04:50 - The Maratha Also, black powerfully blending with genres of death, drone, psychedelic, doom, sludge and so on. More or less, this past 2 years there has been a trend of experimentation in metal altogether.
04:44 - The Maratha The problem is that Sludge creepingly blends into heavy, doom, black and death. Look at Roadburn for instance.
Grinders Cephalic Carnage have begun writing new material for their anticipated 7th full-length album and successor to Misled By Certainty. More details on this process will be announced shortly but rest assured that the band will be spewing forth a new grindcore beast soon.
"Ohrwurm", the new bloody disgusting video from Cephalic Carnage off their recent work Misled By Certainty, has premiered at Bloody-Disgusting.com. The video, directed by Bloody-Disgusting contributor Michael Panduro, is as NSFW as you can possibly get and you should probably not eat before viewing.
Michael Panduro states: "This is my third video for a band based on the opposite side of the planet, but it's the first one where I've gone balls in. I applaud Cephalic Carnage for going along on a concept like this and I'm very thankful for the complete freedom I've had. Even though this video was shot on a shoestring budget, everybody pitched in more than they had to and I think the final result shows the guts of the actors involved."
Misled By Certainty cover art], the forthcoming album from US metallers Cephalic Carnage, is available for streaming in its entirety on the band's MySpace page.
Misled By Certainty is set for an August 31st North American release date, September 6th internationally, and is available for pre-order now including a limited edition deluxe package. More information on the available formats can be found here.
Cephalic Carnage have uploaded the first new track off the upcoming Misled By Certainty (needless to say it totally slays). The preview song is called "Abraxas Of Filth", and includes a guest appearance from Ross Dolan of Immolation on back-up vocals. Check it out here.
Misled By Certainty, the follow-up album to 2007's Xenosapien, was recorded at the band's own recording studio with longtime engineer/producer Dave Otero. An August 31st North American release date has been set.
US technical death/grind metallers Cephalic Carnage have announced the addition of guitarist Brian Hopp to the group's ranks. Brian Hopp will be replacing Zac Joe as lead guitarist.
The band stated: "So yeah yeah old news, but as most of you know Zac left the band, but what you don't know is who our new guitarist is. Please welcome Brian Hopp a.k.a. Legolas to the Cephalic family. He's got a really sweet bow and arrow, and his guitar playing is almost as good as his archery. We are extremely pleased with his work on the new record, and we think you will be too. Come tickle his chin and give him a pinch on Summer's Laughter."
Misled By Certainty, the new Cephalic Carnage's album, is due on August 31 via Relapse Records.
Cephalic Carnage has begun work on their follow-up album to 2007's Xenosapien. The still untitled full-length is being recorded at the band's own recording studio with longtime engineer/producer Dave Otero. An autumn 2010 release through Relapse Records is expected. More details to be announced soon.
The following message was posted on Relapse's official website:
"Denver's Cephalic Carnage are set to team up with Between The Buried And Me, The Red Chord and label-mates The End for a tour of North-Eastern North America. This tour will kick off on August 27 in Pittsburgh, PA and run through September 11. A complete listing of tour dates can be found in the tour section.
Cephalic Carnage, fresh off the successful Summer Slaughter Tour, are touring in support of their brand new album, "Xenospaien". "Xenosapien" has been praised by international metal press since its release in late May, being described as " most insane metal ever" (Metal Hammer), "colorful and dynamic" (Decibel), " album made to ridiculously high standard(s)" (Big Chesse) and "blindingly expansive" (Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles)."
Cephalic Carnage has unveiled the first new track 'Endless Cycle Of Violence', from their upcoming full-length album "Xenosapien", via the band's MySpace page.
"Endless Cycle Of Violence", the album's lead-off track, will also be the first video from the record.
The albums is due for a 28 May release.