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Indestructible Noise Command

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Formed: 1987
From: CT, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Indestructible Noise Command News

Below is our complete Indestructible Noise Command 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.

I.N.C. Reveals New Album Deteails

Indestructible Noise Command (I.N.C.) will release brand new concept album, "Black Hearse Serenade," on October 21st, 2014 via Ferocious Records (an affiliate of CDS Records, LLC).

You can pre-order the album now at this location. The album art for Black Hearse Serenade (available below)was illustrated by Sam Shearon. Shearon’s countless creations include cover art for many popular mediums, including album covers for bands such as Ministry, Biohazard, Rob Zombie, and more.

I.N.C. guitarist Erik Barath states, “The art reflect the theme that religion can be used as a weapon by those who dwell in its darkest corners.”

Barath offers more details on the concept behind Black Hearse Serenade: “Black Hearse Serenadetells a story, set in Southern California, about a broken man, his congregation of runaways, junkies and lost souls and a murderous path to finality. A childhood filled with embarrassment and shame, born of religious zealotry and an overbearing mother, that broken child has now become a man.”

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Stirring The Flock
2. Sainted Sinners
3. Cyanide and Whiskey
4. Organ Grinder
5. Black Hearse Serenade
6. The Lies We Devour
7. Lucky #7
8. Invite This Plague
9. No Turning Back
10. Love Like Napalm

The bulk of "Black Hearse Serenade" was recorded at Dexters Lab Recording, the studio owned and operated by Nick Bellmore (otherwise known as Nicholas T. Rage from Toxic Holocaust, who personally engineered and mixed the album). All of Erik Barath’s lead guitars and piano/keyboard parts were recorded in Cyprus with Philip Zilfo. "Black Hearse Serenade" was then mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering. More...

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Indestructible Noise Command Post Studio Update

Connecticut metal act Indestructible Noise Command (I.N.C.) recently announced signing to Ferocious Records (an affiliate of CDS Records, LLC), along with the release announcement for the new album "Black Hearse Serenade." I.N.C. has followed this up with an in-studio video update, which can be viewed below. The album is set for release this October.

"Black Hearse Serenade" was recorded during the summer of 2013 and marks a substantial step forward for I.N.C., while also representing a bit of a departure from the sound they’ve been recognized for in the past. Fans should expect the unexpected with "Black Hearse Serenade," as each song has its own, unique DNA. I.N.C. has broken out of the thrash box with this album, and hopes to bring their existing fans along for the ride.

"Musically, we opened up to trying new things, and found that we actually enjoy branching out,” states lead guitarist Erik Barath. “These new experiences made this album more exciting than any other.”

The bulk of "Black Hearse Serenade" was recorded at Dexters Lab Recording, the studio owned and operated by Nick Bellmore (otherwise known as Nicholas T. Rage from Toxic Holocaust, who personally engineered and mixed the album). All of Erik Barath’s lead guitars and piano/keyboard parts were recorded in Cyprus with Philip Zilfo. "Black Hearse Serenade" was then mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering.

Announcements regarding track listing, album art and more on the concept is expected soon. Check out the studio update here: More...

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Indestructible Noise Command Signs With Ferocious

Ohio-based Ferocious Records is announced the signing of Connecticut thrash metal outfit Indestructible Noise Command (I.N.C.) for the release of the fourth studio album "Black Hearse Serenade." The album is tentatively set for release this fall.

Ferocious chief Dylann DeAnna commented: "When we heard the new record, it was a no-brainer to sign this extremely talented band and release their new material"

I.N.C. released the third full-length album "Heaven Sent...Hellbound" just after reforming in 2010 after a 22 year absence from the scene. A review for that album can be found at this location.

More information on the album is expected soon. More...

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I.N.C. Posts New Album Teaser

Indestructible Noise Command has posted a sample from the track "Black Hearse Serenade," taken from I.N.C.'s upcoming album by the same name, which is due out in the Spring of 2014. Give it a listen below.

"Black Hearse Serenade" will follow the band's previous full-length album "Heaven Sent... Hellbound" (reviewed here).

