Polish Black Metal warship Blaze Of Perdition signs to Metal Blade Records!

– February 12th, 2019 –

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Metal Blade Records is proud to announce the signing of Blaze Of Perdition, one of the leading forces of the unstoppable polish Black Metal scene.

Blaze Of Perdition comments: “We are thrilled and honored to become part of the label with such an undeniable input into the history of metal music. We’re hoping for a long and fruitful cooperation, which will begin with our fifth full-length album that’s already shaping up and will bear the name ‘The Harrowing of Hearts‘.”

Blaze Of Perdition was founded in 2007 by guitarist XCIII and started its activity by releasing a split CD, In the Void and Serpent, the Spirit is One, with the Russian band Pseudogod. The band’s line-up changed numerous times over the years, however XCIII and Sonneillon remained the source of all musical and conceptual content. November 2nd, 2013 turned out to be fatal as the band’s bassist died in a car crash on tour, and the vocalist Sonneillon became unable to participate in live activities due to his serious injuries; however, he remained important in the band’s creative process and responsible for the studio vocal recordings, lyrics, graphic design as well as contact with the media.

Blaze Of Perdition recorded four full-length albums and is currently working on the fifth one, planned for release in 2019/2020.

Discography:
In the Void and Serpent, the Spirit is One (2009) – Split with Pseudogod (Ru), Putrid Prophet Productions
Towards The Blaze Of Perdition (2010) – Full-length, Putrid Prophet Productions
The Burning Will Of Expansion (2010) – 7″ EP, Pagan Records
The Hierophant (2011) – Full-length, Pagan Records
Necrosophist (2013) – 7″ EP, Pagan Records
Accession Of Fire (2013) – Split with Erebus Enthroned (Aus), Pagan Records
418 – ATh IAV (2013) – Split with Devathorn (Gr), Third Eye Temple
Near Death Revelations (2015) – Full-length, Agonia Records
Conscious Darkness (2017) – Full-length, Agonia Records

Blaze Of Perdition studio line-up:
S. – vocals
XCIII – guitars
M.R. – guitars
DQ – drums

Blaze Of Perdition live line-up:
Wyrd – bass/vocals
XCIII – guitars/backing vocals
M.R. – guitars
DQ – drums

Blaze Of Perdition online:
https://www.facebook.com/blazeofperdition
http://blazeofperdition.bandcamp.com
http://soundcloud.com/blazeofperdition

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Polish Black Metal warship Blaze Of Perdition signs to Metal Blade Records!

– February 12th, 2019 –

Photo by Kontamination design autorship

Metal Blade Records is proud to announce the signing of Blaze Of Perdition, one of the leading forces of the unstoppable polish Black Metal scene.

Blaze Of Perdition comments: “We are thrilled and honored to become part of the label with such an undeniable input into the history of metal music. We’re hoping for a long and fruitful cooperation, which will begin with our fifth full-length album that’s already shaping up and will bear the name ‘The Harrowing of Hearts‘.”

Blaze Of Perdition was founded in 2007 by guitarist XCIII and started its activity by releasing a split CD, In the Void and Serpent, the Spirit is One, with the Russian band Pseudogod. The band’s line-up changed numerous times over the years, however XCIII and Sonneillon remained the source of all musical and conceptual content. November 2nd, 2013 turned out to be fatal as the band’s bassist died in a car crash on tour, and the vocalist Sonneillon became unable to participate in live activities due to his serious injuries; however, he remained important in the band’s creative process and responsible for the studio vocal recordings, lyrics, graphic design as well as contact with the media.

Blaze Of Perdition recorded four full-length albums and is currently working on the fifth one, planned for release in 2019/2020.

Discography:
In the Void and Serpent, the Spirit is One (2009) – Split with Pseudogod (Ru), Putrid Prophet Productions
Towards The Blaze Of Perdition (2010) – Full-length, Putrid Prophet Productions
The Burning Will Of Expansion (2010) – 7″ EP, Pagan Records
The Hierophant (2011) – Full-length, Pagan Records
Necrosophist (2013) – 7″ EP, Pagan Records
Accession Of Fire (2013) – Split with Erebus Enthroned (Aus), Pagan Records
418 – ATh IAV (2013) – Split with Devathorn (Gr), Third Eye Temple
Near Death Revelations (2015) – Full-length, Agonia Records
Conscious Darkness (2017) – Full-length, Agonia Records

Blaze Of Perdition studio line-up:
S. – vocals
XCIII – guitars
M.R. – guitars
DQ – drums

Blaze Of Perdition live line-up:
Wyrd – bass/vocals
XCIII – guitars/backing vocals
M.R. – guitars
DQ – drums

Blaze Of Perdition online:
https://www.facebook.com/blazeofperdition
http://blazeofperdition.bandcamp.com
http://soundcloud.com/blazeofperdition

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Morgoth Guitarist Carsten Otterbach Dies After Battle w/ Multiple Sclerosis

Morgoth’s founding member and guitarist Carsten Otterbach has passed away after a long battle with multiple sclerosis. The 48-year-old played on the band’s first two EPs, “Resurrection Absurd” (1989) and “The Eternal Fall” (1990), as well as the first three full-length albums, “Cursed” (1991), “Odium” (1993) and “Feel Sorry For The Fanatic” (1996).

