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Maryland Deathfest V – First Bands Announced!

The first nine bands have been announced for next year’s highly anticipated Maryland Deathfest V, set to take place on May 26th and 27th at Sonar in Baltimore, MD:

GUT (Germany)
RETALIATION (Sweden)
CRIPPLE BASTARDS (Italy)
EXTREME NOISE TERROR (England)
BIRDFLESH (Sweden)
NUNWHORE COMMANDO 666 (Germany)
JIGSORE TERROR (Sweden)
LOOKING FOR AN ANSWER (Spain)
FOETOPSY (Wisconsin)

You can discuss the festival here.

The organizers for the festival hope to announce tomorrow the headliner for their Auditory Assault Festival, which will take place November 25th, 2006 at Sonar in Baltimore, MD.

Megadeth – Reveal New Album Title

The following article was originally posted over at MTV.com:

When MEGADETH frontman Dave Mustaine named his band’s 2004 album The System Has Failed, he seemed to be commenting on the state of U.S. politics. But in retrospect, the title was dead-on for an entirely different reason: The system Mustaine depended on for his livelihood was falling apart.

There were problems with the band’s lineup, an ugly lawsuit had developed with ex-bassist David Ellefson, and the label that released the album suffered a staff shakeup that resulted in what Mustaine called “a complete lack of support for the project.” In February 2005, Mustaine announced plans to disband MEGADETH and go solo. As the year progressed, however, he re-evaluated his decision, and on October 9 at a concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he declared that MEGADETH would continue.

“My decision was a combination of a few things,” Mustaine said as he prepared to enter the studio to record vocals for the band’s upcoming album, United Abominations, which is scheduled for a Halloween release. “I was finally associating with guys that really love to play [ex-EIDOLON guitarist Glen Drover and drummer Shawn Drover] and that make me feel really good to play. They respect me and are fans of the music that we play and of the music in our genre. Also, ticket sales were up and record sales were up it was happening again.”

Inspired by his decision, Mustaine wrote a batch of new songs, signed a new deal with Roadrunner Records and hired bassist James LoMenzo (ex-BLACK LABEL SOCIETY and, um, WHITE LION) to replace James Macdonough. Then the band flew to England to record drums for the album.

“We rented [LED ZEPPELIN drummer] John Bonham‘s drum kit and recorded at a studio in [PINK FLOYD guitarist] David Gilmour‘s house, which was great.” Mustaine said.

“The kit is the only one that’s available in the world to rent,” Drover added. “Dave surprised me with that, which was pretty incredible because I didn’t even know it was possible to get Bonham‘s kit to rent for anybody. So I incorporated the bass drum and his floor tom and a snare on the kit that I use in the studio, and that was really inspiring. We played in the middle of nowhere and it was just a really cool vibe.”

After the drums were finished, MEGADETH returned to California to record the guitars and bass. Even before the vocals were added, it was clear that United Abominations was going to please fans of MEGADETH‘s vintage material. “If I was to say what time this record would have came out, I would have said some time before [1990’s] Rust in Peace or sometime after [1992’s] Countdown to Extinction, Mustaine said. “The critics called The System a return to form, but this is even more so. The record company that I’m with now gets it and I’m with management who gets it. So I don’t have to write songs because the wives of certain bandmembers are griping or their mortgage is not getting paid or management is telling me that I’ve got to get a record done to do the tour and I’ve got to do the tour because if not, I’m not going to be able to pay my bills.”

Such skewed reasoning, insisted Mustaine, was largely responsible for MEGADETH‘s transformation from a stellar thrash outfit to a more commercial entity. It all started after the landmark album Rust in Peace, when MEGADETH recorded the slightly more commercial Countdown to Extinction, which reached #2 on the Billboard albums chart.

“After that, the pressure came from all sorts of different angles and I was learning as I was going along,” Mustaine said. “Also, we had pretty much a revolving lineup within the band and with representation from management and with numerous administrations at the record companies. While we were signed to Capitol, there were six different presidents there. So, we’ve never really had any long-term equilibrium.”

