Written By Braddon S. Williams aka “The Concert Critic”

On this date in history, 9/20/2019, Willie Nelson brought his Outlaw Music Festival to Deer Creek in Noblesville, IN for a diverse night of musical magic.

Nelson has used the Outlaw Music Festival format for the last couple of years, bringing a package of artists on tour that fluctuates from city to city. On the night of our show, the lineup included Katie Pruitt, Jamestown Revival, Allison Krauss, Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, and Willie Nelson And The Family.

By the time I arrived at the venue, Katie Pruitt had already finished her set, and I listened to only a small portion of the Jamestown Revival’s performance, which was pleasant sounding old fashioned country music.

Allison Krauss continued the laid back and stripped down approach during her time on stage. Her band all sounded fine, but Krauss herself sang like an angel; a really glorious voice that is undeniable. I make no claims to being any kind of expert on this more purified country music, and Krauss only performed one song that I recognized, “I’ll Fly Away” from the soundtrack to the film O Brother, Where Art Thou?, but I recognize quality in any style of music and I have to say that Willie Nelson had nothing but high quality acts on this tour.

I was thrilled that Indiana got the one tour date featuring Robert Plant, as it made our show even more special and unique, and because Plant fronted my favorite band of all time, the legendary Led Zeppelin.

Plant and his band (the aptly named Sensational Space Shifters) kicked off their set with Zeppelin’s What Is And What Should Never Be, but they tweaked the arrangement to make it more country influenced, and it was a spectacular effect. This rootsy gumbo approach found most of the songs crossing all sorts of genre boarders, including rock, blues, cajun, jazz, electronica, and of course, country.

Several other classics from the Zeppelin catalogue, including Black Dog, The Battle Of Evermore, and Gallow’s Pole, all were transformed into fascinating new shapes, and Plant’s vocals were simply incredible. Like a baseball pitcher who no longer has a reliable fastball, but has developed a wicked change-up and a deadly curveball, Plant has transformed his vocal style to match his age. The high notes are still within reach (as he dramatically proved conclusively on several key moments), but Plant is a cagey veteran who knows when to strike hard and when to remain subtle. Adding to the majestic vocals were his charming anecdotes and insights into the influence that country music had on his musical taste while growing up in Wales. The capacity crowd ate it all up and gave Plant and his band several thunderous ovations.

Willie Nelson is a national treasure, and so is his guitar, Trigger. This was my first time to witness these legends, and I was in awe of the man’s vitality at the venerable age of 86. Nelson’s singing voice literally sounds like it hasn’t changed or aged since the 1970’s…and that wonderful tone that Trigger produces when Willie plays it is magical and makes me smile just remembering how great it was to experience. I was thrilled that Willie paid tribute to some of his peers, fellow legends like Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams during his set. All the iconic songs were played; On The Road Again, Roll Me Up And Smoke Me When I Die, Georgia On My Mind, and the Family played excellently throughout.

The shows at Deer Creek are supposed to end at 11:00 pm, but Willie played until 11:30, because although he is old, Willie Nelson is still a badass! In conclusion, I was thrilled to be at this show.

It was the first concert I’ve ever attended where there were not one, but two vendors selling cowboy hats, and for less than $30 I heard an angel (Krauss), a golden god (Plant), and a national treasure (Nelson)…not to mention witnessed the most legendary guitar outside of B.B. King’s Lucille. Thanks, Willie!

On This Date in History

There is absolutely no way that when Suaka drummer John Mollusk took teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg’s recent UN speech and turned it into a death metal song that he knew how popular the track would become. But the thing has truly taken on a life of its own, going viral not just in metal circles, but in the “real world,” too (i.e. friends who don’t care about metal have asked me about it). Why, Thunberg herself gave it the thumbs up!

Swedish teenager and climate change activist Greta Thunberg has become a divisive figure in, of all places, the metal scene. Days after her furious speech to the United Nations, which led Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale to call her “our modern day Joan of Arc”, one musician decided to set her speech to death metal — a move that Greta supported with good humor, even as droves of psychos used it to call her a crisis actor. Now, not only is the death metal version of Greta’s speech available for purchase as a digital single, but all proceeds go to Greenpeace.

Mollusk is putting the track’s popularity to good use, too: he’s teamed with Despotz Records to release the song, now called “How Dare You,” under the moniker G.T (which I assumed stands for “Greta Thunberg”), with all proceeds going to Greenpeace. You can get it on all the various platforms here, with some sweet cover art (above) to boot.

