Metal News for May 4, 2011
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The ninth annual Maryland Deathfest has announced the final lineup and set times for the event. However, not long after announcing these details came word that the Baltimore venue, Sonar, unexpectedly closed its doors today. The festival organizers claim to have a backup plan that should involve little to no inconvenience to ticket holders (even those coming from out of town) and will be releasng more details soon.
Until then, the announced lineup and set times are as follows:
Thursday, May 26th
Entrance opens at 4 pm
WITCHAVEN - 4:45 - 5:15
SHITSTORM - 5:30 - 5:55
NOISEAR - 6:10 - 6:40
MIASMAL - 6:55 - 7:30
LACK OF INTEREST - 7:45 - 8:20
FLESH PARADE - 8:35 - 9:10
EXTORTION - 9:25 - 10:00
BUZZOV*EN - 10:15 - 11:00
TRAGEDY - 11:15 - 12:00
CATHEDRAL - 12:15 - end More...
Featuring a veritable treasure trove of melodic metal talent with members hailing from Stratovarius, Sonata Arctica, and more, the newly formed act Symfonia has revealed its version of paradise to the world with the debut album "In Paradisum" (reviewed here).
Vocalist André Matos recently spoke with Metalunderground.com about forming the project with Timo Tolkki, and how it eventually evolved into a full-fledged band ready to hit the tour circuit. André also discusses how the music stacks up against the members other bands, and the possibility of an upcoming second album. More...
Immediately following the "Hell on Earth" tour with Slayer, Rob Zombie will begin production on his sixth feature film, "The Lords of Salem," that he wrote and will direct. Set to be filmed in Los Angeles and Salem, MA, Zombie explains, "There were twenty people that everyone knows about, obviously all innocent, executed as witches in Salem. The basic premise of the film is that there was a small coven, actual witches, who were put to death secretly, and vowed one day to return to wreak havoc on Salem's descendants.
"As it stands now, this is probably the bleakest of all of my films," Zombie continued, "a long, slow decent into the bowels of Hell."
The complete udpated Rob Zombie 2011 itinerary is as follows:
25 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA
26 Fat Cat, Modesto, CA
27 Crest Theatre, Fresno, CA
28 Knitting Factory, Reno, NV
3 Rock Im Park, Nurnberg, Germany
4 Rock Am Ring, Nurburgring, Germany
6 Turbinenhalle, Oberhausen, NW, Germany (headline)
7 Astra Kulturhaus, Berlin, Germany (headline)
10 Sweden Rock Festival, Solvesborg, Sweden
12 Donnington Festival, Donnington Park, UK
14 Grose Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany (headline)
15 Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (headline)
17 Hellfest Festival, Clisson, France
18 Sonisphere Festival, Athens, Greece
20 Gasometer, Vienna, Austria (headline)
21 Rockhal, Luxembourg, Luxembourg (headline)
23 Azkena, Vitoria, Spain (headline)
25 Sonisphere Festival, Imola, Italy
26 Graspop Metal Meeting, Dessel, Belgium
28 Olympia, Dublin, Ireland (headline)
29 Ulster Hall, Belfast, Ireland (headline)
30 Corn Exchange, Edinburgh, Scotland (headline)
2 Sonisphere Festival, Kalasatama, Helsinki, Finland
14 Chippewa Valley Rock Festival, Cadott, WI
15 KRRO KRROFest IV, Sioux Falls Stadium, Sioux Falls, SD
17 Hot As Hell Music Festival, Brady Theatre, Tulsa, OK
(Hell on Earth tour with Slayer)
20 Sovereign Center, Reading, PA
22 DTE Energy Music Theatre, Detroit, MI
23 Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA
24 Heavy T.O. Festival, Downsview Park, Toronto, ON
27 MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB
29 Credit Union Centre, Saskatoon, SK
30 Pengrowth Saddledome, Calgary, AB
31 Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB
2 Save-On-Foods Center, Victoria, BC
3 Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
5 Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
6 WaMu Theatre, Seattle, WA
Insision's new EP "End of All" will be released by Sevared Records in mid May in U.S. and June 1st in Sweden. The track listing and cover artwork can be viewed below, and a teaser trailer is available here.
