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Motor Militia World in Flames Album Launch

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Motor Militia World in Flames Album Launch

Motor Militia World in Flames Album Launch: After much blood and sweat and toil Motör Militia will finally be launching our highly anticipated new album ‘World in Flames’!

To celebrate the landmark we will be performing a special 12 track set including the new album in its entirety at “Cloud 9” in the ‘Juffair Grand Hotel’! We are very proud to be supported by our friends and special guests Hellionight!

Check out the venues page: Cloud 9 Bahrain

During the event we will also launch the video for our new single “Supremacy”. The new album will be available for purchase at the event as CD in digipack with 12 page full color booklet. We will also have all new exclusive band T-Shirts for sale.

There will also be time set aside for band meet and greet and autograph session.

To pre-order a digital download of the album please follow one of the following links:

Bandcamp

iTunes/Apple

Amazone

There will be an entry fee of BD5
There will be special offers on the night to be announced shortly
The event will be age restricted 18+

Motor Militia World in Flames Album Launch

Grave Live In Lebanon | Concert Review

Grave, one of the pioneering Swedish death metal bands, performed on Lebanese territory for the first time on October 7th along with 4 Lebanese bands at Minus 5, Mkalles.

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DARKFALL Releases New Album On September 8

DARKFALL Releases New Album On September 8!

Ever since the very beginning in 1995, the Austrian band DARKFALL has been known for high-quality and uncompromising Thrashed Death Metal, which already caused a sensation with the first two releases at the end of the nineties. In the following years, Darkfall became one of the flagships of the Austrian Metal scene and combined their musical roots with the present into an impressive, independent style.

After the re-release of their latest album “Road To Redemption” in the summer of 2017, the sixth long player is now available with “At The End Of Times”. On this, the band again combines all trademarks like brutal but nevertheless epic riffing, blasting drums and harsh growls, and expresses their own stamp on this. The result is undoubtedly the culminating point of their musical work and is capable of inspiring fans of Death, as well as Thrash Metal genre.

“At The End Of Times” was recorded in the Helltheater, and Studio 66 in Austria by Peter Fritz and was mixed and mastered in the Stage One studio (Rotting Christ, Neaera, Tankard) by Andy Classen.

 TRACKLIST

DARKFALL Releases New Album1. Ride Through The Sky
2. The Breed Of Death
3. The Way Of Victory
4. Deathcult Debauchery
5. Ashes Of Dead Gods
6. Your God Is Dead
7. Blutgott
8. Welcome The Day You Die
9. Ash Nazg – One Ring
10. Land Of No Return MMXVII
Running time: 54:14 min

DARKFALL Releases New Album On September 8

Buy Darkfall’s new album “AT THE END OF TIMES” Here

DARKFALL ARE:

Thomas Spiwak (voc)
Stephan Stockreiter (git)
Sascha Ulm (git / back voc)
Markus Seethaler (bass)
Thomas Kern (drums)

Discography

1998 Winter Leaves
1999 Dimensions Beyond
2001 Firebreed
2006 Phoenix Rising
2013/17 Road To Redemption
2017 At The End Of Times

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Evil Invaders Release A New Track And Details Of Their Upcoming Album

Belgium’s Extreme Metallers EVIL INVADERS are back! After touring extensively all over Europe in support of their highly acclaimed debut album “Pulses Of Pleasure” (2015) and their intense follow-up EP “In For The Kill (2016)”, these Belgians have managed to capture the ultimate collection of rugged adrenaline and compressed violence onto one record! Their second monstrosity of an album is called “Feed Me Violence” and will be released worldwide on September 29 via Napalm Records.

Having that said, the band have another special treat involving the release of their first video from “Feed Me Violence” for the song “Mental Penitentiary”.
Joe commented on the first track:
“One of the fast songs on the record and definitely one of the coolest tracks we’ve written so far! Pretty intense lyrics, which are definitely worth checking out! The mid tempo part in the middle gives a nice contrast with the fast shit that’s happening before and after. Making this video was compulsive endless lunacy! Fortunately only the camera guy got injured…” 

 

 

Feed Me Violence will be available as regular Jewel Case edition as well as 1LP Gatefold Edition. An unstoppable roller coaster ride of tempo switches and twists from start to finish! Pre-Orders will be available shortly!

The full track listing reads as follows:

  1. Mental Penitentiary
  2. As Life Slowly Fades
  3. Suspended Reanimation
  4. Broken Dreams In Isolation
  5. Feed Me Violence
  6. Oblivion
  7. Shades Of Solitude
  8. Anger Within
  9. Among The Depths Of Sanity

Meet this power package live on tour as support for mighty SEPULTURA, as well as on various summer festivals all over Europe! Find all dates listed here:

EVIL INVADERS live:
16.06.17 BE – Vosselaar / Graspop Metal Meeting
23.06.17 MT – Zebbug / The Garage

w/ Sepultura
27.06.17 AT – Dornbirn / Conrad Sohm
28.06.17 DE – Aschaffenburg / Colosaal
29.06.17 CH – Aarau / Kiff
11.07.17 DE – Münster / Sputnikhalle
12.07.17 DE – Cologne / Essigfabrik

