Epic melodic death metallers Nothgard post tour recap and launch video for “Guardians Of Sanity”

– December 12th, 2018 –

Epic Melodic Death Metallers Nothgard have just finished their live activities for 2018. Bandleader Dom R. Crey comments: “Wow, what a blast! Four weeks, countless shows all over Europe and an incredibly awesome time. At the end of October, we started with the guys of Parasite Inc. in the ‘Malady X‘ release-tour, and would like to thank all those who came to the shows. The energy that our fans put up here was fantastic. We had never expected that lyrics of the new songs would be shouted at us during those shows – incredible! Just as great was the subsequent European tour with our Finnish brothers in mind, Omnium Gatherum & Wolfheart. Again, a big thank you to all our fans in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain, Hungary and Co – you know who you are!”

Nothgard filmed an abundance of material during their latest tour; the band has now launched a video for the Malady X track, “Guardians Of Sanity”, which can be viewed at: youtu.be/oeOGTz3dmvc

Dom R. Crey comments: “We have managed to film a new video on tour, this time as a live performance for the song ‘Guardians of Sanity’ from our new album ‘Malady X‘. Camera and editing was handled by Wolfheart mastermind Tuomas Saukkonen, who is also producing the clips for his own band. If you couldn’t come to the shows you now have the chance to get a glimpse of our live performance to headbang through your house!”

Nothgard has entered the official German album charts with their latest album Malady X, at position 53! To preview and purchase Malady X, please visit: metalblade.com/nothgard

Nothgard are working now on festival appearances for 2019. Stay tuned.

Nothgard line-up:
Dom R. Crey – Vocals, Lead Guitar, Studio Keyboards
Skaahl – Guitars
Nico Kolja – Bass, Backing Vocals
Felix Indra – Drums

Nothgard online:
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https://www.instagram.com/nothgard
https://nothgard.com

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Anthrax Frontman Joey Belladonna Sings National Anthem Before Chicago Cubs Vs. San Francisco Giants Game

Anthrax frontman Joey Belladonna sang the U.S. national anthem on May 25, before Chicago Cubs’ victory over the San Francisco Giants in the opener of a three-game series at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. Footage of his rendition can be seen in the clips below.

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Fan-Filmed Footage Of Misfits’ Reunion Show In California Surfaces On YouTube

Misfits’ classic lineup of Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only, and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein reunited for two shows in 2017. The shows took place on December 28 in Las Vegas and December 30 at the Forum in Inglewood, California, and fan-filmed footage of the latter has now surfaced on YouTube.

Which is quite weird considering the strict “no cellphones & cellphones will be locked up” policy that was emailed to ticketholders for both of the shows. So either they didn’t enforce that, or people just managed to sneak cellphones in there. The band is also joined by ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and guitarist Acey Slade.

Check out the clips below:

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Fan-Filmed Footage Of Misfits’ Reunion Show In California Surfaces On YouTube

Misfits’ classic lineup of Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only, and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein reunited for two shows in 2017. The shows took place on December 28 in Las Vegas and December 30 at the Forum in Inglewood, California, and fan-filmed footage of the latter has now surfaced on YouTube.

Which is quite weird considering the strict “no cellphones & cellphones will be locked up” policy that was emailed to ticketholders for both of the shows. So either they didn’t enforce that, or people just managed to sneak cellphones in there. The band is also joined by ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and guitarist Acey Slade.

Check out the clips below:

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Angel Vivaldi Announces “Synapse” Album Release

Angel Vivaldi’s new conceptual opus, “Synapse,” is now officially set for an October 6th release. “Synapse” consists of eight songs, each written for a specific brain chemical, which incites a different emotion.

For full immersion, the studio was painted eight times during the writing of each individual song in its associated color. Check out the clips below for a look at the artwork and brand new song “Dopamine” featuring Oli Herbert.

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Demon Hunter Has Best 1st Week Sales Of Career With “Outlive”

Many bands are used to experiencing the reality of the downward sales trend by the time they get to an eighth album. However, Demon Hunter’s eighth opus “Outlive” is defying those very music industry sales trends.

The album, released by Solid State Records, marks the band’s biggest first-week sales numbers of its entire career, with nearly 19,000 copies sold, along with its highest chart positions. Below are the album’s first week statistics:

#25 — Top 200
#8 — Top Current Albums
#1 — Indie
#2 — Hard Music
#2 — Rock
#2 — Christian
#7 — Physical
#11 — Digital
#11 — Vinyl

The band also released a series of videos from the album. Check out the clips for “Half As Dead” and “Died In My Sleep.”

