Deeds Of Flesh To Play First U.S. Show In Over 15 Years At 2022 Maryland Deathfest

Deeds Of Flesh have been added to next year’s Maryland Deathfest. The set will serve as the band’s first U.S. show in over 15 years.

The group commented:

“We’re very excited to announce that we’ll be playing the Maryland Deathfest in May of 2022. It will be our first show on U.S. soil in over 15 years! The set list will contain songs from a mix of old and new albums. Let the pummeling begin!

UPDATE: This is likely to be THE ONLY U.S. show in 2022. We won’t be adding any dates around Maryland, so get your asses there if you want to see the show. Power Plant Live on Saturday, May 28, 2022″

The festival is scheduled to take place in Baltimore, MD on May 26-29 and the daily lineups can be found below:

May 26 (Rams Head Live): Asthma Castle, Acid Witch, Cough, Frizzi 2 Fulci (Fabio Frizzi in Concert. A Tribute to Lucio Fulci), Primitive Man, Warmask, and Yautja.

May 26 (Soundstage): Funerus, Limbsplitter, Mortiferum, Putrid Pile, Scattered Remnants, and Skeletal Remains.

May 26 (Power Plant Live!): Mortician

May 27 (Edison Lot): Atheist, Bloodbath, Carcass, Graveyard, Massacre, Monstrosity, Obituary, Suffocation, and Scorched.

May 27 (Rams Head Live): Blaze Of Perdition, Panzerfaust, The Ruins Of Beverast, and Spite.

May 27 (Soundstage): ACxDC, Antichrist, At War, Blood Feast, Cloud Rat, Fistula, Fuck The Facts, Miasmatic Necrosis, and No/Mas.

May 27 (Power Plant Live!): Vio-lence

May 28 (Edison Lot): Cancer, Cardiac Arrest, Cavalera (Max and Iggor Cavalera performing songs from Sepultura‘s “Beneath The Remains” & “Arise“), Cerebral Rot, Coroner, Dismember, Enforced, Imprecation, Novembers Doom, Onslaught, Triptykon, and Vircolac.

May 28 (Rams Head Live): Impure, Avslut, Necrophobic, and Nifelheim.

May 28 (Soundstage): Backslider, Cadaveric Incubator, Flesh Parade, Haemorrhage, Holy Cost, Impaled, Malignant Altar, Napalm Raid, Skitsystem, and Throaat.

May 28 (Power Plant Live!): Deeds Of Flesh and Schirenc Plays Pungent Stench.

May 29 (Edison Lot): Blood Incantation, Demilich, Destruction, Divine Eve, Hypocrisy, Morbid Angel, Necrofier, Nocturnus AD, Nunslaughter, Sacrilegia, Triumph Of Death, and Valkyrja.

May 29 (Rams Head Live): Archgoat, Devil Master, Dark Fortress, and Sacramentum (performing “Far Away From The Sun” in full)

May 29 (Soundstage): Antichrist Siege Machine, Birdflesh, Butcher ABC, General Surgery, Gravesend, Shock Narcotic, Warfck, Whoresnation, and Zombie Assault.

May 29 (Power Plant Live!): Exhorder

Max & Iggor Cavalera, Morbid Angel, Destruction, And Enforced Added To 2022 Maryland Deathfest

Max & Iggor Cavalera, Morbid Angel, Destruction, and Enforced have been added to next year’s Maryland Deathfest. That event is scheduled to take place in Baltimore, MD on May 26-29, 2022 and the updated daily lineups can be found below. Notably, the Cavalera brothers plan to perform songs from Sepultura’s “Beneath The Remains” and “Arise“ during their set.

