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Mexican Black Metallers Funereus have unveiled a teaser video for their forthcoming album "Return of the Old Goat", which is set for international release on September 8th via Forever Plagued Records.
Since 2008 the band has been patiently perfecting their craft - bitterly grim and hateful Black Metal in the early '90s spirit - over the course of a couple demos, an EP, and a split release. In 2010, Funereus released their debut album, "Profane Rite of Morbid Glorification", and now, four years later, they strike back at all that's sacred with their second album, "Return of the Old Goat".
Aptly titled, "Return of the Old Goat" is an utterly cold but unremittingly furious slab of Black Metal: dead yet violent, trance-inducing yet diabolical, primitive yet memorable. It's a record that makes no apologies for its anachronisms, that it's mission is to celebrate the glory of Satan and white-light blasphemy, that Funereus are ghoulish coffin spirits dedicated to haunting your subconscious.
Seven glorification's of evil drenched in the vilest poison, Funereus' "Return of the Old Goat" is a nail in the heart of all that is holy. Hear/view the unholy evidence for yourself HERE.
Tracklisting for "Return of the Old Goat"
1. Unhallowed Tomb
3. Funeral Ghoul
4. Return Of The Old Goat
5. Below The Horns Of Blasphemy
6. Ascending The Throne Of Satan
7. Umbra Atrox
London Groove Metal crew Reverted are pleased to announce the releasing of their music video for
“Die My Saint”.
This is the group’s first official music video and comes off of their album "Sputter the Worms".
“This song is about a man who chose death and hell over life and light. He finds regular life too ordinary and boring and after failing attempts to fit in, he decides to go and live in hell where he will rule his Kingdom pleasantly until realizing he still misses something... "Die My Saint" is a direct order / plea to his woman to die and join him in hell.” - blurb by vocalist Tony Vega
A preview for the video and narration of the work that went into this video can beseen here.
Click below for the official music video for Reverted's ‘Die My Saint’
Since 2010, Reverted have seen success with their singles “Tolerance” and “Die My Saint” over the course of the past year, with both reaching the No. 1 position on Reverbnation’s U.K. Metal Charts.
Future plans involve releasing a second video music video and an acoustic EP before Christmas.
Exorcism are currently looking for a dedicated drummer to record their second album and play live. “Drummers who have got the possibility to record their own drums tracks, have gear and are professional are welcome to apply.”
“We are accepting submissions worldwide via video or audio and need you to perform at least two Exorcism tracks for our review. A brief bio and recent photo are also required. Please be aware that we will consider performance, style, image, etc. in our review of submitted material. Age and gender are a non issue. We will upload all video’s to our management’s YouTube channel. Please submit material to our management at the following address: email@example.com“.
Csaba Zvekan – Vocals
Joe Stump – Guitars
Lucio Manca – Bass
t.b.a. – Drums
Evyltyde have announced they will be starting work on their debut album come 4th October 2014.
Recording for the as-yet untitled album will kick off at The Boneyard Studio in Swansea (Wales, United Kingdom) and is scheduled to run through to early November, with a release penciled for mid-December or early January.
The 10-track digital release will include 5 songs that currently feature as part of Evyltyde’s live set; ‘Living To Die’, ‘Kick You Down’, ‘Guilty’, ‘Hollow’ and ‘Fly Away’ plus another 5 new songs that the band are currently developing.
The special edition CD release will not only contain the 10 new recordings, but remixed and remastered versions of Evyltyde’s previous releases as well. “It’s going to have quite a mix of styles, not just ten songs that all sound the same. If you’ve seen us live then you’ll know what to expect, if not, then I guess it will be a bit of a surprise for some”, comments Danny Merton (guitars).
“We’re super excited about it, I spent two years living in Swansea, so it’s almost a sort of homecoming for me. It will be great to be able to take the time to work on the material and to be able to spend a week doing nothing but singing will be awesome!" remarks Hannah Delany (vocals).
WATCH the "Killer" music video HERE:
LISTEN to the "Fight" Acoustic Version HERE:
READ the James Holder "Killer" review HERE:
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