Farewell To Arms Posts Electronic Press Kit Discussing Band’s History

Germany’s Farewell to Arms, which recently signed to the Massacre Records roster, has now posted an electronic press kit online to introduce the band to new fans. Check out the clip below, which features the band discussing its history and sound.

Farewell to Arms will be entering Weltraumstudios in Munich this coming Spring to record a new full-length album. To check out the latest with the band, head over to the Farewell to Arms Facebook page.

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Devil’s Note Posts Video Clip For "Babalon Whore"

Polish act Devil’s Note has posted a new video clip online for the song “Babalon Whore,” which you can check out below. The band also commented:

“We are pleased and proud to finally present our latest work – Babalon Whore. We thank those without whom it would have failed:

– Michal Goran Miegon – for recording drums and vocals (studio Music Saloon)
– Michal Urgul Barski – for mixing and mastering the song
– Sebastian Gizmo Parat – for shooting and mounting the clip

“We invite you to listen, watch and comment.”

For more info on the band and to hear music available for streaming online, navigate over to the Devil’s Note Facebook profile.

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Pegazus Posts New Music Video For "Road Warrior"

Australian power metal band Pegazus posted a new music video for the track “Road Warrior,” which appears on the latest effort “In Metal We Trust” released this past April through Black Leather records. The video was filmed on location in Melbourne, Australia in the exact location and road that was used for the filming of the classic Australian movie “Mad Max.” The video was directed by Aaron McLoughlin & Judd Hyland, who also responsible for the bands “Haunting Me” video (seen here), released earlier in the year.

Check out “Road Warrior” here:

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Amon Amarth Confirms For Brutal Assault 2012 Festival

Swedish death metal giants Amon Amarth are the latest band to confirm an appearance at the Brutal Assault 2012 Festival. The festival will be held from August 9-11, 2012 at the Old Army Fortress in Josefov, Czech Republic.

Amon Amarth will join the following bands who had previously confirmed:

Cattle Decapitation
Dimmu Borgir
General Surgery
Heaven Shall Burn
Paradise Lost
Protest The Hero
The Black Dahlia Murder

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Sorrowful Angels Releases New Music Video For "Right Of Way"

Greece’s Sorrowful Angels has posted a new video clip online, available below, for the track “Right Of Way.” The song is taken from the band’s “Omens” album. The band also commented:

“Dear friends, we are really excited to present to you, our latest video clip called ‘Right Of Way.’ Produced by Raw Rec productions for Sorrowful Angels. Right of Way is the first video of the ‘Omens’ album which will be released really soon!”

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3 Inches Of Blood Checks In From The First Day Of Recording

3 Inches of Blood entered Vogville Studios yesterday to begin recording the band’s fifth full-length album. The group has now checked in with the following brief recap of the first day’s recording:

“DAY ONE in the studio was FUCKING EXCELLENT! Ash truly beat the shit out of his drums, and he’s going to do it again tomorrow! This calls for a beer!

“Justin just listened to ‘The View’ by Lou Reed and Metallica, and now he can’t stop singing ‘I am the stew, I am the bread bowl.'”

For more of the latest 3 Inches of Blood recording updates and to check out photos uploaded from the studio, head over to the band’s Facebook profile here.

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Opeth Confirmed For Wacken Open Air 2012

Swedish progressive metal veterans Opeth have been confirmed as the latest band for next year’s Wacken Open Air festival, which will take place from August 2nd – 4th in Wacken, Germany.

The lineup for the festival is now as follows:

Amon Amarth
Axel Rudi Pell
Cradle Of Filth
Dark Funeral
Gamma Ray
Henry Rollins (Spoken Word)
Machine Head
Napalm Death
Paradise Lost
Sick Of It All
Six Feet under

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Taake Streaming New Album "Noregs Vaapen" Online

“Noregs Vaapen,” the latest offering of blackened mayhem from Norway’s Taake, was unleashed to North American fans via Candlelight Records yesterday, November 1st. In celebration of its release, a full stream of the record is currently available via The Onion’s A.V. Club. Head over to this location to check out the album stream.

The album was produced by Bjørnar E. Nilsen (Dead To This World, The Batallion, Helheim, Vulture Industries, etc.), and features guest appearances by Nocturno Culto (Darkthrone), Attila Csihar (Mayhem), and Demonaz (Immortal). You can check out Metalunderground.com’s review of the album here.

The track listing is as follows:

1. Fra Vadested Til Vaandesmed
2. Orkan
3. Nordbundet
4. Du Ville Ville Vestland
5. Myr
6. Helvetesmakt
7. Dei Vil Alltid Klaga Og Kyta

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Krisiun Streaming Entire New Album "The Great Execution"

Krisiun’s new album, “The Great Execution,” is now available for purchase today (November 1st) in North America. In celebration of this release, the band is now giving fans the chance to preview “The Great Execution” in its entirety at Hails and Horns.com.

To hear the latest from the Brazilian death metal trio, click here for the exclusive album stream and track-by-track commentary. The track listing for “The Great Execution” is:

1. The Will to Potency
2. Blood of Lions
3. The Great Execution
4. Descending Abomination
5. The Extremist
6. The Sword of Orion
7. Violentia Gladiatore
8. Rise and Confront
9. Extinção em Massa
10. Shadows of Betrayal

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Frostwork Finishes Recording Tracks For New Album

Dagon of solo project Frostwork has issued the following update about recording new material for an upcoming album release:

“Ave! All the tracks have been recorded now, and the last track is currently being mixed and mastered.

“Art work is coming on very nicely and is also near completion. You should expect some very interesting Frostwork related news very soon.”

To stay up-to-date with the latest Frostwork recording details and hear songs available for streaming, head over to the band’s Facebook profile here.

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