Bestial Deform- Ad Leones

Bestial Deform, Ad Leones

1.Intro / Ad Patres
2.In Maxillis Bestia
3.Chariots
4.Symbol of Salvation
5.Spirit. Rage. Flash
6.Together We’ll Destroy the World
7.Severed to Pieces
8.Hoc Est
9.I Am Alone. I Exist. I Am God
10. Christianos ad Leones

Russian death metal band realised the album. This album is a brutal death metal punch to a face, very powerful and brutal death metal album.

On this album it can be heard this interesting intro, that is apocalyptic and dark, amazing announcment for the hole album, also this raw death metal sound, made this album better, and gave it that true evil death metal vibe. Tehnical compliance is brought to ideal, acoustic is great, production is awesome. This album will take you to a jorney of darkness, ocultism, evil, chaos, destuction, brutallity and apocylpse.

Bestial Deform is anonymos band that desirves a lot of attention of public and listeners. This band is a powerful and brutal death metal band, with insane death metal music, in the most best way.

Rating Album: 10/10

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Wolf’s Hunger first official video released, signed contract with Symbol Of Domination

Wolf’s Hunger first official video released,  signed contract with Symbol Of Domination (Wolfs-Hunger)

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Cult Serbian thrash/black metallers Wolf’s Hunger have released their first official video for the track “Gvozdeni puk(Kult rata)”. The song is taken from the and’s long awaited, second full length album “Bež’te živi vraćaju se mrtvi” which is set to be released by the end of August/beginning of September via Symbol of Domination from Belarus(sub label of Satanath records from Russia).

Song “Gvozdeni puk(Kult rata)” tells about famous Serbian infantry regiment named & quot ;The Iron Regiment & quot; which participated in all the wars that Serbian army fought since September 1912 until the middle of December 1918. That regiment was famous by their legendary courage they have shown in the battles.

Video was shot in the city of Ruma, and it was directed by Vladimir Milovanović.

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Wolf’sHunger are:

Caslav Nickovic (vokal/bas)

Vladimir Musicki (guitar)

Igor Maric (guitar/backvocals)

Ivan Gaspar (drums)

Contact person: Vidoje Muric

Phonenumber: +38163693795

E-Mail: wolfshungerserbia@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Wolfs-Hunger

The Eyes Of Desolation -Awake In Dead

The Eyes Of Desolation -Awake In Dead

The Eyes Of Desolation,Awake In Dead

1.Waking Death
2.Crimson Sky
3.I Found My Place
4.Fighting for Your Cause

Costo Rica dark gothic metal band realised the album. This album is a classical gothic metal album.

On this album it can be heard the influence of melodic,atmospheric and rock music that gothic sound needs to have in it, these influences, and it is ideally fitted with the hole album. The vocals are awesome, pure gothic vocals, and unclean vocals too, pure rawness and darkness in it. Solos on the album are awesome too, they have this rock vibe to it.

Tehnical compliance is brought to ideal, acoustic is great, production is awesome. This album will take you to a place of death, darkness, coldness, sadness, lonliness.

The Eyes Of Deslolation is anonymos band that desirves a lot of attention of public and listeners. This band is a amazing and unigue gothic metal band, with awesome gothic music, in the most best way. 

The Eyes Of Desolation,Awake In Dead

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Curse The Flesh

Curse The Flesh

  • Genre:Blackened Melodic Death Metal
  • Band Members:
    Vocals: Jeremy Dahmer
    Bass/Vocals: Sterling Chinchar
    Guitars: Aaron Guy
    Guitars: Duel Guess
    Drums: Jacob Hines
  • Hometown: Mobile, AL

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1. How the band started?

