September 2009 - Blabbermouth Archive

KATAKLYSM: Canadian Tour Dates Announced

Canadian extreme metal outfit KATAKLYSM will perform a series of shows in the provinces of Ontario, Québec and New Brunswick this fall. Although KATAKLYSM plans a Canadian tour next year, which will cover the other provinces as well as the cities that were skipped this year, this will be the only opportunity to see the ...

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NOCTURNAL FEAR: New Album Details Revealed

Highly anticipated among true thrash metal fans, NOCTURNAL FEAR's fourth full-length album, "Metal Of Honor", will be released worldwide by Moribund Records on November 3. Reviewers with access to advance tracks claim this offering to be "more aggressive, more pissed-off, and more original than any thrash metal relesase in many years." The steadfast duo of ...

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VAN HALEN Back In The Jam Room

VAN HALEN guitar legend Eddie Van Halen has posted the following message on his Twitter page: "Wolfie [Eddie's son and VAN HALEN bassist Wolfgang Van Halen], Alex [Van Halen; drums) and I rehearsed today and had a blast. We played a bunch of songs that we didn't play on the last tour, like 'Drop Dead ...

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INFINITUM OBSCURE: 'Sub Atris Caelis' Release Date Announced

Deathgasm Records has set a November 13 release date for "Sub Atris Caelis", the sophomore album from Mexican death metallers INFINITUM OBSCURE. The CD was recorded at Skull Seven Studios in North Hollywood, California with renowned producer Bill Metoyer (SLAYER, MORBID ANGEL, W.A.S.P., OMEN, BITCH, LIZZY BORDEN, ATROPHY). "Sub Atris Caelis" was mastered at Necromorbus ...

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GENITORTURERS To Release 'Blackheart Revolution' In November

Florida-based "shock-rockers" GENITORTURERS, featuring MORBID ANGEL frontman David "Evil D" Vincent on bass, will release their new album, "Blackheart Revolution", on November 3 via MVD Entertainment. According to a press release, "Blackheart Revolution" "combines the band's signature genre-bending musical style of aggressive rock, mechanical metal and underground electric pop with all the twists and turns ...

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