Tuesday, April 30, 2013

DESTRUCTION Frontman: 'We Are Not Just Copying Our Own Work From The Past'


Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of GuitarWorld.com recently conducted an interview with vocalist/bassist Marcel "Schmier" Schirmer of veteran German thrashers DESTRUCTION. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.

GuitarWorld.com: Your new album, "Spiritual Genocide", came out in North America in February, but it's been out in Europe since November 2012. What's the reason for the gap?

Schmier: If I was the label, I would have released it at the same time, but it's not up to us. I think the reason was, December is not a month for heavy metal releases in America, so the label said there was no chance of releasing the album that month. So we pushed it to January. But then we have to wait until Nuclear Blast found a new distribution company in America. That's why there's been a three-month delay now in America as compared to Europe, which is kind of bad, but there's nothing we can do. All we could do is provide some extra bonus tracks. We have four additional songs for America only.

GuitarWorld.com: I was going to ask you about the bonus tracks. It's four re-recorded songs from the "Metal Discharge" album, right? Why did you pick songs from that particular album?

Schmier: They're not even re-recorded, but remixed versions, actually. "Metal Discharge" is a cool album, but it doesn't have the best sound. We tried to make it like a "back-to-the-roots"-sounding album, but it didn't really work out that well. The drum sound is very bad on that record. So it was kind of a good thing for us to show the world that "Metal Discharge" has cool songs if they have the right sound, so that's why we took some songs from that album. They were remixed, and as you can tell, it worked out really fine if you compare them to the original ones. It sounds just so much better.

GuitarWorld.com: Would you say the album is more atmospheric and darker than some of the recent albums?

Schmier: Possibly. It's kind of difficult for me to say, to criticize my own work. I think the new album is fast and groovy, but it also offers a variety. If you go on playing just thrash, of course you're limiting yourself in your thrash costume. None of the songs on this new record have the same tempo. All of them have a different root and speed, so the variety on the album also makes it a little bit darker. It's not a slow album, it's just that there's variety. Some of the albums we did in the mid-2000s were slow. This one has some ultra-fast parts too.

GuitarWorld.com: Was it your aim to do an album with more variety, something more than just thrash, or did it just come out naturally when you started writing?

Schmier: When you start writing, of course, you are aware of the style and aware of where you want to take it. As a musician, you always want to create something new, you know. Otherwise you'll be criticized for repeating yourself. With this new album, we are not just copying our own work from the past or from other thrash bands. There are a lot of new ideas, and I'm proud that we're still able to come up with that even after all these years. It's easy to write a brutal album, but it's very difficult to write a brutal album that has variety and style on its songs.

Read the entire interview from GuitarWorld.com.


Monday, April 29, 2013

album of the week: Maleficus Angelus - fall of man

very epic black metal from slovenia, great work guys



Sunday, April 28, 2013

Massacra - Final Holocaust

genre: thrash metal,death metal
country: france
size: 111 MB


01. Apocalyptic Warriors
02. Researchers Of Tortures
03. Sentenced For Life
04. War Of Attrition
05. Nearer To Death
06. Final Holocaust
07. Eternal Hate
08. The Day Of Massacra
09. Trained To Kill
10. Beyond The Prophecy

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

If You Hate GEOFF TATE's New QUEENSRŸCHE Album, He Wants To Hear From You


Do you really hate "Frequency Unknown", the new album from the Geoff Tate-fronted version of QUEENSRŸCHE? Have you already blogged about it online? Well, metal geeks, if you've got the balls to stand behind your opinion, then here is the contest for you.

Stop hiding behind your computer keyboards and smart phones and show Tate and his record label, Deadline Music/Cleopatra Records, how much you hate "Frequency Unknown" by submitting your "video rant" to them via YouTube video. Start by giving them your real name on camera and proceed to rant away. Geoff Tate will film himself choosing the best video rant and will post online for your enjoyment. The winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Seattle, Washington to see QUEENSRŸCHE in their hometown on June 29, along with VIP special guest seating, meet-and-greet passes for after the show and a merchandise package worth $250 that he or she can feel free to either burn — or wear in style!

Contest rules:

1. Video rants must be submitted via YouTube and contestant must state on camera before beginning the rant: "My name is (real first and last name per ID and/or passport) and this is my video submission for the QUEENSRŸCHE "best rant" contest — or video will not be considered.

