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Aborted release ‘Termination Redux’ EP

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, January 15, 2016 at 11:31 AM (PST)

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Belgian death metallers Aborted have released their latest EP Termination Redux.

Termination Redux is the latest release after 2014’s The Necrotic Manifesto, the band’s eighth full-length studio album.

Check out the Termination Redux tracklist, the lyric video for “Vestal Disfigurement Upon The Sacred Chantry” and Aborted’s European tour dates here.

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Kataklysm release new song “The Black Sheep”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 8:09 AM (PST)

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Canadian death metallers Kataklysm have released a new song “The Black Sheep”.

“The Black Sheep” comes off of the band’s forthcoming album Of Ghosts and Gods which is due out on July 31 via Nuclear Blast Records.

Check out the video for “The Black Sheep” here.

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Kataklysm drop “Fire” lyric video

Posted by GageT on Monday, December 2, 2013 at 10:51 AM (PST)

Kataklysm-Waiting-For-The-End-To-ComeMontreal headbangers Kataklysm have released a lyric video for their song “Fire.” The track was the opener to their latest album, Waiting for the End to Come, which came out at the very end of October via Nuclear Blast.

To check out the video, click here.

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Kataklysm release new album title: “Waiting for the End to Come”

Posted by GageT on Friday, April 5, 2013 at 7:50 AM (PST)

kataklysm_logoMontreal death metal staple Kataklysm just announced the title for their upcoming album. Three years in the making, Waiting for the End to Come is tentatively scheduled for a late 2013/early 2014 release. As we previously reported, Chris “Zeuss” Harris (who has worked with people like Suffocation and Arsis) will be mixing the record. The band is scheduled to enter JFD studio in June/July.

Vocalist Maurizio Iacono had this to say:

“Well it’s been a seriously busy ride since our last album Heaven’s Venom was released over 3 years ago. From a successful world headlining run, to Ozzfest, into a recap of our 20 years as band with the Iron Will DVD. We’ve been writing in a very humble fashion behind the scenes for the last six months. It’s time to take Kataklysm to higher levels and dig deep into our capacities as musicians and songwriters. We know exactly what we have to do, that’s why we have taken our time and why we’ll be taking most of the Summer to complete the new album. The record will deal lyrically with mortality and the purpose of one’s being on this earth. The moment we are born we start to die. It’s a sort of deal we make with life, and with that I title the new Kataklysm album Waiting for the End to Come.”

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Kataklysm hires Zeuss to produce upcoming album

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, January 11, 2013 at 9:49 AM (PST)

Canadian metal band Kataklysm have hired producer/engineer Chris “Zeuss” Harris (Hatebreed, Suffocation, Chimaria, All That Remains) to mix and master their upcoming album. The band is set to enter JFD Studio in June/July.

You can read comments from the band and Zeuss here.

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Montreal extreme metal masters Kataklysm have revealed more details on their forthcoming DVD release titled, Iron Will: 20 Years Determined.  We now have a full track listing for DVD which is scheduled for a July 3, 2012 Nuclear Blast release.  It is set to feature a documentary on the ups and downs of the band’s long career as well as plenty of live footage and a best of CD.  The band even recorded a brand new song and music video to go along with it called, you guessed it, “Iron Will.”

To see the complete track listing click here.  You can also check out the video for the new song “Iron Will” right here.

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Music Video: Kataklysm – “Iron Will”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 7:32 AM (PST)

Motral based metalheads Kataklysm have released a video for the recently recorded song “Iron Will”  The song was recorded for their upcoming DVD release titled The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined.  To check out the video for “Iron Will” click here.

The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined will be released June 19, 2012 via Nuclear Blast and will feature a documentary catalouging the ups and downs of Kataklysm’s long career along with live footage from 2011’s Summer Breeze Festival.

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Kataklysm reveals cover and trailer for new DVD “The Iron Will”

Posted by metalrocker on Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 6:00 PM (PST)

Montreal metal band Kataklysm will release a multidisc DVD this Spring entitled “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined”, which features a documentary and bonus CD materials. The set will depict the ups and downs of the band’s career, as well as footage of Kataklysm’s performance at last year’s Summer Breeze festival, which took place August 18-20, 2011 in Dinkelsbühl, Germany. The cover art for the release was created by artist Colin Marks.

Check out the second teaser for the upcoming release here

Kataklysm also recently recorded the single “The Iron Will” in Montreal, Canada with guitarist/producer Jean-François Dagenais. It will be made available with a video clip on iTunes one month before the release of “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined”.

You can also watch the video clip for the song “At the Edge of the World” here. The footage was taken from the bands hometown show at Club Soda in Montreal, which was part of their recent “Spread the Venom” headlining world tour. “At the Edge of the World” comes from the bands latest album “Heaven’s Venom.”

Kataklysm’s new album “Heaven’s Venom” was released on August 24th 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records.

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Marduk Joins Hatefest Extreme Tour 2011

Posted by JDKleinhans on Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at 9:23 AM (PST)

Sweden’s black metal artists Marduk have announced that they will participate on the Hatefest Extreme Tour 2011 this coming December. Featuring Triptykon, Kataklysm among others, the festival package will also be appearing at the Eindhoven Metal Meeting during its December trek. There will be 17 dates of the blackest hate delivered by the Panzer Division known as Marduk, who will be entering the studio to begin the recording of their 12th studio album at the end of the tour.

