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Necronomicon

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Below is our complete Necronomicon 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.

Necronomicon Releases New Video

Canadian extreme metal horde Necronomicon has released a video for the title track off latest full-length, "Rise of the Elder Ones" (reviewed here).

The music video is available below, thanks to Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles. You can also stream the full "Rise of the Elder Ones" album over at this location.

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Necronomicon Breaks Down On Tour

Necronomicon has been out on the "No Salvation" tour with Deicide, but the band missed tonight's show in Denver due to vehicle troubles. Necronomicon comments:

"We are sorry to say that we couldn't make it to Denver tonight, we tried all day to fix a problem we encountered last night that stopped us 11 miles out of Kansas city.

"Our radiator exploded last night around 2AM while driving to the next town and after been transported in the nearest town we tried to find a place to repair with no success. Repair parts are to be delivered tomorrow morning.

"We want to apologize to our fans in Denver, Colorado and hope to be able to make it for Spokane."

The remaining dates on the tour are as follows: More...

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Necronomicon Posts New Video Teaser

Canadian death metal act Necronomicon posted a teaser clip for the upcoming new music video for the song "Rise of the Elder Ones." The song is the title track from the band's latest album, which was issued this past June via Season of Mist Records (see review here).

Check out the teaser here:

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Necronomicon Bassist To Miss Tour

Canada's Necronomicon is gearing up to head off on tour, but the band has now checked in with the following announcement about being down a bass player:

"We are really not happy to announce that our session bass player David McGregore had an unfortunate accident last night while getting ready to rehearse with the band.

"Injuries due to his latest car accident are aggravated and he still at the hospital. David wont be able to play for a while and as consequences will not be with the band when they leave Montreal tomorrow.

"Necronomicon will NOT cancel the tour and the band is working hard to find an alternative on how to fill the bass spot in the short amount of time left before the tour starts.

"Hang it there David. Thanks for your support."

Necronomicon will be touring in support of the "Rise of the Elder Ones" album (reviewed here). The band will be hitting the road with Deicide and Broken Hope for the October tour dates. Full details can be found at this location.

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Doommantia Volume 2 Compilation Streaming

The long awaited Doommantia Vol. 2 anthology has been released. This compilation was put together to raise money to benefit Ed Barnard, founder of Doommantia.com. After suffering with heart problems for years, Ed was hit with astronomical hospital bills which left him homeless. Due to the lack of decent healthcare in the US, Ed has now returned to his homeland of Australia to receive the care he deserves.

To help him with living expenses, 84 bands and artists from all over the world have come together once again to ease the burden left upon Ed. Just a nominal sum (with an option to pay more) gets you over 9 hours of some of the best doom, stoner, sludge, psychedelic, and drone jams out there. Stream the whole compilation and get the download details over at bandcamp. More...

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Deicide Announces "No Salvation Tour" 2013

Metal icons Deicide are returning to the road this fall on their No Salvation Tour 2013 - a headlining run with fellow Century Media label mates and death metal favorites Broken Hope. Also in support will be Disgorge and Necronomicon.

The tour launches October 2nd in Atlanta, GA, and ends October 24th in Austin, TX. Highlights include a convergence with the Delaware Death Fest October 5th, as well as stops in New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Complete dates are listed below.

Deicide will be touring to promote the upcoming, yet-to-be-titled studio release, due out this fall on Century Media Records. The album will be its second for Century Media, and the follow-up to "To Hell With God" in 2011.

Decibel Magazine joined Deicide and producer Jason Suecof in the studio earlier this year, reporting: "Expect a super-brutal blast to the cranium. Longtime fans will pick up on nuances inspired from the almighty Legion effort." With drummer Steve Asheim adding that "we're going to get down and dirty this time around, so expect the lyrics to be brutal."

Broken Hope releases "Omen Of Disease" October 1st, and the album will be its first studio record in nearly 15 years. Disgorge will release a fifth studio album in late 2013 on Unique Leader Records, while Necronomicon is touring in support of "Rise Of The Elder Ones" (reviewed here), released June 10th via Season Of Mist. More...

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Necronomicon Streaming Full New Album

"Rise of the Elder Ones," Canadian extreme metal horde Necronomicon's new album, is out today in North America.

The album is now streaming via Metal Maniacs or in the player below. The track listing is as follows:

1. Resurrected
2. The End of Times
3. The Living God (Pharaoh of Gods Part II)
4. The Nuclear Chaos
5. From Beyond
6. Rise of the Elder Ones
7. The Valley of the Lost Souls
8. Celestial Being
9. Dark Corners of the Earth
10. The Fallen More...

