Saturday, 29 August 2009
I never heard about this band before but they existed since 1995 until now they are on different league as Kreator and Destruction. And they are from Finland.
The festival called Mysterious Wounds festival was held at Button Factory, Temple Bar, Dublin. They are many acts such as; Mass Extinction; Ensiferum and many more. The main act was Sodom.
To be honest; I know too little about Ensiferum. But After seen many of their albums at Sentinel Record small kiosk inside the venue, I know Ensiferum is not small timer yuppies from nowhere play heavy metal songs
Fuck! the crowd is getting insane pushing each other aside. I couldn't believe the crowd was as many as Sodom fans and some of them only come to watch Ensiferum. I started to questions about this band..who the hell is Ensiferum??
The band took almost 40 minutes to tune the vocal, the guitars and the ambient sound from synthetisers by Meiju Enho. It's really pain in the arse to wait for them to actually see them to finish the tune. Finally, the hall becomes very dark and fucking smoke choked me to death.
It was Janne Parviainen who step out onto set and starts to bash the drum set. Finally the whole gang finally starts to appear and perform the songs which i don't actually know at that time. The song is fucking brilliant! Its truely melodic mixing with Irish and Celtic influence. But the whole Scottish, Irish (Southern and Northen Ireland), Norwagian, Sweddish and Finnish were conquered by Viking during B.C.
The crowd became obsess with the song started to sing along with them and try to join on stage. Unfortunately, myself and other friends have to give away to some fans , move backwards apart from stage. Just to see them live is a blessing and to be able to discover them is a lifetime achievement.
After the concert while waiting for Sodom; I've got myslef a long sleeve t-shirt and a 10 years Ensiferum DVD. By the way check out their incoming new album soon next month..so fucking excited about them. Buy vinyl don't fucking free download their album!
Friday, 17 July 2009
It was early last year; Judas Priest has released the new album called Notradamus and have decided to make a big come back for the fans. They have invited Megadeth as a special guest for that night. Fortunately, the American old school thrash metallers were also join the wagon as they released their new materials called The Formation of Damnation late last year.
The come back of Testament have given an inspiration for the fans who are over 30's and late to make a revival and back active into thrash metal scene. On that occasion, many of the fans are still wearing tie shirt and leather laptop back (straight into the concert just to get nice a spot), yet still bang their head until crush. Testament played couple of songs from their latest album and rest back to basic high speed rif of thrash metal. Chuck Billy delivered the songs like he used in mid 80's eventhough the body now is triple the size then before. Alex Skolnick was more like Steve Vai on guitar then thrash metallers, skill set of play mush improved now, become like guitar god. Overall, I never disappointed with the Testament show but I hope next time Testament would play on small venue as they used before.
What can you say about them...deliver and nail it where at one point you would think that they would overtake Judas Priest on that night. Sleepwalker, Tout Le Monde, Peace sell, Rust in Peace, Countdown to extinction and Holy war. However, due to health reasons, most the lead guitar taken by Chris Broderick and there are few Dave have made mistakes as the fingers were not fast enough to cope with the songs. The fans have gone insane...few mosh pits turn ugly as the guards trying to break its up.
Too little time for Megadeth to perform ideally; disappointed me actually but this about Judas priest and i knew it will be 1st and last best concert on earth. Dave would never give any credits as does by Testament to Judas as for kind invitation.
This is the moment of lifetime waiting; with shout of " Priest is Back!!" , "Judas Priest!". After Megadeth show. We have to wait like 30-45 minutes before the smoke and the opening music finally broke...intensive preparation, wall climbers were averywhere to check the lights and laser boxes. This what I've expected; great show, great gimmick, great performance of heavy metal god, Rob Halford and a Harley Davidson on stage.
Smoke came out...the lasers are broading and beaming else where in the dark. You know what; the open with Hell Patrol from Painkiller album. Holy shite! this is the moment of life that I would never forget. They played Notradamus, off course! You've got another thing coming, Sinner. The moment of speed paddle by Scott Travis; I took the camera out and record the killer song "Painkiller" sang along like fucking retarded man. After that, Halford shout "breaking the what?...!!", " Breaking the what?!!...". .."Breaking the Law!!". I can't the 50's couple push us away just to be in front row to sing that song with halford. I think nostalgia from the rebel priest ealy 70's have created generation of rebel adults and even now they were there just to show their grateful to Judas Priest for given a door to heavy metal.