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I.N.C. Streaming "Camp 22"

Indestructible Noise Command has checked in with the following announcement about streaming the "Camp 22" song online:

"It's time for some new I.N.C. everyone! This is a track called Camp 22. It WILL NOT be on the forthcoming album, 'Black Hearse Serenade,' but will be featured on the new 'For The Headbangers 4' compilation with Hatebreed and Dead by Wednesday. Just a little extra ditty we had lying around."

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I.N.C. Posts "Fist Of Fascista" Video

Connecticut/New York thrash metal band Indestructible Noise Command and Revolver Magazine are pleased to debut the band’s brand new music video for "Fist of Fascista"—a track that can be heard on the band's recent release, "Heaven Sent… Hellbound" (reviewed here) and on Sirius XM’s Liquid Metal.

The video can be viewed at Revolvermag.com or through the player below and features animation by More Frames (also known for animating Lamb of God’s "Ghost Walking" video) depicting fascism and children being controlled by music. The video was directed by Russell Hasenauer, who also recently directed the band’s video for "Swallowed."

The band has the following upcoming shows:

4/7 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar w/ Onslaught – Doors @ 8pm
4/14 Orlando, FL @ WJRR’s Earthday Birthday at Tinker Field w/ Godsmack, Trivium, and more
4/19 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz w/ M-16 “Jose Mangin's Hard Attack Thursdayz” More...

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I.N.C. Posts Music Video Photos

Connecticut/New York thrash metal act Indestructible Noise Command, which recently recruited 19-year-old Berklee student Kyle Sheperd as the band's new drummer, has finished work on a new music video to see release next week. I.N.C. has now issued the following brief update about posting photos online from the upcoming video release:

"I.N.C to debut new video Monday! We will be debuting our animated video for Fist of Fascista on the Revolver website. This video was animated by More Frames Animation, who also did the Ghost Walking video for Lamb of God. Check out the screens here!"

You can also catch I.N.C. live on the following dates:

4/7 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar w/ Onslaught – Doors @ 8pm
4/14 Orlando, FL @ WJRR’s Earthday Birthday at Tinker Field w/ Godsmack, Trivium
4/19 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz w/ M-16 “Jose Mangin's Hard Attack Thursdayz”

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I.N.C. Announces New Drummer

Connecticut/New York thrash metal band Indestructible Noise Command is pleased to announce the inclusion of new full-time drummer, 19-year-old Berklee student Kyle Sheperd.

“It's amazing to think that I just left Berklee and the first band I get into is Indestructible Noise Command and a couple months later we are playing with bands like Godsmack and Onslaught. I am looking forward to this opportunity; it's going to be an amazing experience,” states Sheperd.

Indestructible Noise Command recently added brand new U.S. dates to the band's upcoming performance schedule. The group will make appearances on April 7th at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY, April 14th at WJRR’s Earthday Birthday at Tinker Field in Orlando, FL, and on April 19th at Dingbatz in Clifton, NJ as part of Jose Mangin's Hard Attack Thursdayz. This is your only chance to see I.N.C. in the states this spring, so get your tickets now. See below for information. More...

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I.N.C. Announces New Live Shows

Connecticut/New York thrash metal band Indestructible Noise Command has just added brand new U.S. dates to the group's upcoming performance schedule. I.N.C. will make appearances on April 7th at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY, April 14th at WJRR’s Earthday Birthday at Tinker Field in Orlando, FL, and on April 19th at Dingbatz in Clifton, NJ as part of Jose Mangin's Hard Attack Thursdayz. Details are as follows:

4/7 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar w/ Onslaught – Doors @ 8pm
4/14 Orlando, FL @ WJRR’s Earthday Birthday at Tinker Field w/ Godsmack, Trivium, and more
4/19 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz w/ M-16 “Jose Mangin's Hard Attack Thursdayz”

I.N.C. recently signed with Extreme Management Group (EMG), also known for representing Suffocation, Origin, and more. I.N.C. is currently in the studio recording new material and recently tapped ex-Chimaira drummer Kevin Talley to crush behind the kit on the upcoming release.

The band released the new album, "Heaven Sent… Hellbound," on August 23rd, 2011 with Rising Records with distribution through Candlelight Records. The album is produced by world-famous record producer Fredrik Nordström (At the Gates, In Flames, Opeth) and the artwork is illustrated by artist Sam Shearon (Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie, Fear Factory).

For more information on I.N.C. head over to the band's Facebook profile.

