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Metal / New Asphyx album: "Deathhammer".
« on: January 15, 2011, 07:04:16 PM »
"Asphyx is currently working on songs for the upcoming "Deathhammer" album. In Januari Asphyx will enter the Sonic Assault studio again to record the first 4 tracks together with their soundengineer Frank Klein Douwel..."

Full story on their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/officialasphyx

Metal / Sorcier Des Glaces announces 3 new albums for 2011.
« on: December 15, 2010, 10:30:21 AM »
"Expect the three releases to be total cold primitive music! In our opinion
far better than everything we have done in the past (Snowland in 1997 and
Moonrise in Total Darkness in 1999). Everything gets darker, colder,
primal.... engulfed in a sombre melancholic atmosphere. Some riffs are very
old, composed even before our first album!"

Read the full story here.

« on: November 20, 2010, 07:50:00 AM »

« on: October 13, 2010, 11:30:10 AM »
2 new fragments uploaded for album 2010 "Ales Stenar".

Lord Wind player

« on: September 23, 2010, 07:41:39 AM »
"Uploaded one fragment of new song for album 2010 "Ales Stenar"

Lord Wind player at Reverbnation

Metal / Re: Post-INRI Sarcofago
« on: September 10, 2010, 07:29:18 AM »
The style change was a common denominator in most proto/death-black metal bands from Brasil, in 1989/1990
Sarcófago, Vulcano, Mutilator, Dorsal Atlântica, etc. changed skin for 3rd time (many started as heavy metal) and just like Slayer was a main influence for this bands in early/mid 80´s, Metallica´s popularity and the arose of bands like Testament changed things.

Metal / Re: Any nature-folk albums as good as Weiland and Kveldssanger?
« on: September 10, 2010, 06:46:50 AM »
My bad.

Here: www.metalunion.org

Metal / Re: AVERSE SEFIRA announce album five in progress
« on: August 20, 2010, 11:09:16 AM »
"The single most popular question these days is "When is the next album?" The good news is that album 5 is beginning to take root, but we are not going to rush it. Traditionally, we've only issued a new album every three years so by our reckoning we are on schedule. It has to be right, now more than ever".

Averse Sefira´s blog

Metal / Re: Any nature-folk albums as good as Weiland and Kveldssanger?
« on: August 18, 2010, 06:45:33 AM »
Nest - Trail Of The Unwary

"The core of Nest's music is the kantele, a traditional Finnish string instrument that originates from over 2000 years ago. It belongs to the class of horizontal harps and usually has five to twelve strings, sometimes even thirty or more. A fifteen stringed version is used in Nest, since it still has that quite rough ancient sound which the ones designed for classical music (with 30 or more strings) lack".

Read more here.

Pass is: www.metalunion.org

Metal / "Live Death Doom" new Asphyx DVD/CD
« on: July 23, 2010, 11:54:21 AM »

"Live Death Doom", the new DVD and double CD from the reformed Dutch death metal outfit ASPHYX, will be released through Century Media Records on the following dates:

Germany, Austria, Switzerland: Friday, August 27
Spain, Italy : Tuesday, August 31
Sweden, Finland, Hungary: Wednesday, September 1
Rest Of Europe: Monday, August 30

With a total playing time of approximayely 225 minutes, "Live Death Doom" will contain ASPHYX's two-hour-plus July 4, 2009 performance in Essen, Germany as well as a one-hour-plus documentary about the history of ASPHYX and "tons of krushing additional bonus material. The main live show's audio (which is the same as the CD content) was mixed and mastered by producer Dan Swanö (BLOODBATH, EDGE OF SANITY), who had previously worked with ASPHYX on the band's 2009 comeback album, "Death...The Brutal Way". The glorious "Live Death Doom" old-school artwork was created by Axel Hermann, who was also responsible for the artwork on the group's classic 1990s releases. The DVD was coordinated and edited by Oliver "Bomber" Barth.

