CANTO: At The Gates, A Perfect Circle, Random Lawsuits, and More

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1/2/2018. Happy New Year! One day late! Nobody cares!

  • Remember At The Gates? Sounds like they are done recording their new album. Initial reaction? I never stopped liking At The Gates, but anything potentially heavier or more death metal-y is only a good thing.
  • I don’t do the Spotify thing anymore. So this is irrelevant to me. But for those that care, they are being sued to the tune of $1.6 BILLION for copyright infringement tied to a number of huge bands. Ruh roh.
  • And more lawsuits because why not bring in the new year with happy news? Gibson is suing Funko because various dolls (Slash, Kirk Hammett, Paul Stanley, etc) are holding guitars that look like Gibsons. Super fun.
  • A Perfect Circle have revealed a new song called “Disillusioned”. I haven’t listened to it yet. Let me know how it is.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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CANTO: Aura Noir, Septicflesh, Watain, and more!

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10/3/2017. It’s October now. I skipped Monday because I forgot.

No video today, sorry.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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Donuts & CANTO: Krisiun, At the Gates, Bindrune Recordings and more!

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May 10, 2017

Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from yesterday:

    • Leading off, according to a Brazilian news article (translated by Reddit user fraud_93Krisiun and their tour-mates, NervoChaos, were arrested by Bangladeshi authorities shortly after arriving in the country for their Asian tour. The charge? Blasphemy. (Yep, we’re gonna do that again.) Ugh.

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CANTO: Nergal, Opeth, Lars, and the biggest Nightwish fan ever

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“In blood red skies, tears run dry (the sky is falling). There is no space between us.”

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– Corey

The Nine Circles ov… Maryland Deathfest XII (2014)

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Ahhhh it is finally mid-May. Which means the annual countdown to Maryland Deathfest is well in place. Of course, the reason MDF has become an annual tradition is because of all the incredible memories from past experiences. And what better way is there to reflect on some of the better moments from America’s premier death metal festival than with this particular piece of content? Let’s start by revisiting the highlights of MDF 2014…

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