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Latest Vomitron News
Below is our complete Vomitron 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.
Unsigned Massachusetts progressive death metal has posted a seven minute album teaser their MySpace page.
Frozen's current lineup is as follows:
Kenny Benda - Vocals (Beyond the Embrace)
Mike Abdow - Guitars (Tempus Mori)
Jon Morency - Bass
Peter Rutcho - Keyboards (Vomitron, Graveheart, Armory)
Colin Conway - Drums, Vocals (Cannae)
Massachusettes based thrashers, Graveheart, have issued the following update regarding the signing to Screaming Ferret Wreckords and the details of their upcoming album:
"First off, the big news - GH signs to Screaming Ferret Wreckords! We're stoked to finally be working with a label who fully understands what GH is all about. We're excited as fuck to see what the future holds with Screaming Ferret!"
"Now, along with that announcement comes this: Artwork and details revealed for our debut album, Return of the Curse of the Creature's Ghost." More...
Massachusetts instrumental metal project, Vomitron, issues the following update regarding the possible signing to Screaming Ferret Wreckords on his MySpace page:
"Now I know what you're thinking. What the hell kind of record label would sign any musical entity that exists only on a non-corporeal plane? NO ONE. That's who. Which is why you REALLY gotta hand it to Screaming Ferret for even considering Vomitron!"
"But imagine that: distro, art, replication. All will taken care of, you might even be able to go down to your local shop and pick up the CD, which is just crazy." More...
Massachusetts based instrumental metallers, Vomitron, issue the following update on their MySpace page:
"SO! Here we are again, and here you are. I’m drunk as fuck on St. Patty’s day, cuz i just spent the last 5 hours recording more Nintendo shit for this upcoming NES tribute album which is chewing up more time than trying to whack off after having consumed 45 beers and seeing Hillary Clinton nekked. "
"So the bad news:"
"Not including the old Contra version. At this particular juncture the album is lookin like its ALREADY in the 70+ minute range which i REALLY wanted to avoid but can’t cuz i love all these games and can’t imagine this album without any one of them. With it, the CD would be about 85 minutes long. We here on Earth do not have not discovered this technology yet. And frankly the NEW version of Contra is sounding about 400 times better. "
"The Good news: "
"The 2nd half of Ninja Gaiden is done, enjoy. I also included a cover of King Diamond’s 'The Black Horsemen' which me and a pal o mine in DISCREATE rocked out about 4 years back, for your metalling pleasure." More...
In conjunction with Massachusetts based melodic power metal band, Armory, we've posted an exclusive track entitled "Heart Of Dreams" on Metal Underground.com's MySpace page to promote their current album, "The Dawn Of Enlightenment." You can listen to the track exclusively on our MySpace page for the next month - starting today - so head over now and check it out.
Armory creates an epic sound of their own by combining their influences of traditional metal, power metal, and thrash metal. Armory recently recruited local producer/engineer Peter Rutcho of Vomitron and Graveheart on keyboards to solidify their lineup and professionally record their current album.
To hear additional music from Armory, check out their MySpace page here.
Massachusetts based Instrumental metal project, Vomitron, have released their debut album. To hear samples and order a copy goto their Myspace page.
The project started around 2002 with an MP3.com site which contained various instrumental songs including a cover of every theme from the video game Contra. In these recordings the drums were programmed. On the CD some of these songs have been rerecorded with all live drums.