2. All video submissions must include a link to: www.cleorecs.com or video will not be considered.

3. Please limit your rants to the music and production of the album "Frequency Unknown". Personal attacks/personal threats on QUEENSRŸCHE bandmembers and family members will not be tolerated. Any video submissions that cross the line will be denied and possibly reported to YouTube for violation of YouTube policies (seriously — wives and children are off limits!)

4. Content of the video rant must be limited to the QUEENSRŸCHE "Frequency Unknown" album as released by Deadline Music/Cleopatra Records on April 23, 2013 and not on any previously released QUEENSRŸCHE or Geoff Tate solo albums.

5. Contest limited to ages 18 and up only.

6. Deadline for submissions is May 10, 2013.

7. Runners-up will receive free "goodie bag" from QUEENSRŸCHE and Cleopatra Records Inc.

8. Contest limited to U.S. residents only

9. Employees of Cleopatra Records, E1 Entertainment or its business partners are not eligible.

As previously reported, Deadline Music/Cleopatra Records is making available the "new and improved" mixes of "Frequency Unknown" to any customers who have purchased the original mix version and are dissatisfied with the audio. Simply e-mail the label a scan of your actual receipt for the physical CD to Queensryche@cleorecs.com and they will happily send you a replacement disc — at no charge whatsoever. No questions asked!

"Frequency Unknown" was released on April 23. The CD was produced by Jason Slater at a studio in Northern California. The first single from the effort, "Cold", can be streamed below. The track, which was mixed by Anthony Focx (NEWSTED, AEROSMITH, NIGHT RANGER, TED NUGENT), will also be released as a special limited-edition seven-inch vinyl single with a newly recorded version of the QUEENSRŸCHE classic "Silent Lucidity" — mixed by Jürgen Engler (DORO, DIE KRUPPS) — on the B-side.

Asked about the decision to remix "Frequency Unknown" shortly before the album's release, Tate told "The Continental Breakfast With James & Raina": "We were a little rushed on the mixing end of it, so after listening to it back, we're having some of the songs remixed now before the album comes out. But that's typical with records — you have to have them in on time. So sometimes you compromise in areas. Luckily, with this situation, we get to go back and correct some areas in the sound where we thought it was kind of lacking. So that's fine. I've done that on… gosh… probably three quarters of the records I've ever made. It's no new thing, but it's a luxury when you get to fix it."

"Frequency Unknown" is packaged with bonus tracks — four QUEENSRŸCHE classics, newly recorded, including the smash hit single "Silent Lucidity". Guest musicians on the CD include K.K. Downing (JUDAS PRIEST), Chris Poland (MEGADETH), Ty Tabor (KING'S X), Paul Bostaph (SLAYER, TESTAMENT, EXODUS), Lita Ford, Brad Gillis (NIGHT RANGER), Dave Meniketti (Y&T) and Craig Locicero (FORBIDDEN).

"Frequency Unknown" track listing:

01. When Lightning Strikes
02. Running Backwards
03. Fallen
04. Life Without You
05. In The Hands Of God
06. Cold
07. The Weight Of The World
08. Slave
09. Dare
10. Everything

Bonus tracks: (2013 versions)

11. Silent Lucidity
12. Empire
13. Jet City Woman
14. I Don t Believe In Love

Although a lineup for Tate's QUEENSRŸCHE was originally announced in the fall of 2012, things have changed. The band now features Tate along with bassist Rudy Sarzo (OZZY OSBOURNE, DIO, WHITESNAKE, QUIET RIOT), guitarist Kelly Gray (QUEENSRŸCHE 1998-2001), keyboardist Randy Gane and new additions, guitarist Robert Sarzo (QUIET RIOT, HURRICANE) and drummer Simon Wright (AC/DC, DIO, RHINO BUCKET).

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Sacred Gate - Tides of War (2013)

genre: heavy metal,power metal
country: germany


01. The Coming Storm
02. The Immortal One
03. Tides of War
04. Defenders (Valour Is in Our Blood)
05. Gates of Fire
06. Never to Return
07. The Final March
08. Spartan Killing Machine
09. Path to Glory
10. The Battle of Thermopyla

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ICED EARTH: New Album Title Revealed


North American metallers ICED EARTH have set "Plagues Of Babylon" as the title of their new album, tentatively due in October via Century Media Records. The CD will be recorded and mixed in between a string of European festival appearances this summer.