The final song was "living after midnight". Such as the perfect for closing...this tradition song hasn't change much when I was seeing their concert video at age 10.
Hail the King of Metal .....Judas Priest! You are real metallers!
the 1st photo shown of the huge merchandise booth of the event; it does't have to be buy concert t-shirts and many more for that night.
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
taken from World Socialist Web Site - www.wsws.org
The decline of social democracy
The most notable result of the European elections held last weekend is the dramatic decline of social democracy.
On average across Europe, social democratic parties received only 22 percent of the vote, six percent less than in the previous European election in 2004. With a turnout of just 43 percent, this means that less than one in ten of the electorate voted for these parties.
Average European figures distort the real extent of the decline. In the major industrial countries of Western Europe, where social democratic parties have led governments for decades or functioned as the main opposition party, their losses were huge—irrespective of whether the parties are currently in government or opposition.
In Great Britain, where the Labour Party has been in power for the past twelve years, Labour’s support plummeted to a record low of 16 percent—lower than the vote received by the extreme right-wing UK Independence Party. In Spain, the ruling Socialist Party lost five percentage points and trailed the right-wing Peoples Party. In Germany, the Social Democratic Party (SPD), which has been in government for eleven years, recorded an historic low of 21 percent. In Portugal, support for the ruling Socialist Party fell from 45 to 27 percent.
In France, where the Socialist Party has been in opposition for the past seven years, the party received just 17 percent—a decline of 12 percentage points compared to five years ago. In Italy, support for the Democratic Party, which is a successor organisation to the Italian Communist Party and other “left” parties, plunged from 31 percent to 26 percent. In Denmark, the opposition Social Democrats lost 12 percentage points and finished with a total of 21 percent. The vote for the Dutch Labour Party was halved to 12 percent, and in Austria it sank from 33 percent to 24 percent.
This decline is all the more remarkable when one bears in mind that the election took place in the midst of the most severe world economic crisis since the 1930s. Although unemployment is rising rapidly and the living conditions of broad layers of the population have worsened considerably, voters are deserting the social democrats in droves.
The cause for this shift is to be found in the politics and character of the social democratic parties, which have for many years functioned like any other bourgeois party. In the past two decades, they have used their influence, in close alliance with the trade unions, to carry out the sort of social attacks that had provoked massive resistance when attempted by conservative governments.
In Britain, the Labour Party led by Tony Blair adopted the program of the Conservative Party’s “iron lady,” Margaret Thatcher, while the German SPD led by Gerhard Schröder passed the anti-welfare Hartz laws and carried out more attacks on social rights than all previous conservative governments put together.
The British Financial Times in an editorial on Tuesday pointed to the seeming anomaly of massive electoral losses for parties historically associated with socialism under conditions of growing popular disillusionment with capitalism. It correctly noted that, in fact, there are no serious differences in economic and social policy between the social democratic and conservative parties. The newspaper wrote: “At a time when ‘the end of capitalism’ is raised as a serious prospect, the parties whose historical mission was to replace capitalism with socialism offer no governing philosophy. Their anti-crisis policies are barely distinguishable from those of their rivals.”
Today there are barely any workers to be found in the leadership of the social democratic parties, and a rapidly dwindling number of workers in the party ranks. Many who join these parties do so not to realise political ideals, but to further their own careers. Opportunism, a complete lack of principle and arrogance toward the working class are the most important prerequisites for advancement within these organisations.
In Germany, a career in the SPD is regarded as a springboard to a good-paying job in public service or the private economy. Former SPD Chairman Rudolf Scharping is today a business consultant, whose clients include the hedge fund Cerberus and the billionaire Maria-Elisabeth Schaeffler. Former Chancellor Schröder, who led the SPD for a long period of time, has a string of boardroom positions—most notably with the world’s biggest energy concern, the Russian-based Gazprom.
When millions of workers turn their back on social democracy in the middle of an economic crisis, it shows one thing: they no longer expect any solution to their problems from these parties.
The election result also expressed a broad rejection of the European parliament. The job of the parliament is to provide a pseudo-democratic cover for the institutions of the European Union and the army of 40,000 well-paid bureaucrats in Brussels who, in turn, serve at the beck and call of a comparable army of business lobbyists.
