August 2012 - Blabbermouth Archive

'Black Metal' Band Featured In New FEDEX Commercial

A unnamed, corpse-painted, black metal-meets-industrial-style band is featured in a new commercial for FedEx, the king of air, ground and freight delivery services. According to Adweek, the 30-second spot, which was created by the New York City-based advertising agency network BBDO, "touts the delivery firm's golf club shipping services for die-hard duffers. In ...

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GOREMENT: Complete Recordings To Be Released In September

GOREMENT — one of the finest yet most obscure death metal bands to ever emerge from Sweden — has inked a worldwide deal with Century Media Records for the release of the band's entire catalog. "Within The Shadow Of Darkness - The Complete Recordings" will be made available on September 24 on 2CD and double ...

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ORCHID To Release 'Heretic' EP

San Francisco based doom rockers ORCHID will release an EP featuring three brand new tracks and one song from their latest full-length album, "Capricorn", on September 7, 2012. The EP, entitled "Heretic", marks the band's first release for Nuclear Blast Records and will be made available both digitally as well as on 10-inch vinyl. "Heretic" ...

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PRO-PAIN Signs With GOOMBA MUSIC

Legendary hardcore band PRO-PAIN has inked a deal with the Chicago independent record company Goomba Music. The band's new album, "Straight To The Dome", will be released in North America on September 25. The CD was recorded at Little Creek Studio in Gelterkinden, Switzerland and produced by V.O. Pulver. Aggressive, meticulous, passionate, righteous — all ...

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GENERAL SURGERY To Release New EP

Swedish goregrind legends GENERAL SURGERY will release a brand new seven-inch EP entitled "Like An Ever Flying Limb" this fall via Relapse Records. The limited-edition EP, which contains five new tracks of the band's gut-splattering gore, was recorded in October 2011 at Audiogrind Studio in the band's hometown of Stockholm. An official release date will ...

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