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Terra Relicta Top 20 Of 2014

01. The Birthday Massacre - Superstition
02. Aeon Sable
- Visionaers
03. NFD -
Waking The Dead
04. Whispers In The Shadow -
Beyond The Cycles Of Time
05. Order Of Isaz -
Seven Years Of Famine     
06. Saigon Blue Rain -
What I Don't See
07. Kalt -
The Invisible    
08. Merciful Nuns -
Meteora VII   
09. Alcest
- Shelter          
10. The Stompcrash -
Love From Hell


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MEGAHERZ – Announce New Set Of Live Dates For Germany

Zombie hunters, also known as NDH masters Megaherz, have announced a set of new dates, which will all take place in their homeland Germany. After the successful release of Zombieland (you can still read our review over HERE). Check out the dates and venues below and see for yourself if you can catch them live. Link

Megaherz live dates:
12.03.2015 DE - Siegburg / Kubana
13.03.2015 DE – Lüdenscheid / Rocknacht Lüdenscheid
09.04.2015 DE – Oberhausen / Kulttempel
10.04.2015 DE - Kaiserslautern / Kammgarn
26.04.2015 DE - Saarbrücken / Garage
15.05.2015 DE – Schafflund / Wallsbüll Open Air
04.-06.06.15 DE - Geiselwind / Out & Loud Festival
09.-12.07.2015 DE - Rieden-Kreuth / G.O.N.D Festival
12.08.2015 DE – Dinkelsbühl / Summer Breeze Festival

SATYRICON - Announce Support Acts For The Upcoming Live Shows

Black metal duet Satyricon, who are heading for the so called The Dawn Of A New Age 2015 tour, which will start in April have announced Oslo Faenskap and Vredehammer as their supporting bands. As Satyricon has always supported the Norwegian underground scene, they decided to bring two potent new Norwegian bands our with them in April. Oslo Faenskap is a young band signed to Indie Recording. Their self released album Give Credits Where Credits Is Due, was produced by Anders Odden (Cadaver, Magenta, Order, Satyricon) and in case you missed it, you can still read our interview with Mr. Odden over HERE. This album got the attention of Indie Recordings, and they are currently working on their record label debut. They have supported various acts such as Mayhem, Kvelertak, Avenged Sevenfold and Satyricon gigs in Norway. They mix all kinds of metal into their own blend and bring on a potent live show. Vredehammer is fronted by Per Valla who has been involved with various extreme metal bands in the past such as Allfader and Elite. Their latest album, Vinteroffer, was nominated in the best metal album category at the Norwegian Spellemannprisen this year. They have one foot in the old school and one in the modern extreme metal category. Intrigued? Check out over HERE the live dates and venues for the tour and see if you can catch this bombastic trio live. Link

COAL CHAMBER - Track From Upcoming Album Premiered Online

The reactivated legends Coal Chamber, who will release their new album, Rivals, on 19th May in North America and on 25th May In Europe via Napalm Records (more album details over HERE), have premiered the first track out of the album. Listen to the "I.O.U. Nothing" in the Soundcloud player at this location. In support of Rivals, Coal Chamber will be on a North Americanh and European headline tour in the coming months. Check the dates HERE and HERE. The band as well released some kind of Webisodes for the upcoming album here: Webisode #1, Webisode #2 and Webisode #3. Link

MOONSPELL – Video For The Song "Extinct" Released

Portuguese gothic metallers Moonspell, who are just days away before their 11th studio album Extinct hits the shelves, have decided to rise the temperature even a bit higher and released a video clip for the title song "Extinct". You can watch the video below and read our review of Extinct over HERE. Link

