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NECROPHAGIA Finish Recording New Album

NECROPHAGIA have almost completed the recording of their upcoming album, "Harvest Ritual Vol. 1", slated for release in Europe by Season of Mist in the spring of 2005. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Cadavera X", "Return to Texas", "Dead Skin Slave", "Unearthed", "Deathtrip 69", "London (13 Demon Street)", "Excommunicated" and "Stitch Her ...

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DEICIDE Guitarist: London Show Filmed For Future Release

DEICIDE touring guitarist Jack Owen (ADRIFT, ex-CANNIBAL CORPSE) has sent the following update to BLABBERMOUTH.NET: "Hello, all you DEICIDE freaks! Jack Owen checking in from Belgium...the tour is going great. Just got out of the U.K., where we did a week's worth of killer shows. Turnouts were huge, as word spread of the band NOT ...

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Iceland's KLINK Added To DEICIDE's European Tour

"Utterly deranged" Icelandic noisecore outfit KLINK will reportedly join the current DEICIDE European tour for all remaining dates beginning with tommorrow's (Dec. 8) show in Hasselt, Belgium. KLINK, who recently reunited after a lengthy break, released a four-song EP, entitled "666 Degrees", on Hitt Records in 2001. During their brief first coming, they opened for ...

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BLEED THE SKY Finish Recording Debut Album

Orange County, California-based sextet BLEED THE SKY have finished recording their debut album at Spyder Studios in Strongsville, OH with producer Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, SWITCHED). An April 26, 2005 release through Nuclear Blast Records is expected. Formed in early 2003, BLEED THE SKY, whose average age is 22, are said to specialize in "mixing groovy ...

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URKRAFT To Support DEICIDE In Denmark

Danish thrash/death metallers URKRAFT have been confirmed as the support act for DEICIDE on December 19 at The Rock in Copenhagen, Denmark. URKRAFT's debut album, "Eternal Cosmic Slaughter", was released in March through Germany's Cartel Media. The CD was recorded at Antfarm Studios in Århus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (MNEMIC, RAUNCHY, 2TON PREDATOR). ...

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Producer NEIL KERNON Offers Update On Recent And Upcoming Projects

Acclaimed metal producer Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, QUEENSRŸCHE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DEICIDE) has posted the following update on the Perpetual Motion message board: "I've been really busy of late, getting stuck into work after moving for the second time in 6 months. After fighting my way through walls of boxes and home remodelling, I'm now finally back ...

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DEICIDE Guitar Being Auctioned Off

A brand new BC Rich Beast guitar purportedly made for former DEICIDE guitarist Brian Hoffman is currently being auctioned off via eBay at this location. According to a posting on the auction page, "this guitar has a solid mahogany neck thru body and wings with an ebony fretboard. It has very colorful abalone ...

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KOLDBORN To Support DEICIDE In Denmark; New EP On The Way

Danish death metallers KOLDBORN will support DEICIDE at Voxhall in Århus, Denmark on Thursday, November 25. In other news, KOLDBORN will release a new mini-CD/10-inch vinyl EP on Ancient Darkness Productions in late December/early January. KOLDBORN recently acquired an as-yet-undisclosed new singer as the replacement for Thomas Zaar Frost, who was dismissed from the group ...

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USURPER: New Song Available For Download

A brand new USURPER track, entitled "Reptilian", has been posted online at this location (mp3). "Reptilian" comes off the group's fifth full-length album, "Cryptobeast", due in February 2005 via Earache Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Twilight Dominion" was recorded at Chicago's Rax Trax Studios with producer Neil Kernon (JUDAS PRIEST, DEICIDE, CANNIBAL CORPSE). ...

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AVIDOST Part Ways With Singer

Chicago-based metallers AVIDOST have parted ways with singer Jen Gore. "Jen is pursuing a medical career and does not have the required time and dedication to front AVIDOST," the band write on their web site. "It was a difficult decision to take her off the album but one that absolutely had to be ...

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BLEED THE SKY Sign With NUCLEAR BLAST RECORDS

Orange County, California-based sextet BLEED THE SKY have inked a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The group are currently recording their full-length debut at Spyder Studios in Strongsville, OH with producer Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, SWITCHED). An early 2005 release is expected. Formed in early 2003, BLEED THE SKY, whose average age is 22, are ...

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DEICIDE: Part Of European Tour Postponed; Lineup Changes Explained

Contrary to reports from the Portuguese date of DEICIDE's European tour, DEICIDE have not cancelled the rest of the trek but have instead postponed part of the tour in order to accodmodate drummer Steve Asheim, whose father has just died. The group's booking agent, Adam Elfin of First Contact Agency, has sent BLABBERMOUTH.NET the following ...

