Posts Tagged ‘Altar Of Plagues’

NEWS: Damnation Festival 2015 confirms three new acts, including Altar Of Plagues!

One day metal festival Damantion (set to take place this year at Leeds University Union on November 7th) has announced the names of three new acts for its 2015 bill, joining the likes of At The Gates and High On Fire. Check out the new additions below:

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NEWS: Altar Of Plagues to call it a day!

Irish black metal genre sliders Altar of Plagues have announced that they will be ‘concluding’ later this year. In a statement on the band’s official Facebook, vocalist/guitarist James Kelly wrote:

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NEWS: Altar Of Plagues stream new album, ‘Teethed Glory And Injury’ in full!

Irish black metal outfit Alter of Plagues have set up a stream for their upcoming record entitled ‘Teethed Glory and Injury’.

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VIDEO: Altar Of Plagues – God Alone

Black metallers Altar Of Plagues have released the video for their track ‘God Alone’. Check it out below.

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NEWS: James Kelly (Altar Of Plagues) talks about third full-length album!

James Kelly of Irish black metallers Altar Of Plagues recently spoke to Terrorizer about plans for the band’s currently untitled third full-length album. In the interview, James talks about how the band will not be limited to one particular genre and how different sounds will be incorporated in the recording.

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LIVE: Damnation Festival @ University, Leeds (05/11/2011)

Date: November 5th, 2011
Venue: University, Leeds
Line-up: Humanfly, Cerebral Bore, A Forest Of Stars, Conan, Turisas, Evile, Altar Of Plagues, Amplifier, Godflesh, The Devin Townsend Project


The seventh running of the Damnation Festival falls on bonfire night this year, and there’s no shortage of metaphorical fireworks spread across three stages inside Leeds’ student union. A one day event, Damnation is very similar to Bloodstock in style, catering for the heavier side of metal with past headliners including Carcass and The Dillinger Escape Plan whilst also employing a number of post- bands like …And So I Watch You From Afar and Maybeshewill. It’s been a personal goal to make the 10 hour trip up from Plymouth for the last few years, and so it’s awfully lucky that it wasn’t a waste of time and in fact a very worthwhile endeavour.

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