00:48 - Maco Yeah why not? I just created an Instagram account too :D
00:18 - no one anybody want to know my instagram email and meet me on the border?
21:11 - BlackEssence The song Wykydtron got its name from some vandalism the band saw on another band's poster. "An unnamed band that opened for us wasn't very good," explains Hooper. "Somebody ripped their name of a poster and wrote in 'Wykydtro
20:52 - ..... [link] this was released in march, apparently, but I didn't find any official release date. Good luck
20:45 - ..... [link] [link] Could you add this? I tried days ago but i don't see it pending. Don't know if is a bug or i am banned...
20:29 - TrueMetalJope Who are you gonna call? God Buster busters?
"Anthem" is the new video from Venomous Concept, the grind punk "supergroup", which is now online. The track appears on their freshly released record Kick Me Silly - VC III, their first in 8 years. You can see their ''Anthem'' below. The video was directed by the well-known Costin Chioreanu.
There is another new song from Venomous Concept available for streaming today. After showing us the new track "Rise" before, the grind/hardcore punk unit now showcase "The Potters Ground" and you can now listen to the tune below. The band's 3rd studio album Kick Me Silly - VC III has been scheduled for a worldwide release through Season Of Mist on January 8th, 2016.
Hardcore punk outfit Venomous Concept featuring Kevin Sharp and Dan Lilker (ex-Brutal Truth), Shane Embury and Danny Herrera (Napalm Death), and John Cooke (Corrupt Moral Altar), will release their new album, Kick Me Silly - VC III on January 8th via Season Of Mist. If that is not enough to get you excited, in anticipation, the band has premiered their new song, "Rise", and you can hear it here.
Venomous Concept are still active. The international grindcore punk "supergroup" will release its next record via their new label Season Of Mist. Finally and after too long of a quiet spell, the band decided that it was time for more music. They got together with a bunch of ideas, which they had recorded in demo form here and there, on tour, and in various rehearsal studios. The grinders recorded a new album during 2014, which sees the band continue in their trademark hardcore punk styles - with the added bonus of compositions by Lilker and Cooke.
The official lyric video for the song "Smoke" from British pioneers Venom can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's latest album, From The Very Depths, which was released in January via Spinefarm Records. The album will be available for the very first time on vinyl (2xLP Red) and it's a Record Store Day exclusive. You can purchase yours this Saturday, April 18th in a store near you that is participating.
As you probably know by now, Venom, the influential British trio, will release their new studio album called From The Very Depths on January 26th in Europe and January 27th in the US via Spinefarm Records. As the release date approaches, they have now decided to share the track "Grinding Teeth", which can be streamed below. How is the follow-up to Fallen Angels sounding so far?
How about listening to some Venom? The British veteran metallers just debuted their new video. The band will be releasing their 14th studio album From The Very Depths later this month on January 26th in Europe and January 27th in the US through Spinefarm Records and now you can check out the tune "Long Haired Punks" as a first taste. Do you approve? Give us your impressions.
After sharing the first details about their upcoming new album, Venom just revealed the cover that will grace From The Very Depths. You only have to wait until January 26th in Europe and January 27th in the US, through Spinefarm Records, to get your hands on the record. Check out the cover below in the meantime. Do you like it?
Venom are back! The influential British trio has just confirmed the release of their new studio album, which will be titled From The Very Depths, for January 27th via Spinefarm Records. You don't have to wait much longer to hear the band's new offering. Furthermore, the legendary band will play an exclusive live world premiere of their forthcoming album as one of their two shows on board 70000 Tons Of Metal 2015.
While it will be hard to compete with Hellfest 2014's line-up, there are plenty more festivals happening next summer in Europe and Brutal Assault is one of them. Right before Christmas, the organizers of the Czech festival have announced six new bands that will perform in August in Jaroměř: UK legendary band Venom, German thrash metal veterans Sodom, Swedish group Katatonia, French black metallers Aosoth, Irish folk metallers Cruachan and funeral doom metal band Worship.
Legendary British metallers Venom will unleash a new beast next year or in other words, a new album. The group has posted an update on their official website revealing that they are currently in the studio adding the final touches to the follow-up to Fallen Angels (2011). The album is planned to be released through Spinefarm Records in early 2014.
The organization of the festival announced yesterday the confirmation of the pioneers of black/thrash metal Venom: "Injected With Deadly Toxin: Please Welcome Venom On Board! To travel from the North Sea into the Atlantic Ocean, they must sail around the British Isles. Before doing so they decided to visit a town in North East England that they are familiar with from last year: Newcastle, and what a welcome they got! On arrival they all got injected by a deadly toxin: Venom!"
First details for the upcoming new Venom album are pouring in.
The record will be called Fallen Angels and is tentatively due for release in late August/early September through Universal Music. Both CD & Vinyl versions will be available. The album is said to contain 13 tracks. The titles can be found below.
The album was recorded with producer Tom Belton at his London Studio.
The band are also in the process of making a promo video for one of the new songs, as well as finalizing their live DVD footage.
Venom drummer Dante had the following to say about this: "Yeah everything is on schedule & coming along great, we are really busy getting ready for the launch, it's amazing how positive everyone is about the new record, so we are really eager for the Legions to finally hear it. We've had to put our live shows on hold for the time being to schedule the interviews and photo shoots etc, but the management are working on some live shows for later in the year, so we will be back on the road soon, and playing the new songs which are already part of the new live set".