Metal News for October 20, 2011
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Swedish stoner doom metal band One Inch Giant is currently streaming songs from their recent release "Malva" on it's MySpace page. Below is a video for one of the new songs, "Treasures that Betray." More...
Michoacan, Mexico thrash legends Transmetal have released their new album "Decadencia en la Modernidad." The album features twelve tracks and the singing of new vocalist Christ Mempar. Below is "Las Oraciones Caen del Desfiladero," one of the many tracks from it featured on YouTube. More...
Indiana based black metal duo Ptahil has disseminated a video teaser and commercial for the band's upcoming new full-length, "For His Satanic Majesty’s Glory." You can check out the clips below. "For His Satanic Majesty’s Glory" is slated for a November 14th, 2011 release via Wraith Productions.
With the release of Chickenfoot's second full-length release, "III," the band is following up with a new video for the track "Three And A Half Letters (I Need A Job)." You can check out the clip below, or find the previously posted "Big Foot" video clip at
Christian metal act In The Midst Of Lions has posted a new song online titled “Cry Of The Oppressed” via the band's Facebook page. Click here to check out the newtrack.
In the Midst of Lions' new album “Shadows” will be released on November 22nd, 2011. A limited run of vinyl has been made for the album with 150 copies on gold vinyl and 350 on white vinyl. Pre-orders are available at this location.
Gothenburg, Sweden based metallers Age of Woe will showcase new songs live at Belly of the Whale Studios (Brewhouse – Gothenburg, Sweden) this Friday the 21st of October at 19.00 Central European Time (1pm EST).
This exclusive studio performance will be for a limited amount of people only – as the band will perform at Henriksberg (Gothenburg, Sweden) later that night and the performance will be posted as a live stream for audiences worldwide directly from the studio at this location.
Age of Woe will release its self-titled debut digitally in all major web-retail outlets and streaming services on November 14th via Pivotal Rockordings. "Age of Woe" was recorded and mixed at Belly of the Whale Studio in Gothenburg with Carlos Sepulveda and mastered by Ulf Blomberg of HoboRec. The track listing is as follows:
1. We Are Dead
2. The Antagonist
3. No Remorse
U.S. solo metal act Autumns Eyes has posted a video recap from the final day at Rock and Shock 2011. You can check out the clip below.
In conjunction with the Rock and Shock appearance, Autumns Eyes is also running a Halloween costume contest sponsored by Metalunderground.com. The current entries and information on entering the contest are available here.
Autumns Eyes will also soon be releasing the new album “Please Deceive Me.” The track listing is as follows:
2. Blood In the Woods
3. Anxiety Spiders
4. Please Deceive Me
5. So Close to Shadow
7. Cobwebs and Crosses
8. Red Wine and Resin
9. Haunting Your Daughter
10. The Wooded Road
Greek act Hedon Cries has released the band's third album "The End of the Path is Nigh" and is now offering the release as a free download online. You can download the full album by heading over to the official Hedon Cries website at this location.
"The End Of The Path Is Nigh" has the following track listing:
1. Like Snow In Her Hand
2. In Deep Red
3. Your Morbid Figure
4. Four Tears, Four Daemons
5. I Hate You
6. Forgotten Beauty
7. Never Again
8. In A White Page
9. Touching The Void
Black metal act Death Shroud has announced guitars will be tracked this coming Saturday for the band's new full-length album "At Dusk We Rise." The track listing for the release will be as follows:
1. At dusk we rise
4. Lord Death
6. Men of Mildewed Minds
7. Dead Inside
8. Our will be done (Remastered)
More information on Death Shroud's music can be found through the band's official Facebook profile here.
Riot is set to release the new album "Immortal Soul" worldwide via SPV/Steamhammer in the coming weeks. The release dates are as follows:
Scandinavia October 26th
Germany/Austria/Switzerland October 28th
Rest of Europe October 31st
US/Canada November 22nd
In anticipation of the upcoming release, Noisecreep is hosting an exclusive premiere of the track "Sins of the Father." Get a first listen at this location. Riot also recenlty posted another song online titled "Still Your Man," with details available here. The album's track listing is as follows:
2. Still Your Man
4. Wings Are For Angels
5. Fall Before Me
6. Sins Of The Father
8. Immortal Soul
10. Whiskey Man
Stray From The Path will be kicking off a tour on October 26th with The Acacia Strain and Terror, with full details on the dates and venues available below. You can also find more information on the band its touring plans through the Stray From The Path Facebook profile.