United Abominations will mark the ‘DETH recording debut of the Drover brothers. The album will contain 11 songs, including the title track, “Washington’s Next” and “Gears of War“; an additional track will be included with the Japanese release. “It’s a really diverse record,” Shawn said. “There’s some faster stuff that should appeal to the band’s thrash fans and it’s got a little more mainstream stuff as well. It’s definitely not one-dimensional.”

The record is being co-produced by Mustaine and Jeff Balding, who has worked on three other MEGADETH discs. But while Balding has an arsenal of contemporary gizmos at his disposal, the album is being created with the kinds of equipment and techniques the band used in the late ’80s before the advent of ProTools and digital editing.

“I wanted to go back to the way the stuff was done in the beginning,” said Mustaine. “I think MEGADETH boils down to its bare minimum. When you break it down, MEGADETH is guitar, bass, drums and guitar solos. And when it starts going in directions where there’s a little bit too much stuff going on that can’t be done onstage, it loses heaviness because that stuff probably shouldn’t be there anyway.”

As he heads into the final weeks of production, Mustaine is happy with his new songs, ecstatic about his current bandmates and looking forward to announcing the lineup for the second Gigantour, the technical-metal festival he launched and headlined last year. Once again, the system is fully operational.

Hatebreed, Napalm Death, Exodus – First Dates Revealed

The first dates have been released for the upcoming tour featuring HATEBREED, NAPALM DEATH, EXODUS, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, DESPISED ICON, and FIRST BLOOD:

September 3 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
September 4 – Springfield, VA @ Jaxx

Relapse Records – Contamination Tour 2006 Announced

Relapse Records has announced the 2006 installment of their Contamination Tour.

Contamination 2006 will feature fresh Relapse signings UNEARTHLY TRANCE, FACEDOWNINSHIT and FUCK THE FACTS with special guest appearances by label mates JUCIFER, BURIED INSIDE, MINSK and more in various cities throughout the tour. Confirmed dates are as follows:

September 2 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Balcony w/ Buried Inside
September 3 – Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s w/ Buried Inside
September 4 – Chicago, IL @ The Note
September 5 – St. Louis, MO @ Creepy Crawl w/ Minsk
September 6 – Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater w/ Minsk
September 7 – Denver, CO @ 3 Kings Tavern w/ Minsk
September 8 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Burts Tiki Lounge w/ Minsk
September 11 – San Francisco, CA @ Elbo Room w/ Minsk
September 12 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Mountain Bar w/ Minsk
September 14 – Glendale, AZ @ Bullbogs w/ Minsk
September 16 – Oklahoma City, OK @ The Conservatory w/ Minsk
September 18 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s w/ Minsk
September 19 – Beaumont, TX @ Vortex
September 20 – New Orleans, LA @ The Big Top
September 21 – Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn
September 22 – Gainesville, FL @ Common Grounds
September 23 – Savannah, GA @ The Jinx
September 24 – Greensboro, NC @ The Flying Anvil
September 26 – Richmond, VA @ Nanci Raygun w/ Jucifer
September 27 – Washington, DC @ Warehouse Next Door w/ Jucifer
September 28 – Baltimore, MD @ OttoBar w/ Jucifer
September 30 – Providence, RI @ Redrum w/ Jucifer*
October 1 – Middletown, CT @ Living Proof w/ Jucifer*

* = no FACEDOWNINSHIT

Mastodon, Converge – Initial Tour Dates Released

The following initial dates have been released for the upcoming tour featuring MASTODON, CONVERGE, and THE BRONX:

September 6 – Baltimore, MD @ Ramshead Live
September 7 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
September 8 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
September 9 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
September 10 – Montreal, QC @ Spectrum
September 12 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Theater
September 13 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
September 14 – Chicago, IL @ Metro
September 15 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic
September 16 – Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart’s
September 19 – Denver, CO @ Cervantes
September 21 – Boise, ID @ The Big Easy
September 22 – Portland, OR @ Roseland
September 23 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox
September 29 – Los Angeles, CA @ Henry Fonda Theatre

Iron Maiden – New Video Posted Online

You can check out IRON MAIDEN‘s new video for the track “The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeghere. The track comes off the band’s upcoming new album, A Matter of Life And Death.

