Super7 Release New Slayer & Venom Action Figures

Super7 have released some new variants of their Slayer and Venom action figures. This includes a new “Born Of Fire“ version of Slayer’s “Show No Mercy” minotaur figure and a glow in the dark version of Venom’s “Black Metal“ figure. You can purchase those HERE.

[via The PRP]

Venom To Release Early Demos Collection “Sons Of Satan”

Venom will be releasing an early demos collection titled “Sons Of Satan” on August 28. The effort, which was previously included in the band’s “In Nomine Satanas” box set, will be available on CD, double splatter vinyl, and digitally. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

“Sons Of Satan” Track Listing:

01. “Angel Dust” (Church Hall Rehearsals 1979)
02. “Buried Alive” (Church Hall Rehearsals 1979)
03. “Raise The Dead” (Church Hall Rehearsals 1979)
04. “Red Light Fever” (Church Hall Rehearsals 1979)
05. “Venom” (Church Hall Rehearsals 1979)
06. “Sons Of Satan” (1980 Impulse £50 demo)
07. “In League With Satan” (1980 Impulse £50 demo)
08. “Angel Dust” (1980 Impulse £50 demo)
09. “Live Like An Angel” (1980 Impulse £50 demo)
10. “Schizo” (1980 Impulse £50 demo)
11. “Venom” (1980 Impulse £50 demo)
12. “Angel Dust” (Impulse Studio 1980 demo)
13. “Raise The Dead” (Impulse Studio 1980 demo)
14. “Red Light Fever” (Impulse Studio 1980 demo)
15. “At War With Satan” (1983 Impulse Studio demo)

Super7 Release Venom “Black Metal” Action Figure

Super7 have released a new action figure inspired by the cover art for Venom‘s 1982 album “Black Metal.“ You can purchase that HERE. The company commented:

“Super7 is honored to add heavy metal pioneers Venom to our 3.75″ ReAction Figures music collection! The ‘Black Metal’ demon comes on a cardback that commemorates the influential 1982 album. The figure is based on the concept given to Super7 by the band’s founding member Cronos.”

Watch Original Venom Guitarist Mantas Perform “Satanachist” With Behemoth Frontman Nergal

Original Venom guitarist Jeff “Mantas” Dunn recently joined forces with Behemoth frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski for a quarantine performance of Venom’s “Satanachist.” You can see footage of that below:

Venom To Release “In Nomine Satanas” 40th Anniversary Deluxe Vinyl Box Set

Venom will be releasing new 40th anniversary box set titled “In Nomine Satanas” on May 31. The set will come with the band’s first four studio albums (remastered from original tapes), an LP of previously unreleased demos from 1979 – 1983, and much more. Pre-orders are available HERE and the first 300 will come with an art card signed by Cronos.

Here’s all the contents:

4LPs and 2 x 2LP

“Welcome To Hell”
(Remastered from original tapes on splatter vinyl. Comes with reproductions of original poster and insert with an embossed cover.)

“Black Metal”
(Remastered from original tapes on swirl vinyl. Comes with reproductions of original poster and insert with an embossed cover.)

“At War With Satan”
(Remastered from original tapes on splatter vinyl. Comes with reproduction 6-page roll fold booklet and leather book effect cover.)

(Remastered from original tapes on splatter vinyl. Comes with reproductions of original poster, insert and sleeve on mirror board.)

“Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”
(Pressed on half and half vinyl. Comes with reproductions of original gatefold and inserts.)

(Planchette shaped 7” picture disc single)

“Sons Of Satan”
(New album of previously unreleased demos. Pressed on splatter vinyl. Gatefold cover)

12″ x 12″ book of the story of VENOM written by renowned heavy metal journalist Dom Lawson from new interviews with Cronos, Mantas and Abaddon. Featuring previously unseen and rare photos and memorabilia.

90cm x 60cm two-sided poster of “Seven Dates Of Hell” tour poster.

Reproduction “Seven Dates Of Hell” tour program.

VENOM’s Legions back patch.

Along with this set, the group will also be releasing an introduction piece titled “In Nomine Satanas – The Neat Anthology.” It will include 22 remastered tracks on double splatter vinyl, as well as rare photos, memorabilia, and interviews with the band. A 43 track 2 CD edition will also be available. That version will be housed in a mediabook and it will include two previously unreleased tracks.

[via Blabbermouth]

Venom To Release New Album “Storm The Gates” In December

Venom have announced that they will be releasing their new album “Storm The Gates” on December 14. It will be available on CD and digital formats (vinyl and cassette versions will arrive early next year). Frontman Conrad “Cronos” Lant commented:

“Get ready for another killer album, packed full of awesome riffs and screaming mayhem. We’ve been hard at work for over two years to make sure this new release raises the bar, to deliver a demonic mix of old and new. Get ready to lay down your souls, legions!”

“Storm The Gates” Track Listing:

01. “Bring Out Your Dead”
02. “Notorious”
03. “I Dark Lord”
04. “100 Miles To Hell”
05. “Dark Night (Of The Soul)”
06. “Beaten To A Pulp”
07. “Destroyer”
08. “The Mighty Have Fallen”
09. “Over My Dead Body”
10. “Suffering Dictates”
11. “We The Loud”
12. “Immortal”
13. “Storm The Gates”

Venom To Digitally Release New EP “100 Miles To Hell” This Month

Venom will release a new EP, titled “100 Miles To Hell,” digitally on December 22. It will also be available via D2C basis in the U.S. on January 19. The effort will feature three tracks including the title track, “We The Loud,” and “Beaten To A Pulp.” There will also be a limited edition vinyl version, a limited edition cassette version, and an exclusive poster and shirt in select packages.

Venom Plan To Release New EP This Year & New Album Next Year

Venom’s Cronos was recently interviewed by Metal Rules, and confirmed that the band plan to release a new EP this year, followed by a new album next year. He said the following

“We’ve already put three songs together for the EP, which was only delayed because there is a backload of vinyl now. Everybody is buying fucking vinyl, and it’s really hard to get the pressings. The label was doing one, but we couldn’t get in. So, we kind of just put it back a bit. But the EP will get released this year, and then the album gets released in 2018. So, you’ll hear from the EP the direction, about is pretty much where we are now.”