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The recently reformed sludgecore beasts from Raging Speedhorn will be bringing their filthy riffs to the Ronnie James Dio main stage of the upcoming Bloodstock festival. The band’s Gordon Morison comments: “We’re over the moon to be playing Bloodstock 2015. It’ll be awesome to share the stage with some of our old friends like Orange Goblin and Napalm Death. See you down the front!”
Progressive metal Brits Xerath also bring the heavy to Friday’s main stage. The band enthuses, "We are utterly stoked to announce we will be returning to Catton Hall once again to perform at this year's Bloodstock festival. We are especially proud to confirm we will be gracing the mainstage for the first time since our debut at the festival in 2009 which promises to almost certainly be a career defining moment for the band. We sincerely cannot wait to see you all there! Warm up those necks Bloodstockers!"
French groove metal eccentrics Trepalium and Dutch death metal outfit Villainy are also set for Sophie stage slots on Sunday. The currently announced lineup is: More...
Hacride will enter the studio later this month to record a new album, and afterwards the band is set to embark on the Klonosphere Tour this coming October in France. The tour also feature Klone and Trepalium, and the currently announced tour dates are as follows:
10.10.12 Poitiers, Le Confort Moderne
11.10.12 Tarnos, Salle Thorez
12.10.12 Montauban, Le Rio Grande
13.10.12 Montlucon, MJC
14.10.12 Paris, Le Divan du Monde
17.10.12 Nancy, L’Autre Canal
18.10.12 Rouen, Le 106
19.10.12 Chelles, Les Cuizines
20.10.12 Dunkerque, Les 4 Ecluses
21.10.12 Rennes, L’ubu
23.10.12 Bordeaux, [TBC]
24.10.12 Lyon, CCO
25.10.12 Reims, La Cartonnerie
26.10.12 Manosque, Le Café Provisoire
27.10.12 Besancon, La Rodia
28.10.12 Niort, Le Camji More...
French death/groove act Trepalium is streaming the new track "The Worst F(r)iend." The song appears on the band's fourth LP "H.N.P.," which was released in Europe on June 8, 2012 through Season of Mist.
The track listing for "H.N.P." is as follows:
1. Heic Noenum Pax
2. Prescription of Crisis
3. S(l)ave the World
4. Order the Labyrinth
5. Insane Architect
6. Let the Clown Rise
7. (A) I Was (S)
8. The Worst F(r)iend
9. Raining Past
10. I'm Broken (Pantera Cover)
Check out "The Worst F(r)iend" here: More...
French technical metal band Trepalium has posted a few more tracks from its upcoming album "H.N.P.," which is due out on June 8th. Previously they posted the track "S(l)ave the World," and now the band is streaming a cover of the Pantera tune "I'm Broken," the track "Insane Architect" and the song "Let the Clown Rise" over on YouTube. Below is an upload of the last track. "H.N.P." will be the fourth full-length for Trepalium, a band that has toured with Gojira back in 2009.
French act Trepalium is streaming the new song "S(l)ave The World" online, which is taken from the band's upcoming new album "H.N.P."
Check out the song in the player below. "H.N.P." is due out on June 8th, 2012 and more info on Trepalium can be found via the band's Facebook profile here.
French death metallers, Trepalium, have announced the release date for their third album, "XIII," for February 9th. "XIII" will be exclusively available in France, Benelux and Switzerland. Trepalium have posted the song "Daddy's Happy" for download at this location.
The track listing of "XIII" [cover] is as follows:
01. Daddy's Happy
02. Glowing Cloud
03. Blink of Time
04. Addicted to Oblivion
05. Inner Hell
06. Unexpectable Lies
07. And now...
08. Usual Crap
10. World Plague
11. Saddistic Peace
12. Fant-easy Reality More...
Season of Mist announces that French death metallers, Trepalium, have just been added to the roster. A member of the Klonosphere, a group of French metal bands featuring Klone, Hacride, Mistaken Element and many others.
"XIII," Trepalium's third album, will be released in February in France, Benelux and Switzerland only. More...