Ghoul – NYC Show Lineup Changed

The lineup for GHOUL‘s highly anticipated New York City show, set to take place on July 23rd at Brooklyn Fireproof, has changed. The show will now feature GHOUL, FUCK THE FACTS, DEFEATIST, THE DREAM IS DEAD, EXACTLY VIOLENT STYLE, BURN THE MASSES, and IT WILL END IN PURE HORROR. For more information, check here.

Hank III, Assjack – More North American Dates Announced

Country rebel HANK WILLIAMS III will be hitting the road later this summer once again, also with his metal band ASSJACK, for another North American tour. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

August 22 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
August 25 – Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
August 27 – Silverlake, CA @ 26th Annual Sunset Junction Street Fair
August 28 – Ventura, CA @ Ventura Theatre
August 29 – San Luis Obispo, CA @ Downtown Brewing Company
September 1 – Chico, CA @ Senator Theatre
September 12 – Houston, TX @ Meridian
September 13 – New Orleans, LA @ Howlin’ Wolf
September 14 – Tallahassee, FL @ The Beta Bar
October 2 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theatre
October 4 – Brooklyn, NY @ North Six
October 6 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
October 7 – Washington, DC @ Black Cat
October 11 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
October 21 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
October 22 – St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
October 23 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room

Fuck The Facts – Release Album Information

Relapse‘s own FUCK THE FACTS have posted information concerning their upcoming album, “Stigmata High-Five” (cover can be seen here), which has a release date of August 22. The tracklisting is set to include the following songs:

La Derniere Image
The Wrecking
(can be heard here)
Carve Your Heart Out (can be heard here)
Taken from The Nest
What’s Left Behind
The Sound Of Your Smashed Head
Dead In The Ruins Of Your Own City
Stigmata High-Five
(bonus audio)
Ants (bonus audio)

You can also check out the newest e-card here, courtesy of Relapse Records.

Ignite – New Tour And Video

IGNITE have lined up a handful of dates with STRIKE ANYWHERE, A GLOBAL THREAT, and MODERN LIFE IS WAR. The confirmed dates for the September tour include:

September 1 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Peppermint Beach Club
September 3 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
September 4 – New York, NY @ CBGB
September 12 – Buffalo, NY @ The Buffalo Icon
September 13 – Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop
September 15 – Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
September 16 – Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock
September 17 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Miramar Theatre
September 19 – Cincinnati, OH @ Top Cat’s
September 20 – Millvale, PA Mr. @ Smalls Theatre
September 21 – Philadelphia, PA @ Starlight Ballroom
September 23 – Richmond, VA @ Alley Katz

In other news, IGNITE have posted a new video for their song “Bleeding” which can be viewed here.

Gorod, Sulaco – New Mp3s Posted Online

You can check out two mp3s from the upcoming new releases from GOROD (Leading Vision) and SULACO (Tearing Through The Roots) here.

Rhapsody – Change Name To Rhapsody Of Fire

Due to copyright and trademark issues the band formerly known as RHAPSODY has changed its name. The band members consider this a great new start, reflecting the emboldened and increasingly grandiose direction that their music has taken. “The power of the dragonflame will burn brighter than ever before,” says guitarist/songwriter Luca Turilli. Keyboardist/songwriter Alex Staropoli adds, “The name RHAPSODY OF FIRE better represents the energy that has always been present in this band and its music.”

With a new record company in Magic Circle Music, a new tour planned and a new album on the way, RHAPSODY OF FIRE will continue to explore musical fantasy worlds with the precision musicianship and unique symphonic concepts that their fans have come to expect and adore. Fresh on the heels of the band’s first live album release, Live In Canada 2005 – The Dark Secret, a new name and renewed vigor ensure that RHAPSODY OF FIRE still hold the passion and power that have always been associated with their music.