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Car Bomb Announces “Meta” Album Release

Metal enigma Car Bomb announces third full-length album “Meta” is coming October 28th, with pre-orders online at this location.

To introduce “Meta” to the world, Car Bomb chose to launch things in a cryptic way. On August 15th, the band emailed individual 5-second sound clips to select fans, with no explanation or instructions. Fans quickly connected with one another via social media and began piecing the clips together. In about one week, the work was completed and one full song was revealed: opening track, “From the Dust of This Planet.”

A rich, 3-minute slice of what lies in store, “From the Dust of This Planet” churns and shifts, expanding and contracting like a conscious and schizophrenic machine – listen in below.

“Meta” was produced by Gojira’s Joe Duplantier and Car Bomb guitarist Greg Kubacki, and mixed and mastered byJosh Wilbur (Megadeth, Lamb of God, Hatebreed, Escape the Fate). The album was tracked at Silver Cord Studio in Brooklyn, New York, the studio co-owned by Joe Duplantier and Car Bomb drummer Elliot Hoffman.

1. From the Dust of This Planet
2. Secrets Within
3. Nonagon
4. Gratitude
5. Constant Sleep
6. The Oppressor (featuring Joe Duplantier of Gojira)
7. Black Blood
8. Sets (featuring Frank Mullen of Suffocation)
9. Cenotaph
10. Lights Out
11. Infinite Sun

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More In Studio Footage Available From Nightmare

French metal act Nightmare posted more in studio videos, featuring bass, guitar and vocal recording footage for the band’s upcoming new album, which will be released via AFM Records.

Nightmare is currently in Noise Factory Studio recording the follow up to the 2014 release “The Aftermath.” The band recently saw lineup changes with the departure of longtime vocalist Joe Amore (Now Or Never) and brother David Amore, who were replaced by Casula and new vocalist Magali Luyten (Beyond the Bridge/Frameshift).

More information on the album is expected soon. Check out the clips here:

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Iced Earth Premieres New Live Videos Performing “Plagues of Babylon” & “Plagues of Babylon” Aboard 70000 Tons Of Metal Cruise

YouTubers “Carol Bouchard et Sylvie Guay” and “Raven Lunatic” are streaming video footage of Iced Earth performing “Plagues of Babylon” and “Boiling Point” live aboard the “70000 Tons Of Metal” cruise. The 2016 edition of “70000 Tons Of Metal” set sail from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, FL on February 4 and returned on Monday, February 8.

Check out the clips now below.

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Gaytheist And Rabbits Streaming New Split Songs

“Gay*Bits” – the brand new split LP from Portland’s Gaytheist and Rabbits – is due out August 21 via Good To Die Records.

In the meantime, you can check out brand new original tracks from each band streaming online this week. Check out “Ready To Right” by Rabbits, as well as “Run To Away To Home” by Gaythiest, in the clips provided below.

The split’s full track listing is as follows:

1. Hope The Nihilist (Gaytheist original)
2. Run Away To Home (Gaytheist original)
3. We And Zoo (Rabbits cover performed by Gaytheist, original can be found on the album “Bites Rites” by Rabbits)
4. Fight Right (Rabbits cover performed by Gaytheist, original can be found on the album “Bites Rites” by Rabbits)
5. I Quit (Gaytheist song, performed by Gaytheist with Josh from Rabbits on vocals – orginal can be found on the album “Rainbows Have Nothing to Hide” by Gaytheist)
6. Soap Scum (Original written by Jason from Gaytheist and Josh from Rabbits, performed by Gaytheist)
7. Soap Scum (Original written by Jason from Gaytheist and Josh from Rabbits, performed by Rabbits)
8. Move Her Body (Rabbits song, performed by Rabbits with Jason from Gaytheist on vocals, original can be found on the album “Bites Rites” by Rabbits)
9. I’m On Top (Gaytheist cover performed by Rabbits, original can be found on the album “Rainbows Have Nothing to Hide” by Gaytheist)
10. 60 Easy Payments (Gaytheist cover performed by Rabbits, original can be found on the album “Hold Me…But Not So Tight” by Gaytheist)
11. The New Government You (Rabbits original)
12. Ready To Right (Rabbits original)

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