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HYPOCRISY: ‘End Of Disclosure’ Lyric Video Released

The official lyric video for “End Of Disclosure”, the title track of the new album from Swedish death metallers HYPOCRISY, can be seen below. Due in Europe on March 22 via Nuclear Blast Records, the CD was produced by HYPOCRISY mastermind Peter Tägtgren at his Abyss Studio in Sweden. The artwork was created by Wes Benscoter (SLAYER, KREATOR, NILE, VADER).

A listening party for the new album took place on January 12 at Abyss Studios. A four-minute video clip shot at the event, featuring the first impressions of the international press, can be seen below.

“This time, I wanted to go back to the basics,” says Peter. “[I] felt like we lost it for the last couple of albums. It’s straight to the point. It’s more HYPOCRISY than ever — the fast, the heavy, the epic. Enjoy!”

“End Of Disclosure” track listing:

01. End Of Disclosure
02. Tales Of Thy Spineless
03. The Eye
04. United We Fall
05. 44 Double Zero
06. Hell Is Where I Stay
07. Soldier Of Fortune
08. When Death Calls
09. The Return

HYPOCRISY‘s latest DVD/CD, “Hell Over Sofia – 20 Years Of Chaos And Confusion”, was released in October 2011 via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains footage of the band’s February 27, 2010 concert at the Blue Box club in Sofia, Bulgaria.

HYPOCRISY‘s latest album, “A Taste Of Extreme Divinity”, sold 1,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at position No. 23 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.

“End Of Disclosure” lyric video:

VADER Announce Dates For Back To The Black 2013 Tour Part II With MELECHESH

The Polish veterans VADER have announced dates on Back To The Black 2013 tour Part II where they are playing all songs from the cult albums Black To The Blind and Sothis, along with their their biggest hits. MELECHESH are confirmed openers.

 

Dates include:

April
10 – Flensborg, Germany – Roxy*
11 – Odense, Denmark – Kansas City*
12 – Aarhus, Denmark – Metal Royal Festival*
13 – Nancy, France – Metal Ride Festival
14 – Darmstadt, Germany – Steinbruch Theater
15 – Munich, Germany – Backstage
16 – Zagreb, Croatia – Mochvara
17 – Budapest, Hungary – Blue Hell
18 – Timisoara, Romania – Daos
19 – Bucarest, Romania – Fabrica
20 – Sofia, Bulgaria – RBF
21 – Belgrade, Serbia – Gun
23 – Bari, Italy – Demode
24 – Rome, Italy – Jailbreak
25 – Milano, Italy – The Theatre Live Music
26 – Bern, Switzerland – Kultarena
27 – Annaberg, Germany – Alte Brauerei
28 – Ostrava, Czech Republic – Barrak
30 – Kosice, Slovakia – Collosseum*

May
1 – Tychy, Poland – Underground Pub*
2 – Wroc?aw, Poland – Asymmetry Festival*
3 – Tilburg, Holland – Neurotic Festival*
4 – Rosenheim, Germany – Bavarian Battle Spring Fest*

* without Melechesch

Thanks Metalshockfinland.com

Nothing says, “Until Death Do Us Part” like Slayer. Couple exchanges wedding vows with Slayer song as intro…

When Dan Phillipps and his wife Kinga got married at The Staaten in Staten Island, New York on September 24, 2011, they chose an unlikely song as their wedding intro: SLAYER‘s “Raining Blood” (see video footage below).

Asked why he chose this particular track to serve as the introduction to the newly hitched couple, Dan told BLABBERMOUTH.NET: “SLAYER has always been a very special band to me. SLAYER, METALLICA and ANTHRAX were the reasons I got into heavy metal. I remember first hearing ‘Hell Awaits’ in 1987 and being blown away. I never heard anything like it.

“When I first met Kinga, I didn’t know she was into extreme music. She’s from Poland so I randomly asked her if she heard of BEHEMOTH or VADER. To my surprise, she heard of them and had seen them live in concert a few times. So we instantly clicked. Our second date was a ROTTING CHRIST concert.

“When I was planning our wedding intro, I knew that I didn’t want your typical wedding music for our intro. I spoke to Kinga about it and she agreed. A standard wedding intro just didn’t seem right for my wife and I. Something about the ‘Raining Blood’ intro seemed like the perfect walk-out music for us. I got goosebumps just thinking about it. Most of my friends and family loved our intro. They said it was perfect for my wife and I.”