Non Phixion – Break Up, Members Persue Solo Projects

After a successful, influential and critically acclaimed ten year career, New York’s underground hip hop staple NON PHIXION has decided the time has come to call it a day. NON PHIXION released their first single back in 1996 and never looked back. The next several years saw the release of multiple NON PHIXION 12″ singles, but it was their 2002 full-length release “The Future Is Now,” with its infectious beats and raw uncut rhymes that finally put NON PHIXION on the map as a force to be reckoned with.NON PHIXION soon developed a strong following in the United States, Europe and Japan through word of mouth and extensive touring. Then in 2004, NON PHIXION released their highly successful “The Green CD/DVD,” solidifying their worldwide dedicated fan base.

Unfortunately all good things come to an end. Within any group, team or unit each individual must pull their own weight for that unit to exist and prosper. After years of dealing with and concealing Goretex‘s general unreliability and total lack of interest in touring, writing and recording music with NON PHIXION, the rest of the group has reluctantly opted to bring it to a dignified end in order to maintain the group’s integrity. Continuing on without any one member of this group would be bullshit. With that being said, Ill Bill, Sabac Red & DJ Eclipse have decided to focus on their solo efforts and projects. Ill Bill‘s Uncle Howie Records has recently joined forces with Perfect Game Recording Co./Warner Music Group to release Ill Bill‘s next solo album/DVD “The Hour of Reprisal.” The album will be released in early 2007 and follows up Ill Bill‘s debut solo effort “What’s Wrong With Bill?” which came out in 2004. Ill Bill is also a member of a new group called LA COKA NOSTRA, which in addition to Bill features HOUSE OF PAIN alumni Everlast, Danny Boy, and DJ Lethal, and newcomers Slaine & Big LeftIll Bill also has plans to release a “Live at CBGB’s” DVD later this year. Sabac Red is currently working on his next solo album and DVD entitled “The Ritual” which will feature production by Necro, Ill Bill, and others. This is the long awaited follow up to his 2004 solo effort “Sabacolypse.” 2007 will also see the release of DJ Eclipse‘s “Halftime Show” DVD highlighting interviews and freestyles with guests from his radio show which can be heard every Wednesday night on 89.1 WNYU from 10:30PM to 1AM in NYC or at www.wnyu.org. Both projects will be released on Uncle Howie Records. And for all those bummed out NON PHIXION fans out there, the good news is that Bill, Sabac and Eclipse will definitely continue to work closely together live in concert and on future projects. Stay posted to www.unclehowie.com as well as the upcoming websites www.sabacred.com, www.illbill.com and www.halftimeradioshow.com for future news.

Ozzy Osbourne – Talks To MTV About Ozzfest

The following article was originally posted over at MTV.com:

Ozzy Osbourne thought 10 Ozzfests were enough. He’d reached his limit. And so, before last year’s Ozzfest the heavy-metal festival’s 10th rendition concluded, Osbourne announced he’d be retiring from his namesake tour. He’d also be taking a break from the road for a while.

But here he is, standing at the foot of Ozzfest‘s main stage with the launch of this year’s Ozzfest just 48 hours away. The music icon’s surveying things inspecting the lights, the monitors, the positioning of the amplifiers. In about 20 minutes, he’ll be joined onstage by guitarist Zakk Wylde, drummer Mike Bordin and bassist Blasko for his first official Ozzfest rehearsal.

“I wanted to retire,” he insisted. “But that lasted half a year. I was bored to death, and I wanted to come back on the road again. I’m not complaining about it, but the downside [to doing Ozzfest] is I never get a chance to go on vacation. Whenever we do go on vacation, it’s winter. So this year, I tried to get off the Ozzfest, and [my wife and the festival’s architect] Sharon said, ‘OK.’ But then one guy spoke to one guy and said it wouldn’t be Ozzfest if Ozzy isn’t there. So [we compromised]. Sharon‘s idea was to do a couple of headliners on the second stage, and I said, ‘That’s great. It’s right in the midst of the audience.’ “

This summer’s Ozzfest, which wraps up August 13 in West Palm Beach, Florida, will make stops in 27 cities, with Osbourne scheduled to take the stage for 13 of them four mainstage appearances and nine on the tour’s smaller second stage. But might this as the rumor mill suggests be Ozzy‘s last Ozzfest?