THURISAZ - New Single And Details Of Upcoming Album Revealed

Belgian atmospheric doom metallers Thurisaz will release their fourth full-length album, The Pulse Of Mourning, on 31st March via Sleaszy Rider Records. The cover artwork was created by bandmember Mattias Theuwen in cooperation with Jeroen Mylle (Amenra) and can be seen below. The new single "Patterns Of Life" can now be streamed below.
The band has the following to say about "Patterns Of Life": "Patterns Of Life was the first song written for The Pulse Of Mourning. The main riff has been around for 2 years but until now the song remained unfinished. It has all the key elements of Thurisaz: diversity, agressivity and beauty." And they added some words also about the new album: "The Pulse of Mourning is a logical next step for Thurisaz after 2011's The Cimmerian Years, but also a return to the rawness of 2007's Circadian Rhythm. Once again we tried to create a very diverse album in which the many aspects of desillusion and bitterness are passing by." The Pulse Of Mourning was produced by the band's guitarist Peter Theuwen together with Nik Mettez and Kris Belaen at the CCR studios in Zulte and mastered at the Tailor Maid Studio. In case that you've missed it, earlier this year Thurisaz released Thurisaz: Live & Acoustic. The CD/DVD was recorded and filmed in front of a live audience and with a string-ensemble on the 1st of March 2014 at a sold-out show in 'GC Forum' in Wervik, the band's hometown. Thurisaz: Live & Acoustic was released on 30th January through Sleaszy Rider Records (more details were previously posted over HERE). Link

The Pulse Of Mourning tracklist:
01. Longing...
02. ...For A Change
03. Patterns Of Life
04. Tangram
05. Rays Of Light
06. One Final Step
07. Enslaved Dreams
08. In All Remembrance
09. Stargaze

KATATONIA - Clip From The Upcoming Concert Film Revealed

The Swedish masters of melancholic and atmospheric rock/metal, Katatonia, just revealed a clip for the track "Day" (originally featured on bands seminal 1996 album Brave Murder Day), taken from their upcoming concert film, Sanctitude, which will be released on 30th March in Europe and the next day in North America via Kscope on Blu-ray, CD and DVD, double vinyl and download formats (more details over HERE).
Guitarist Anders Nyström commented about the revealed track: "Day… something you wake up to, or at least have to pull through, over and over. Most of them you forget about, but a couple you maybe look back upon and wish to relive again. Unfortunately in reality, I'm afraid that's not possible, at least not until Apple buys NASA and releases a new version of their Time Capsule backup machine and send people into the cloud and back into history to fetch an older version of their lives, but luckily for us, there's a current control of our music that doesn't need time travel. We have always felt that if there's a need, we're entitled to the freedom to give our old songs a makeover in the now rather than the never. So, in the making of Sanctitude there was one song in particular that meant a great deal to us. In fact, it was our first song ever to feature entirely clean vocals accompanied by clean guitars and it was written and released right in the peak of our death metal years. The song stood out, but isolated itself into oblivion in the climate of heavier music. Therefore we wanted this song to get a second chance, to be re-discovered. Even 20 years later when performing it live for the first time, it appears the parks are still grey and look the same…". Enjoy in the new, live version of the track "Day" filmed at London’s Union Chapel. Link

More news: Here

Album of the month - January 2015

Band: Marilyn Manson
Album title: The Pale Emperor
Release date: 20 January 2015   
Label: Cooking Vinyl/Hell, etc.

Band: Enshine
Album title: Origin
Release date: 15 May 2013
Label: Rain Without End Records/Naturmacht Productions - See more at:
Band: Hanging Garden
Album title: At Every Door
Release date: 21 January 2013
Label: Lifeforce Records - See more at:
Band: Hanging Garden
Album title: At Every Door
Release date: 21 January 2013
Label: Lifeforce Records - See more at:
Band: Hanging Garden
Album title: At Every Door
Release date: 21 January 2013
Label: Lifeforce Records - See more at:
Band: Hanging Garden
Album title: At Every Door
Release date: 21 January 2013
Label: Lifeforce Records - See more at:
Band: Enshine
Album title: Origin
Release date: 15 May 2013
Label: Rain Without End Records/Naturmacht Productions - See more at:

Antichrist superstar is no more. This is the era of the pale emperor. Marilyn Manson has slowly been stripping down the dense, industrial effects of his music through the 2010's and The Pale Emperor is as bare naked as it gets. He grew older, he matured and more than his art the media and the public seemed to be interested in his personal live and enjoy every single gossip of his failed marriage. The Pale Emperor is undoubtedly Marilyn Manson's best work since 2000's Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death), without a shadow (which may or may not be the one of the valley of death) of doubt. Touching the themes of mortality, violence, religion, war and of course, inner struggles. If Manson may have lost his focus in the past few years, he is clearly on the right track again. With this release he has stripped himself to the bone and exposed his most inner shadows in the limelight as never before. Even though this album is a twist from his trademark sound, it delivers massive sharpness, in-your-face attitude and fearless edge; everything we love and fear when it comes to Marilyn Manson.

Read a review: Here

Video of the week

Lyronian - Crisis

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