Tag Archives: Metal Blade

Noctum sign worldwide deal with Metal Blade, seeking new guitarist

Metal Blade Records is proud to announce the signing of Swedish occult rockers Noctum! Noctum was formed in September 2009 by bassist Tobias Rosén, David Indelöf (Vocals/Guitar) and Gustaf Heinemann (Drums) during the growing of the globally well-known classic rock scene inspired by the late 60’s and 70’s. After a short while Per Wikström (Guitar) […]

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Revolver Golden Gods 2010 winners announced

The winners of the 2010 and 2nd annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards have been announced. The full list of winners including their presenters can be read below and if you wish to watch the awards in full, check it out on VH1 Classic on May 22nd.

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3 sign new deal with Metal Blade

Woodstock, NY’s 3, one of the world’s most innovative rock bands, has signed a new deal with Metal Blade and is working on their new album. Previously, they have released ‘Wake Pig’ (2005), ‘The End Is Begun’ (2007) and ‘Revisions’ (2009) on Metal Blade. 3’s entire discography now spans over a decade, going all the […]

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Bison B.C. release new song ‘Two-Day Booze’

Bison B.C. have premiered a brand new song from their upcoming album ‘Dark Ages’ over at Stereogum titled ‘Two-Day Booze’. With the album ready to be released on April 13th through Metal Blade Records fans can get warmed up by reading our review

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Dew-Scented release artwork for Invocation

Dew-Scented have released the official artwork for their upcoming new album ‘Invocation’, which is set to be released on May 24th via Metal Blade Records. Vocalist Leif Jensen comments: “We were lucky to work with Björn / Killustrations again and he did an amazing job on this one, nailing down an apocalyptic artwork that fits […]

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Mega Music Monday Playlist – 29th March 2010

This week we’re doing a special playlist of songs we think are cool, but don’t necessarily get the attention or plaudits they deserve. Just click on the song name and get listening. What do you think?

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Album Review: Woe Of Tyrants – Threnody

To give credit where it is due, five-man American band Woe Of Tyrants put in a lot of effort into their new album ‘Threnody’. Their collective hearts are in the right place and they give their all throughout the 10 tracks. Unfortunately, that dedication doesn’t quite translate to inspiration. Although it’s not a bad record, […]

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