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Pantheon I - New Song Online

Pantheon I have premiered a brand new song. This new tune is called "I'll Come Back As Fire" and if you haven't checked it out yet, you can click play on the video below and enjoy it. Pantheon I is a black metal band from Norway and the impending From The Abyss They Rise will be their fourth album. Tell us your impressions of the song.

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Posted: 05.07.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

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Ophis - Release New Album Teaser

Ophis have released today a teaser for their upcoming album Abhorrence In Opulence, which already has a release date. Mark your calendars for September 5th. It will be out via Cyclone Empire. You can have a little preview of the album on the trailer below. Check out a snippet of the gloomy new material combined with live pics made by N. Nivera of NNPhotography. Enjoy and whet your appetite for the new output.

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (6)

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Inanimate Existence - New Video Available Online

Californian tech death metallers Inanimate Existence are pleased to present a brand new official video for the track "The Rune Of Destruction", now available for your eyes and ears below. This track appears on the band's recently released sophomore album, Never-Ending Cycle Of Atonement, out from June 24th through Unique Leader Records.

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by Abattoir | Comments (2)

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Machine Head - Settle Legal Dispute With Bassist Adam Duce

You might remember that at the beginning of this year, the former long-time Machine Head bassist Adam Duce filed a lawsuit against the band and their manager, among others. He was seeking damages for trademark infringement, breach of partnership agreement and defamation, and claimed he was kicked out of the band. It seems that this dispute has been settled, according to a post on the band's Facebook page. However, the group didn't reveal the terms of the deal. The Americans continue to work on their brand new album, set for release in November this year.

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (4)

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Origin - Entire New Album Streaming Online

Origin's new album, Omnipresent, sees its official release today in Europe via Agonia Records. While it will only hit stores on July 8th in North America via Nuclear Blast, the entire new opus is currently streaming online until midnight on Saturday, 5th of July. So, you better enjoy it while you can! You can stream Omnipresent below, all of its 35 minutes of death metal. What did you think about this new album?

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (2)

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Anthelion - New Song Released

Taiwanese symphonic black metal band Anthelion has recently released a new song from their new and second album Obsidian Plume. The song is called "Obsidian Plume," the title track, and you can now give it a listen and watch the video for it below.

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by BloodJuNkie | Comments (2)

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Necros Christos - New Song Streaming Online

Extreme metallers Necros Christos have shared some new music. You can now enjoy the brand new track "Nine Graves" which is also the title track of their new EP. Nine Graves is available now through Sepulchral Voice Records and Ván Records. You can immerse yourself in "Nine Graves," available through the Soundcloud player below.

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (9)

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Striker - Share New Album Details

Canadians Striker are preparing to release a new album called City Of Gold on August 29th (Europe), September 1st in the UK and September 9th USA/Canada via Napalm Records. The speed metal band has now unveiled the artwork by artist Eliran Kantor (Testament, Sodom, Iced Earth). Feast your eyes on the cover artwork below. This will be the band's third album after 2012's Armed To The Teeth.

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

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King Of Asgard - Karg

When comparing to the mighty Amon Amarth, I always had the opinion that King Of Asgard were the better vikings. This got me rude comments even on sites and under videos of the latter mentioned, but I have my reasons. Both are great, yet over the years my interest drifted towards the darker and more authentic side of the genre, including legends like Helheim and newer bands like this one which releases their new album this year, entitled Karg.

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Posted: 04.07.2014 by Windrider | Comments (13)

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