The tour dates have been announced for the Carnival of Death Tour 2014, which is being described as the death metal tour of the year. Brutal death metallers Suffocation will join forces with Kataklysm, Jungle Rot, Pyrexia and Internal Bleeding on a North American trek this fall.
Montreal-based death metal powerhouse Kataklysm has a treat for you today. The band released the music video for their rendition of the Sacred Reich classic "The American Way." The clip was shot by director Tommy Jones (Testament, Death Angel, Ex Deo), during their recent North American tour with Belgian gore-grinders Aborted. Check out the band's newest video below.
Last year, death metallers Kataklysm recruited ex-Neuraxis drummer Oli Beaudoin as a session drummer to replace Max Duhamel, who decided to take a break to deal with his alcohol abuse. The Canadians now announce Oli Beaudoin as a permanent member on the next album and future tours.
Montreal based death metallers Kataklysm have released a new lyric video for the track "Fire". The song is the opening track off the band's latest new album, Waiting For The End To Come, which is available worldwide from October 25th via Nuclear Blast.
Death metallers Kataklysm promised that their new video would be the most brutal yet. The video is for the new track "Elevate", it was filmed in Serbia back in August and was produced by director Ivan Colic from iCode Productions (Ex Deo, Soilwork, Moonspell, Alestorm, Kamelot). Ivan Colic previously worked with Kataklysm frontman Maurizio Iacono on the "Push The Venom" video. Needless to say, this is also a chance to hear another song from the forthcoming Waiting For The End To Come.
How about a new song from Kataklysm? Here it is folks because the death metallers have just premiered their new track "Kill The Elite" off of Waiting For The End To Come, their new offering. The song is available for your listening pleasure below. Tell us if you like the first new tune from the new album.
Death metallers Kataklysm will be returning to Europe next year, it has been announced. This tour in support of their new album Waiting For The End To Come will feature as well Krisiun from Brazil and label mates Fleshgod Apocalypse as special guests. You will get the chance to watch these bands perform in January/February next year on Kataklysm's first tour on the old continent in almost three years.
Canadians Kataklysm have revealed the alternate cover art for their highly anticipated upcoming release Waiting For The End To Come. The artwork, made by Eliran Kantor, will be featured on the deluxe digipak and LP versions of their new album, which will be released on October 29th (North America) via Nuclear Blast.
The CD and limited-cassette main artwork from Peter Sallai for Waiting For The End To Come, the forthcoming concept album from Canada-based extreme metallers Kataklysm, can now be seen below. The artwork can be also checked out as a part of the short album teaser through the YouTube player.
Death metallers Kataklysm have completed the recordings for their new album Waiting For The End To Come and now the album will be mixed in July by producer Zeuss. The band has been hard at work on the follow-to to Heaven's Venom which is tentatively scheduled for a late 2013 / early 2014 release.
Bad news for Kataklysm fans. Drummer Max Duhamel won't be performing on the next Kataklysm album Waiting For The End To Come due to problems with alcohol. The band promises to find a fitting replacement and announce it in the next few weeks.
After revealing that a new album was in the works, Kataklysm have set the title for their upcoming album. It will be titled Waiting For The End To Come and it is tentatively scheduled for a late 2013 release via Nuclear Blast Records worldwide. The death metal combo also stated that the lyrical theme of the album will revolve around mortality and the purpose of life.
Canadian death metallers Kataklysm have finally revealed something about their new album. The band confirms that the mix and mastering will be done in 2013 by a new producer to be announced next week. Guitarist Jean-Francois Dagenais will engineer it and promises a more complex death metal album this time after Heaven's Venom.