Vast numbers of voters, especially from the working class, refrained from casting ballots. The biggest party in the election was the party of non-voters. At 43 percent, voter participation was 2.5 percentage points lower than the previous record low turnout, in 2004. In Holland, Great Britain and most Eastern European countries, turnout was less than 40 percent.
The resulting political vacuum was exploited by conservative and right-wing parties. This has led many commentators to speak of a “turn to the right” in Europe. Such a conclusion is unwarranted and superficial. Right-wing parties were able to exploit the collapse in support for social democracy and the low turnout. In most cases, however, they failed to increase their vote and in some cases saw their support decline significantly.
Even extreme right, xenophobic parties that gained significantly—such as Geert Wilders’ Freedom Party in Holland (17 percent), the UK Independence Party (17 percent), and the British National Party (6 percent)—have, based on the low voter turnout of 35 percent in the two countries, less support than their results suggest.
What is evident in the European election is a sharp social polarisation. Until now, the ruling classes have been able to rely on the social democratic parties and the trade unions to suppress social struggles. The decline of these organisations means that future class confrontations will take a more open and explosive form.
Workers must prepare for such an eventuality. The initiative cannot be left to the ruling class. The electoral gains of ultra-right groupings is a warning. The European working class needs its own party based on a revolutionary and international socialist program.
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
Nordvargr - Interseller
Nordvargr x Beyond Sensory Experience (BSE) x Kenji Siratori -
Cold Spring released the full-length Nordvargr album 'Pyrrhula' in June 2008.2009 sees the much-requested re-issue of Folkstorm 'Victory Or Death' and 'Sweden'.
Formed at the end of 1994 by guitarist/vocalist Morpheas, Greece's Naer Mataron is committed to perpetrating the most extreme brand of black metal imaginable while glorifying their Hellenic heritage with their historically minded lyrics. 1997's "The Great God Pan" demo tape landed the group a deal with Black Lotus Records
Condemned Cathederal - full length album and it is just heavy, barely does this slab of Asphynx grooves and oppressive horror. Elektrokutioner recalls Decrepitatph's strive to sound no different than their contemporaries - contemporaries that were recorded 20 years ago.
" In early days of death metal, the riffs mattered and now they just get lost in a sea of worthless modern non-sense and cheap computer-generated artwork." Furthermore, "To me, death metalis supposed to sound evil more tha anything else. These new waves of band are too concerned with how they need drum triggers and $3000 half-stacks and Pro tools to be deathe metal, and it's just not true"
"Condemned Cathederal was recorded in a little less than a week - 'less is more', indeed. We could do a lot more in our songs if we wanted to, but there's really no point. I'm not out to impress Berklee graduates or make audiophiles gasp at how crystal-clear our production is because neither of those things has everything to do with the vibe of real death metal."
"Condemned Cathederal came out exactly 2 month ago (as per today), and we already have 11 songs written for the next album" With handfull of 7"s, splits and the looming second full banger on the way, these graven doomster will not soon be leaving this mortal coil for the cemetery of ill-forgotten meatl death
origin : Massachusetts, USA
Thursday, 9 April 2009
Wednesday, 8 April 2009
Tuesday, 7 April 2009
This will be my last of paying VAT to Irish Goverment! Irish Government is absolutely RIP OFF!!!
Saturday, 4 April 2009
off Grafton St,
Thursday, 2 April 2009
Above are the pictures showing the situations where everything about Globalisation, Imperialism, Capitalism and Democracy have failing human being. We all love metal, Black, progressive metal, grind core, thrash, hardcore or love metal....but we should reliase that we live in the world where people always make profit from someone else hard works and sweat! Therefore, we should support each other to fight for our right...why we have to bail out bankers? They have impose the interest rate with sky rocket charges, they have given big bonusses to their own kind....but they squizzed our money , our time, working more hours withour any pay...
