Eyes Set To Kill Reunite With Bassist Anissa Rodriguez, Release Remastered Version Of “Darling”

Eyes Set To Kill have officially reunited with bassist Anissa Rodriguez. With this news, the band have also released a remastered version of their classic track “Darling.” The original version of that song appears on the group’s 2008 album “Reach.” As previously reported, Eyes Set To Kill will be hitting the road on a European tour this March.

Integrity Release Remixed And Remastered Version Of “Humanity Is The Devil”

Integrity have given a digital reissue to their 1996 EP “Humanity Is The Devil.” The effort has been remixed and remastered by Arthur Rizk and it features new artwork from frontman Dwid Hellion. Physical copies will be available on February 10 and can be pre-ordered HERE.

Silverstein Digitally Release Remixed And Remastered Version Of “Arrivals & Departures”

Silverstein have digitally released a remixed and remastered version of their 2007 album “Arrivals & Departures.“ The effort, which also includes the bonus tracks “Rain Will Fall” and “Falling Down,“ was previously available on vinyl as part Record Store Day’s Black Friday event. You can find it on the service of your choice HERE.

Vio-lence To Reissue “Eternal Nightmare” In October

Vio-lence will be reissuing “Eternal Nightmare” on October 28. The effort has been remastered and it will be available on vinyl, CD, cassette, and digitally. The CD and digital copies will also include a live set that was recorded at Slims in Chicago, IL on December 14, 2001. Vinyl copies will come with a download card featuring the bonus material.

“Eternal Nightmare” Track Listing:

Disc 1:

01. “Eternal Nightmare”
02. “Serial Killer”
03. “Phobophobia”
04. “Calling In The Coroner”
05. “T.D.S. (Take It As You Will)”
06. “Bodies On Bodies”
07. “Kill On Command”

Disc 2:

01. “Liquid Courage” (Live at Slims)
02. “Ageless Eyes” (Live at Slims)
03. “Calling In The Coroner” (Live at Slims)
04. “World In A World” (Live at Slims)
05. “Officer Nice” (Live at Slims)
06. “Subterfuge” (Live at Slims)
07. “Kill On Command” (Live at Slims)
08. “Phobophobia” (Live at Slims)
09. “Bodies On Bodies” (Live at Slims)
10. “I Profit” (Live at Slims)
11 “T.D.S.” (Live at Slims)
12. “Paraplegic” (Live at Slims)

Dimmu Borgir Stream Remixed/Remastered Version Of “Hybrid Stigmata – The Apostasy”

Dimmu Borgir are streaming a remixed/remastered version of their song “Hybrid Stigmata – The Apostasy.” This version of the track is from the remixed/remastered version of “Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia,“ which will be released on October 28.

Dimmu Borgir Stream Rehearsal Version Of “Puritania” From Remixed & Remastered Version Of “Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia”

Dimmu Borgir are streaming a rehearsal version of their song “Puritania.” The track will appear on a “Dust Of Cold Memories” bonus album that will be included with the remixed and remastered version of “Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia” (out October 28). A remixed/remastered version of “Blessings Upon The Throne Of Tyranny” from that effort can be streamed below as well.

“Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia” Track Listing:

01. “Fear And Wonder” (Remixed & Remastered)
02. “Blessings Upon The Throne Of Tyranny” (Remixed & Remastered)
03. “Kings Of The Carnival Creation” (Remixed & Remastered)
04. “Hybrid Stigmata – The Apostasy” (Remixed & Remastered)
05. “Architecture Of A Genocidal Nature” (Remixed & Remastered)
06. “Puritania” (Remixed & Remastered)
07. “IndoctriNation” (Remixed & Remastered)
08. “The Maelstrom Mephisto” (Remixed & Remastered)
09. “Absolute Sole Right” (Remixed & Remastered)
10. “Sympozium” (Remixed & Remastered)
11. “Perfection Or Vanity” (Remixed & Remastered)
12. “Burn In Hell” (Remixed & Remastered)
13. “Devil’s Path” (Remixed & Remastered)

“Dust Of Cold Memories” Track Listing:

01. “Hybrid Stigmata – The Apostasy” (pre-production session 2000)
02. “Blessings Upon The Throne Of Tyranny” (pre-production session 2000)
03. “InodctriNation” (pre-production session 2000)
04. “Architecture Of A Genocidal Nature” (pre-production session 2000)
05. “Absolute Sole Right” (pre-production session 2000)
06. “Fear And Wonder” (The Koltbotn Tapes)
07. “Blessings Upon The Throne Of Tyranny” (The Koltbotn Tapes)
08. “Kings Of The Carnivel Creation” (The Koltbotn Tapes)
09. “Puritania” (The Koltbotn Tapes)
10. “The Maelstrom Mephisto” (The Koltbotn Tapes)
11. “Sympozium” (The Koltbotn Tapes)

Motörhead To Release 40th Anniversary Edition Of “Iron Fist” In September

Motörhead have announced that they will be releasing a remastered 40th anniversary edition of “Iron Fist” on September 23. The effort can be pre-ordered as a 3-LP or 2-CD set featuring the album, along with unreleased demos and a 1982 live show in a hardback book-pack.

