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Pig Destroyer New Album: "Phantom Limb"
Friday, 08 June 2007 11:41

PIG DESTROYER will see the release of their long-awaited new album Phantom Limb next Tuesday, June 12 (June 18 internationally). Phantom Limb was recorded at Omega Studios (BAD BRAINS) in Rockville, MD and follows up the wildly successful and influential 2004 release Terrifyer. Phantom Limb features 14 all-new songs from the heralded grindcore troupe and artwork by John Baizley (BARONESS, TORCHE). PIG DESTROYER recently unveiled preview tracks from Phantom Limb, for “Machete Twins”, “Thought Crime Spree”, and “Loathsome”, via this ecard. “Loathsome” can also be heard on the band’s MySpace and PureVolume pages.


 
Machinehead: Rob Flynn Talks About Euro Tour
Thursday, 07 June 2007 09:45

Fresh off their US tour with Heaven and Hell, Machine Head move to Europe to continue blowing fans away with material off their epic new album The Blackening, in stores now.  After receiving rave reviews from fans and critics alike for their blistering sets the band is not ready to let up just yet.  They are heading over the pond for a number of festival and headlining dates in Europe.  They will be bringing their friends from Lamb of God, Killswitch Engage, and a number of other killer acts along with them.  Robb Flynn is excited as ever to get to it.


 
New Red Chord "Prey For Eyes"
Wednesday, 06 June 2007 23:43

New England’s own death-grind powerhouse The Red Chord delivers a brutal new record!!! The album, titled "Prey For Eyes", was recorded at New Jersey’s Trax East with producer Eric Rachel (Atreyu, Every Time I Die). Plus, check out one of the tracks, “Send The Death Storm” online at http://www.metalblade.com/english/artists/theredchord/media.php.

A sprawling enigma, the album traverses nightmarish soundscapes with mind-bending time changes, gnashing guitars and schizophrenic vocals. Guitarist Mike “Gunface” Mckenzie couples bludgeoning riffs with haunting chord passages. Brad Fickeisen furiously propels the tracks with demonic double bass drumming as Greg Weeks bolts down a rhythmic freight train.


 


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