TERRY BUTLER Says RICK ROZZ ‘Destroyed’ MASSACRE With His ‘Backstabbing’

Terry Butler says that his former MASSACRE bandmates Rick Rozz and Mike Mazzonetto "destroyed" the band with their "behind-the-scenes backtalking and backstabbing." MASSACRE's last incarnation included guitarist Rozz and drummer Mazzonetto alongside Butler and vocalist Ed Webb. That lineup lasted for four years and released a critically acclaimed album, 2014's "Back From Beyond", via Century Media Records. Back in December, Rozz and singer Kam Lee announced that they were rejoining forces in a revamped version of MASSACRE, dubbed MASSACRE X . The main objective of the group — which also features Rozz's THE END bandmates Michael Grim (bass/vocals) and Mazzonetto — was said to be "to rekindle the sound, style, aggression, and passion that originally elevated MASSACRE to cult status in the death metal scene two and a half decades ago." In a brand new interview with Metal Wani, Butler confirmed that he had no involvement in the reactivated MASSACRE and explained: "When 'Back From Beyond' came out in 2014, it was a great record and we did a tour with DEATH TO ALL and OBITUARY, and we had another tour lined up in Europe with DEATH TO ALL. But by the end of the tour, Rick and the drummer Mikey had destroyed the band. They sabotaged it — a lot of behind-the-scenes backtalking and backstabbing they did. So I said, 'That's it. The band's over.' Because Bill Andrews [original MASSACRE drummer], who owns the band name, and it's his band, gave us his blessing to keep MASSACRE going. So when all that went down, it's, like, 'That's it. The band's over.' But recently, Rick has a band called THE END, and they were doing their own thing, whatever. But then Kam Lee got involved, and they wanted to call the band MASSACRE. So Bill and I were, like, 'No. You're not gonna do that. You're not gonna keep watering down the band name. And that's it. You've gotta call it something else, but you ain't gonna call it MASSACRE,' because, legally, Bill and I own the name. So… whatever." Butler went on to make it clear that Rozz and Lee's new band "cannot be called MASSACRE." He added: "They can do all they want and write all the songs in the world they want, but it's not gonna be called MASSACRE." MASSACRE X will make its live debut on June 24 at the Protzen Open Air festival in Protzen, Germany. Additional shows will take place later in the year. The band's plan is to play songs from the "From Beyond" album, along with a few new tracks and old classics from DEATH and the pre-DEATH outfit MANTAS. Rozz started his career at the age of 16 when he formed MANTAS with Chuck Schuldiner. The band's "Death By Metal" demo from 1984 was as influential on the early death metal scene as early recordings by POSSESSED (who released their infamous "Death Metal" demo the same year) and HELLHAMMER's 1983 demos. MANTAS changed its name to DEATH later in 1984, followed by the creation of MASSACRE, with Butler joining the group a short time later. After recording and touring as members of DEATH, Rozz and Butler released the MASSACRE death metal cult classic "From Beyond" in 1991, influencing generations of extreme metal bands worldwide.
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Identity Of GHOST’s New Keyboard Player Revealed?

Zac Baird, the American musician best known for his collaboration with KORN, is rumored to be the new keyboard player for GHOST. Baird has been posting hints on his official Twitter account about his involvement with a new, mystery band. In addition to revealing that last night (Friday, March 24) marked his first show with this new outfit, he tweeted this not-so-suble hint earlier in the day about the identity of his new group: "I've spent 90% of my life in costume." After a fan told Baird in a tweet on March 14 that she was looking forward to seeing Baird with KORN in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Zac responded, "Will not be there with KORN, but stopping there with someone else," possibly referring to GHOST's May 6 appearance in the city at the Maximum Festival. Baird, who has been touring with KORN for more than a decade, is one of several musicians who are believed to have joined GHOST for the band's current tour following the dismissal of the entire backing group that previously toured in support of 2015's "Meliora" album and last year's "Popestar" EP. The new GHOST lineup kicked off its 2017 "Popestar" European tour last night at Norwich UEA in Norwich, England. None of the GHOST bandmembers' real names have ever been revealed, although singer Papa Emeritus is believed to be Swedish rock musician Tobias Forge, who writes almost all of the group's music and does most of the act's interviews disguised as a member of his backing band of Nameless Ghouls. Since none of the musicians in the band are ever identified, personnel changes in the group have gone unannounced. It is believed, however, that the lineup has changed a few times over the years. Earlier this month, Swedish musician Martin Persner released a two-minute video message in which he claimed to have played guitar for GHOST for seven years under the name Omega or Quintessence. He also revealed that he exited the band last July, although he did not disclose the reasons for his departure. zacbairdtwitterghost_638 zacbairdtwitterghost2

Identity Of GHOST’s New Keyboard Player Revealed?

