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Music Video: Incantation – “Invoked Infinity”

Posted by SeanB on Thursday, February 14, 2013 at 3:30 PM (PST)

incantationJust in time for Valentines Day comes the new video from Pennsylvania death metal band Incantation.  The video is for the song “Invoked Infinity” and comes from the band’s 2012 Listenable Records release Vanquish in Vengeance.  The video was filmed in an old-timey funeral home and should set the mood perfectly for you and your sweetie tonight.

Click right here to check out the video.

Incantation bassist Chuck Sherwood had the following to say about the video:

“The new video was filmed in an authentic turn of the century funeral home. Its concept is the ritual combination of three formulas/systems of magic. A personal interpretation of its results when evoked entities/elementals of these pantheons are brought within. Visually it culminates the essences of each elemental force, its earthbound entity and the ethereal. In the violent nature of the music, it’s only expanded in the creation and presentation of this video. Take what you will from it.”


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Acheron signs with Listenable Records

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, October 12, 2012 at 10:05 AM (PST)

Ohio black metal act Acheron have signed to Listenable Records. The band will be releasing their first album, Kult Des Hasses, since reuniting after a brief separation in 2010. Kult Des Hasses is a follow up to the bands 2009 The Final Conflict : Last Days of God.

Acheron have been together for over two decades and seem to have been displeased with their representation in the past. You can read comments by Acheron founder and frontman Vincent Crowley below:

“Acheron has been a thriving entity for many years now. We never got a proper push from any of our past labels to get to the next level. The band has received a lot of interest within the last year. When Listenable Records talked with me about signing ACHERON, I was indeed interested. The reason being is that he was a fan of Acheron a long time ago. He believes in our music and wants to finally give Acheron the push we deserve.’We are not just a band, we’re a fucking diabolic War Machine!'”

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Incantation unveils new album title

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, August 24, 2012 at 10:10 AM (PST)

IncantationPennsylvania death metal band Incantation have announced the title of their upcoming 8th studio album to be Vanquish in Vengeance. The album is set for release in November via Listenable Records and will be a follow up to the bands 2006 Primordial Domination.

You can read some quotes from the band here.

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Witchmaster announce tour dates with Azarath and Bulldozer

Posted by Ehrila on Thursday, May 26, 2011 at 1:05 PM (PST)

Polish black metal act Witchmaster has announced upcoming tour dates along with Bulldozer, Azarath, and Deus Mortem.

Click here for the tour dates.

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THORNAFIRE Band PictureChilean extreme metal act Thornafire have debuted their video for “Deconstruccion” off of their most recent album “”Vorex Deconstrucción.” The video comes nearly two years after the album’s release and was filmed, edited, and produced by Danile Duarte (Execrator). The bassist and vocalist for Thornafire, Alexis Munoz, described it as a “futuristic song inspired by the religious and social decline experienced in the current era Eon oh Hourus.”

“Vorex Deconstrucción” was released in July of 2009 on Ibex Moon Records.

Check out the new video here!

Goreaphobia To Release New Album

Posted by Christine on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 12:58 PM (PST)

Philadelphia’s Goreaphobia are currently putting the finishing touches on their new full-length titled “Apocalyptic Necromancy”, the band’s follow up to 2009’s “Mortal Repulsion” (Ibex Moon Records). “Apocalyptic Necromancy” was recorded, mixed and mastered by drummer Jim Roe and features new guitarist VJS (Kult ov Azazel, Crimson Moon, Demoncy, etc.).

Comments guitarist Alex Bouks of the band’s latest output: All of us in the Goreaphobia camp are real excited about finishing the new record. The new tunes will once again contain 1000% occult metal nihilism! The only way I can describe our new endeavor is that’s it’s very diverse and takes us back to the band’s roots. Jim has once again recorded and mixed the record at his home studio, Neanderthal. Apocalyptic Necromancy also marks the debut of our new guitar player VJS. There’s a highly positive and magical vibe for the band at the present time. For me, this record is a true progression from the song writing and production on Mortal Repulsion.We hope to have it out soon for all our long time and newer fans.

