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Sweden's Inevitable End has issued the following announcement about parting ways with the band's bassist:
"Remember we said earlier that we had some stuff to reveal for you all? Well, we are going to start doing that now...
"A couple of months ago Ylen decided it was time for him to leave the band due to a lack of time. He has put a lot of effort into this band through the years and has almost been the sole driver wherever we would go. So it felt very weird after the last show that we did before Christmas, that he would no longer be apart of this band.
"We wish him all the best, we are still good friends and we still have a lot of beers and bad jokes to share with him.
"However, we got a prospect for the succession already, but we will reveal more about him tomorrow. So come back tomorrow if you are curious!" More...
Digital download store Metalhit.com has launched its second monthly compilation to be available for free download worldwide. Owner, Mike Riddick, comments:
“What’s unique about these monthly compilations is that they feature as-of-yet unreleased tracks from metal bands spanning a variety of genres. Metalheads want to be ‘in the know’ on the latest titles, and what better way to do this than to offer up legal downloads of the latest from metal’s greatest labels...days-to-weeks before their official release!”
Metalhit’s second compilation includes 11 downloadable tracks from Acephalix, Autopsy, Inevitable End, Indestructible Noise Command, Vreid, Amorphis, Tyr, Gamma Ray, Bleeding Fist, Flame and Gallhammer. The compilation can be downloaded at this location. A new set of unreleased free songs will be be made available in mid-June.
Visitors to Metalhit’s site may also enter to win a free copy of Autopsy's latest CD, “Macabre Eternal,” courtesy of Peaceville Records.
Inevitable End is set to release the new album "The Oculus" through Relapse Records on May 24th, 2011. In anticipation of the upcoming new album, Inevitable End has teamed up with Noisecreep.com to stream a new song online titled "Zen." Head over to this location to check out the track.
You can also check out a studio video report for "The Oculus" by heading over to this location.
Progressive death metal act Inevitable End has posted new studio footage online. The footage was captured during the band's time in the studio recording its second full length release, titled "The Oculus." "The Oculus" is to be issued through Relapse Records on May 24, 2011.
Sweden’s Inevitable End has posted the first preview track “Memento” off the forthcoming album "The Oculus" online now via the band’s Facebook page. "The Oculus" was recorded at HoBoRec Studio in Huskvarna, Sweden with producer Ulf Blomberg and is set for a May 24th North American release date. The cover artwork can also be viewed below.
The Oculus, the follow-up album to 2009’s "The Severed Inception," will be available on CD and digitally. The album’s complete track listing is as follows: “Tell Us, Parasites,” “Escaping The Black Hole,” “Zen,” “Dogmaties Paralies,” “The Supreme Treachery,” “The Oculus,” “While Surpassing Ether,” “Vergelmer,” “Chamber of Apathy,” “Memento,” “Me Tem Psy Cho Sis,” “Cadaver Inc,” and “Of Sublime Dimensions.”
Sweden's Inevitable End has posted a second studio report online from the band's time recording the new album "The Oculus" at HoBoRec Studio. The video clip can be viewed below.
Swedish progressive death metal act Inevitable End has posted new studio footage online. The footage was captured during the band's time in the studio recording its second full length release, titled "The Oculus." "The Oculus" is to be issued through Relapse Records.
Sweden’s INEVITABLE END has completed work on their second full-length album entitled "The Oculus." INEVITABLE END recorded "The Oculus" at HoBoRec Studio in Huskvarna, Sweden with producer Ulf Blomberg. Song titles from the album include “Tell Us, Parasites,” “Dogmaties Paralies,” “While Surpassing Ether,” “Chamber of Apathy,” and “Cadaver Inc.” The follow-up to 2009’s "The Severed Inception" is expected to see an early 2011 release date.
INEVTIABLE END vocalist Andreas Gerden comments on the new album, “It's been great working with the new material and we're really satisfied with the sound Ulf has given it, it feels massive and maybe even more intense than our debut at points. We've allowed ourselves to experiment quite a bit this time around and combined a lot of different elements ranging from post-metal and doom to grindcore, and also mixing in some new, exciting instruments into our sound.”
INEVITABLE END has also confirmed the following shows:
11/05 - Boras, Sweden - Puls - w/ Evocation, As You Drown
11/12 - Gothenberg, Sweden - Sticky Fingers - w/ Moloken, Shiftlight
12/11 - Julslakten, Sweden - Kulturens Hus - w/ October Tide, Death Maze, Murdermarket
Sweden's Inevitable End are currently streaming their entire new album "The Severed Inception" online. The album can be heard at this location.
Sweden's Inevitable End have posted a third preview track from their forthcoming Relapse debut "The Severed Inception." The new track, "Embracing The Origin," can be heard online now via the band's MySpace page along with title-track "The Severed Inception" and "Dreamsight Synopsis". The Severed Inception will see its North American release date on March 17th (March 23rd internationally).
Sweden's Inevitable End has issued the following statement about an upcoming Friday the 13th one off show:
"Friday the 13th we are entering the stage at Ungdomshuset Allé in Kungsbacka
"We will tear this place down together with the fine acts Science Of Demice, As You Drown, and December
"A night to remember! Meet up and mosh!"
Sweden's INEVITABLE END have completed work on their forthcoming Relapse debut, "The Severed Inception." The band has also posted a new preview track from the album, title track "The Severed Inception," online now via the INEVITABLE END MySpace player
"The Severed Inception" follows-up INEVITABLE END's two self-released EP's and is set for a March 23rd international release. The Severed Inception's complete track listing is as follows: "The Severed Inception," "Dreamsight Synopsis," "Embracing The Origin," "Persevering Incitement," "Collapse In Reverse," "Distorted," "Firstborn Of All Dead," "Apprentice Luminous Acquaintance," and "The Art Of Corruption." Further album release information will be announced shortly.
