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Metal Hymns, Vol. 25
Conjuring The Dead
Conjuring the Dead is the tenth studio album by the Austrian blackened death metal band Belphegor. It was released on 5 August 2014 through Nuclear Blast. The album was recorded by Erik Rutan at Mana Recording Studios in USA. The album was preceded by the digital download single "Gasmask Terror", which was released on 1 July 2014. Earlier, on 25 June, a lyric video for the same song was released.
A music video was shot for the title track, which was directed by Walter Fanninger. The album features cover art by Septicflesh bassist Seth Siro Anton.
Where Shadows Forever Reign
Where Shadows Forever Reign is the sixth studio album by black metal band Dark Funeral. The album was released through Century Media Records on June 3, 2016. Where Shadows Forever Reign is the first album to feature vocalist Heljarmadr and the last to feature drummer Dominator. The album was recorded in Dugout Studios in Uppsala Sweden and the cover art for the album was created by legendary artist Kristian ′Necrolord′ Wåhlin.
The World Ablaze
Surgical Steel (Complete Edition)
Surgical Steel is the sixth full-length album by British death metal band Carcass. The album was released on 13 September 2013 in Europe, 16 September in the UK, and 17 September in North America, via Nuclear Blast. Surgical Steel is their first album since Swansong. The album features the first songs Carcass has recorded since reforming in 2007. Surgical Steel is their first album with drummer Dan Wilding and their first to reach the Top 50 in UK album charts.
Before The Age of Chaos – Live 2015
Future of The Past
Future of the Past II – Hell in The East
Tibi Et Igni (Bonus Version)
Tibi et Igni is the tenth studio album by Polish death metal band Vader. It was released on May 30, 2014, through Nuclear Blast Records. The album was recorded by the Wiesławski brothers at Hertz Studio in Poland. The album was preceded by the 7" EP Go to Hell, which was released on April 18, 2014.
Tibi et Igni is the first album to feature British drummer James Stewart, who replaced Pawel "Paul" Jaroszewicz in 2011.
Black To The Blind
Welcome To The Morbid Reich
Welcome to the Morbid Reich is the ninth studio album by the Polish death metal band Vader. The album was released on August 12, 2011 by Nuclear Blast. The release was preceded by a digital download single for the song "Come And See My Sacrifice", which was released on July 26, 2011. The album has won a Fryderyk Award in the category 'Heavy Metal Album of the Year', and reached number 17 on the Billboard Top New Artist Albums, and number 25 on the Hard Rock Albums. In Poland, Welcome to the Morbid Reich landed at number 6, and dropped out four weeks later. The release also charted in France, Japan, Switzerland, and Germany.
On April 5, 2011, Vader released the first part of their studio report for the album. Subsequently, the second part was released on April 14, the third part was released on April 30, the fourth part was released on May 11, the fifth part was released on May 24, and the sixth part was released on June 7.
Welcome to the Morbid Reich was recorded between March and April 2011 at Hertz Studio in Białystok, Poland, and was produced by the Wiesławscy Brothers, and features cover artwork by Zbigniew Bielak.
Necropolis is the eighth studio album by the Polish death metal band Vader. The album was released on August 21, 2009 by Nuclear Blast. The album was nominated for a Fryderyk Award in the category 'Heavy Metal Album of the Year'. On April 8, 2009, Vader released the first part of their studio report for the album. Subsequently, the second part was released on April 22, and the third part was released on May 27.
Necropolis was recorded between March and April 2009 at Hertz Studio in Białystok, Poland, and was produced by Tue Madsen. Mixing and mastering for the album took place at Antfarm Studio in Denmark by Madsen, except the songs "The Seal" and "Summoning The Futura", which were mixed at VooDoo Gates Studio in Olsztyn, Poland. Necropolis is the first Vader release that features drummer Paweł "Paul" Jaroszewicz. A video was shot for the song "Never Say My Name", which is based partially on the book "The Gospel According To Satan" by Patrick Graham. Piotr "Peter" Wiwczarek talked about working on the set for videoclip, saying:
The album sold around 1,130 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Songs from the Pine Room
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