Zac Baird, the American musician best known for his collaboration with KORN, is rumored to be the new keyboard player for GHOST. Baird has been posting hints on his official Twitter account about his involvement with a new, mystery band. In addition to revealing that last night (Friday, March 24) marked his first show with this new outfit, he tweeted this not-so-suble hint earlier in the day about the identity of his new group: "I've spent 90% of my life in costume." After a fan told Baird in a tweet on March 14 that she was looking forward to seeing Baird with KORN in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Zac responded, "Will not be there with KORN, but stopping there with someone else," possibly referring to GHOST's May 6 appearance in the city at the Maximum Festival. Baird, who has been touring with KORN for more than a decade, is one of several musicians who are believed to have joined GHOST for the band's current tour following the dismissal of the entire backing group that previously toured in support of 2015's "Meliora" album and last year's "Popestar" EP. The new GHOST lineup kicked off its 2017 "Popestar" European tour last night at Norwich UEA in Norwich, England. None of the GHOST bandmembers' real names have ever been revealed, although singer Papa Emeritus is believed to be Swedish rock musician Tobias Forge, who writes almost all of the group's music and does most of the act's interviews disguised as a member of his backing band of Nameless Ghouls. Since none of the musicians in the band are ever identified, personnel changes in the group have gone unannounced. It is believed, however, that the lineup has changed a few times over the years. Earlier this month, Swedish musician Martin Persner released a two-minute video message in which he claimed to have played guitar for GHOST for seven years under the name Omega or Quintessence. He also revealed that he exited the band last July, although he did not disclose the reasons for his departure. zacbairdtwitterghost_638 zacbairdtwitterghost2

THE PRETTY RECKLESS’s TAYLOR MOMSEN Is Open To Collaborating With EMINEM

Taylor Momsen has shot down as untrue a rumor that she is working with Eminem on his upcoming album. Reports of a collaboration between the THE PRETTY RECKLESS singer and the rap superstar first surfaced earlier this month, with no credible source cited to corroborate the information. Asked by Meltdown of the WRIF radio station in Detroit, Michigan if there is any validity to the rumor that she is making music with Eminem, Taylor said: "I keep hearing that rumor. It's not true, as far as I now, but I am a fan of his." Pressed on whether she would work with the the Detroit rapper if she was approached about it, Momsen said: "If the circumstance and the song was… If it was natural and organic and worked out in an actual artistic way, then yeah, sure." The frontwoman went on to call Eminem "amazing" and "a genius in his own right." THE PRETTY RECKLESS's latest album, "Who You Selling For", came out last October. The disc was produced by the band's longtime collaborator Kato Khandwala. THE PRETTY RECKLESS will continue to tour throughout the year in support of the album, hitting major markets and festival shows, including Rock On The Range, Carolina Rebellion and Rocklahoma in the U.S. as well as playing European and South American dates.

BUTCHER BABIES Begin Recording Third Album; Short Clip Of New Song Available

BUTCHER BABIES have begun recording the follow-up to their 2015 album "Take It Like A Man" for a tentative late 2017 release via Century Media Records. A short clip of a new song with the working title "Chevelle" can be heard in the Instagram post below. BUTCHER BABIES vocalist Carla Harvey told the Rock 105 radio station last year about the musical direction for the band's next record: "Me and Heidi [Shepherd, BUTCHER BABIES co-vocalist] and all the rest of the band, of course, as well, we've been sharing notes and talking about our vision for the next album and trying some different things and bringing in some different influences that we haven't done before, and we're really excited." She continued: "I was always a huge PJ Harvey fan and a fan of Poe — if you remember Poe from the '90s. When I was growing up, I loved them. So even though I'm a die-hard, old-school thrash metal chick, I really loved some of that stuff. And I'm thinking about how we could incorporate a little bit of that kind of sound." Harvey added that BUTCHER BABIES' willingness to experiment doesn't mean that the band will abandon its core sound. "I think that you evolve and you wanna try new things," she said. "And I hope people are open to hearing new things. You know, a lot of times, people only wanna hear the same sound year after year after year from a band, and it's not fun for a band to do that, because you wanna grow and you want to try new things… And we're always gonna be BUTCHER BABIES, we're always gonna be a metal band, so those elements will always be there. Never fear! But trying some new stuff never hurts." "Take It Like A Man" was produced by Logan Mader, who has previously worked with FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, DEVILDRIVER, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY and GOJIRA.

