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Below is our complete Necrodemon 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.

Open Grave Signs US Distro Deal w/ Oarfin

Open Grave Records has announced that they have inked an exclusive US distribution deal with OarFin Distribution. OarFin Distribution is a National Distributor that deals with national and independent music store chains as well as online retailers, as well as other distributors and key independent stores.

Owner of Open Grave Records, James Mattern is quoted saying, “Everyone at Open Grave Records is really pleased about this partnership with OarFin. With this deal in place we will be better able to get our products into the hands of the fans. This will also give every artist that is a part of Open Grave Records the opportunity to grow”.

The first releases that are being made available nationwide will:

Downlord – Random Dictionary of the Damned
Atrocity - Contaminated
Necrodemon – Ice Fields of Hyperion
End of Destiny – The Thoughtless Existence
The Everscathed – Razors of Unrest

These titled will hit stores on January 30th 2007.

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Necrodemon Streams Entire Album Online

Open Grave Records' band Necrodemon is currently streaming their upcoming full-length album "Ice Fields of the Hyperion" on opengraverecords.com. Necrodemon's "Ice Fields of the Hyperion" is currently avaible for pre-order on opengraverecords.com and it will be officially released on September 26th, 2006.

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Open Grave To Reissue First Two Necrodemon Albums

Open Grave Records is pleased to announce the reissue of the first two Necrodemon albums’, “Haunted Eons” and “Allegiance to the End.” The first reissue to be, “Allegiance to the End” in the summer of 2006. “Haunted Eons,” will follow up and be released with a bonus EP in the late fall.

Necrodemon began in late 1998 from the ashes of Lordes Werre. 1999's "Deadly Demo" to 2003's "Allegiance to the End", the band has grown and become a force to be reckoned with. Chuck Feldman (who was technically the original drummer for Necrodemon in 1998) joined again in early 2001 along with others to complete the next generation of Necrodemon. Many shows and underground appearances followed 2003's release of "Allegiance to the End". This album was and still is a landmark for Necrodemon.

Although they have honed in a bit, Necrodemon does not fall under one style. They do Death Metal, Black Metal, Speed Metal, and Thrash. The vocals are very diverse as well. Lyrically, Necrodemon covers a lot of ground. No style is their style. Influences range from old 80's thrash and metal to today's brutality and atmosphere.

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