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Tag Archives: Candlelight Records

Dissident Aggression: Pestilence Spreads Across The Land…

Posted by on November 8, 2013

Some bands come back from the dead just for the sake of it.  Maybe it’s boredom, maybe it’s the thought of cashing in on all the “retro” going on in the metal world today.  Whatever it is, those bands come off as uninspired and, worse, a shell of their former glories.  Dutch greats Pestilence are […]

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CMJ Metal Panel recap: Metal continues to evolve

Posted by on October 18, 2013

A panel of metal industry experts got together today on the New York University campus for the CMJ Music Marathon to discuss “The Struggle For Metal’s Soul,” attempting to decipher what metal explosions of the decade have meant for the genre. But the conference wasn’t just about those involved in creating, discovering and distributing the […]

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A New Ihsahn Track To Brighten Your Day

Posted by on September 12, 2013

Ihsahn put out his fourth solo album Eremita just last year and more recently a pretty sweet charity single, but he’s already got another album on the way. And from the sound of this new track, it’s going to be friggin’ awesome. “Hiber” is the latest track from Ihsahn and there’s a few things going on […]

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Dissident Aggression: Breathing In The Evil With Demon Lung

Posted by on May 24, 2013

What makes a good doom band?  Sludgy guitars so thick they are the aural equivalent of molasses?   Sabbath-like rhythm sections that do so much more than just ‘keep the time’?  A vocalist with massive pipes, whether it be the clean or growling variety?  Most likely what makes a truly great doom record is when all […]

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Havok Announce New Tour; You Want To Go

Posted by on May 16, 2013

While it won’t be until this Summer that we’ll get to hear Denver thrash outfit Havok’s third album, Unnatural Selection, the band have announced that they’ll be playing their first-ever headlining tour in support of it. The band’s US tour kicks off on June 21, just four days before release of the album. After a three-date […]

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Hardcore Moves: Terror And Earth Crisis Find New Label Homes

Posted by on January 17, 2013

Century Media Records may be on a signing spree as of late, but they’ve just lost two notable hardcore groups from their roster. That includes Terror and Earth Crisis, both of whom have found new label homes. First comes Terror, who has signed a new deal with Victory Records. Vocalist Scott Vogel had the following […]

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DISSIDENT AGGRESSION: ZATOKREV – THE BAT, THE WHEEL AND THE LONG ROAD TO NOWHERE

Posted by on January 9, 2013

Welcome to Dissident Aggression, where we sow the future, reap the present and highlight the past to bring you the underground of The Underground…   Switzerland.  The land of delicious cheese and beautiful scenery…and the occasional amazing metal band.  For a nation that has historically stayed so peaceful and serene they sure can churn out […]

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Video: Watch Corrosion Of Conformity “Feed On” Themselves

Posted by on November 20, 2012

Last week, Corrosion of Conformity released music for the second time this year. The Megalodon EP was released last week as a free download from everyone’s favorite purveyors of cars and metal, Scion A/V. Not content with just releasing that, they’ve also released a video of the band recording “Feed On,” the opening track from the […]

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Download The New Corrosion Of Conformity EP For Free From Scion A/V

Posted by on November 13, 2012

Corrosion of Conformity took a lot of people by surprise earlier this year with the release of their self-titled album, which came out on Candlelight. Not only was the album a return to form, it also marked the return of heir original lineup. They must have been inspired, because there’s already a follow-up EP. Megalodon is […]

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Vision Of Disorder Brooklyn Show To Double As Benefit For Hurricane Sandy Victims

Posted by on November 12, 2012

As many know, the East Coast was devastated several weeks ago by Hurricane Sandy. While those not in the area might have looked at pictures and moved on, the devastation is far from over. There are still many in Long Island that don’t have power two weeks later, and countless people on Staten Island and […]

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