“I will always be involved in it in some way, as long as it carries along and as long as I’m alive,” he said. “It’s my wife and I’s creation. People say to me, ‘What’s the trick? How do you do it?’ And I can’t answer that question. I’m just so grateful and happy [the fans] come out to see the show.”

Talking to Ozzy, you get the sense that, after 11 years, he’s sort of astounded at Ozzfest‘s mammoth growth. It has become an unstoppable force, surviving while other festivals have come and gone.

“I can’t believe it’s been 11 years,” he said, reflecting on the tour’s tradition. “I couldn’t believe it was 10 years. You know, every year, I ask my wife, ‘How long do you think this is going to go on for?’ But it’s out of my control now, and it’s rolling along on its own. You know, I can’t call this work. I love it. What I’m really happy about, what has happened from Ozzfest, is it’s been a great diving board for other bands. I mean, KORN, SYSTEM OF A DOWN the list goes on and on. And that’s what my job is: to keep the machine rolling.”

After this year’s Ozzfest, Osbourne plans to start working on his 15th solo LP his first record’s worth of original compositions in five years. “We just started working on some ideas, Zakk and the boys,” he explained. “We’re putting a bunch of ideas together, and Zakk‘s playing is just unbelievable. His new album [Shot to Hell, which hits stores September 19] is fantastic. It is going to blow everything else off the face of the world. So when we finish Ozzfest, I’m going to start writing. It’s going to be the first one I’ve written and recorded sober. That’s weird. The one thing about having a swift drink is it gets the old imagination going, you know?”

Ozzy‘s mindset going into the sessions is a positive one, he said. “I’m 57 years of age, and I never thought I’d live this long,” he joked. “I think I’m the luckiest man in the world. I’ve survived, both physically and professionally … I think.”

Peeping Tom – More Tour Dates Released

More dates have been released for PEEPING TOM‘s (Mike Patton) upcoming North American tour:

July 20 – Costa Mesa, CA @ Orange County Fair – Pacific Ampitheater*
July 21 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall w/ Dub Trio
July 22 – San Diego, CA @ Cane’s Ballroom
July 23 – Los Angeles, CA @ Avalon*
July 24 – Los Angeles, CA @ Avalon*
July 27 – Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre w/ Dub Trio
July 28 – Twin Lakes, WI @ Hedgpeth Festival
August 2 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue*
August 7 – Detroit, MI @ State Theatre*
August 9 – Toronto, ON @ Koolhaus*
August 11 – Boston, MA @ Avalon* 
August 12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory* 
August 17 – New York, NY @ Central Park Summerstage*

* = with Gnarls Barkley

Relfux/Animosity, Look What I Did – Members Announce Side Project

Evan Brewer of REFLUX and ANIMOSITY fame and Barry Donegan of LOOK WHAT I DID have begun working on a studio project to be released sometime in mid 2007. This genre bending project will have different surprise collaborators on different parts of the record. The name of the project and album, the label details, and the specific collaborators will be made available at a later time.

Into Eternity – New Album Title Revealed

INTO ETERNITY‘s upcoming new album, which is due out in the fall through Century Media, will be titled “The Scattering of Ashes.”

Magrudergrind – European Tour Announced

The routing for MAGRUDERGRIND‘s summer 2007 European tour has been revealed here.

Motorhead – “Kiss of Death” Cover Art/Track Listing Revealed

You can check out the cover art for MOTORHEAD‘s upcoming new album, Kiss of Death, here. The album is due out on August 29th through Sanctuary Records. The track listing is as follows:

01. Sucker
02. One Night Stand
03. Devil I Know
04. Trigger
05. Under The Gun
06. God Was Never On Your Side
07. Living In The Past
08. Christine
09. Sword of Glory
10. Be My Baby
11. Kingdom of the Worm
12. Going Down
13. R.A.M.O.N.E.S.