5. Ex Oblivione
Conquest of Steel has issued the following announcement about shooting a new video clip and seeking fans to participate:
"Metal warriors, your time has come to contribute to a piece of metal history! Conquest of Steel are holding a video/documentary shoot and private party at their secret rehearsal studios in Bradford, the metal jewel in the Northern crown, on Saturday June 11th. There are a small number of very exclusive tickets available for warriors of steel to come and take part, so heed the call!
"If you are interested in appearing in our upcoming video and documentary, email firstname.lastname@example.org for details of time and pickup. Because it is a secret location with limited tickets, we will be picking you up from Bradford Interchange, and taking you to the studio. You will then need to make your own way back after the mayhem has subsided!"
Other upcoming Conquest of Steel shows are as follows:
22nd May, Snooty Fox, Wakefield, with Pagan's Mind and Neon Fly
9th July, Snooty Fox, Wakefield, with Gore, Stuka Squadron and Triaxis
10th July, Riverside, Selby with Stuka Squadron and more
14th October, Trillians, Newcastle
5th November, Cambridge - Details tbc
Devolved is set to release the new album, "Oblivion," on May 24th via Unique Leader Records. The band is now streaming the entire album online, which can be heard by heading over here. The "Oblivion" track listing and cover artwork can be viewed below.
1. Existential Crisis
2. Into Fire
4. World In Denial
6. Wretched Eyes Of God
8. From The Ashes
9. Legions Rise
11. Disciple (Slayer cover song bonus track) More...
Devin Townsend Project will complete the 4-album series that began a few years ago with "Ki" and returned last year with "Addicted" by releasing "Deconstruction" and "Ghost" on June 21st via InsideOut Music. Both efforts were written, engineered and produced by Devin Townsend himself, with "Deconstruction" having Jens Bogren (alongside Devin) handle mixing duties. "Deconstruction" also features the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra performing with Devin.
The "Deconstruction" track listing is as follows:
1. Praise the Lowered (featuring Paul Kuhr of Novembers Doom)
2. Stand (featuring Mikael Akerfeldt)
3. Juular (featuring Ihsahn, ex-Emperor)
4. Planet of the Apes (featuring Tommy Rogers of Between the Buried and Me)
5. Sumeria (featuring Joe Duplantier of Gojira and Paul Masvidal of Cynic)
6. The Mighty Masturbator (featuring Greg Puciato of Dillinger Escape Plan)
7. Pandemic (featuring Floor Jansen of After Forever)
8. Deconstruction (featuring Oderus Urungus of Gwar and Fredrik Thordenal of Meshuggah)
The track listing for "Ghost" is:
2. Heart Baby
8. Dark Matters
11. Infinite Ocean
12. As You Were
Devin Townsend will also be supporting Children of Bodom, along with Obscura and Septicflesh, on an upcoming North American tour. Dates are available here.
Ghost Brigade has set "Until Fear No Longer Defines Us" as the title of the band's forthcoming album, which has been scheduled for an August 19th (August 23rd in North America) release.
In order to celebrate the release of "Until Fear No Longer Defines Us," the band will embark on a Finnish tour in September and October. Support for most of the shows comes from Finnish dark hardcore act Unkind. Tour dates are as follows:
16 Sep 11 Oulu (FI) Nuclear Nightclub
17 Sep 11 Kuopio (FI) Henry's Pub
23 Sep 11 Pori (FI) Monttu
24 Sep 11 Kouvola (FI) Rytmi-Katti
28 Sep 11 Turku (FI) Klubi
29 Sep 11 Tampere (FI) Klubi
30 Sep 11 Helsinki (FI) Nosturi
01 Oct 11 Jyväskylä (FI) Lutakko
A video interview, posted by The Metalheadz, is currently available with Janne Wirman from Children of Bodom. The clip can be viewed below. Children of Bodom will also be embarking on an upcoming North American tour, with support from Septicflesh, Obscura, and Devin Towsend. Details are available here.
Greek act Scar Of The Sun has announced the band's debut album "A Series Of Unfortunate Concurrencies" is due out on the 26th of May in Europe and on the 14th of June in the U.S. through Scarlet Records. The album's track listing and cover artwork can be viewed below.