“Apocalyptic Necromancy” will be released later this year. Further details to be announced soon.

Goreaphobia line-up 2011:
Chris Gamble – Vocals/Bass
Alex Bouks – Guitars
Jim Roe – Drums
VJS – Guitar

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Acheron re-unite, set to resume work on new material

Posted by Tommy on Monday, December 27, 2010 at 10:38 AM (PST)

After more than half a year apart, Ohio Black/Death/Thrash Metal group Acheron have reunited, according to a statement released by founder/bassist/vocalist Vincent Crowley. The band separated in May, but have since been able to work out all the issues that existed between the band members.

Crowly writes,

“I really didn’t think I would do Acheron again. Before the band broke up I was working with a talented bunch of new musicians, but the vibe just wasn’t there. I couldn’t play without having that vibe. Now that almost everyone from the last studio lineup has agreed to work together again, I am totally on board and open to any ideas regarding this musical entity! I am happy as hell that we were able to put aside the unfortunate B.S. band politics/drama that sometimes can arise; hell, even worse when you’re not even sure why it even happens. Especially when Vince and I, who have been jamming together for 10 years and have been friends even longer, are able to continue to go forward. It is a great metal pleasure to announce that we are going to be able to play for the Acheron friends and fans and to continue working forward on the next piece of pure aggression that we call Acheron. Yes, we will be moving at our own pace, but the important issue is that we will be moving forward. Late last year we were working on new material and can’t wait to bust out the rehearsal tapes and start reviewing our next installment of Blasphemy and Apocalypse.”

The band has announced that they aren’t rushing into anything and are taking things a step at a time. The band’s latest album was a cover album titled “Tribute To The Devil’s Music,” released in 2003

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Fatalist announce joining Incantation “Hall of Fame” tour

Posted by Lucas Riot on Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 1:00 PM (PST)

Incantation, Fatalist, Hall of Fame tourVentura, California death metallers Fatalist have announced they will be performing 3 dates in late November with death metal titans Incantation for the “Hall of Fame” tour.  Funerus will also be joining the stage along with special guests in each city.  The short tour will visit Chicago, Illinois; Brooklyn, New York; and Cleveland, Ohio.  At the handful of special shows where Incantation will perform its classic debut album, “Onward To Golgotha”, in its entirety. The “Onward To Golgotha” dates are presented by Decibel magazine, which inducted the album into the publication’s “Hall Of Fame” in its February 2009 issue.

For a list of shows click here.

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Tour Video: Fatalist performs cover of “Beyond The Unholy Grave”

Posted by Lucas Riot on Monday, October 25, 2010 at 8:47 PM (PST)

FatalistAt a recent show on October 23rd in Las Vegas, Nevada, death metal act Fatalist finished up their set by performing a cover of the classic Death song “Beyond The Unholy Grave.”  The live performance at the Cheyenne Saloon was captured on video for your enjoyment. 

To view the video click here.

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Incantation Announce Hall of Fame Tour

Posted by Lucas Riot on Thursday, August 26, 2010 at 7:47 PM (PST)

IncantationVeteran U.S. death metal act Incantation has announced a handful of special shows where it will perform its classic debut album, “Onward To Golgotha”, in its entirety. The “Onward To Golgotha” dates are presented by Decibel magazine, which inducted the album into the publication’s “Hall Of Fame” in its February 2009 issue.

Originally released in 1991, “Onward To Golgotha” redefined the bounds of brutality and blasphemy for death metal and has long been heralded as one of the heaviest and most uncompromising metal albums in the world. Decibel also named “Onward…” one of the 20 best death metal albums of all time as well as one of the most important records in the genre.

Relapse Records will release a limited “Hall of Fame” edition vinyl version of “Onward To Golgotha” to coincide with these dates. The deluxe edition will be strictly limited to one pressing of 1,000 copies on colored vinyl and include an embroidered Incantation “Onward To Golgotha” patch and sticker.

To see the list of dates click here.

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