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RIOT 87 - Blackout Station Vol. 01

2014-04-16 (News)

April 9, 2014 - Serbia - Electronic-Metal duo RIOT 87 has released "Blackout Station Vol. 01," a collection of fourteen cuts of instrumental mayhem custom built for the worlds of Film, TV, Trailers & Video Games.

RIOT 87 rose to the top of Serbia's EDM scene before they switched on amps, plugged in guitars, and launched themselves into a new realm of hybrid metal. After destroying seven songs by FiXT artists Celldweller & Blue Stahli on last year's remix EP "Dubstep With More Muscle," they have now turned their attention to conquering the world of cinema.

The Stompcrash - Love from Hell

2014-04-15 (News)

Based in Milan, a darkwave project The Stompcrash announced that the new album "Love from Hell" will be released at April 20th.

Materia - Air single

2014-04-14 (News)

After a successful release "Case of Noise" Polish Materia is not slowing down. The single 'Air' has just been released. It announces a new album whose title will be revealed soon. Michał Piesiak, the lead singer, announces: "Our aim is to create better effect than on a previous album.

Bloodhunter - Bloodhunter

2014-04-11 (News)

The Galician band BLOODHUNTER reveals the cover and tracklist of its self-titled album released by Suspiria Records in physical format on 23rd of April and in digital format on 6th of May.

Sabaton - Heroes

2014-04-10 (News)

Swedish band SABATON, the headliner of Woodstock 2012, with thousands of fans, one of the most popular heavymetal bands in the worlds is coming back with their seventh studio album. The release is entitled "Heroes" and will be available from 16th May by Nuclear Blas. The band have already published a trailer to watch here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-OKZsaZUNQ

Otto Dix - Anima

2014-04-09 (News)


 "Anima" is a title of a new album by Russian electonic/avantgarde Otto Dix.
 The album was released by Muz Icona  ( www.muzicona.com  ) and it was done as  " name your price " - a listener can pay the price he wants. CD version was released a few days later by Dizzaster Records - ( www.dizzaster.ru  ).
 


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