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COSMIC BURIAL - Sophomore Album Out In September; First Track Unleashed

Purity Through Fire sets the 30th of September as the international release date for Cosmic Burial's highly anticipated second album, ...to the past. Cosmic Burial is the sole work of erstwhile...

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RAPHAEL WEINROTH-BROWNE - Unleashes The Final Performance Video From His Live Album

Canadian cellist and composer Raphael Weinroth-Browne today unveils the final performance video from his Worlds Within Live offering with "Tumult IV".

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LA FIESTA TRISTE - Releases The Track From Terra Relicta Compilation On YouTube

Yesterday, yet another track from the recently released Terra Relicta Sleep of Morpheus Spell compilation got launched on YouTube. Talking about La Fiesta Triste's "El Cristal Que Nos Separa"...

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SCHIZOGOAT - Releases A New EP And The First Track

Helldprod Records sets 31 August as the international release date for Schizogoat's EP, War, Pestilence And Sacrifice, on cassette format. "Necrowar", so far the only released track from...

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RAVENLIGHT - New EP With Cover Songs Out This Month

Northern Ireland based female-fronted symphonic/power metallers Ravenlight are due to release their new EP entitled Intermission on the 27th of August. Intermission was recorded during the...

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FEELAMENT - Musicians Unite To Fight Intolerance And Segregation

Musicians from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine have united to fight interethnic intolerance and the segregational system by giving birth to Feelament, a band that operates completely remotely and...

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NEPHILIM - New Single And Lyric Video Out Now

German atmospheric black/death metal band Nephilim released a brand new single and lyric video "Son Ov Sin". The track is taken from the upcoming album entitled Ye Shoah. Nephilim is a band from Düsseldorf.

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KORAX MVD - New Video Released

Montevideo (Uruguay) based dark/experimental/industrial band Korax Mvd just released a new video for the track "Calles Desiertas", taken from their first EP Días Extraños, released in April this year.

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[Dark] UNKNOWN

NONE

The USA based ambient/industrial, neo-folk solo act None - a tribute to all the divine - was founded in 2015 by musician and songwriter Nicholas Mendiola (Ex-Plague Phalanx, Thangorodrim and Awakened Abyss). For Nicholas, None is the deity of his creation and the eternal version of himself. As he had stated for the interview (webzine From Corners Unknown), the purpose and mission of his contemporary life were to discover himself as the true voice and host that None speaks through - and to leave the word and mark of None upon the world not only to affect other present beings of the earth and multiverse but to leave traces for future lives to again discover their true identity.

None's music will be presented on the radio show [Dark] UNKNOWN this Thursday, 3 June at 22.00 [CEST] on Terra Relicta radio.

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TERRA RELICTA - COMPILATIONS 2021

Terra Relicta Dark Music Web Magazine and Radio zealously present their two new compilations, In Sickness We Reign and Sleep Of Morpheus Spell, released on 21 June 2021, on Bandcamp (name your price). The first appeal for music submissions was launched on 9 March 2021, and by the end of May, we received over 60 tracks, only a few genres unfitting. Most of the tracks were made exclusively for the compilations, previously unreleased or rare - submitted by established artists and newcomers with the purpose to promote dark music, the participating artists and Terra Relicta Dark Music Web Magazine and Radio.

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SLAYER - Official Cause Of Jeff Hanneman's Death Revealed

Blabbermouth, the CNN of metal music posted the news about the official cause of death of Slayer's guitarist Jeff Hanneman, who died on 2nd May 2013, aged 49. Here's the news as posted on Blabbermouth: The official cause of Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman's death has been revealed to be alcohol-related cirrhosis. While he had his health struggles over the years, including the recent necrotizing fasciitis infection that devastated his well-being, Jeff and those close to him were not aware of the true extent of his liver condition until the last days of his life. Contrary to some reports, Jeff was not on a transplant list at the time of his passing, or at any time prior to that. In fact, by all accounts, it appeared that he had been improving — he was excited and looking forward to working on a new record
While the details are being worked out now, Slayer wants its fans to know that there will be a celebration of Jeff Hanneman's life sometime later this month, along with Jeff's family and friends, the public will be invited to attend. Slayer members Kerry King (guitar) and Tom Araya (bass, vocals) are trying to deal with the loss of their brother by remembering some the good times they shared.
Here are some statements and comments of other members:
Kerry: "I had so many great times with Jeff... In the early days when we were out on the road, he and I were the night owls, we would stay up all night on the bus, just hanging out, talking, watching movies... World War II movies, horror movies, we watched 'Full Metal Jacket' so many times, we could practically recite all of the dialogue."
Tom: "When we first formed Slayer, we used to rehearse all the time, religiously, 24/7. Jeff and I spent a lot of time hanging out together, he lived in my father's garage which was also our rehearsal space. When he got his own apartment, he had an 8-track and I would go there to record songs I'd written, not Slayer songs, other stuff I'd written. At a certain point, you still have the band but you start your own lives outside of the band, so that 24/7 falls to the side, you don't spend as much time together as you once did. I miss those early days."
Kerry: "He was a gigantic World War II buff. His father served in that war, so when Slayer played Russia for the first time — I think it was 1998 — Jeff and I went to one of Moscow's military museums. I'll never forget him walking around that place, looking at all of the tanks, weapons and other exhibits. He was like a kid on Christmas morning. But that was Jeff's thing, he knew so much about WW II history, he could have taught it in school."
Tom: "We were in New York recording South Of Heaven. Jeff and I were at the hotel and we had to get to the studio — I think it was called Chung King, a real rundown place. So we left the hotel and decided to walk, but then it started raining. We walked maybe five blocks, and it was raining so hard, we were totally soaked, so we decided to get a cab. Here we are, two dudes with long hair and leather jackets, absolutely soaked, thumbing to the studio. No one would stop. We had to walk the entire way. Jeff was a lifeline of Slayer, he wrote so many of the songs that the band will always be known for. He had a good heart, he was a good guy." Link

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