Relapse Records has announced the signing of Sweden's INEVITABLE END. INEVITABLE END is currently working on their debut full-length after two previously self-released EPs.
INEVITABLE END vocalist Andreas Gerdén commented on the signing and forthcoming album: "We are thrilled to finally announce that we've signed a deal with Relapse Records. To be a part of their roster is an honor, and a perfect match for us. The label holds many great bands within the extreme music genre that we enjoy, so we feel confident that the cooperation with Relapse Records will help bring the band to a totally new level. And just to let you all know, we are done recording our debut album and hope for a release in the not too distant future. We look ahead with great enthusiasm and look forward to hopefully meet you all at a gig or two sometime soon!"
Additionally, INEVITABLE END has posted a preview track, "Dreamsight Synopsis", from their upcoming Relapse debut online now at the band's MySpace page.
Swedish metal band SONIC SYNDICATE recently announced the replacement of now former drummer Kristoffer BŠcklund, announces guitarist and songwriter Roger Sjunnesson, "It's my sad news to report that SONIC SYNDICATE will be parting ways with our drummer and brother Kristoffer BŠcklund. This decision was very hard to make, ultimately came about due to lack of enthusiasm and motivation on his side. We came to the conclusion that if we were to continue Sonic Syndicate as a professional band, we had to let him go. The band and Kristoffer are still the best of friends, and the former drummer will always be a huge part of SONIC SYNDICATE's spirit. Kristoffer would like to thank all the fans for a "motherfuckin' great time" and he wishes the band the best of luck in the future. The new drummer is no one less than John "Runken" Bengtsson (D¯DZ). He is an old schoolmate of ours and one of the best musicians we have worked with, and his playing so far has been beyond our expectations. We all want to give him a warm welcome and hope he will enjoy playing in Sonic Syndicate."
SONIC SYNDICATE has also confirmed an additional off-date gigs from the Sweden United Tour with AVATAR and INEVITABLE END.
Feb 11 - Falkenberg @ Smedjan*
Feb 17 - Halmstad @ Rockstugan*_
Feb 24 - TrollhŠttan @ Magasin 15*_
Feb 25 - Varberg @ Musikenshus* (w/ INNOCENT ROSIE)
*(w/ AVATAR and INEVITABLE END)
SONIC SYNDICATE's debut album, "EDEN FIRE" was recorded at StudioMega (THE CROWN, BESEECH) with producers Christian Silver and Manne Engstršm and released on September 13, 2005 through Florida based record label Pivotal Rockordings. You can view the E-CARD for "Eden Fire" here.
SONIC SYNDICATE have announced that they will be joining forces Swedish Metal artists AVATAR, and INEVITABLE END for The Sweden United – Metal Tour 2006. The dates on the tour include gigs in many of Sweden’s major cities as well as other towns the bands have not
played in before. Commented SONIC SYNDICATE guitarist Roger Sjunnesson, “We will do a mini tour together with the great bands INEVITABLE END and AVATAR, under the name Sweden United - Metal Tour 2006. Most of the dates are now confirmed and more dates will be announced in the coming weeks. The Tour will take off in Gothenburg 28 January on the very well known place Meeths unga Salonger. We're all very happy to be on tour and it will surly be a blast!”
The following are the confirmed dates for the Sweden United – Metal Tour 2006. More will be confirmed in the near future.
Sweden United - Metal Tour 2006
Jan 28 – Göteborg, Meeths
Feb 04 – Alingsås, Fabriken
Feb 11 - Falkenberg Smedjan
Feb 17 – Halmstad, Rockstugan
Feb 24 - Trollhättan, Magasin 15
Feb 25 – Varberg, Musikenshus
Other Confirmed Sonic Syndicate Shows
Feb 03 - Stockholm Tantogården (w/Dismember, CD Release Party Show)
Feb 08 - Göteborg Sticky Fingers (w/ Sovereign)
SONIC SYNDICATE will be entering StudioMega (THE CROWN, BEESECH) next week to begin pre-production for their follow up to “Eden Fire”, which was released on September 15, 2005 through Pivotal Rockordings.
Vocalist Richard Sjunnesson has recently posted an update on Sonic Syndicate's Oficial Website:
"We are also working very hard on new material for a follow up to “Eden Fire” and we have about five new songs finished that will surely tear you a new asshole while exposed. Roger is generating more songs at the moment than a rabid bunny can produce foam at the mouth with rage. But fear not, even if he works fast, it’s not something robotically forced bullshit he spews out…no no: it’s fucking quality and by far the best shit he ever came up. I’m at the moment busy writing new mind busting lyrics for the fellows and we are all looking forward to visit the studio and get some immortalizing going in a near future."
You can read the full update on the band's site here.
Sonic Syndicate has also updated their tour agenda with several new gigs, including a mini-tour featuring Avatar and Inevitable End.
Sonic Syndicate upcomming gigs: More...
Veni Domine (progressive doom metal from Sweden), Renascent (heavy thrash/death from Finland), Inevitable End (crunchy thrash from Sweden), Grace Will Fall (hardcore/metalcore from Sweden) and Virgin Forest are the first five bands confirmed for Europe's biggest Christian metal festival, Bobfest 2005, set to be held March 11-13 in Linköping, Sweden. Speakers this year will be Metal Pastor Bob Beeman (Sanctuary International) and Christian Kastö from Borås, Sweden. This edition of Bobfest will also be the last one. More information is available at www.bobfest.org.