April 13, 2011

San Antonio’s HOD will play a series of live dates with MARDUK, AURA NOIR, BLACK ANVIL, PANZERFAUST and many more in parts of the US and Canada. New material is expected to see the light of day in the coming months. HOD guitarist Carl "Lord Necron" Snyder comments on the upcoming tour and new album: "The name of the new album has been chosen – "Book Of The Worm". We shall unleash this album sometime later this year. We have worked on the music for this album for quite some time. We hope to announce the producer soon for this album, we just need to nail the down who we want to mix it. Expect an announcement soon. Also we will be hitting the road this summer with MARDUK, AURA NOIR, BLACK ANVIL and PANZERFAUST. This is one brutal line-up. We will also play the Goregrowler’s Ball this year; hitting the stage with SUFFOCATION, EXHUMED, ABORTED, GRAVEHILL, CARDIAC ARREST and many more. We have a busy end of the year ahead of us. So we hope to see the legions of Metalheads out there this year. We will be announcing soon even more live dates too. Just need to confirm them. We will keep you posted. One last thing, coming up this Saturday, April 16, we will take the stage with legends EXHORDER and RIGOR MORTIS. We really look forward to sharing the stage with these guys. It’s an overdose of Metal! We hope to see all you Texas bastards out in Austin for this show. Who knows when a line-up like this will happen again." You’ll find all dates here. More info and updates at www.myspace.com/hodtheband

Sweden’s DEMONICAL have just released the first video from their upcoming new album "Death Infernal". Here’s an official statement from the band: "We are thrilled to hereby present ‘Ravenous’, the first and brand new video from our upcoming "Death Infernal" album. Directed by Costin Chioreanu of Twilight 13 Media and filmed in Stockholm, the clip captures and brings forth the true essence and force of DEMONICAL. Check out the madness and enjoy the ride into the deepest abyss of Swedish Death Metal Darkness!"

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