Immortal drummer Horgh has finished tracking the drums for the upcoming Immortal album with Demonaz back as the primary songwriter for the first time since Blizzard Beasts according to the Immortal Facebook page:
Morbid Angel (Trey Azagthoth and Steve Tucker) have finally found a new drummer: Scott Fuller of Annihilated and Abysmal Dawn. Instead of Morrisound, the band is currently recording a new album with Erik Rutan (Hate Eternal) at his Mana Studios and the drum tracks have been laid down. Expect digital, plastic sounding sterility.
Immortal are recording a new album next month. Demonaz will be the primary songwriting for the first time in almost twenty years. Will the KISS of All Shall Fall continue with Abbath kicked out of the band for refusing to kick drinking and drugs? Will Demonaz continue from March of the Norse or Blizzard Beasts? Let’s find out!
New Zealand war metal band Heresiarch are set to record a new album in February of next year according to a recent post of the band’s in the Nuclear War Now! Productions forum. Death Ordinance will be released by Dark Descend Records.
Suffocation entered the studio last weekend to start recording their new album. Hopefully it will be better than Pinnacle of Bedlam and the drum tracks will not be EZdrummer samples. After their comeback, the Long Island brutal death metal legends have notoriously rehashed their past riffs with new melodic fills in simpler speed metal structures.
Democratic Party shilling and identity politics peddling newspaper the New York Times labeled Varg Vikernes of Burzum as “alt-right” in yet another social justice warring piece whining about Donald Trump’s triumph. “Alt-right” has seemingly become a new scarlet letter for neoliberal propagandists to paint their conservative opponents who aren’t the Republican Party’s traditional Christian and business interest constituents. Modern leftists can never appeal to the competent, gainfully employed, and rational so they must constantly invent new slurs to slander those who see straight through the thin veneer of the liberal social narrative plastered over urban societal rot.
Metal — in any meaningful version of the word — has been dead for twenty years, but the death keeps accelerating, as if trying to achieve absolute zero of interest for people with souls. This has prompted a number of long-standing metal bands to explore hybrid genres, so they can carry on the spirit of metal in another form.
Darren Cesca has joined Deeds of Flesh to drum on their upcoming, yet untitled album according to a press release by the band. Darren is “a killer drummer” according to Deeds of Flesh.
Dismember announced on their Facebook page that their first official shirts in almost a decade will be available for purchase Sunday on their BigCartel store that seemingly hasn’t been made yet. The shirt design is brand new and features the cover of their 1988 Dismembered demo.