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I.N.C. Posts "Swallowed" Video Clip

Indestructible Noise Command and Revolvermag.com have teamed up to bring fans the debut of aq new music video for "Swallowed," cut from the band’s new album "Heaven Sent…Hellbound" (reviewed here). Check out the video clip below.

"Heaven Sent…Hellbound" is set to release next Tuesday, August 23rd on Rising Records with distribution through Candlelight Records.

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Indestructible Noise Command Posts Remixed Song

Connecticut/New York thrash metal group Indestructible Noise Command and KMFDM’s Sascha Konietzko recently teamed up to remix and release the Stripper Pole Remix of "The Good Bones Stay Down." The original track can be found on the band’s new release, Heaven Sent…Hellbound (reviewd here).

Indestructible Noise Command and Candlelight Records have teamed up to distribute the band’s upcoming full-length release, "Heaven Sent…Hellbound," on its new release date of August 9th, 2011. The album is being released on Rising Records, and is the band’s first full-length offering in over 20 years.

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More Metal Songs Hit The Rock Band Network

After several disappointing weeks with less variety in the metal department, this Friday's roundup of new Rock Band Network tracks includes offerings from Amberian Dawn, Black Guard, Ill Nino, Indestructible Noise Command, and Otep. The PS3 edition will also get music from Andromeda and Tesseract starting on the 21st.

The complete list of newly added Xbox 360 songs, including even the non-metal tracks, is as follows:

Metal

Amberian Dawn - "Come Now Follow" (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Come Now Follow" (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Field of Serpents" (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Field of Serpents" (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Sampo" (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Sampo" (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Talisman" (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Talisman" (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP)
Blackguard - "A Blinding Light" (160 MSP)
Blackguard - "A Blinding Light" (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP)
Ill Niño - "Against The Wall" (160 MSP)
Indestructible Noise Command - "Rain" (2x Bass Pedal) (160 MSP)
Otep - "Fists Fall" (160 MSP)
Where The Ocean Meets The Sky - "The Mettle of a Man" (160 MSP) More...

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More Metal Songs Added To The Rock Band Network

This week's round up of metal tracks added to the Rock Band Network include new offerings from Blackguard, Winds of Plague, Amberian Dawn, and Indestructible Noise Command. Due to issues with the Playstation Network in some areas, only select tracks may be available for the PS3 edition.

The complete list of newly added Rock Band Network songs, including the non-metal tracks, is as follows:

Metal

Amberian Dawn - "My Only Star" (160 MSP)
Blackguard - "This Round's On Me" (160 MSP)
Indestructible Noise Command - "Rain" (160 MSP)
Winds of Plague - "California" (160 MSP)

Indie Rock

Killbody Tuning - "Bamberg" (160 MSP)
Killbody Tuning - "Marker of Change" (160 MSP)

Pop/Dance/Electronic

Aesthetic Perfection - "The Devil's in the Details" (160 MSP)
Magnus 'SoulEye' Pålsson - "Pressure Cooker" (80 MSP) More...

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I.N.C. Posts Behind-The-Scenes Footage

Indestructible Noise Command and Candlelight Records have teamed up to distribute the band’s upcoming full-length release, "Heaven Sent…Hellbound," on it’s new release date of August 9th, 2011. The album is being released on Rising Records, and is the band’s first full-length offering in over 20 years.

Indestructible Noise Command wrapped up on shooting two new music videos for the singles "Fist of Fascista" and "Swallowed" a few weeks ago in Brooklyn, NY. A new “behind-the-scenes” video is also now available for viewing below, courtesy of MetalInjection.net. Watch the video below to check out the guys discussing the shoot and taking part in general tomfoolery on the rooftops of Williamsburg. The video was shot by director Russell Hasenauer, and the “behind-the-scenes” footage was edited by Kevin Juliff.

Metalunderground.com's review of the album is also available for viewing here.


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Metalhit Offering New Free Compilation

Digital download store Metalhit.com has launched its second monthly compilation to be available for free download worldwide. Owner, Mike Riddick, comments:

“What’s unique about these monthly compilations is that they feature as-of-yet unreleased tracks from metal bands spanning a variety of genres. Metalheads want to be ‘in the know’ on the latest titles, and what better way to do this than to offer up legal downloads of the latest from metal’s greatest labels...days-to-weeks before their official release!”