Lineup:

May 26 (at Rams Head Live):

  • Asthma Castle
  • Acid Witch
  • Cough
  • Frizzi 2 Fulci (Fabio Frizzi in Concert. A Tribute to Lucio Fulci)
  • Primitive Man
  • Warmask
  • Yautja

May 26 (at Soundstage):

  • Funerus
  • Limbsplitter
  • Mortician
  • Mortiferum
  • Putrid Pile
  • Scattered Remnants
  • Skeletal Remains

May 27 (at Edison Lot):

  • Atheist
  • Bloodbath
  • Carcass
  • Graveyard
  • Massacre
  • Monstrosity
  • Obituary
  • Suffocation
  • Scorched

May 27 (at Rams Head Live):

  • Blaze of Perdition
  • Panzerfaust
  • Spite

May 27 (at Soundstage):

  • ACxDC
  • Antichrist
  • At War
  • Blood Feast
  • Cloud Rat
  • Fistula
  • Fuck the Facts
  • Miasmatic Necrosis
  • No/Mas
  • Vio-lence

May 28 (at Edison Lot):

  • Cancer
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Cavalera (Max and Iggor Cavalera performing songs from Sepultura‘s “Beneath The Remains” & “Arise“)
  • Cerebral Rot
  • Coroner
  • Dismember
  • Enforced
  • Imprecation
  • Novembers Doom
  • Onslaught
  • Triptykon
  • Vircolac

May 28 (at Rams Head Live):

  • Impure
  • Avslut
  • Necrophobic
  • Nifelheim

May 28 (at Soundstage):

  • Backslider
  • Cadaveric Incubator
  • Flesh Parade
  • Haemorrhage
  • Holy Cost
  • Impaled
  • Malignant Altar
  • Napalm Raid
  • Schirenc Plays Pungent Stench
  • Skitsystem
  • Throaat

May 29 (at Edison Lot):

  • Blood Incantation
  • Demilich
  • Destruction
  • Divine Eve
  • Hypocrisy
  • Morbid Angel
  • Necrofier
  • Nocturnus AD
  • Nunslaughter
  • Sacrilegia
  • Triumph of Death
  • Valkyrja

May 29 (at Rams Head Live):

  • Archgoat
  • Devil Master
  • Dark Fortress
  • Sacramentum (performing ‘Far Away From The Sun‘ in its entirety)

May 29 (at Soundstage):

  • Antichrist Siege Machine
  • Birdflesh
  • Butcher ABC
  • Exhorder
  • General Surgery
  • Gravesend
  • Shock Narcotic
  • Warfck
  • Whoresnation
  • Zombie Assault

Carcass, Triptykon, Etc. Added To 2022 Maryland Deathfest

Carcass, Triumph Of Death, Triptykon, Mortiferum, Devil Master, Yautja, Scorched, and Cardiac Arrest have been added to the 2022 Maryland Deathfest. That event will take place in Baltimore, MD on May 26-29.

Organizers issued the following statement:

“There are just a few more bands that will be announced soon to finalize the lineup.

This announcement could come as early as sometime next week.

We’ll be posting a breakdown of who is playing at Edison Lot and Rams Head Live on Friday, July 30th. For now, the bands playing at these 2 venues are listed together.

All other ticket options, including single day options, will go on sale on Monday, August 2nd at 10 am EST.

We also wanted to let you know that we’ve been working on a variety of things to enhance your overall fest experience, particularly at Edison Lot.

We are arranging a shuttle system between Edison Lot and Soundstage/Rams Head that will enable you to see as many sets as possible.
Additionally, we are arranging for a significant amount of additional shaded areas at Edison Lot, more tables/seating, and a hydration station.
More info about all of this will be revealed as we move forward in the coming months.

Thursday, May 26th 2022
@ Rams Head Live:
Asthma Castle
Acid Witch
Cough
Frizzi 2 Fulci (Fabio Frizzi in Concert. A Tribute to Lucio Fulci)
Primitive Man
Warmask
Yautja

Thursday, May 26th 2022
@ Soundstage:
Funerus
Limbsplitter
Mortician
Mortiferum
Putrid Pile
Scattered Remnants
Skeletal Remains

Friday, May 27th 2022
@ Edison Lot & Rams Head Live:
Atheist
Blaze of Perdition
Bloodbath
Carcass
Graveyard
Massacre
Monstrosity
Obituary
Panzerfaust
Scorched
Spite
Suffocation

Friday, May 27th 2022
@ Soundstage:
ACxDC
Antichrist
At War
Blood Feast
Cloud Rat
Fistula
Fck the Facts
Miasmatic Necrosis
No/Mas
Vio-lence

Saturday, May 28th 2022
@ Edison Lot & Rams Head Live:
Avslut
Cancer
Cardiac Arrest
Cerebral Rot
Coroner
Dismember
Imprecation
Impure
Necrophobic
Nifelheim
Novembers Doom
Onslaught
Triptykon
Vircolac

