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VAMPIRE premieres new track, “Under The Grudge”, via Decibel Magazine.com; pre-order for new album, ‘Vampire’, now available

unnamed (3)In anticipation of their upcoming release, Sweden’s VAMPIRE has premiered a new track, “Under The Grudge”, via Decibel Magazine.com. Taken from the band’s self-titled debut due out March 3rd in Europe and March 18th in North America via Century Media Records, “Under The Grudge” can be heard here:
For another preview of Vampire, be sure to check out the previously released single, “Howl From The Coffin“.

Featuring ten tracks of relentless death metal with haunting melodies and a deadly horror vibe, Vampire is a “vast, rich-sounding record that merely celebrates a moment when metal had no restrictions beyond its authors’ technical abilities” (Stereogum.com). The eerie cover artwork was created by Mattias Frisk, who is known for his work with bands such as GHOST, VANHELGD, MAIM, etc.

Vampire will be available as a CD, LP and digital download. Fans can pre-order the album now in various formats at CM Distro.

 

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Live Show!

The Stabcast is being recorded live for the next 2 hours.  Click Here to head to the chat room and watch!

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Live Show

Watch the live show now for the next 2 hours: http://younow.com/stabcast

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Show 316

Replay of show 290 from 6/2/13.  Matthew and Santoro host.  Topics discussed include recent album reviews, Matthew’s field trip and Santoro’s week.  The hosts chat with the live audience and tell them what to do and more importantly, what not to do.

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Show 315

Matthew and Santoro host.  Musical guest More To Forget sits in on the show and performs 6 live songs.  Topics discussed include how the show works, snapchat, band stories, a dutch oven mishap and parents.  Live phone calls are taken.  The Tumblr Game is played.

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Show 314

Matthew and Santoro host.  Topics discussed include YouNow issues, Blink 182, and Snapchat.  Viewer Youtube clips are played and live calls are taken.

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The Red Paintings – The Revolution Is Never Coming album review

3974888_redpaintings_240Part band, part art collective, part audience experience, The Red Paintings are known for their evocative and crazy stage shows and impassioned performances. Incorporating actual live painting and art pieces during their concerts, the band puts on a multi-media, genre hopping spectacle for their live audience. But how to translate that to the recorded sphere?

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