Metal-Rules.com has uploaded a new gig review of veteran thrashers INFERNAL MAJESTY (and fellow Canadians MEATLOCKER SEVEN and ANTIQUUS) performing at The Brickyard in Vancouver on May 21.
The concert marked INFERNAL MAJESTY's live debut with new singer Brian Langley. The band also played a new song ("Burnt Beyond Recognition") from their upcoming CD. Check out the review (including lots of photos) at this location.
INFERNAL MAJESTY were previously scheduled to enter the studio in early June to begin recording their next album for Greece's Black Lotus Records. Jean-François Dagenais (KATAKLYSM, MALEVOLENT CREATION, MISERY INDEX) was slated to produce the effort, which is to be recorded in Vancouver, B.C. and mixed in Montreal, Quebec. An October release is expected.
INFERNAL MAJESTY's most recent album, "One Who Points To Death", was released last spring through Black Lotus Records. The North American release was handled by Canada's Galy Records.
"One Who Points to Death" was recorded by Sho at Profile Sound Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and was mastered by Pierre Remillard at Wild Studios in St-Zenon, Quebec, Canada.
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