Saturday, May 28th 2022
@ Soundstage:
Backslider
Cadaveric Incubator
Flesh Parade
Haemorrhage
Holy Cost
Impaled
Malignant Altar
Napalm Raid
Schirenc Plays Pungent Stench
Skitsystem
Throaat

Sunday, May 29th 2022
@ Edison Lot & Rams Head Live:
Archgoat
Blood Incantation
Dark Fortress
Demilich
Devil Master
Divine Eve
Hypocrisy
Necrofier
Nocturnus AD
Nunslaughter
Sacrilegia
Sacramentum
Triumph of Death
Valkyrja

Sunday, May 29th 2022
@ Soundstage:
Antichrist Siege Machine
Birdflesh
Butcher ABC
Exhorder
General Surgery
Gravesend
Shock Narcotic
Warfck
Whoresnation
Zombie Assault“

Tom G. Warrior Fires Back At Mia Wallace For Recent Comments Regarding Niryth

As previously reported, Mia Wallace (ex-Triumph Of Death, etc.) recently called out Thomas Gabriel Fischer, aka Tom G. Warrior (Triumph Of Death, Triptykon, etc.), after taking issue with comments he made about their Niryth project. Now, Fisher has fired back with a lengthy blog post.

Fisher said the following:

“Mia Wallace, on Blabbermouth, today [paraphrased]: Niryth’s songs are all mine, they reflect more than 20 years of my ideas.

Also Wallace, in the very same statement on Blabbermouth [paraphrased]: Niryth’s songwriting credits have been registered by Fischer and me with GEMA as 50% Wallace/50% Fischer (music) and 100% Fischer (lyrics).”

So which is it? Is Niryth all Wallace’s music, written “in more than 20 years”, or is it really a collaboration in which I ‒ according to her very own statement, not least! ‒ have written half of the music and all of the lyrics? A collaboration, whose actual songwriting shares, as listed above, have been properly and truthfully registered with GEMA and the band’s music publisher in Berlin by Wallace herself, me, and Niryth’s manager?

Well, in reality not only did I write all of the lyrics, I also co-wrote all of the songs (some of them are primarily mine, some primarily hers). At the time, mainly in 2018, we seemingly worked in creative harmony, and Wallace’s contributions were indeed extremely valid and strong. In fact, this was exactly why I ended up playing in two bands with her! In addition to the songs for which she wrote the majority of the riffs (for example, Covenant or Wounds I Bear), she also created some truly exceptional harmony lines. But the very same applies reciprocally to the songs for which I provided the majority of the composition (for example, Violently Sleeping or The Spell), and which reflect 39 years of my ideas. And nobody here ever denied this or had the slightest intention to do so in the future.

I co-founded Niryth with Wallace in a restaurant near Milano Malpensa airport in northern Italy, on the evening of August 27, 2017. The idea of a band with multiple basses, as I had it in my first band Grave Hill in 1982, was mine, for example. The project arose from shared thoughts about a new band for Wallace. After discussing a number of possible concepts, I asked to be a full part of it from the very beginning. The name of the band, incidentally, was created some time later, by one of Wallace’s friends, a young woman by the name of Giulia Dulio, in Arona, Italy, late on Saturday, November 18, 2017.

Most of the first handful of songwriting sessions in Italy were conducted at the home of Triumph Of Death drummer Alessandro Comerio, who was an early member of Niryth and recorded these initial sessions. I provided for Niryth’s songwriting locations situated in Switzerland as well as for the rehearsal space in Zurich, Switzerland, and I gave Wallace numerous valuable instruments and guitar/bass effects as gifts; these were subsequently not only used for the songwriting and rehearsals but also for Wallace’s other projects, until today. I did most of the arrangement work on our songs, converting them from charmingly disordered demos to recordable material. In fact, such arrangement work would continue until the final vocal recording sessions.

Drummer Pidi Leuenberger, the successor of Alessandro Comerio, joined Niryth on Sunday, June 3, 2018.