Sunday, 29 March 2009
Makoto Kusano: vocals
Yasuhiro Kawachi: guitars
Masayoshi Ichinose: drums
Kuniyuki Yoko: bass
Thursday, 26 March 2009
IMPIETY's diabolical birth began in Jan 1990 a formation of 2 namely Shyaithan (guitar/bass/vocals) and Necro-Angelfornicator (drums) under the heavy influence of BATHORY, SARCOFAGO, POSSESSED, old MORBID ANGEL. A rehearsal demo/promo tape was recorded in early ‘91 with this line-up and released in limited quantity.. The band underwent a few line-up changes finding the right maniacs and thus recorded their first demo entitled ‘Ceremonial Necrochrist Redesecration’ which was positively received by the underworld. IMPIETY signed to Shivardashana Records, and its first diabolical release with this label was the ‘Salve the Goat ... Iblis Exelsi’, 2 song 7” single in 94'.
IMPIETY also recorded a 5-song MCD entitled ‘Funeralight…’ due for release early 1997, once again by Shivardarshana. But Shivadarshana shut down, and so the MCD was never pressed. Only recently in 2007 did Agonia Records officially unveil 'Funeralight…' as limited Digi MCD. The band started delivering live carnage beginning of 1997.
IMPIETY recorded 'Skullfucking Armageddon'. 8 songs of uncompromising apocalyptic speed, bestial metal brutality and savagery. Both Dies Irae Productions and Drakkar Productions released this album with Iron Pegasus Records releasing the vinyl version officially. Samhain Recs. (USA) released a cult IMPIETY/PROFANATICA split 7 EP the same year.
The band recorded their long awaited 3rd full length album 3weeks in July 2002 at Berno Studios - Sweden. This album was called 'Kaos Kommand 696'. IMPIETY delivered extensive a number of Live infernos and earthquakes across the South East Asian region. Highlights were the stage holocausts in Bangkok at the Annual God Beheading Live Ritual - Thailand, Formoz Open Air Festival - Taiwan and also the Under the Black Sun Festival in Germany! Towards the end of the year, IMPIETY decided to give boot to Osmose Productions since it saw little prospect working with this label.
Mexican Maldad 2004-2006
IMPIETY signs to Agonia Records for 2 album releases early 2004. Shyaithan establishes a new Mexican line-up! With the new line-up IMPIETY recorded 3 songs at Ambox Studio, Mexico in February, released what is better known as ‘Two Majesties’ an infernal Split EP with SURRENDER OF DIVINITY courtesy of Unholy Horde Records.
The band recorded their 4th full-length album of 8 songs 'Paramount Evil' at Ambox Studios once again, that was release late 2005. The band successfully crushed a 9 date Mexican Assault Tour early August and 5 date Asian Desecration Tour between December - January 05.
A diehard limited Live LP entitled ‘Tormentors of Tijuana’ was released in 120copies by cult Japanese HMSS Records. This recording comes from a live assault launched by IMPIETY in Tijuana, Mexico late 2004. The band records another lethal album: ‘Formidonis Nex Cultus’, released in August 2008. In October 2007 IMPIETY embarks on the ‘Storm of the Antichrist’ European Tour of 18 dates with WATAIN.
IMPIETY unleashes ’18 ATOMIC YEARS – Satanniversary’ Double CD exclusively by Pulverised Records and Double LP released by Agonia Records. And it gets more hellish with the upcoming split 7” EP, IMPIETY / ABHORRENCE – Two Barbarians! Once again all new exclusive tracks. And later part of the year a new 5 track MCD entitled: ‘Dominator’ is released. The band headlines it’s own European tour of 23 dates soon after.
IMPIETY present line-up
Shyaithan – Guitars / Vomit
Rangel Arroyo – Guitars
Tremor – Drums
Oscar Garcia – Drums (Tour)
There were 3 supporting bands playing that night , Nephridium (Irish Death Metal), Eternal Helcaraxe (Irish Black Metal) and Spearhead(English death Metal).
Gone is the unsure stance of the vocalist and slight stiffness around the stage exhibited by band members when they played this same venue a year ago, as a proper air of professionalism is evident, none more so then when the group shred on in confidence despite one guitar going silent due to a broken string.
Eternal Helcaraxe are an entirely different proposition. Being a name that’s been bandied about as a new Irish Black Metal band in the more orthodox sense for a few months now, it’s at least obvious that they’re not taking the visual aspect for granted, with a grand backdrop, and an array of banners, corpse paint, swords and axes being brandished as the group troop out of the wings.