“Curse the Flesh was formed when Myself (Duel Guess), our vocalist Jeremy Dahmer, and our former guitar player Wes Cook were meeting up to basically hang out, drink and write the type of music we tended to listen to on a regular basis. I was in a band at the time which was not creatively satisfying for me so when Wes told me about this guy named Jeremy who was working on putting an extreme metal band together, my interest was piqued to say the least. Within a few months we had some really solid songs that sounded nothing like what was going on here in Mobile, Al. Most metal bands in this area never tended to stray from either thrash metal or some form of southern groove, think Pantera but not nearly as fun to listen to over the years. It was at this point that we realized that we had something cool on our hands here. We recorded a few songs and then began the process of finding an extreme metal drummer capable of blast beats which in this area is actually pretty rare.
I think that is when Curse the Flesh was truly born when we went from being a solid idea to actively bringing our vision of what metal should be in our area to life. That vision was extreme metal that was actually catchy. Shorter songs with huge hooks. We were focused on songwriting, not overly flashy musical techniques. Not convoluted song structures. Not that we don’t like those things because we do, many of our favorite bands do just that, it just was not and never will be what Curse the Flesh represents.”

2. Which band is your role model?

“It is difficult for me to say just one band because i’ve been influenced by so many, but The Black Dahlia Murder has always inspired
me because of their relentless touring, amazing live shows, pheneomenal lyrics and soaring harmonies. I also really enjoyed their
happy go lucky image instead of the typical grim or brutal images most metal bands tend to portray. Although more traditionally
speaking, I would not be the type of guitar player I am today or playing this type of music if I had not discovered both Dissection
and Emperor. Those bands personified evil and beauty. Their melodies and lyrics always spirited me away to a special place in my
imagination that only black metal can truly take me to.”

3. What do You think about today’s metal scene?

“I have mixed feelings about it. In many ways I think it is healthy, bands like Mastodon and Ghost are breaking into the mainstream while the nderground bands still maintain their hold on the scene. I will say that perhaps the music itself is maybe a bit stagnant. There hasn’t been a huge shift in what metal is or sounds like in a long time but technically speaking, the shit still works. I still buy Cannibal Corpse albums on day 1 even though they haven’t changed in nearly 30 years. I suppose I wish there were more bands able to break into the underground upper echelon, but it seems like a band has to be around for 5-7 years before most metalheads start to respect anything they do. You’ve got to pay your dues, you know? But here in the Gulf Coast we’re currently experiencing a big resurgence of extreme metal. Alot of black metal too. At this point there are a ton of really good bands out here and new ones popping up daily it seems like. Panama City has Lustravi. Dothan has Evenfall. New Orleans has Sytherium and countless others. Here in Mobile we have Gathering Ov Vultures, Oracle, Excessum and ourselves. The talent pool here is getting crazy. But the crowds are showing up and the bands and venues are making money. As long as that continues, it will keep growing. I believe young southerners kind of got tired of being represented poorly by its music scene and are in the process of taking it back. I expect some of these acts to really break out in the next couple of years.”

4.How would you describe in one sentence your work?

Katy Perry with blast beats and castlevania worship.

5. Why did you decide to play this musical direction?

“Blackened melodic death metal is the best type of metal to me and I’m saddened by the fact that it kind of went away after 2000 or so. The soaring harmonies of melo death bands like At the Gates that give you this sense of epicness and adventure combined with the sound of evil emanating from bands like Emperor comes together to form the purest form of metal. This sub-genre can be heavy, fast, slow, brooding, evil, and beautiful all at the same time. There is a song we have called “”The Shroud.”” The chorus melody perfectly embodies why I chose to walk this path as a musician. It just takes me away, and that is why we all listen to music in the first place right? To be taken away. Metal is the only music that gives me chills, and Blackened Melo death is my favorite sort of metal.”

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6. Where would you most like to play a concert?

“It has always been a dream of mine to play in Europe where metal as a whole is more respected and revered than it is here in the states. Germany would have to be my dream concert. Wacken Open Air would be a dream come true. I would be content getting run over by a bus after that. Japan would be amazing as well”

7. Do you think that the metal festivals are enough visited?

“Not in this country no, Ozzfest went away, and the only replacement we got was the Rockstar Mayhem Festival which also just folded after 7 years or so. We still have Knotfest, GWAR-B-Q, Summer Slaughter and other summer festivals which I attend regularly but the turnout to those fluctuates year by year depending which bands are playing. There have been some disappointing turnouts some years for sure even if the bands playing are incredible.”

