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Polish blackened death metal outfit Devilish Impressions offers a new lyric video for the song "Adventvs Regis" off the upcoming 12' LP "Adventvs" out February 2015 via Hammerheart Records.
The "Adventvs" EP-CD digipak/Digital Download including bonus 2002 demo "Eritis sicvt Devs" is already out now and available at the band's bandcamp-page.
Check out "Adventvs Regis" below.
Devilish Impressions has posted footage online from the band's "Fear No Gods of the East" 2013 tour. Check out the video below, which features the song "Icaros" from the "Simulacra" album.
Devilish Impressions has been out on an Eastern European trek, and the band has now announced it was involved in a bush crash last Friday. A photo of the accident can be seen below, and the band comments:
“Even though the pic you can see may look pretty shocking, luckily enough it ended up with some rather minor injuries only. Our section suffered the most, with Vraath (bassist) having his nose broken and Icanraz (drums) ending with seven stitches on his mouth. The rest of us, including guys of Little Dead Bertha and Endless Gloom (supporting acts on the Russian leg of the tour) got ourselves bruised here and there."
The gig Devilish Impressions was supposed to play in Ulyanovsk was cancelled. The rest of the tour remains as scheduled:
Apr. 02 – Grodno, BY @ Parlament
Apr. 03 – Minsk, BY @ Re:Public
Apr. 04 – Kyiv, UA @ Prime
Apr. 05 – Odessa, UA @ Ogni
Apr. 06 – Vinnitsa, UA @ Infrakon
Apr. 07 – Chernivtsi, UA @ Dolce Club More...
Polish black/death metallers Devilish Impressions are headlining the "Fear No Gods Of The East Tour 2013," which will roll over the Baltic States (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia plus Kaliningrad), Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. The band has now checked in with the following road report:
"Hell(o) there! The war is on, tanks sent on the road! So far the gig in Kaliningrad was the tour’s highlight with extremely warm welcome of both fans and the show’s promoters. On the other hand, yesterday in Alytus we’ve played the smallest show ever. Luckily enough there were Kopernik, Krzychu and Artyom – our road crew - who filled in the audience’s gap the way it felt we did something truly special despite the circumstances. Thank you very much bros! And massive hails to each and every single one of you who showed up to support Devilish Impressions!"
The latest Devilish Impressions CD, “Simulacra,” was released in July 2012 via Lifeforce Records. Upcoming live shows include: More...
Polish symphonic black metal act Devilish Impressions is streaming the new track "Icaros." The song appears on the band's third album "Simulacra." The album was originally released in Europe in March (through Icaros Records), but will now be released worldwide through Lifeforce Records on July 30, 2012.
The track listing for "Simulacra" is as follows:
2. Legion of Chaos
4. Fear No Gods!
5. The Scream of the Lambs
6. Spiritual Blackout
7. Vi Veri Vniversum Vivus Vici
8. The Last Farewell
Check out "Icaros" here:
Lifeforce Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Devilish Impressions:
"We at Lifeforce Records are extremely excited to welcome Polish blackened death metal act Devilish Impression to the family. It was very easy to convince us with their qualities as musicians and as extremely professional and hard working people! The band's Lifeforce Records debut and third album 'Simulacra' will be released July 30th in Europe and July 31st in North America.
"Despite having only two albums under their belt Devilish Impressions quickly managed to put their name out there. Critically acclaimed records and intense touring along with some of the biggest names onto the metal scene made them one of the most promising acts on the European map of extreme music. After a row of personal problems that eventually caused several line-up changes and temporary stage absence, the band strikes back with the brand new opus called 'Simulacra' and is now ready to take the scene by storm again.
"Simulacra is the 3rd full-length by Devilish Impressions, considered as one of Poland’s leading and most innovative modern black / death metal acts. Wrapped in breath-taking artwork created by Xaay, the album also features guest appearances of Orion (Behemoth, Vasania), Jacek Grecki (Lost Soul) and Roman Berežnicki (Lecter) as well as session synth / samples / fx appearance by Flumen (Asgaard) and Lestath." More...