And here’s the original viral video, if you missed it:

The cover was created by John Merideth of New York City-based metal trio Suaka. “When I saw her speech, I was very impressed by her passion and outrage,” John told Rolling Stone. “And the words she chose just evoked the darkness of the metal music I love: Entombed, Gojira, At the Gates, Sepultura…I guess I didn’t really have a specific intent other than to turn her brutal words into a metal song. My personal stance is that individuals need to do their part to strive to conserve and preserve our environment…

“Teen angst can be a powerful and important driving force in society, for instance the Arab spring,” he continued. “But there is an element of satire and levity regarding the tone and the music.”

The Greta Thunberg Death Metal Song Is Now Available for Purchase, With All Profits Going to Greenpeace

Scotland’s ATLAS : EMPIRE New Music Video ‘Our Hands Part The Waves’

Signs To WormHoleDeath Records For Reissue of Debut Album “The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet”

Canadian Tour This Coming October

UK Tour Dates In November

L-R – Robert Hasebe (Bassist), Jamie Sturt (Guitar and Vocals), Steven Gillies (Guitar and Vocals

Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire are proud to announce their debut album “The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet” released independently during December 2018will now be reissued via WormHoleDeath Records on October 25th, 2019

The band adds:

“We’re excited to enter a new chapter of the band in partnership with Carlo & the WHD team. And for those unfamiliar with our latest release, The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet’ is a concept album that explores what would happen to humanity if we became entirely reliant on technology/automation in every aspect of our lives – and more importantly, what happens when that system fails?”

Weaving their way between the multitudes of different genres that influence them, the trio visits the worlds of heavy progressive rock and expansive ambient shoegaze. To date the band has released 3 EPs, “To The Astronaut…” (2012); “Somnus” (2013) and “For the Satellites” (2015) with “The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet” as their 2018 debut full length. 

In addition to the news of their label signing, the band released a new video for the track Our Hands Part The Waves’,  which you can view here

The video is a continuation of the storyline presented in their previous video for ‘It’s All In The Reflexes’, which you can view here.

The trio will also be returning to Eastern Canada this October with eight gigs spanning across Ontario and Quebec followed by UK dates in November. After a busy summer of writing and European festival dates, the Scottish band is excited to come back to the homeland of their bassist Robert Hasebe and he quotes:

“Touring Canada is by far one of the most enjoyable things for Atlas : Empire. The unique challenges and rewards of touring this part of the world are what make Canadian artists and performers truly great. They are not only so wonderful to work with but also so friendly and exceptional at their craft. Canada produces so many good bands and such talented musicians that we are so fortunate and so grateful to be able to tour here regularly. Also, poutine.”

For fans of Thrice, Circa SurviveGlassjaw, and At The Drive-InAtlas : Empire can be seen live on the following dates:

Oct 16  – Hamilton, ON – Doors
Oct 17 – Waterloo, ON – Harmony
Oct 18 – Toronto, ON – Bovine Sex Club
Oct 19 – Barrie, ON – The Foxx Lounge
Oct 20 – Sudbury, ON – AsylumOct 23 – Windsor, ON – Green Bean Café
Oct 24 – Guelph, ON –  Red PapayaOct 25 – Ottawa, ON – Pressed
Oct 26 – Montreal, QC – Brasserie Beaubien

Nov 26 – Leeds – LS6
Nov 27 – London – Off The Cuff
Nov 28 – Birmingham – Subside
Nov 29 – Nottingham – JT Soar
Nov 30 – Luton – Castle Live

For More Info:


Atlas : Empire are a progressive alternative rock band, based in Glasgow, UK. Since forming in 2011, Atlas : Empire have enjoyed success both through their recordings and over several tours crossing the UK, the EU and Eastern Canada, including performing at Indieweek in Toronto.

To date the band has released 3 EPs, “To The Astronaut…” (2012); “Somnus” (2013) and “For the Satellites” (2015) with “The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet”, an ambitious concept album set to be released in 2018.

Weaving their way between the multitudes of different genres that influence them, Atlas : Empire visits the worlds of heavy progressive rock and expansive ambient shoegaze. Exploring topics that centralize around the concept of becoming exponentially more reliant on technology and less “connected” by proxy, and the future of modern society when the system we rely on fails. With a slew of songs written and plans already for a fifth release, A : E are thrilled to be working with the team at WormHoleDeath and to push their own boundaries and expand into new territories.

