Entries tagged with: Nunslaughter

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Inquisition @ The Studio
Inquisition

Inquisition are on their way to the crumbling four-day Texas festival known as Rites of Darkness, where they'll join-up with an ever decreasing number of bands. Since "finalizing" the lineup earlier this year, a staggering 20 of the 54 bands, most of them headliners and exclusives, have all fallen off of the lineup due to an issue with Paypal.

As the festival has grown closer, the list of casualties has increased. Some bands succumbed to the pleas of fans begging to stay on (like Zemial), and others tried but ultimately still had to drop off (like Pagan Altar). The festival issued a definitive statement on 11/30 which confirmed the lineup, but then six more bands cancelled. It has, to say the least, been a rollercoaster ride for Rites of Darkness ticketholders, who are now still awaiting confirmations from Zemial, Hell Militia and Nunslaughter. Regardless, I'll see you there this weekend.

UPDATE: Both Hell Militia and Nunslaughter have cancelled. Nunslaughter's official statement is here, while Hell Militia's is here.

Meanwhile, Northwestern black metal duo Inquisition played The Studio at Webster Hall on Friday 12/2, joined by Disma and Agrath (after Mortuary Drape and Negative Plane dropped off of the show). NJ death metal crew Disma were also scheduled to play Rites of Darkness but cancelled their appearance alongside related bands Evoken and Funebrarum, so the NYC show was unfortunately their last of the year.

Drenched in fog (courtesy of the itchy trigger finger of Tooth from Natur) and red lighting, both Inquisition and Disma ripped at The Studio, playing favorites from their recent LP offerings Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm and Towards the Megalith respectively. Agrath, which contains members of Negative Plane, opened the evening to a mostly packed house with their primitive blackened stomp.

More pictures from the NYC show are below.

Continue reading "Inquisition played Studio @ Webster w/ Disma & Agrath (pics); Rites of Darkness festival continues to crumble UPDATED"

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Inquisition at MDF (more by BBG)
Inquisition

"This is Danny, the promoter for Rites of Darkness. I understand people have been getting frustrated with lack of news so I personally apologize for that. We have gone through a rash of cancellations which were beyond our control.. Paypal froze the Festival's account which caused delayed flights for months. By the time Paypal decided to release our account flights escalated beyond our set budget. So the show is NOT cancelled by any means but the following bands will not be performing: Root, Akitsa, Interment, Demonical, Valkyrja, Dead Congregation, Hour of 13, and Strid"
Rites of Darkness, the San Antonio festival in December that lined up an impressive slate of bands from around the world and many notable exclusives, has suffered a rash of cancellations (including Mortuary Drape), many of which were headlining bands.

The festival has remained silent about the situation for close to two weeks, but finally updated festival-goers today. Their message, excerpted above and available in full below, explains the situation, but neglects to mention that Pagan Altar also cancelled (they were slated for a two hour set) and that Zemial cancelled too. Another band that is currently in flux, Stargazer, is reportedly without flights (the band is from Australia) at the moment. The listing is missing General Surgery, and no announcement has been made about the pre-fest which includes France's Hell Militia. Previously announced cancellations include Ondskapt, Urfaust, Behexen, and Sargeist. RoD has added new Profound Lore signees Pallbearer.

Reminder: two RoD bands, Inquisition and Disma, are scheduled to play The Studio at Webster Hall on 12/2 with Agrath. Tickets are still available.

UPDATE: Both Zemial and Pagan Altar are reconsidering their appearances. Statements from both are below.

UPDATED AGAIN: Disma, Funebrarum, Evoken, and Oak have all cancelled their appearances.

The most recent Rites of Darkness statement and the current lineup is below.

Continue reading "Rites of Darkness 2011 still on despite heavy cancellations UPDATED"

by BBG

Nunslaugher @ the Acheron
Nunslaughter

Nunslaughter will team with Mausoleum, Vile Vindiction, Hypoxia, and Demized for a show at Saint Vitus on 11/19, the day after the previously discussed Black Anvil/Bloodiest show at the same venue. Check out a very belated set of pictures from Nunslaughter's last appearance in NYC at Acheron below.

The great Sulaco (mem Brutal Truth) combine groovy rhythms and blistering grind on their new LP Build & Burn available for preorder in physical forms via the Handshake Inc imprint. Stream it in full below, download it for free, and buy a copy via Handshake Inc.

Saviours are hitting the road for a string of dates with Ramming Speed, tagging Saint Vitus on 11/30 for a show with Elks and Bad Dream.

If you missed it, we are currently streaming the Trenches/Drainland split, streaming the Total Abuse LP, caught Batillus/Inter Arma/Belus, getting stoked for the return of Nasum, gearing up for our FFF Nites show with Doomriders & From Ashes Rise, streaming some new/old Void, streaming the new Panopticon and Wreck & Reference, and so much more.

Danava & Thrones play their 2nd of two NYC shows together tonight at Union Pool. If you're looking for a Halloween option head to Acheron on Sunday.

