From: Miami, FL
Last Known Status: Active
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Blackened death metal act Inferion has inked a deal with badGod Music, home to a diverse array of underground acts such as brutalists Never To Arise and avant-garde metal entity Trillion Red. Inferion's badGod debut, "This Will Decay," will come in early 2013. More details will be forthcoming.
Earlier this year, Inferion's self-released "The Desolate" along with making its other titles such as "Aborted by the Sun," which was originally recorded by band mastermind Nick Reyes in 2003, and the "Palingenesis" EP, which dates back to 2004, available on bandcamp. Inferion formed in Miami back in 1996.
You may already know of Inferion's "The Desolate," the black metal whirlwind from Mr. Everything Nick Reyes. But in 2003 Reyes recorded an EP of blast-beaten, aggressive melodic death metal called "Aborted By the Sun" that was recorded under the name Farewell My Angel. The original plan to release the EP was halted after the hard drive with the original mixes/master was damaged in a fire. A recent discovery of those original files led Iraq War veteran Reyes to re-record much of the EP when time permitted during Army Special Forces and Selection Training at Fort Bragg, GA. The EP has now been released under the Inferion banner. Check out the tracklisting and cover art below for "Aborted By the Sun."
Kill the Angel
Aborted by the Sun
Burn Away the Memory
Imagine Me Geometry
The God Machine
My Hydrogen Bomb More...
Florida blackened death metal band Inferion has finally revealed a release date of January 15th, 2012 for it's new album "Desolate." Many years in the making, this album is the combined effort of guitarist, drummer, vocalist and composer Nick Reyes and ex-Kult of Azazel bassist Frank Gross. "The Desolate" is the result of many years of writing and recording in fits in starts and in a myriad of locations including Iraq, where Nick Reyes was deployed with his U.S. Army Unit. Recording had actually begun back in 2005 when Inferion was a quartet. The tracklisting of the album follows after the stream widget.