Prowling Death Records Ltd., the UK-based record company I run with my manager, Antje Lange, financed the entire Niryth recording session from August 20, 2018, to February 22, 2019, and also paid for the mixing, mastering, and the associated expenses of all participants. As her boyfriend and band member, I had already frequently paid from my own pocket for Wallace’s travel (from and to Italy) and other expenses during the songwriting period, and I also provided for her accommodation.

I organized the studio recording sessions in Germany, I recorded approximately half of the music (approximately the other half was recorded as competently by Wallace) for all of these songs in the studio, I was present during every single recording session (from the drum recordings to the final mixing) while Wallace was only present for two full sessions (she also attended the drum recordings for one song), I co-produced the entire Niryth recording session from start to finish with Triptykon’s V. Santura (with Wallace co-producing whenever she was present). And V. Santura can corroborate all of these facts independently.

I provided the music industry contacts, I got Niryth a management, and together with Niryth’s management I got Niryth a licensing agreement with a renown label and with industry people I got interested in the project and have known for decades. Prowling Death Records also arranged and financed the flights, hotels, and listening sessions in Germany that led to this licensing agreement.

Prowling Death Records further arranged and financed three photo sessions for Niryth, including a major international one for the first Niryth release. Moreover, Prowling Death Records arranged for and financed the concept, art direction, and graphic designer for that first release.

And finally, I designed both Niryth’s logo and symbol and personally financed the graphic designer who converted my designs into professional print files.

But in spite all of these attestable facts, Niryth remains to be claimed solely as Wallace’s project!

Niryth started as a beautiful and possibly naively idealistic extension of the relationship Wallace and I shared during the time we were a couple. We knew, of course, that our romantic affiliation could end, and we felt that the music we created together in Niryth was so important to us that we agreed to continue the project on a professional level should this ever happen. And that’s what was attempted when we actually did split up. There are numerous successful examples for this in our scene, from Fleetwood Mac to Dead Can Dance. Unfortunately, by the end of the year, we had reached the end of the road, for a great many reasons (related and unrelated to our common private past), most of which can readily be corroborated by numerous witnesses.

In my letter of dissociation, dated December 11, 2019, I informed Wallace that we in Triumph Of Death unanimously and irrevocably felt we needed to continue the band with a different line-up, and Wallace was thus dismissed. But with regard to Niryth, I left the choice ‒ of whom of us would continue the project ‒ entirely to her. After a lengthy period of deliberation, Wallace decided to continue Niryth, and drummer Pidi Leuenberger and me left the project. We intended to form our own, different version of the band. Not to be in competition with Niryth, but because all three of us Niryth members had invested so much work, time, and money into this music (see above), and we felt a very strong attachment and confidence with regard to these songs.

The situation reminded me of the Sisters Of Mercy split in 1985, which resulted in the projects Sisterhood, The Mission, and The Sisters Of Mercy.

In 39 years as a member of the music industry, I have lived through many episodes that could be labelled implausible ‒ some of them pathetically caused by none other than me. But this is a first even for me: to be accused of stealing songs, a project. Songs of which every single one is fully co-written by Wallace and me. A project, not least, I co-founded from the very first minute.

In the aforementioned letter of dissociation, I proposed to Wallace that we remain professional and take the high road, refraining from any personal or derogatory public statements that would only serve to quickly take this to a despicable and defiled tabloid level. I have adhered to this proposal, and the content of this post is solely designed to provide some apparently indispensable information as to the inner workings of Niryth.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Mia Wallace Calls Out Tom G. Warrior For Recent Comments Regarding Niryth

Mia Wallace (ex-Triumph Of Death, etc.) has called out Thomas Gabriel Fischer, aka Tom G. Warrior (Triumph Of Death, Triptykon, etc.), for recent comments he made about their Niryth project. Fisher said that him and the band’s drummer Pidi Leuenberger both stepped away from the project for the same reasons that led to his decision to “dismiss” someone, apparently Wallace, from Triumph Of Death and that he is planning to release the material he wrote for it under a new new name. Wallace has since responded by saying that Fisher is trying to “create gossip by throwing mud at [her] person.”

Wallace said the following:

“I write these lines to point out some of the statements that have been made recently and that I am involved in many interviews, not least in Metal Wani, appeared on BLABBERMOUTH.NET.