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STRATOVARIUS Is Not Interested In Recording Album Of Covers

Wave TV conducted an interview with vocalist Timo Kotipelto and keyboardist Jens Johansson of Finnish/Swedish melodic metallers STRATOVARIUS prior to the band's November 19, 2016 show at Pakkahuone in Tampere, Finland where they were playing their 1996 "Episode" album in its entirety. You can watch the full chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On playing "Episode" in full: Jens: "It was the anniversary, 20 years since it was released. It was because of that, like, 'Oh, we should do something!" Timo: "A couple of years ago, we played the whole 'Visions' album. The feedback from the fans was super-good. And then we were thinking, 'Okay, 'Episode' is coming up on its 20th anniversary. Why not play it?' At least to me, it was more challenging as an album. It's more progressive compared to our new stuff. It's been so much fun to play this album." On the recent trend of bands playing their classic albums in full live: Timo: "Actually it's not a duty. It's a pleasure. When this idea came up last spring, then at least I didn't remember it was going to be the 20th anniversary for 'Episode'. I decided myself I would be up for playing this. Then later on, somebody said, 'That's a good idea. It's going to be 20 years.' It wasn't like we needed to do it." On whether playing their older material is more challenging than their more recent material: Jens: "I don't think so. Some of the songs we have never played live. Everybody had to learn them, in a way. I think also the only challenge is that when you make an album, it's not exactly meant to be played in its entirety live, so I think you make an album sort of like it's meant to be listened to at home. This album has quite a lot of slower songs and epic songs, so we tried fiddling around with the sequence a little bit. We don't play an album in sequence of how it was released. Other than that, it's great. There's some really nice songs." Timo: "This album, to me, is probably one of the most challenging to sing. I think Matias [Kupiainen, guitar] told me yesterday that he counted all of the super-high vocals and 'Episode' has more super-high-pitched vocals compared to any of our other albums. Then I was like, 'No wonder I have been feeling like shit!' There are some songs that go super-high, but when I listen to these songs that we haven't been playing live for many years, there's one song we've never played live before, so we went back 20 years almost, to listen to them, there was a nice surprise. I was like, 'Oh, wow, these songs are pretty good!' They're almost fresh to me. Every time you make an album, you recall the album when you were working on the songs. Then when it comes out, you are already bored, like, 'I don't want to hear these songs anymore.' Or, 'There's a five-week European tour coming up.' But now it's like, 'These songs are great!'" Jens: "We recorded the next album ['Visions'] very soon after this. We never had time to play a lot of gigs with these songs. We went into the studio right away and made the next one. There was not so much time to reflect on this album. We just recorded it and did a new one." On the band's thoughts on doing cover songs: Timo: "We did record some individual cover songs ten or fifteen years ago because the label requested them. To me, it's a problem because the original is always the original. You can't make it better. You can make it different, but then if there's no proper input from the band and you can actually make something nice out of the songs, then it doesn't make any sense." Jens: "If somebody came up with a great idea, but it's more often when people do this, they want to put an album out without having to write songs. It's a clever way of making an album without having to write anything. You make a cover album. 'Great success! New album out? We didn't have to write anything.' It's very simple, but I don't know… We should focus on making a proper album." Timo: "Yes, definitely." "Episode" was released in April of 1996 by T&T/Noise and was the first STRATOVARIUS album to feature Johansson, who previously played with Yngwie Malmsteen and DIO, among others. STRATOVARIUS's most recent studio album, "Eternal" was released in 2015 via earMUSIC.

