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Savage Messiah give away last album for free on Bittorrent

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , on 7th March 2014 by Nico Davidson

London metallers Savage Messiah are giving away their last album for free via Bittorrent ahead of the release of their upcoming album The Fateful Dark.

Plague Of Conscience was originally released in 2012 and is available now on BitTorrent, with the first three tracks available instantly and the full album available after entering your e-mail address.  You can download Plague Of Conscience now for free on BitTorrent at this location.

Savage Messiah’s new album, The Fateful Dark, is due to be released on 10th March in Europe, 18th March in the USA and 7th April in the UK. The album is available to pre-order now from the Earache Webstore on CD with an exclusive bonus disc featuring three cover tracks, and is also available on limited edition coloured vinyl LP in the following quantities and colours:

100 – Iconocaust Clear
200 – Hellblazer (Red & Yellow Splatter)
300 – Cross of Babylon (Transparent Red)
400 – Black

All vinyl orders of The Fateful Dark also include a bonus 10″ vinyl featuring four cover tracks.  See an image of the different vinyl colours at this location. You can pre-order The Fateful Dark now from the Earache Webstore in Europe at this locationor in North America at this location.

The Fateful Dark is also available to pre-order now on iTunes, including three bonus tracks and three instant grat tracks, at this location.

Savage Messiah online:

http://facebook.com/SavageMessiahMetal
http://twitter.com/savagemessiah

 

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New Savage Messiah track streaming online

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on 13th January 2014 by Nico Davidson

London metallers Savage Messiah have posted a new song from their upcoming album The Fateful Dark, which is set for release on 10th March in Europe via Earache and 18th March in North American via Century Media and Earache.

Savage Messiah, who were recently banned from entering the Freemason UK headquarters in London for a photo shoot after the society deemed the band’s name offensive, are releasing three instant grat tracks on iTunes which can be downloaded in advance of the album’s release.

The new track, called Minority of One, is available now as an instant grat download and can be heard below, along with a previously-released track, Cross of Babylon.  A further track, Hellblazer, will be available as an instant grat download on iTunes on 10th February. Savage Messiah frontman Dave Silver comments:

The title for this song comes from a famous saying by Ghandi, who said that even if you’re in a minority of one, the truth is the truth.  Which is a good message to people about breaking the mould and not getting sucked into ‘group think’ mentality.  Standing up for what’s objectively right and not compromising for the sake of social acceptance.  Musically, this is my favourite Savage Messiah track ever; we’ve managed to marry the thrash and heavy metal elements into a cohesive track, which is catchy and melodic, but still fast and thrashy.  Enjoy!

Sava Messiah online:

http://facebook.com/SavageMessiahMetal
http://twitter.com/savagemessiah
http://savagemessiah.tumblr.com

 

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Savage Messiah banned from United Grand Lodge

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on 24th December 2013 by Nico Davidson

British metallers Savage Messiah found themselves banned from the United Grand Lodge of England, the oldest Masonic Grand Lodge in the world, after attempting to hire the building for a photo shoot. The reason behind the banning was that the Freemasons find the band’s name to be offensive, citing:

There are concerns over the group’s name and we have to be conscious of our members.

Savage Messiah’s third album, The Fateful Dark, which is to be released on 10th March 2014, thematically covers some of the rituals and controversy of the that surrounds the secret society of Freemasonry. Cross of Babylon, the third track makes reference to a highly secretive Masonic ritual called The Red Cross of Babylon, whilst the eye-catching album artwork, as seen above, depicts themes of greed, power and corruption alongside Masonic iconography. Savage Messiah frontman Dave Silver said:

Once more the dubiously hypocritical nature of religious groups has reared its head. We’ve been denied access to a building due to our apparently “offensive” name. I’m assuming that the word “Savage” is the root of the consternation in question. This I find amusing from a group of people that adhere to a book that promotes Slavery, Genocide and celebrates a single human sacrifice as if it had any baring what so ever in the eradication of “sin” or whatever that is supposed to be. If the band was called “arse-fucked Messiah” I might understand their concern, however the very nature of the biblical myths is based on the most savage of human behaviours. Ironically most Christian churches depict the effigy of a brutal murder, the most violent of image of a man strung up, maimed, humiliated and sacrificed, yet us long haired, peace loving, free-thinking heavy metal louts are too “Savage” to enter a building… Such is the way of the world!

Savage Messiah release their second album via Earache Records entitled The Fateful Dark available on CD and limited edition coloured vinyl and has been available for pre-order since 6pm GMT on Friday 20th December, at the following locations:

European webstore US webstore

Savage Messiah online:

http://savagemessiah.net
http://facebook.com/savagemessiah