“Modern Progressive Rock in the vein of Arcane Roots, with nods to the atmospherics of Post-Rock and some of the eccentric timings of Math Rock.” – Prog Magazine

“Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire offer an exciting take on contemporary Prog, marrying Post-Rock expanse with the wilder, heavier sounds of the likes of Black Peaks and At The Drive-In.” – Total Guitar “Atlas : Empire succeed on the strength of their musicianship, songwriting, and the lasting impact of the songs themselves.” – New Noise“The Stratosphere Beneath Our Feet is one of those records you’ll argue with your friends about who discovered it first” – Raw Music TV

“Brimming with stunning displays of ethereal melodicism,  Atlas : Empire have delivered an assured debut that deserves to be considered alongside the best of British Progressive music.” – Uber Rock

ATLAS : EMPIRE New Music Video; Signs To WormHoleDeath Records For Reissue of Debut Album Plus Tour

Rockshots Records: ENEMYNSIDE Music Video ‘Frozen Prison Cell’; New Album “Chaos Machine” Out Oct 25

L-R – Matteo Bellezza (guitars), Fabio Migliori (drums), Andrea Pistone (bass), Francesco Cremisini (vocals/guitars)

Italian thrashers ENEMYNSIDE have released their new music video ‘Frozen Prison Cell’, the first single off their forthcoming album “Chaos Machine” due out October 25th via Rockshots Records.

“This track is about Soviet gulags, something I’ve been fascinated by reading books about labour camps in the Soviet Union. Francesco wrote the music and chose this lyrics, which fits perfectly with the atmosphere of the song. In the video you can see a prisoner trying to escape from the labor camp, but the prison he gets himself into is the boundless frozen land of Siberia.” says guitarist Matteo Bellezza.

Music Video – ‘Frozen Prison Cell’ here.

Active since 1994 as Scapegoat, in 1999 the band changed its name to ENEMYNSIDE. During their career, the band have toured Italy and Europe sharing the stage with bands such as Destruction, Dismember, Blaze Bayley, Paul Di Anno, Necrodeath, Extrema, Kiko LoureiroFlotsam And Jetsam and many more. 

The band’s anticipated 2019 full length album “Chaos Machine” features ten aggressive and relentless thrash tracks focusing on the sentiment of being trapped (both physically and metaphorically) by the world’s social injustices, control systems such as religious institutions and political authorities, totalitarianism and dictatorships.

The album follows the band’s catalog of EPs and albums “Dead Nation Army” (2016), “Whatever Comes” (2012) (Mighty Music/Target Distribution), “In The Middle of Nowhere” first released in 2007 on Sleazy Rider Records and re-released in 2008 through Hatestone Records/New Model and “Let The Madness Begin…” (2003) (Temple Of Noise/Frontiers Records).

“Chaos Machine” Album Pre-Order via Rockshots Recordshere.

Track Listing:
1. Faceless
2. Black Mud
3. Suffered Defeat
4. Frozen Prison Cell
5. Deadline
6. System Failure
7. The Terror
8. Shitstorm
9. No God In Kolyma
10. Devoured

For More Info:

Tools new album Fear Inoculum is out today and the band has released Tour dates on their social media pages.

Tickets are on-sale Sept. 6 at 10 am local time, with a limited number of tickets will be available to Tool Army members on Sept. 4. Tool Army information, as well as VIP package details, can be found via Toolband.com.

October 13 Sacramento, CA Aftershock Festival

October 15 Denver, CO Pepsi Center

October 18 Salt Lake City, UT Vivint Smart Home Arena

October 20 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center

October 21 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center

October 23 Glendale, AZ Gila River Arena

October 25 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center

October 27 Houston, TX Toyota Center

October 29 Tulsa, OK BOK Center

October 31 Milwaukee, WI Fiserv Forum

November 2 Indianapolis, IN Banker’s Life Fieldhouse

November 3 Chicago, IL United Center

November 5 Cincinnati, OH US Bank Arena

November 6 Cleveland, OH Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse

November 8 Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints Arena

November 9 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena

November 11 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena

November 12 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena

November 14 Boston, MA TD Garden

November 16 Newark, NJ Prudential Center

November 18 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center

November 19 Brooklyn, NY Barclay’s Center

November 21 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Casino Arena

November 22 Atlantic City, NJ Boardwalk Hall

November 24 Raleigh, NC PNC Arena

November 25 Washington, DC Capitol One Arena

Tool Album Fear Inoculum Released Today, Tour-dates Announced

Written By Braddon S. Williams aka “The Concert Critic

On this date in history, 8/24/2019, Iron Maiden brought their Legacy Of The Beast Tour to Deer Creek in Noblesville, IN, and what a magnificent show it was!