GUS G. Says New FIREWIND Vocalist HENNING BASSE Is ‘One Of The Best Power Metal Singers Of Our Generation’

Metal Assault recently conducted an interview with Greek guitar virtuoso Gus G., well known in rock and metal circles for his work as Ozzy Osbourne's guitarist and as leader of his own band FIREWIND. You can listen to the full chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On reactivating FIREWIND after doing two solo albums: Gus: "The whole idea from the start was to do another FIREWIND album whenever I felt ready and had good enough material. That time came now, basically. It was just the right time for us to do a new record. It was really simple as that." On how he makes the distinction between his solo material and FIREWIND: Gus: "I think it's pretty easy for me to do that. FIREWIND is, like, older, classic heavy metal, like all of my IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST, or maybe Euro power metal ideas. It's pretty easy, 'Okay I know that it's going to be a FIREWIND track.' Whereas with my solo records, it's going to be the hard rock stuff I do, or these crazy '80s instrumentals. [Laughs]" On whether he always knew he'd go back to doing FIREWIND: Gus: "Yeah, it's my band. I started it when I was a kid. I didn't see a reason to stop. Of course, we've gone through a lot of lineup changes, especially with singers. That can hurt the band after some point, but not only myself, but the rest of the band also felt that, 'Hey, man, we worked hard for this. There's no reason why we should quit especially since we still have fans out there who want to hear from us.'" On how his work as a solo artist and in FIREWIND appeals to a wide variety of fans: Gus: "I would say with the solo stuff that I do, the audience, the core of it, it's still FIREWIND fans because that's where they know me from. But then again, there's a chunk of Ozzy fans who come in, but also a lot of guitar players. In a sense, because my solo project is still in its beginning stages, I'm still finding a new audience. I am aware not all FIREWIND are digging that stuff, but the majority of them, they dig it and they've been supporting me too." On new FIREWIND vocalist Henning Basse (METALIUM, SONS OF SEASONS): Gus: "At the end of the day, because a lot of names were thrown into the mix, it was like 'Maybe we should try out this guy or that guy. Maybe we should talk to whoever.' I reconnected with Henning after losing touch with him, in 2014. I called him up to help with some of my solo shows, then the next thing you know, he's out with me touring Europe. I went, 'This is the guy. He's still looking for a band, apparently. We're still looking for a singer. We know the guy. He can sing our back catalog and he's a good friend.' So there you have it." On the differences between Basse and ex-FIREWIND vocalist Apollo Papathanasio: Gus: "Anytime you have a new singer, the identity of the band is going to be altered. The voice is the identity of the band. Luckily, Henning falls into the category of this genre of music and he fits really well with our style. He is still different from Apollo and the other singers, but he still has a similar background if you know what I mean. It's not like we got a glam rock singer or something. [Laughs] Or it's not like all of the sudden we got some guy singing opera or something. It's still classic heavy metal. I think all of our singers, the background is guys like [Ronnie James] Dio, [David] Coverdale and stuff like that. We like those thick voices, mid-range voices with some grit on it. I think Henning fits very well. Like I said, Henning is a more appropriate power metal singer because he's been considered, not now, but for many years, especially in Europe, one of the best power metal singers of our generation. We were also surprised that even up to now, he wasn't picked up by a bigger band. It was a good opportunity for us and a great opportunity for him to finally find a band to call home." On how he plans to balance his solo work with FIREWIND: Gus: "I always write stuff. I already have seven or eight ideas for my next solo record. I think both projects are going to co-exist now. I'm either going to be touring with one band, like when FIREWIND is on a break, I'm going to be doing solo stuff and then vice-versa, when the solo stuff is on a break, then FIREWIND is going to come out. I think it's going to be both at the same time, or maybe try to split it to one year each, depending on what offers we get and what the interest is from promoters. Sometimes, you want to control things, but you can't because when opportunities come, you just can't miss out on them and you have to do some stuff. We're going to try to balance it out for sure. One thing is for sure, it's going to be a non-stop, 12-months-a-year workload for me, which is a good thing." On whether he wants to release an album a year between his two bands: Gus: "That would be the perfect scenario where we don't have to shove each project down people's throats continuously. We can take breaks with FIREWIND and [go out] as a solo guy, then go back to doing FIREWIND. That will keep it refreshing for me as well." FIREWIND's eighth studio album, "Immortals", was released on January 20 via the band's longtime label partner Century Media.

