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INCANTATION Announces 'Onward To Golgotha' Hall Of Fame Shows and Vinyl Repress

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Veteran 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 issue #52 (February 2009).

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. Additional release information will be posted via Relapse.com shortly.

INCANTATION "Onward To Golgotha" "Hall of Fame" shows with FUNERUS, FATALIST:

Nov. 19 - Chicago, IL - Reggie's Rock Club
Nov. 20 - New York, NY - Rebel (w/ MORTICIAN)
Nov. 21 - Cleveland, OH - Peabody's
http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=145016

Finally, a vinyl repress of the pinnacle of death metal. Also, that live show will be amazing.

So, are they bringing in Pillard for this?  Would he actually show up this time? 
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Veteran 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 Golgothadates are presented by Decibel magazine, which inducted the album into the publication's "Hall Of Fame" in issue #52 (February 2009).
 

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. Visit the Relapse Records Webstore for details or to order.
INCANTATION Hall Of Fame shows w/ FUNERUS & FATALIST

Nov. 19 - Chicago, IL - Reggie's Rock Club (w/ CARDIAC ARREST & EZURATE)
Nov. 20 - New York, NY - Rebel (w/ MORTICIAN)
Nov. 21 - Cleveland, OH - Peabody's

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Incantation-Official-fan-page/145898702095825
http://www.myspace.com/incantation
http://www.reverbnation.com/label/ibexmoonrecords
http://www.ibexmoonrecords.com

And the products...


Onward to Golgotha LP [NORTH AMERICA ONLY] $16
http://shop.relapse.com/store/product.aspx?ProductID=41213

Incantation / Onward to Golgotha LP + Onward T-Shirt Package [OVERSEAS ONLY] / Vinyl 12" $33.00
http://shop.relapse.com/store/product.aspx?ProductID=41225

Incantation / Onward to Golgotha LP + Onward T-Shirt Package [NORTH AMERICA ONLY] / Vinyl 12" $28.00
http://shop.relapse.com/store/product.aspx?ProductID=41224

I managed to catch the show in NYC. It was amazing live, they played it absolutely flawlessly.

However, they came in 2 hours late, and at that point the opening acts had left, aside from Mortician who still played and sucked.

The other problem was that their lateness forced Incantation to cut the album a song short.

Regardless, fantastic show.
"The traveler with empty pockets will sing in the thief 's face." - Juvenal

"We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses." - Carl Jung

"Time spent with cats is never wasted." - Sigmund Freud

I managed to catch the show in NYC. It amazing live, they played it absolutely flawlessly.

However, they came in 2 hours late, and at that point the opening acts had left, aside from Mortician who still played and sucked.

The other problem was that their lateness forced Incantation to cut the album a song short.

Regardless, fantastic show.

Funerus played then? How were they?

I'm really bummed I wasn't able to make the NYC date.
No.

Having reviewed the thread, baby Jesus is most definitely weeping at this point.

I managed to catch the show in NYC. It amazing live, they played it absolutely flawlessly.

However, they came in 2 hours late, and at that point the opening acts had left, aside from Mortician who still played and sucked.

The other problem was that their lateness forced Incantation to cut the album a song short.

Regardless, fantastic show.

Funerus played then? How were they?

I'm really bummed I wasn't able to make the NYC date.

Funerus didn't play actually. Neither did Fatalist. They were so strapped on time that Incantation had to pretty much jump in right after Mortician finished.

"The traveler with empty pockets will sing in the thief 's face." - Juvenal

"We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses." - Carl Jung

"Time spent with cats is never wasted." - Sigmund Freud

Someone dropped the logistics ball on this show in a huge way. Not sure of the wisdom on a "hall-of-fame" type show like this anyway with only one original member who played on the album left in the band(though two more were there in the crowd). Too bad for Funerus, etc.

This was a cool idea in theory...