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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
The Canadian ProgDeathMetal beasts Cryptopsy featuring cult vocalist Lord Worm finally return to Europe and are about to make the walls of every venue they enter burst. Their unique brand of fast, uncompromising and technically brilliant Death Metal as presented on the band’s latest masterpiece “Once Was Not” (released on October, 17th 2005) should leave no extreme metal fan dissatisfied.
Also the supporting bands consisting of label mates Grave and Aborted, plus Dew Scented, Vesania and Hurtlocker promise sheer death metal insanity.
Here the exact dates: More...
The Project Hate, the Swedish band featuring Jörgen Sandström of Entombed/Grave fame on lead vocals, have set Armageddon March Eternal (Symphonies of Slit Wrists) as the title of their new album, due later in the year via Threeman Recordings. The follow-up to 2003's Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate was produced by Dan Swanö and features a special guest appearance by Evergrey bassist Michael Håkansson, who completed his tracks at his studio in Gothenburg before the entire recording was shipped off to Swanö to be mixed and mastered.
Armageddon March Eternal(Symphonies of Slit Wrists) track listing:
01. At the Entrance to Hell's Unholy Fire
02. The Bleeding Eyes of a Breeding Whore
03. I See Nothing but Flesh
04. Resurrected for Massive Torture
05. We Couldn't be Further from the Truce
06. Godslaughtering Murder Machine
07. Symphony of the Deceived
08. Loveless, Godless, Flawless
Swedish death metal kings Grave have sent a video greeting to all death metal "maniacs" here.
The band are currently touring Europe in support of their latest release, "Fiendish Regression".
Swedish death metal Godfathers Grave are back on stage in your area to promote their new album “Fiendish Regression.” Don’t miss these shows by one of the best and most genuine old school death metal outfits around.
Together with Dew-Scented:
Apr. 21 (D) Wermelskirchen - AJZ Bahndamm
Apr. 22 (D) Weimar - Dark Hall
Apr. 23 (D) Ludwigshafen - Das Haus “Metal Meeting XVII Festival”
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German Thrash metallers Dew Scented will start recording the follow-up of last year's "Impact" in late January 2005 together with producer Andy Classen (Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Gravework, Disbelief, Tankard) at the German Stage One Studios in Borgentreich. A worldwide release for the yet untitled album is scheduled for May 2005. So far, the band has written 12 new songs with still three or four more tracks to come!
Björn from "Killustrations" will take care of the artwork again – he already designed cover & artwork of "Impact."
In April 2005, Dew Scented will set off for some shows together with Swedish Death metallers Grave (most probably in Holland); plans for a full European tour and some gigs at summer festivals are already in progress as well
Legendary Swedish death metallers Grave are currently working on a European tour, which is scheduled to start in early January 2005. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.
As previously reported, Grave will be supporting Deicide at the Stockholm stop of their European tour on November 16 at Mondo (Club Aggression). Other bands appearing on the bill are Arkhon Infaustus and Relevant Few. Grave have also been confirmed for the sixth edition of the 2000 Decibel festival, set to take place on May 21, 2005 at Valhall in Bengtsfors, Sweden (180 kilometres north of Gothenburg).
Grave's latest album, "Fiendish Regression", was released in August through Century Media Records. The group's sixth full-length effort was recorded and mixed at Abyss studio with producers Tommy and Peter Tägtgren. 11 tracks were recorded for the album, including nine brand new songs, a cover version of the Saint Vitus classic "Burial At Sea" and a re-recording of a old Grave song "Autopsied", which was originally written and recorded for promotion in 1989.
The sixth edition of the 2000 Decibel-festival will take place in Bengtsfors, Sweden (180 km north of Gothenburg) the 21st May 2005. Twenty-two bands will play on three different stages. The first confirmed bands for the festival are Face Down, Grave, Loud N Nasty, The Storyteller and Unleashed. For more information, visit the festival website at www.mfdecibel.com.
The Project Hate, the Swedish band featuring Jörgen Sandström of Entombed/Grave fame on lead vocals, have just completed work on the fifth track out of the seven or eight planned for inclusion on the group's fourth studio album, according to a posting on the group's web site. "Rough demos of everything's been made to have something to work with as we write lyrics," the posting adds. "Three or four lyrics are pretty much completed as well and things are going good to say the least.
"We haven't got a date set for the recording just yet, but we know we are to enter the studio sometime in December for almost three weeks of recording. We have some titles ready as well and we might even have come up with the album title already. We'll see if we keep it or if we come up with something even better as we go along."
THE PROJECT HATE, the Swedish band featuring Jörgen Sandström of ENTOMBED/GRAVE fame on lead vocals, will enter Soundlab Studios in December to record their fourth full-length album, tentatively due in early 2005. "We plan to record 8 or 9 songs for the album," the group write on their web site. "We are also planning to record a cover. No, it's not going for the album but for a planned compilation album to be released sometime if all goes well. When there's more info about this we'll announce what band we are covering. Let just say we won't do the song in the traditional cover way..."
With regards to the new songs, the band write, "The material is possibly more death metal than anything we have ever done before, without losing all the usual ingredients we are known for. That stuff is probably more evident than ever as well, how weird that may sound..."
The Swedish band Grave have revealed the track listing for their new album, "Fiendish Regression." The album will be released through Century Media Records on August 23 in Europe and on September 7 in the US. The European CD version will initially be a limited edition which features a special slipcase package and 2 bonus tracks. A vinyl version will also be released. Click here to view the "Fiendish Regression" cover image. More...
A brand-new GRAVE track, entitled "Reborn", has been posted online in Real Media format at this location.
"Reborn" comes off the group's sixth full-length album, "Fiendish Regression", due in Europe on August 23 through Century Media Records (September 7 in the U.S.). "Fiendish Regression" was recorded and mixed at Abyss studio with producers Tommy and Peter Tägtgren. 11 tracks were recorded for the album, including nine brand new songs, a cover version of the SAINT VITUS classic "Burial At Sea" and a re-recording of a old GRAVE song "Autopsied", which was originally written and recorded for promotion in 1989.
GRAVE recently replaced drummer Christofer Barkensjö (KAAMOS) with Pelle Liljenberg (COERCION).
GRAVE have officially replaced drummer Cristofer Barkensjö with Pelle Ekegren from Stockholm- based Death metal act COERCION. Ekegren performed with Grave during their 2002 European Tour in support of their last album "Back From The Grave". The band report that Pelle “will also be involved in the process of writing and recording the new album. We are currently working on material and plans are to record this spring and hopefully have a release this fall.”
Meanwhile, Century Media have released a GRAVE box set featuring six of the bands albums on heavy 180g picture disc vinyl in gatefold sleeves. The set, which is limited to 2,000 copies will also include a 12- page booklet and 16 bonus tracks. The albums featured in the set include: