Throne Of Malediction
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Below is our complete Throne Of Malediction 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.
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.
We've been talking to bands and fans everywhere to get their favorite mosh pit stories from metal shows. In this week's edition of Pit Stories, vocalist/guitarist Eric Horner from Throne of Malediction shares a story of a groupie cat fight:
I had a fun time at a Cradle of Filth/Nachtmystium show at The Knitting Factory, February 12th, in Spokane Washington. Seeing killer bands in my local area and gaining VIP access (along with my key player, Nick), thanks to Blake from Nachtmystium, were highlights. While watching and filming Cradle of Filth play in the VIP section, a few ladies decided to duke it out. One of them was a lady that was hanging out with me and the band members earlier. It was quite a surreal sight, seeing a brawl, with a great band playing. Kind of made my show better, to say the least.
I took some video of the scene. Along with other footage from the show. I am not sure why they even battled, but it was kind of interesting, unexpected, scene. There were hair extensions laying about afterward. The VIP section had a blast swinging them about and fashioning fake beards from the hair pieces. I also heard there was a fight in the pit around the same time. Must have been the metal-hungry crowd in Spokane, Washington. I want to thank the bands for stopping out!
You can check out several Throne of Malediction songs available for streaming or free download through the band's Revernation page.
Be sure to check back next Tuesday for more pit stories.
Throne of Malediction performed an acoustic set for a cancer benefit show on February 19th, 2011. You can check out a clip of the band performing at the benefit below, and Throne of Malediction also commented:
"Eric and Jessica from Montana USA metal band, Throne of Malediction performing a one-time acoustic set/Cancer benefit. Three songs in this video: 1.Lemonheads cover 2.Original song#2, 3.Rita at the Boiler Room in Kalispell, MT."
New Zealand's Beltane and Montana based metal act Throne of Malediction have collaborated together on the new song "All Hail Bazalgette!" The track is now available both for streaming and as a free download through this location.
Throne of Malediction recently re-recorded its debut full-length album "Ceremonial Blood," which is set for release later this year. The band's front man Eric Horner also recently took part in a series of interviews regarding religious "unblack" metal for Metalunderground.com. You can check out Eric's interview on the subject here.
Montana based "mountain metal" act Throne of Malediction recently re-recorded its debut full-length album "Ceremonial Blood," which is set for release later this year. A pre-mastered version of the re-recorded song "Red Death" is now available both for streaming and as a free download through the band's Reverbnation page.
Throne of Malediction also recently posted a pre-mastered version of the re-recorded track "The Only One." Details on that song can be found at this location. The album's release date will be announced when it is made available.
From the very beginning, heavy metal has been about rebellion against established norms and restrictive social institutions. That theme has never prevented metal from being influenced by the greatest of mankind’s various systems of organized repression, however. Using a guitar and a microphone to express discontent over the actions of parents and governments inevitably led to bands expressing their disgust with the beliefs behind those actions. Whether musicians are singing about it, railing against it, or just simply partaking of it in their free time, religion has an undeniable role to play in nearly every sub-genre of heavy metal.
Plenty of bands have been built up around an anti-religious atmosphere, whether a simple general sentiment or a full-on fervor that drives the music. Despite metal being frequently identified with an anti-religious standpoint, the style has more than its fair share or religious spokesmen. Famous musicians such as Dave Mustaine of Megadeth have never been particularly quiet about their Christian faith, even if they don’t expressly promote it in any given song. Explicitly Christian metalcore acts are also rapidly gaining widespread attention, with groups like August Burns Red taking over Hot Topic and acts like I The Breather touring the U.S.
In general, it would seem the thrash metal world either doesn’t care about Mustaine’s religious affiliation or is willing to overlook it for the sake of the music. Thrash certainly has its share of anti-Christian songs, but it’s a genre that’s more concerned with social issues or an overall aggressive musical feel than anything dealing with supernatural belief systems.
As any fan of metal can easily attest, not all genres are built equal, and what appeals to one metal head is a serious turn off for another. Black metal is easily among the most infamous of all metal styles, having cut its teeth in the early ‘90s across a back drop of church burnings and sensational media stories of power struggles between Satanic leaders. Names like Emperor and Mayhem were starting to make waves and become recognized in the underground not only across Europe, but also in the U.S. and abroad. More...