Full story here:

Watch trailer here:

More details here (includes tracklists - website is in spanish):

Metal / Re: Piano metal
« on: February 10, 2010, 04:19:12 AM »
Nachgeblüt, black metal/neoclassical from Argentina:

 Set of piano variations after Burzum's 'Balferd Baldrs':

Metal / Eric Daniels starts new project - The Company Of Undertakers
« on: January 12, 2010, 06:29:05 AM »
After 8 years of doing nothing in music, to get a grasp back to life, got a rehab from my addiction to sleeping pills, talked with psychiatrists and psychologists, got an mental coach for 1,5 years, result: I simply can't live without making music, that's why it feels like reborn to pick up that piece of wood with 6 strings again. With the most imagineable energy and inspiration right now I am busy writing riffs for the new side-project TCOU (The Company Of Undertakers), together with my best friends of ASPHYX and other great death-musicians outside Holland, it feels like back with my family, back with my friends who have still the same interests as in the early years to play the pure Death-Metal with their hearts as it was and is mentioned to be.....

Planning is to make a cd which as we speak is in progress with writing material. Guess it will see the daylight next year 2010.

The Company Of Undertakers (TCOU) is:

HOL Bob Bagchus (Asphyx/Soulburn) - Drums
HOL Theo van Eekelen (Hob) - Bass
HOL Paul Baayens (Asphyx/Hob) - Guitars
HOL Eric Daniels (ex-Asphyx/Soulburn) - Guitars
HOL Martin van Drunen (Asphyx/Hob) - Lead Vocals
USA Chris Reifert (Autopsy) - Backing Vocals
SWE Jörgen Sandström (Grave) - Backing Vocals


Metal / Re: IMMORTAL interview contains some clarity
« on: December 26, 2009, 06:54:08 AM »
The only time I've seen them live was a forgettable experience. Abbath can't play any of their older material. He fucks up all the amazing guitarwork of Demonaz.

Who really thinks they're gonna be putting out anything even close to BITN? Not here.

I agree, Abbath "updated" the old songs to make them sound like Immortal later albums, more speed/power metal, less black metal.
Check this out:


Interzone / Re: Any sugerence for a third world habitant?
« on: November 18, 2009, 01:08:40 PM »
Ok, i live in Argentina, that place of planet Earth where people think they are the master race even when they can't stop watching TV, looking naked women, killing each other for a stupid football game, etc.

Buenas tardes paisano!

I second your description about our land´s policy, people can´t think beyond democracy, it´s their cocaine. But this is something that you`ll find in every globalized nation, specially in the metropolitan areas (supermarkets). It´s part of your tasty MacCombo.

My question is, is it worth fighting here? Everyone here is your typical marxist, your typical "We NeEd THe aRMy tO rule US!!!" moron, whores or nerds, or everything.

Do you  think that other countries are safe from all those morons?
Get in touch with yout neighbours and work towards these problem that your community is facing, if you start to show everyone results, then there would be no marxists, army lovers, etc. to say anything (Los dejarías en evidencia de lo que realmente son: “charlatanes”).
Plus, who wants to scape from fighting anyway? A life without struggle would be shit!

Open a book of argentinian history, and the only thing to see there is populism, populism and populism. Bullshit.
Im seriously thinking in living in other country. Should i stay here? or is it recommended to emigrate? anyone here have experience in foreign countries?

What do you expect to find in another country? If all you want is to scape the neurotic lifestyle of the big cities (after all, that´s what´s reflected in the so called “news”) then consider the countryside, small towns, etc.

Metal / Re: Into Oblivion
« on: September 24, 2009, 02:27:41 PM »
This is something that I listen quite often, it´s been a while since you posted this and I find myself coming back to it.
Utter Ruin and Dawns Conquest are both good tracks, I like the way black and death metal elements are expresed and mixed, without falling in the typical mistake of modern blackened death metal acts, here both styles complement each other, the songs have a more organic progression and the sounds helps to create an almost Mayhem-ish atmosphere IMO.
Any chance to get the CD here in South America? Regards.

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