Tag: Vallenfyre

Jun 12

Greg Mackintosh of Vallenfyre discussed Fear Those Who Fear Him

Vallenfyre just released their third studio album titled Fear Those Who Fear Him, a collection of 10 crushing songs that together clocked exactly at 39:00 minutes, It might seems short compared with Splinters (2014) and A Fragile King (2011), but fear not as Vallenfyre really have been busy polishing their already dark and raw sound. …

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Jun 06

VALLENFYRE Debut Grim Video For “THE MERCILESS TIDE” via CLRVYNT

Following the successful release of their third full-length studio album, “Fear Those Who Fear Him”, on June 2 via Century Media Records, crusty doom/death metallists’ VALLENFYRE have unveiled a horror-themed music video for the single, “The Merciless Tide”. Directed and filmed by Ash Pears (System of A Down, The Sisters of Mercy), the video is now …

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Jun 02

VALLENFYRE Release New Album “Fear Those Who Fear Him” Today!

“Fear Those Who Fear Him”, the third album from crusty death/doom outfit VALLENFYRE has been unleashed upon mankind today! Guitarist/vocalist Greg Mackintosh (Paradise Lost) comments: “The filthy beast that is “Fear Those Who Fear Him” is out now so grab a copy and annoy your neighbours!” Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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May 30

VALLENFYRE launch third single, “Nihilist”; New album out June 2

To further whet your appetite for “Fear Those Who Fear Him”, the third album by crusty death/doom outfit VALLENFYRE, and also allow you a sneak peek at its wonderful vinyl edition, here is “Nihilist”, a short and vicious assault on all senses. Guitarist/vocalist Greg Mackintosh (Paradise Lost) comments: Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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May 19

VALLENFYRE DEBUT “AN APATHETIC GRAVE” LYRIC VIDEO VIA DECIBEL

Following an exclusive premiere with DECIBEL MAGAZINE, death metal heavyweights VALLENFYRE have announced the lyric video debut of their newest single, “An Apathetic Grave”. Described as “a crushing, dark slab of death/doom”, check it out through Decibel HERE or streaming via YouTube directly below. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Apr 07

VALLENFYRE Release “Kill All Your Masters” Video

Crusty Death/Doom outfit VALLENFYRE will release its third album, Fear Those Who Fear Him, via Century Media Records on June 2nd. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 20

VALLENFYRE – announce release date for “Fear Those Who Fear Him”!

Crusty Death/Doom outfit VALLENFYRE has set June 2nd, 2017 as release date for its third album, Fear Those Who Fear Him, via Century Media Records. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jan 18

VALLENFYRE Enter Studio To Record New Full-Length Album

Crusty Death/Doom Metal outfit VALLENFYRE have returned to GodCity Studios in frozen Salem, MA to record the follow up to their sophomore album “Splinters” (2014). The new album is entitled Fear Those Who Fear Him and will see the band recording as a three piece for the first time. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Apr 02

The Unplanned Path: A Conversation with Greg Mackintosh of Vallenfyre

I was introduced to Vallenfyre in 2011 during the press days previous to the release of their début album, A Fragile King. The band was founded by vocalist Greg Mackintosh (Paradise Lost) as a grief response to his dad passing in 2009, the album itself is full of doom melodies with really heavy and intense riffs, and …

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Mar 30

Tomas Lindberg of At The Gates discussed touring & At War With Reality with The Age Of Metal

The 2015 Decibel Magazine tour kicked off last Friday at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA. The bill for this edition of the tour is extremely heavy as it is diverse as well; UK’s Vallenfyre is the band in charge of opening the show, follow by Pallbearer, Converge, and the godfathers of melodic death metal, …

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Dec 22

Miguel’s Top 20 Albums of 2014

Once again, like every year I see myself in the difficult task of picking the best albums of the year. This year was again difficult as not only the quantity and quality of music that passed through my desk was higher and better than the one in previous years. You might not find many of the …

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