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Latest Trauma News
Below is our complete Trauma 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.
Polish death metal group Trauma is streaming "Escape Into the Shadows" online today - listen in below, courtesy of the awesome folks at MetalRecusants.com.
The track is taken from the album "Invisible Reality + Promo 1991." which is being released via Deformeathing Productions tomorrow. If you like what you hear, you can pick up your copy at this location.
"Invisible Reality + Promo 1991" is a special deluxe CD and includes a 16 page booklet with liner notes written by guitarist Jaroslaw "Mister" Misterkiewicz. More...
Deformeathing Productions is pleased to announce the release of a deluxe version of "Invisible Reality" by Polish death metal legends Trauma on July 8th, 2016.
This special deluxe CD version will include a 16 page booklet with liner notes written by guitarist Jaroslaw "Mister" Misterkiewicz. Also included on the CD is the band's previously unreleased "Promo 1991" demo and a new cover produced by Archard Studios. The track listing is:
02. The Dawn - No Way Out
03. Hidden Instinctsk
04. Human Race
05. No Hope
06. Escape Into The Shadows
07. Beerguys (bonus track)
09. The Dawn
10. No Way Out
11. Hidden Instincts
12. Human Race
13. No Hope
14. Escape Into The Shadows More...
Polish death metal band Trauma revealed the title and track listing for forthcoming seventh full length studio release. The album will be entitled "Karma Obscura" and will be released through Witching Hour Productions. That LP was recorded at Hertz Studio (Vader, Behemoth) in Bialystok, Poland in June/July 2011. The band will be working on mixing and mastering the album in the coming months. The Cover art will be designed by Mentalporn (Deathstars, Behemoth). No release date has yet been announced.
The track list for "Karma Obscura" is as follows:
2. Reneval Through Collapse
3. After Death
4. The Nightmare Of Your God
5. Veil Of Obliteration
7. Spiral Of Extinction
8. The Edge Of Depravity
9. The Awakening
Jordanian dark Oriental metal band BILOCATE is confirmed to perform in the upcoming DevilStone Open air Festival 2009 in Anykšciai, Lithuania which will take place on July 17th to 19th. This will be BILOCATE's first appearance in Europe alongside SEPULTURA, KEEP OF KALESSIN, CROCELL, SINISTER and many others.
The full line up of 20 bands confirmed is as follows:
SEPULTURA [Brazil, groovy thrash metal]
KEEP OF KALESSIN [Norway, modern black metal]
SINISTER [Netherlands, technical death metal]
CODE [England/Norway, nostalgic black metal]
TRAUMA [Poland, death metal]
ZAS [Lithuania, sociopolitical metal/rock]
BILOCATE [Jordan, atmospheric oriental death metal]
LEPROUS [Norway, challenging progressive metal]
AZARATH [Poland, straightforward death metal]
FRAILTY [Latvia, doom/death metal]
OBTEST [Lithuania, expressive pagan metal]
NAHASH [Lithuania, occult black metal]
THE PROWLERS [Italy, progressive power/heavy metal]
DIABOLICAL [Sweden, catchy death/thrash metal]
SAPLES [Lithuania, old school death metal]
CROCELL [Denmark, aggressive death/thrash metal]
STRANGER AEONS [Lithuania, progressive metal/rock]
HEAVEN GREY [Latvia, atmospheric doom/death metal]
LUCTUS [Lithuania, thrashing black metal]
+ Special Guest [TBA]
For more information on the festival, visit devilstone.net.
You can check out Polish death metallers TRAUMA covering FEAR FACTORY's "Demanufacture," off their Hamartia MCD, online here.
Massive Music has officially announced Polish dates and support acts of Vader's Blitzkrieg Tour 4. The band will be teaming up with sympho-black metal Vesania (Napalm Records), death metal bands Trauma (Unique Leader) and Azarath (Pagan Records). The tour schedule contains the following 11 gigs in Poland:
Sept. 17 Warszawa - Proxima
Sept. 18 Lublin - Graffiti
Sept. 19 Rzeszów - Akademia
Sept. 20 Kraków - Rotunda
Sept. 21 Katowice - Mega Club
Sept. 22 Opole - MOK
Sept. 23 Wroclaw - Madness
Sept. 24 Lódz - Dekompresja
Sept. 25 Szczecin - Slowianin
Sept. 26 Gdansk - Parlament
Sept. 27 Torun - Od Nowa