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Necronomicon Streaming New Song

Canadian extreme metal horde Necronomicon has premiered a new track off upcoming record, "Rise of the Elder Ones." The song, titled “The End of Times”, is streaming now via Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles or through the player below.

"Rise of the Elder Ones" has been slated for release on June 7th (June 11th in North America). The track listing is:

1. Resurrected
2. The End of Times
3. The Living God (Pharaoh of Gods Part II)
4. The Nuclear Chaos
5. From Beyond (streaming here)
6. Rise of the Elder Ones
7. The Valley of the Lost Souls
8. Celestial Being
9. Dark Corners of the Earth
10. The Fallen More...

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Necronomicon Streaming "From Beyond"

Canada's Necronomicon will release "Rise of the Elder Ones" on June 7th, 2013 (EU) and June 11th, 2013 (North America) via Season of Mist Records.

The band has now teamed up with Last Rites to stream the song "From Beyond." Check it out here or in the player below.

The album's track listing is:

1. Resurrected
2. The End of Times
3. The Living God (Pharaoh of Gods Part II)
4. The Nuclear Chaos
5. From Beyond
6. Rise of the Elder Ones
7. The Valley of the Lost Souls
8. Celestial Being
9. Dark Corners of the Earth
10. The Fallen More...

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Necronomicon Posts Trailer For New LP

Canadian death metal act Necronomicon posted a trailer for the upcoming release "Rise of the Elder Ones," the band's fourth LP and first since 2010. The album is slated for release on June 7, 2013 (EU) and June 11, 2013 (North America) via Season of Mist Records.

"Rise of the Elder Ones" marks the first studio release for new basisst Armaros (Ex-Hollow). The track listing for the album is:

1. Resurrected
2. The End of Times
3. The Living God (Pharaoh of Gods Part II)
4. The Nuclear Chaos
5. From Beyond
6. Rise of the Elder Ones
7. The Valley of the Lost Souls
8. Celestial Being
9. Dark Corners of the Earth
10. The Fallen

Check out the trailer here: More...

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Necronomicon Reveals New Album Details

Canadian death metallers Necronomicon recently signed to Season of Mist, and have now announced their forthcoming album is entitled "Rise of the Elder Ones." The album will hit stores on June 7th (June 11th in North America), and the track listing is as follows:

1. Resurrected
2. The End of Times
3. The Living God (Pharaoh of Gods Part II)
4. The Nuclear Chaos
5. From Beyond
6. Rise of the Elder Ones
7. The Valley of the Lost Souls
8. Celestial Being
9. Dark Corners of the Earth
10. The Fallen More...

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Necronomicon Signs With Season Of Mist

Season of Mist is proud to announce the signing of Canada’s Necronomicon (not to be confused with the German band of the same name). The death metal trio’s upcoming fourth album is entitled "Rise of the Elder Ones" and has been tentatively scheduled for a June 7th release (June 10th in North America).

“Many people know that for some years in the past Necronomicon have been through some really dark years and that starting with ‘The Return of the Witch,’ or what we called the return to the source, we rose out of that period with more determination and strength than ever,” front man Rob “The Witch” states.

He goes on to say, “As for now, some months ago we had the opportunity to join forces and work with one of the most respected labels in the dark metal area. That’s why we decided to move on in that direction. Working with people that care, are professionals, and do what they said without trying to find excuses to not do what they agreed to. It is with honor that Necronomicon joined the Season of Mist family and wish for this relationship to be long and prosperous.”

More information on "Rise of the Elder Ones" will be unveiled soon so keep checking back. More...

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Final Bands Announced for Barge To Hell Cruise

The Barge To Hell is just days away from departure and final band announcements are being made. The cruise sets sail Monday, December 3rd, 2012 from Miami, FL to Nassau, Bahamas and returns on Friday, December 7th, 2012.

Just announced are Novembers Doom, Vital Remains, Brujeria and underground acts Abiotic, Zanthropya Ex, and Dark Sermon. The organizers also report that both the German and Canadian incarnations of Necronomicon will be in attendance.

With the announcement comes some bad news that Six Feet Under has had to cancel their appearance due to a scheduling conflict with their studio and needing to have their new album delivered in time.

You can still book a trip on the Barge To Hell.

The lineup is as follows: More...

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