While reflecting on the distance groups have come, it shouldn’t be forgotten that Invictus signees Spearhead have done very well themselves. Now pretty much completely removed from their own more Black Metal beginnings, the all out war that the British band’s latest effort, ‘Decrowning The Irenarch’ offers is a veritable avalanche of militaristic aggression.
The simple, direct bark of the vocals and on-the-button, martial sounding drum rolls help to generate a strong and commanding presence, which is fleshed out by some lead guitar acrobatics of impressive taste and skill.
Impiety are the true draw for many here tonight. It’s not every day a renowned Black Thrash band from Singapore hits Irish shores, but curiosity the draw aside, groups of this underground calibre and longevity are a rare enough occurrence anyway to draw out the old guard in good numbers. Their style is a simple, but extremely effective one, drawing strongly on a fucking mighty drummer to deliver riff after riff of simplistic, even catchy violent thrash, but laced with the unholy roars and blasts of speed that place it on the fringes of war metal territory.
The frontman is an eloquent giant who shreds away like a demon, the band are nothing but patches, sweat and extremely ugly guitars and it’s all seriously enjoyable. The group are genuinely appreciate of the reaction and with some final panted banter (“Dublin…you have no fucking mercy..at all!”) they lash out a new song and wrap it all up. A fine night of extremity ends in style.
Tuesday, 24 March 2009
Formed in 2003, Mass Extinction play intense, intricate Thrash Metal. Since starting on the gigging circuit Mass Extinction have been fortunate enough to support some of their major influences: Exodus, Destruction, Sodom, Onslaught and Nuclear Assault as well as sharing the stage with international acts such as Pungent Stench, G.B.H., Screamin Daemon and Slough Feg.
In 2007 they played alongside numerous well known International acts at the prestigious Way of Darkness festival in Germany, the undisputed home of metal. In August 2007 the band also headlined one of Ireland’s biggest Metal Festivals “Whiplash” in Sligo
Their first EP "Creation Undoing" was hailed as one finest thrash metal band post-millenium.
"Best Ireland trash metal band"- Metal Ireland.com
"This is one amazing band, the kind of band that i'd love to work with someday" - Gary Holt (Exodus)
"Brilliant!!" - Metal-Daze.com
The Datsuns won numerous awards over this period, including NME's 'Best Live Band' and New Zealand Music Awards for 'Best Album', 'Best Group' and 'Breakthrough Artist'.
They played Ozzfest in 2003 on the mainstage alongside the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Marilyn Manson, Korn and Disturbed. They also played the main stage of the 2004 and 2009 Big Day Out festival and opened for Metallica in their Australian tour in 2004. Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich had previously praised The Datsuns on the revival debut of Headbangers Ball before playing their video for "In Love." Their second album, Outta Sight, Outta Mind, was produced by Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones. It didn't receive the same praise as the first, as critics gave it only a lukewarm response.
In October 2006, the Datsuns came back with Smoke & Mirrors, heralded as a return to form in Australia and New Zealand. The album was met with generally positive reviews, although it was not reviewed as widely as the band's first two efforts. After the release of the third album, drummer Matt Osment was replaced by Ben Cole.
The Datsuns went on a New Zealand tour with Shihad during the Christmas/New Year's period 2006/07.The band then completed a tour of Europe to promote Smoke & Mirrors. Although playing mostly locations the band had not previously visited, The Datsuns still managed to sell out the majority of the European dates.
The band's fourth album, Head Stunts, was released on 6 October 2008. The band recently toured New Zealand, Australia and America to try out new songs such as 'Eye Of The Needle', 'Human Error', 'So Long', 'Hey Paranoid People What's In Your Head', 'Your Bones' and the limited edition single 'Highschool Hoodlums'.
To coincide with the release of their latest album, the quartet embarked on a tour of the UK and Europe.
**2 Pictures were taken during their Head Stunt's Tour 2009 in Dublin**
Small gig was taken in place at Think Tank, Temple Bar, Dublin. On the same night, Soulfly were playing in other venue in Dublin. I thought that it would be much fun to see The Datsuns. I bought their first album when it was in small place underground club. I fall in love straight away and i believe this band is the "future for Rock music", this band is much better than The Jet. The tickets were sold out and the venue was packed. I couldn't believe why they play in small place such Think Tank. Why not Button Factory? Why not Ambassador?.
