Xtreem Music Signs Cruentator For Debut Album

Italian aggressive thrash metal band Cruentator has just inked a deal with Xtreem Music for the release of the debut album “Ain’t War Hell?,” which is targeted to drop in January 2018.

Formed back in 2016, and featuring members from the brutal gore band Bowel Stew, Cruentator was born with the intention of creating the most punishing kind of thrash metal. After a couple of shows opening for legendary Necrodeath, the band entered Toxic Basement Studios in early 2017 to record “Ain’t War Hell?,” which features 8 songs of a merciless thrashl influenced by acts like Demolition Hammer, Morbid Saint, Slaughter, Razor, Kreator, Sodom, Incubus and Devastation.

The cover art for “Ain’t War Hell?” was created by artist Five Miligrams, responsible for iconic artworks of bands such as Morbid Saint and Massacre.

The artwork and first single will be revealed soon.

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New Song “No God, No Devil (Worship Metal)” Streaming From Axecutor

Brazilian speed metal act Axecuter is streaming the track “No God, No Devil (Worship Metal)” from the debut full length release “Metal Is Invincible.” The album was released back in March via Inferno Records.

Axecutor features Daniel Azevedo a/k/a “Danmented” from the brutal death metal act Imperious Malevolence. Check out the track here:

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Birth Through Gore Releasing "Reign Of Depravity"

Greek extreme death metal band Birth Through Gore will be unleashing its debut “Reign of Depravity” via Sevared Records. Over on YouTube you can hear one of the songs they will include on this debut release, plus you can watch “In the Brim of Decimation” below. Birth Through Gore has been streaming these tracks while they prepare for the release of the record.

The members of the band came together from the Greek bands Evade and Erectus between 2007 and 2009. John ‘Rem3dy’ Nakos from the brutal death metal band Mortal Torment, who has created art for bands such as Devourment and Prostitute Disfigurement, made the album cover for “Reign of Depravity.” Stream two more tracks from Birth Through Gore over on MySpace.

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