Songtitles set to appear on the CD (among others):

* Plagues of Babylon
* Democide
* Among The Living Dead
* The Resistance
* If I Could See You
* Peacemaker
* Cthulhu
* Parasite

Commented ICED EARTH founder/guitarist Jon Schaffer: "We are very excited about how killer things are sounding this early in the writing/demo process

"I expect this album will be something very special!"

The first part of ICED EARTH's 2014-2015 world tour will kick off on January 9, 2014 in Saarbrücken, Germany.

Tickets and VIP packages for these shows will be on sale by the end of April.

ICED EARTH has been hitting it relentlessly, with the recent studio album, "Dystopia", being the most toured album in the band's illustrious history.

One of the many highlights of the "World Dystopia Tour", a headline show at the historic Kourion Amphitheatre in Cyprus, was recently released on Blu-ray, DVD and in many other formats under the title "Live In Ancient Kourion".

"We are ready!" says Schaffer. "We are ready to enter the steel pirate ship that is our tour bus and spend another 18 months traveling the world. We look forward to reaching even more people and bringing ICED EARTH to many new territories on this next massive world tour. We have a very exciting and groundbreaking schedule planned and we will be bringing the metal to the masses big time! This is what we do!"

"Dystopia" was released in October 2011 via Century Media Records. The CD marked the band's recording debut with singer Stu Block (INTO ETERNITY), who joined ICED EARTH in March 2011 following the departure of Matt Barlow.


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

interview with NIGHT DEMON

i've got a new interview with a american heavy metal band NIGHT DEMON.



1) How the band history started?

I'm in another band called The Fucking Wrath and back in 2011 Jarvis roadied for us one time when we played in Hollywood. We started talking about music and got on the subject of NWOBHM. Found out that we both loved it and decided to start a band. So I called up my good friend Pat Bailey, a fellow metal enthusiast and drummer, and asked him if he would be in to doing a heavy metal project. He loved the idea and the 4 songs on the EP are the result of that. Pat ended up moving to go to school shortly after we recorded and we replaced him with The Fucking Wrath's drummer John Crerar.

2) What lyrical theme do you guys use in your music?

We've been using an occult theme at the moment. We usually write about subjects that fit with the feeling of the song. Satan has been a big topic. Heavy metal and Satan go hand and hoof, so to speak. They just fit so well together, so why not continue the theme that so many bands before us have done. We're not a political band or have any type of message to send. Not that we don't have our own opinions on politics and whatnot. We just think that it's better not force feed our views on metal fans who just want to enjoy the music.  I think that fantasy topics make the music more fun and enjoyable.

3) What made you guys decide to form a band?

Both Jarvis and I are big fans of the whole NWOBHM scene and share the same taste of what era of NWOBHM that we like. Most of the bands pretty much from 1977-1981 are the best. It's at the point when hard rock wasn't quite hard rock anymore and was when it was on the verge of heavy metal. So after Jarvis and I had a long conversation about all the bands we loved from that time and how we feel that there really aren't any bands that are capturing the the spirit of that time, that we should start our own band and make the type of heavy metal that we want to hear.

4) How did you guys come up with your band name?

I've always wanted to start a heavy metal band and even had a name in mind for a long time. Before we had any songs we were originally called "Chalice" but after a little research I found out that there was another band called that. One night I was talking on the phone with Jarvis and we were trying to think of good name, so I was looking up names of mythical beasts and one of the descriptions of these beasts was Night Demon. As soon as I said "Night Demon" to Jarvis, he said "That's it!!" and Night Demon was born.

5) What ideas do you guys have about the future?

We plan to record a full length this summer and hope to have it out by the end of the year. After it's out we plan on touring the world. You'll definitely hear more about us in the future.