Oct 26 Northern Lights Clifton Park, NY
Oct 27 ELEANORE RIGBYS Jermyn, PA
Oct 28 The Altar Bar Pittsburgh, PA
Oct 29 The Outland Columbus, OH
Oct 30 The Magic Stick Detroit, MI
Oct 31 The Emerson Theater Indianapolis, IN
Nov 01 Vaudeville Mews Des Moines, IA
Nov 02 The Commons Omaha, NE
Nov 03 Summit Music Hall Denver, CO
Nov 04 In the Venue Salt Lake City, UT
Nov 05 The Venue Boise, ID
Nov 06 THE A CLUB Spokane, WA
Nov 07 El Corazon Seattle, WA
Nov 08 Hawthorne Theater Portland, OR
Nov 10 Oakland Metro Oakland, CA
Nov 11 Chain Reaction Anaheim, CA
Nov 12 Chain Reaction Anaheim, CA
Nov 13 Soma San Diego, CA
Nov 14 The Clubhouse Music Venue Tempe, AZ
Nov 16 Warehouse Live Houston, TX
Nov 17 Emo's Austin, TX
Nov 18 White Rabbit San Antonio, TX
Nov 19 The Door Dallas, TX
Nov 20 The Marquee Tulsa, OK
Nov 21 Pop's East St Louis, IL
Nov 22 Mojoes Chicago, IL
California's Edge of Paradise has posted a music video online for the song "Mask," which is the title track off the band's debut album of the same name. You can watch the video clip below, or find more details on Edge of Paradise through the band's official website here.
Portland, Oregon's Spellcaster has announced a string of upcoming west coast tour dates starting on November 11th, 2011. Full details on the run are available in the tour poster below, or you can find more info on Spellcaster via the band's Facebook profile.
The dark, dank halls of Red 7 summoned the youthful masses to see two leading groups of today’s breakdown-heavy metal scene. Speaking of dank, weed grinding death metallers, Cannabis Corpse complimented The Black Dahlia’s core-meets-death sound with a more traditional, Florida death metal offering. Although Red 7 didn’t overcrowd the bill with locals—The Black Dahlia Murder, All Shall Perish and Cannabis Corpse were afforded long set times—a lone local band warmed up the PA system. I didn’t catch this group’s name nor can I “breakdown” their performance. What I can say, though, is their bouncy, burlesque sound proved the ideal style for the night’s lime-lighted acts.
In the case of Red 7’s lighting system, the colored-coded adage listed above denotes strict figurative usage. Fluorescent light bulbs could have been a fitting source of light for Cannabis Corpse and equally illuminated the group. The stoners blazing blunts at the front of the stage meant even lesser light for photography. Those out of range from smelling the sweet leaf might have thought, “Wow, they’re using dry ice! Nice fog effect!” Rolling audio brutality into symmetrically shaped jibs, the Virginia-based band force-fed the crowd a meal of slamming grooves, katana-bladed guitar tones and slick bass solos.
Andy 'Weedgrinder' Horn pushed out screams owing to George Fisher’s vile-natured highs and Chris Barnes indecipherable lows. Instead of utilizing known fill-in words such Tom G. Warrior’s famous “Heeey” or Rob Zombies “Yeaaah,” Weedgrinder threw out quick, fitting phrases such as “get high.” Led by the Hall brothers--Municipal Waste bassist, Phil “Landphil” Hall and drummer Josh 'HallHammer' Hall, the quartet’s frenetic head banging super-charged Mary Jane horror film scenarios songs. “Blazing” through material from such Cannibal Corpse parodied albums as “Tubes of the Resonated” and “Blunted at Birth,” set highlights included “Sentenced to Burn One,” “Dead by Bong” and set closer “Skull Full of Bong Hits.” More...
Guitar World has posted a video interview online with Anders Nystrom from Katatonia, which was conducted at the Mayan in Los Angeles, CA on October 19th, 2011. The interview features Katatonia discussing its tour with Opeth, as well as the possibility of another Bloodbath album. Check out the clip below.
