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Martriden

From: Harlowton, MT, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Martriden News

Below is our complete Martriden 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.

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Pit Stories: Why Earplugs Are A Bad Idea

Every week we catch up with band members and metal fans to get their best stories from live shows. While the pit is usually where most of the action is, heading outside for a break can come with many dangers all on its own, as Kevin George from Martriden and At Home In Hell recently learned. Kevin shared the following tale of unexpectedly entering a fight while seeing a show with his girlfriend:

Katelynn and I were out at the Odyssey show, decided to go outside because Hooves (the opening band) were actually too loud, even for me. Next door, In This Moment were playing, so there were a lot of confused-with-life individuals hanging around outside.

We were standing there for the time being, trying to decide whether to go get earplugs or not, when we realized that 8 ft away from us was not just some overly excited girls...but one was just thoroughly giving the other a verbal lashing like no other. Some shit about "how dare you tell everyone I work on Sprague" came up...for the uninformed, she got called a hooker.

After about a minute of this belligerent retardfest, the angry one hits the other girl in the face pretty good-like. She then grumbles some other incomprehensible bullshit and cocks her fist back again. The other girl...the receiver, if you will...runs between Katelynn and I, tucks he head between us and cries the most feebly pussified "help me" that a little emo girl who couldn't get in to see In This Moment ever could. It was pretty pitiful, actually.
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Throne Of Malediction Posts New Track Online

Throne of Malediction has released a new song online for streaming title "Everythings Going Cold." The track features Tamara Picardo from Upon Shadows on keyboards and Kevin George from Martriden on bass too.

You can check out the song via the band's Reverbnation page or through the widget available below. Throne of Malediction's previously posted track "Not Meant For Me" is also available at this location. More...

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Throne Of Malediction Streaming New Song

Montana metal act Throne of Malediction has posted a new track online for streaming. Check out the song "Not Meant For Me," which features a guest spot by bassist Kevin George of Martriden, either in the player below or through the Throne of Malediction Reverbnation page here. You can also check out the band's previously posted track "Syncretism VI" at this location. More...

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Throne Of Malediction Streaming New Track

After previously uploading the new songs "Born of Innocence" and "Descending" online, Montana's Throne of Malediction has now posted another new track for streaming.

You can check out the pre-mastered version of the new track "A Burden of Ages" in the player below. "A Burden of Ages" also features a guest spot from bassist Kevin George of Martriden.


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Martriden Writing New Material

Blackened death metal act Martriden has checked in with the following announcement about writing new material and gearing up to enter the studio:

"Open the Gates! Hey folks we're looking for some help getting out there and touring! We are considering going back to labels, also looking for booking/management!

"Help get the word out! We have new material already written and are almost ready to go into the studio! Prepare for a fat slab of Prime Grade Epic Metal!"

Martriden was also covered in an entry of Metalunderground's "Unearthing the Metal Underground" column, which can be found at this location.

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Martriden Streaming Song From New Album

Blackened death metal act Martriden has issued the following brief update about streaming another song online from the band's latest album: "Hey folks! Take the time to check out the newly uploaded song, 'Human Error?' on our MySpace player! Sure to satiate even the most brutal in everyone!" The track "Human Error?" is off the band's "Encounter the Monolith" album."

You can also catch Martriden live at the following upcoming show:

8/28 2010 Crabtree Brewery Greeley, Colorado

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Martriden Streaming New Song Online

Montana blackened death metallers Martriden are currently streaming the title track off their upcoming album "Encounter The Monolith" via their MySpace page. The band also issued the following statement:

"Hey Folks! Things have been eventful in the Martriden camp! Aside from various Madden tournaments, we launched a new website in honor of our new album release. Tonight we have finalized the layout for the CD and it should be available for order and download very soon. We hope you are as pleased with the new release as we are. This release is totally independent.. we recorded ourselves, layed out the CD, released it, and even our own Shane Howard painted the artwork. Give us some feedback on how you like the new website/recording/artwork or whatever. I feel the new year shall bring great things, we hope it is a great one for you all!"

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Unearthing the Metal Underground In Montana 3

Each week with Unearthing the Metal Underground we highlight a new group of bands that aren’t signed to a major label and are making a name for themselves in the underground. This week I’ll be delving into three Montana bands on opposite ends of the spectrum, ranging from death metal to thrash to groove. More...

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Martriden Issues Recording Update

Montana based metal band Martriden has issued the following update about releasing a new album:

"Martriden is now independent! We are no longer affiliated with SOAR or Candlelight and are proud to announce that tracking of our new CD, ‘Encounter the Monolith’ is complete. Dave Otero of Flatline Audio is currently mixing/mastering. We are quite pleased with our progress and feel this is our best work to date. We have extremely high personal standards and know you all will be pleased as well. Watch our blog for announcements regarding the CD launch and be sure to become a Martriden fan on Facebook too!"

The track listing for the album will be as follows:

1. The Three Metamorphoses
2. Heywood R. Floyd
3. Discovery
4. Human Error?
5. Encounter The Monolith
6. Death and Transfiguration

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Martriden Reveals New Album Tracklisting

Montana based metal band Martriden has issued the following update about releasing a new album:

"Well folks, we are currently on the finishing touches of our recording session before we go to work with our good friend Dave Otero at Flatline Audio for mixing and mastering next week. The album consists of 6 songs and an approximate running time about 50 minutes. Tracklist is as follows:

1. The Three Metamorphoses
2. Heywood R. Floyd
3. Discovery
4. Human Error?
5. Encounter The Monolith
6. Death and Transfiguration

"We are very excited about this album, we feel it contains some of the most brutal, epic and perhaps most importantly..the most interesting bits of music we've put together. We are confident that it is the best collection of songs we've composed!

"Keep your eyes peeled for the albums availability!"

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Martriden Seeks Help Booking Tour

Montana's black/death/doom rockers Martriden are hitting the road all Summer in support of their Candlelight Records full-length. "The Unsettling Dark." Joining them on their metal mission will be Colorado's Alabaster Morgue.

With many shows booked/confirmed now, there are still a ton of open dates the band is available for shows. The band is booking all shows themselves and are open to ideas if you want them to play your town. Get in touch with Earsplit or contact the band directly: kyle@martriden.com.

Here are the latest Martriden tour dates with Alabaster Morgue: More...

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Martriden Post New Song, "The Calling," Online

A new track entitled "The Calling" from Montana-based blackened death metal MARTRIDEN's new album, "The Unsettling Dark," has been posted on Candlelight's MySpace page.

As previously reported, "The Unsettling Dark" will be released in Europe on March 3, 2008 via Siege of Amida/Candlelight Records. The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Introduction
02. The Enigma of Fate
03. The Calling
04. Ascension Pt. 1
05. Ascension Pt. 2
06. Processional for The Hellfire Chariot
07. The Unsettling Dark
08. Prelude
09. A Season in Hell
10. Immaculate Perception

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Martriden Post Debut Album Samples Online

Montana-based blackened death metal group MARTRIDEN has posted two songs from its forthcoming full-length debut, "The Unsettling Dark", on the group's MySpace page.

"The Unsettling Dark" will be released in Europe on March 3, 2008 via Siege of Amida/Candlelight Records. The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Introduction
02. The Enigma of Fate
03. The Calling
04. Ascension Pt. 1
05. Ascension Pt. 2
06. Processional for The Hellfire Chariot
07. The Unsettling Dark
08. Prelude
09. A Season in Hell
10. Immaculate Perception More...

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