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Camden's Underworld venue has hosted some great performances from many of the old school thrash and death metal legends. Death Angel would be no exception.
The first band to hit the stage was Austria's Demolition. The band demonstrated some really good sounds in the vein of older death metal acts and were quite possibly the heaviest band of the night. Whilst they were good at what they did, they received only a limited reaction from the audience, which was a shame because they were pouring their heart and soul into the set. Demolition was a good live band that restores your faith that there is "real" death metal still going. More...
The Danish metal act will be direct support for legendary Bay Area thrashers Death Angel on their European tour in April 2008 and will use the opportunity to present you their new album “Architect Of Lies” live.
Tour dates with Death Angel, Demolition and Extrema are as follows:
Apr. 02 Utrecht, NL - Tivoli
Apr. 03 Osnabrück, D - N8
Apr. 04 Rotterdam, NL - Baroeg
Apr. 05 Eindhoven, NL - Dynamo Club
Apr. 06 Vosselaar, B- Biebob
Apr. 07 Lindau, D - Vaudeville
Apr. 09 Budapestm HUN - A38 Ship
Apr. 10 Wien, AT - Planet
Apr. 11 Pratteln, CH - Z7
Apr. 12 Piacenza, IT - Fillmore
Apr. 13 Rome, IT - Alpheus
Apr. 15 London, UK - The Underworld
Apr. 16 Nottingham, UK - Junction 7
Apr. 17 Glasgow, UK - Ivory Blacks
Apr. 18 Wolverhampton, UK - Civic
Apr. 19 Essen, D - Turock
Apr. 20 Leipzig, D - Hellraiser
Apr. 23 Hamburg, D - Markthalle
Apr. 24 Berlin, D - K17
Apr. 25 Adelsheim, D - Livefactory More...
Austrian thrashers DEMOLITION will release their fourth album, "Relict IV", on January 25, 2008 via Twilight Zone Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Existence" will feature the following track listing:
01. Relict IV
03. Splattered Innocence
04. The Fortress
05. Over Nails
07. Deconstructed World
08. I Am Terror
09. Holy Hostage
10. Coroner´s Inquest
11. I Deny
Thomas Pippersteiner (guitars)
Janos Murri (guitars)
Hans-Peter Rapp (bass)
Tom Kräutner (drums)
ANGER AS ART, the Los Angeles-based thrash metal band featuring Steve Gaines (ABATTOIR, BLOODLUST, PAGAN WAR MACHINE, DREAMS OF DAMNATION), entered CT Audio in L.A. last week to start recording the follow-up to their self-titled album. Entitled "Callous and Furor", the CD is tentatively scheduled for release in August via Old School Metal Records.
Commented Gaines: "The most important part of recording metal is starting with great drumming. It is the foundation on which the house stands. Mars [Castro; DEMOLITION, COFFIN TEXTS] came in and worked his ass off and laid down some of the most monstrous metal tracks ever recorded. Those who have seen him play, or heard his work with COFFIN TEXTS know exactly what to expect. Youll get that, and more. His footwork and explosive snare drum are right on the money. He was so well prepared that we finished drum tracks ahead of schedule, and started working on Javiers bass. He is about half done as well, and his playing and tones are thunderous. The album will consist of 13 songs. If you like thrash, you'll love this."
Upcoming ANGER AS ART shows:
Apr. 01 - Zen Sushi – Silverlake, CA (w/ IMPALER, DEKAPITATOR)
Jun. 17 - The Pound - San Francisco, CA (w/ POTENTIAL THREAT, KAOS)
More dates are being scheduled for early summer.
Norway’s SUSPERIA have announced details of a high profile European tour in May. The band have been confirmed as the main support act for bay area thrash legends TESTAMENT on their upcoming European 'Reunion Tour'. Also appearing on the tour will be DIVINE EMPIRE from the US and DEMOLITION from Austria.
Susperia recently completed a video for the album track ‘Devil May Care’ from their third full-length album, Unlimited. It features highlights from the group's recent and most successful tour of Europe, including footage from their performance at 2004's Inferno Festival.