DESTRUCTION Frontman Says Internet ‘Keyboard Warriors’ Are ‘A Bit Ridiculous’

Metal Wani's Carla Morton conducted an interview with DESTRUCTION vocalist/bassist Schmier prior to the band's January 31 show at Fabrica in Bucharest, Romania. You can listen to the full chat below. A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On how crowds have been responding to the band's 2016 "Under Attack" album: Schmier: "New songs will always take a little time to get into the setlist, but we usually play three to four off the new album. The reaction has been good; it's good live material, I think. The new album has songs that are working really well live. The reactions are great every night." On why DESTRUCTION changed studios several times for the recording of "Under Attack": Schmier: "Sometimes you have to see what the circumstances are. We have several studios that we like, and sometimes you have to see what's booked out or which room is best for the drums. We recorded in one studio, the drums, and one other studio, the rest. It was a collaboration." On the band's writing process: Schmier: "You need a little time and you cannot write every year. That's what we did back in the day that we'd write a new album every year. Nowadays, that's more difficult. We now take our time when we write and there still good ideas coming out, so it works pretty well, still. We're just taking a little bit more time nowadays. There's no more rush to release an album a year or every two years." On the band's "Second To None" song from "Under Attack": Schmier: "[It's about] the keyboard warriors, the trolls. People have a lot of frustration that are on the Internet and that can have a voice. When you're in the business for so long, you see a lot. It's sad to see in the metal scene. Metal is about standing together; we're outsiders of society anyway. Our music is a very special thing. I don't like to see this tendency to see people bashing each other on the boards. It's a modern media thing and 'Second To None' is a song about it. Of course, it's a provocation for us as people, so we wrote the song about it. It's been interesting to see the reactions. I wonder what kind of poor lives those people have that they have to bash other people. We grew up back in the day where it wasn't possible, so it's a strange development of the Internet. I like the Internet. It's a great, fast way for us to reach fans, in general, it's a great thing, but those keyboard warriors, those frustrated people are a little bit ridiculous, that's why we made a song about it." On whether DESTRUCTION has started to write new material: Schmier: "We're actually working on a best-of album at the moment. It's a re-recording called 'Thrash Anthems Vol. 2'. That will be the next project that comes out. The new album will be, who knows, 2018 maybe or something. It's going to take a while. The next project will definitely best-of re-recorded classics." On adding HAMMERFALL guitarist Pontus Norgren to his side band, PANZER: Schmier: "Pontus is a great old friend. I met him even before he played in HAMMERFALL. Stefan [Schwarzmann], the drummer, is a good friend of his for years. He brought in the name and he's a fantastic solo guitar player and a great guy. He was very interested to join PANZER so we made an instantaneous decision to bring him into the band. We did the first song together. It sounded great. He's a very professional guy and a nice person. There's a very good vibe in the band, which is important." On when PANZER will release a new studio album: Schmier: "This year for sure. Maybe around summertime, hopefully." On his "dream" thrash metal tour: Schmier: "It's very difficult. Maybe KREATOR, SODOM and TANKARD. [Laughs] That's what everybody is waiting for. That would be the 'German Big Four' thing that everybody wants. I think we have to do it one day, hopefully. [KREATOR leader] Mille [Petrozza] was talking about it lately and we're ready. We said 'Yes, we're ready to do it.' It's KREATOR's call. They are the biggest of us all at the moment. If they want to do it, then I'm sure we can get a package together. Hopefully it will happen next year. It's going to be nice to tour together because we're old friends. It's going to be also good venues, big places, good production, so it's going to be great for the fans. Hopefully soon." DESTRUCTION recently announced the "North America Under Attack" tour. The trek will begin in Oakland, California on May 22 and hit nineteen cities, including Chicago, New York, and Atlanta, before concluding in Los Angeles at the Regent Theater on June 11. Direct support will come from Los Angeles thrash metallers WARBRINGER and Wisconsin death metallers JUNGLE ROT.