2. Swansong of Senses
3. Ode to a Failure
4. 8th Ocean Dried
6. A Series Of Unfortunate Concurrencies
7. Burn the Memory
8. A Pause in the Disaster
9. Disciple of the Sun
10. I Lost
Finnish progressive death metal act Medeia has revealed the tracklisting for its upcoming new full length album. The new release, titled "Abandon All," is set to be released on May 25, 2011 through new label home Spinefarm Records. You can view the album's tracklisting below as well as check out a new song from the record titled "The Ultimate Disconnect From Humanity."
1. We All Fail
2. Suffocation Diuturnal
3. The Ultimate Disconnect From Humanity
4. In Motionless Decay
5. The Burning
6. Abandon All
8. The Will To Dominate
9. The Undistinguished Name
The bastard sons of black metal in Nachtmystium have announced a string of random live attacks for the coming months, while they also devise the execution of their sixth full-length release. The latest plague of concerts begins with a hometown headlining gig, with support from Lord Mantis (containing two members of Nachtmystium), this Friday, May 6th in Chicago. The band's upcoming dates are as follows:
5/06/2011 Cobra Lounge - Chicago, IL w/ Lord Mantis, Defcon [info]
6/11/2011 Alehorn Of Power Festival - Chicago, IL [info]
7/23/2011 Central Illinois Metalfest - Urbana, IL [info]
8/12/2011 Flugplatz Obermehler - Schlotheim, Germany @ Party San Festival [info]
Since returning from a North American tour as direct support for Cradle of Filth in March, Nachmystium has been devising the band's next studio effort. As of now, little more about the album is being released, but according to vocalist Blake Judd this week: "The new record will have a very strong industrial influence in the vein of later-era Ministry, Revolting Cocks and Nine Inch Nails, but also a strong, depressive, old-school black metal influence." More details will be announced shortly.
In the meantime, Judd and Nachtmystium have confirmed several collaborations with infamous USBM horde Von. Two separate projects are currently underway which involve members of both bands. First up, Judd has been confirmed as one of a dozen notable artists set to collaborate with Von bassist Venien, on a project entitled Von Venien. The unit will release a 12" single entitled "Empire" via Von's own label Von Music Group. Following that, VMG will also unleash a split between Von and Nachtmystium via 12" MLP and CD, which will include both a new track as well as some Von homage from Nachtmystium. Full details on releases will be unveiled shortly.
The band's song "Nightfall" also recently made its way onto the Rock Band Network.
Musicametal.blogosfere.it has posted a video interview online with Madball's Freddy Cricien. You can check out the first part of the interview in the clip below and the second part is available after the jump. Madball was also recently announced as the co-headlining act for Germany's Never Say Die Open Air.
Egyptian-born, New York-based conceptual artist Nader Sadek is now venturing into the recorded music realm with his first album, "In the Flesh." The album features a core band consisting of Steve Tucker (vocals), Flo Mounier (drums), and Rune Eriksen (guitars). The album also includes guest appearances by Attila Csihar (Mayhem, Sunn O))), Travis Ryan (Cattle Decapitation), Tony Norman (Monstrosity, Terrorizer), Mike Lerner (Behold... The Arctopus), Descructhor (Morbid Angel), and Nick McMaster (Krallice).
The band is now streaming a new song, titled "Petrophilia," online. You can check out the track by heading over to MetalSucks.net at this location.
"In the Flesh" centers on the notion of humanity’s relationship with petroleum and how this exhumation of ancient life forms serves as a self-destructive fuel to society’s greed. The album was recorded in New York, produced by Sadek, co-produced and mixed by Tucker.
Canadian heavy metal act Anvil is currently streaming the band's entire new album "Juggernaut of Justice" online. You can check out all the songs from the album by heading over to the Anvil MySpace page. "Juggernaut of Justice" will be released through The End Records on May 10th, 2011.
The album's track listing is as follows:
1. Juggernaut Of Justice
2. When Hell Breaks Loose
3. New Orleans Voodoo
4. On Fire
6. Turn It Up
7. The Ride
8. Not Afraid
12. Swing Thing
California death metal act Bedlam of Cacophony has posted a song online titled "Endsville," which can be heard in the player below. The track is off the band's latest album "Neuroleptic."
Solo artist Ihsahn, formerly of Emperor, has posted artwork online for a new t-shirt design illustrated by Maria Picassó. The design is inspired by themes from the musician's upcoming fourth album, which Ihsahn has stated is currently "in progress." The fourth album will follow-up "After" (reviewed here), and additional details on the title, track listing, and release date will be announced as they are made available.
