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Impiety take a really metal picture

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 1:17 AM (PST)

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Impiety posted this shot on their Facebook and it is extremely metal. That is all.


Funeral Pyres Upon Bangalore, INDIA – Feb 2014

Photo by Sandesh Shenoy

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Singapore’s own blackened death warbeast Impiety have announced the release of their 8th studio album called Ravage & Conquer.  It will be released April 2, 2012 in Europe and May 8, 2012 in the states on Pulverised Records.

The album was reportedly written, recorded, mixed and mastered in two weeks time, and the album artwork was done by Thai graphic illustrator Lord Sickness (Sabbat, Witchaven, Zygoatsis, etc).

You can see a statement from Pulverised records along with the track list and larger artwork here.

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Impiety announce “Vomit Chaos Upon America Tour 2011”

Posted by katstat on Monday, October 3, 2011 at 2:50 PM (PST)

Pulverised Records has just announced the “Vomit Chaos Upon America Tour 2011” featuring Singapore-based black metallers, Impiety. The tour will kick off next Thursday, the 13th of October, and end on the 26th of November, spanning the United States and parts of Canada and even Mexico. It will be a tour not to miss, so click here to check out the dates now.

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Singapore black metallers Impiety have posted their new song “Advent Of The Nuclear Baphomet” on their MySpace page and you can check it out right here. “Advent Of The Nuclear Baphomet” is off the band’s EP “Advent Of…” which was released on February 15, 2011 via Pulverised Records.

The band’s last full-length album was “Worshippers Of The Seventh Tyranny” which was released January 24, 2011 via Agonia Records.

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Impiety’s “Skullfucking Armageddon” remastered

Posted by BlairWaterous on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 10:18 AM (PST)

Singaporean black metal band, Impiety, is set to release a newly Remastered “Skullfucking Armageddon”. The album was the bands second Studio album released back in 1999 via Dies Irae Records.

The Remastered version is set to release June 24 via Agonia Records.

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Impiety sign to Pulverised Records

Posted by NichTheHair on Friday, April 29, 2011 at 1:18 PM (PST)

Pulverised Records is proud to announce the official signing with the infamous black death warmachine Impiety for their upcoming eighth full length album. The band, which has had a history of 21 over years, stands a champion of the underworld having released crushing albums and triumphed great tours over years of its infernal dominion, pushing boundaries with every great release the band has put forward from inception till this day.

“The best of Impiety has yet to come…” says warlord Shyaithan, concerning the signing. “Writing the upcoming storm serves as a greater challenge to myself and all previous endeavors. One thing definitely to expect is that this new full-length album will hammer you 10 times harder than all previous revelations. Blood and Chaos shall dominate but Lightning Death it’s ultimate crowning glory…”.

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Interview: Impiety- Worship Total Tyranny

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 3:22 PM (PST)

The “Barbarian Black Horde”, mighty IMPIETY are not only Singapore’s most bad ass metal warlords of blackened destruction, but one of the most evil and legendary underground bands in metal. Band mastermind and prolific cult leader Shyaithan is adept at bass, vocals and guitars but also is lightning fast when it comes to hysterical, bad ass one liners and tidbits of awesome worldly wisdom.

Impiety demonstrate their myriad skills to the fullest on their new release WORSHIPPERS OF THE SEVENTH TYRANNY, an epic long player up there in awesomeness with Ufomammut’s recent totally crushing EVE (though much different). WORSHIPPERS is a groundbreaking, masterful and demonic guided tour of hell. You’ll buy the ticket and take the ride but want to go again and again depsite the intensity! Few bands can match the level of bad ass that Impiety exhude on a daily basis. Yeah!!!

Read the Metal Riot interview (re: their storied career as well as the recent Japan crisis) with the defiant riff veteran Shyaithan HERE .

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