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The Modern Age Slavery

From: Italy
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Below is our complete The Modern Age Slavery 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.

The Modern Age Slavery Releases New Video

The Modern Age Slavery has released a new music video for "Icon Of A Dead World," which is now available below courtesy of MetalSucks.net.

"Icon Of A Dead World" was directed by Matteo Ermeti & Federico Di Corato and is taken from the album "Requiem For Us All." Pick up your copy over at this location.

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The Modern Age Slavery Posts Live Video

The Modern Age Slavery has posted a live video clip online for "Icon Of a Dead World," which can be found below. The band also comments:

"Hey guys! Guess what? We have a present to you on this 4th of July! Check out this live video taken from our last gig in Reggio Emilia. Our good ol' fan & videomaker Michele Casolaro made this one single shot experiment, no cuts at all, just timeline effects… ain't that crazy cool?"

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The Modern Age Slavery Streaming Full Album

Italian tech-death monsters The Modern Age Slavery just unleashed their sophomore album, "Requiem For Us All" via Pavement Entertainment and are streaming it in its entirety at New Noise Magazine. The much-anticipated follow up to 2008's "Damned to Blindness," "Requiem for Us All" marks the return of the Italian brutalists.

Guitarist Simone Bertozzi described the lyrical concept behind "Requiem for Us All" as 'the blueprint for modern life and our declaration of war to a generation that stole our future.' Stream the whole album at this location.


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The Modern Age Slavery Releases Lyric Clip

A new lyric video is now available below for "The Silent Death of Cain," taken from the upcoming The Modern Age Slavery album "Requiem for Us All," due out March 19th on Pavement Entertainment.

The new song also features Tommaso Riccardi of Fleshgod Apocalypse. You can now pre-order "Requiem for Us All" at this location.

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The Modern Age Slavery Streaming New Song

On March 19th Pavement Entertainment will unleash "Requiem For Us All," the sophomore release from Italian tech-death five-piece The Modern Age Slavery. The much-anticipated follow up to 2008's "Damned to Blindness," the lyrical content of "Requiem For Us All" is described by guitarist Simone Bertozzi as 'the blueprint for modern life and our declaration of war to a generation that stole our future.' Check out the title track for the album over at Reverbnation or below.

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The Modern Age Slavery Writing New Album

Italian deathcore band The Modern Age Slavery has checked in with the following brief announcement about writing new material for an upcoming full-length album:

"Check out the brand new layout by the mighty Eklipse Design, it's sick! Currently we are on writing mode for the new album, tentatively scheduled to be released on late 2010. It's gonna be fast, brutal and slamming like nothing else. Stay tuned and get ready, slaves."

Sample The Modern Age Slavery tracks can also be heard at the band's newly redesigned MySpace page.

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The Modern Age Slavery Posts Music Video Online

Italian deathcore act The Modern Age Slavery has posted a music video online for the title track of their debut full-length album "Damned to Blindness." The video clip can be viewed below. More...

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The Modern Age Slavery Signs To Napalm Records

Italian deathcore band The Modern Age Slavery has joined the Napalm Records' ranks. "The band skilfully blends rage, overwhelming energy and just the right amount of aggression into a highly explosive mix of death metal and hardcore," says the label. The band's new album will be released in fall/winter and will be embellished by graphic artist Meran Karanitant (Hatebreed, Six Feet Under...).

In the meantimes, you can check out some of TheModern Age Slavery's material on their MySpace page.

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