Metalhit’s second compilation includes 11 downloadable tracks from Acephalix, Autopsy, Inevitable End, Indestructible Noise Command, Vreid, Amorphis, Tyr, Gamma Ray, Bleeding Fist, Flame and Gallhammer. The compilation can be downloaded at this location. A new set of unreleased free songs will be be made available in mid-June.

Visitors to Metalhit’s site may also enter to win a free copy of Autopsy's latest CD, “Macabre Eternal,” courtesy of Peaceville Records.

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Indestructible Noise Command To Film Video

Thrash metal band Indestructible Noise Command is scheduled to film a new music video for the single "Swallowed" this weekend. The video is being shot by director Russell Hasenauer in Brooklyn, NY on a building rooftop. "Swallowed" describes the idea of fame often leading to addiction, and this will be depicted in the video through actors and the band themselves.

Revolver Magazine recently debuted an exclusive new track titled "Fist of Fascista." "Fist of Fascista" is cut from the band’s upcoming full-length release hitting stores on May 24th, 2011, "Heaven Sent… Hellbound." The release is being produced by world-famous record producer Fredrik Nordström (At the Gates, In Flames, Opeth), and the artwork is illustrated by artist Sam Shearon (Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie, Fear Factory).

Fans can watch the first music video released from the album, entitled "God Loves Violence," at this location.

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Indestructible Noise Command Streaming New Song

Thrash act Indestructible Noise Command and Revolver Magazine are pleased to unveil an exclusive new track, "Fist of Fascista," at Revolvermag.com here. The debut is part of Revolvermag.com’s monthly ‘Revolver Bootleg Series’ which features new, rare, and exclusive music. "Fist of Fascista" is cut from the band’s upcoming full-length release hitting stores on May 24th, 2011, "Heaven Sent… Hellbound." The release is being produced by Fredrik Nordström (At the Gates, In Flames, Opeth), and the artwork is illustrated by artist Sam Shearon (Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie, Fear Factory).

“This track blends two of our favorite pastimes, the love of old school metal and grinding angels in a blender,” states guitarist Erik Barath. “After so many years of being away, it’s an honor to get some love from such a respected metal magazine. I hope you guys enjoy our Revolvermag.com debut!”

“I'm very excited to see Indestructible Noise Command kicking ass and taking names,” adds bassist Sam Roon. “Each track on the new album gets more brutal than the last and there are few places that can handle the onslaught. I'm glad to see Revolver Magazine supporting heavy music and giving the fans this track premiere on the site. This is just a taste of what's to come.”

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Indestructible Noise Command Announces EP, Video

Internationally established thrash metal act INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND has announced the release of their new "Bleed the Line" EP, available now in digital format. Fans can download the record at iTunes or Amazon.com now. The "Bleed the Line" EP was written, recorded and produced by the band between the spring and summer of 2010, aside from the single "God Loves Violence," which was cut by seasoned producer Fredrik Nordström (At the Gates, In Flames, Opeth). The "Bleed the Line" EP is released on the band’s label, M90 Records, and is the first music that the band has released in 20 years. The artwork for the "Bleed the Line" EP was illustrated by Dennis Guevera.

Here's the EP's tracklisting:

1. God Loves Violence (Fredrik Nordström mix)
2. Bleed the Line
3. Rain (feat. Ron Thal of Guns N’ Roses)
4. Full Metal Jacket
5. If I Were President
6. Fueled By Regret

“It felt great being back in the studio after so long,” states lead guitarist Erik Barath. “It didn’t even feel like there was any rust, it just felt natural. It was also amazing to have Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal stop by and lay down a lead on Rain! That guy is an alien from another planet the way he plays guitar!”

INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND has just released the brand new music video for the single "God Loves Violence." An original music video depicting scenes of violence and war was posted on YouTube several months ago, but after receiving over 100,000 views in under two weeks, the video was banned. This new video was filmed by New York City based filmmaker Justin Johnson. Justin is known for his popular short political satire, Hillary in Bosnia, which has over 2.4 million views, and was featured on Fox News and other TV outlets.

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Indestructible Noise Command Posts New Video

Reformed thrash act Indestructible Noise Command has posted it's new music video online. The video, for the song "God Loves Violence," comes off the band's new album, "Bleed The Line."

You can view the video below:

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