Three of Ihsahn's former side projects were also covered in a recent edition of the "Unearthing the Metal Underground" column, which can be found at this location.
Impiety, which recently signed to Pulervised Records, will be releasing a re-mastered version of "Skullfucking Armageddon" via Agonia Records as a limited digipak edition and on vinyl. The new edition will see release in Europe and the U.S. on June 24th, 2011.
Jordan Perry, drummer for Montreal technical death metal band Derelict, has posted a new performance video for the song "Perpetuation," which can be found by heading over here.
"This is one of our shortest songs to date, but it's the one I'm the most proud of as far as the drum parts go," says Perry. "I wanted to maintain an unrelenting feel, but add elements I hadn't used previously."
"Perpetuation" is currently available as a free track download via Derelict's Bandcamp page at this location. Perry also has instructional videos explaining how to perform his heel toe kick drum technique, his take on blast beats, and his warmup routine, on the band's youtube channel.
Guitarist Greg Bradley of Canadian act Art of Dying has conducted an interview with Hailsandhorns.com about the history of the band, signing to Intoxication Records, and the band's new album. Excerpts from the interview follow.
How was ART OF DYING formed?
Greg Bradley: ART OF DYING was formed by me and Jonny in 2004. We started writing songs then and recorded our independent album in 2005. We met Jeff Brown in 2007 when we needed a new drummer and Jeffy recommended Cale Gontier on bass and Tavis Stanley on guitar before we started touring with DISTURBED in early 2008. When we toured with Disturbed for the first time we knew we had the magical line-up to take AOD to the next level.
You have a new album called, Vices and Virtues, out now. Tell fans what they can expect from the album.
Greg Bradley: You can expect everything from Alice in Chains-style heavy guitar riffs to a U2-style ballad…big guitar and vocal melodies and a lot of vocal harmonies!
You are the first band signed to Disturbed’s label imprint, Intoxication Records. How did signing to that label come about?
Greg Bradley: Dan Donegan called us one day after picking up our indie CD from a radio promoter in Boston. He offered us a tour with Disturbed and watched us every night for 13 shows. David Draiman and Dan then flew us to Chicago a few months later and offered us a deal with Intoxication Records…an unbelievable opportunity!More...
Denmark's The Interbeing recently released the new album "Edge of the Obscure," and the album is currently available for streaming through the group's Bandcamp page at this location. The Interbeing also commented on the release of the album:
"Our debut album 'Edge of the Obscure' has now been released. Its available in Danish record stores and through iTunes Denmark. However digital download is also available for everyone else through bandcamp or only 9.99 Euro! Discs can also be ordered across the globe through targetshop.dk.
"We'd like to thank everyone for a kick ass release party last Saturday. It was great to play at Stengade again, and it was really cool to see so many people show up and support the release of our debut album.
"In addition we've also received an awesome album review by Gaffa who gave us 5/6 stars! Thanks a lot to Keld Rud and Red Devil for the reviews."
Footage has been posted online of Belgian act Plaag performing the song "Sombers Out," which is off the band's "UGH!" album. You can view the video clip below. Plaag recently made "UGH!" available as a free download, with details available here. You can also check out Plaag's interview earlier this year about true Norwegian black metal and religious "unblack" metal at this location.
Daemonicus recently entered C.C.H.B. studio to record the band's second full-length album with producer Krille Krilltrack Englund. The band has now issued the following recording update:
"Back in C.C.H.B. studio aka Syndens Näste! We have manage to set the most brutal guitar sound ever! I'm not gonna fill you in on all details but I can promise you that is sounds awesome. Engl with a twist of the classic HM2 pedal and a bunch of other cool stuff did the trick.
"Embracing Her Remains and Grandeur of Total Devastation is the name of two tracks that we have finished the guitars on! Stay tuned for more metal-updates!" More...
Diabolical, which released the "Ars Vitae" album earlier this year, has checked in with the following update about playing the Protzen Open Air festival:
"Diabolical's next live performance will be at Protzen Open Air, June 17th - 19th. Other bands playing are Grave, Interment, Milking the Goatmachine, Lay Down Rotten, etc. Diabolical will play on Friday at 21.00 o'clock."
More information on the Protzen Open Air festival can be found by navigating over to this location.