The Browning has posted a release video online for the "Burn This World" album (reviewed here), which can be viewed below. The band also commented on the clip:
"The Browning released the album Burn This World via Earache Records on October 4th 2011 - this video is documentation of that special day! Pick up a copy at a store near you, or order from Earache.com."
Vancouver's Skull Hammer has issued the following announcement about an upcoming run of western Canadian tour dates in support of the "Destroyers of the Faith" album:
"We will be hitting the road with our brothers Nylithia this winter to promote the release of our full length album 'Destroyers of the Faith.'
"We will be playing 5 dates in western Canada from November 30th to December 4th. (Vancouver, Kelowna, Calgary, Edmonton and Kamloops) So if you want to party and bang your head to some good ol school thrash we'll see ya there!"
You can also check out Skull Hammer's music by navigating your browser to the band's MySpace page.
Steel Panther has posted behind-the-scenes footage online from a photo shoot for the release of the new album "Balls Out." You can check out the video clip below. "Balls Out" is set for release on November 1st, 2011.
The track listing is as follows:
1. In The Future
2. Supersonic Sex Machine
3. Just Like Tiger Woods
4. 17 Girls In A Row
5. If You Really Really Love Me
6. It Won’t Suck Itself
7. Tomorrow Night
8. Why Can’t You Trust Me
9. That’s What Girls Are For
10. Gold Digging Whore
11. I Like Drugs
13. Let Me Come In
14. Weenie Ride
New Jersey's East of the Wall will commence a month-long U.S. tour this week in support of the band's latest full-length, "The Apologist." Promoting the kickoff of the tour, BrooklynVegan is now streaming "The Apologist" in its entirety right here.
The band's upcoming tour dates are as follows:
10/21/2011 The Saint – Asbury Park, NJ [record release] w/ Abacinate
10/22/2011 Union Pool – Brooklyn, NY [record release/CMJ event] w/ Dysrhythmia
10/24/2011 Vintage Vinyl – Fords, NJ [record release]
10/25/2011 Gooski’s – Pittsburg, PA w/ Tidal Arms, Sistered
10/26/2011 Annabell’s Bar & Lounge – Akron, OH w/ Tidal Arms, Eagle Claw
10/27/2011 ***Booking help needed*** Indianapolis/Fort Wayne, IN or Detroit, MI
10/28/2011 Memories – Chicago, IL w/ Tidal Arms, Arbogast, Without Waves, Heaving Mass
10/29/2011 Stages Live – Waterloo, IA w/ Iron Thrones, Astral Space, Anno Domine
10/30/2011 Triple Rock Social Club – Minneapolis, MN w/ Iron Thrones, Earthrise
10/31/2011 The New Direction – Fargo, ND w/ Iron Thrones
11/01/2011 Latitude 44 – Sioux Falls, SD
11/02/2011 The Bourbon Theater – Lincoln, NE w/ Masses
11/03/2011 Old Curtis Street Bar – Denver, CO w/ Goes Cube, Adai, Iron Horse
11/04/2011 Rock Bottom Bar – Rock Springs, WY w/ American Apogee, Cellar Door Protocol
11/05/2011 Burt’s Tiki Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT w/ American Apogee, Cellar Door Protocol
11/06/2011 Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor – Reno, NV w/ Cranium, Knightfall
11/07/2011 ***Booking help needed*** San Francisco/Oakland/Sacramento/Bakersfield, CA
11/08/2011 Coconuts – Capistrano Beach, CA w/ Black Sheep Wall, White Arms of Athena,
11/09/2011 Vacation Vinyl – Los Angeles, CA (early show)
11/09/2011 Three Clubs – Los Angeles, CA w/ Black Sheep Wall, White Arms Of Athena
11/10/2011 TBA – Phoenix, AZ w/ White Arms Of Athena
11/11/2011 Warehouse 21 – Albuquerque, NM w/ White Arms Of Athena
11/12/2011 ***Booking help needed*** Amarillo/Lubbock, TX w/ White Arms Of Athena
11/13/2011 The Door – Dallas, TX w/ White Arms of Athena, Baring Teeth, Lizard Professor
11/14/2011 ***Booking help needed***- Little Rock, AR w/ White Arms Of Athena
11/15/2011 The Squeaky Lizard – Hattiesburg, MS w/ Quiet Hands, Ostrov
11/16/2011 Siberia – New Orleans, LA w/ Lazarus Heart
11/17/2011 The Farside – Tallahassee, FL w/ Dickicker
11/18/2011 Cool Hand Luc’s – Fort Myers, FL w/ Dickkicker, Enchiridion, Feanor
11/19/2011 Will’s Pub – Orlando w/ Dickicker, Ether, With My Bear Hands, Narcissist
11/20/2011 Club 2 Ten – Savannah, GA w/ Meek Is Murder, Howler, Indian Giver
11/21/2011 The Milestone – Charlotte, NC w/ Meek Is Murder, Mr. Invisible
11/22/2011 Strange Matter – Richmond, VA w/ Meek Is Murder, Hex Machine
Napalm Records has checked in with the following announcement about inking a deal with The Sorrow:
"The Austrian metalcore band The Sorrow has joined the Napalm Records ranks and is currently working on their fourth album, which will be released in early 2012! The Sorrow has played more than 300 shows and festival gigs (including Wacken, With Full Force, Summerbreeze, Masters of Rock, Gods Of Metal, FME, etc.) in the past 4 years, making them one of the most active internationally-renowned German live acts around."
