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Below is our complete Viral Load 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.

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When Life in Metal Meets an Insidious Demise

“Respect in the scene-priceless
Money in my wallet-$0
Fame in the death metal scene-years of hard work mastering programming and guitar playing
Money in my wallet-$0
Car-doesn't exist
Bank account-yea right
Owe everyone under the sun-OF COURSE

KIDS DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND FORGET YOUR DREAMS, YOU'LL END UP LIKE ME, 35 WITH NOT A GOD DAMN THING BUT RESPECT IN A SCENE THAT HONESTLY DOESN'T GIVE 2 SHITS ABOUT YOU ANYWAY. FUCK THIS SHIT, I'M GETTING A JOB, I'M DONE WITH THIS.” More...

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The Goregrowler's Ball 5, Day 3

Death is just the beginning, so says the title of Nuclear Blast’s compilation series. In the case of The Goregrowler’s Ball 5, death was just the beginning on Friday. Once Sunday, the third and final day of the fest arrived, many were feeling death was never ending. After three days of having one’s body blasted by the hardest, fastest and loudest music known to man, a headache or two afflicted more than one of the band members and ticket purchasers. Due to little seating, the vendors claimed most of the seating inside, many found a curb or fence to rest their ailing backs and feet.

Those taking in all three days were not about to give in to their fatigue, though. While just about everyone took occasional retreats to the parking lot to recharge at their cars (and party), most third-day attendees hung in to the very end. These metal warriors conjured the strength to bang bodies (even after massive bruising) one more time during Suffocation’s closing set.

Unfortunately, the number of purchases at the door was significantly less than the first two days. Hirax and Brutal Truth made climatic performances. Even before taking in our first act of the day, The Goregrowler’s Ball lone stoner/doom band, Pill Crusher, we felt something was amiss. According to a post on promoter Aaron Mendiola’s Facebook page, Sunday continued the trend of the previous days with a headcount fewer than 100 paying customers. The number of band members, vendors and sponsors gave the false impression of more money being exchanged. Because of the poor turn out, bands weren’t paid, a custom guitar was taken away from its raffle and raffle ticket holders weren’t refunded their money, and bands cancelled. More...

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Viral Load Releases Anthology

Celebrating 10 years of keeping it brutal and sick, Viral Load has released the CD "Decade of Deepwoods Debauchery". It will feature re-recorded versions of songs off of all four CD's, and will feature James King (Unmerciful) on drums and is mastered by James Murphy. Check out songs from the anthology on the band's MySpace page, plus the title video below. More...

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Woods of Ypres Drops Off Goregrowler's Ball

Due to contract obligations with their record label, Woods of Ypres is forced to cancel their appearance at this year's Goregrowler's Ball. The band will be writing and recording a new album instead and apologizes to their fans for this cancellation and promised to make it up.

Replacing Woods of Ypres on this Metalunderground.com-sponsored festival will be Dehumanized, who has not played a live show in nearly ten years.

Tickets for the fifth annual Goregrowler's Ball are on sale now. The event is set to take place in San Antonio, Texas on November 18-20, 2011.

The latest bands confirmed are as follows: More...

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Putrid Pile and Viral Load MP3s For Free Download

Metal Maniacs, in partnership with Relapse Records, is offering up two unreleased tracks from the forthcoming split CD between PUTRID PILE and VIRAL LOAD. Head on over to download MP3s of Putrid Pile's “Satisfying the Dead” and Viral Load's “Methlab Machete Massacre.”

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