Montana based "mountain metal" band Throne of Malediction has posted a pre-master version of the song "The Only One" online, which is off the band's upcoming re-recorded version of the "Ceremonial Blood" album. You can check out "The Only One" at this location.
Details on the official release date for "Ceremonial Blood" will be announced as they are made available. In the mean time, you can also check out behind the scenes rehearsal footage from the band here.
Throne Of Malediction has posted behind the scenes footage of the band rehearsing for a new song. The video clip can be viewed below.
Throne of Malediction also recently announced that the band is offering several tracks as free downloads.
Montana based extreme metal act Throne of Malediction is currently offering several tracks for free download via the band's Reverbnation page at this location.
The songs currently available include a cover of the Candlemass track "Solitude," a cover of Cradle of Filth's "The Death of Love," a demo version of "The Sins Within," and the tracks "Ceremonial Blood," "The Blinding Light," "Forest of Lies," "Grief," and "Rita."
Throne of Malediction also recently announced the band is re-recording the new album "Ceremonial Blood."
Throne Of Malediction has posted a video clip online of the band performing the track "Inside This Decay" at The Dragon's Den in Kalispell, MT. The footage can be found below.
The band also recently posted a collaboration video with South African artist Verkrag, which can be viewed here.
Throne of Malediction and Irreverent Soul have teamed up with Verkrag to post a collaboration music video for the song "Never Enough," which can be viewed below. Verkrag's Anton van Niekerk issued the following statement about the video:
"I played Dr Frankenstein with one of Irreverant Soul's tracks entitled 'Never Enough'. As far as I know this is the 1st time ever South African and American Black/Death Metal musicians have collaborated in creating a piece together. That obviously also makes this the 1st collaboration music video between USA and South African artists to be released.
"The Verkrag version of the track will appear on the new Throne of Malediction album entitled 'Ceremonial Blood' as well as the next Verkrag album coming 2011. Thanks to Eric and Jessica & Throne of Malediction for doing this collaboration with me" More...
Montana's Throne of Malediction recently re-recorded the tracks for the band's debut full-length album "Ceremonial Blood." The band is now currently streaming a pre-mastered version of the newly recorded title track. You can check out the new version through the official Throne of Malediction MySpace page. Additional details on the release date of the re-recorded album will be announced as they are made available.
Montana's Throne of Malediction is currently in the process of re-recording the upcoming album "Ceremonial Blood." Front man Eric Horner has now checked in with the following update about providing vocals for a new Beltane track and collaborating with Verkrag:
"The re-recording is doing awesome. The sound quality will vastly improve our album. Me and Jessica were just sent a song from Beltane from New Zealand and we are doing vocals for that, which is due to be released most likely around the new Year. Also, I think December 13th, Verkrag from South Africa and us will be releasing our collab video for the collab song 'Never Enough(Verkrag mix),' The song is a bonus track for 'Ceremonial Blood.'
"It may be one of the first collab music video's between USA and South African artists. Verkrag and us did separate video shots. Verkrag is doing the video editing and it is sure to be a very bloody video. Not for the weak...."
Montana based extreme metal act Throne of Malediction has announced a short delay to the release of the band's debut album "Ceremonial Blood," which is due for release via Ziekte Records. Throne of Malediction will be re-recording nine songs from the album. The re-recorded material will also feature the band's new keyboardist Nick Fischer. Front man Eric Horner commented:
"We would like to get the quality of our release more up to par, production-wise. It will not delay us much, so it is worth it. The album is delayed already for the art, so no big deal. David (from the band Nierty) is very talented at production and has insisted on helping us better our sound quality.
"So we are working on that currently. Should only be a short delay. Some songs we have done will just be re-mastered more. We hope to have the best album possible. We will release details as soon as possible."
Flamecult Records is currently offering the "Flamecult Records Presents: The Underground Alliance Vol I" compilation album as a free download at this location. Flamecult Records also issued the following statement about the release:
"Flamecult Records Presents: The Underground Alliance Vol I represents a collective of ambitious, intelligent and hard working bands or studio projects from all over the world! From full on black metal, war metal, doom metal, grind metal, death metal and hybrid metal, a full spectrum of the metal underground is showcased in this great compilation. Hosted by Flamecult Records, all the musicians involved in The Underground Alliance Vol I are talented and very respected in their underground circles, have a history of DIY albums and splits and many shows, and represent what the underground metal world is all about: Strength, Honor and Integrity."
The track listing is as follows: More...