04:13 - deadone Down were originally a supergroup before they decided to make it a more permanent thing and they're a fine band. Demons and Wizards were good on their self titled one too.
03:50 - Doge of Venice Transatlantic are pretty good. Granted, they aren't metal. BUT WHATEVER.
03:01 - Maco I can't think of a good supergroup right now. :s
03:00 - no one supergroups usually imply that they will suck
02:46 - ScreamingSteelUS Supergroups do tend to be kind of bland, but I happen to love that Killer Be Killed album. That's why I'm so glad they've been touring and working on a second album. It's coming into its own as a band, no longer just a one-off.
02:36 - deadone Supergroups imply members from several famous bands getting together and often for a one-off. Off course some last a lot longer e.g. Down.
Florida death metal outfit Hate Eternal will release their upcoming new album, and first with new skinsman Chason Westmoreland, Infernus on August 21st via Season Of Mist. In anticipation of it, the band has teamed up with Revolver Magazine to premiere the entire album stream right here. Check it out and let us know what you think.
Florida-based extreme metallers Hate Eternal will release their sixth full-length album, Infernus, on August 21st via Season Of Mist. After already streaming two new tracks, "Pathogenic Apathy" and "The Stygian Deep", the band now shares the 6-minute title track, "Infernus", available for streaming at this location. Do not hesitate and check out the new track now.
Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds is the talk of the town at the moment. He was recently interviewed by Guitar Player and spoke his mind about the fact that he never really liked heavy metal and he also is tired of doing interviews. Maybe he was being cheeky, maybe he was being honest? He also said he has been trying to get Mastodon to not be such a heavy metal band.
Death metal trio Hate Eternal return with new music after four years. Infernus will be their new brutal assault, also the first to feature new drummer Chason Westmoreland. Check out "The Stygian Deep", the second new track from the new record right now. You can hear it here.
Hate Eternal are sharing many things today about their impending new release. Apart from unveiling their new album, Infernus, tracklist and cover artwork, the death metallers also unveil the first track from the album. The artwork was painted by artist Eliran Kantor (Testament, Iced Earth, Sodom). The crushing song "Pathogenic Apathy" is the first taste of the music and can be streamed over here or here.
Florida-based brutal death metallers Hate Eternal just lifted the veil on their new full-length album. As of today, we know that it will be called Infernus, and it will see a 24th of August release (North America: August 21st) via Season Of Mist. More information regarding the album artwork, tracklist and more will be made available soon. Fans who have been waiting for the follow-up to Phoenix Amongst The Ashes can start getting ready for new songs.
You will do well to remember that at the beginning of this year, Porcupine Tree drummer Gavin Harrison revealed that he would be releasing Cheating The Polygraph on Kscope featuring new arrangements of many of his favourite Porcupine Tree songs, with performances from some of the world's best contemporary jazz players. Well, as of now you can have a taste of this release. Check out the video for "Hatesong/Halo" (the edited version) taken from his upcoming solo album exclusively at this location. Tasteful? Share your thoughts.
Two classics of New Orleans' sludge metal pioneers Eyehategod, namely In The Name Of Suffering (1992) and Take As Needed For Pain (1993), will be reissued on 180g vinyl. Both titles are set for release on April 13th, 2015 via Century Media and can already be pre-ordered as of now.
Century Media Records has announced the reissue of two groundbreaking technical death metal albums, Obscura and From Wisdom To Hate, by long-running Canadian legends Gorguts on April 6th, 2015 in Europe and April 7th in North America. These 2015 editions were created in close cooperation with Luc Lemay, who reveals the entire history of these ambitious records in the accompanying liner notes and both are dedicated to the memory of former members Steeve Hurdle (R.I.P. 2012) and Steve MacDonald (R.I.P. 2002). Are you interested?
After some teasing, Polish death metal machine Hate have finally revealed the first song off their new opus. The official video for the song "Valley Of Darkness" from their upcoming studio album Crusade:Zero was filmed, edited and produced by Redpig Production in Krakow, Poland in November/December 2014. Today, you can watch it here. Did you enjoy it?
After giving us all the details about Crusade:Zero, Hate's new record, the Polish death metal troupe now shares new music. The album will be released worldwide via Napalm Records in January/February 2015 and is the first with new drummer Paweł "Pavulon" Jaroszewicz. Watch the fiery teaser below.
The details of the 2015 Hatefest Tour have been announced. The unholy billing will be headlined by Six Feet Under together with Marduk, Vader and Hate. Special guests on all weekend-dates will be Eisregen and Debauchery. Tickets for this exceptional death/black metal feast will be available at this location. This trek will stop by Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Hate Eternal have finally unveiled their new drummer. The brutal death metallers are working on their new album that will be released next year. And the new drummer is... Chason Westmoreland. He has already recorded his parts for the successor to Phoenix Amongst The Ashes. You might have heard of Westmoreland from Burning The Masses, or some fill-in gigs with bands like Fallujah, Enfold Darkness, or most recently Oceano. See him in action on the video below with studio footage from his tracking sessions.