Triverse Massacre Premieres New Music Video “Styx” From Latest EP “Hades”

UK’s Triverse Massacre premieres a new music video for “Styx”, taken from the band’s latest EP “Hades”, out in stores now via Bandcamp.

Check out now “Styx” below.

Says the band about “Styx”:

“Styx is the angriest song on the EP which is fitting as it’s based on the river of hate and a perfect way to kick things off. Starting with a huge call to arms vocal before going into a full-on thrash assault. The bridge section veers off into orchestral black metal territory.”

Triverse Massacre is:

Liam Stark (Vocals)
James Graham (Guitar)
Chris Kelsall (Guitar)
Jason McEwan (Bass)
Mike Collins (Drums).

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This Or The Apocalypse Reveals Details For New Album "Dead Years"

This or the Apocalypse has announced the brand new album “Dead Years” will be released on September 25th, 2012. “‘Dead Years’ is full of some of the most painfully honest material we’ve ever written,” says front man Ricky Armellino.

This will be the band’s first release since “Haunt What’s Left,” produced by Josh Wilbur and Lamb Of God’s own Chris Adler in 2010. “Dead Years” was produced by Kevin Lankford and engineered by Andreas Magnusson. “The album features both some of the saddest, most melodic songs we’ve ever played and it also holds some of the angriest.”

When asked what fans can expect, Armellino concludes: “It’s about war and family, how we’re really never unaffected by the world around us, no matter how hard we try to get away from it. We’re very proud to finally get the opportunity to release it.”

The album’s track listing is:

1. Hell Praiser
2. Power Hawk
3. In Wolves
4. Americans
5. Hate the Ones You Love
6. You Own No One but You
7. A Damn Moment
8. Gaunt and Fierce
9. Kill’em With Guidance
10. Hard Branch to Snap

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This Or The Apocalypse Reveals Details For New Album "Dead Years"

This or the Apocalypse has announced the brand new album “Dead Years” will be released on September 25th, 2012. “‘Dead Years’ is full of some of the most painfully honest material we’ve ever written,” says front man Ricky Armellino.

This will be the band’s first release since “Haunt What’s Left,” produced by Josh Wilbur and Lamb Of God’s own Chris Adler in 2010. “Dead Years” was produced by Kevin Lankford and engineered by Andreas Magnusson. “The album features both some of the saddest, most melodic songs we’ve ever played and it also holds some of the angriest.”

When asked what fans can expect, Armellino concludes: “It’s about war and family, how we’re really never unaffected by the world around us, no matter how hard we try to get away from it. We’re very proud to finally get the opportunity to release it.”

The album’s track listing is:

1. Hell Praiser
2. Power Hawk
3. In Wolves
4. Americans
5. Hate the Ones You Love
6. You Own No One but You
7. A Damn Moment
8. Gaunt and Fierce
9. Kill’em With Guidance
10. Hard Branch to Snap

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