05:31 - no one kiwi, your names a bit false advertising isn't it?
04:53 - LeKiwi I believe Digipak needs to capitalised as it is a registered trademark, where as digipack simply refers to that style of packaging. Not entirely sure...digipack might just be a spelling mistake, however logical :P
04:40 - no one OMG! METAL ARCHIVES MADE A SPELLING MISTAKE!! : O
04:29 - Amatsu Mikaboshi why do I keep looking at scarlet witch Gifs every time I keep tuning into different tabs??...
02:35 - Bad English look at MA update there are bed english as well Minor detail: "digipak" is the preferred spelling, NOT "digipack". Please try to stick to it. That is all.
02:21 - Redn1ght Fuck me, man... I've been recognizing voice actors all the time now... "Oh wait! It's that guy... Nekota! What? Aoki too!?" I'm too good at this. :) (These are all side characters too...)
New Zealand-based death metal trio, Ulcerate, will be heading to the UK for an extensive autumn tour, and they'll be bringing Seattle funeral doom duo Bell Witch with them. The eleven date run will kick off in the capital on October 8, and will end on October 18 in Bristol. All confirmed dates can be found down under.
While they are currently busy with writing process of their fifth studio album, death metal machine Ulcerate confirm a handful tour dates across their homeland and Australia in April/May/June. This will be the band's only shows in New Zealand/Australia this year. Support will be announced shortly.
Ulcerate will be hitting the road in Europe for a string of shows this November/December. Of course, the New Zealand band isn't coming alone and is bringing along Wormed, Gigan, Solace Of Requiem and an opening act still to be confirmed for their Confronting Entropy European Tour MMXIV. Plenty of death metal to be enjoyed. They continue to tour in support of their acclaimed full-length, Vermis, released in September 2013 through Relapse Records. See the dates below; they might be playing somewhere near you.
New Zealand representatives of extreme metal scene, Ulcerate, are pleased to announce newly confirmed headlining tour dates across North American territory. In support of their most demoralizing recorded works to date, Vermis, Ulcerate will bring their audio terror to North American fans this May, on their second tour of the continent. On certain dates (9.5.-21.5.) the band will be supported by US sludge metallers Inter Arma.
Are you feeling lucky today? Well, if you like Ulcerate, then today is your lucky day because their new album Vermis is already available for streaming online in its entirety ahead of its release on September 17th in North America, and September 13th in Germany and Benelux via Relapse. The label describes Vermis as an "unforgiving, unrelenting and unapologetic fifty-five minute barrage of dissonant, suffocating, cutting edge death metal". You can make up your own opinion about it by listening to the whole piece through the Soundcloud widget below.
Vermis from extreme metallers Ulcerate is one of the most anticipated albums of the year. The band has previously released "Confronting Entropy" as the first taste of new material and now we get to taste it a little bit more. The New Zealand band is streaming "Weight Of Emptiness" and you can lose yourself in the abyss at this location.
Masters of dissonance Ulcerate have released a brand new track, easing our qualms after the brevity of the new album teaser previously released. The song off their upcoming album Vermis is aptly titled "Confronting Entropy" and you'll soon see why. The album is due for release on the 13th of September this year through Relapse Records. The track is available for streaming on Soundcloud or alternatively in the YouTube video also below.
Earlier this year, death metallers Ulcerate revealed that they were recording a new album making fans water their mouths over the prospect of new material. Well, now there are new reasons to be excited as the first album details have been unveiled. Their fourth full-length studio album is titled Vermis and comes out on September 17th via Relapse Records. You can also see the album teaser and cover artwork below and rejoice.
You can jump up and down with excitement Ulcerate-worshippers because the death metal band will enter their hometown MCA Studios to record their fourth album and Relapse Records debut this week, expected to drop later this year.
New Zealand's extreme metallers Ulcerate have announced a string of Australian tour dates for September. This short run of dates will be the band's last shows this year before preparing a fourth full-length album and Relapse Records debut release. Support on each date will be announced shortly.
On their first ever North American tour, New Zealand brutal death metal band Ulcerate's van was broken into in New York and much of their equipment was stolen. However, the band is still planning to continue the rest of their tour.
New Zealand death metallers Ulcerate have announced that they will be doing a mini North American tour of seven shows in May, starting in Philadelphia. The tour will feature shows in the Eastern US and Canada with American metallers Tombs as support on the first three dates and another opener to be announced for the remaining tour stops.
Relapse Records is extremely proud to announce the signing of New Zealand progressive death metallers Ulcerate.
Ulcerate (Paul Kelland: Bass/vocals, Michael Hoggard: Guitars, William Cleverdon: Guitars, and Jamie Saint Merat: Drums) formed in 2000 and has previously released three full-length albums. The band's latest album, The Destroyers Of All, was released earlier this year and received international critical acclaim for its blend of ambitious songwriting and unorthodox extremity. Ulcerate will enter the studio next fall to begin recording their Relapse debut.
Ulcerate's Jamie Saint Merat commented on the signing and the band's upcoming tour dates: "Working with Relapse is a very logical next step for us, and we're really looking forward to the partnership. Their presence of quality releases regardless of genre, overarching aesthetic and attention to detail is something that we find very natural to align with, as well as being fans of the label's releases well before the band was even started. In terms of what's next for the Ulcerate, 2012 will be a big year for us - in February we're touring Europe for 23 dates with our good friends in Svart Crown, followed up by Maryland Deathfest X and accompanying side-shows in the US in May, New Zealand shows in December (2011) and January, and a tentative return to Australia mid-year. We'll also begin work on album number 4..."