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"Heaven's Venom", the new album from Canadian extreme metallers KATAKLYSM, is available for streaming in its entirety on the band's  myspace page link The CD will be released on August 13 in Europe and August 24 in North America via Nuclear Blast Records.

"Heaven's Venom" track listing:

01. A Soulless God
02. Determined (Vows Of Vengeance)
03. Faith Made Of Shrapnel
04. Push The Venom
05. Hail The Renegade
06. As The Walls Collapse
07. Numb & Intoxicated
08. At The Edge Of The World
09. Suicide River
10. Blind Savior


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CHILDREN OF BODOM have hired Matt Hyde (HATEBREED, MONSTER MAGNET, FU MANCHU) to produce their new album, which is currently being recorded at a studio in Helsinki, Finland.



Here is the last message from Jaska (drums) :


Ok folks, I´m done with my drum recordings. I need to do couple covers tomorrow morning but that´s always easy and fun.
Recordings for me went good and I´m super excited about the new songs. They ARE killer. I´m sure you will love the new material.
And yes, there´s gonna be 9 new tracks on the album. That shouldn´t be a... suprise... :-)
Later I´m gonna add some videos from recording my drums.

Children Of Bodom will be joining Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society on their North American trek starting this September from Vancouver, Canada. Other bands on the "Black Label Berzerkus" tour will be Clutch and 2Cents.

Tour dates:
September 22 - PNE Forum - Vancouver, BC
September 24 - Edmonton EXPO Centre Hall D Arena - Edmonton, AB
September 25 - Agribition Hall - Regina, SK
September 26 - Big 4 - Calgary, AB
September 28 - Winnipeg Convention Centre - Winnipeg, MB
September 30 - Anchor Inn - Omaha, NE
October 01 - 7 Flags - Clive, IA
October 02 - Eagles Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI
October 03 - Roy Wilkins Auditorium - St. Paul, MN
October 05 - Expo Five - Louisville, KY
October 08 - Convention Hall - Asbury Park, NJ
October 09 - The Colisee - Lewiston, ME
October 12 - Cunard Centre - Halifax, NS
October 14 - Metropolis - Montreal, QC
October 15 - Sound Academy - Toronto, ON
October 20 - Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, NY
October 22 - House of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC
October 23 - Masquerade Music Park - Atlanta, GA
October 24 - The Fillmore Charlotte - Charlotte, NC
October 26 - Hard Rock - Orlando, FL
October 28 - Verizon Wireless Theater - Houston, TX
October 29 - Concrete St. Ampitheater - Corpus Christi, TX
October 30 - Verizon Theatre @ Grand Prairie - Grand Prairie, TX
October 31 - Lonestar Pavilion - Lubbock, TX
November 02 - Stubbs Waller Creek Ampitheater - Austin, TX
November 03 - Brady Center - Tusla, OK
November 05 - DeltaPlex - Grand Rapids, MI
November 07 - The Fillmore Detroit - Detroit, MI
November 09 - Main Street Armory - Rochester, N.Y.
November 10 - The LC Pavilion - Columbus, OH
November 12 - Cotilion - Wichita, KS
November 13 - Uptown Theater - Kansas City, KS
November 14 - The Fillmore Auditorium - Denver, CO
November 16 - The Complex - Salt Lake City, UT
November 18 - Dodge Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
November 20 - Warfield - San Francisco, CA


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The album will be released next September



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Very soon : the video interview on Loud TV



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On the following dates :


Sep. 04 - PaloLottomatica - Rome, Italy
Sep. 05 - Mediolanum Forum - Milan, Italy
Sep. 08 - Hallenstadion-Oerlikon - Zurich, Switzerland
Sep. 10 - Le Galaxie - Amneville, France
Sep. 13 - Bercy - Paris, France
Sep. 16 - SEG Geneva Arena - Geneva, Switzerland


And don't miss the video interview with Wednesday on Loud tv next ...


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The members of FEAR FACTORY and their road crew escaped safely Thursday morning (August 5) when their tour bus caught fire and burned to a crisp on the M1 motorway in Northamptonshire, England.

