Metal News for October 21, 2012
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9 news articles posted on this day.
Russian act With Ink Instead of Blood has released a new music video online for the track "The Misleader." Check out the video clip below, or find more info on With Ink Instead of Blood over at Facebook here.
Rellik, which features former Immolation drummer Craig Smilowski, has posted a new unmastered song online titled "Spiraling Infinite Chaos." Check out the track below. Rellik is:
Robert Piperno - Guitar
Steve McQuaid - Guitar
Matt Dwyer - Bass
Darrell Rapp - Vocals
Craig Smilowski - Drums More...
After posting a song based on Dario Argento's "The Three Mothers" films, Necrophagia has now released another track online based on Lucio Fulci's zombie films. Check out the song below, and the band commented:
"New song based on Lucio Fulci's Zombie aka Zombie Flesh Eater. This is a very rough demo recorded for the purpose of structuring the song and samples. There no real production values on this recording!"
Indiana's The Room Colored Charlatan has released a new track online titled "Reflections Part One," taken from the "Between Mirrors: The Quantum Immortality" album to be released later this year through Subliminal Groove Records. Check out the track below, or find more info on The Room Colored Charlatan over at Facebook here.
After previously posting two new tracks online, Spiteful Carnage has now uploaded another song for streaming via YouTube. Check out "Cry To Lucidity" in the player below, which will be appearing on an upcoming new EP from the band.
Factory of Dreams has posted a teaser trailer online for the band's upcoming new album and music video, which can be viewed below. Factory of Dreams comments:
"This short mysterious film serves as both a teaser trailer for the upcoming full video clip, but also as a stand-alone clip to show part of the story of the new album. As the main character lays down in the magical sand, a dark future unfolds, where sound devastates the land... Full video clip and new song/single to be released in a few weeks time. Stay tuned"
Monuments has released the new "Memoirs" single online, which is being sold to help defray the cost of bills for a cancer patient. The single can be purchased at this location or streamed in the player below. Monuments also commented:
"We will be releasing Memoirs via bandcamp as of 20th October. All proceeds will be going to our good friend Laura, who recently found out she has a condition called Pseudomyxoma Peritonei (or PMP), a rare form of cancer of the appendix that effects less than one in a million people. We will be releasing Memoirs to raise money for her as there are very few people in the world who are able to treat this condition and none are in the UK due to its rarity. She will have to travel abroad for the treatment and it will be extremely expensive.
"There will be a minimum donation of £2 for the track, however it'll be possible to give as much as you want, so please give generously. We would like to give a big shout out to Neema Askari, Joe Garret, John G. Sprich, James Monteith, Mel Schmidt, Steve Joh and everyone at Century Media for making this possible so quickly, Thank you. We'd like to raise awareness of this condition, because of it's extreme rarity, it is often misdiagnosed. For further information please read here." More...
Rebellion has released a new video clip for the song "Ala Germanica," which comes off the band's "Arminius - Furor Teutonicus" album, due out on October 26th, 2012 through Massacre Records. Check out the video clip below.
There’s probably no hardcore scene more famous than the one in New York. It’s produced legendary bands that have been going steadily for decades, such as Sick Of It All, as well as bands which have gone away, only to come back stronger than ever such as Agnostic Front. Another band that fits in the latter category is Long Island suburbanites, Vision Of Disorder. Vision Of Disorder was formed in 1992 by guitarist Mike Kennedy and Matt Baumbach, along with vocalist Tim Williams, drummer Brendon Cohen and bassist Mike Fleischmann, who left the band shortly after they formed, only to return a short time later. Following the release of numerous demos, the band got to work on an EP entitled, "Still," that proved to be something of a breakthrough release for the band, garnering a strong underground fan base. It was also while recording, "Still" that they partook in the documentary, "N.Y.H.C." alongside such bands as Madball, Crown Of Thornz and No Redeeming Social Value. The buzz around the group and their, "Still" record led them to sign a deal with Supersoul Records, a subsidiary of Roadrunner Records and they released their self-titled debut album in October 1996. The album was an underground hit, with many fans still considering it to be their best work to date and praising it for the innovative approach to traditional hardcore music.
The band then moved to Roadrunner Records itself, through which they released their sophomore effort, "Imprint" in July 1998. The album marked an important moment in the history of the group, receiving favourable reviews and becoming their best selling album to date, but alienated many of their old fans who were less than impressed with their new sound. Vision of Disorder were forced to record the album in only two weeks by Roadrunner, a move which did not sit well with the band and led to them leaving the company. Instead of working on new material, the quintet decided to re-record nine songs for their next CD, "For the Bleeders," which was released in 1999 through Go Kart Records. More...