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Below is our complete Hades Almighty 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.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

Hades Almighty Announces New EP

The long wait is now over for Hades Almighty fans as the band releases a new EP next month, which will be the group's first studio release since 2001.

The three-track EP titled “Pyre Era, Black!” will hit the streets through Dark Essence Records on October 23, 2015 and serves as an introduction to a new era for the Norwegian band, as well as a taste of what to expect from an upcoming fifth full-length album due out next year. The EP's track listing is:

1. Pyre Era, Black!
2. Funeral Storm
3. Bound

Last year it was announced that founding member and vocalist/bassist Janto was quitting the band on the best of terms, and that co-founders Jorn and Remi would be searching for a replacement. The replacement chosen turned out to be no stranger to black metal fans when it was revealed that Ask Ty (Kampfar, Krakow) would take on vocal duties. Stay tuned for more info on an upcoming full-length album. More...

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Hades Almighty Recruits New Vocalist

Hades Almighty is back! The band comments about returning with a new front man:

"A lot has been festering in the Hades horde in the last year, and we are now finally able to reveal some details.

"First, we hereby present the mighty Ask Ty as our new musical orator and screamer of blood curling verses. Known as drummer and part time vocalist of bands like Kampfar and Krakow, Ask Ty brings fresh nutrients to the soil of the Horde. We have been working together for the last 6 months, and the harvest has been fruitful.

"Secondly, we hereby announce the first studio release since 2001’s 'The Pulse of Decay.' This will be an EP, titled 'Pyre Era, Black!' which will lead up to the next album released not long after. Both will be released through Dark Essence Records. Prepare for the Dawn of a New Era!" More...

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Hades Almighty Re-Signs To Dark Essence

Although the band’s recorded output has lain virtually dormant since 2004 when Dark Essence Records re-released the 2001 album “The Pulse of Decay,” things are definitely starting to stir in the Hades Almighty recording front.

So much so, in fact, that Dark Essence has renewed its contract and is planning to release a new album from the legendary Norwegians. Further details are forthcoming.

The official video for the track “Submission Equals Suicide” from Hades Almighty’s album “The Pulse of Decay” can be seen below. More...

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Hades Almighty Releases New Video Online

Hades Almighty has released the official video for the track “Submission Equals Suicide” online. The song comes off of the HADES ALMIGHTY album “The Pulse Of Decay.” You can watch the video below. More...

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Hades Almighty To Headline Elements Of Metal Fest

Norwegian black/extreme metallers Hades Almighty have been confirmed to headline the first day of the Elements Of Metal Festival, set to take place December 3-4 in Sandefjord, Norway. Red Harvest will be headlining the second day. Also scheduled to perform at the festival are Guardians of Time, Octavia Sperati, Grand Alchemist, Cutthroat, Lucid Fear, V:28, Harm and Arch Nemesis. More information is available at the festival's web site.

In other news, Hades Almighty will appear on Norwegian national TV, on the program "Metal Blender," on Thursday, November 11 on NRK2.

Hades Almighty have uploaded the video for their song "Submission Equals Suicide" at this location (Quicktime).

"Submission Equals Suicide" comes off the group's recently reissued "forgotten classic," "The Pulse of Decay," now available through Dark Essence Records. The group originally released the album in 2001 through Psycho Bitch Records, the label formed by the band's then-management. That resulted in "no distribution," making it virtually impossible for fans to find the album, according to a posting on the group's web site. Now the CD has been re-released with new cover design, three bonus songs and the "Submission Equals Suicide" video.

Formed in 1992, Hades Almighty are currently working on new material for a tentative early 2005 release.

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