In news that has rocked this metalhead, bass player Peter Baltes has decided to leave Accept. Wolf has vowed to continue. The message below is copied from Wolf's Facebook page, it also appeared on his Twitter account. I'm gutted.
Holy crap, this is gonna be nuts.
Desecrator, Elm Street, Chainsaw, Eyefear, Matterhorn, Espionage, Carbon Black, Gypsy, Lady Crimson, Awaken Solace, Trigger, Oath Of Damnation, Garage Days, Acid Wolf, Audio Reign, Devonera, Lug.
This is all happening February 2nd, at the Duke Of York in Adelaide.
Melbourne's heaviest musical duo, Battlegrave, return to unleash their debut LP 'Relics Of A Dead Earth', a thrash metal assault on the senses. Check the video for 'Betray your Beliefs' below.
So many more new video releases this week, it's hard to keep track. Luckily for you I have linked them all here. There's a huge amount from Accept Live, Metal Church, Burning Witches, Loves Bites (All girl Japanese metal band), Soulfly, Ministry, Gotthard, Doro, Cellar Darling, The Night Flight Orchestra, Korpiklaani, Kataklysm, Breathe Atlantis, Currents, Polar, Aenimus, Cold Snap and Annisokay. Check them out below.
Yeah, I get notified when new stuff comes out. There is a huge amount of new release videos this time around. All sorts for all tastes. Soilwork, Metal Church, Epica, Fifth Angel, Primal Fear, Northward, Kingsmen, Exit Wounds, Make Out Monday, Imminence, Novelists and Landmvrks. Check the videos out below.
Check out the new lyric video for 'Raise Your Banner', the next track lifted from Within Temptation's new album, 'Resist', which will be released on December 14th. Check it, and the press release, out below.
Well, after some confusion, now it's official. Slayer have announced Download Festival sideshows in Adelaide and Brisbane, backed up by Anthrax and Behemoth. Holy crap, what a show that promises to be. Read the full press release below.
Voi Vod have announced a tour of Australia's eastern states for January 2019. Read the press release and check out the ticket link below.
Virgin Black to release long awaited album on November 30th. I only saw Virgin Black once, back in 2006 I think it was. They were supporting Opeth. Interesting band. Check out the press release below.
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