Metal News for November 10, 2013
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10 news articles posted on this day.
Iron Savior mainman Piet Sielck posted an update on the upcoming new Iron Savior release. The as of yet untitled album is the follow up to the 2011 LP "The Landing" (see review here, which is scheduled for release on February 28, 2014.
The update reads: "Hey Folks, Hope you are all well. We are on the final approach finishing the new album scheduled for Feb 28th 2014. The drum recordings went really smooth. Thomas did a great job again and his Premier Kit sounds so damned good again. Looks pretty much like a total sample free album again. Jan is laying down his bass tracks and I will get back to vocals and mixing right after finishing the mix of the new Stormwarrior album (which will be awesome). We also did a nice fotosession for the album artwork while Felipe is working at full throttle on the artwork. Final delivery dead line for the audio master is Dec 18th. We also managed to come up with some nice video shots which will be cut within the next 2 weeks. So stay tuned for a first little teaser song on YouTube."
More information on the release is expected soon.
Writing The Future has released a brand new single titled "See You At The End Of The World," which can be heard in the player provided below.
To hear more from Writing The Future, you can also check out the band's previously posted lyric video for "Locked Away" right here.
Winning in the best sub-genre name category, Swiss "sexual farmer metal" band Voice of Ruin has a new music video out now for the track "Cock 'n Bulls." Check it out below. The track was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Clément Decrock at Boss Hog Studio.
Corby, England metal band Bone Altar has posted the new "Frozen Riders" EP online for streaming. Check it out in the player below, or download the tracks on a name-your-price basis at Bandcamp here. The track listing is as follows:
1. Frozen Riders 03:19
2. Flaying 03:53
3. Kingdoms 02:14
4. Praise the Sun 02:43
Russia's Second To Sun has released the "Based On A True Story" album, which is available now at Bandcamp or can be streamed below. The track listing is as follows:
1. Protoescapist 03:08
2. Once Upon a Time in Russia 05:55
3. F.A.P. 04:01
4. PM Skyholer 02:30
5. Ariadra's Advent 00:47
6. The Chaoscore 02:54
7. The Noble Machine 04:34
8. Citybreak 04:14
9. Attack Dog 03:11 More...
Trollfest has posted a new Paganfest America 2013 tour video. In this episode, the band hits Baltimore, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal, Poughkeepsie, Worcester and New York. Check out the Manskow Productions-created video below.
U.K. metal band Malevolence (not to be confused with the Portuguese band that is gearing up to release new album "Antithetical) will drop new album "Reign Of Suffering" tomorrow - November 11th - via Siege of Amida Records.
Now the band has a music video out of the single "Eternal Torment," which can be viewed in the player below. For more info on Malevolence, head over to the band's Facebook profile.
Oslo's Mindtech has a new video clip out now for "No Solution," which is the first single off the album "Elements Of Warfare."
Check out the video below, or you can pick up your copy of the album at iTunes here. The track listing is as follows:
1. Lords of War
3. Enemy Within
4. No Solution
5. Lost Cause
8. Sons of God
9. My Crusade
Hands Of Sin has posted a new music video online for the track "Evil Inside Us All." The video was written and directed by Rik Hansen of Screaming Toxic Production and can be viewed below.
Of all the reunions and reformations of bands over the past decade, from Carcass to Immortal, few have been as demanded or anticipated as highly as today's featured band. Although their break only lasted five years, fans of a four piece from Little Rock, Arkansas felt a signifficant void had been left by their absence, which was filled in 2008 and the news was broke that the world would see the return of Living Sacrifice. The band was formed in 1989 by bass player and vocalist Darren Johnson, guitarist Bruce Fitzhugh and drummer Lance Garvin, with Jason Truby joining the group as a second guitarist soon afterwards. The band took their name from the Biblical passage Romans 12:1 and from the outset aimed to promote their Christian beliefs, which was reflected in the title of their first demo, "Not Yielding to Ungodly." The demo proved popular in the metal underground and soon found its way to Believer members Kurt Bachman and Joey Daub, who helped get the band signed to R.E.X. Records, a label which specialized in Christian metal artists. The band recorded their self-titled full length debut, which was released in 1991 and featured a more thrash metal orientated approach than their later work, earning them comparisons to other popular thrash acts such as Slayer.
Although their first record was received very favourably by metal fans, Christian or not, the band decided to drop the style and move towards the down tuned death metal genre that had been increasing in popularity thanks to such artists as Obituary and Morbid Angel. Their first foray into this tone came in 1992 with their sophomore effort, "Nonexistent," which the band see as something as a disappointment, expressing their dissatisfaction with the work of the producer, although it is still thought highly of by their fanbase. They then sought to combine the two styles they had previously exhibited, which culminated in their third album, "Inhabit," which was something of a return to their thrash sound, owing to the vocal methods employed by Johnson, but musically carried on in the vein of death metal, resulting in what is generally considered the group’s heaviest work to date. It was met with mixed to positive reviews but the band were soon dealt a blow when R.E.X. Records announced that they had gone bankrupt, leaving them without a label for a time, before they eventually signed with Solid State Records, who they trusted to help broaden their audience. More...