Polish black metal band Devilish Impressions has issued the following update regarding their new lineup:
"It's been quite a while since we've posted some news down here... Wonder why?... Simply because there wasn't really much to write about. Over the last year the band had been going through some shitty things such as tours' cancellations as well as subsequent line-up changes. It's time to announce now not only Cultus but also Turquoissa is no longer a part of Devilish Impressions. It has to be said, her commitment to the band's crusade was never a question yet for certain reasons it just wouldn't have worked that way any longer. Handling the bass duties was given to VRAATH while the synthesizers will be taken over by Quazarre in co-operation with other artists... Present line-up as follow: Quazarre - vocals/guitar/synth, Armers - guitar, Vraath - bass, Icanraz - drums." More...
After successful European tour alongside BEHEMOTH, appearance at Wacken Road Show alongside OVERKILL, SAMAEL, ENSLAVED & TRISTANIA as well as UK / Scotland / Ireland tour with DISMEMBER, the band will be soon heading for their first tour ever in Poland ('Rebel Angels Tour') followed by an exclusive gig in Kiev with SATYRICON on the 18th of May. DEVILISH IMPRESSIONS will held main support slot while the gig will be opened by Nokturnal Mortum.
Devilish Impressions has been touring in support of their latest album, "Diabolicanos Act III: Armageddon."
Hate has announced the following tour dates and festival appearances, including a Russian tour with Sinful, Act of God, and Little Dead Bertha, and a Polish tour with Crionics, Naumachia, and Devilish Impressions. Tour and festival dates follow:
METAL SPIRIT RESURRECTION TOUR 2008 (Russia)
Featuring HATE, Sinful, Act of God, and Little Dead Bertha
21.04 St. Petersburg
25.04 Rostov by Don
REBEL ANGELS TOUR III (Poland)
Featuring HATE, Crionics, Naumachia, and Devilish Impressions More...
MARDUK and DEVILISH IMPRESSIONS have announced "Sword In The East Tour 2007" dates. At Moscow's show Devilish Impressions will play with MARDUK, DARK FUNERAL and BELPHEGOR.
The MARDUK, DEVILISH IMPRESSIONS tour dates are as follows:
04.04.07 - Minsk (Belarus) "Arena"
05.04.07 - Kiev (Ukraine) "DK Svjatoshin"
08.04.07 - St-Petersburg (Russia) "Orlandina"
10.04.07 - Krasnodar (Russia) "Orbita"
11.04.07 - Rostov-on-Don (Russia) "Podzemka"
13.04.07 - Rjazan (Russia) "Planetary"
14.04.07 - Moscow (Russia) "Tochka" * with MARDUK, DARK FUNERAL, BELPHEGOR
"We've previously informed that on that tour we will be supported by S.Winter on drums (Aeternus; ex-Gehenna, ex-Forlorn) but due to unpredictable circumstances, namely visas problem, we've had to change the line-up again. It is official now that the drums will be taken over by Cloud of Polish technical death metal bands - Sceptic and Thy Disease" (Quazarre)
Devilish Impressions finally got their page on myspace.com, which you can check out here.
Conquer Records has announced the recent signing of Polish avant-garde black/death metal act DEVILISH IMPRESSIONS. The group's latest effort, "Plurima Mortis Imago", will hit the streets at the end of September "and will prove that not everything has been done in this genre yet!!!" according to a press release.
"Plurima Mortis Imago" track listing:
02. Rebellion of Will Manifesto
03. Visions of Kingdom to Come…
04. Dracula's Mechanized Universe
05. Funeral of God
06. Alpha & Omega Spaces
07. Crowned to be Crucified
08. Smell of Death
Check out some tracks from the upcoming album at the band's web site.