8. What are you listening to the most right now?

“Der Weg Einer Freiheit from Germany is getting heavy rotation from me, as is Revocation. The guys in Revocation are sick nasty musicians that know how to put together interesting songs that are actually catchy. Der Weg Einer Freiheit is just big, epic, and evil sounding. It is black metal from Germany so of course it is.”

9. What would you say to your fans?

I suppose if we had them all in a room. We’d just have to thank them for their outpouring of support for what we’re doing. We hoped but, when we started, everyone was telling us there was no way we could do this type of music here in this area and we’d really like to thank them for proving those people wrong. The people attending these shows are what is making this possible.

10. What are your plans for the future?

We’re currently working on our second album. We are currently still doing shows supporting our album Black Majesty and We’ll be touring heavily next year supporting our new one. So we hope to see everyone soon. In the pit. 😉

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Curse The Flesh links:

Website: http://cursethefleshofficial.bandcamp.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Cursethefleshmetal

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Nemesis

Nemesis

 

  • Ganre: Melodic Death Metal
  • Band Members:
    Vocals: Sanja Drča
    Lead guitar: Aleksandra Petrović
    Rhythm guitar: Tijana Milivojević
    Bass: Anja Tvrtković
    Drums: Selena Simić
  • Current Location: Belgrade

Nemesis

1. How the band started?

Band started in 2013. when singer Sanja Drča and guitarist Aleksandra Petrović contacted drummer Selena Simić. We wanted to make a band that is inspired by Arch Enemy. When we first met each other, we thought it would be great to make it all-female band. Shortly after, Anja Tvrtković and Tijana Milivojević joined the band, and we started taking things more seriously. We started working on our own music and now we have a music video for our first single “Vengeance” and one recorded EP that is waiting to be released.

2. Which band is your role model?

Mostly Arch Enemy, but we are also influenced by Death, In Flames, Kreator and Pantera.

3. What do You think about today’s metal scene?

Well, things aren’t that great. Many people claim that they listen to metal, but not many of them are visiting concerts or supporting the scene with things such as buying music or merchandise. Metal bands in Serbia don’t have any mainstream media coverage or support from cultural institutions. I think that these things affect bands more than we think. Also, there aren’t many clubs where metal bands can play.

4.How would you describe in one sentence your work?

Giving our best and moving boundaries with every metal step.

5. Why did you decide to play this musical direction?

Almost all the girls from the band listen to melodic death metal in their spare time. We also think that there aren’t many death metal bands in Serbia, and we wanted to change that, because we are deeply connected to the lyrics and energy of that music genre.

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6. Where would you most like to play a concert?

In Japan, definitely. Since I started playing I was hearing stories about how awesome audience in Japan is and how big is their love for metal. Besides Japan, we would like to perform on festivals in Serbia and Balkan.

7. Do you think that the metal festivals are enough visited?

I don’t think that metal festivals in Serbia are visited enough. Maybe it’s because of the lack of mainstream media support, maybe because financial situation isn’t the best at the moment. But I honestly hope that we will have more audience for metal in the future.

8. What are you listening to the most right now?

I (Selena, the drummer) am mostly listening to Arch Enemy, Trivium and Amaranthe. But right now, I’m listening to Nervosa, because I’m still under the impression of the concert we had with them few days ago.

9. What would you say to your fans?

That we appreciate their support and that they mean so much to us. We don’t have fan base that big, but it always feels good to see familiar faces in the audience. Also, stay metal and strong!

10. What are your plans for the future?

Our plan is to release our EP really soon. Also, we are planning to enter the studio in winter to record our debut album.

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Nemesis links:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nemesis-422504471186343
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUkziyC9BQkFh6-0vpLwpdQ

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SkullsnBones Premiere WITHOUT MERCY Guitar Playthrough ‘In Waves’ ft. Mark Hunter (Chimaira)

SkullsnBones Premiere WITHOUT MERCY Guitar Playthrough For ‘In Waves’ ft. Mark Hunter (Chimaira)
Canadian Tour Dates
 (AB/MB/SK/ON/QC)
New EP ‘Mouichido’ Out Now!

