Horrid Streams New Track “The Black March”

Today, old-school death metal crew Horrid premieres the opening track “The Black March,” taken from the band’s fifth album, “Beyond the Dark Border,” which is set for international release on June 1st via Dunkelheit Produktionen. The upcoming album’s full track listing is as follows:

1. The Black March
2. Cursed Dunes
3. Blood Painted Walls
4. The Eyes Of Terror
5. The Statement
6. Sacrilegious Fornication
7. Missing End
8. Demonic Challenge
9. Beyond The Black Border

Beyond The Dark Border by HORRID

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Tutti I Colori Del Buio Streaming New LP “Initiation Into Nothingness”

Italian hardcore horror punk quartet Tutti I Colori Del Buio just released the “Initiation Into Nothingness” debut LP this week, and now the full album is online for streaming below. Italian fans can also see the band live on these dates:

10/16/2016 Grind On The Road Festival – Rimini, IT
10/19/2016 Free Ride – Perugia, IT
10/20/2016 Scumm – Pescara, IT
10/21/2016 Arci Dallò – Castiglione Delle Stiviere, IT
10/22/2016 Novak – Scorzè, IT
10/23/2016 FOA Boccaccio – Monza, IT
11/12/2016 Arci Border – Torino, IT
11/18/2016 No Cage – Prato, IT
11/19/2016 TBA – Terni, IT
11/26/2016 Cs Baraonda – Segrate, IT

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Berserkers Releasing New Album “Lock & Load”

The new Berserkers full-length album “Lock & Load” will release this coming September, with the artwork now available below.

Founded in 2009, the group’s sound leans towards a modern hard Rrock oriented style. The following press release was also issued:

“With this new album, ‘Lock & Load,’ Berserkers members have the desire to produce a more advanced musical result, both in terms of composition and level of quality of the sound production, which is fully operated by Arthur Orsini, the band’s guitarist.

“It takes you into a warm world at the border between western movies and the 80’s. The kind of hard rock they don’t make anymore that smells like sand and dust!”

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BTBAM Announces Headlining Mexican Shows

Between The Buried And Me has confirmed two headlining shows in Mexico for next year. The band will be heading to Guadalajara and Mexico City on the 20th and 21st of February, respectively.

This will be the band’s first time back in Mexico since 2008: fans south of the border might recall BTBAM’s show that year in Mexico City with Dream Theater in front of a crowd 10,000 strong.

2/20/15 – Guadalajara, Mexico – C3 Stage
2/21/15 – Mexico City, Mexico – Lunario

Between the Buried and Me’s first ever blu-ray release, “Future Sequence: Live at the Fidelitorium” was released in September and debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top Music Video chart. A sample of the video, “Extremophile Elite,” in its 10:03 entirety can be seen now on YouTube.

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Structures Turned Away At U.S. Border

Canadian outfit Structures has issued the following announcement about being turned away at the U.S. border:

“We are sad to announce that we were denied access into the United States last night at the border.

“This is the first time we have ever been turned away from entering the US to tour in the 4 years of being a band, so this is very unsettling for us as it is a matter that is COMPLETELY out of our hands.

“We can promise everyone who was expecting to see us that we are doing everything in our power to get into the country and we have been on the phone all day sorting out the quickest resolution.

“We are extremely let down with this situation and will keep you all updated as we hear more.”

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Saxon Adds More South American Live Shows

Saxon has announced an international release for “Heavy Metal Thunder – The Movie” this month, and the band will also be releasing new album “Sacrifice” in February next year. The band has now checked in with the following update about new South American shows:

“Hello Saxon Universe, for all our fans south of the border, we are happy to announce 3 more dates to our 2013 Sacrifice World Tour:

24.03.2013 – Mexico City – Plaza Condesa
26.03.2013 – Sao Paulo – A Seringueira
28.12.2013 – Buenos Aires – El Teatro Flores

“Historically, these have been 3 of our favorite cities to perform in and we are looking forward to seeing everyone again!

“Stay tuned for more updates and news! Keep the faith!”

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Obscura To Miss Tonight’s Halifax Tour Date Due To Border Problems

German technical death metal band Obscura has issued the following brief announcement about canceling the band’s Halifax show tonight due to problems crossing the border:

“Relapse and Obscura regret that the band isn’t able to make the Halifax show tonight. Obscura was held at the border for over 5 hours, and when they were finally able to get through it simply didn’t leave enough time to make the drive to Halifax.

The band hopes to return to play for their Halifax fans on their next trip to North America.”

A video interview with Obscura in Slovenia was also recently posted online and can be viewed by heading over here.

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