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Infernal War

From: Poland
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Infernal War News

Below is our complete Infernal War 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.

Infernal War Streaming "Into Dead Soil"

Polish extreme black/death metallers Infernal War just premiered a brand new track titled "Into Dead Soil." This is the first song to be released from the band's upcoming full-length album "Axiom."

Featuring 11 new tracks, "Axiom" will be launched on April 17th in Europe and April 21st in North America via Agonia Records.

"Axiom" was recorded, mixed and mastered in No Solace Studio with M. (Mgla/Kriegsmaschine), who also guest appears on the album on vocals. The 11 new songs on "Axiom" clock in at around 42 minutes. The album cover was created by Mentalporn and the track listing is: More...

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Infernal War Reveals New Album Details

After revealing the new album cover in December, the Polish extreme black/death metal beasts from Infernal War have unveiled further details on their 3rd studio installment "Axiom."

Featuring 11 new tracks, the release will be launched on April 17th in Europe and April 21st in North America via Agonia Records.

"Axiom" was recorded, mixed and mastered in No Solace Studio with M. (Mgla/Kriegsmaschine), who also guest appears on the album on vocals. The 11 new songs on "Axiom" clock in at around 42 minutes. The album cover was created by Mentalporn, and the track listing is as follows:

I. Coronation
II. Militant Hate Church
III. Into Dead Soil
IV. Paradygmat
V. Nihil Prayer
VI. The Parallel Darkness
VII. Transfigure
VIII. Eater Of Hope
IX. Camp 22
X. No Forgiveness
XI. Axiom

On the new material, the band commented: "Axiom is the essence of Infernal War. At the same time, it's not a copy of our previous works. The new material is more mature, diversified and bloody uncompromising. It's very grim, both musically and lyrically. We have no doubt, that Axiom is our crowning achievement." More...

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Infernal War Unveils New Album Artwork

The Polish extreme black metallers from Infernal War are currently undertaking mastering duties after finishing the recording of a new album. The band's third studio opus will be entitled "Axiom" and is expected to drop in early 2015 via Agonia Records.

The band commented on the new material: "Axiom is the essence of Infernal War. At the same time, it's not a copy of our previous works. The new material is more mature, diversified and bloody uncompromising. It's very grim, both musically and lyrically. We have no doubt, that Axiom is our crowning achievement."

"Axiom" is being mastered in No Solace Studio with M. (Mgla/Kriegsmaschine) and it will be Infernal War's first studio album in seven years. The last one, "Redesekration: The Gospel of Hatred and Apotheosis of Genocide," was released in 2007. More...

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Band Lineup Announced For Darkness Rising Fest

This year's edition of the Serbian "Darkness Rising" festival will take place in Belgrade from May 30th - June 1st, 2013. The festival features 27 black metal bands from a variety of countries, with full details available at the festival's website here. The currently announced lineup is as follows:

Desaster (Germany)
Horna (Finland)
Enthroned (Belgium)
Behexen (Finland)
Infernal War (Poland)
Urfaust (Netherlands)
Sargeist (Finland)
Fides Inversa (Italy)
Inferno (Czech)
Frostmoon Eclipse (Italy)
Silva Nigra (Czech)
Arkona (Poland)
Sekhmet (Czech)
Somrak (Slovenia)
Handful Of Hate (Italy)
The One (Greece)
The True Endless (Italy)
Emptiness (Belgium)
Simargal (Serbia)
Ater Era (Slovenia)
Svartgren (Serbia)
Triumfall (Serbia)
Samrt (Serbia)
Terrörhammer (Serbia)
Prognan (Croatia)
Zloslut (Serbia) More...

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Bleeding Fist Confirmed For United Slavic Swords

Bleeding Fist is the latest band to be confirmed for the third edition of the United Slavic Swords festival in Serbia (Belgrade). The other currently confirmed bands are Infernal War, Inferno, Kozeljnik, and Wolf's Hunger. More information on the festival can be found at this location.

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