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It’s been one hell of a ride for us and we’re so happy to announce that we will be releasing our debut EP “Terminal Leeches” on March 11, 2018.
“Terminal Leeches” EP release night is a gathering based event, where we chose to do something kind of different. The night will include lots of beer, food, and cupcakes! We will also satisfy your brutal senses with hit metal tunes by our guest DJ!
We care about meeting our supporters and making new friends, because we wouldn’t have made it this far without you! So pass by and celebrate with us an awesome night of metal!
PS: Food and drinks are charged by the house. Cupcakes for free 😀
**Limited copies available**
Venue: The Quadrangle Hazmieh
Entrance: 10$ including 1 EP
Doors open at 8:00 PM
For those of you who don’t know them yet, Slave to Sirens are an all-female thrash metal band from Lebanon, who came out a little over 2 years ago. Their first performance was during Metal Bell Magazine’s “The Thrash Alliance” affiliated event. (Photos of Slave to Sirens first appearance can be found here.)Continue reading
Last year, when Blaakyum were touring Europe alongside the almighty Onslaught, none of us thought we’d get to catch them on home turf. So once it was announced that ONSLAUGHT would be headlining this year’s edition of Skull Session at Station Beirut, we all guessed it was going to be big. Especially when the line-up was composed of other great bands such as Blaakyum, Damage Rite, and Slave To Sirens. Continue reading
Nader Sadek : In the Flesh (Death Metal) Ft.
Derek Roddy (ex-Nile, ex-Hate Eternal); Thor Anders Myhren Aka. Destructhor (ex-Morbid Angel , Myrkskog); Ben “Barby” CLAUS (GOROD); Mahmud Gecekuşu (Perversion)
After merely 2 years, VOICE OF THE SOUL part ways with drummer Rudy Fares. The band was formed in 2007 by Kareem Chehayeb and Monish Shringi in Kuwait. The band has released 3 EPs: ‘Winds of Apprehension’ in July 2009, ‘Eyes of Deceit’ in 2010, and the internationally acclaimed ‘Into Oblivion’.
In April 2014, VOICE OF THE SOUL recorded their full-length album, “Catacombs” (Read Review in Issue 6 – Page 26). And later in June of that year, Rudy Fares joined the band and performed with them a handful of shows between Dubai and Lebanon.
The band announced the departure of Rudy in the below statement:
Rudy has decided to leave Voice of the Soul. We want to thank him for all his contributions these past few years. We look forward to see him continuing to slay behind the drums in other projects! We will announce our fill-in drummer for our upcoming Beirut show tomorrow.
The next day, VOICE OF THE SOUL posted the below video announcing the drummer that will fill in for Rudy during Metal Bell Magazine’s METAL GATHERING event: Bosphorus Cymbals artist Bachir Ramadan.
The fast-rising Lebanese Thrash Metal band PHENOMY released their debut album “ONCE AND FOR ALL” on NOVEMBER 1st, 2016 at STATION Beirut.
Lebanese Thrash/Death Metallers, InnerGuilt, headlined the show in support of Phenomy, as an act to push and support up-and-coming bands in the scene.
A special and successful debut was for Slave To Sirens, who were launched by Metal Bell Magazine during the event as the opening band! Slave To Sirens left a great impact on the crowd and we will be seeing more of them soon \\m//