Commented FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares: "We just finished playing a sold-out show in Sheffield, England and we were on our way to London airport to drop someone off. Everyone was asleep except [for] two [members of the road] crew.

"At about 3:30 a.m. the bus driver noticed smoke coming from the back right wheel. He stopped, jumped out and noticed a flame underneath the wheel well. He tried to extinguish it, but the flames were too much.

"Everyone was woken up by one of our crew yelling get everyone up and out of the bus. Everyone grabbed there bags and ran off the bus. We stood on the side of the freeway going, 'Thank god we all made it out' until someone noticed our merchandise guy was still asleep on the bus so our good friend ran back on the smoke-filled bus and got him out just minutes before the bus was completely in flames.

"Our eyes are burning and we were all coughing from the smoke. Some of us lost wallets, money, computers etc.. But that's not important compared to our lives.

"It only took about 20 to 30 minutes for the bus to be completely covered in flames.

"The fire trucks and the police finally arrived, but it was too late to save anything on the bus.

"I hope they saved our trailer with the gear.

"A coach bus picked us up and brought us to a nearby hotel.

"We found out early this morning that the trailer was saved and the bus is just a metal frame on the side of the road. They had to scrape up what was left of the bus from the road because it melted into the pavement."



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Founded by a young guitarist named Ashmedi in the city of Jerusalem back in 1993, MELECHESH has always been a visionairy band that invented a genre on its own. Melting raw black metal with Mediterranean drum patterns and guitar scales was the idea and resulted in a phenomenal demo (“As Jerusalem Burns”) and a 7” EP (“The Siege Of Lachish”) which gained the band a certain popularity in the first place. However the first album “As Jerusalem Burns… Al’Intisar” was the one to put Jerusalem and Bethlehem on the map of extreme metal, making MELECHESH the first non Israeli metal band from the middle east to get signed – and the first ever metal band out of Jerusalem with a record deal. Ashmedi eventually moved to Europe in 1998 due to several demographic and socio political reasons.

The following year saw the recruitment of Proscriptor (from ABSU) on drums and a three-album deal with Osmose Productions. The new album, “Djinn”, was characterized by its subtle mix between extreme metal and Middle Eastern sounds, taking the bands brand to another level.
Although the band members being located all over the world, in 2003 determined Ashmedi took the next step. “Sphynx” (featuring an epic cover illustrated by Ron Woodall from George Lucas’ Industrial Light and Magic) brought the band a whole lot thrashier sound without denying their black metal roots. The album was greeted as “Sumerian thrashing black metal”, ranking as one of the top 10 metal releases of 2003 and one of the best 100 albums of the decade by Terrorizer magazine.

The following years also brought MELECHESH back to the live scene, playing festivals in Europe and North America. With Proscriptor living in the United States however, MELECHESH needed to recruit session drummer Xul who in 2005 would eventually replace Proscriptor once the band entered the writing phase for their fourth album, “Emissaries”. The effort would be delayed by almost a year because of a mixing problem. “Emissaries” was finally released on 30 October 2006 (European/world date) and January 23, 2007 in the United States. According to their label this was the most expensive album for Osmose Productions after Immortal’s “Blizzard Beasts”. The bands fourth record got greeted as proof of MELECHESH’s determined character. According to Zero Tolerance magazine the album “stands majestically tall as a supreme victory for a band prepared to challenge the limits of what they can achieve” and USA’s Spin Magazine ambitiously praised the band as “setting the bar for metal in 2007”. The album was album of the month in several magazines and/or album of the year in 2006 and 2007. ”Emissaries” also confirmed that MELECHESH’s music was made to be played live, and so the band toured Europe in 2008 and several shows in North America and played numerous international festivals (Party San, Hellfest, Kaltenbach, Hole in the Sky, Maryland Deathfest….) and took them all the way to distant and unlikely places such as Dubai and Armenia.