THE NEARLY DEADS To Release ‘Revenge Of The Nearly Deads’ EP In May

Nashville rock band THE NEARLY DEADS will release a brand new EP, "Revenge Of The Nearly Deads", on May 26. In making their third EP and follow-up to their 2014 full-length album, "Invisible Tonight", the group called on their fans, known as the #zombienation, to help fund the effort via a PledgeMusic campaign that ended up surpassing their goal by 148% in a short amount of time. The band also took this opportunity to help raise awareness about breast cancer, a cause they're deeply passionate about, and ultimately donated 10% of money raised from the campaign to the Keep A Breast charity. Led by the inimitable songstress Theresa Jeane, along with Steven Tobi (guitar), Kevin Koelsch (bass), Javier Garza Jr. (guitar) and Josh Perrone (drums), THE NEARLY DEADS blend an amalgam of powerful pop vocals and aggressive alternative rock music to create a truly unique genre that not only gives a nod to gritty grunge, but brings it back in a way never heard before. Evidence of this musical evolution came to fruition in the form of a breakthrough track called "Never Look Back", which achieved viral success with a zombie-infused music video that skyrocketed past seven million views. The sudden notoriety, helped the band gain a massive amount of new fans from around the world and set the stage to become one of the rock scene's next break out bands. "We had a lot of fun making 'Revenge' and hope people have fun rocking out to it," says Jeane. "A lot of the songs on this EP focus on themes of moving on, being yourself, and realizing how much better off you can be once you shed the negativity in your life. It's about a mutual understanding between us and the fans that they love us for who we are and we love them right back. We want to remind people they don't have to change for anybody." "This is going to be our heaviest, most polished, creative and catchy album yet," adds Tobi. "I'm really excited to share it with all of you and am forever grateful to everyone who pledged to help make this EP possible." THE NEARLY DEADS will head out on the "Break Into Action Tour" this spring (April 18-May 25) with EYES SET TO KILL and BAD SEED RISING. Tickets for the tour go on sale March 28 at 10 a.m. PST (Soundrink VIP on-sale) and March 29 at 10 a.m. local time (general on-sale).
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DISBELIEF: Listen To New Song ‘Full Of Terrors’

"Full Of Terrors", a brand new song from German death metallers DISBELIEF, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, "The Symbol Of Death", which will be released on April 21 via Listenable Records. According to a press release, the follow-up to 2010's "Heal" is "a monster. First, band founder and vocalist Karsten 'Jagger' Jäger's guttural signature has never sounded so intense and relentless, and the precise and bloodthirsty double-bass drums back up a colossal wall of thickly produced, face-melting guitars. Still, the band adds in a melodic flavor that never sounds obvious." Jäger comments on the studio experience: "We recorded and mixed 'The Symbol Of Death' at Rombado Recordings in Essen, Germany. It was the first time for us in this studio, and the band is very satisfied with the result. The combination of the brutal side of DISBELIEF and the melodic, apocalyptic parts of the band are displayed here better than ever before. Many excellent riffs, some fast stuff, some mid-tempo songs, it's a great trip going through those twelve strong, raw and aggressive death metal songs." Asked about the lyrical themes explored on "The Symbol Of Death", Jäger says: "'Rest In Peace' is personal and deals with my father dying of cancer and his fight against this crawling sickness that destroyed him slowly. The song 'One By One' is dedicated to [Austrian Nazi hunter and writer] Simon Wiesenthal and is looking into the minds of all the German people who survived the Nazi regime, knowing what was going on with the Jews, betraying and denying their best friends to save their own lives. Everyone who survived such experience had to live with that shame until the rest of their lives; that's justice. 'To Defy Control' is an anti-addiction song about the daily manipulations people have to go through." The artwork for "The Symbol Of Death" was created by renowned artist Eliran Kantor, who has previously worked with TESTAMENT, HATEBREED, SOULFLY and KATAKLYSM, among others. Jäger explains the concept: "The cover artwork shows two statues. They're blessing each other and betraying and stabbing each other in the back with the other hand at the same time, a hypocritical blessing." "The Symbol Of Death" track listing: 01. Full Of Terrors 02. The Unsuspecting One 03. The Symbol Of Death 04. Embrace The Blaze 05. To Defy Control 06. Rest In Peace 07. Evil Ghosts 08. One By One 09. Nothing To Heal 10. The Circle 11. Into Glory Ride 12. Shattered 13. Anthem For The Doomed DISBELIEF 2017 is: Karsten "Jagger" Jäger - Vocals Jochen "Joe" Trunk - Bass Alexander "Alex" Hagenauer - Guitar David "Dave" Renner - Guitar Fabian "Fab" Regmann - Drums
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