The Sorrow's guitarist Andy Mäser also commented: "We are thrilled about the cooperation with the entire Napalm team and are happy to have found a new 'partner in crime' after numerous successful years in the business."
Head over to The Sorrow's official Facebook profile at this location for more details on the band.
Capital Chaos has posted a video interview online with Black Tide's Zakk Sandler at the Uproar festival near Sacramento, CA. You can check out the video clip in the player provided below. Further information on Black Tide is available through the band's Facebook profile.
Warbringer has posted a new tour diary online through Decibel Magazine. An excerpt from the blog follows:
"Hello out there. Kevill here again, coming to you from some bar in Manhattan where I have found a place to actually sit down and write. Finding a spot took some time, and I had to buy a fucking $7 beer (seriously, what the hell?), but now it is time to recap on the past week of the tour.
"So the show went off in Florida, where we proceeded to go to a hotel with our pals in Landmine Marathon (everyone on the tour is total bro-dude-pals by now, horrible gay jokes abound. That seems to be the truly consistent mark of tour-brotherhood, for some reason). This had been going on all afternoon as it was Adam’s birthday, but I missed the afternoon festivities to write the last one of these. We stayed up ‘til 5:30 or something drinking cheap beer, and Travis aka Richard, our merch guy, did some prank calls, which he is kind of legendary for. Usually just playing the typical Richard character, who’s a good ‘ol American trucker who calls the waitresses 'sweetheart' at Denny’s all across the South. But for the one in New York, he does his best/worst New Yorker accent and goes, 'Ey can I have a grand slam, ah?,' and the guy at Denny’s responds immediately 'Ey, FUCK YOU! Ah?' and hangs up the phone. Stereotypes time and time again prove themselves to be hilariously true.
"Next day is Atlanta, where we once again play the Masquerade. This venue is an old sawmill or something, and has the dubious honor of having some of the most consistently foul bathrooms of any venue I have ever played. I saw a full blown flood in one of them once…Definitely was not pretty. But the place itself is goddamn cool, there’s all this rusted old machinery lying around outside, and I spent some time examining it and trying to determine its purpose. No luck. It is a bit of a labyrinth in general, I wouldn’t be surprised if there are some rooms in there no one has seen for years, with some forgotten skeletons in them or something. We are playing the stage called 'hell' this time. It was a rager.
"After the show, Lazarus AD, Diamond Plate, and us go and drive about 40 miles to the nearest truckstop we can find and park in a closed-off formation so that there is a wide space between the vehicles that no one else can see. We proceed to break out the 30 pack and start partying in a truckstop parking lot. Diamond Plate, being young lads, of course do not partake, and of course none of the rest of us force those poor young boys to drink the beer-horn. We are all civilized here. Hahaha, those dudes got wasted."
Read the full article at Decibel Magazine.
German act Caliban has issued the following brief announcement about finishing the recording of a new album and shooting a new music video:
"As you all know we have finished all recordings of our new album. Tomorrow morning we will head to Saarbrücken for the next 2 days to shoot our new video.
"We are super stoked and we hope you are too!!! Some pics of the shoot will follow within the next days."