The same year, MELECHESH took another step and signed with Nuclear Blast Records. Shortly before the new album went to the planning stages, Ashmedi was asked to write a monthly column about his life and thoughts. Still going his interesting autobiographical stories are being published worldwide by several big print & online publications which gained the band even more interest from all over the world and pushed the name already in advance of the album.
This multidimensional aspect is characteristic for a band that constantly seeks to explore the many facets of the sub genre it forged within the extreme metal scene. Preferring quality to quantity, musical honesty over trend, MELECHESH is answering a call. And so, with newly recruited Rahm on bass, in April 2010 the band was set to to record their fifth album “The Epigenesis”. Against all trends the band went eastwards rather than going for any skandinavian or US studio. “The Epigenesis” was recorded in Istanbuls newly built first class Babajim Studio. Amongst other surprises, the album incorporates more organic elements, subtly integrating traditional instruments (such as yayli tanbur, Azeri Tar, baglama saz, Indian sitar and Persian santur), 12string guitars and leaving room for jam-like improvisations that channel the inspiring aura of Istanbul, a city that has always been a melting point for cultures, for east an west… This is sonic magick!



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Uk Nov 05, 2010 o2 Academy 2 Newcastle
New Castle UK

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Newcastle UK

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Leeds UK

Uk Nov 07, 2010 The Arches
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Glasgow UK

Uk Nov 08, 2010 Rock City
Nottingham UK

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Wolverhampton UK

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Boscombe, UK

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Fr Nov 16, 2010 L'Empreinte
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Nl Nov 17, 2010 Dynamo Club
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Dk Nov 18, 2010 Train
Aarhus DK

Fr Nov 20, 2010 Metal Ride Festival @ L'AUTRE
Nancy FR

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Vennes FR

De Nov 23, 2010 Meier Music Hall
Braunschweig DE

De Nov 24, 2010 Essigfabrik
Cologne DE

De Nov 25, 2010 Kantine (Augsburg)
Augsburg DE

Ch Nov 26, 2010 Dynamo
Zürich CH

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It was early 2008 when the Cobalt Hotel in Vancouver hosted the reunion of Caustic Thought; a popular local band that had not played together for twelve years. Little did bassist Byron Stroud (Fear Factory, Strapping Young Lad, Zimmers Hole), drummer Bob Wagner (Econoline Crush), and guitarist Ian White know at the start that this special evening would light a spark that would take this reunion further than they initially expected. After recruiting guitarist Terry Murray, the four decided to rearrange, write and record new material. As the writing came together Byron reached out to friend and band mate Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory, Ascension of the Watchers, G/Z/R, Ministry) and the final member was found. The spark that ignited on that very special night among old friends had now become a spirited new band... City of Fire was complete. The bands self-titled debut contains eleven energetic and melodic songs that reflects the band's immensely talented musicianship. Three additional songs were recorded earlier this year adding to the albums overall depth. Bell recalls of the early sessions, I have always loved Vancouver. During this session, my eyes were intensely aware that Vancouver is vibrant with life, like a raging fire. This is where the name of the band came from. I was inspired like never before and I believe it shows." Musically, City of Fire finds its roots in everything from metal to hard rock to punk, and boasts a more commercially-oriented sensibility; a sound reflective of the evolving maturity of its members and audience. Sonically hard yet groove heavy, the band has conceived a sound that distinguishes itself from the rest. "Byron and I have always talked about music and realized that we had many similarities between us: the same music likes and dislikes," Bell explained to popular music site Noisecreep. "Byron knew that I would love the music he and the guys were creating and he was right. When I first heard the music, I was excited by the sounds I heard. City of Fire will see US release just as Fear Factory finish up their Canadian run of dates which will include their performance at Montreals Heavy MTL Festival where the band will appear alongside Megadeth, Slayer, Mastodon, Korn, Rob Zombie, Lamb of God and more. 

Track Listing:

1. Carve Your Name 4:36 

 2. Gravity 5:08 

 3. Rising 3:20 

 4. A Memory 3:52

5. Spirit Guide 5:24 

 6. Coitus Interruptus 4:45 

 7. Hanya 4:01 

 8. Emerald 1:58 

9. Hollow Land 4:47 

10. Dark Tides 4:14 

11. Rain 5:35


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