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Updated: DEICIDE Cancel European Tour

DEICIDE have cancelled the remaining dates on their European headlining tour due to a "family crisis" (believed to be the death of drummer Steve Asheim's father). The group's last live appearance took place on Friday, November 5 at at the Hard Club in Porto, Portugal, where the band reportedly performed for less than 45 minutes. ...

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GRAVE Announce Deal With Swedish Booking Agency

Legendary Swedish death metallers GRAVE have hooked up with the Swedish booking agency The Agency Group. "Sharing booking agency with such bands as ENTOMBED, THE HAUNTED, HELLFUELED, NASUM etc.. feels like an important and necessary step in the right direction," the band write on their web site. As previously reported, GRAVE are currently working on ...

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GRAVE To Embark On European Tour In January

Legendary Swedish death metallers GRAVE are currently working on a European tour, which is scheduled to start in early January 2005. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon. As previously reported, GRAVE will be supporting DEICIDE at the Stockholm stop of their European tour on November 16 at Mondo (Club Aggression). Other bands appearing ...

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GRAVE To Support DEICIDE In Stockholm

Legendary Swedish death metallers GRAVE will be supporting DEICIDE at the Stockholm stop of their European tour on November 16 at Mondo (Club Aggression). Other bands appearing on the bill are ARKHON INFAUSTUS and RELEVANT FEW. GRAVE's latest album, "Fiendish Regression", was released in August through Century Media Records. The group's sixth full-length effort was ...

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RELEVANT FEW To Support DEICIDE In Sweden

RELEVANT FEW, the Swedish grindcore band featuring bassist Robert Hakemo (KEROZENE, ex-GARDENIAN, GOOSEFLESH), will be supporting DEICIDE at the following dates in Sweden during November: Nov. 14 - Mejeriet – Lund, SWE Nov. 15 - Sticky Fingers - Gothenburg, SWE Nov. 16 - Mondo - Stockholm, SWE Nov. 21 - Club Monster - Gävle, SWE ...

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FUSE TV's 'Uranium' To Present Annual 'Viewers' Poll'

Fuse TV's metal show "Uranium" will be airing its annual one hour "Viewers' Poll" special this Friday night October 29 at 8:00 p.m. EST (5:00 p.m. PST). The "Viewers' Poll" is where "Uranium" gives the loyal metal fans a chance to have their opinions heard by voting on some of the most pertinent topics in ...

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DIMMU BORGIR Frontman: It's Time To Recharge The Batteries

DIMMU BORGIR frontman Shagrath recently spoke to Metal Edge magazine about the Norwegian black metal band's unprecedented commercial success and their participation in this year's Ozzfest festival. Several excerpts from the interview follow: Metal Edge: It must feel good to be considered the No. 1 black metal band in the world today. Shagrath: "Well, of ...

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KONKHRA: Putting 'Heavy' Back In Heavy Metal

Danish extreme metallers KONKHRA have issued the following update on their current activities: "We are ready to record the first 4-5 songs for the new album. This time we will record the songs as they get done, and next Friday we are entering Starstruck studio in Copenhagen to lay down the drums for these new ...

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VITAL REMAINS To Headline New York's DEATHTOBERFEST 2K4

VITAL REMAINS, featuring Glen Benton of DEICIDE, have been confirmed as the headliners of Deathtoberfest 2K4, set to take place on Saturday, October 23 at The Backstage in Woodmere, New York. Also scheduled to appear are MORTICIAN, AKERCOCKE, RITE OF DARKNESS (performing a special set in honor of BATHORY), VEHEMENCE, THE CHASM, DIMENTIANON, MANTICORE, GNOSIS, ...

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IMAGIKA Sign With MAUSOLEUM RECORDS

San Francisco power/thrash metallers IMAGIKA have signed a licensing deal with Mausoleum Records for the worldwide release of their fourth full-length album, "Devils on Both Sides", tentatively due in February 2005. Work on "Devils on Both Sides" began in early 2003, with producer Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DEICIDE) originally slated to handle the whole ...

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USURPER: 'Cryptobeast' Listening Party Announced

The new USURPER CD, entitled "Cryptobeast", won't be out on Earache Records until the early spring of 2005. While waiting for the pressing/layout/booklet and assorted necessities, the band wants to give some fans the chance to get an early preview. Here are the details. Saturday November 6, 2004 Delilah's 2771 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago IL ...

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ARKHON INFAUSTUS To Open For DEICIDE In Europe

French black/death metallers ARKHON INFAUSTUS have been confirmed as the opening act on DEICIDE's European tour beginning on October 29 in Hasselt, Belgium. Confirmed dates are as follows: Oct. 29 - Hasselt, BEL - Muziek-o-droom Oct. 30 - Seichamps, FRA - Tattoo The Mind @ Espace Culturel Oct. 31 - Haarlem, NETH - Patronaat Nov. ...

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