Technical death metal pioneers DEEDS OF FLESH return after a seven year hiatus with their 9th studio album Nucleus, set for release via Unique Leader Records on 11th December 2020 (Vinyl release 15th January 2021). The band's first release since the tragic passing of guitarist / vocalist and Unique Leader founder Erik Lindmark, who lost a battle with sclerosis in 2018, Nucleus features guest performances some of the biggest names in extreme metal to celebrate his life and contribution to metal. Vocalist Jacoby Kingston is joined by members of Pathology, Gorguts, Dying Fetus, Submerged, Decrepit Birth and more. With a mix of the old and new style of DEEDS OF FLESH writing, this album is the completion of a story that began with Of What's to Come (2008) and ran through Portals to Canaan (2013). The music was written by Erik Lindmark (RIP), Craig Peters, Ivan Munguia and Darren Cesca, and had been recorded and partially mixed for almost four years. When Erik Lindmark passed in 2018, vocalist Jacoby Kingston came out of retirement to help finish the album. Alongside long-time drummer Mike Hamilton, they finished the story arc, wrote the lyrics and made the vocal arrangements for Nucleus.
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Rhode Island metallers Howl have released a brand new music video for their single “Demonic.” The song comes from their brand new album Bloodlines, which came out last week with Relapse Records. Recording was taken care of at Planet Z Studio in Hadley, Massachusetts with Chris “Zeuss” Harris behind the controls.
Bloodlines is Howl’s second full length album and the follow up to 2010’s Full Of Hell. When asked about the album, Howl commented, “Bloodlines is the child of sweet southern riffs and a dirty gorilla with big dirty gorilla balls.”
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Rhode Island doom metallers, Howl, have announced they have entered Planet-Z Recordings with producer Zeuss to begin work on their sophomore album. Zeuss will also be in charge of mixing and mastering the album as well and the band will release more information on the new album soon. Vocalist and guitarist Vincent Hausman has also stated:
“This is the meanest and heaviest thing we’ve ever done, and we feel like the songwriting is a big step forward since ‘Full Of Hell’. We’re super psyched to team up with Zeuss, because we feel like he’ll properly capture this monster of a record.”
The new album is expected to be released in Fall 2012 through Relapse Records.Add to My Radar
Rhode Island doom metallers, Howl, have announce the dates for a mini-tour in the United States. The tour will last from November 4th through November 20th and they will play in six different states.
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The band’s newest album “Full Of Hell,” was released in May 2010 through Relapse Records.Add to My Radar
Relapse Records released Howl‘s new album entitled Full of Hell on May 11th, 2010 to great reviews, including Decibel giving it a 9/10 and calling it “a well-oiled machine, one that pummels like Mastodon, Melvins, and Sabbath.”
The band is finally unveiling the bloody, disgusting video for “Heavenless” on, well, Bloody-Disgusting.com.
Stream the entire new album here and keep a look out for this rising band when they record again later this year.Add to My Radar
Rhode Island doomsters, Howl, just finished playing the Metalalliance tour alongside Saint Vitus, Crowbar and Kylesa in Los Angeles this past week. But good news for those who didn’t catch them on that tour; Howl have decided to work their way back to the East Coast through a couple of shows, one of which will be free.
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