30.06.17 DE – Gardelegen / Metal Frenzy Album
05.07.17 CZ – Trutnov / Obscene Extreme
09.07.17 BE – Antwerp / Antwerp Metal Fest
14.07.17 SE – Gavle / Gefle Metal Fest
15.07.17 DE – Balingen / Bang Your Head
16.07.17 NL – Lichtenvoorde / Zwarte Cross
22.07.17 DE – Essen / Turock Sommerfest
25.07.17 SL – Tolmin / Metaldays
29.07.17 NL – Steenwijk / Stonehenge
11.08.17 BE – Kortrijk / Alcatraz
12.08.17 NL – Wateringen / Waterpop
18.08.17 FR – Saint-Nolff / Motocultor
26.08.17 DE – Jena / ROCK:AM:WEHR (R:A:W)
30.09.17 BE – Aarschot / De Klinker / Album Release Show
07.12.17 BE – Leuven / Depot
08.12.17 BE – Hasselt / MOD
09.12.17 BE – Ghent / Vooruit
14.12.17 BE – Liège / Reflector
15.12.17 BE – Antwerp / Trix
16.12.17 BE – Kortrijk / De Kreun


– Lilas Mayassi

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PHENOMY Eastern Europe Tour 2017

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Damage Rite Releases A New Album 2017

Damage Rite is a Thrash/Death metal band founded by guitarist/Vocalist JM Elias, in the summer of 2003 under the name of “Post Mortem”. A name that the band chose to portray a generation that came after the war, but they soon needed to changed it to Damage Rite after they found out that there are a lot of Metal bands using the same name (to know why they chose Damage right check out the video here).

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OverKill’s “Mean, Green, Killing Machine” UNLEASHED

New Jersey Thrashers Overkill released another track, “Mean, Green , Killing Machine”, from their upcoming 18th studio album, “The Grinding Wheel”, that will be out on February 10, 2017 via Nuclear Blast. Continue reading

NIGHTCHAINS Reunion Concert – REVIEW

Ten years after their split-up, Hamra-based Nightchains decided to have a reunion with the original vocalist Max to take the lead. The event was a one-time deal, no signs or announcement of a possible reunion of the band.

On Saturday November 6, we arrived only to find a few people gathered in front of the venue. The crowd wasn’t much during the event either, maybe around 60 people showed up. And it is a shame, because the event was a true Metal night, a night to remember.

Before getting into the band performances, I would like to talk briefly about the light and sound. Wait! What light? There was actually none; some red and blue dots and a stroboscope that didn’t help much in setting up the mood for the event. But the sound on the other hand was great, raw, clean, harsh, and perfect for the evening.

The openers were Agressor! Who are those guys? Well, we know Mohamad Younis (Nightchains drummer who was playing the guitars and vocals). But I never knew they existed and they don’t even have a Facebook page; it seemed to me they were only formed for this particular event as a one-time band. But let me tell you, they were crazy good. A great well-fit performance with great attitude.

Then came out the headliners, Nightchains. Again, it is a pity that only a few got to witness this. The band is top-notch; they have the best crowd-band interaction you can ever see. The lack of an actual stage helped too. The band were at the level of the crowd as if they were performing in between them, which gave the impression of a Big Happy family. The most remarkable thing was that people reacted much more to the originals of Nightchains than anything else I have seen. Some were singing along, others were screaming high pitches with Max.

Max was a power force on the microphone, and his attitude was really enjoyable: jokes, laughter, and heavy singing. We actually didn’t feel we were at a concert, we rather felt that we were a part of it, and that’s all due to the charisma of the band leader and musicians. Tex was flawless on his guitar, giving those crazy old school solos with his authentic guitar sound; nothing can be any better. I enjoyed Mohammad Younis’s drumming the most; it is fast, hard, and well, the beat makes you headbang. Rami Hawila did an incredible job on the bass as well; he completed and filled in for the guitar while keeping up the tempo of the songs intact.

Now for the best part: THE CROWD. There is no successful concert with a lame crowd, and Nightchains fans are not lame at all. The moshing didn’t stop, the headbanging didn’t stop, and they were the last ring to complete the “Chain”. An incredible crowd indeed.

In short, it was a night for the ages, and whoever didn’t come, missed a lot. And you might say I am exaggerating, but really, maybe you have to see it with your own eyes to believe it.

About Nightchains

The band was formed during the year 2003 and split up just short of 3 years later in 2006. Nightchains managed to  self-release a low produced album entitled “Metal To The Bones” that was recorded live with no further mixing or mastering. Metal To The Bones sounds similar to early Metallica, and Paul Di’anno’s Iron Maiden with a Manowarian spirit in the lyrics and composition, and a little bit of Judas Priest here and there. In 2010, the band resurfaced on social media and the album was re-released through DEAD MASTER’S BEAT.

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Nightchains Reunion Concert at Carousel Club Hamra, November 6

Bands: Nightchains, Agressor
Date
: Sunday November 6, 2016
Location: Carousel Club, Karakas, Hamra
Entrance: 15,000 L.L. including a Beer

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Slayer Release New Video “Pride In Prejudice”

Slayer released the third video from their 12th studio album titled “Repentless”.

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