More suggested NYC shows, that Sulaco stream, and a Magrudergrind live set from Shea Stadium are below. What did I miss?

Continue reading "Evillive (Nunslaughter, Sulaco, Saviours & much more)"

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Inquisition at Maryland Deathfest (more by BBG)
Inquisition

NYC's Studio at Webster Hall will soon host a trifecta of black metal greatness! Inquisition will headline the venue on December 2nd with a rare appearance from Mortuary Drape and Negative Plane. Tickets are on sale.

Italy's Mortuary Drape and Inquisition will then tour their way to Rites of Darkness 3 in San Antonio, Texas where they'll join the newly added Disma, but NOT Urfaust:

URFAUST vs RITES OF DARKNESS III

URFAUST is very sad to announce that we have to cancel our Intoxication Ritual at Rites of Darkness III in Texas, USA.
Our last Alcoholic Rites on US soil where splenditory, so this is just fucked up...
Nothing more to say about this, we hope to return to the USA and Rites of Darkness in 2012!
All hail the madness!
Cheers,
Ix & Vrdrbr on behalf of Urfaust

Three day passes for Rites of Darkness 3 are on sale. Pictures from Urfaust's recent Brooklyn show HERE.

All known Inquisition dates, the full Rites of Darkness lineup, and some video is below.

Continue reading "Inquisition & Mortuary Drape playing NYC w/ Negative Plane before Rites of Darkness 3 (lineup & dates)"

words & photo by BBG

Inquisition
Maryland Death Fest

After Cathedral and Neurosis on days one and two respectively, Voivod headlined the large outdoor stage at Maryland Deathfest on Saturday (5/28), with Inquisition heading up the indoor stage at Sonar.

Though there are no pictures of Masakari, Mammoth Grinder, Creative Waste, Cretin, & Blood Freak, I did catch sets from the headliners as well as Avulsed, The Kill, Drop Dead, Doom, Defeated Sanity, Acid Witch, Hooded Menace, Cyanide, In Solitude, Impaled Nazarene, Hail of Bullets, Nunslaughter, and Exhorder.

Voivod
Maryland Death Fest

A crusty and furious set from Doom, an awesome and energetic set from Voivod, blackened doom destruction from Hooded Menace, Austrailian grinders The Kill and Detroit doomers Acid Witch were definitely my favorites, but I also thoroughly enjoyed what I saw of Hail of Bullets (around half of their set) as well as the political and furious Drop Dead.

Hooded Menace play Union Pool TONIGHT (5/31) with Negative Plane, Anhedonist, and Ilsa (who we interviewed) as part of a BrooklynVegan event. Online ticketing is not available, but there are tickets at the door for $13. Doors are at 8PM and the show starts at 8:30.

Tragedy, who played MDF Day One, also plays a show in Brooklyn tonight.

More pictures from the third day at Maryland Deathfest are below...

Continue reading "Maryland Deathfest 2011 -- Day 3 in pics & review (Voivod, Inquisition, Hooded Menace, The Kill, Acid Witch, more)"

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DOWNLOAD: Northless - "Flesh & Ghost" (MP3)

Northless
Northless

Northless hails from the frozen tundra known as Milwaukee, and this band must believe in warming themselves with glowing amplifier tubes. From the first stuttering doom-riff to the dueling tectonic shifts that follow, Northless's Clandestine Abuse (out now) is a series of battering rams disguised as songs, and just plain pummeling. Check out "Flesh & Ghost" from the LP above/streaming below, the title track at NPR, and "Damnation" at OMGVinyl... for fans of High on Fire (doy), Unearthly Trance, Kowloon-Walled City. Save some bones and pick up Clandestine Abuse with the two Fell Voices LPs as a combo pack.

In other heavy news, Lake of Blood have released their newest LP via Human Jigsaw, As Time And Tide Erodes Stone. Stream the record below, preorder the CD, or by the digital at their bandcamp. It's an impressive piece of work, especially if you are a fan of Krallice, Fell Voices, Dispirit, and modern USBM sans the corpsepaint.

Crusty thrashers Dödsfälla will team up with Oiltanker and Praetura (mem-Defeatist, ex-ASRA) to play Silent Barn on April 23rd. $8 gets you into the 8PM show and more info is available at the facebook invite.

Nunslaughter
Nunslaughter

And last, but certainly not least, Nunslaughter will play NYC for the first time in ten years (!) unleashing hellfire with support from Disma (!), Panzerbastard (!), Mutant Supremacy, and more TBA at Acheron on March 26th. Fans of brutal death metal and the depths of depravity, this is a must see. The Brooklyn show is one of a few dates laid out for the Pittsburgh death-dealers, including a shwing at Maryland Deathfest. All Nunslaughter dates are below.

That Lake of Blood Stream, those Northless streams, and all suggested upcoming NYC shows are below...

Continue reading "Evillive (Northless, Lake of Blood, Nunslaughter & more)"