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After a successful trek through Brazil with Immolition New York's Immolation as well as the European summer festival campaign, death metal pioneers Incantation have returned to the United States to finish work on their long-awaited eighth album.

Guitarist/vocalist John McEntee commented on the recent tour: "I would like to thank everyone on behalf of Incantation for making this festival run our most successful to date. To get the opportunity to play for so many diehard death metal fans was absolutely amazing. We are especially thankful to all our supporters for giving us a warm welcome at all the festivals, you guys were amazing and totally raging every day. Most of all we would like to thank Sam Inzerra [Mortician / Funerus] for doing a phenomenal job filling in for Kyle on drums. Without you this run would probably not be able to happen."

Bassist Chuck Sherwood added: "To the hoards of thousands that littered the fests of this past run. Old friends and new, brothers whom we shared a stage, and the unmatched support of the staff of each fest respectively. It's my hope that our performance reflected the metal rage that you gave us, Hails!'

The band has also revealed that their forthcoming release will be a concept album entitled "Vanquish in Vengeance." The album is expected to drop this November via Listenable Records.

McEntee comments on the album: "The title track is about the massacre of Saxons in the town of Verdun in 782, called on by order of King Charlemagne. As an album title it has a different meaning to me. Vanquish in Vengeance symbolizes the long history of the band. We have fought many battles over the years to keep things going. We have always stayed true to our original vision and have never caved into trends. After a long wait between albums we are back with a vengeance with some of our darkest and heaviest material to date."

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Death metal pioneers Incantation have recorded an exclusive track for Decibel Magazine's Flexi Disc series, which is available only to subscribers. For their contribution to Decibel, Incantation founder John McEntee dug into his vault and pulled up the tune "Degeneration," off the self-titled 1989 demo from his pre-Incantation tech-thrash band, Revenant.

Incantation gave the song a proper reworking and the deathed-up, newly-recorded version of the song will appear inside the December 2012 issue of Decibel. Non-subscribers have until 9 a.m. on Wednesday, October 10th to visit Decibel Magazine to sign up in time to receive the disc. Incantation is set to release the follow-up to 2006's "Primordial Decimation," a concept album entitled "Vanquish in Vengeance," this November on Listenable Records.

 

 

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JBt ja nisam ni znao da je svirao u Ravenantu al opet po arhivama nije cak svirao ni na prvom epiju? Uostalom to mu dodje obrada ,posto je ravenant izdao onu kompilaciju sa demosima,gde ima i te pesme (ko za inat nemogu da nadjem to na hardu)

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"Vanquish in Vengeance" track listing:

 

01. Invoked Infinity

02. Ascend into the Eternal

03. Progeny of Tyranny

04. Transcend into Absolute Dissolution

05. Haruspex

06. Vanquish In Vengeance

07. Profound Loathing

08. The Hellions Genesis

09. From Hollow Sands

10. Legion of Dis

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Legendary death metallers Incantation recently filmed a video for the track "Invoked Infinity" off their critically-acclaimed newest release, "Vanquish in Vengeance." "Invoked Infinity" is Incantation's first video in over a decade and will premier on February 14th at Decibel magazine. Incantation has also posted a few live dates, which follow below.

The band's highly-anticipated follow up to 2006's "Primordial Domination" features over 50 minutes of the band's trademark dark and unholy death metal. Recorded at the infamous Mars Recording Compound with engineer Bill Korecky and mixed and mastered by the legendary Dan Swano at Unisound studios, "Vanquish in Vengeance" deals with the numerous counts of genocide in the name of religion our society has witnessed over a millennia.

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