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Music Video: Haemorrhage “Traumageddon”

Posted by Fireball13 on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at 4:16 PM (PST)

Spanish extreme metallers Haemorrhage have posted their video for “Traumageddon” off their new album “Hospital Carnage.” The album was released in May 2011 via Relapse Records.

You can check out the video here.

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Cover Art of the Week Winner: Haemorrhage – “Hospital Carnage”

Posted by JDKleinhans on Wednesday, June 1, 2011 at 8:24 AM (PST)

Congratulations to last week’s Cover Art of the Week Winner, Haemorrhage. “Hospital Carnage” (Relapse) never looked back as they won with an amzazing 54% of they vote.

The band’s guitarist Luisma (and illustrator of the cover art) passed along the following: “I never expected my art could win anything as is gory and disgusting. I wanted to get a “cartoonish” look for this cover. My intention was the doctor image would be like a super-hero in Marvel style. Its a big contradiction as he’s evil in some way. Thanks to everyone that voted for my artwork.”

The polls are now open for this week’s Cover Art of the Week featuring Autopsy, Dark Castle, and three other metal friends.

Voting is also open for March’s Cover Art of the Month where  Across The Sun, Amon Amarth, Born Of Osiris, Children Of Bodom, and Grayceon are going at it.

For a complete list of all the winners  and nominees so far, head on over here.

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Album Review: Haemorrhage – “Hospital Carnage”

Posted by Allred on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at 11:42 AM (PST)

Attention: If you do not like Carcass then you might as well stop reading this right now…

Those of you that have continued on will be glad to know that Madrid’s favorite musical pathologists have returned with a brand new album, “Hospital Carnage”, their first with Relapse records. If you have never heard Haemorrhage, the only apt and needed reference to truly be given is Carcass. To be specific, the “Symphonies of Sickness” and “Necroticism – Descanting the Insalubrious” era of Carcass. The goregrind of Haemorrhage is nothing less and unfortunately nothing really more than what could be described as a long lost Carcass album, or maybe b-sides to both the previously mentioned “Symphonies” and “Necroticism” albums.

Get the rest of the carnage breakdown here.