Black metallers Marduk recently released their new album Frontschwein on Century Media Records and the band has quickly followed it up with a music video for the albums title track. The video for “Frontschwein” features war, bombs and the band, all mixed together with a greenscreen. It’s not the greatest video I’ve ever seen, but I’m really digging this song. Check it out below. Continue reading
Black metal heathens Marduk will unleash their massive new album Frontschwein next month and the band has already unveiled one new track titled “Rope Of Regret.” Well, the band didn’t think that was enough and they have released another new track titled “Wartheland.” You can check out this slab of blackened filth after the jump. Continue reading
One of my all time favorite black metal bands, Marduk, will be releasing their new album Frontschwein in January and if you can’t wait a month and a half to get a taste, the band has unleashed a phenomenal new track titled “Rope Of Regret” for your streaming pleasure. You can check out the track after the jump. Also, you can see the album art for Frontschwein at the top of this post. Are you excited yet? Continue reading
Well, I usually do these playlists, when I do them at all, in the morning so that you all have some filthy blackened tunes to listen to while you do whatever the hell it is that you do on Sunday morning. Well, I didn’t get around to it this morning and figured I’d just post one tonight. So without further ado, here is the latest Blasphemous Offerings playlist. Featuring new tracks from Taake, Djevel, Woe and Dodsferd. Enjoy. Continue reading
Swedish blackened punks Death Wolf will be releasing their new album II: Black Armoured Death on Century Media Records next month and are currently streaming a new track over on CVLT Nation. Not only will Death Wolf be releasing their new album next month (February 18th to be exact), they will also be embarking on a pretty extensive North American tour alongside Marduk and Inquisition. Check out those dates below. Continue reading
Considering that Marduk released their new album Serpent Sermon yesterday via Century Media Records, I guess I should point out that the album has been streaming in it’s entirety over at CVLT Nation since Friday. I don’t know why I haven’t posted about this stream yet, for some reason it just kept slipping past me. I suppose this is also appropriate since on Monday, Marduk‘s guitarist Morgan Steinmeyer Håkansson announced something that has been debated for the last two decades: he has skull fragments, pieces of brain and pieces of lead from the shotgun shell that Mayhem‘s former vocalist used to take his own life.
It was said that Mayhem‘s gutiarist Euronymous had collected pieces of Dead (born Per Ohlin) after his suicide and sent pieces to black metal musicians who he felt were worthy, those who truly honed the craft. No other names have been reported, but you can read the full piece here. And while you’re reading, go stream or buy Marduk’s new album Serpents Sermon.
Love me some Marduk. I am really looking forward to listening to their new album Serpent Sermon in full. The songs that have been released thus far are fantastic and the recently released music video for “Souls For Belial” is awesome as well. I think what I like most about this video is the sepia tone that the entire video is soaked in. The video is pretty standard, but the execution is killer. I love it. Check it out below and enjoy. Serpent Sermon will be released on May 28th via Century Media Records.
I have no idea why I haven’t posted about Marduk in a while. I mean, I know they have a new album coming out soon titled Serpent Sermon and this is the second track they have released off of said album. The first track “M.A.M.M.O.N.” was fucking amazing and “Souls For Belial” is no different. So stop whatever it is you are doing and check out this new bitchin’ black metal attack here. You can also check out “M.A.M.M.O.N.” in the player below. Enjoy. Serpent Sermon is due out on June 5th via Century Media Records.
Marduk will be embarking on a North American tour in the Spring. The will be joined by 1349 and Withered & Weapon to help them slay the masses. Below are the scheduled tour dates.
I don’t often speak highly of the mainstream media. I find their bias towards people in positions of power to be disingenuous at best and deadly at worst. However, today I came across this gem from Eric Zorn in my local paper, the Chicago Tribune entitled, “Try Not to Forget the Real Reason for the Season.”
He laments the right-wing’s fallacious “War on Christmas”:
No secret there. Civilizations all over the northern hemisphere have been making merry toward the end of December for thousands of years, with most of the celebrations linked somehow to the “return” of the sun — the longer periods of daylight that begin on the Winter Solstice December 21.
