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Metal News for December 1, 2018

Last updated on December 16, 2018 at 3:47 AM ET

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8 news articles posted on this day.

Interview

Freddy Madball Still Fighting "For The Cause"

Many music fans like to claim that they "live and breathe" it. Very few people however, have literally done so. Having gone on tour with his brother Roger Miret's group Agnostic Front from the age of seven before the aforementioned band decided to form a side project named Madball with the youngster on vocals in 1988, Freddy Cricien has been involved in hardcore music for almost his entire life.

Thirty years and nine full length albums later, Madball are as popular and revered as ever. Their latest album, "For The Cause" has been hailed as their most diverse yet, staying true to their sound while showing flashes of other genres such as reggae. Last night in Bristol, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Freddy himself to discuss the new album, how the search for a new guitarist is going and what makes New York hardcore the most popular scene in the world. You can watch it below.

Diamond Oz: Well straight into it, the new album, "For The Cause" is out now. It's been out for a little while now, so how's the reception been to it overall?

Freddy Madball: It came out in the Summer and we've been touring it ever since.

Oz: It's a real solid album. Possibly the most diverse album yet, probably the most obvious example would be "Rev Up" where you've got the reggae at the beginning.

Freddy: Yeah, there's a lot of examples on there I think. It's definitely the most diverse, I can't think of another record we've done that's more diverse but it still has all the elements that make us who we are so I'm extremely proud of this one. It's being well received, I wouldn't say it's "been well received" because it's still reaching people.
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OOTNO Premiere Pre-Release Full-Album Stream

Order Of The Nameless Ones premiere the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Utter to Me the Word of Wrath", which will be out in stores next Friday (December 7th) on CD and 12'' vinyl via Iron Bonehead.

Check out now "Utter to Me the Word of Wrath" in its entirety below.


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Vane Premiere New Music Video For "Mutiny"

Polish melodeath outfit Vane premiere a new song entitled "Mutiny", taken from their brand new album "Black Vengeance", which is out in stores now.

Check out now "Mutiny" below.

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Cosmic Atrophy: Brand New Full Album Streaming

Cosmic Atrophy from Biloxi, Mississippi premiere the full-album stream of the band's brand new album "The Void Engineers", which was released yesterday via Bandcamp.

Check out now "The Void Engineers" in its entirety below.

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Slipknot: Behind The Scenes Look At “All Out Life”

Slipknot reveal a behind the scenes look at the making of the music video for their track “All Out Life“. The group’s own percussionist M. Shawn “Clown” Crahan directed that clip after inviting fans to appear via an open casting call.

“All Out Life” served as the first taste of the Slipknot's upcoming new effort.

The completed music video for “All Out Life” can be streamed below: More...

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Void Of Vision Premiere New Music Video

Void Of Vision have released a music video for their latest single “Kill All MyFriends“. The clip was directed by Kieran Ellis-Jones.

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Terror Premiere New Music Video

A new official music video from Terror combines the band’s songs “In Spite Of These Times” and “One More Enemy“ - both taken from their latest effort, “Total Retaliation“.

You can catch Terror out now in Europe and the UK with Deez Nuts and more on this run of dates: More...

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BillyBio Premieres “Feed The Fire” Music Video

BillyBio, Billy Graziadei's (Biohazard/Powerflo) new side-project, premieres a new music video for the title track to his debut album, “Feed The Fire“. That effort saw a release yesterday, November 30th.


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