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Cloudkicker - Announce New Release

When they just released Live With Intronaut, Cloudkicker have already announced a new release for December. The mastermind Ben Sharp is always very prolific and never seems to stop. The new release is called Little Histories and is coming out on December 1st and will be available on Bandcamp digitally and on 10" vinyl.

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

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Thou - Releasing Collaboration Album With The Body

There is a new collaboration on the horizon. American sludge/doom metallers Thou are joining forces with The Body again. After releasing the collaboration EP Released From Love earlier this year, the two bands will release a new, collaborative album called You, Whom I Have Always Hated. It's coming out on Thrill Jockey Records on January 27th, 2015. The release includes a version of "Terrible Lie" by Nine Inch Nails. The remainder was written collaboratively in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and then further refined on their 2014 tour together.

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

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Bleed From Within - Release Lyric Video For New Song

UK deathcore group Bleed From Within just released a new song which you can hear now. The track is called "Death Walk" and is the title track of their new crowdfunded EP, made possible entirely by the fans of the band. The lyric video for the track is available for your listening pleasure below. This is their first new music since they released Uprising in 2013. Enjoy!

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

Reviews
Morost - Solace In Solitude

Morost's brand of death metal is quite groovy, with strong drumming and blast beats in all the right places, while a thundering bass leads us through the darkness. Yet, there is so much beauty and emotion in Solace In Solitude. These Slovenians carry the label "Progressive Death Metal" and I can get right in line behind that. It's decidedly extreme metal, but the shards of melody that slice their way into this music will equally slice their way into your tortured, music-loving heart.

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by Susan | Comments (0)

Bands
Overtures

Overtures are a melodic heavy metal band born in Gorizia in June 2003. The line-up is composed by Michele Guaitoli (voice), Marco Falanga (guitar), Adriano Crasnich (guitar), Luka Klanjscek (bass), and Andrea Cum (drums). Overtures' first concert was in September 2003.

2006 - 2008: Beyond The Waterfall

During the summer of 2006 Overtures started to record their first full-length album "Beyond The Waterfall", which contains eight original songs: "Beyond the waterfall", "Toy", "Faded Dream", "Town of Desolation", "Silent Observer", "The Self-Pitier", "A Time of my Life", "Hideout"; for a total length of about 40 minutes. In May 2007 Overtures signed a contract with the Italian label "Videoradio".

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by Bad English

Bands
Inciter

Inciter are a metal band from Zagreb (Croatia), formed in 2000 and led by their founder Vedran Cecelja.

By the year 2003 they had recorded three demos which earned them an avid fan base in the local underground metal scene and enabled them to play shows all over the country. During their early years they came to be known and respected as a young metal attraction with the distinguishable influence of Metallica. Inciter, naturally, consider the fact a compliment, as well as an advantage, and take pride in it. After playing over a hundred shows, it became clear that their playing had improved and progressed to the extent that they were ready for a real challenge. With strong will and determination to produce a full-length album, Inciter started their recording sessions in the spring of 2006 and completed them in the course of a few days.

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by Bad English

Bands
De Magia Veterum

Coming from the Drachten region of the Netherlands, De Magia Veterum is a one man avante-garde black metal/black metal band created by Mories of Gnaw Their Tongues. Lyrical themes include the Old Testament, mysticism and misanthropy.

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by Bad English

Bands
The Almighty

1988-1996
The Almighty were formed in Glasgow, Scotland on January 19, 1988. Lead singer and guitarist - Ricky Warwick, drummer - Stump Monroe and bassist - Floyd London had previously played together in a local band called Rough Charm. After Rough Charm, Ricky went on to do some session and tour work with New Model Army and after coming off tour with NMA, rejoined forces with Stump and Floyd and formed The Almighty. Guitarist Tantrum was later added to complete the band.

The Almighty were signed by Polydor in March 1989 after playing their twelth gig at the Marquees Club in London. Their first album "Blood, Fire and Love," recorded at the famous Abbey Road Studios was released in October that year and they supported The Ramones that fall on their first big UK tour. That year, the band were voted third on the Kerrang! readers poll for Best New Act.