“After my departure from the band TRIUMPH OF DEATH, in a few months I continued my musical career in a very serene way, joining the band NERVOSA of the talented Prika Amaral, with great joy and enthusiasm I am working with her on the new album and we have planned numerous tours around the world; I have been collaborating with KIRLIAN CAMERA for years now, of which I am now a permanent member and I am working with them on the release of the upcoming album; the friendship between Abbath and me is always strong and has never stopped, I have admiration for him and him for me; I also have important collaborations with great artists who are not yet publicly official but who will be very soon. I’ve been building and running THE TRUE ENDLESS band for over 20 years in complete harmony and deep friendship until by a tragic fatality that took away my best friend’s life, the band has melted.

“In light of this, I was really surprised to read the statements made in the last interview made by Tom G. Fischer for Metal Wani appeared on BLABBERMOUTH.NET, where I am labeled as a negative person whom he had to free himself to restore positivity; it makes me smile that an important character like him needs to create gossip by throwing mud at my person with vague references to ‘very, very important reasons, crucial reasons that there was no way around it’, also involving drummer Pidi Leuenberger, with whom I have never had any kind of problem. About this, I hope that I will never have to find myself in a position to make public the reasons for breaking cooperation with TRIUMPH OF DEATH and consequently the removal of the two components of NIRYTH, which would make Mr. Fischer absolutely embarrassed and less than favourite.

“Having said that, I express my total astonishment at the very fact that there is a desperate and constant need to create rumors from Mr. Fischer, instead of working on behalf of his projects serenely, but stating that he owns totally the music created by ME for NIRYTH of is a big fat lie: we both have evidence that the project was initially born as MY personal project, originally thought to be totally composed of women; the music created is the result of more than 20 years of my ideas that had not yet come to life because I played in a band (THE TRUE ENDLESS) dedicated mainly to Black Metal with a very primitive and aggressive style. These songs of mine instead were born from a feeling of love and female rebirth that I have always tried to achieve.

“When I subjected to Mr. Fischer my pieces, he recognized the value of them, and after a few months he proposed to sing on my music. Since then we have met almost I find myself constantly traveling between Italy and Switzerland, almost once a week, to carry on the project, with great economic expense from me. When the songs have been completed, drummer Pidi Leuenberger was called to record the drums on the pieces recorded predominantly by me in Victor Sanctura’s studio, and last, Mr. Fischer’s voices were added. The songs are recorded in proportions of 50% and 50% (Fischer/Wallace) regularly in Gema, mr. Fischer owns the 100% of the lirycs. Now I wonder how they will be ‘transformed’ or modified to erase my motherhood into a project that was born from my heart, and that is the result of years of pain and passion put into music.

“My NIRYTH project is close to publication, with important and amazing collaborations of talented artists, with new and totally irresistible material.

“I hope that this statement of mine will be sufficient to put out these defamations permanently, which give a completely distorted and unrealistic view of the facts, as well as being nonprofessional and disrespectful to me.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Watch Nergal (Behemoth) Perform Hellhammer’s “Aggressor” With Triumph Of Death

During last night’s (December 15) “Merry Christless” show at Progresja in Warsaw, Poland, Adam “Nergal” Darski (Behemoth) joined Triumph Of Death onstage for a performance of Hellhammer’s “Aggressor.” You can see footage of that below:

The Original Misfits Added To 2019 Psycho Las Vegas

The Original Misfits have been added to the 2019 Psycho Las Vegas festival. They will be replacing Megadeth, who cancelled most of their 2019 dates due to Dave Mustaine’s throat cancer diagnosis. The event will be held at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV on August 16-18 and the updated daily lineups can be found below.

August 16: Electric Wizard, High On Fire, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Graveyard, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, Perturbator, Bad Religion, Fu Manchu, Cold Cave, YOB, En Minor, Goatwhore, Nothing, Glassjaw, Devil Master, Ilsa, Hangman’s Chair, Candy, Led Zeppelin II, Electric Citizen, Spindrift, LA Witch, and Royal Thunder.

August 17: Misfits, Clutch, Carcass, Triumph of Death, Old Man Gloom, The Black Angels, The Faint, Ornassi Pazuzu, Mark Lanegan, Black Mountain, The Obsessed, DVNE, Tobacco, Grails, Soft Kill, Full of Hell, Mork, Tomb Mold, Led Zeppelin II, Monophonics, Night Horse, and Levitation Room.

