Throne Of Malediction
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U.S. based blackened doom act Throne of Malediction has released new album "Out of Darkness, Comes Light" and the album is now up for streaming/download at this location. The album saw official release through Torn Flesh Records on April 30th, 2013.
"Out of Darkness, Comes Light" features eleven tracks (plus two bonus songs) and guest appearances by Tamara Picardo (Upon Shadows), Negative Von Plaag (Plaag), DG steele (ZS Concept), and Vrangsinn (Carpathian Forest). The track listing is:
1. Shadow Mass 2:27
2. Without The Sun 6:17
3. A Burden of Ages 5:29
4. Not Meant for Me 5:10
5. Farther Down 5:49
6. Born of Innocence 6:43
7. In the Bleeding 5:23
8. Day of Lies 5:23
9. Everythings Going Cold 7:53
10. Dead Memories 5:47
11. The Soulforge 10:05
12. What Will Never Be w/Vrangsinn 5:14
13. Syncretism VI w/Black Salvation 7:03 More...
Formerly Montana and now California based act Throne of Malediction has posted a new single online for streaming.
Check out the "Begotten" track via Bandcamp here or through the player available below.
You can also hear the band's previously posted Dragonlance-themed track "The Soulforge" at this location.
Throne of Malediction has released a new song online from the band's upcoming "Out of Darkness, Comes the Light" album, which is set for release later this year.
Give "The Soulforge" a listen in the player below. "The Soulforge" is a concept track based on the Dragonlance book series.
For more info on Throne of Malediction, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.
The fifth annual "Holy Fucking AntiChristmas" compilation has now been posted online for free streaming and download via Misantrof ANTIRecords right here. Misantrof also comments:
"If you're reading this, doomsday is cancelled, or who knows? Maybe the armageddon will come later today. So either you want to celebrate the fact you are still alive, or you want to die happily later today, this is the only soundtrack you need.
"Our sole concern is that it seems we're about to get another money based Christmas. Once again. Christmas has now lost whatever religious significance it had to all but a small handful of people, and it has become a sick orgy of exploitation where everyone is encouraged to spend money to buy stuff they don't need and probably cannot afford.
"We just want to give everyone something for free, and hopefully at the same time make people sit back and realize that there are ways to have fun that do not require vast sums of money."
The lineup on the two disc features a variety of punk, rock, and metal acts including: More...
Throne of Malediction and Irreverant Soul have posted their new "Rites" split release online for streaming. Listen to the tracks in the player below, or download the release for free over at bandcamp here. The "Rites" track listing is as follows:
1. Born of Innocence 06:33
2. A Burden of Ages 05:38
3. Not Meant For Me 05:10
4. What Will Never Be (w/Vrangsinn) 05:14
5. The Circle 03:38
6. Solitude (Candlemass cover) 06:29
7. The Sins Within 03:29
8. Sweet Sorrow (demo) 06:30
9. Irreverant Soul - Waltz of The Macabre 01:16
10. Irreverant Soul - From What is Dead 03:22
11. Irreverant Soul - Moonlight and Death 03:36
12. Irreverant Soul - Troops of Doom (Sepultura cover) 02:17
13. Irreverant Soul - Grief 03:38 More...
Throne of Malediction has announced an upcoming split release with Irreverent Soul, which also features several of the same band members.
The cover artwork for the "Rites" split can be viewed below, and you can also check out a track from the release in the player available after the jump. The track is a cover of "Solitude" by Candlemass. In addition to the upcoming split, Throne of Malediction is also working on a new full-length album titled "Out of Darkness Comes Light." More...
Throne of Malediction has announced that the band's upcoming new full-length album, and follow-up to "Ceremonial Blood" (reviewed here), will be titled "Out of Darkness Comes Light." Further details on the release will be announced as they are made available.
"Born of Innocence," a track set to appear on the album, can also be heard in the player below. As with several other songs currently to be in included with the release, "Born of Innocence" features guest spots from Tamara Picardo (Upon Shadows) on keyboards and Kevin George (Martriden) on bass.
Throne of Malediction has released another new song online for streaming, which continues the band's recent series of collaborations with Tamara Picardo from Upon Shadows on keyboards and Kevin George from Martriden on bass. Check out the song "Without the Sun," along with several other recently uploaded tracks, in the Reverbnation widget available below. More...
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...
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...
Montana metal act Throne of Malediction has posted a new track online titled "Syncretism VI," which is a collaboration with Victory By Fire label mates Black Salvation. The track will be included as a bonus on Throne of Malediction's upcoming second album and follow-up to the "Ceremonial Blood" release.