Orange Goblin announced last month that the band will be entering the studio in August to record a new album. The band also also now been confirmed to appear at the Hard Rock Hell V festival, which takes place at Pontins, Prestatyn, North Wales from Thursday 1st of December to Sunday the 4th of December 2011.
Orange Goblin will play on the Main Stage on Saturday, December 3rd and other acts appearing over the weekend include Girlschool, Tygers of Pan Tang, Black Stone Cherry, The Quireboys, Raven, Praying Mantis, Tyketto, Black Spiders, SAHG, Therapy?, Wolfsbane, Witchfynde, an exclusive festival appearance by Ace Frehley and many more.
Check out this location for more details and ticket information.
Vader recently posted a third studio clip online from the band's time recording the new album "Welcome To The Morbid Reich." Vader also commented on the recording process:
"The process of creation 'Welcome To The Morbid Reich' has run smoothly so far and according to the plan. The report presents the next step in work on Vader's new album. Below you can read a few sentences from Pajak about his impressions on the work progress in the studio. The fourth part of the report next week!"
Vader guitarist Pajak "Spider" also added, "A few days ago my first visit to Hertz Studio came to an end. The works went quite undisturbed. I recorded my three songs plus the solo parts. I also managed to record the solo parts for Peter's tracks and some guitar parts to the bonus songs. Currently we're working on the remaining tracks and get down to recording the bass parts. So far I'm quite pleased with the results of work. I really like the initial sounding of instruments and I know that it's only the beginning. Wieslawcy Bros are doing a marvellous job. They can also be very motivating and suggesting interesting solutions sometimes. We're about to finish the rest of the material soon. Then Peter will record his vocal parts and the beginning of May is the time for mixes and mastering. Houk!"
Death metal act Autopsy will be releasing a new album titled "Macabre Eternal," which will see release on May 31st, courtesy of Peaceville Records. The band has now announced upcoming shows in support of the release. Details are as follows:
June 3rd - Chaos In Tejas - Austin, Texas, USA
June 25th - Slaughter By The Water - Richmond, California, USA
July 2nd - Roskilde Festival - Roskilde, Denmark
July 16th - Hammer Open Air - Lieto, Finland
August 27th - Gathering Of Bestial Legion - Los Angeles, California, USA
You can also check out footage of Autopsy performing the new song "Always About To Die" by clicking here.
Swedish metal act Valkyrja has issued the following statement about playing the Ragnarok Festival and seeking photos and videos from fans who attended:
"A salutation to the hungry ones at Ragnarök Festival whose grand support will not be forgotten, and to Carl Stjärnlöv who joined us on second guitar for the evening.
"Two new shirts are, after unfortunate delays, at last available at the merchandise section alongside details concerning sizes. Additional items to surface soon as well.
"We are requesting media from Ragnarök Festival, all formats are welcome."
Additional details on the band are available through the Valkyrja MySpace profile.
Progressive death metal act Mayan has revealed the tracklisting for its debut album. The full length, titled "Quarterpast," will be released on May 20, 2011 through Nuclear Blast Records. You can view the album's tracklisting below. The latest studio report from Mayan is available at this location.
1. Symphony Of Aggression
2. Mainstay Of Society
4. Course Of Life
5. The Savage Massacre
6. Essenza Di Te
7. Bite The Bullet
8. Drown The Demon
9. Celibate Aphrodite
10. War On Terror
German heavy metal veterans U.D.O. have posted some behind the scenes footage from its "Leatherhead" music video shoot. The song is taken off of the band's forthcoming new full length album "Rev-Raptor" which will hit store shelves on May 20, 2011 through AFM Records.
A new video interview between Symphony X guitarist Michael Romeo and MusikUniverse has been posted online. Romeo discusses the band's forthcoming new album "Iconoclast." You can view the interview in the player below. "Iconoclast" will be released in Europe on June 17 and in North America on June 21 through Nuclear Blast Records.
Quality live footage from the 2011 Neurotic Deathfest featuring technical death metal act Obscura has been posted online. You can view the band's performance of the track "Ocean Gateways" in the player below as well as find tour dates for its upcoming tour with Children Of Bodom here.
