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Below is our complete Mausoleum 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.
Rob Yench (former Incantation) and Craig Stiles from the band Mausoleum talked to ArmyOfOneTV on Jul 27th at the Loft in Poughkeepsie, NY. They discussed the direction of the band towards the roots of the death metal sound and coming back to the stage after ten years. Watch the interview below.
U.S. based death metal act Mausoleum has checked in with the following announcement about working on a new four way split release:
"Mausoleum has started work on the 4 way split 12" LP for GoatGrind Records with 'Torn Apart' and the classic Death song 'Evil Dead.' Out in 2012"
Mausoleum released the "Back From the Funeral" album through Razorback Recordings back in October, and you can also check out the band's music by heading over to the official Mausoleum MySpace music profile.
U.S. death metal act Mausoleum has issued the following update about the upcoming release of the "Back From the Funeral" album:
"Be prepared… Mausoleum's 2nd CD, 'Back From the Funeral', will be available to order from Razorback Recordings on October 25th!
"Mark your calendars…the zombiecult finally returns! *First 100 to order will receive a special ghastly-gift! (sample of cover art...full image to be revealed on the day of the album's release!)"
For more info on Mausoleum, and to hear songs available for streaming, head over to the band's official MySpace music profile.
Mausoleum, which recently had the band's first ever live show, has now checked in with the following brief update about appearing on a four way split release:
"Just confirmed that Mausoleum is to appear on a 4-way split Limited Edition 12" LP on Goatgrind Records along with Offal, Scaremaker, and Cardiac Arrest! Details to follow soon ..m/"
You can also check out Mausoleum's music by heading over to the band's official MySpace page here.
Mausoleum will be playing the band's first live performance this coming Friday, September 16th and has now posted a teaser trailer online for the show. Check out the clip in the player below.
Mausoleum will also be releasing the "Back From the Funeral" album this Fall through Razorback Records.
Mausoleum has checked in with the following update about the upcoming release of the "Back From The Funeral" album:
"The album, titled 'Back From the Funeral,' will come out early this fall on Razorback Records. It features 9 killer songs of true horror worshiping, zombiecult death metal with a non-modern sound and full of the dark and creepy atmosphere that the band created on their debut back in 2003!
"Death metal fans, horror fans, zombie fans... be prepared! The undead undertakers known as Mausoleum have? returned for your brainsssss! Worship at the altar of zombiecult death metal!"
No official release date has yet been announced for "Back From the Funeral." Details will be released as they are made available. In the mean time you can check out Mausoleum's music by navigating to the band's MySpace page.
Mausoleum will be releasing the upcoming album "Back From the Funeral" through Razorback Recordings in late Summer/early Fall. To give fans a taste of the upcoming album, the band has now posted a new song online.
Head over to the Razorback Recordings official Facebook page here here to listen to the new track "Radioactive Resurrection."
Mausoleum also recently announced its first live performances in September. Details are available here.
Additional information on Mausoleum, and more songs available for streaming, are available through the band's MySpace music profile.
Mausoleum recently announced the band's first live show after 10 years of existence will be taking place on September 16th, 2011. Mausoleum has now announced a second performance the next day in Secaucus, NJ. The show will also include Drawn and Quartred, Disma, and Mortal Decay, with details available in the poster below.
Mausoleum will also be releasing the upcoming album "Back From the Funeral" through Razorback Recordings in late Summer/early Fall.
Mausoleum has issued the following announcement about performing the band's first live show:
"After 10 years as a band, Mausoleum will finally be playing their first show ever! Brooklyn, New York Friday September 16th Signature Riff presents Drawn and Quartered, Mausoleum, Death Sick and Mutant Supremacy. St. Vitus Bar 1120 Manhattan Ave Brooklyn NY Doors Open @ 7pm Admission $12 21+"
Mausoleum will also be releasing the upcoming new album "Back From the Funeral" through Razorback Recordings in late Summer/early Fall.
Razorback Recordings has issued the following announcement about releasing a second album from Mausoleum:
"Razorback Recordings is proud to announce that we will be releasing the long awaited 2nd CD from Mausoleum! The album, titled 'Back From the Funeral,' will come out in the late Summer/early Fall.
"It features 9 killer songs of true horror worshipping, zombiecult Death Metal with a non-modern sound and full of the dark and creepy atmosphere that the band created on their debut back in 2003!
"Death metal fans, horror fans, zombie fans... be prepared! The undead undertakers known as Mausoleum have returned for your brainsssss!" More...
Pennsylvania based death metallers Mausoleum have issued the following statement about the death of their guitarist Phillip Newbaker:
"NEWBAKER – Philip C. V, 38, Johnstown, died March 20, 2009, at Memorial Medical Center. Born Nov. 17, 1970, in Johnstown, son of Philip C. IV and Toni (Thomas) Newbaker. Preceded in death by mother and infant brother, Aaron R. Newbaker. Survived by father, Westmont; wife and friend since childhood, the former Cristi Gallo; children, Keira L. and Candra L., both at home; and sister, Karin L., and fiance, William Layton, Johnstown. Also survived by father-in-law, Gary Gallo, Johnstown; brother-in-law, Todd Gallo, and wife, Shelly, South Carolina; aunt, Wendy T., married to David Amigh, Vinco; great-aunt, Dorothy Beabes, Johnstown; nephew and nieces: Garrett, McKenzie and Madison Gallo, and Kaitlynn Newbaker-Layton; cousins: Josh, Jeremy and Jessica Amigh; and canine friend, Bal Zac.
"Philip will be sadly missed by numerous relatives and friends. He was an avid guitarist, who played with the bands, Necrotomie and Mausoleum. He was employed by the family business at the Johnstown Planing Mill and was currently employed as an instructor at the Hiram G. Andrews Center and also Penn Highlands Community College, where he was well-liked and admired by his colleagues and students, and his talents did not go unnoticed.
"Friends received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, 215 Central Ave., where funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, the Rev. Donna Hess. In lieu of flowers, family suggest memorial contributions to the scholarship fund being established for Philip's children."