Evil Nerfal Premiere New Song “Fuck Off Jesus Christ” From Upcoming New Album “Bellum Est Pater Omnium”

Born in Pasto, a city in southwestern Colombia Evil Nerfal premiere a new song entitled “Fuck Off Jesus Christ”, taken from their upcoming new album “Bellum Est Pater Omnium”, which will be co-released by Satanath Records’ label-partners GrimmDistribution (Belarus) and Morbid Skull Records (El Salvador).

Check out now “Fuck Off Jesus Christ” below.

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Megadeth Honored With “Best Metal Performance” Grammy Award

Megadeth took home the Grammy tonight for the “Best Metal Performance” category at the 59th annual Grammy Awards, held Sunday, February 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The nomination marked Megadeth’s twelfth over the years. Megadeth was nominated for “Dystopia”, the title track for the band’s 2016 album.

As Megadeth approached the stage to accept the award, the house band inexplicably played Metallica’s classic “Master Of Puppets.”

Says mainman Dave Mustaine in his acceptance speech:

“Fantastic! Only took twelve tries to get this. Last time we were here, we were talking to Kenny G, and he asked me how many times we were here, and he goes, ‘Well, eleven isn’t that bad.’ And I said, ‘How many times did it take you?’ And he said, Twenty-one.’ And I was, like, ‘Oh, my god. If it takes twenty-one times… I don’t know if I’ll live that long.’ I wanna thank Jesus Christ, I wanna thank my wife, my children, all the band’s wives and kids, I wanna thank our management, our label, our agent, our attorney, our crew, all of you, especially the metal community. I think it’s a little weird that we ended up being category 69, but somebody’s got a sense of humor.”

Finally! pic.twitter.com/2KqdWhSrAX

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) February 12, 2017

The nominees in the “Best Metal Performance” category were as follows:

Baroness – “Shock Me”
Gojira – “Silvera”
Korn – “Rotting In Vain”
Periphery – “The Price Is Wrong”

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Spiritus Mortis Takes A “Holiday In The Cemetery”

Finland’s most ancient purveyors of doom metal from Spiritus Mortis are back with a vengeance and today you can hear new track “Holiday in the Cemetery” below. This track hails from the band’s upcoming album “The Year is One,” set for international release on November 11th via Svart Records.

Seven years have passed since Spiritus Mortis’ previous offering,” The God Behind The God.” Now on a fourth album, “The Year Is One” is a mirror to your childhood’s occult fantasies. It is what you thought you heard when listening to your favorite headbanging music – even though those bands actually sang about sex and drugs and driving fast cars, whereas Spiritus Mortis’ material really does deal with black magic and necrophilia.

1. Robe of Ectoplasm
2. I am a Name on Your Funeral Wreath
3. Babalon Working
4. Jesus Christ, Son of Satan
5. Holiday in the Cemetery
6. She Died a Virgin
7. Black Magic, White Powder
8. World of No Light

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Grossty Releasing “Crocopter” Album

Bangalore, India-based grind outfit Grossty is gearing up to drop the “Crocopter” LP via Transcending Obscurity on November 15th, 2016. Today new 43 second track “Death Roll” comes online and can be heard below, while the album’s full track listing is as follows:

1. Brink
2. Zit
3. Laugh at their Lives
4. Burn Baby Burn
5. Cop Hand
6. Corporate Gigolo
7. Crocopter
8. Death Roll
9. Saltie
10. Froggy the Killa
11. Get Grinded
12. Gounder Grind
13. Mermaid Marriage
14. Proud to be a Pervert
15. Lunch Skipper
16. Pussy Bun
17. Mouthful of Mayonnaise
18. Jesus Christ
19. Rawr
20. Crocking
21. Tortoise on the Tree

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Spiritus Mortis Streaming New Song “Babalon Working”

Finland’s ancient purveyors of doom metal from Spiritus Mortis are back with a vengeance. Today new track “Babalon Working” comes online and can be heard below. The track hails from the band’s new album “The Year is One,” set for international release on November 11th via Svart Records.

Seven years have passed since Spiritus Mortis’ previous offering, “The God Behind The God.” Now on a fourth album, “The Year Is One: is a mirror to your childhood’s occult fantasies.

1. Robe of Ectoplasm
2. I am a Name on Your Funeral Wreath
3. Babalon Working
4. Jesus Christ, Son of Satan
5. Holiday in the Cemetery
6. She Died a Virgin
7. Black Magic, White Powder
8. World of No Light

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New Album “The Year Is One” Detailed By Spiritus Mortis

Finland’s most ancient purveyors of doom metal, Spiritus Mortis are back with a vengeance! Seven years have passed since their previous offering, “The God Behind The God,” also their first featuring ex-Reverend Bizarre vocalist Albert Witchfinder. Now on their fourth album, “The Year Is One” is a mirror to your childhood’s occult fantasies. It is what you thought you heard when listening to your favorite headbanging music – even though those bands actually sang about sex and drugs and driving fast cars, whereas Spiritus Mortis’ material really does deal with black magic and necrophilia. It is as heavy and evil as one can get without slipping away from the world of pure old-school heavy metal.

Prepared with the kind of passion and time-consuming concentration that is fitting of the doom metal genre, “The Year Is One” was several years in the making, and the dedication is palpably present in the music. The band’s roots in Dio-era Sabbath sounds are there, but the men play with a heavy-handed yet melodic vigor rather unusual in the genre. Albert Witchfinder’s voice carries a newfound joy of expression, and he delivers his bedtime stories about demon summoning and corpse violation as if possessed by evil genius.

