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Latest Gravespawn News

Below is our complete Gravespawn 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.

Wormreich Announces New Split

Underground U.S. black metal Wormreich has announced upcoming split album "Infirmos Vocat Deus Fidei" with Vesterian, Gravespwan, and Diabolus Amator is set to drop June 2nd via Black Plague Records.

Wormreich frontman Vulk comments: "On our end, you can also expect split vinyl's with Kult ov Azazel and Hod in the coming months, all while work continues on the next full-length!"

Currently Wormreich is also working on a next full-length album named “Vril: Elixir of Death and the Void.” Vulk reveals:

“As of now, we are currently in the process of writing and recording our next full-length album, to be titled 'Vril: Elixir of Death and the Void.' We will also be putting out three split releases through various labels this year: a split 12" LP with Florida’s legendary Kult ov Azazel, a split 7" with Texas black/death titans Hod, and a split CD with North Carolina’s Vesterian. More details will be released in due time. We also wish to announce that our first full-length album, 2011’s 'Edictvm DCLXVI,' will be reissued sometime this year through Black Plague Records.” More...

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Gravespawn Announces Upcoming Shows

California black metallers Gravespawn have announced they will be playing at Yayos In Las Vegas Nevada on October 31st and at The BlackCastle in Los Angeles, California on Novemer 13th. Samples of Gravespawn's music can be found at this location. The band has also issued the following statement regarding their thoughts on music:

"Fuck you!!! Gravespawn will NEVER:

"1) Live in the shadow of the European black metal scene. We are USBM and proud. We are not Cold Nordic Moonfrost from the frostless southwest ripping off Darkthrone and Burzum like a bunch of fucking tools because we feel it necessary to pay homage or conform to the standards of a scene far away from our homes. No disrespect to European black metal intended. Nothing but disrespect to the ones who think that we're below them because we're American.

"2) Perform or record cover songs. When our songs begin to suck out of a lack of creativity, then perhaps we'll feel the need to play cover songs.

"3) Pay to play or sell tickets. Last I checked, we're not hookers working the streets of Sunset Blvd. See also #1.

"4) Be too 'trve or kvlt' to write decent shit and record it with decent production. More...

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