From: Koblenz, Germany
Last Known Status: Active
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Germany's Metal Inquisitor is streaming the new track "Confession Saves Blood," which appears on the forthcoming new album "Ultima Ratio Regis," the band's fourth full length effort. The album is set to drop on February 21st via Massacre Records.
Check out "Confession Saves Blood" here:
Massacre Records has checked in with the following announcement about inking a deal with Metal Inquisitor:
"Ladies and gentlemen, it is time to welcome Metal Inquisitor to the Massacre Records family! Lead guitarist Blumi formed the band in 1998 and drummer Witchhammer, vocalist El Rojo, and bassist KronoS joined the line-up soon after.
"They started writing songs and released the 3-track demo 'Seven Inches For The Second Attack' in 1998. Witchhammer left the band about 2 years later and was replaced by drummer Havoc. The second guitarist T.P. joined the band as well.
"With this new line-up they recorded the band's debut 'The Apparition,' which was released in 2002 via Iron Glory Records. Shortly after, the band went on The Apparition Tour 2002/2003. In 2004 they played at the RockHard and Keep It True festivals in Germany.
"In spring 2005, Metal Inquisitor signed with Hellion Records and released the second album 'Doomsday For The Heretic' in November 2005. Within the following years KronoS left the band, was replaced by Dutch G, re-joined the band and was forced to leave the band in late 2010 due to health issues. Since October 2010 Cliff Bubenheim is the band's bassist. More...