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Below is our complete Gatekeeper 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.

Armstrong Metal Fest Announces First Crop Of Bands

Amstrong Metal Fest has been delivering a high caliber of Western Canadian and international bands with the glorious backdrop of the Rocky Mountains in the Okanagan valley for the last eight years.

Today the organizers of the festival are proud to announce the first eight bands to join the 2017 lineup, taking place on July 14th and 15th at the Hassen Arena in Armstrong, BC. Confirmed for the fest are the following:

Odinfist (Armstrong, BC)
Eye of Horus (Edmonton, AB)
Gatekeeper (Vancouver, BC)
Xul (Vernon, BC)
Tales of The Tomb (Edmonton, AB)
Aggression (Vancouver, BC)
Seraphic Nihilist (Prince George, BC)
Gardener (Vernon, BC) More...

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Metal Blade Releasing "Metal Massacre 14"

In 1982, Metal Blade Records put out its first release: "Metal Massacre," a compilation album that included Metallica, Ratt, and many other influential artists. Now, Metal Blade will be releasing "Metal Massacre 14" on April 8th - and continuing the legacy of the first album - the CD/LP/digital formats will once again contain a sampling of contemporary heavy metal.

To pre-order your copy - and to hear clips of each track - head over to this location. Primordial's Alan Averill, who compiled the track listing, had this to say:

"'Metal Massacre' is an institution that has been dormant for far too long. It served as a vital first step for many bands who are far too numerous to mention back in the early 80s. For fans, it was often the first time engaging with many of these acts, some of whom went on to become household names-- some of course didn't, but the rough and ready underground character of 'Metal Massacre' is what set it apart from other compilations back in the day. More...

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