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Tag Archives: Immortal

Immortal members fight over name trademark (again)

Posted by on August 5, 2020

Norwegian metal band Immortal have another name dispute on their hands. Harald “Demonaz Doom Occulta” Nævdal and Reidar “Horgh” Horghagen are at odds after Nævdal registered a trademark for the band’s name exclusively for himself. According to a report by VG on July 13, 2020, the trademark was filed back in July 2019 and granted […]

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New & Noteworthy: January 31st – God Bless the New Releases

Posted by on February 2, 2020

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new releases from Lorna Shore, Deathwhite, and more as well as a solo release from Sevendust’s Clint Lowery. For last week’s new releases you can check out the last […]

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Abbath crab walks his way to Philadelphia to rot slowly with Obituary

Posted by on October 24, 2019

Obituary/Abbath October 21, 2019 @ Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA This fall Abbath has decided to venture out of Blashyrk and it’s long, cold winters to, ironically, team up with Floridian swamp sportsmen, Obituary. It seems to be a new trend these days; match up second wave black metal icons with those from the death metal […]

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Abbath’s ‘Outstrider’ expertly blends his signature speed with a bit more nuance

Posted by on June 26, 2019

If you’re expecting Abbath Part II – a continuation of the first Abbath solo record, you’re going to be disappointed. Certainly Abbath’s first release was beyond incredible and, quite frankly, far better than Immortal’s new album 2018’s Northern Chaos Gods, which was certainly good, but clearly missing one particular element – and that being Mr. Olve […]

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Abbath returns with sophomore record “Outstrider”

Posted by on March 15, 2019

  Former Immortal frontman, Abbath has returned with his solo sophomore record Outstrider. The album is scheduled to be released July 5th through Season of Mist and was recorded at Norway’s Dub Studios with producer Endre Kirkesola (Sirenia, Green Carnation). This will be the first record without bassist King Ov Hel after he left last year due to […]

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Ten metal reunions we’d love to see but probably never will

Posted by on January 31, 2019

We might already be a month in to 2019, and this year has been peppered with great news on upcoming tours, but there’s still a good 10+ months to give metal fans what they’ve been salivating for. Here’s our Top 10 reunions we’d like to see: 10) Deicide – 1989-2004 lineup   Glen Benton – […]

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Rolling Stone unveils their top 20 metal albums of 2018

Posted by on December 12, 2018

We’ve seen year-end lists from both Revolver and Decibel, and now, Rolling Stone have revealed their top 20 Best Metal Albums of 2018. While Ghost’s latest effort Prequelle doesn’t appear on this list, Judas Priest and Immortal have made it. Each list that has surfaced only proves 2018 was a great year for new music. Check out […]

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Decibel Magazine unveils their top 40 metal albums of 2018

Posted by on November 15, 2018

Decibel Magazine have revealed their top 40 Albums of 2018, which means we have at least a month to revisit this year’s new releases. We have to say, seeing Decibel’s list makes us want to spend the entire weekend listening to these records as they’ve made quite the selection. Check out their list below and […]

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Metal By Numbers 9/21: This week was Clutch

Posted by on September 21, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Maryland hard rockers Clutch have returned with Book of Bad Decisions and as the charts show, they have upped their game. You can also see them live right now as they are touring across North […]

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Metal By Numbers 9/12: The charts are not worthy of Alice Cooper

Posted by on September 12, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Has Alice Cooper ever stopped touring? I’m not so sure. If you look at his Wikipedia page you can find a four year gap from 1982-1986 and again from 1991-1995. Otherwise, it feels like […]

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