“Iron Fist” (40th Anniversary Edition) Track Listing:

“Iron Fist”:

01. “Iron Fist”
02. “Heart Of Stone”
03. “I’m The Doctor”
04. “Go To Hell”
05. “Loser”
06. “Sex And Outrage”
07. “America”
08. “Shut It Down”
09. “Speedfreak”
10. “(Don’t Need) Religion”
11. “Bang To Rights”

Jackson’s Studio Demos October 1981:

01. “Remember Me, I’m Gone”
02. “The Doctor”
03. “Young & Crazy”
04. “Loser”
05. “Iron Fist”
06. “Go To Hell”

CD & Digital Bonus Tracks:

01. “Lemmy Goes to the Pub”
02. “Some Old Song, I’m Gone”
03. “(Don’t Let ‘Em) Grind Ya Down” (Alternate Version)
04. “Shut It Down”
05. “Sponge Cake” (Instrumental)
06. “Ripsaw Teardown” (Instrumental)
07. “Peter Gunn” (Instrumental)

Live at Glasgow Apollo 18/3/82 (Previously Unreleased):

01. “Iron Fist”
02. “Heart of Stone”
03. “Shoot You In The Back”
04. “The Hammer”
05. “Loser”
06. “Jailbait”
07. “America”
08. “White Line”
09. “(Don’t Need) Religion”
10. “Go To Hell”
11. “Capricorn”
12. “(Don’t Let ‘Em) Grind Ya Down”
13. “(We Are The) Road Crew”
14. “Ace Of Spades”
15. “Bite The Bullet”
16. “The Chase Is Better Than the Catch”
17. “Overkill”
18. “Bomber”
19. “Motörhead”

Remastered Version Of “Anvil! The Story Of Anvil” To Be Released This Fall

According to Deadline, Utopia will be releasing a remastered version of the 2009 Anvil documentary, “Anvil! The Story Of Anvil,” in theaters this fall. It will also receive a digital release later in the year.

The updated film “features remastered picture and sound, as well as a new exclusive epilogue interview with director Sacha Gervasi (My Dinner With Hervé, Hitchcock) and Anvil’s Steve “Lips” Kudlow and Robb Reiner moderated by former MTV host Matt Pinfield.”

A special screening will take place at the Saban Theater in Los Angeles, CA on September 22 as part of Beyond Fest. The event will include a performance from Anvil and appearances from a number of special guests. It will also feature a Q&A with Kudlow, Reiner, Gervasi, and Rebecca Yeldham. Steve-O (“Jackass”) will serve as the moderator.

Utopia CEO Robert Schwartzman commented:

“This film is pure magic. As well as being a brilliant filmmaker, Sacha was in the right place at the right time and has managed to bring audiences a truly inspiring film which has stood the test of time.”

Gervasi added:

“If you’d told me all those years ago at Sundance, when we had no buyers, that this movie would be released into theaters for the second time 13 years later I never would have believed you, but here we are. It truly is a miracle. This is all thanks to Robert and his extraordinary team at Utopia. They’re brilliant to work with because they’re filmmakers themselves, and their support and passion are unmatched. All Anvil and I can say is thank you!”

Dismember Sign With Nuclear Blast Records

Dismember have signed a new deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band will be reissuing their catalog through the label, starting with a remastered version of “Like An Everflowing Stream,” which is available digitally. Physical copies will arrive at a later.date.

Drummer Fred Estby commented:

“After reuniting the original lineup and performing sold-out shows in 2019, the axe-chopping business needed a solid partner to get the festering complete back catalogue back on the streets. The unholy alliance of 1990 is reconfirmed; DISMEMBER and Nuclear Blast Records are once again a perfect kill team!”

Jens Prüter, head of A&R at Nuclear Blast Europe, added:

“It’s a pleasure to bring back one of the Nuclear Blast bands of the early days. The 1991 debut album ‘Like An Ever Flowing Stream’ quickly became a death metal classic and they haven’t released a weak album until they officially split up 20 years later in 2011. I still remember one of their last shows, in 2008 at the Party.San Metal Open Air, where they played with their buddies Grave and Unleashed — only Entombed was missing to complete the ‘Big Four’ of Stockholm death metal. And it was a pleasure to see them again on their first reunion show in 2019 at the Scandinavian Death Fest in their hometown. Only a few seconds in it was clear that they were back in full force. Welcome back!”