Robert Kampf (Century Media Records co-founder), whose label released all of Morgoth’s studio efforts, issued the below statement concerning Carsten Otterbach’s death:

“With a very heavy heart, I learned that a close friend of 28 years, Carsten Otterbach, has passed. Carsten had a decade long battle with MS (multiple sclerosis). While he was a trooper and battled it hard for a long time, it was one of those battles that eventually take you down. I will always remember Carsten as a very sharp-minded, well-read, business-savvy and, at the same time, very fun-loving, tolerant and simply great guy. He will always live in my heart.

Carsten fought very hard for his artists and was honorable as it gets. Legendary are the fights between my late partner Oliver Withöft and Carsten. The two of them fighting was scary if you were in the room, but always a fun story afterwards. Both were good friends and, unfortunately, did not make it to age 50.

Farewell, Carsten. You will not be forgotten and will be held in very high acclaim by your friends and by several generations of metal artist.”

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Ontogeny Premiere New Song “Long Story Short” From Upcoming New Album “Antisocial Media”

San Francisco’s Ontogeny premiere a new song entitled “Long Story Short”, taken from their upcoming new album “Antisocial Media”, which will be out in stores later this year.

Check out now “Long Story Short” below.

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Internal Bleeding Posts New Video, “Focus” Online, Reveals New Album Details

New York death metal veterans Internal Bleeding has posted a new music video online for the song, “Focus.” You can check it out below. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming sixth album, “Corrupting Influence,” which is set to be released through Unique Leader Recordings on October 19th and is their first album in four years, following 2014’s, “Imperium.”

“We are not much of a ‘concept video’ band” states founding guitarist Chris Pervelis. “We’d much rather shoot something that gives fans a better understanding of who we are, and how passionate we are about the music write.” This video, shot in three different locations in Long Island, NY by director/producer Sean Ageman of Washed up Media captures Internal Bleeding in all their fury, as they perform “Focus” — a song written about seizing the moment, harnessing your personal strength and never letting anyone or anything get in your way. “‘Focus’ is about going out there and killing it every single day,” vocalist Joe Marchese said, “It’s about digging deep and finding huge reservoirs of strength you never knew you had.”

The tracklisting for “Corrupting Influence” reads thusly:

1. Compelled To Consume
2. Corrupting Influence
3. Fatal Dependency
4. Focus
5. Surrounded From The Inside
6. Unreality
7. Litany Of Insincerity
8. Final Justice
9. The Supreme Sacrifice

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Aborted Premiere New Track “Vespertine Decay”

Aborted premiere another song titled “Vespertine Decay” from their upcoming new album “TerrorVision” streaming below. The group also have a music video for the track in the works as well. Century Media will have “TerrorVision” out in stores on September 21st.

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Ontogeny Premiere New Song “Living Witness” From Upcoming New Album “Antisocial Media”

San Francisco’s Ontogeny premiere a new song entitled “Living Witness”, taken from their upcoming new album “Antisocial Media”, which doesn’t have an official release date yet.

Check out now “Living Witness” below.

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Motograter Deny Reports Of Mass Exodus Of Band Members – Say They “Are Ready To Rock”

Motograter have issued a statement denying the recent report that five members of the group had left the band. Yesterday, this report emerged via Numetal.net, which alleged that the band were down to guitarist/vocalist Matt “Nuke” Nunes, having shared a screen cap of a text conversation with guitarist Jesse Stamper that mentioned a mass exodus of band members. Motograter have since denied those reports, issuing the below statement:

“Everything is fine, we just completed our headline tour. Something small got blown out of proportion in the media due to a disgruntled ex-member falsely reporting that we broke up and spreading the news to other websites. That couldn’t be further from the truth. We are the strongest we’ve ever been! We have festivals coming up and then the Terror Universal co-headlining tour coming up after that. We are ready to rock!”

It is unsure if the ‘disgruntled ex-member’ refers to Stamper or the Motograter’s former drummer Noah “Shark” Robertson, who has ties to numetal.net. Robertson feuded with Nunes via social media making allegations of drug abuse and violent behavior after being let go.

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Rob Zombie Posts New Shots From Devil’s Rejects Sequel “Three from Hell” – Sid Haig’s & Danny Trejo’s Participation Confirmed

Rob Zombie has shared some still shots from “Three from Hell”, his forthcoming sequel to “House of 1,000 Corpses” and “The Devil’s Reject”s. They confirm that Sid Haig will return as ‘Captain Spaulding,’ even though he wasn’t part of Zombie’s initial announcement.

The shots also reveal that Three from Hell will reunite Zombie with Westworld‘s Jeff Daniel Phillips, who appeared in both Zombie’s last two movies, 31 and Lords of Salem, and Richard Brake, who was in 31. Furthermore the shots also reveal that actor Danny Trejo is in the movie.

Check out the pics below. “Expect Three from Hell” will be out sometime in 2019.

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Rob Zombie Posts New Shots From Devil’s Rejects Sequel “Three from Hell” – Sid Haig’s & Danny Trejo’s Participation Confirmed

Rob Zombie has shared some still shots from “Three from Hell”, his forthcoming sequel to “House of 1,000 Corpses” and “The Devil’s Reject”s. They confirm that Sid Haig will return as ‘Captain Spaulding,’ even though he wasn’t part of Zombie’s initial announcement.

The shots also reveal that Three from Hell will reunite Zombie with Westworld‘s Jeff Daniel Phillips, who appeared in both Zombie’s last two movies, 31 and Lords of Salem, and Richard Brake, who was in 31. Furthermore the shots also reveal that actor Danny Trejo is in the movie.

Check out the pics below. “Expect Three from Hell” will be out sometime in 2019.

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