 

Tour Dates:

June 24 – Ottawa, ON – Cafe dekcuf – info
June 28 – Portage la Prairie, MB – Masonic Hall
July 1 – Prince George, BC – The Art Place – info
July 2 – Burns Lake, BC – The Dungeon
Jul 23 – SBC Restaurant – Vancouver, BC

Without Mercy, In Waves, Mark Hunter, Chimaira, Mouichido

Photo Credit: Shimon Karmel

      Currently on Canadian tour in support of their new EP ‘Mouichido’, Vancouver, BC’s WITHOUT MERCY  have teamed up with SkullsnBones.com to premiere their next guitar playthrough for their track ‘In Waves’ that features vocals from Mark Hunter of Chimaira.

“Crazy things happen when your buddy runs a butcher shop and has an open mind.  We shot this video as a playthrough ,but with a different spin on the concept. There was so much blood and flesh, I almost went vegan. Almost.” comments guitarist DJ Temple.

To watch the video, please visit the following link: http://skullsnbones.com/without-mercy-exclusive-premiere-of-guitar-playthrough-for-in-waves/ 

The band’s new EP ‘Mouichido’ is a rebirth for the band as it’s a re-release of re-recorded material from their 2014 EP ‘Reborn’. ‘Mouichido’ is the Japanese word for “Repeat” or “to do one more time” and is perfectly titled for the EP to signify its re-release of previously recorded versions that now feature new vocalist Alex Friis and bass tracks recorded by Tristan Martin plus live performance being done by Ryan Loewen along with a guest appearance by vocalist Mark Hunter of Chimaira on track ‘In Waves’.

A full stream of ‘Mouichido’ can be heard at the following links below:
Bandcamp
Decibel Magazine

Music Video – Burn – NCS | Youtube

Video – Worthless – Youtube

Without Mercy, In Waves, Mark Hunter, Chimaira, Mouichido

1. Worthless (3:48)
2. In Waves (Ft. Mark Hunter of Chimaira) (4:06)
3. Burn (4:27)
4. Morphine (5:56)
EP Length: 18:19

For more info, please visit: www.WithoutMercyBand.com.

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Tenacity, work ethic and originality. There’s no excuses anymore.

Vancouver-based Without Mercy certainly stays true to its name. Ruthless and menacing, these Canadian metal titans have cultivated and redefined the phrase, “Fuck Pussy Metal”.

Founded in 2004, Without Mercy has gone from strength to strength over the years. They released their first EP “All Else Fails” in 2007 completely independently and used its humble beginnings to start the catapulting of performances, internet presence and radio play. In 2009, Without Mercy went on to record their self-titled full length album using the same team that worked on records by Devin Townsend, Mudvayne, and Marilyn Manson.  Without Mercy rode the attention wave of their self-titled debut, using the escalation to begin a relentless performance schedule that would lead them far from their hometown and include over 200 live performances.  No stranger to tenacity, in only a few short years Without Mercy have achieved; being the only indie metal band in Western Canada to have two tracks available on Rock Band 3, being featured in Tattoo Savage Magazine, and pioneering the phrases, ‘You Smell Like A Bitch’ and ‘Fuck Pussy Metal’ – which have now become synonymous with the band.

In 2014, Without Mercy unleashed third studio release, “Reborn”.  Another massive evolution for the band, Without Mercy sought to bring back the organic metal sound and combine it with a high production standard.  Fast forward to 2016, some line up changes with a new vocalist and bassist, the band is ready to share with fans re-recorded material from ‘Reborn’ on their new EP ‘Mouichido’ that even features Chimaira vocalist Mark Hunter on their track ‘In Waves’. The EP is set to be unleashed on May 27th, 2016 and will be supported with a steady rotation of touring and appearances across Canada and the USA. All of course, independently.

Source: Asher Media Relations