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Sunday, April 21, 2013

album of the week: night demon - night demon

VAN HALEN Plays First Show Of 2013; Setlist Revealed, Video Footage Available


VAN HALEN played its first concert of 2013 as one of the headliners of the Stone Music Festival on Saturday, April 20 at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Unchained
02. Runnin' with the Devil
03. She's The Woman
04. Romeo Delight
05. Tattoo
06. Everybody Wants Some!!
07. Somebody Get Me A Doctor
08. China Town
09. (Oh) Pretty Woman
10. Drum Solo
11. You Really Got Me
12. Dance the Night Away
13. I'll Wait
14. Hot For Teacher
15. Beautiful Girls
16. Ice Cream Man
17. Panama
18. Guitar Solo
19. Aint' Talkin' 'Bout Love
20. Jump

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below.

The Stone Music Festival was inspired by a cult '70s biker film named "Stone". Released in 1974, the exploitation movie starred Ken Shorter as an undercover cop assigned to discover who is murdering members of an outlaw biker gang named the Gravediggers.

VAN HALEN had not been seen on a stage since last spring, but along with a handful of Japanese dates and the Australian gig, the band recently confirmed its first U.S. show of 2013. The Van Halen clan and David Lee Roth will close out the annual Rock USA festival, scheduled for July 17 through July 20 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

VAN HALEN backed out of 31 North American dates last summer, citing exhaustion, and then Eddie Van Halen was sidelined for four-to-six months after undergoing surgery for the inflammatory intestinal affliction diverticulitis.

Roth recently gave an interview to Rolling Stone in which he expressed his desire to work on fresh material with Eddie Van Halen and tour outside the U.S., saying, "We have an audience and we have a potential future in many, many places . . . I don't know where the VAN HALEN future lies aside from the States."

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

TONY IOMMI Talks New BLACK SABBATH Album, Cancer Battle -


Paul Cole of Birmingham Mail recently conducted an interview with BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.

On BLACK SABBATH's new album, "13", and upcoming tour:

Tony Iommi: "The recording and rehearsals have been going very well indeed. There's a really good feeling about it all.

"We're very pleased with the new album. But after all the work in the studio it will be good to get out and do some shows."

"I have to admit that [the new BLACK SABBATH album is] not what I expected. I could never have imagined that the album would turn out so well, but it has.

"I think it sits comfortably with our first three albums — 'Black Sabbath', 'Paranoid' and 'Master Of Reality' — and I think it's one you'll like.

"We wanted it to sound like the way we played in our early days, back to basics, and we recorded pretty much all of it almost live as a band.

"We didn't want to go through the usual trip of recording the drums, the guitars and the vocals separately. So we played together.

"We'd also written more songs than we ever have for previous recording sessions. There are 16 tracks in total, and all of them will appear in some form or other on the album when it is released. There will be different versions, including a deluxe edition."

On his relationship with BLACK SABBATH singer Ozzy Osbourne:

Tony Iommi: "The truth is that Ozzy and I have never really fallen out personally. When there have been issues, it has been purely business. Even when there has been a problem we've carried on talking. There's never been a bad vibe.

"Ozzy was the one who kept on at me to go to the doctors because he was concerned about me, and he has been very supportive since I was diagnosed [with lymphoma]. In fact, all the guys in the band have been great.

"Even now, when we arrive at the studio they ask how I'm feeling, if I'm up to it, making sure that I'm OK."

On being diagnosed with lymphoma after Ozzy pestered him to get a pain in his groin checked out:

Tony Iommi: "I was gutted. I went home thinking, 'Christ, that's it, I've had it!'

"Cancer meant death to me. I started writing myself off. I would lie awake at night, thinking about selling this, getting rid of that, and preparing everything: who should speak at my funeral and where I'd want to be buried.

"But I also kept thinking, 'I'm not ready to go yet. I've got too much to do, and I like being here'."

"I have to have an antibody administered by drip every six weeks or so to keep the lymphoma in check. It sort of coats the cancer cells, stops it from going anywhere else. I have to come back home no matter where I might be in the world.

"The tour dates are arranged so that I can always get back for treatment. It's the only way I can manage my illness and keep on the road. I'd love to play more shows than we're doing but my health has to be sorted out first.

"The infusions I have are part of the chemotherapy regime. It's relatively new treatment and they don't know what all the side-effects might be yet, but I wanted to try it.

"After each session I feel sick and tired, and that lasts for a week or so. I'm finding that it takes around 10 days to fully recover from each round of treatment, but if that's what it takes, I have to accept it.

"In myself I'm feeling OK now. When I first found that I had the illness, it was a dark time and I was a bit spaced out. Since we've been in rehearsals and recording sessions, I've felt pretty good – great even.

