Tag Archive: Century Media Records

Feb 02

FIRESPAWN – new album “The Reprobate”, cover artwork revealed

Swedish devil worshippers FIRESPAWN have announced the release of “The Reprobate”, the follow-up album of 2015’s much lauded debut album “Shadow Realms”. Today the band unveils the cover artwork, as you can see above. It’s an excerpt of a huge painted piece of artwork, done by Mr. Paolo Girardi, who has been responsible for the …

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Feb 01

VAMPIRE – new album “With Primeval Force” announced, cover artwork revealed

Fierce as ten furies Terrible as hell VAMPIRE have unveiled the cover for their upcoming second full length album “With Primeval Force”, a monstrous piece of handcrafted art by renowned artist Nick Keller: http://cargocollective.com/nickbkeller  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Dec 13

Markus Vanhala of Omnium Gatherum talks about their busiest year ever

Finnish sextet Omnium Gatherum have been slowly but steadily becoming a regular band to tour the US as they are just completing their third visit as part of the Sonata Arctica tour along with Leaves Eyes. Omnium Gatherum gained the love and respect from the American crowds after completing two almost consecutive tours with Dark Tranquillity and …

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Nov 10

ARCH ENEMY – announce 2017 DVD and live shows!

As The Stages Burn! ARCH ENEMY presents their new live DVD taken from their largest stage production to date and unforgettable performance last summer at the WACKEN OPEN AIR Festival in Germany. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jul 25

Maik Weichert of Heaven Shall Burn talks about The Wanderer at Hellfest

Heaven Shall Burn is one of the most noticeable bands in the metalcore scene since their formation almost 20 years ago they have shaped their own sound along with laying the foundations for the global sound of metalcore. Heaven Shall Burn last album VETO was an example of how heavily and aggressive this band could …

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Jul 19

Victor Brandt of Entombed A.D. discussed Hellfest & Beer

Entombed A.D. was one of the most amazing bands who played at Hellfest. This is one of the bands I’ve been excited about since their influence on the metal scene is the strongest today than it has ever been. My first time seeing them was when they played in Tampa, supporting Amon Amarth. Use Facebook …

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May 16

Andrea Ferro of Lacuna Coil discussed touring, food and 70000 Tons of Metal (Part II)

Delirium, the new album from Italian gothic metal outfit Lacuna Coil is set to be released on May 27th via Century Media Records, in the meantime, the band is on a North American tour promoting the record. They recently played at the Marquee Theater in Tempe, AZ. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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May 13

Andrea Ferro of Lacuna Coil discussed the new album Delirium (Part I)

Lacuna Coil‘s is about to released their new studio album titled Delirium, currently, the band is touring North America promoting the album. This album not only is the heaviest record that they have released so far but it also introduces their fan base to a more fresh sound opening the doors to a new era in …

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Apr 12

Sven de Caluwe of Aborted discusses Retrogore & admits he’s Freddy Krueger

There is no death metal band more unmerciful than Aborted. Everyone knows this band has the power to reduce you to blood and guts. Every shredding solo or blast beat sounds like ripping flesh. Mixed in with Sven de Caluwe’s vocals, this band hooks you by your own flesh and perpetually drags you around. And …

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Mar 31

Aborted – Retrogore (2016)

Have you ever not listened to Aborted and felt like some maniac was gorging through an open wound. Are you not surprised that their new album Retrogore sounds like a power trip on meth and virgin blood? If you answered yes to the previous questions, then you should totally check out this album! Use Facebook …

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Mar 14

Nick & Steve of Paradise Lost discussed 70000 Tons of Metal & The Plague Within

Since I discovered Gothic and Draconian Times, two of the most impressive albums by English gothic metal maestros Paradise Lost, I was in love with their music. Paradise Lost‘s music has always channelled sadness and sorrow in a way in which those feelings can be acknowledged and embrace in the same way as we embrace …

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