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Metal News for October 31, 2015

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12 news articles posted on this day.

Korotory Calls It Quits

Korotory just posted this message online via Facebook about deciding to call it a day after existing for two decades:

"It is with a extremely heavy heart that we announce after 20 years we are disbanding Korotory... There is no long drawn out explanation or bad blood... actually it's quite the opposite, It's just the right time to do so.

"Thank you to every single person who has been in this band for their talents, Thank you to all the promoters, clubs, bands, radio stations/DJ's,fan pages, etc who have supported us and been like family to us over the last two decades but most of all thank you to the greatest fans in the world for pushing us for two decades. Much love and respect to you all!

"We all will continue with music one way or another and who knows what the future holds! Thank You ALL!"

Korotory's latest releases were the 2012 EP "Chapter III: The Conquering" and the 2010 full-length "God Less America." More...

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Untimely Demise Issues Album Update

Untimely Demise has checked in with the following update about progress on the band's upcoming new album:

"Hey everybody! The mixes of the new album tracks that producer/engineer Justin Bender has been sending us sound phenomenal to say the least. Very proud of how this new album is turning out.

"Thanks to everyone that has and continues to support our album Kickstarter campaign - had a huge day, with generous support from many friends and metal royalty like Terry Butler and Eric grief.

"Still have a few days left before the drive is complete so please pre-order the album and or exclusive tee if you haven't yet. Cheers and respect to you all."

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Ghost Posts Stephen Colbert Footage

This past Friday on the eve of Halloween, Swedish band Ghost made its late night television debut on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert with a rousing performance of the song "Cirice."

"Cirice" reached the Top 10 at radio at Active Rock and Mainstream Rock and is featured on the band's third album "Meliora," which debuted in the Top 10 (#8) on Billboard's Top 200 Album Charts.

Papa Emeritus III and his nameless ghouls have spent the past two months in North America delivering satanic melodies to audiences across the continent as part of the "Black To The Future" headlining tour. One stop of the trek was even nixed when Papa unfortunately lost a pope vs. pope battle against our friend Frankie. More...

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Fire At Colectiv In Romania Leads To 27 Deaths

A night club fire during a metal show in Bucharest, Romania last night has led to an estimated 27 dead and nearly 200 injured. The fire happened at the Colectiv nightclub as Goodbye To Gravity was celebrating the release of new album "Mantras of War."

According to Telegraph.co.uk, the fire broke out due to fireworks or some sort of on-stage pyrotechnics getting out of control, but there has been no official statement from anyone yet as to the exact cause.

Our condolences go out to the families of the deceased and injured, and we'll keep you updated as more information comes in. Were any of our European readers at the show and can you shed any light on what occurred? More...

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Logical Terror Recruits New Drummer

Logical Terror just checked in with the following brief announcement about recruiting a new live drummer:

"Welcome to the hell Federico Leone! Time for new energy and fresh new blood on stage, we're so happy to say that Federico Leone joined Logical Terror as our new live drummer for the next tour that will support the upcoming new album release."

Here you can find a video taken from band's latest show with newest member Federico Leone on drums:

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Battalion Of Saints Streaming Self-Titled 7"

Long-running West Coast punk icons Battalion of Saints today unloads a brand new self-titled 7" - listen in below.

Battalion of Saints was a major catalyst in accelerating the transition from the already upbeat, adrenaline-charged punk of the early 1980s in to feral, snarling hardcore punk of the highest quality and intensity.

New EP "Battalion Of Saints" is available through Southern Lord on 7" wax and digital download. Catch the band live with Scalped on these dates:

1/09/2015 Babylon - Bakersfield, CA
1/10/2015 Catalyst Atrium - Santa Cruz, CA
1/11/2015 Old Nicks - Eugene, OR
1/12/2015 Highline - Seattle, WA
1/13/2015 Ash St - Portland, OR
1/14/2015 Press Club - Sacramento, CA More...

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Meadows End Streams "Clench The Feet Of Fools"

With October ending, it's time for the tenth entry in the "Sojourn" project from Swedish melodic / symphonic death metal band Meadows End.

The group has released one track at the end of every month all year long, and now track #10 - "Clench The Feet Of Fools" - can be heard below.

This song was originally released on the EP "Dead Calm Rise" in 2006 but also now appears on the "Sojourn" album. If you missed it, the previous track "Angel Dreams" can also be streamed at this location.

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Autumns Eyes Posts New Halloween Video

Solo metal band Autumns Eyes spreads the Halloween spirit with a brand new music video for the track “Internal Arson” from an upcoming album titled “Ending Life Slowly” due out this November.

The single is also available for free download via the Autumns Eyes Bandcamp page. "Ending Life Slowly" follows the 2013 instrumental album "Broken Leaves and Haunted Streets" (reviewed here) and previous full-length studio release "Please Deceive Me" (reviewed here).

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Subterranean Masquerade Working On Album

After the prog metal masterpiece was "The Great Bazaar" (reviewed here), Subterranean Masquerade is at it again, writing material for a new album, which with this band of course involves a trip to India for contemplation. The band comments:

"Tomer is spending time isolated on a hilltop in northern India, writing lyrics and finalizing the arrangement for our next album.

"In the meantime, I can tell you that we have 8 tracks written and arranged. I already recorded some of my parts, including Hammond organs, Mellotrons, Rhodes piano, acoustic piano and Indian harmonium. Gonna be an exciting album." More...

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Carcass Cause A ComMotion In Bristol

Every once in a while, a tour comes along with a lineup that's more or less impossible to ignore. This year, Europe is being treated to a veritable wet dream of extremity, as two of death metal's most revered bands, Carcass and Obituary, are teaming up with grindcore godfathers Napalm Death and Canadian progressive thrashers, Voivod, as well as Swiss act, Herod, to give headbangers the Deathcrusher tour. As if to get the grey island out of the way first, the trek began this past week in the United Kingdom and this reporter was lucky enough to witness the event in Bristol, at a venue called The Motion.

Opening the show was Herod, a progressive sludge metal band from Vevey in Switzerland, who released their debut album, "They Were None" last year. Although they didn't feel out of place as such on this bill, opening such an exciting lineup with sludge didn't seem like a particularly good idea and as a result, Herod came across as a boring start that created the sentiment opening bands dread; the old, "Let's just get this over with so we can watch what we came for," vibe. They received a relatively warm response from the crowd however, who it must be said of Bristol audiences, are usually supportive of unknown or new bands. Whatever the case, with a dull stage presence and uninteresting repertoire, Herod will need to wait until their next album before they seriously impress any passing punters. More...

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Invoker Premieres Full New Album Stream

Germany’s old school and blackened death metal juggernauts of Invoker premiere their full new album stream for "Aeon", out in stores now via Non Serviam Records.

Check out now the entire new album "Aeon" streaming below.

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Continents Premieres New Music Video

U.K. outfit Continents premieres a new music video entitled "Life Of Misery", taken from the upcoming new album "Reprisal", out in stores now via Victory Records.

Check out now "Life Of Misery" below.

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