American thrash metal act Deceased has posted a song online taken from its forthcoming full length album. The new album, titled "Surreal Overdose," was recorded at Assembly Line studios with engineer Kevin Gutierrez was was produced by drummer/vocalist King Fowley. You can view the album's tracklisting below with the song "Kindred Assembly" being featured in the player provided.
1. Skin Crawling Progress
2. Kindred Assembly
3. The Traumatic
4. Cloned (Day of the Robot)
5. Vulture Shock
6. In the Laboratory Of Joyous Gloom
7. A Doom-Laden Aura
8. Dying In Analog
Chicago extreme metal act Against The Plagues has announced the addition of former Behemoth and Vader bassist Marcin "Novy" Nowak to the band as its new bass player. A statement from Against The Plagues drummer Varyen Chylinski is available below.
"I am proud to announce that one of the best bass players in death metal scene, Novy, who previously worked with Behemoth and Vader, is officially a member of Against The Plagues . He is a great and very experienced musician who used to play in several world-class bands in the past and I am looking forward to working with him on our upcoming second album. We are very excited and full of energy like never before and I cannot wait to expose our new material to all our loyal followers!"
Italian metal act Elvenking has posted the following statement online, announcing the departure of drummer Zender.
"We had a wonderful journey with Zender in these long 12 years. Thinking about where we started together back in the time and what we have achieved along the path, it really looks incredible. We were a bunch of kids when we started together with nothing but a dream, and now we are here.
"We cannot feel anything but proud and we are sure Zender feels exactly the same.
"Being in a band like Elvenking it is not the easiest thing in the world, since you are not that big to live out of your passion, but you're big enough to have a lot of stress, busy days, lots of things to do and manage, long travels, flights, etc. etc.
"The split has been in total friendship and with no bad blood at all. Zender came to visit the band in the rehearsal room also the other day to share some words and drinks together. All Elvenking members, crew and friends wish Zender all the best possible for his future and we’re sure our roads will cross again sooner or later."
As Hell Retreats has revealed the tracklisting for its forthcoming new full length "Volition." The new record will hit store shelves on July 26, 2011 through the band's new label home Ain’t No Grave Recordings. You can view the "Volition" track list below.
1. Young Heretic
2. The Loss
5. Heaven’s Bane
7. A Beggar
8. And His Faith
12. Only Hope
California drone metal act Black Sheep Wall has announced its signing with European label Season of Mist. A statement from the band has also been posted online and can be read below.
"If you were to tell us seven years ago when we started playing heavy music in our parent’s garages that we would one day be sharing a label with bands we listened to and idolized, such as Mayhem, Morbid Angel, Kylesa, and Dillinger Escape Plan, we probably would not have believed you. Fast-forward to 2011 and here we are announcing a partnership with Season of Mist for the next Black Sheep Wall record.
"We are excited and honored to be part of one of the leading labels in heavy music and look forward to making all kinds of exciting things happen with Season of Mist. As of now we are putting the finishing touches on a handful of songs that we will record at end of May, for what will become our Season of Mist debut. After recording our new album we will embark on a short West Coast tour in June followed by an East Coast run in late August. We’d like to thank everybody who has stuck with us since we first came around. We hope to see everyone soon."
Frontman Scott Vogel of hardcore super group S.O.S. has posted the following update online in regards to the band's forthcoming debut album:
"It took years to finally get everyone in the same room, but the result is cool. We did what we set out to do; make a fast and angry hardcore record with no gimmicks or nonsense, and just have fun doing it. It seems like today everything is so professional and serious and this was just friends from some of my favorite bands making some music together."
Scott Vogel (Terror) - Vocals
Sam Trapkin (Trapped Under Ice )- Guitars
Matt Henderson (ex-Madball/Agnostic Front) - Guitars
Chris Beattie (Hatebreed) - Bass
Nick Jett (Terror) - Drums
American thrashers Toxic Holocaust have revealed the tracklisting for their upcoming album "Conjure And Command." The new full length has been set for a July 19th, 2011 release date through Relapse Records. The effort will be made available in both standard and deluxe editions with the latter featuring a bonus DVD that includes a full live show from the band. The track listing for "Conjure And Command" can be found below:
1. Judgment Awaits You
2. Agony Of The Damned
4. Red Winter
5. Nowhere To Run
6. I Am Disease
7. In The Depths (Of Your Mind)
8. The Liars Are Burning
10. Sound The Charge