Hatebreed – “Supremacy” Cover Art/Track Listing Revealed

You can check out the cover art for HATEBREED‘s upcoming new album, Supremacy, here. The album is due out on August 29th through Roadrunner Records. The track listing is as follows:

01. Defeatist
02. Horrors of Self
03. Mind Over All
04. To The Threshold
05. Give Wings To My Triumph
06. Destroy Everything
07. Divine Judgement
08. Immortal Enemies
09. The Most Truth
10. Never Let It Die
11. Spitting Venom
12. As Diehard as They Come
13. Supremacy of Self

The Who – North American Dates Announced

THE WHO have lined up the following North American tour dates:

September 12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wachovia Center
September 13 – Wantagh, NY @ Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre
September 15 – Boston, MA @ TD Banknorth Garden (Fleet Center)
September 16 – Ottawa, ON @ Scotiabank Place
September 18 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
September 21 – Holmdel, NJ @ P.N.C. Bank Arts Center
September 25 – Chicago, IL @ United Center
September 29 – Auburn Hills, MI @ Palace of Auburn Hills
September 30 – London, ON @ John Labatt Centre
October 3 – Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Centre
October 5 – Calgary, AB @ Pengrowth Saddledome
October 6 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
October 8 – Vancouver, BC @ General Motors Place
October 10 – Portland, OR @ Rose Garden Arena
October 11 – Seattle, WA @ KeyArena at Seattle Center
November 5 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl 
December 4 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre 

Aborted – New Album Update

ABORTED have posted the following update:

Work is proceeding well on the ‘The Auricular Chronicles‘ DVD which is set to be released by october through Listenable records, You can check a TEASER for the dvd right here.

Artwork for this release will be in the hands of SPINA studios, who also did the last LENG TCH’E record. As stated, the dvd will contain a liveshow of an hour shot in Paris with 13 cams, sound remixed by Tue Madsen, both videoclips, backstage shenanigans, other liveshows, interviews with all bandmembers & more

THE NEW ALBUM… We’re right in the middle of the writing process, and middle is the right word since we have half of the record written so far and things are going pretty smoothly. The follow up to ‘The Archaic Abattoir has been baptized ‘Slaughter & Apparatus: A methodical overture‘. This slab of gore will be recorded at the Antfarm once again with Tue Madsen & should see a worldwide release in february 2007 on Century Media records. Some songtitles so far are : ‘The Chondrin Enigma’, ‘Prolific Murder Contrivance’, ‘Archetype: Malice and Scorn’, ‘Avenious‘, ‘The Spaying Seance’ and more. So far the material is a mixture of the last 2 records, adding a notch of brutality & diversity. Artwork will again be handled by Killustrations & should evolve around a concept, later to be revealed. Besides all these exciting things, we are most honoured & pleased to anounce that the album will feature guest appearances by no less than Jeff Walker (CARCASS), Barney Greenway (NAPALM DEATH) and some other surprises, stay tuned!!

Black Label Society – New Song Posted Online

A new song from BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, entitled “Black Mass Reverends,” has been posted online here. The track comes off their upcoming new album, Shot To Hell, which will be released on September 12th through Roadrunner Records.

Belphegor – Sign To Nuclear Blast

BELPHEGOR have signed to Nuclear Blast Records. Commented vocalist/guitarist Helmuth: “BELPHEGOR are proud to have found a new partner with Nuclear Blast for our upcoming album. Over eleven months we’ve been working on ‘Pestapokalypse VI.’ We continued to develop and refine the songs over and over again. Never before have we spent so much time in the rehearsal room, and never before have we put so much energy in our new material. [Producer] Andy Classen provided us with a massive wall of sound in the Stage One Studios. And yeah it’s cool to see that Nuclear Blast boast distribution ways and potential we never got to experience in our past. ‘Pestapokalypse VI‘ is our masterpiece so far! Hell awaits!!!”

Due on October 27, 2006, Pestapokalypse VI will contain the following tracks:

I Belphegor Hell’s Ambassador
II Seyn Todt In Schwartz
III Angel Of Retribution
IV Chants For The Devil 1533
V Pest Teufel Apokalypse
VI The Ancient Enemy
VII Bluhtsturm Erotika
VIII Sanctus Perversum
IX Das Pesthaus / Miasma Epilog

Unearth – Two New Songs Posted Online

You can check out two new tracks off UNEARTH‘s upcoming new album, III: In the Eyes of Fire, here. The album is due out on August 8th through Metal Blade.