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Below is our complete Nunslaughter 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.
Hells Headbangers has announced July 23rd as the international release date for Nunslaughter's "The Devils Congeries Vol. 1." The following press release was issued about the collection:
"At long last, Hells Headbangers opens the vaults and collects a whopping thirteen Nunslaughter 7" EPs to answer the black prayers of the band's rabid, diehard fanbase! Entitled The Devils Congeries Vol. 1, this 2-CD set is the first of many exhaustive collections that will compile every single short-length Nunslaughter vinyl release - a band whose discography is bested number-wise only by Japan's Sabbat and Belgium’s Agathocles.
"Nunslaughter's best work is considered by many to be their 7" EPs, and The Devils Congeries Vol. 1 displays the band's trademark Devil Metal in all its diabolical 'n' dirty glory, collecting EPs and splits from the late '90s and early 2000s, and capped off by their classic Killed By The Cross 7" debut. Short, sharp shocks are the order of the day here, with 29 studio tracks across disc 1 and the majority of the Hell On... live series on disc 2, thereby making this the definitive studio vs. live Nunslaughter statement. Topped off by an elaborate booklet archiving each EP’s cover artwork and record pressing information, The Devils Congeries Vol. 1 is mandatory metal worship!" More...
The ninth annual edition of the Maryland Deathfest has grown into a four day affair, spanning Thursday night, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. Despite a last minute scare with Sonar possibly closing down, the even took place at Sonar, with the outdoor stages at either end of a closed off Saratoga Street.
This year, Metalunderground.com writer Emily Hingle (aka Buick McKane) was on hand for the entire festival (you can read her reports from day 1 and day 2) and Doug Gibson (aka deathbringer) was present on Saturday.
After an adventurous drive around the venue a few times trying to figure out how to reach the parking lot with Saratoga Street closed off, I finally arrived in time to see Creative Waste’s set. Sonar is a dark venue at any time, but entering from the afternoon sunlight, it seemed pitch black and took a few minutes to adjust.
Creative Waste took the stage and their sound was painfully loud. And they’re only a three-piece band, with a vocalist, guitarist and drummer - no bassist. The Saudi band described themselves as grindcore, but sounded more like a very hardcore influenced brand of metal. The music wasn’t my thing and the excessive volume that was not pleasant even with ear plugs sealed the deal for me.
Mammoth Grinder took the stage next, and I didn’t recognize them at first. The first few songs sounded a bit thin and reminded me of Prong, who while I enjoy, always had a weaker sound as a 3-piece. A few songs into their set, things got heavier and thrashier, evoking thoughts of Slayer. Then I recognized them as the band I saw at SXSW earlier this year. The remainder of their set was fast and heavy and made Mammoth Grinder the best band I witnessed on the inside stage that day. More...
The Maryland Deathfest organizers report that "Sonar will be re-opening before MDF, and technically they already have."
As previously reported, the venue of the Maryland Deathfest was up in the air when Baltimore's Sonar nightclub failed to renew their liquor license and closed its doors.
The organizers futher commented: "These last couple of days have been incredibly confusing and stressful, but we are currently back to the regularly scheduled program. And don't worry, beyond plan B is a plan C, because that's how we roll. See you in a couple of weeks."
As such, the set times that were previously announced should now hold.
Here's the updated flier: More...
The ninth annual Maryland Deathfest has announced the final lineup and set times for the event. However, not long after announcing these details came word that the Baltimore venue, Sonar, unexpectedly closed its doors today. The festival organizers claim to have a backup plan that should involve little to no inconvenience to ticket holders (even those coming from out of town) and will be releasng more details soon.
Until then, the announced lineup and set times are as follows:
Thursday, May 26th
Entrance opens at 4 pm
WITCHAVEN - 4:45 - 5:15
SHITSTORM - 5:30 - 5:55
NOISEAR - 6:10 - 6:40
MIASMAL - 6:55 - 7:30
LACK OF INTEREST - 7:45 - 8:20
FLESH PARADE - 8:35 - 9:10
EXTORTION - 9:25 - 10:00
BUZZOV*EN - 10:15 - 11:00
TRAGEDY - 11:15 - 12:00
CATHEDRAL - 12:15 - end More...
Between October 2010 and February 2011, Metalhit.com launched a series of six free monthly music samplers showcasing various genres of extreme metal: Thrash, Death, Folk, Gothic, Doom and Black Metal.
The "Metalhit Free Download Series" was made available exclusively in the USA via Amazon.com and to eMusic subscribers worldwide. Metalhit now has the compilations posted online and available for free download worldwide.
Some select artists featured on the samplers include:
Abominable Putridity, Asphyx, Behexen, Diathra, Doom:VS, Evoken, Hirax, Inquisition, Lifelover, Manegarm, Moonspell, Nunslaughter, Obtest, Ophis, Pathology, Possessed, Sacred Reich, Sig:Ar:Tyr, Sinister, Skepticism, Skyforger, The Howling Void, Urgehal, and many more.
Metalhit.com has made a thrash metal compilation available for free download via Amazon MP3. Here's the tracklisting for the free compilation:
1. Nocturnal "Hellhunt" (2:35)
2. Victimizer "Tyrants Genocide" (4:22)
3. Atomizer "These Hands Will Never Be Clean" (3:21)
4. Sacred Reich "The American Way" (3:41)
5. Sacrilege "The Fear Within" (4:35)
6. Hirax "Eradicate the Mind" (3:39)
7. Morbid Scream "Morbid Scream" (2:44)
8. Violated "No Chance in Hell" (4:09)
9. Nunslaughter "Raid the Convent" (2:16)
10. Sacrilegio "The Traitor" (4:44)
11. Aggression "Better You Run" (3:10)
12. The Possessed "Pentagram" (live) (3:59)
French black metallers, NIRNAETH, have released a new song, "My Misanthropy," from their upcoming album, "Splendour Of The Abyss," on their MySpace page. NIRNAETH will performing with NUNSLAUGHTER and SATHANAS on March 21 at the Miroiterie in Paris.
Nunslaughter will be playing a single show in Los Angeles at The Knitting Factory on February 21, 2009. They will be playing alongside Sadistic Intent, Cauterized, Unholy Lust, and Phlegethon.
The promotional poster for the show can be viewed here.
SATHANAS has finished their new album, "Nightrealm Apocalypse." Mixing and mastering will be handled by Necromorbus Studios in Sweden once again, with artwork by Juanjo Castellano. Look for a release date in early 2009 via PAGAN RECORDS.
A European tour will follow shortly thereafter in March with NUNSLAUGHTER.
The confirmed tour dates so far are as follows: More...
Dragonight Agency (a division of the Alphard Sound Technology ETP, and home of the legendary Japanese acts SABBAT, METALUCIFER, and Poland's CRYSTAL VIPER) report that US death metallers NUNSLAUGHTER will be doing two shows in Canada in 2008.
The dates are March 14th in Toronto, ON at Sneaky Dees and March 15th in Montreal, QC at a venue to be confirmed.
In other news, the band is also working on the layout for the Damned In Japan DVD, slated for early 2008. Also, the band recently completed work on a split 7" with RABID, which will be out soon. More 7" and split releases in coming.