Svart Records will release this work of supreme darkness on November 11th on CD, digital, and double vinyl. At this point, the only confirmed live appearance will be in November in Helsinki, supporting Satan and Pentagram. The first track premiere shall be announced shortly. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

1. Robe of Ectoplasm
2. I am a Name on Your Funeral Wreath
3. Babalon Working
4. Jesus Christ, Son of Satan
5. Holiday in the Cemetery
6. She Died a Virgin
7. Black Magic, White Powder
8. World of No Light

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New Track “Last Runaway” Premiered By W.A.S.P.

W.A.S.P. premiered the new track “Last Runaway” – the first taste of the new album “Golgotha” – over at Ultimate Classic Rock at this location (also streaming in the player below). The album drops on October 9th via Steamhammer/SPV Records.

“Forty years ago I came to Hollywood as a teenager,” says frontman Blackie Lawless. “Terrified and scared out of my mind, I had no idea what waited there for me. The song ‘Last Runaway’ is an intensely personal account of what happened to me, not only then but over the years and the success that followed after. Be it a kid looking for success in the music business or any life challenging endeavor that someone would ‘Runaway’ from in life, I’m certain that everyone can relate to this story one way or another. It’s another kid ‘chasing the dream’ and trying to survive it in the process. We’ve all been there.”

Named after the hill where Jesus Christ was crucified, “Golgotha” (which means “place of the skull”) continues their exploration of Biblical horror stories that W.A.S.P. employed on Babylon. “‘There are times in any band’s career that somehow all things mesh together,” says Lawless. “Their experiences, influences, and personal timing bring them into a common space. This has happened with this record. Four years in the making has provided direction, but even greater reflection.”

The track listing for the album is:

1. Scream
2. Last Runaway
3. Shotgun
4. Miss You
5. Fallen Under
6. Slaves of the New World Order
7. Eyes of My Maker
8. Hero of the World
9. Golgotha

Check out “Last Runaway” here:

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Lament Inks Deal With Roxx Records

Mexico-based Christian death metal act Lament has signed to Roxx Records for the release of a brand new EP, which also marks the band’s 20th anniversary. The band is currently working on anniversary items that will be unveiled in the coming weeks. Roxx Records comments:

“Lament formed in Mexico City in 1993 and has been led by Abel Gomez since its inception. Today the band features Abel on lead guitar for the band, which also features Fidel Sanchez on vocals, Miguel Martinez on drums and Carlos Daniel Renteria on bass. The band has released 4 full length albums and a compilation of fan favorites in their 20 years together. The band also recently released a Limited Edition 20th Anniversary DVD compilation documenting the band’s history.”

When asked about the signing to Roxx Records and the release of this special Limited Edition EP Abel had this to say: “We are proud to be part of the Roxx family this will be a blast we promise you a killer EP, 20 years now and still rocking for the Lord we keep the flame burning Jesus Christ is Lord.”

Watch for full release details and further information at the Roxx Records website.

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Society 1 Releases New Music Video For "Kill Me"

The new video and single “Kill Me” (Directed by Amy Sampson and Lord Zane) from Society 1 has officially been released and is the first song from the upcoming EP “Screams Of A Sadist.” Check out the clip below. The sound and direction of the music is a return to the earlier industrial roots of Society 1, yet the video breaks new ground conceptually compared to previous efforts of the band. Lord Zane commented:

“This video ties in directly to the lyrical content where every other video Society 1 created had a very vague connection to the song if any at all. I really wanted the images to reflect what I am singing about so I made the scenes very literal yet interesting. The song is called Kill Me and that’s what is happening in the majority of the video. I’m being killed through erotic asphyxiation, I’m bleeding out during an orgy after getting my wrists slashed, I’m dying through crucifixion which is the most famous way of being murdered thanks to Jesus Christ so on and so forth.“

These scenes when understood within that context make perfect sense but there is the one role Zane plays in the video that is bound to raise some questions of his intentions. “I actually play Adolf Hitler in the video. It is the first time I acted out a role as someone else. It was an interesting transformation I had to go through in order to be able and do it. You have to drop all social stigma associated with the symbols and history and approach it from the other direction. As if it’s something you believe in or the character wouldn’t really come across well. “

This still leaves the question to why portray Hitler and Zane explains how this decision was again based on the lyrical content of the song. “I talk about Hitler in the song as if I could have been him in a previous life because of how hated I am in this life, not to mention how horrid my Karma has seemed to be these past seven years. It’s kind of been a joke between my close friends and I. They would always ask why everyone seems to hate me with such intensity. I would say I must have been Hitler in my past life. The melding of that idea and expressing it through music finally happened and if you ask me my portrayal of him is rather disturbing.”

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The Odious Posts "Fighting Satan’s Army (of Jew Bankers)" Track Online

The Odious has posted a track online titled “Fighting Satan’s Army (of Jew Bankers),” which can be heard below. The band commented:

“We, The Odious, in our quest for musical truth, have had an epiphany. We have accepted Jesus Christ as our lord and savior. Because of this, we have had to change our once-blasphemous style of music into something a little more God-friendly! So as promised, here is a tasty new jam. Enjoy!”

You can also check out the band’s previously posted demo track “The Gynecic Curse” here.

Fighting Satan’s Army (of Jew Bankers) by The Odious

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