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Posted: 25.11.2014 by Bad English

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Soen - New Video Released

Soen just released the second album of their career. It's called Tellurian and it's been well-received. Previously, the band shared a first video for the track "Tabula Rasa" and today they release the second video from this new opus. The track the prog/alternative metallers chose this time was "The Words", arguably one of the best tracks of the album. Enjoy their new video, which is also fittingly black and white.

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

Bands
Marty Friedman

Marty Friedman began his career as a Shrapnel solo recording artist and later joined forces with Jason Becker to form the unrivaled dual guitar unit Cacophony, who have a strong influence on today's top guitarists. Amassing worldwide acclaim as a guitar superstar, he came to the attention of Megadeth. Racking up sales of over 10 million records with Megadeth, Marty Friedman continued to record solo records, often embarking on adventurous musical forays far removed from his work with Megadeth, including an album with Golden Globe winner Kitaro.

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by Bad English

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Primordial - Debut First Ever Video

By now, you have probably already listened to the new Primordial album. Well, the Irish metal legion just released Where Greater Men Have Fallen and today they unveil a new music video for "Babel's Tower." It's big because it serves as their first ever professionally filmed and edited video. Take a look at the final result here now. Do you approve?

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (4)

Bands
Aeon Of Horus

Aeon of Horus are a progressive death metal band from Canberra, Australia. The four piece combines technicality and rhythmic complexity with a sweeping dynamic, often venturing into symphonic passages and subtle melodic interludes.

Aeon of Horus formed in 2006 and began playing live in early 2007. By late 2007 they had recorded and released a self-titled EP. The band continued to write and in early 2008 they began recording their first full length album, 'The Embodiment of Darkness and Light'. While their EP hinted at the intensity and superior musicianship of Aeon of Horus, this full length release showcases the culmination of their efforts in an epic sensory experience. Crushing riffs and technicality combine with epic and dark movements to form a unique brand of progressive metal.

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by Bad English

Bands
Mantar

Two piece monster from northern germany. debut: "death by burning" recorded in early 2013. no fancy art production -> just raw display of power. the half german / half turkish band exists for not even a year.
true battle hymns and sinister sounds of darkness. no gimmicks, no image, pure rage. bone crushin' like the berzerker's path. in spite of the fact no bassguitar has been used on the record, MANTAR manages to sound even meaner and heavier than a five piece band due to superior skills in general.

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by Bad English

Bands
Vangough

Oklahoma City based powerhouse VANGOUGH may be named after a post-impressionistic artist, come from a conservative bastion of the U.S. and draw inspiration from a variety of exotic musical styles; yet driven by the explosive, cutting edge vision of guitarist and lead vocalist Clay Withrow, the band's incisive and infectious songs and intense energy requires adjectives far beyond words that describe mainstream artists. So here's an opening attempt: committed to drawing listeners into their melodies before totally upending the tea table, they spit fiery madness by drenching your ears with a purple sunrise of melodic cocaine.

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by Bad English

Bands
Twelve Foot Ninja

Twelve Foot Ninja embody originality in everything they do. They have sold out shows across their home country Australia, have over one million YouTube views and attracted public praise from the likes of Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater/Avenged Sevenfold), Dino Cazares (Fear Factory) and Jose Mangin (Sirius XM).

Twelve Foot Ninja's debut album Silent Machine debuted at #4 on Australia's AIR Chart followed by a trail-blazing national headline tour of Australia, and rave reviews for both their debut album and live shows. Twelve Foot Ninja finally answered the calls of their North American fans with the announcement of a US/Canada tour with Periphery in Oct/Nov 2013 and the official US release of Silent Machine in the US on 8th October 2013 via Volkanik, which is distributed in the US by Super D.

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by Bad English

Bands
Mindfeeder

Mindfeeder are a Portuguese Heavy Power Metal band influenced by the Power Metal from the 90's and 00's but with a 21st Century approach and a warmth southern feeling presence in their songs.

The Band was born in 2003 as Inertia, but then changed to Mindfeeder when they recorded their first demo "Rise from the flames" in the beginning of 2004.
The song "The Traveler of Minds" taken from "Rise from the Flames" gave the band a 7th place in the 2005 Heavy Metal Eurovision Contest voted by Internauts.

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Posted: 24.11.2014 by Bad English

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