The Raven Age were the warmup act, and the London based melodic metalcore band seemed to be well received by the early crowd. I didn’t really connect with their style, but have to acknowledge that they had a good mix and professional staging and lights.

I’m sure that one of their guitarists being the son of Iron Maiden’s Steve Harris probably has a lot to do with them being on this prestigious tour. Nonetheless, they played with enthusiasm and youthful energy, and are undoubtedly having the time of their lives on that stage.

After a quick set change, Iron Maiden hit the ground running, unveiling a replica of a World War II Spitfire plane suspended above them as they played a thrilling full throttle aural assault on their classic opener, Aces High.

From the get go, Bruce Dickinson was in perpetual motion, exhorting the capacity crowd of diehard Maiden fans to sing along and share in this larger than life experience.

Dickinson’s voice was a razor edged wonder that night; powerful and still capable of hitting the highest notes of his considerable vocal range.

After Aces High, with the plane being manipulated to appear as if it were in flight and looking at times as if it were about to dive into the crowd, Maiden immediately launched into Where Eagles Dare and then 2 Minutes To Midnight.

Dickinson made a speech and informed us that there would be no new material and that we were basically being treated to a “best of” Maiden set. He said they were originally going to end the show with the plane, but then decided to open with it, and then make everything else better. This drew a roar of approval from the faithful, and it turned out to be a true statement, as the band just kept adding song after song to this incredible display of how to stage an epic heavy metal show.

As a guitarist, I have to say that the triple threat of Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, and Janick Gers were just phenomenal. All three contributed stunning solo work and blended together with harmony lines and the chugging, galloping rhythms that are the hallmark of the Iron Maiden sound.

Steve Harris (bass) and Nicko McBrain (drums) propelled everything with that relentless precision that everything else is built on top of.

Some of the later highlights for me were The Evil That Men Do, Fear Of The Dark, The Number Of The Beast, The Trooper, Flight Of Icarus,and Hallowed Be Thy Name.

Honestly, there wasn’t a weak moment in Maiden’s entire time on stage.

Kudos to the sound man for keeping Dickinson’s voice on top of everything else, for spotlighting each guitarist and making the solos stand out, and for keeping the bottom end full and bright at the same time.

The lights, staging, props, and of course Eddie, were all fantastic as well. All that is left to say is “Up The Irons!”

On This Date in History

Written By Tito Vespasiani

This smashes. Gohrgone from France! Thick, super groovy death metal reminding me a bit of Dyscarnate, early Decapitated or even Dying Fetus (less techy, but that’s the overall vibe). Check it out! https://gohrgone.bandcamp.com/album/in-oculis

Fantastic album. Sounds like “Gateways” from Morbid Angel and Altar’s Paramnesia meeting very early Portal. The results is a more accessible and catchy than the last band to be mentioned yet dark as fuck. Very interesting mix. The Ominous Circle.

This album was just great!

Always had a soft spot for this track. So soothing in a way. Hey, I’m a sensitive boy sometimes.

Gorefest – False

FILTH! New LORD GORE Band out now via Everlasting Spew Records. Old school death gore metal w/ members of Ritual Necromancy, Torture Rack, Ascended Dead.

Stream: https://everlastingspewrecords.bandcamp.com/album/scalpels-for-blind-surgeons

CDs and shirts available at http://www.everlastingspew.com

Selvans, Black Metal from Italy. This is horror in music. One of the most interesting things I came across to in recent times. This album is all over the place, gathering vibes from Kampfar, very early Cradle Of Filth, even The Visions Bleak to an extent. Neofolk interludes, organs and even some kind of a Morricone feeling on one of the tracks which could bring stuff in the vein of Volahn to mind. Give this a try. You’ll most likely think it’s strange as fuck at first, and then you’ll love it. Trust me. https://selvans.bandcamp.com/album/faunalia

My dudes in Nothingness have dropped a GREAT death metal album today. Dark, sinister, old schoolish. Check out these dudes from Minneapolis, same place who recently gave birth to Void Rot as well. Something dark is going on there. And I like it. https://nothingnessmn.bandcamp.com/album/the-hollow-gaze-of-death?fbclid=IwAR20hughD2LO0Aj1HvnYnYw3jPooPUWuYnzSr5UfOSPAeZGo9ea7QhSMnU4

Another great tour confirmed for Vitriol , these guys are on a roll and hitting Europe again next Spring with Krisiun and Gruesome! Are you going to attend any of these shows?

