Aegaeon Debut New Track “Ruination” From Upcoming New Album “Age”

Aegaeon debut a new single titled “Ruination” streaming below. It’s the first track to arrive off their new effort “Age“, which is also their first outing in six years. A June 09th release date is planned and the band are rejoined by their original frontman Jim Martin.

Comment the band of this latest song:

“We are stoked to show you a glimpse of our upcoming album ‘Age‘, featuring the return of our original vocalist Jim Martin. It was somewhat difficult to choose a single because this album is intended to be one flowing piece; but we felt ‘Ruination‘ is a nice balance of the familiar Aegaeon sound, yet gives a sneak peek at the evolved direction of the new record.”

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Aegaeon Debut New Track “Ruination” From Upcoming New Album “Age”

Aegaeon debut a new single titled “Ruination” streaming below. It’s the first track to arrive off their new effort “Age“, which is also their first outing in six years. A June 09th release date is planned and the band are rejoined by their original frontman Jim Martin.

Comment the band of this latest song:

“We are stoked to show you a glimpse of our upcoming album ‘Age‘, featuring the return of our original vocalist Jim Martin. It was somewhat difficult to choose a single because this album is intended to be one flowing piece; but we felt ‘Ruination‘ is a nice balance of the familiar Aegaeon sound, yet gives a sneak peek at the evolved direction of the new record.”

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Aegaeon Debut New Track “Ruination” From Upcoming New Album “Age”

Aegaeon debut a new single titled “Ruination” streaming below. It’s the first track to arrive off their new effort “Age“, which is also their first outing in six years. A June 09th release date is planned and the band are rejoined by their original frontman Jim Martin.

Comment the band of this latest song:

“We are stoked to show you a glimpse of our upcoming album ‘Age‘, featuring the return of our original vocalist Jim Martin. It was somewhat difficult to choose a single because this album is intended to be one flowing piece; but we felt ‘Ruination‘ is a nice balance of the familiar Aegaeon sound, yet gives a sneak peek at the evolved direction of the new record.”

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Lae Releases “To Give You The Stars Above” Video

“Break The Clasp,” the debut album from Lae — the Montreal-based psychedelic post-hardcore quintet fronted by Steve Austin of Today Is The Day — is now finally ready for release in its deluxe vinyl format.

An official video for the heartbreaking “To Give You The Stars Above” has also been released and can be seen below.

The album was recorded in full analog in main songwriter Marc Lucas Ablasou’s woodshop in Montreal by Steve Austin, who ended up providing lead vocals to the entire album, and the lineup completed by Ronald Jean-Gilles, Serge Nakauchi Pelletier and Stephane Desgroseilliers.

Re-envisioning their original anthems penned under initial moniker Lae-Tseu in the mid-late 1990s alongside new songs, the band recorded live on vintage 1970s equipment utilizing a range of guitars, basses, drums, accordion, trumpet, saws, organs, pianos, electronics and a multitude of vocal styles into a four-part storyline of life, love, hope and death.

The record was then mastered by Austin at his own Austin Enterprises (Converge, Burn The Priest/Lamb of God, Deadguy). See Lae supporting the material live:

9/05/2015 L’Hemisphere Gauche – Montreal, QC w/ The City Gates

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Pantheon I Signs Deal With Non Serviam Records

Non Serviam Records is proud to announce a new record deal with Norwegian black metal band Pantheon I. An album is due out in the coming weeks, with full details forthcoming, and Pantheon I also comments:

“The songs on this album have a span of 10 years and it represents both the past and the present of Pantheon I.

“The album starts off with our latest EP recording and ends with our very first demo. you will be taken through a vast landscape where the sound become more raw and unpolished but the spirit still potent.

“A lot of these tracks have lost their original tapes so the sound may differ a lot from recording to recording, but this is our testimony to the world that pantheon I has always been about the extremes.”

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Sick/Tired Inks Deal With A389 Recordings

A389 Recordings this week confirms the signing of Chicago’s Sick/Tired to the label’s continually-expanding roster of rampant auditory hostility. The group is planning to record a new LP for release in the Summer of 2014. The following press release was issued about the band:

“Unloading a punishing brand of low-fi grindcore with rabid hardcore and punk influences, Sick/Tired was founded in 2008, formed by ex-members of modern brutality specialists Weekend Nachos and ’90s powerviolence/thrashcore activists MK Ultra.

