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Below is our complete Immortal Guardian 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.

Death Goat Launches Through Steam

The indie twin-stick shooter Death Goat just landed on Steam and is available now for $2.99.

While actually a feature complete casual game, Death Goat is currently in "early access" mode as new features are being added (funded by gamers picking up this version early).

Why should metal heads give a shit (besides the name "Death Goat" of course)? Glad you asked - it's got an all-metal soundtrack including music from:

Between The Buried And Me
Byzantine
Holy Grail
God Forbid
Bloodshot Dawn
I Legion
Tyrant of Death
The Raven Autarchy
Dethlehem
Warforged
Konkeror
Lorelei
Vanisher
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Immortal Guardian Posts "Walk Alone" Video

Immortal Guardian just released a new music video for the "Walk Alone" track, which was directed by Andrew J Gonzales and produced by Brett Rivera. Check it out below, and you can also see the previously posted lyric video for "Beyond The Skies" at this location.

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Immortal Guardian Posts Lyric Video

Immortal Guardian has a new music/lyric video out now for "Beyond The Skies," which can be seen below.

"Beyond The Skies" is the first track off the band's new EP “Revolution Part I," produced by Roy Z (Judas Priest, Bruce Dickinson, Halford), who also makes a guest appearance on the record with a guitar solo in the track titled “Immortal.”

“Roy completely molded the band's sound in the recordings,” stated frontman Carlos Zema, adding "It was from water to wine.”

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Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 Day Three Slayer Sunday

Slayer played Fun Fun Fun Fest on Sunday two years ago. The promoters of the fest, Transmission Events, must see the value in making Sunday its metal day. As was experienced on Sunday two years ago, we left the park Sunday night with the metallic taste of Slayer in our mouths. My hunt for steel started at 12:30 when 4arm (read xFiruath’s interview) took the stage. I had no problem making this early show since I skipped the Nites shows on Saturday. Unfortunately for the Aussie modern thrash group, most of the fest’s attendees found 12:30 too early in the day. The 20 or so people who did make the early show were treated to one of the best performances of the weekend. More...

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