You can find more details on Caliban, and listen to songs streaming online, by heading over to the band's Facebook profile.
Instrumental metal act Blotted Science has posted a video clip online syncing up the song "Cretaceous Chasm" with a scene from the film "King Kong." You can check out the clip below. The track is taken from the band's new EP "The Animation Of Entomology," which was released earlier this month.
MyChildren MyBride is currently in the studio at Planet Z in Hadley, MA with producer Zeuss (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, Soulfly, Unearth). The band has now posted the first in a series of studio updates online, which can be viewed below. Stay tuned for more updates from the recording process for the band's upcoming release.
Sister has posted a teaser clip online for the band's upcoming "Bullshit & Backstabbing" music video, which can be viewed below. Sister will also be supporting GWAR on a European tour, with full details on the run available here.
Swedish gothic/down-tempo doom band Morito Ergo Sum has posted a promo video for the song "This Selfish Act," which will be featured on it's "Moonchild" EP. The release date is slated for November 7th. Morito Ergo Sum is also offering a free download of it's entire "I Die, Therefore I Am" demo on it's MySpace page. More...
Opeth mainman Mikael Åkerfeldt was interviewed by the co-hosts of the Metal Shop radio show on KISW when the band played in Seattle on October 15th. In the video below, Mikael discusses audience response to the sound of the band's new album "Heritage" (reviewed here), whether he feels Opeth belongs to the current metal scene, and more.
Lacrimas Profundere will be releasing the new digital single "Lips" on November 11th, 2011. The single includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks - "I Don't Care (The Downward Remix)" and "A Plea (Basement Sessions)." A video clip will also be included with the release.
Sweden's One Without has posted new behind-the-scenes video footage from the making of the upcoming "Nothing To You" music video. You can check out the clip below.
In other news, One Without will also be joining Dead by April on a European tour in December. Full details on the run of shows are available by heading over to this location.
Ancient Bards has announced the new album "Soulless Child" is due out on November 18th, 2011. The band has now posted a sampler clip online featuring snippets from the songs on the album, which can be heard in the player below.
The track listing for "Soulless Child" is as follows:
1. Struggle For Life
2. To The Master Of Darkness
3. Gates Of Noland
4. Broken Illusion
5. All That Is True
6. Valiant Ride
7. Dinanzi Al Flagello
8. Soulless Child
9. Through My Veins
10. Hope Dies Last
U.K. extreme metal band Cradle of Filth posted a third documentary trailer for the DVD portion of the forthcoming "Evermore Darkly..." extended EP/DVD. The extended EP was released via Nuclear Blast Records on October 18, 2011 (North America) and will be released on October 24, 2011 (EU).
Check out the trailer here:
Reunited U.K. metal outfit Wolfsbane announced that the much anticipated comeback album will be entitled "Wolfsbane Saves The World" and will be released on April 2012.
The album artwork is shown here:
Californian blues-rockers Rival Sons have posted a new music video for the song "All Over The Road" from the band's latest album, "Pressure & Time," which was released on June 20th.
Check out the video here:
Bëehler, the band fronted by Dan Bëehler, former vocalist/drummer for Canadian thrash legends Exciter, announced that the release date for debut album "Messages To The Dead" will be December 5, 2011 through High Roller Records.
The track listing for "Messages To The Dead":
1. Jet Black
2. March Of Death
3. Eternal Tormentor
4. Messages To The Dead
5. Destitude Abuser
6. In We Trust Know One
7. Organized Mayhem
10. Save Me From Myself
11. Kill The Witch
12. The End Of The World
Austrian traditional metal band Mortician announced that it will release its debut album "Mortician" on November 25, 2011 through Pure Underground Records. The band was originally created in 1983, but split up in 1990 after issuing a couple of demos and EP "No War." Guitarist Thomas "Tommy Lee" Metzler and vocalist Daniel Khan went on to form the power metal band Art Of Fear, who subsequently split in 2009 only to resurrect Mortician.
The track listing for "Mortician" is:
1. Change Your Behavior
2. Prepare For Death
3. Reflection Of Your Soul
5. Metal Worship
6. Dead Beauty
7. No Light
8. Speed ??Addict
9. Street Warrior (Live)
10. No War (Live)
11. Sacrifice Of Sin (Live)
Hard Rock band Reckless Love posted a new video for the title track of the band's second LP "Animal Attraction" released on October 5, 2011.
