US black metallers Von have recently premiered online "Jesus Stain", a brand-new song which is available for streaming at Decibel Magazine. The song will appear on the band's long awaited full-length album entitled Satanic Blood, scheduled for release on October 31st via Von Records.

Satanic Blood was produced by Venien, mixed by Andrew Ragin at Wall To Wall Recording Studios in Chicago, Illinois and mastered by John Gray at The Jungle Studios in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Band mainman Jason "Venien" Ventura recently said about the song: "Stains of Jesus are everywhere and this reflects that so well. This is not a religious thing; this is for those that push it on to others. I dictate my own way. This is an old one from the incubation period of Von."




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Band profile: VON
 
Posted: 06.10.2012 by BudDa



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ImperialTroll - 06.10.2012 at 13:35  
Sounds like a decent return. I'd definitely get this album
Jiri - 06.10.2012 at 17:25  
WTF? Von? New single streaming? Like a pussy mainstream band does? Where has their trve and kvlt attitude gone?

Let Jiri cry for their loss of kvlt:
ManiacBlasphemer - 07.10.2012 at 01:08  
Written by Jiri on 06.10.2012 at 17:25

WTF? Von? New single streaming? Like a pussy mainstream band does? Where has their trve and kvlt attitude gone?

Let Jiri cry for their loss of kvlt:


Maybe your current way of thinking might've worked back in the late 80s/early 90s, but now, even a black metal band has to adapt to how things are going on. What is more important, the fact that they are back and still kick ass, or the fact that they decided to stream one song?

I for one am pleased, and I can't wait to get my hands on their opus.
Jiri - 07.10.2012 at 02:58  
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Maybe your current way of thinking might've worked back in the late 80s/early 90s, but now, even a black metal band has to adapt to how things are going on. What is more important, the fact that they are back and still kick ass, or the fact that they decided to stream one song?

I for one am pleased, and I can't wait to get my hands on their opus.

First of all, I was joking

Secondly, black metal was formed as an opposition to the mainstream bullshit. BM bands do not have to adapt to this shit if they are trve and kvlt. Deathspell Omega no not interview, do not release promo pictures, do not release singles, do not record music videos and do not even state their recording lineup on albums. The are a successful black metal band that retains ultimate trveness and kvltness. You'll never see them release a "lyric video". This is why I was crying for Von. They are no longer trve or kvlt
ManiacBlasphemer - 08.10.2012 at 12:42  
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Written by Jiri on 07.10.2012 at 02:58

Maybe your current way of thinking might've worked back in the late 80s/early 90s, but now, even a black metal band has to adapt to how things are going on. What is more important, the fact that they are back and still kick ass, or the fact that they decided to stream one song?

I for one am pleased, and I can't wait to get my hands on their opus.

First of all, I was joking

Secondly, black metal was formed as an opposition to the mainstream bullshit. BM bands do not have to adapt to this shit if they are trve and kvlt. Deathspell Omega no not interview, do not release promo pictures, do not release singles, do not record music videos and do not even state their recording lineup on albums. The are a successful black metal band that retains ultimate trveness and kvltness. You'll never see them release a "lyric video". This is why I was crying for Von. They are no longer trve or kvlt


Well, in Deathspell Omega's case, you're right, they are trve and kvlt or w.e., though the term "succesful" is kinda biased IMO. Yeah, they made a name for themselves, they make fucking great music, it is one of the best black metal bands since the 2000s, though I doubt that they rised to the fame and recognition of bands such as Watain for example.

I cannot call Von a mainstream band just because they streamed one song in their entire existance, that is kinda bullshit. And who says they cannot adapt? I mean, even the most known black metal bands from the 90s that were all against the trend still had to adapt to the reality we face nowadays. Maybe back then, there wasn't such an urge to promote a band through any means, but now it is, talent and skill is no longer enough in order to become succesful, this is the cruel reality (I do not like it either).

Times change, music changes, bands need to change as well, this is how you can remain competitive.
Jiri - 08.10.2012 at 16:55  
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Well, in Deathspell Omega's case, you're right, they are trve and kvlt or w.e., though the term "succesful" is kinda biased IMO. Yeah, they made a name for themselves, they make fucking great music, it is one of the best black metal bands since the 2000s, though I doubt that they rised to the fame and recognition of bands such as Watain for example.

I cannot call Von a mainstream band just because they streamed one song in their entire existance, that is kinda bullshit. And who says they cannot adapt? I mean, even the most known black metal bands from the 90s that were all against the trend still had to adapt to the reality we face nowadays. Maybe back then, there wasn't such an urge to promote a band through any means, but now it is, talent and skill is no longer enough in order to become succesful, this is the cruel reality (I do not like it either).

Times change, music changes, bands need to change as well, this is how you can remain competitive.

All good points. Though I also do not view Von as mainstream. Like I said, I was joking. They are still one of the most underground BM acts despite the above news piece. It's just that they always made themselves out to be this mysterious band throughout the years and all of a sudden they are releasing singles and song streaming. It is just funny to me. So I made a joke about it. But, as I already alluded, I do not consider them part of the sickening mainstream ilk.
!J.O.O.E.! - 08.10.2012 at 17:32  
DsO incorporated trendy and Hipster "post" elements into their sound in the last two records. Nothing kvlt about that

Also, Last.fm listeners:

Watain - 65,000
DsO - 54,000

Comparable "success" I'd say, especially considering Watain are the (slightly) older band and have had the benefit of marketing, live performances, interviews etc.

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