Archive for Waldemar Sorychta

Spanish goth rockers Rainover sign to Wormhole Death/Aural Music

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 9th September 2013 by Nico Solheim-Davidson

Spaniard gothic rock band Rainover recently inked a deal with Wormhole Death Records/Aural Music and will release their new album Transcending The Blue And Drifting Into Rebirth via Aural Music Group/Wormhole Death Japan sometime in 2014.

The record was produced by Carlo Bellotti and recorded, edited and mixed by Jonathan Mazzeo at Mathlab Recording Studio in Italy. Mastering duties have been consigned to Dennis Koehne and Waldemar Sorychta (for Waldstreet & Denroad, at Flying Pigs Studio in Schwerte, Germany) and the artwork has been done by Mario Sánchez Nevado (Aegis). The band commented:

We are extremely happy to announce that we have signed a deal with the Italian label Wormhole Death. This is a great opportunity for us to present our music to a bigger audience based upon the support and hard work offered by this group of trustworthy professionals, who are capable of being critical in order to get the best results from us, but also amicable and very close to our views on music and the industry. On top of this, we have been working together on every aspect of the production of our new album, so you’ll soon be able to check out by yourselves just how productive our collaboration has been so far, starting by the preview we’re now showing you. Last but not least, they also have great bands in their rooster, so, all in all, we can’t be more proud and excited about this new chapter of Rainover as members of the Wormhole Death family!

Rainover online:

http://facebook.com/rainoverband

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Exumer Launch New Single

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on 20th March 2012 by Nico Solheim-Davidson

Exumer are ready for the release of their long anticipated comeback album Fire & Damnation, which is to be released April 9th via Metal Blade Records in Europe.

Metal Hammer Germany is now exclusively premiering the second single Vermin Of The Sky here!

Exumer singer Mem V. Stein comments: Vermin of the Sky”, is a perfect example of how we maintained a very 1980s song writing approach, incorporating catchy hooks and a memorable breakdown that is reminiscent of our work from the 80s. I tried to use strong imagery throughout the record and this track is inspired by the consequences of last year´s earthquake and subsequent tsunami that almost caused a complete fall-out at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan. The Vermin of the Sky refers to the radiation and other airborne dangers that we are exposed to, not only in emergency zones, but also in our daily lives.

Make also sure to visit the landing page that includes pre-order links as well as the title track off Fire & Damnation! Surf over here to check it out!

Exumer recorded their first new album in 25 years with renowned producer Waldemar Sorychta (Grip Inc., Therion, Sodom, Moonspell, etc.) at the helm. The 10-track strong, hard-hitting CD Fire & Damnation combines a punishing production with aggressive song writing. Exumer manage to capture the intensity and feel of the 1980s thrash metal gems and yet sound up to date on their latest output.

Fire & Damnation will catapult Exumer back in the forefront of the international music markets and the following live assaults in 2012; will only further cement the band’s cult status among the ranks of classic thrash metal acts in the world!

Tom Angelripper of Sodom loves the album and comments This is how “real” thrash is meant to sound. The production is flawless and crystal clear. I’d dare to say that I like this album even better than their older material and think it’s more innovative, even though I am deeply rooted in the old school. I am really surprised! It reminds me a lot of DESTRUCTION and EXODUS, but they’ve managed to create their own unique style. Thumbs up to you, gents!