“To date they have released multiple records on labels including Profane Existence, To Live a Lie, Cowabunga Records and others. In 2011, they parted ways with their original vocalist and added A. Jennings from Winters in Osaka, the lineup currently rounded out by bassist Kirk Syrek, guitarist Ben Gonzalez, and drummer Adam Tomlinson.

“A389 today also confirms the first in a series of sideshows for the label’s tenth anniversary Bash in Baltimore, Maryland in January. This newly-confirmed sideshow will take place at Sidebar, Saturday, January 18th, and will showcase sets from Ilsa, Like Rats, Sokushinbutsu (ex-Eddie Brock), and Sick/Tired, a matinee show preceding that evening’s main event. The rest of the Bash will include a one-off reunion from Bloodlet, the reunion of Integrity’s Systems Overload lineup, All Out War, Infest, Haymaker, Noisem, Full Of Hell and tons more, in addition to other sideshows to be confirmed.”

Manufractured – 7″ by Sick/Tired

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New Music Video “Carcinoma Contagion” Released By Suture

Louisiana brutal death metal unit Suture have released a music video for the track “Carcinoma Contagion.” The song is taken off the upcoming re-recorded version of their long out-of-print debut album, “Carnivorous Urge to Kill.” The newly recorded album is scheduled for release on October 29th via Comatose Music.

The video, which was shot by Mike Holderbeast & Ritchi Rooster of Cement Level Studios in New Orleans, can be viewed below:

Originally released in 2002, the re-recording coincides with renewed interest in the band and a growing interest in the early material. Suture recently assembled their original lineup and entered the studio to re-record this entire album, along with a couple bonus tracks from the band’s early years. This will allow death metal fans to fully appreciate these songs and hear them how they were meant to be heard in the first place. The album now features amazing guest guitar solos by James Murphy (Death, Obituary, Disincarnate), Rick Rozz (Death, Massacre) and Jim Nickles (ex-Malevolent Creation), plus all new artwork that more closely conveys the imagery that Suture originally conceived for this release. “Carnivorous Urge to Kill” will finally be presented in its full glory, and is a “must have” for everyone’s brutal death metal collection.

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Suture Reissuing Debut Album Via Comatose Music

Comatose Music has announced the release of the re-recording of long out-of-print debut “Carnivorous Urge to Kill” from Louisiana brutal deathsters Suture on October 29th. Originally released in 2002, the re-recording coincides with renewed interest in the band and a growing interest in the early material. Suture recently assembled their original lineup and entered the studio to re-record this entire album, along with a couple bonus tracks from the band’s early years.

The new recording of Suture’s debut album will allow death metal fans to now fully appreciate these songs and hear them how they were meant to be heard in the first place. The album now features amazing guest guitar solos by James Murphy (Death, Obituary, Disincarnate), Rick Rozz (Death, Massacre) and Jim Nickles (ex-Malevolent Creation), plus all new artwork that more closely conveys the imagery that Suture originally conceived for this release. Album track “Carcinoma Contagion” is now streaming at Comatose Music.

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Suture Reissuing Debut Album Via Comatose Music

Comatose Music has announced the release of the re-recording of long out-of-print debut “Carnivorous Urge to Kill” from Louisiana brutal deathsters Suture on October 29th. Originally released in 2002, the re-recording coincides with renewed interest in the band and a growing interest in the early material. Suture recently assembled their original lineup and entered the studio to re-record this entire album, along with a couple bonus tracks from the band’s early years.

The new recording of Suture’s debut album will allow death metal fans to now fully appreciate these songs and hear them how they were meant to be heard in the first place. The album now features amazing guest guitar solos by James Murphy (Death, Obituary, Disincarnate), Rick Rozz (Death, Massacre) and Jim Nickles (ex-Malevolent Creation), plus all new artwork that more closely conveys the imagery that Suture originally conceived for this release. Album track “Carcinoma Contagion” is now streaming at Comatose Music.

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Demoralizer Streaming 2012 Demo, Plans to Enter The Studio

Boston-based grind/gore/doom/death metal band Demoralizer has released their their 2012 demo, entitled “Demo 2012 and Some Bullshit” via bandcamp for “pay what you want” (no minimum). The collection includes all of their original demo recordings from 2012, plus some additional tracks of a semi-live recording (“Some Bullshit”).

Next month, the band plans to entering the recording studio again to begin working on their half of a split 7″ record with Boxcutter Facelift. The record will be released in the fall.

You can stream all of “Demo 2012 and Some Bullshit” below as well as purchase it directly from the bandcamp player below:

Demo 2012 and Some Bullshit by DEMORALIZER

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