Incantation Stream “Profane Nexus” In Full, Announce “Goat’s Blood” Mead

Incantation are streaming their new album “Profane Nexus“ in its entirety. That effort was officially released today (August 11).

In other news, the band have also announced that they have teamed up with Brimming Horn Meadery for “Goat’s Blood” mead.

We've kept our excitement bottled up long enough. It's our great honor to announce our collaboration with one of the world's most prominent death metal bands – Incantation (25 years and counting). "Goat's Blood" was crafted from the finest red grapes, tart cherries and buckwheat honey. It's beautiful crimson color matches its namesake and comes bottled in a green 500ml bottle. We will be releasing this on Friday August 11th to coincide with Incantation's release of their latest album "Profane Nexus" on Relapse Records. This is one of the first true mead and metal collabs of its kind. More information below from the official press release from bassist and our good friend Chuck Sherwood: "Our friends at Brimming Horn Meadery and us in Incantation are proud to announce the unveiling of this limited contribution to you devoted fiends. A first ever mead and metal collaboration! It's a libation of grapes, honey and cherries whose dark crimson color inspired it's name. Goat's Blood! A testament to the near 30yrs of the bands existence and to the amazing talents of those award winning folks at Brimming Horn. In rare hand numbered bottles you too can join us in raising a mighty hail to metal and the brotherhood that we share with all of you. Limited to a 200 bottle run at $23.99+s/h. 66 ($26.66+s/h) hand numbered with 10 Personally signed by us (Incantation) for the die hards! ($36.66+s/h). Brimming Horn Meadery will ship through their Vinoshipper account late August or in their Delaware tasting room on Friday 8/11/2017. Due to the laws of the land vinoshipper.com is only able to send these bottles of blasphemy to these respected states. AK, AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, LA, MD, ME, MN, MO, NC, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, SC, TN, VA, WA, WI, WV, WY Alabama orders are for 6+ bottles with s/h to match the size of the parcel. This is in no way Brimming Horn or Incantation's wish. The states/countries not listed don't allow outside alcohol shipped into their area. So if you see the land you hail from, be prepared to raise a bottle of "Goat's Blood" to hail the old gods and Death Metal! As the bottle says…… Enjoy it under an Ibex Moon!!!" ~

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Incantation Premiere “Messiah Nostrum” Music Video

Incantation have premiered a new video for their new song “Messiah Nostrum,” via Revolver. This song is from the band’s new album “Profane Nexus,“ which will be released on August 11.

Kyle Severn said the following:

“Our second offering off of our new album Profane Nexus, ‘Messiah Nostrum‘, is about world religion and prayer culminating at a point in the cosmos before time, creating a messiah. This messiah’s only desire is to destroy what created it. The performance was filmed by Don Tyler, who captured the darkness of the song perfectly.”

Incantation Release 360° Video For “Rites Of The Locust”

Incantation have premiered a 360° video for their new song “Rites Of The Locust.” This song is from the band’s new album “Profane Nexus,“ which will be released on August 11.

John McEntee said the following:

“With the advent of 360-video visualizer technology, we were able to convey the song’s powerful imagery alongside the intensity of the music. This song is an example of one of the more aggressive songs on the album. We feel it’s the perfect representation of death metal and everything an Incantation fan wants. Rage motherfuckers!”

Incantation To Release New Album “Profane Nexus” In August, Band To Appear In “Death Metal” Horror Movie

Incantation have revealed that their new album “Profane Nexus” will be released on August 11. You can find a teaser for that below:

In other news, the band have also revealed that they will appear in the upcoming horror film “Death Metal,” which drummer Kyle Severn has been working closely on with writer/director Michael Kuciak. The movie is about fictional metal band called Abyssinister, who “inadvertently write a song so evil that anybody who hears it falls under a deadly curse.” The band’s cameo will be filmed on June 8 at the Agora Ballroom in Cleveland, OH. Fans are welcomed to attend.