Septicflesh To Release “Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX” In July

Septicflesh‘s new live release, “Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX,“ is set to be released on July 31. The effort was filmed during the band’s February 2, 2019 show at the Metropolitan Theater in Mexico City, Mexico in which they performed with the Symphonic Experience Orchestra, the Enharmonía Vocalis Choir, and the National University of Mexico Children’s and Youth Choir.

“Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX” Track Listing:

01. “Intro”
02. “Portrait Of A Headless Man”
03. “Martyr”
04. “Prototype”
05. “The Pyramid God”
06. “The Enemy Of Truth”
07. “Communion”
08. “The Vampire From Nazareth”
09. “Dogma Of Prometheus”
10. “Lovecraft’s Death”
11. “Dante’s Inferno”
12. “Persepolis”
13. “A Great Mass Of Death”
14. “Anubis”
15. “Dark Art”

The band had the following to say about the release, which will be available on Blu-ray, DVD, CD, vinyl and digitally:

“On the 2nd of February 2019, a historic for SEPTICFLESH show took place in Mexico City at a fully packed Metropolitan Theater. For the first time and with the help of over 100 musicians, our songs were performed live in their full symphonic glory. The whole show was recorded and now it is time to present it to all our fans in a DVD/Blu Ray 5.1 entitled ‘Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX‘ that will be released from Season of Mist. We are grateful to all people that made this experience possible and success!”

Napalm Death Announce New Vinyl Reissues

Napalm Death will be reissuing “Time Waits For No Slave,” “Smear Campaign,” “Utilitarian,” and “Apex Predator – Easy Meat” on limited edition vinyl this summer. “Time Waits For No Slave” and “Smear Campaign” will be available on July 24, while “Utilitarian” and “Apex Predator – Easy Meat” will be available on August 21.

Here’s the available options:

  • 200 black vinyl on all accounts
  • 100 red smoke vinyl with Decibel Magazine
  • 300 blue smoke vinyl on the Century Media US store
  • 300 black ice vinyl on the Indie Store

A special issue of Decibel Magazine will also be released alongside the reissues. Decibel‘s Editor-in-Chief Albert Mudrain commented:

“Without Napalm Death, there would be no Decibel. They are a personal all-time favorite and one of the core bands central to the aesthetic of the entire magazine. To revisit these LPs upon their release through the lens of Decibel has been a blast. And to have those stories be a central part of these beautiful reissues has been surreal.”

Leprous To Reissue “Coal” And “The Congregation” On Vinyl

Leprous’ “Coal” and “The Congregation“ will be receiving new vinyl pressings later this year. Both efforts will be available in multiple colors on July 3.

Here’s all the various options:

Leprous “Coal” (2 LP+1 CD):

  • Black vinyl – Unlimited
  • Lilac vinyl – 200 copies (Via CM Distro Europe)
  • Mint vinyl – 400 copies (Via CM Distro Europe and USA Webshop)
  • Transparent Magenta – 200 copies (Via band & O-Merch Webshop)

Leprous – “The Congregation” (2 LP+1 CD):

  • Black vinyl – Unlimited
  • Dark Green vinyl – 200 copies (Via CM Distro Europe)
  • White vinyl – 400 copies (Via CM Distro Europe and USA Webshop)
  • Transparent Sun Yellow – 200 copies (Via band & O-Merch Webshop)

Shining (NOR) Release 10th Anniversary Vinyl Edition Of “Blackjazz”, Stream Bonus Track Featuring Ihsahn

Shining (Norway) are celebrating the 10th anniversary of “Blackjazz“ with a new vinyl pressing. This version of the effort comes with a previously unreleased version of “The Madness And The Damage Done” featuring Emperor’s Ihsahn. The band said the following about that track:

“Check out our new single featuring Ihsahn! It’s awesome! The vocals were recorded back in 2010, just after the release of Blackjazz, but Jørgen Munkeby never got his jazzy ass around to finalizing this special version of the song. Until this year, 10 freakin’ years later!”

Machine Head’s “Burn My Eyes” To Receive New Vinyl Pressing

A new limited edition vinyl pressing of Machine Head’s 1994 debut album “Burn My Eyes“ will be released on September 25. The effort will include five demos from the Australian tour edition of the record and it can be pre-ordered HERE.

High On Fire Announce Limited Edition Vinyl Reissues

eOne Music will be releasing limited edition vinyl pressings of High On Fire’s “Bat Salad,” “Snakes For The Divine,“ and “De Vermis Mysteriis” on June 12. Here’s the available options:

  • “Bat Salad” (clear with glow in the dark green splatter vinyl)
  • “Bat Salad” (smog with green vinyl)
  • “De Vermis Mysteriis” (cornetto clear with translucent ruby red vinyl)
  • “De Vermis Mysteriis” (opaque galaxy with opaque apple, opaque silver vinyl)
  • “Snakes For The Divine” (10th Anniversary Edition on clear with glow in the dark red splatter vinyl)
  • “Snakes For The Divine” (10th Anniversary Edition on ghostly on translucent orange crush with translucent black ice vinyl)

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Failure’s New Vinyl Box Set Delayed Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

Failure’s new vinyl set, “Failure: 1992-1996,“ has been delayed. The set was originally supposed to be released on April 7, but it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The band commented:

“Due to manufacturing delays related to Covid-19, the shipping date for the Failure Boxset has been pushed back. At this point, many vinyl plants worldwide are temporarily shutdown, so we can not currently project a release date. To compensate for this unfortunate turn of events and give a little quarantine goodwill we have decided to release download codes to the digital versions of the remixed/remastered audio to anyone who has already purchased the boxset. We have your E-mail and you will receive a download code by this Tuesday, April 7th. If you purchase now, and moving forward, you will also receive the codes.”

In other news, the group have also confirmed that their special July tour is still on for now:

“Concerning the July shows in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York— as they are still more than 90 days away no decision has been made to cancel them yet, so we are moving ahead with preparation as though they are going to happen. Of course, this could change as stay-at-home orders are extended, so stay tuned for further updates.”

[via The PRP]