Vitriol’s debut “Pain will define their death” is still available in the Everlasting Spew Records shop!

New Insomnium track! This will be a strong Autumn for Century Media Records, this album drops on October 4th while new Hideous Divinity drops on November 8th.

#CenturyMedia #DeathMetal

Giuseppe Di Giorgio Phillip Sanio Sara Stellacci Ryan Wills Travis Macleod


“Desecrator. Violator. Devastator. Messenger of Death!”

This is just SHARP and deadly. TheCrownOfficial

My friends Dictated dropped a new vid! Sick dutch death metal featuring also Julien of Benighted on this track. This is gross, twisted, disgusting… and I LOVE IT. Great job Yessica Netto!

New track from my brothers Vacivus! This is top quality obscure Death Metal from the UK. Jam it right now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWF8_v9NXzw&list=PLO7vYIfXhlyy8lNgcWJyReYbS4WFcHM6i


“Ladies and Gentlemen,

The cathartic hunt of “Unsettling Whispers” still pumps in the veins of the Lost Society and we can now announce a long awaited Grand European Raid this coming fall, through some familiar and some unknown cities alongside people we respect and praise, Numenorean from Canada. We now invite you to a Massive march in Catharsis that shall make its way from North to South of Europe, marking the glorious arrival of the coldest breeze this Winter will ever feel.

We’re looking forward to visit Denmark, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, France, Netherlands and UK. It’s been a long wait. General Tickets and Exclusive tour Items to be posted soon.


05.12 Copenhagen (DK) – Spillestedet Stengade

06.12 Aarlborg (DK) – 1000Fryd

07.12 Münster (GER) – Wintermelodei 2019

08.12 Hamburg (GER) – Hafenklang

09.12 Berlin (GER) – Badehaus Berlin

10.12 Cologne (GER) – Helios

11.12 Mainz (GER) – Schön Schön

12.12 Münich (GER) – Backstage München

14.12 Graz (AT) – Club Q

15.12 Vienna (AT) – Viper Room Vienna

16.12 Koper (SI) – Center mladih Koper

18.12 Colmar (FR) – Le Grillen

19.12 Haarlem (NL) – Patronaat Haarlem

20.12 Terneuzen (NL) – Podium In Terneuzen

21.12 London (UK) – Boston Music Room

Management and Booking: Tito Vespasiani | Tito.dta@gmail.com

Doomstar Bookings | Transcending Obscurity Records | Season of Mist | Legacy – The Voice From The Dark Side | Metalleux de France | Zware Metalen | Soultone Cymbals

Blasting the FORBIDDEN TUNES. … I like this track 👀

Listening to this SepticFlesh album again after ages today. My taste has changed since 2011 and I don’t listen to much stuff like this anymore, but this aged greatly. The symphonic work is simply outstanding and still strong. Majestic album.

“Simulacrum” out on November 8th via Century Media Records. First track and preorders in two weeks.

Booking and management: Tito Vespasiani tito.dta@gmail.com

Everlasting Spew Records update: Memento Mori titles now in the shop! These are absolutely great. Top quality old school death and death doom! Find them at http://www.everlastingspew.com