"I think that the album and tour have given me something immediate to get my teeth into, something to accomplish.

"It's not a case of taking your mind off the lymphoma — you want to be strong about it, but there's this little doubt in your mind that keeps nagging: what if this pops back — but it is something to get excited about."

"Medics say that the condition is manageable with treatment. I enjoy where I'm at now, I really do. It's a good place. I've got a good home life and a good family, great friends and support. And I'm fortunate because I'm still able to go out and play music."

Read the entire interview from Birmingham Mail.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

album of the week: megalodon - darkness in sonance

the music of the album is full of technic and pure metal sounds, megalodon is a south african groove metal band, enjoy the album of the week


Saturday, April 13, 2013

ANVIL Drummer Says 'Hope In Hell' Is 'An Incredible Evolution From The Last Album'

GEEKS OF DOOM recently conducted an interview with drummer Robb Reiner of Canadian metal legends ANVIL. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.

Geeks Of Doom: "Hope In Hell" will be album number 15 [for ANVIL] and I take it you're very happy with it?

Robb Reiner: Absolutely! It's an incredible evolution from the last album, even though it has the same feelings, perhaps, in some ways, except Lips [frontman Steve Kudlow] and me always felt like we came very, very close in getting it right on the last album, but we didn't get it completely right. With this album, I think we absolutely got it right this time. I love the album; the production is beyond stellar and the performances are incredible… Yeah, the real ANVIL fans are going to rejoice like I don't think they've rejoiced ever! The record is the complete true essence of real, real ANVIL. I mean, since those years [1981-1983], this record is the only one that's gonna make you feel like that.

Geeks of Doom: Like you said, stellar production by Bob Marlette again.

Robb Reiner: Yeah, Bob produced it. We had such a great time making the last album with Bob and he brought a lot of fresh stuff to the band… Lips and myself, we wrote the whole album, like we do all the albums, and it came together very quickly and organically. It was like it was already in us and we just had to get it out. There was no laboring on anything, it was just flowing. It's funny, I've talked to the guys in SAXON prior to making their latest release, and they were forced to go back and listen to some of their early records and then they were asked, What would you do next? I know BLACK SABBATH, Rick Rubin [producer for the upcoming album] did the same with them, sat them down and said, "Listen to your first album — now what would you do next?" Now having said that, we didn't need to do that, we just did that!…we just instinctively knew. We just came so damn close on the last album that now we know exactly which way to go. So it came together very, very quickly and honestly and organically and it was an amazing process really. Bob did a great job….it's more aggressive.

Geeks of Doom: Do you feel like the influence of the film [documentary "Anvil!: The Story Of Anvil"] is wearing off and now the music is speaking for itself?

Robb Reiner: Absolutely. The film is never gonna go away. For Lips and myself, it's always been about the music. We just went on a movie ride, as it were. We became kind of like movie stars out of it. That was not the game plan but there's two sides to ANVIL now; we're like rockers but we're also movie guys. It's not gonna go away and it's not gonna change… every time it plays, another ten thousand new ANVIL fans are born instantly and this just keeps going on and on… it's a timeless thing because the sentiment and the message of that movie is timeless. It just happens to be about these metalhead guys who are representing this story. Anybody can relate to it… It opens their eyes to it, then they go check out the records and they find out, Hey, these guys are really fucking good! It's just instead of being on the radio we're on the big screen! But it's only about the music for us.

Read the entire interview from Geeks Of Doom.

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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

BLACK SABBATH Bassist: 'We Have Done The Almost Impossible' By Recording New Studio Album


Sean Dudley of Australia's TheMetalForge.com recently conducted an interview with BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.

TheMetalForge.com: How does it feel to have the original band (minus Bill Ward) back together again? Has that feeling changed at any time the band has come back together since the good old days?

Geezer: Well, we have been together, off and on, since 1997, but it is particularly exciting this time because we finally have a new album recorded. You have to feel extremely comfortable with each other to write and record an album, since we have seen each other almost every day for the last two years, but we persisted and we have done the almost impossible.

TheMetalForge.com: What considerable changes have you noticed, in terms of songwriting and also gelling as a band from the early days of BLACK SABBATH until now?

