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Tagged: Metal Blade Records

Metal Blade to re-issue Neaera catalogue on vinyl

This month, Metal Blade Records will start re-issueing the Neaera catalogue chronologically on vinyl. The campaign kicks off with the first two albums ‘The Rising Tide Of Oblivion’ and ‘Let The Tempest Come’, both will be released June 28th right in time for the bands one-off show at the Vainstream Festival in Münster, Germany.

Exumer - Hostile Defiance

Exumer launches video for “King’s End”

Last month, legendary multinational thrash metallers Exumer released their fifth full-length, “Hostile Defiance”. Exumer have now launched a video for their latest hit single, “King’s End”. The idea behind the video is to visually pay homage to the look and visual aesthetics of the MTV/Headbanger’s Ball era clips from the late 80s and early 90s.

Vomitory to re-issue “Primal Massacre” and “Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize” on vinyl

As previously reported, Swedish Death Metal band Vomitory will make their only Swedish festival performance of 2019 at Gamrocken, taking place at Grängesbergs Folkets Park on 31/5-1/6. Metal Blade now announce that they will continue to re-issue the Vomitory catalogue on June 7th with brand new vinyl editions of “Primal Massacre” and “Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize”, two of the band’s biggest classics.

Hate - Auric Gates Of Veles

Hate launches new single, “Seventh Manvantara”

As previously reported here at Stargazed Magazine, Hate will release their 11th full-length, “Auric Gates of Veles”, via Metal Blade Records on June 14th. The band has now released the second single off the forthcoming album, “Seventh Manvantara”.

Tanith - In Another Time

Tanith reveals details for debut album

On May 24th, NYC’s Tanith will release their debut full-length, “In Another Time”, via Metal Blade Records. Taking their name from a character in the classic Hammer Horror “The Devil Rides Out”, Tanith play vintage hard rock that harks back to the glory days of Blue Oyster Cult, Thin Lizzy and Uriah Heep. For a preview of “In Another Time”, the album track “Citadel” is now available.

AntropomorphiA - Merciless Savagery

AntropomorphiA launch video for ‘Womb ov Thorns’

“‘Sermon Ov Wrath’ was our most raw and honest statement and an album where we transcended certain genre limitations, capturing the essence of AntropomorphiA, and I would say the new record’s atmosphere is darker, heavier and more punishing, but still has hooky riffs and grooves. I think it’s the logical step forward. It’s a different chapter, even more diverse while being very cohesive, but you can immediately hear it’s AntropomorphiA.”

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