Check out the video here:
Iced Earth guitarist Jon Schaffer posted a second guitar instruction video showing how to play the main riff from the song "Violate." The video is part of a bonus content DVD of for the December 2011 issue of Guitar World.
Iced Earth's new LP "Dystopia" is available now through Century Media Records.
Check out the video here:
Canadian melodic black/death metal band Before The Black Gates has signed to Archaic North Entertainment. The band "takes inspiration from Norwegian black metal bands such as Mayhem, Emperor and Gorgoroth, while injecting a melodic death metal influence. The result is a sound that combines chilling atmospheric riffs with devestating heaviness." Prior to the signing the band recorded its debut release "The Path of Torment." A new release is planned soon.
Check out some of the band's music here:
German melodic death metal act Night In Gales is currently streaming the new track "Days Of The Mute" through the Lifeforce Records Facebook Page at this location.
The track appears on the band's fifth LP entitled "Five Scars," which is due out November 7th, 2011 (Europe) and November 8th, 2011 (North America).
Check out our review of "Five Scars" located here.
Epic Chilean pagan metal band Sagas, featuring members of the now disbanded Runepath, has finally released a new song. "A Cold Journey on the Icy Fields" is featured right here, and the upcoming album is tentatively titled "Despair Under the Stars." More...
German symphonic metal band Voices of Destiny announced that it's as of yet untitled second full-length release for Massacre Records is complete. The album is the follow up to the 2010 release "From the Ashes" and was recorded at Krabbesackduschder Studios. The artwork for the new LP will be created by Jan Yrlund (Darkgrove Design).
The band documented the recording sessions, some of which can be seen at this location. Guitarist Christopher Gutjahr had the following comments on the recording:
"I have mixed feelings. On one hand it’s great to know that you gave your best and created something special, on the other hand it’s some kind of sad because recording means also a lot of fun. Now it’s time for Andy to mix and master the songs and I can’t wait to hear the result because I’m damn sure it will be an awesome heavy sound!"
Sweden's Days of Anger has announced that the band is currently shooting a second music video for an undisclosed track from the band's debut release "Death Path" released earlier this year through Massacre Records. The band also revealed that songs for the sophomore release are almost completed.
For a taste of Days of Anger, check out the first music video for the track "One Way Ticket Down to Hell."
Icelandic band Sólstafir performed new song "Fjara" for a TV broadcast "Kastljós" ("Spotlight") in Iceland on October 19, 2011. The song appears on the band's new LP "Svartir Sandar" (reviewed at this location). The album was released this past Friday, October 14th in Europe and this past Tuesday, October 18th in North America.
Check out the footage of the performance here:
Germany's Dezperadoz (a/k/a Desperados) announced that a new album is in the works for 2012. The band features guitarist/vocalist Alex Kraft of Onkel Tom and plays a unique brand of "western metal" drawing themes from the old 1970's spaghetti westerns. Onkel Tom Angelripper (Sodom) himself provided vocals on the bands debut in 2000, then known as Desperados, entitled "The Dawn Of Dying." Subsequently, the band released two additional LP's under the new moniker, "The Legend and the Truth" (2006) and "Eye for an Eye" in 2008.
The band recently announced on Facebook, through the official Onkel Tom page, that they are back on Drakkar Records to record a new LP for 2012 and begin recording next week. The album is tentatively scheduled for a spring 2012 release.
Exhorder frontman Kyle Thomas has sent a message to Blabbermouth.net, in which he has announced that he, along with guitarist Jay Ceravolo, has decided to leave the group. His message reads as follows:
"On behalf of Jay Ceravolo [Exhorder guitarist] and myself, it is with much regret and disappointment that we are both leaving Exhorder.
"There is much darkness surrounding Exhorder at this time due to business and personal differences.
"We extend deep apologies to those that this has both inconvenienced and disappointed.
"In the wake of the passing of [Exhorder bassist] Frankie Sparcello [in March] and the constant state of disarray that the band has found itself in since reforming, the negatives have far outweighed the positives. We both feel that this is what we must do, and wish that things could have turned out better, as Exhorder has never attained the potential that it so rightfully should have.
"I wish all of my brothers involved well and good luck in whatever the future brings them, whether or not Exhorder continues."