Tuesday, October 20, 2020
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The Moshville Times

Album News: Inhume / Zardonic / Kalidia / The Intersphere

Time to point you at a few more upcoming and recent releases you really need to be checking out…


Xenocorp is proud to announce the Dec.07 release of Exhume: 25 Years of Decomposition, a collection of rare and previously unreleased tracks by death / grind veterans Inhume celebrating the band’s a-quarter-of-a-century-long brutal history.

Exhume is collecting all of Inhume‘s demos, splits (with Blood, Last Days of Humanity, S.M.E.S., Suppository and Mumakil) and tribute tracks (Regurgitate, Repulsion…) so far as well as previously unreleased ten-years-old pre-production material for the band’s latest full-length so far, Moulding the Deformed, and three rare live tracks from 1997 including a Terrorizer cover version.

Compiled by the band itself and remastered at Conkrete Studio (Defeated Sanity, Mercyless, Putrid Offal…) it will come with a re-worked version of The Missing Limb 1997 demo artwork as a gorgeous 500 copies limited edition DigiPak CD first print including a 16 pages booklet full of detailed liner notes, classic pictures, flyers, etc.,along with a brand new t-shirt design.

The album and merch. will be available for pre-orders starting Oct.22, right after Inhume‘s new European tour with label-mates Putrid Offal with, depending on the manufacturers’ reliability, exclusive advance availability of both the album and merch. during the tour.

On a side-note, the previously announced and delayed until further notice vinyl reissue of Inhume‘s 2000 debut full-length Decomposing from Inside has now been rescheduled for a first half of 2019 tentative release. More on it later.


Internationally renowned electronic music producer Zardonic has released his newest LP, Become, via Entertainment One. The 11 track album is a culmination of the Venezuelan masked demon’s unique blending and evolution of rock, metal, and electronic elements, featuring collaborations with such accomplished artists and bands as Celldweller, American Grim, The Qemists, Coppa, Jorgen Munkeby, and Malke & Ape.

You can stream the album now over on Spotify.


Inner Wound Recordings are proud to announce the signing of the Italian melodic power metal band Kalidia to the label. The band’s new album The Frozen Throne will be released on November 23rd.

Inspired by classic power metal bands like Rhapsody of Fire, Hammerfall and Stratovarius as well as new bands like Beast In Black, Kalidia have created an uplifting melodic power metal album with the roots in classic power metal with a modern and fresh touch.

The Frozen Throne was produced, recorded and mixed by Lars Rettkowitz [Freedom Call], mastered by Achim Köhler [Primal Fear, Amon Amarth, Brainstorm] and the cover artwork was created by Stan W. Decker [Vanden Plas, Primal Fear].

Led by the charismatic vocalist Nicoletta Rosellini and with a really strong album behind them, Kalidia are ready to show the metal scene that they are a force to be reckoned with!

The Intersphere

Almost five years after the release of their Relations in the Unseen album, German alternative rock band The Intersphere are back with the new single “Secret Place”. The track is taken from the band’s fifth studio album The Grand Delusion which is set to be released on November 30th, 2018 via Long Branch Records.

Singer and guitarist Christoph Hessler commented on “Secret Place”:

This song deals with the most important characteristic that makes us human: The ability to create, imagine, and dream as well as the challenge of creating free spaces in the midst of a superficial, conformed and externally determined world that make thinking, acting and creating worthwhile.

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