August 18: Opeth, Beach House, Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats, Mogwai, Rotting Christ, Kadavar, Deafheaven, Power Trip, 1349, Truckfighters, Amenra, Twin Temple, Dead Meadow, Have a Nice Life, Vio-Lence, Warhorse, Hell Fire, and Polyrhythmics.

“Two Minutes To Late Night” will also be present at the event and Andrew W.K. has been recruited for the closing ceremony.

On top of that, Corrosion of Conformity, Lucifer, Danava, ASG, Primitive Man, Idle Hands, Howling Giant, Thrown Into Exile, Motorbabe, Yakuza, Monophonics, Mother Mercury, and DJ Painkiller will all be performing at the festival’s pre-party event, which will take place at Daylight Beach Club on August 15.

Tom G. Warrior’s Hellhammer Tribute Band Triumph Of Death Announce Debut Live Shows

Tom G. Warrior has announced Triumph Of Death’s debut live shows. That project finds him performing music from his pre-Celtic Frost band Hellhammer. Here’s the dates:

06/19 Frankfurt, GER – Nachtleben
06/20 Essen, GER – Zeche Carl
06/21 Clisson, FRA – Hellfest
06/23 Varniai, LIT – Kilkim Zaibu Festival
08/01 Wacken, GER – Wacken Open Air
08/08 Obermehler-Schlotheim, GER – Party.San Festival
08/09 Jaromer, CZE – Brutal Assault Festival
08/17 Las Vegas, NV – Psycho Las Vegas

[via The PRP]

Megadeth, Opeth, Etc. Added To 2019 Psycho Las Vegas

A number of artists have been added to the 2019 Psycho Las Vegas festival, including Megadeth, Opeth, Mogwai, Vio-lence, and more. The event will be held at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV on August 16-18 and the updated lineup can be found below.

Lineup:

Megadeth
Opeth
Electric Wizard
Clutch
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Beach House
High On Fire
Bad Religion
Mogwai
The Black Angels
Mark Lanegan
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Graveyard
Deafheaven
Glassjaw
The Faint
Cold Cave
Fu Manchu
Triumph Of Death
Carcass
Rotting Christ
Power Trip
1349
Old Man Gloom
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
Tobacco
Dead Meadow
Oranssi Pazuzu
YOB
Black Mountain
Full Of Hell
Goatwhore
The Obsessed
En Minor
Kadavar
Amenra
Nothing
Perturbator
Soft Kill
Vio-lence
Truckfighters
Dvne
Grails
Have A Nice Life
Yakuza
Mork
Royal Thunder
Warhorse
Hangman’s Chair
L.A. Witch
Sprindrift
Twin Temple
Ilsa
Devil Master
Night Horse
Tomb Mold
Monophonics
Polyrhythmics
Electric Citizen
Led Zeppelin II
Motorbabe
Candy
Levitation Room
Hellfire
Mother Mercury

“Two Minutes To Late Night” will also be present at the event and Andrew W.K. has been recruited for the closing ceremony.

On top of that, Corrosion Of Conformity, Lucifer, Danava, ASG, Primitive Man, Howling Giant, Idle Hands, and Thrown Into Exile will be performing at the festival’s pre-party event, which will take place at Daylight Beach Club on August 15.

1349, Full Of Hell, Etc. Added To 2019 Psycho Las Vegas

1349, Beach House, Full Of Hell, Mark Lanegan, and Mork have all been added to the 2019 Psycho Las Vegas festival. The event will take place at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV on August 16-18 and previously announced acts include: Electric Wizard, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Clutch, Bad Religion, High On Fire, The Black Angels, Carcass, Triumph Of Death, The Faint, Cold Cave, Glassjaw, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Fu Manchu, Deafheaven, Graveyard, En Minor, Old Man Gloom, Power Trip, Rotting Christ, Goatwhore, Oranssi Pazuzu, Black Mountain, Perturbator, Tobacco, Nothing, Soft Kill, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, YOB, The Obsessed, Kadavar, Amenra, Grails, Truckfighters, Candy, Warhorse, Night Horse, Devil Master, Isla, Hangman’s Chair, Dvne, La Witch, Royal Thunder, Tomb Mold, and The Heavy Eyes.