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"To some people heavy metal is Motorhead and to others it's Judas Priest."

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Anatomy Of I Splits With Drummer Marten Van Kruijssen

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 1 Comment

Anatomy Of I today has officially parted ways with drummer Marten van Kruijssen (Korpse, Houwitser).

The band has also revealed that Edwin van den Eeden (Bleeding Gods, ex-Sinister) will be stepping in as the replacement member. For more info on Anatomy of I, check out the band’s Facebook profile here.

Theologian Announces “Some Things Have To Be Endured” Vinyl Edition

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 1 Comment

Following its initial CD and digital release in October, Theologian’s latest full-length, “Some Things Have To Be Endured,” will receive a deluxe vinyl release from Crucial Blast on July 22nd, 2014.

This new LP edition of the album will come in gatefold packaging and feature completely different artwork from the CD version, using the evocative and disturbing images of NY photographer Gretchen Heinel. The vinyl will be pressed on blood-red wax in an edition of five hundred copies, and will include a digital download of the album. The track listing is as follows:

1. Black Cavern Myopia
2. The Conjoined Deviant Procession
3. Writhing Corpus Landscape
4. Gore-Stained Ramparts
5. Like Love, Only Real
6. Grand Guignol
7. Ectothermism
8. Welcome To The Golden Age Of Beggars

You can also catch Theologian live on these dates:

4/20/2014 Don Pedro – Brooklyn, NY w/ Queen Elephantine, Prana-Bindu
5/03/2014 Club Orpheus – Baltimore, MD w/ T.O.MB., Worms Of The Earth
5/08/2014 Saint Vitus – Brooklyn, NY w/ Gnaw, Whitehorse
5/24/2014 Slabtown – Portland, OR w/ Eight Bells, LKN, Eye Of Nix

Some Things Have To Be Endured by THEOLOGIAN

Ovif Releases New Album “Démence”

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News No Comments

Canadian outfit Ovif’s new album “Démence” is out now, and can be picked up at Bandcamp here. You can also hear the songs below, and the track listing is as follows:

1. Démence 04:10
2. Séquences Obscure 02:54
3. Hypersomniac 02:46
4. War Machines 02:15
5. Nécrophore 02:51
6. Seizure Complete 04:56
7. L’Évasion 03:41
8. Terra Incognita 02:51
9. New Reign 03:45
10. The Protector 03:34

Démence by OVIF

Fragore Posts New Track “Resurrection Nemesis”

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 1 Comment

Italian outfit Fragore has released a track titled “Resurrection Nemesis,” which is available for streaming in the player below.

“Resurrection Nemesis” is taken off the band’s upcoming album “The Reckoning,” due out as a CD digipak and digital download on May 3rd, 2014.

Fractal Streaming New Single “The Pledge”

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 1 Comment

Polish outfit Fractal has a new single out now titled “The Pledge,” which comes off the “Goodbye To Silence” album.

The track was mixed and mastered by PSH Audio / Przemyslaw Kordzinski and can be heard in the player below. For more info on Fractal, head over to the band’s official Facebook profile here.

Paramnesia Releases Self-Titled Album

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 1 Comment

French atmospheric black metal band Paramnesia has released a new self-titled album, which consists of two tracks clocking in at a total of over 40 minutes. You can check it out in the player below, or by heading over to the project’s Bandcamp page here.

PARAMNESIA by Paramnesia

Sleeper Effect Streaming New EP “Hero Clone”

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 1 Comment

Sleeper Effect’s “Hero Clone” EP is out now via The Orchard/WormHoleDeath, and today you can stream all the tracks online.

Listen to the songs below, or over at the Sleeper Effect Bandcamp page here. The track listing is as follows:

1. Fortress 03:58
2. Bullets 03:09
3. A City Burns 03:04
4. Hero Clone 04:27
5. Clown 04:31
6. Led Astray (Live) 05:18

The Hero Clone by Sleeper Effect

Jar’d Loose Posts “Carrion Guy” Drum Video

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News No Comments

Gear Gods has posted a video of Jar’d Loose drummer Phil Hardman playing through “Carrion Guy,” a track off the Chicago noise-rockers’ upcoming second album, “Turns 13.”

Check out the video below. Jar’d Loose will also embark this weekend on a jaunt with Montreal grinders Fuck the Facts on these dates:

Apr 18 – Oshkosh, WI @ The Underground
Apr 19 – Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club

New album “Turns 13″ was recorded by Pete Grossman (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos), mastered by Today Is The Day’s Steve Austin (Converge, Unsane), and sees its release on May 27th via The Path Less Traveled Records (CD and digital) and Threshold of Pain Records (vinyl).

Such Sights Releases “In Her Name” Music Video

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 1 Comment

Sheffield’s (UK) punk fueled alternative metal outfit Such Sights has released a new music video for “In Her Name,” taken from the band’s “Where Hell Begins” EP. Check it out below. The following press release was also issued about the band:

“The young upcoming British rock act are gearing up for a string of releases this year and live shows across the UK. Already starting to make waves across the north of England, the South Yorkshire bred quintet hit listeners hard with an exciting fusion of alternative rock, pop punk and metal.

“Influenced by bands such as Taking Back Sunday. The Bled and Comeback Kid – the fast paced, hard riffing and distinctly anthemic ‘Such Sights’ are quickly building their reputation as a live band exploding with raw energy and potential. 2014 could well see yet another Sheffield act with the skills to achieve great heights.”

Bloodstock Announces Bands For The “New Blood” Stage

April 18, 2014 Heavy Metal News 2 Comments

The organizers of the Bloodstock festival have checked in with the following announcement about confirming more bands for the 2014 edition:

“Here at Bloodstock HQ we are excited to announce the first batch of breaking bands to grace the Hobgoblin-sponsored ‘New Blood’ stage this year.

“Bloodstock is very proud to support new bands from all over the world and the ‘New Blood’ stage gives us the platform to showcase grass-roots acts,underlining their belief that you don’t necessarily need a big record deal to have a shot at playing the festival.

“The following bands were chosen from CD applications to perform at Catton Park, while more will be added later via the ‘Metal 2 The Masses’ tour which kicks off on 10th May and rolls through local clubs and venues throughout June.

“This year’s tour is the biggest to date, encompassing 23 regions, including various UK cities, as well as events in Latvia, Norway, and the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey. The best bands are chosen from each event to land a spot at Bloodstock this year. So get down to your local M2TM’s venue to support the best in breaking metal!

“The lucky seven additions span a range of metal genres; Londoners Abhorrent Decimation (death metal), Canada’s Phantom (trad metal), Slovenian’s The Canyon Observer (post-noise/sludge), Norway’s Angerman (grunge rock/metal), London outfit Brutai (metalcore), Scotland’s Scordatura (death metal), and South London outfit Stoneghost (hard classic rock).

“Has your fave new band not submitted yet? Fear not, for Bloodstock will keep hunting out new additions via CD applications, video uploads, and the aforementioned ‘Metal 2 The Masses’ tour for some weeks yet! There’s still time to enter! A full list of application options can
be found at this location.”

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