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The Moth Gatherer to Premiere New Track on BBC Radio 1

THE MOTH GATHERER to Premiere New Track on BBC Radio 1 Swedish sludge, doom, electro, post-rock visionaries, THE MOTH GATHERER, are going to premiere a new song, “Attacus Atlas”, exclusively on BBC Radio 1. It will be the final song of Daniel P. Carter‘s Rock Show, which airs this coming Sunday (November 8th) at 7PM GMT (8PM CET). The …

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Temple Of Baal Stream Full New Album, “Mysterium”

French black/death metallers, TEMPLE OF BAAL, have released an advance stream of their new album, “Mysterium”, exclusively on Ultimate-Guitar.com! Set to be oficially released on October 2nd via Agonia Records, “Mysterium” is available for streaming right now at this link: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/news/upcoming_releases/ug_exclusive_stream_the_new_temple_of_baal_album_mysterium.html In their over 15 years-long career, marked by four full-lengths and …

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Varathron: New EP Coming This October

Varathron: New EP Coming This October STREAM PREMIERE TRACK HERE ! Greek black metal legends, VARATHRON, are gearing up to release a new seven-track EP, called “The Confessional Of The Black Penitents”, this October 23rd on Agonia Records. “The Confessional Of The Black Penitents” features three brand new tracks and four songs recorded live, …

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NYX Reveal Details And Trailer Of New Album

German female extreme metal force, NYX, has inked a record deal with Agonia Records. The band’s debut album, “Home”, is expected to drop on October 30th, 2015. In anticipation, the duo has revealed a trailer for their upcoming effort. NYX is made off Blitz (drums/vocals) and Vinterbarn (guitars/vocals) and was brought to life in 2011 to explore …

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VI Premiere New Song via CVLT Nation

VI Premiere New Song ‘Par le jugement causé par ses poisons’ via CVLT Nation French black metal newcomers, VI, featuring current and ex-members of Aosoth, Antaeus and Aborted, are premiering a brand new song, “Par le jugement causé par ses poisons”, exclusively through CVLT Nation. VI has a debut album coming out, entitled “De Praestgiis Angelorum”, on September …

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CODE Pre Fest Interview – Damnation 2014

CODE chats with Planetmosh to tell us about the band, what they have been up to, what you can expect from them when they play at Damantion on Saturday, 1st November at 17.00 on the Eyesore Merch Stage, writing their new album, their future plans plus more! Can you give …

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German politician apologises DEN SAAKALDTE for false accusations

Political member of the centre-left German party SPD, Ralf Hofman, has publicly apologized to – amogst other artists – DEN SAAKALDTE, for his false false accusations concerning band’s alleged involvement in the so colled “right-wing scene”, with regards to the band’s appearance at the Norwegian Hellcamp in Schweinfurt this October. …

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CENTINEX reveal new song and ‘Redeeming Filth’ album details

Sweidsh death metal unit CENTINEX will release a new comeback album entitled Redeeming Filth on the 21st of November in Europe and on the 9th of December in North America via Agonia Records. Returning after an almost eight-year hiatus, the band decided to revive the spirit that originally begun in …

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STENCH premiere new song “Archways”

Swedish death metallers STENCH premiere a brand new track entitled “Archways”. It is the first song to be revealed from band’s upcoming full-length album “Venture”, set to be released on the 26th of September in Europe and 7th of October in North America via Agonia Records.   The new album …

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STENCH Reveal “Venture” Album Details

Death metal trio STENCH will release its sophomore album entitled Venture on the 26th of September in Europe and 7th of October in North America via Agonia Records. The follow-up to the band’s debut opus In Putrescence has been in the making since 2010 and along with the artwork, “has accumulated enough …

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ABORYM signs new deal with Agonia Records

Aborym, the legendary extreme electro/industrial metal band, featuring Italians Fabban and Paolo Pieri (Hour Of Penance) together with Norway’s Bard “Faust” Eithun (Emperor, Blood Tsunami, Mongo Ninja), has inked a new record deal with Agonia Records. Details on band’s seventh full-length album, the follow-up to 2013’s Dirty, are yet to …

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Aosoth – IV

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This fourth album from French blackened death metallers Aosoth is suitably dark, punishingly brutal and apocalyptically nihilistic. Built on barbaric rhythms and crushing riffs, topped with the sort of evil vocal that the Lord of Hades himself would struggle to imitate, it’s by turns depressively dirge-like and neck-snappingly fast, but …

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Enthroned – Interview with Nornagest

As Belgian black metal masters Enthroned prepare to return to the UK for another run of dates in support of their ‘Obsidium’ album, we sit down with frontman Nornagest to catch up with the latest instalment of the band’s story and his views on making it 20 years at the …

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Spektr – ‘Cypher’

I’ve often accused black metal of being staid and derivative, content to rest on its laurels:  but, part of the excitement which initially drew me to what I regard as real darkened extremism was the way in which BM artists were prepared to experiment and push their boundaries to their …

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Kongh – ‘Sole Creation’

The third album from Swedish doom crew Kongh is not one which is for the faint-hearted.  For a start, its four tracks clock in at around three-quarters of an hour (give or take a few seconds here or there) long. This is loud, dirty, brutal, bruising doom metal of the …

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Enthroned – ‘Obsidium’

Belgian black metal mob Enthroned have been slowly carving out a reputation for themselves as one of the continent’s more accomplished, if hardly innovative, black metal outfits, and this ninth album is as solid as anything the genre has produced in the last couple of decades. There’s nothing hugely original …

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Decline Of The I – ‘Inhibition’

Over the past decade or so, black metal – particularly of the northern European variety – has become much more about the feel of the music rather than the subject matter, as bands have progressed from satanic shock tactics to more natural, ethereal explorations of the environments which originally inspired …

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