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Last updated on November 29, 2014 at 2:36 AM ET
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Death metal outfit Pit Of Carnage - which became a duo earlier this month after parting ways with vocalist Kasper Hansen - has a new music video out.
Check out a clip for the title track off upcoming album "The Rise Of The Fallen King" below. The new album will see release via CDN Records, with further details forthcoming.
Unleashing the self-produced debut EP "A Worms Demise" on December 2nd, Canadian blackened death metal band Conquer is offering fans a second free download off the release. Pick up a copy of "Hell's First Born" at this location.
Vocalist Devlin Anderson comments: "'Hell's First Born' is one of my favorite songs to play. It represents the constant duality between good and evil. It's from the point of view of Archdemon who is born from darkness and sees the ideals of Heaven as unjust and feels as though the fallen angels have been given a raw deal. Musically it will appeal to fans of bands like Morbid Angel, Angelcorpse and Black Witchery."
The EP's track listing is as follows:
1. A Worms Demise (5:23)
2. Hell's First Born (4:59)
3. God Is The Destroyer (5:43) More...
Florida black metal outfit Kult ov Azazel has issued the following statement about missing an upcoming festival:
"It is with great regret that we have to cancel our appearance for Satan's Unholy Abomination III Fest due to a medical surgery that has been scheduled a week before.
"This will not leave enough time for recuperation before the festival so we've decided it is in the best interest of the band and the fans that we postpone until next year.
"We apologize to all that wished to see us there but we want to be firing on 666 cylinders when we play and do not wish to give our fans a lackluster performance with the new lineup. We hope you all understand." More...