo One
3. Phosphorous Shell
4. Calibrated Chaos
5. Bachok's Invasion
6. Sea Denial
7. Home Front
8. Total War
9. Order of Battle
10. The Deadly Double
11. Submerged At the Seabed (Outro) More...
Malaysia is a country that has really begun to make it's name known in the last few years. It's become a popular holiday destination, it has one of the most stable infrastructures in South East Asia and has become a major investing force in association football (soccer,) with Malaysian entrepeneurs buying into such football teams as Queens Park Rangers and Cardiff City. But what is the music scene like in Malaysia? And more specifically, how is heavy metal treated there? A quick Google search will quickly bring up a BBC article from 2001, in which the Malaysian government declared a crack down on the genre. But there are still metal bands active in the constitutional monarchy, and this week we'll be looking at three of them.
First up is Humiliation, a band from the Malaysian capital city of Kuala Lumpur who provide an ear catching take on death metal, being influenced mostly by such British extreme metal pioneers as Benediction and Bolt Thrower. The group was formed in 2009 and spent three months recording their debut EP, "Face The Disaster," which was released in November that year through Nebiula Production. The next year, they were able to record and release their first full length effort, "Dawn Of Warfare," which (including an intro and an outro) contained a total of twelve tracks. Since then, the band has soldiered on, despite losing some members along the way, they have been able to continue writing new material, and released their second full length album, "Seek To Survive" in September of last year. The band has also branced out when it comes to touring, having recently played in such countries as Germany, Poland and Romania.
Humiliation - "Minefields"
Malaysian death metal band Humiliation has just signed a multi-album deal with Deepsend Records, and will commence work on it's as-of-yet untitled fourth full-length album for an early 2013 release. Since 2009, the prolific band has released two EP's plus three albums including 2012's "From Strength to Strength."
Malaysian death metal band Humiliation recently put out its album "From Strength to Strength" and is streaming a couple of tracks from it over on YouTube. Below is an upload of the track "Bukit Kepong," and the song "Days of Terror" is also uploaded to YouTube as well. Humiliation will be playing at United Day 2 on July 8th with 69 other bands on three stages at Lanud Sulaiman.
Approximately 200 of Thailand’s most brutal turned up for Bang-Cock Death Fest 2011 at the cavernous yet acoustically pleasing Barbie’s Bar in Bangkok, on Saturday December 3rd. The 12-band bill was comprised of a who’s-who of the underground Asian death metal scene, featuring bands from Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Taiwan, which played alongside an incredibly strong array of acts from the host country. More...