UNEARTH guitarist Ken Susi, HATE ETERNAL frontman Erik Rutan and CANNIBAL CORPSE drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz were interviewed for this this week's episode of Noisecreep's "Creep Show", which can be viewed below.
CANNIBAL CORPSE, UNEARTH and HATE ETERNAL have just completed a North American tour with HATEBREED and BORN OF OSIRIS as part of the Decimation Of The Nation 2 package.
UNEARTH will headline for the second installment of the highly successful Atticus Metal Tour. The trek will take place in the spring of 2010 and will feature support from STICK TO YOUR GUNS, VEIL OF MAYA, THE GHOST INSIDE, CARNIFEX and YOUR DEMISE on select dates.
The deluxe version of UNEARTH's latest album, "The March", was released on November 10. The CD comes with a bonus DVD containing a tour documentary entitled "The Three Day March", featuring footage shot by acclaimed director Doug Spangenberg (LAMB OF GOD, EVERY TIME I DIE, JOB FOR A COWBOY) during UNEARTH's recent tour of the northeastern U.S. The DVD also features footage from inside the studio during the band's recording sessions for "The March" as well as party footage from the group's tour with TESTAMENT, entitled "Gig Life". In addition to the candid behind-the-scenes material, live footage of four songs are included from the Wacken Open Air festival in 2008. Rounding out the DVD are the three music videos shot for "The March" — "My Will Be Done", "Grave Of Opportunity" and "Crow Killer".
"I, Monarch", the third full-length album from HATE ETERNAL, was reissued in January as part of the "Earache Records Classic Series."
The "Earache Classic Series" recognizes some of the most important, influential and groundbreaking albums to be released by Earache, with each reissued album including a bonus DVD full of extra content.
"I, Monarch" is the monolithic 2005 album from HATE ETERNAL, the brainchild of acclaimed producer and ex-MORBID ANGEL guitarist Erik Rutan. The "Classic Series" edition comes coupled with the awesome "The Perilous Fight" DVD, which includes an entire live show filmed on four cameras at The Garage in London, U.K. in 2006, three promo music videos, an interview with the band and an exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary from the recording of the album.
CANNIBAL CORPSE issued a limited-edition 96-page comic book exclusively via Hot Topic. Drawn entirely by Vince Locke, who illustrated the acclaimed graphic novel "A History of Violence" and each of the band's album covers, the "Evisceration Plague" comic graphically depicts a story for every song on the band's album of the same name — arranged in order, no less. As an added bonus, each copy comes with a copy of the album.