I think they probably try to be close to the fans, more intimate, the more excitement you get. The gig last about 2 hours, covered with Sitting Pretty for 1st opening, MF from Hell, Blackened My Thumb, In Love, Generator, couple other more from their new album. I have couple of recorded videos if you like me to post it in Fashion Is Dead.
I would recommend anyone The Datsuns is worth to listen, if you like Black Sabbath blend with AC/DC add a bit of Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple.... this is the band with energy and make you head bang all night long.
Saturday, 21 March 2009
The band proceeded to write, record and release 2 demo’s and 1 full length live DVD independently. Their material won them an ever expanding Irish fan base and pushed the members to strive for nothing but the best they had to offer. On October 20th 2006, Warpath was overjoyed when they were given the Dublin support slot for technical death metal giants Necrophagist.
The gig went off without a hitch and was the first (but not the last time) the band would be given big support slots in Dublin. After the departure of guitarist Daniel Peshke in December 2006, Warpath went on the hunt for a new guitarist, immediately coming across Eoin Dunne. Eoin showed up to his first practice session and to the rest of the bands astonishment, he had learned their entire set list within four days, he knew every note perfect and played his first gig with the band two days later.
He displayed his dedication a month later when the band headlined ‘Death To Come III’ in Chorzow, Poland alongside some of the best local talent including death metalers Ulcer Uterus and terror black metal merchants Iperyt. The gig was a hit and an experience never to be forgotten by the whole band. Since Eoin Dunne's addition, Warpath have re-recorded their old material along with two brand new tracks and released the result as their debut album.
The CD is titled "Gorefare" and is available now through contact with the band at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, 5 March 2009
Cannibal Corpse is back!
The legendary American death metal band, formed in Buffalo, New York in 1988. The band has released eleven studio albums, one boxed set, and one live album. Although Cannibal Corpse has had virtually no radio or television exposure, a cult following began to build behind the group with albums such as 1991's 'Butchered at Birth' and 1992's 'Tomb of the Mutilated'. Cannibal Corpse reached over 1 million in record sales worldwide in 2003, including 558,929 in the United States, making it one of the top-selling death metal bands of all time
They come back with new album, Evisceration Plague. "It should have guttural vocals. It should be obviously heavy, preferably downtuned, guitars playing dark sounding riffs. Although some slow are acceptable, beyond that there aren't really any rules. If you figure out a new rythm or scale, or a new dimension to death metal then that's great thing. You can look through the history of death metal and see certain bands who have added a new idea to vocabulary of death metal", say Webster.
Samael, the old school Swiss Metallers talk about their new,ninth album Above. This time Vorph, the front is forced to go out of his pupa and got him to explain himself.
"We decided to go and do do a straight metal album playing the kind of music that we were into when we were teenagers", says Vorph. " you should try and express something, not to worry about what reaction will be like. That is going to come later, once the album is recorded and everything is finished, then Okay, I am ready to confront people and present the songs live. That is really where things live or die if they are not good enough. You will never please everyone though and that is something we have known for long time. We should rather be sure that we are happy with what we are doing and then see how it spreads and how it all works", added Vorph with relieves.
Review of Grindcore history, Goregrind, US Grindcore, Crust Grind, Elctro Grinds, Gore Arts and many more.
Essential US Grind Bands voted by listerners:
1) Brutal truth - Extreme Condition
2) Replusion - Horrified
3) Pig Destroyer - Prowler in The Yard
4) Assuck - Anticapital
5) Enemy Soul - Casualities of Progress
Classic Album review - King Diamond - (ABIGAIL)
Abigail achieved a new level of occult theatrics while reinventing the concept of album. A multilayered yarn of black horsemen, buried secrets, and numerology.
"King is a living legend, and has always been cooll with us" - Abbath, Immortal
Still Lamb of God is the main subject in this magazine, Randy Blythe spoke to Terrorizer about Wrath and music scene. Doro the living legend of metal devil women speaks on her favourite bands. Album of the month is Gin by Cobalt. With Gin, Cobalt's sound has been visited by fascinating evolution, becoming more grandiose with each passing belt; this is hypnotical soul music for the bitter. from Fashion is Dead, we reckon listern to new Metallica...forget about Death Magnetic, Mantic Ritual come to re-create Kill 'Em All album with additional Beneath The Remains as spices. Check out their new album "Executioner" out from Nuclear Blast