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Croatian death/thrash metallers Infernal Tenebra just announced the addition of bassist Viktor Sincic to the lineup as a replacement for recently departed member Paolo Grižonic. Infernal Tenebra comments:
"Paolo started the band in 1999 and participated in the creation of four albums, toured with the band and was involved in countless battles. He is credited on the latest album and we are very thankful for his contributions. Like all ex-members, he’ll remain in the Infernal Tenebra family, and we’ll honor this legacy with all our strengths.
"Following the recent departure of Paolo Grižonic in the post-production phase of our upcoming album 'As Nation Fal' due to personal reasons, the band sought for the best possible solution. One thing was clear, whoever was gonna be in charge of the bass section of Infernal Tenebra, he has to put in hard work and dedication in order to be where we are. We needed someone that could enhance and add some new and fresh vibes to the band's sound.
"Viktor stepped in at the right time, and it basically happened overnight. Our longtime video producer and friend Igor Malecic (Meisterwerk Productions) suggested him and we clicked immediately. Viktor is a young, motivated and skilled musician, with a great bass tone. Adding intricate bass lines will definitely influence our songwriting and we’re looking forward to work on the new material. We are delighted to have him on board and look forward to tour with him.
"At the moment Infernal Tenebra is preparing for the upcoming shows in 2016. First festivals are already announced, and worldwide touring activities will follow the album release. With 'As Nations Fall' coming out on January 22nd, 2016, we’re eager to get on stage and rock these tunes to our fans and friends around the globe." More...
Croatian outfit Infernal Tenebra is pleased to announce the worldwide January 2016 release of the album "As Nations Fall," coming through Massacre Records.
The artwork was created by Gustavo Sazes (Sepultura, Arch Enemy, Firewind) and can be seen below. This upcoming album follows the band's 2012 album "New Formed Revelations." More...
"The Art of Survival,” the new video from the Croatia-based death metal act Infernal Tenebra, can be seen below.
The track comes off the band's latest CD, "New Formed Revelations," which was released via Massacre Records. “New Formed Revelations” was mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios, Orebro, Sweden and the album artwork was created by Gustavo Sazes.
Croatian death/thrash metallers Infernal Tenebra have announced the addition of drummer Sebastian Stell to their lineup. Stell played with grindcore band Mercenary Cockroach among other bands, together with guitarist Ivo Petrovic who joined the band in 2009.
Following the recent departure of Sandi Orbanic (2005-2013) due to personal obligations, the band sought a permanent replacement. After the first audition and rehersal with Stell, it became obvious he was the best choice, and he was asked to join as a full-time member.
“We’re proud to have Sebastian Stell in our band,” says guitarist/vocalist Darko Etinger, “He’s an extremely talented and focused drummer, capable of bringing a significant contribution to the band’s sound.”
Stell’s first appearance with Infernal Tenebra is scheduled for June 7th, 2013 at Underwall Festival, Zadar, Croatia in support of bands such as Xentrix, Destruction, Max Pie and more.
The band is currently working on a video for the song “The Art of Survival,” produced by Igor Malecic (Meisterwerk Productions). The video for “Blood Stained Canvas” taken from the album “New Formed Revelations” can also be seen below. More...
Croatian metal act Infernal Tenebra posted a new music video for the song "Blood Stained Canvas." The song appears on the band's latest release "New Formed Revelations," which was issued this past Friday (Dec. 7), through Massacre Records.
Check out "Blood Stained Canvas" here:
Infernal Tenebra has posted a pre-listening track online titled "Happily Depressed," which can be heard below and comes off the band's upcoming "New Formed Revelations" album, due out December 7th. Massacre Records also commented on signing the band:
"We're happy to welcome Infernal Tenebra from Croatia to our family! Brutally honest, creative and constantly evolving, Croatian based Infernal Tenebra withstood the test of time in the metal underground.
"Originating with pure black metal in 1999, adding a death metal foundation in the following years. Infernal Tenebra shared the stage with a vast number of metal icons including Kreator, Vader, Symphony X, Exodus, Blind Guardian, Agathodaimon, Pro-Pain and Grave Digger and played festivals like Bloodstock Open Air, Metalcamp and Metalfest.
"With two self-released albums 'Beneath The Twilight' and 'The Essence Of Chaos,' the band is heading to a new chapter with the upcoming album, which is going to be released on December 7th via Massacre Records!" More...
Finnish pagan metal outfit Moonsorrow and German power metal group Freedom Call have been confrmed as the latest two bands to take part in this years edition of the British metal festival, Bloodstock Open Air, which will take place at Catton Hall in Walton On Trent, Derbyshire from August 10th-12th.
Speaking on the confirmation, Moonsorrow stated: "We are truly excited to take part in Bloodstock Festival 2012. It's been way too long since we played on the British soil in 2008 and we know that lately there has been a huge demand for Moonsorrow to play in the UK. So, all our loyal fans in the UK, we want to see a massive crowd of insane berserks during our set. Don't let us down because we promise we don't let you down, cheers!"
Freedom Call added: "The Bloodstock Festival is the pulsating heart of Heavy Metal...a great audience, which knows exactly to revel."
The lineup for the festival is now as follows: More...