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"Genesis Of Evil"
Black metal from Italy? It’s the joke that never grows old. If Handful Of Hate wasn’t enough to forever turn you away from Meditterranean black metal, this band certainly will. “Genesis Of Evil” is fucken generic, and about as necro, unholy and scary as a bag of meowing kittens. This sounds like “Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticim” Immortal with acidic vocals as on Mayhem’s “De Mysteriis...

Black Path

"Dominion In Pain"
When you are involved with Cerebrum, probably the only Greek death metal worth remembering, why would anyone want to waste time fronting another band that sounds just like it? Kostas Mexis apparently, the guy currently fronting Cerebrum, also sings in this band – and that’s where the good news end. The rest of the band is made up of fucken nobodies. Not that Black Path is terrible or anything,...

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  • Forgotten tomb announces a new album, a DVD and tour dates

    2012-05-09

    Italian Forgotten tomb, have announced that their seventh to date album will be out this Autumn on Agonia Records. The album called ...And Don't Deliver Us From Evil will consist of 7 brand new songs, that are currently being recorded at Elfo Studio (Piacenza, Italy). Finnish Finnvox Studios (Impaled Nazarene, Amorphis, Children Of Bodom, HIM) will take care of mastering. First fruits of bands work may be seen in the video report posted here: www
    Cult-status in their own country and regularly incrising international recognition, have granted Forgotten tomb the ability to release also an official DVD, scheduled for 2013. The disc will include 2 professionally filmed concerts along with bonus and backstage material, bootleg recordings, exclusive interviews and other extras. The first show will feature full performance at Kings Of Black Metal Festival 2012 (Alsfeld, Germany). The second movie will be shot during the upcoming live dates, including several European festivals (Rockcult, Hellfest, Extremefest, Under The Black Sun, Barther Open Air). So far confirmed dates:

    11-05-2012 - Factoria de So, Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain)
    12-05-2012 - Excalibur Metal, Madrid (Spain)
    18-05-2012 - La Romandie, Lausanne (Switzerland)
    03-06-2012 - RockCult Festival, Bari (Italy)
    08-06-2012 - Revolver Club, San Dona Di Piave [VE] (Italy)
    15-06-2012 - Hibou Centro Giovani, Chatillon [AO] (Italy)
    17-06-2012 - Hellfest Open Air, Clisson (France)
    22-06-2012 - Le Brin De Zinc, Chambery (France)
    05-07-2012 - Extremefest Open Air, St. Pölten (Austria)
    06-07-2012 - Extremefest Open Air, Hunxe (Germany)
    07-07-2012 - Under The Black Sun Festival, Börnicke (Germany)
    18-08-2012 - Barther Open Air, Barth (Germany)

    Last but not least, there's a special album with Forgotten tomb's remixes in the making.

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