Geezer: In the early days, we would jam until one of us, usually Tony [Iommi, guitar], hit on a riff. On this album ["13"], Tony had recorded two or three CDs' worth of riffs, so we decided on what we were doing before we started jamming on it. A couple of the new songs were spontaneous while we were jamming, like the old days, but we needed a starting point for this album, and Tony had more than enough choices.

TheMetalForge.com: Remembering to back in the '60s, in your own words, explain how much the technology has changed in terms of recording/producing/mastering albums? How easy/hard was it to record the albums throughout the subsequent decades with the technology at the time?

Geezer: The first and second albums were recorded on two four-track machines — the first album in two days, the second in five days — so it was basically like doing a live gig in the studio. We didn't know anything about recording, as we had never been in a studio before, except for one two-track demo we did. We were just happy to have our songs recorded. As technology advanced, it was almost a curse to have so many tracks to record on; we lost focus of what the band was supposed to be about. It was great for experimenting, but we wasted a lot of time (and money) just pissing about in the studio on the later albums. These days, it's great, because you can have the equivalent of a major studio on your laptop, so you can save a lot of time and heartache by recording your ideas at home and then playing them to whoever you are working with, to get instant feedback. There is nothing to replace jamming live together, but it is great to have a reference point, to give direction.

TheMetalForge.com: After being in the music business for so many decades, are you still as passionate and excited as you were back at the start? Explain how it feels now long after the band was created to go on stage in front of thousands of fans compared to a few in pubs back in the day.

Geezer: It sounds contrived, but I still get the same rush going on stage now as I have always done, whether it is one hundred people, or one hundred thousand. We did a gig back in our home town in Birmingham last year, and it was the best gig I can ever remember. The atmosphere was pure magic; it was as if the band and the fans became one entity. Fantastic gig.

Read the entire interview at TheMetalForge.com.


Monday, April 8, 2013

album of the week: widek-aurora borealis

a epic progressive metal music with fool of technical guitar and atmosphere. this album became the album of the week. i recomend to everyone to listen it!

Friday, April 5, 2013

The Lovely Moon - Music For Dreams Vol. 1


genre: dark ambient
year: 2013
country: UK

1. Music For Dreams (Part 1)
2. Music For Dreams (Part 2)
3. Music For Dreams (Part 3)
4. Music For Dreams (Part 4)
5. Music For Dreams (Part 5)
6. Music For Dreams (Part 6)

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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

andre returned in PSYCHONAUT 4

in 28 march, on the official VKONTAKTE page of the was a massage that ANDRE is coming back in to the band, he even will wright a track with the band, also  the guitarist of the band called GLIXX was changed for a year by S.D ramirez.
this is a great information for the fans.
andre leaved the band in january and after that the band played the last show in january 24 in the old cinema studio in tbilisi and they gonna release a SPLIT album named THE GREAT DEPRESSIVE - I.


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animae capronii - requiem for a friend

band: animae capronii
album: requiem for a friend
genre: unblack metal
country: italy
year: 15 july,2012
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tracklist:

1. Lament of the Oppressed People 03:59
2. The Wedding 03:09
3. God Dominate the World 03:19
4. Hymn to the Lord 03:29
6. Reflections About Death, Vanity & Richness 04:00
7. Judgement of God 03:53
8. Imploration to Forgive 04:29
9. The Darkness I 03:23
10. The Darkness II 04:24

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Monday, April 1, 2013

Acid Witch - Witchtanic Hellucinations download


genre: psychedelic doom

1. Intro
2. Into the Cave
3. Swamp Spells
4. Witchblood Cult
5. The Black Witch
6. Witchtanic Hellucinations
7. Beastly Brew
8. Cauldron Cave
9. Rabid Werewitch
10. Realm of the Wicked
11. Witches Tits
12. Broomstick Bitch
13. October 31st


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Veldes - To Drown In Bleeding Hope

band: veldes
album: to drown in bleeding hope
genre: atmospheric black metal
country: slovenia
format: mp3,320 kbps
size: 83MB
tracklist:

01. Through The Bitter Flame 06:01
02. Featherless Across The Burnt Skies 07:01
03. Earth As A Nest Of Bones And Debris 05:07
04. Within These Roots Only Sickness Dwells 07:26
05. Beneath The Grieving Waters 10:38

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