-Ataraxy “Curse Of The Requiem Mass + Rotten Shit” (CD) 7.99€

-Atavisma “The Chthonic Rituals” (CD) 7.99€

-Barús “Drowned” (CD) 7.99€

-Damnatory “The Complete Disgoregraphy 1991-2003” (CD) 7.99€

-Dead Conspiracy “Dead Conspiracy” (CD) 7.99€

-Filtheater “Blight Of Sempiternal Putrefaction” (CD) 7.99€

-Funeralopolis “…Of Death / …Of Prevailing Chaos” (CD) 7.99€

-Horrisonous “A Culinary Cacophony” (CD) 7.99€

-Infamovs “Under The Seals Of Death” (CD) 7.99€

-Morbid Messiah “Demoniac Paroxysm” (CD) 7.99€

-Morbo “Addiction To Musickal Dissection” (CD) 7.99€

-Petrification “Hollow Of The Void” (CD) 7.99€

-Pile Of Excrements “Escatology” (CD) 7.99€

-Ravenous Death “Chapters Of An Evil Transition” (CD) 7.99€

-Ruin “Human Annihilation” (CD) 7.99€

-Shrine Of The Serpent “Entropic Disillusion” (CD) 7.99€

-Thanatos “Thanatology: Terror From The Vault” (2CD) 11.99€

-Vile Apparition “Depravity Ordained” (CD) 7.99€

-War Possession “Doomed To Chaos” (CD) 7.99€

Huge GAEREA announcement coming.

Prayers have been heard. The Vortex Society is coming for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkObUc-HSRE

Hideous Divinity’s brand new logo designed by the Belgian master Bram Bruyneel! The lettering is fully reshaped to perfectly represent the rawer, wicked current dentity of Hideous Divinity while keeping our Hideousgram sigil. Renovation and tradition. Check it out on the cover art for the brand new album “Simulacrum” out on November 8th via Century Media Records: https://www.facebook.com/hideousdivinity/photos/a.412166422157436/3181234511917266/?type=3&theater

New Hideous Divinity album out on November 8th via Century Media Records!

Italian Death Metal force HIDEOUS DIVINITY will release their fourth full-length album “Simulacrum” on November 8th via Century Media Records.

Enrico S states:

“As we step into our biggest chapter to date starting our adventure with Century Media Records, we push our boundaries not by changing our music but by offering a new distorted shape of the HIDEOUS DIVINITY you already know. That’s the entire concept behind “Simulacrum”: with the outstanding excuse given by David Lynch’s “Lost Highways”, a universe made of non-linear, surrealistic visions, HIDEOUS DIVINITY become a new creature, its dirtiness enhanced by an aura of static permeating our music. We embrace this static, and the change it brings.

The production level achieved with “Adveniens” is now gifted with the wildest dynamic range achievable. Each instrument cutting through the mix when required by the song. As it should be. Stefano “Saul” Morabito is once again the unmatchable alchemist, and his 16th Cellar Studios the forge we’d never give up.

Just like the new, superb cover artwork by Vladimir “Smerdulak” Chebakov, we tear up our mask and subvert the rules. From Cronenberg’s metamorphosis to Lynch’s anamorphosis we re-compose the body of our music itself, like an electrical seizure we live over and over again. This is “Simulacrum”.”

The album will feature ten original songs delivered with jaw-dropping technical finesse, as well as two covers, Machine Head’s “Blood Of The Zodiac” and Mayhem’s classic “Cursed In Eternity”, as bonus tracks on the digipack CD (which will also be included in the LP edition).

Recorded, mixed and mastered once again by Stefano Morabito at 16th Cellar Studio

The impressive artwork was again created by Vladimir Chebakov who also did the cover for Hideous Divinity’’s last album “Adveniens”. Digipack features 5 more stunning paintings by Vladimir.

New logo by Bram Bruyneel

Keep your eyes peeled for the astonishing video clip for the first single “The Embalmer” that’s supposed to premiere in early September along with the pre-order start!


01. Deleuzean Centuries

02. The Embalmer

03. Condense

04. Anamorphia Atto III

05. The Deaden Room

06. Actaeon

07. Bent Until Fracture

08. Seed of Future Horror

09. Prey to a Vision

10. Implemini Exitio


11. Blood of the Zodiac (Machine Head Cover)

12. Cursed in Eternity (Mayhem Cover)

Next shows:

November 2 nd , 2019 – Masters Of Grind (Belgium)


Enrico H. Di Lorenzo (vocals)

Enrico Schettino (guitars)

Riccardo Benedini (guitars)

Stefano Franceschini (bass)

Giulio Galati (drums)





https://everlastingspew.com/28-hideous-divinity (EU Merch Store)

Management and EU/Rest of the World booking:

Tito Vespasiani – tito.dta@gmail.com

Booking for North America:

Stephan Mellul @ Continental Concerts USA – steph@continental-concerts.us

#HideousDivinity #Simulacrum #Metal #DeathMetal

Toxic Metal By Tito