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Video round up: Converge, Black Anvil and claymation Clutch

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 3:10 PM (PST)

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Good stuff for you feral rock animals today. Check out some new AWLWLB related Converge visuals  (which actually help animals), a video made by a fan  (Curtis Hein) which is a claymation Clutch masterpiece plus a great new track from Black Anvil. The last one is just an official music track, but we’ll take it!

Click HERE to feast your eyes and hurt your ears.

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Black Anvil stay gnarly and “Hail Death”, Preorders available

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 1:03 PM (PST)
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New York-based black metal crew, BLACK ANVIL, is pleased to announce the long-anticipated release of their third full-length.

Blowing minds and eardrums since forming in 2007, BLACK ANVIL‘s aptly titled Hail Death

is their most epic and fully realized album to date. It’s one of those rare releases that not only stays true to the band’s roots but manages to transcend them in a way that works all of their seemingly disparate influences into an amalgam of heavy music that’s as original as it is earth-shaking. The sonic fury was captured at Magpie Cage by J. Robbins of Jawbox, who, although best known for recording punk and post-hardcore acts, perfectly understood the band’s creative vision.
“He’s got a really good style of making records and I knew he would understand that we wanted to make this sound live and organic as opposed to tight and compressed,” relays bassist/vocalist Paul Delaney, citing Kiss’ Destroyer and Metallica’s Master Of Puppets as inspiration. “I wanted it to be a little more rock ‘n’ roll sounding because I felt the songs were a little bigger and structured. It tells a story from beginning to end and the recording reflects that.” As such, the behemoth offering includes a bonus track: A BLACK ANVILed cover of “Under The Rose” from Kiss’ iconic ninth studio recording, The Elder.

 

Hail Death wasn’t an easy album to make and the band members’ personal turmoil is reflected in every frenzied moment of the album. “I went through a lot of stuff over the past year and it caused me to move and spend a year of my life in solitude,” Delaney says, explaining that for twelve months he would sit in his room and pour all of his energy and inner chaos into these songs. “This is our journey. I can honestly say that this is probably the most important thing I’ve ever done in my life, even if it never sees the light of day for some reason I’m insanely proud of it.”

Click HERE for track listing, Hail Death Teaser and to preorder.

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Marduk North American Tour Dates Announced

Posted by Christine on Friday, January 21, 2011 at 6:06 PM (PST)

MardukSweden’s Marduk are set to return to the U.S. for another round of live performances. The tour starts on May 27 at Maryland Deathfest in Baltimore and runs through a week’s worth of dates, closing on June 3 at Williamsburg Music Hall in Brooklyn, New York.

Support will be provided by Aura Noir, Black Anvil, Panzerfaust and HOD.

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Black Anvil debuts 3rd track from upcoming album “Triumvirate”

Posted by Lucas Riot on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 6:31 PM (PST)

Black Anvil - TriumvirateNew York City black metallers Black Anvil have debuted another track, “The Evil of All Roots,” from their upcoming album “Triumvirate.”  The song is available for streaming from stereogum.com.  To listen to the song click here.

The band has previously posted the tracks “Scalping” and “Dead And Left” from “Triumvirate” on the Black Anvil MySpace page.  Triumvirate is scheduled for a September 28th North American release date and is available for pre-order from the Relapse Records web store.

Black Anvil also recently announced they will be joining Watain and Goatwhore for a North American tour in November.

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