Get the full list of Hatefest dates here.

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Canadian Death Metal band Kataklysm have posted an update regarding a new single titled “The Iron Will,” which will be released prior to the release of their upcoming documentary DVD “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined”

The song was recorded last week and will be mixed this Fall. It will be released on iTunes a month before “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined” DVD is released in Spring 2012 via Nuclear Blast Records.

The band also announced that they will be participating in a couple of Summer festivals in Europe. You can catch the band at the famous WACKEN Open Air this August, at the BRUTAL ASSAULT festival in Czech Republic, as well as at METAL MEAN Open Air in Belgium, and  lastly playing their very anticipated 20th Anniversary show at SUMMER BREEZE Open Air in Germany.

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Kataklysm “At The Edge Of The World” video released

Posted by Josh on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 4:45 PM (PST)

Canadian Death Metal band Kataklysm released a live video for the song “At The Edge Of The World” today. The video was filmed on March 20th in the band’s hometown at Club Soda. This concert was also marked as the end of the group’s “Spread the Venom” European/North American tour. The video directed by Tommy Jones, who is also working  on the band’s upcoming documentary DVD, “The Iron Will” 20 Years Determined”.

To see the video click here.

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Album review: Kataklysm – “Heaven’s Venom”

Posted by Allred on Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 12:50 AM (PST)

“…..you ain’t ever gonna be able to hit harder than life…” These are some of the words spoken form the opening track of Kataklysm‘s latest album, “Heaven’s Venom.” While life might be the hard hitting champ, these French-Canadian hyperblasters can surely run a close second. In fact hard hitting could very accurately describe Kataklysm’s entire discography.

After the intro from the Rocky Balboa movie the band rips right into “A Soulless God.” A great track that really captures Kataklysm doing what they do best, mixing catchy grooves and tempos with a dash of melody and enough dynamic variety to fend off any boredom, and doing it all with an instantly recognizable sound. Even though the band are not quite the hyperblasters that they used to be, there are still plenty of rolling blasts thrown into this song as well as all the others to satisfy lovers of the blast-beat. In fact this is arguably the best album since 2001’s “Shadows & Dust.”

The problem is that the band has pretty much been side stepping in their progression since “Shadow’s & Dust.” While you could very easily apply the old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality to this, it really starts to put the band in a formulaic state. If you are a Katakylsm die hard then this obviously will not matter to you, but if you are one of the fence sitters when it comes to Kataklysm, this record will do nothing to win you over.

The production is top notch once again, showing that guitarist J. F. Dagenais knows what he is doing behind the mixing board. The musicianship is excellent as always and Maurizio Iacono’s vocals are as seething as ever, even though it seems that his high ends do not pack the punch that they once did on past albums. The songs are all better than average quality with the standouts being the aforementioned “A Soulless God,” which actually reminds me alot of “Hypocrisy” with it’s balance of brutality and melody; “Hail the Renegade,” with it’s dynamics and variety and a nice JFK quote thrown in for good measure, and the album’s last three tracks. In fact the last three are my personal favorites from “Heaven’s Venom.” “At the Edge of the World” packs in some terrific melodies, “Suicidal River” straight up brings to mind Amon Amarth, which is never a bad thing, and “Blind Saviour” comes in as the album’s slowest track but is extremely appealing in it’s nature.

Wrap all of this up in a nice digipack release from Nuclear Blast, complete with high end glossy packaging (even though the cover art/band’s mascot is played out) and what you have is a really good, satisfying, safe album. Recommended for Kataklysm die hards and any other metalheads that do not own the band’s last three albums.

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Kataklysm Guitarist Talks Metal in Video Interview

Posted by jillettinger on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 12:44 PM (PST)

MetalTitans.com’s, Char Tupper, sat down with Kataklysm guitarist, Jean-Francois Dagenais, on March 5, 2011 at Studio 7 in Seattle, Washington.

The band is in the process of putting together a 20th-anniversary DVD, “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined.”

The documentary will trace back to the band’s inception in 1991 and travel forward in time through the band’s journey over the last two decades. Also featured on the DVD will be interviews and live performances.

Watch the full Dagenais interview here

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Kataklysm announce European headlining tour dates

Posted by Tommy on Monday, February 28, 2011 at 9:36 AM (PST)

Canadian Death Metal band Kataklysm have announced the dates for their upcoming European headlining tour. The “Spread The Venom tour (Europe Part 2)” will begin mid-May and end in early June. Click here for the tour dates.

The band will be releasing a DVD titled “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined that will celebrate the band’s 20th anniversary. It will be released through Nuclear Blast Records.

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Kataklysm announces new DVD “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined”

Posted by Josh on Tuesday, February 15, 2011 at 2:24 PM (PST)

KataklysmCanadian Death Metal band Kataklysm announced details on their new DVD “The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined.” This album will celebrate the bands 20th anniversary, and will be released through Nuclear Blast Records.  The DVD will also include interviews with a wide range of characters, including the band’s infamous first frontman Sylvain Houde, who sang on the first three Kataklysm albums: The Mystical Gate of Reincarnation (1993), Sorcery (1996), and Temple of Knowledge (1999).

To see what frontman Maurizio Iacono had to say click here.

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