Which is why the triumphant, even defiant slogan “Jesus is the reason for the season” — seen this time of year on buttons, T-shirts and bumper stickers and heard from those who grouse that secular society is at war with Christmas— is so irritating.
A cynic with more energy than I have ought to create“Marduk is the reason for the season” banners in honor of the beloved Zagmuk story.
Read the whole post here. It’ll be a great conversation starter over the ham and mashed potatoes at Nana’s house Sunday.
I can’t speak for everyone on staff at American Aftermath, but as for Mr. Zorn’s thesis, I can’t imagine you’d see much disagreement on our end.
Not sure why Rev 16:8 would already announce that they will be entering the Endarker Studio in Norrköping in just over seven months, on June 3rd, but they have and I won’t argue because this band is amazing. The Swedish black metal menace will be recording the new album with Magnus ‘Devo’ Andersson of Marduk. Other than that, there is no further information available. You can pick up the bands last album, Ashlands which was released in April via AFM Records. Until then, enjoy this.
A few days ago I posted about Marduk leaving Reprise and a few days before that Dark Funeral left Regain Records also. I thought it was a coincidence until I learned that Ragnarok, the Norwegian black metal monster, had also left Regain Records. One of the comments on the Marduk post that Regain having some financial issues and I’m not sure if this is true or not, but I can’t find anything on the situation other than GunShyAssassin’s post about the delay the Gorgoroth re-release. So is Regain going under? Or are they just too cheap to pony up the dough? Hell if I know, but I no longer think this is a coincidence. Here is a statement from Ragnarok on the situation:
“We confirm that Ragnarok is ending its collaboration with Regain Records and no further albums will be released on the label. We are currently in the process of looking at various offers from labels, but no decision has yet been taken, and if any labels are interested in working with the band they are more than welcome to contact us via our management at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
~R. Gnarly//Dig It or Die.
A few days ago Marduk, the Swedish black metallers announced that they had parted ways with Regain Records. I’m not sure why, I don’t know if any official press release was ever released or anything. Maybe they just wanted to see other people? Fuck if I know. All I have to go on is the following statement by the band:
“From today Marduk and Blooddawn Productions have ended their cooperation with Regain Records. New working partner will be presented within the nearest future. We can also announce a late added festival. Marduk will headline the Firebox Metal Festival in Finland on the 30th of September. More info in the tour section! Let the bloodshed begin…
“Its with great enthusiasm we can announce that Marduk will participate on the Hatefest during December. Featuring Triptykon, Kataklysm among others. The festival package will also be appearing at the Eindhoven Metal Meeting during its december march. There will be 17 dates of the blackest hate delivered by the Panzer Division known as Marduk.
“After finishing the tour Marduk will be entering the studio to begin the recording of their 12th studio album.”
Good mourning, all. How are we feeling on this fine day of tragedy? It’s hard to believe that it’s actually been ten years since a bunch of terrorists hopped on a few planes and made sure they went down in the history books as the biggest assholes to ever step on American soil. I am not a political person, so I’m not going to go into some kind of rant, so how about we just get to the playlist?
Earlier this year I Reviewed Marduk’s latest album and I wasn’t really into it. There is just something about it that didn’t sit right with me. To be honest, I haven’t listened to it again since my review, but I have been listening to other records by the band. the one I’ve been listening to in particular? Panzer Division Marduk
. This is my favorite of Marduk's releases and for good reason: it fucking shreds. I have picked this morning's playlist from some of my favorite tracks on Panzer Division. Sit back and enjoy.
Hello. How did everyone sleep? Hopefully this morning’s playlist will help you wake up. I chose these tracks personally and it took me a bit to remember all of the tracks I wanted to use. All of these tracks are covers of older punk and hardcore bands done in each band’s own style. I hope you all enjoy this playlist.
~R. Gnarly//Dig It or Die.