Exivious Streaming Full New Album “Liminal”

Dynamic prog/fusion metal ensemble Exivious is streaming new record “Liminal” online now. Check it out in the player below, courtesy of Got Djent.com.

“Liminal,”the Season of Mist debut from the forward-thinking Dutch quartet, will see a release on November 8th (November 12th in North America).

Exivious consists of Tymon Kruidenier (Ex-Cynic) and Michel Nienhuis (Dodecahedron) on guitar, Robin Zielhorst (ex-Cynic) on bass, and Yuma van Eekelen (ex-Pestilence) on drums.

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Aeon Zen Offering Free Download Of Full Live Show

Aeon Zen has posted a video online for the band performing “Warning” live, which can be viewed below, and you can now also download the entire live set list at the Aeon Zen website. The band comments:

“There is no cost to download the performance, although we are always very appreciative of any donations you may like to give for the download. Playing live is an expensive thing for bands at our level, and your donations really help us pay off the costs of playing live. But not to worry if you can’t or didn’t donate, but how about sharing the video and download website with your friends instead? Thanks everyone!

“This video shows Aeon Zen performing the track ‘Warning’ live on June 2, 2013 at the Robin 2 in Bilston, UK as a part of their performance of their new album ‘Enigma’ in its entirety, as well as other fan favourite songs.”

The full set list is as follows:

Enter The Enigma
Artificial Soul
Divinity
Seven Hills
Warning
Turned To Ash
Still Human
Eternal Snow
Downfall
Into The Infinite
Redemption’s Shadow
Survival
Time Divine 2.0

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Vegha Streaming New Demo Song "Drink It Up"

Swedish act Vengha has posted a new song online for streaming titled “Drink It Up,” which can be heard at the band’s Facebook profile here. Vengha also issued this brief biography:

“Vengha are five lads from Sweden whose only goal is to conquer the world. From the beginning it has always been focus on keeping it live, raw and heavy!

“With the groovy rhythm section by Pontus Magnusson and Micael K√§llerklint, genius guitarlicks by Robin Ungh, a freaking tight Mojje ‘CurghA’ Andersson and the screaming wordsmither Robin ‘Lave’ Ohlausson, are they ready to take the world by storm!”

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The Ocean Video Interview With Robin Staps Posted Online

Brutalitopia has posted a video interview online with The Ocean’s Robin Staps, which was conducted in Chicago. The interview is available in the player below. You can also find footage posted online from The Ocean’s trip to China at this location.

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