Check out the new song in the Reverbnation widget below, or find the band's previously posted track "Farther Down" at this location.
Carrying on the tradition that in started in 2008, Norway’s Misantrof ANTIRecords has, for the fourth year running, released its Christmas compilation. Titled “Holy Fucking ANTIChristmas Volume 4”, the album takes an irreverent poke at what Christmas has become.
This year’s compilation is a double CD release and contains 18 tracks from 18 bands of varying genres, loosely based on the various facets of Christmas. The tracks have either been newly written and recorded, or adapted especially for this album. Like all Misantrof releases the 18-track compilation is available for free download, together with cover art and information about the bands involved at this location. Contributing artists are as follows:
Side Shit (Disc 1)
Air Raid Control
Jesus Hitler One Man Gangbang Band
Side Piss (Disc 2)
Legion of Crows
The Small Penis Syndromes
Throne of Malediction
Montana's Throne of Malediction has posted a new pre-mastered track online titled "Farther Down," which can be heard via the widget below or through the band's Reverbnation page. According to the band, "Farther Down" is a track dealing with alcohol addiction and self destruction.
The finalized version of "Farther Down" will be appearing on Misantrof ANTIRecords annual "Holy Fucking Anti-Christmas" compilation, with full details on the free compilation coming shortly.
Montana act Throne of Malediction has posted a video clip online for the new song "A Burden of Ages," which features Kevin George of Martriden on bass. The track will be included on a future release TBA. You can also check out the previously posted Throne of Malediction track "In The Bleeding" by heading over to this location.
Throne of Malediction has uploaded a new pre-master track titled "In The Bleeding." You can stream the track in the player available after the jump, or download the song for free at this location.
The band also recently posted another new song online titled "A Burden Of Ages." You can check out that track by heading here.
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.
Montana's Throne of Malediction has posted a new song online titled "Born Of Innocence," which features guest appearances by Tamara Picardo of Upon Shadows on keyboard and backing vocals and Kevin George of Martriden on bass.
You can stream or download "Born of Innocence" for free by heading over to Throne Of Malediction Reverbnation page. The band also recently released the "Ceremonial Blood" album, which has the following track listing:
1. Season of Death
2. Ceremonial Blood
3. Bloodlust and Perversion
4. Vicious Fate
5. The Only One
6. Beneath the Winter Sun
7. Inside This Decay
8. Revoker of Dreams
9. Never Enough
10. Red Death
12. Empty Soul
13. Black Test/Freestyle jam (bonus track)
14. Never Enough/Verkrag mix (bonus track)
Throne of Malediction has posted a new (pre-mastered) song online titled "Descending." You can check out the song in the player below, or download the track through the band's Reverbnation page. The cover artwork for the track is also available below.
Throne of Malediction has checked in with the following update about releasing "Ceremonial Blood," the band's debut full-length album:
"Our long awaited album, 'Ceremonial Blood' is out next week from Ziekte/Victory By Fire Records. The link is here to pre-order. Btw, Ziekte Records is merging with Victory by Fire, transitional period atm. We busted ass trying to get this album done. A lot of work, hope it is well received. Support the underground!"
In other Throne of Malediction news, the band also recently announced several lineup changes and gave an addition to our Pit Stories column. The artwork and layout for the new album can be viewed below. More...
Eric Horner of Throne of Malediction has checked in with the following update about the band's current lineup and upcoming activity:
"Throne of Malediction is down to two members at the moment. Eric and Jessica Horner, both on guitars and vocals. We have moved to Ozark, Missouri (near Springfield) and are soon to be looking for new members to get some live shows going soon.
"Our album 'Ceremonial Blood' is on order from the manufacturer and should be released by mid-June, after a long wait (available through our label). In addition, our label, Ziekte Records is now part of Victory By Fire Records (Holland). So Throne is through Victory By Fire, officially as of now.
"Me and Jessica are also recording a few new songs already with a few guest musicians (one is a legend in his own right...) for Throne's 2nd album. We are also going to release an extra, free download EP through Black Metal Agenda (Norway) with extra songs and covers (including a planned cover of 'The Prize of Beauty' by My Dying Bride). So, even without a full lineup, Throne of Malediction is very much active and looking forward to the future."
Throne of Malediction also recently contributed an entry to our Pit Stories column with a story about the hair extension battle royale at a Cradle of Filth show. You can check out Throne of Malediction's interview with Metalunderground.com about the art of black metal and religion's role in the musical style here.