Miserable: Esclavo Miserable-2021.

Miserable:Thrash Heavy Metal from Perú.

Discography:

Gran náuseaFull-length2018 
Esclavo miserableFull-length2021

Members:

Adrián Del AguilaVocals, Bass (2017-present)
See also: ex-M.A.S.A.C.R.E, ex-Ataque Frontal, ex-Menos Uno, ex-Rosas Negras, ex-Screech, ex-Tensión Superficial
Diego PorturasDrums (2018-present)
See also: Evil DamnKrakenNMKRocker PrideSebastian Beltran’s SeignioryZavotageNatthammer (live), ex-Akrateia, ex-Two Face Sinner
Jonathan BustinzaGuitars (2018-present)
Marcelo VasquezGuitars (2018-present)
See also: Distruptor

Thirty Fates: Circus Black-2021.

Thirty Fates:Heavy Metal from Greece.

Discography:

Just for LittleSingle2021 
The PretenderSingle2021 
Be FreeSingle2021 
Circus BlackFull-length2021

Members:

Nikos TsintzilonisDrums
See also: ex-Black Fate, X-Vital, ex-Gallows Tree
Elias TsintzilonisGuitars
See also: ex-Oblivion, ex-Black Fate
Stelios PapakostasVocals
See also: ex-Black Fate

Complete Line-Up:

Nikos TsintzilonisDrums
Elias TsintzilonisGuitars
Stelios PapakostasVocals
Guest/Session
Tim “Ripper” OwensVocals (track 7)
Miscellaneous staff
Christian RahmProducer
Stelios PapakostasProducer, Artwork

Hirax: Inmortal Legacy-2014.

Hirax (often stylized as HIRAX) is an American thrash metal band from Cypress, California. Starting in 1984[1] under the leadership of vocalist Katon W. De Pena (the band’s only original member left in the current line-up), the band played in Los Angeles and San Francisco with several of their thrash metal peers such as MetallicaExodus, and Slayer. The band was an early example of thrash metal, speed metal and crossover thrash.[2][3]

After releasing some demos, Hirax signed with Metal Blade and debuted with their first full-length, Raging Violence, in 1985.[1] The band was composed of Katon W. De Pena (vocals), Scott Owen (guitar), Gary Monardo (bass) and John Tabares (drums).

In 1986, John Tabares left the band and Eric Brecht (brother of D.R.I.‘s vocalist Kurt Brecht) joined.[4] After the change, they released their second album, Hate, Fear and Power,[4] which was only 16 minutes and eight songs in length. After this release, the band quit the label and independently released a demo called Blasted In Bangkok in 1987.

But with tensions and disillusions in the band, De Pena decided to leave and form a new band with Gene Hoglan (former Dark Angel drummer), and Ron McGovney (former Metallica bassist).[4] They called themselves Phantasm and released a six-track demo in 1988 (re-issued in 2002 as a CD with the demo and live tracks). After a brief tour with Nuclear Assault, they broke up. In 1989, after De Pena left, the replacement was Paul Baloff (former Exodus frontman).[4] But soon after the band broke up.[4]

Reunion

De Pena stayed involved in the regional underground music scene and took a job working at a local music store. In 1997, he featured one of his old songs on a split 7″ with Spazz, the band of one of his friends. By 1998, De Pena had received enough fan mail and interest which encouraged him to reunite Hirax in 2000. De Pena reunited the band with the original lineup of Scott Owen, Gary Monardo, and John Tabares, releasing the El Diablo Negro EP in 2000. In 2002, the band played in Abrasive Rock Fest.[5] In 2003, the band played in Bang Your Head Festival, in Germany.[6] The lineup completely changed, and Hirax released the album Barrage of Noise in 2001 with James Joseph Hubler, Justin Lent (Clusterfux), and Nick Sellinger. This lineup was brief as well.

In 2003, De Pena recruited an entirely new lineup again, and released the album The New Age of Terror in 2004 with guitarists Dave Watson and Glenn Rogers (formerly of Deliverance), bassist Angelo Espino, and drummer Jorge Iacobellis. The lineup was also short-lived due to irreconcilable differences.

The band released their fourth studio album, El Rostro de la Muerte, in the spring of 2009.[7] On July 20, 2013, Hirax performed at the International Festival Convivencia Rock 2013 that took place in Pereira, Colombia. Thirty-six bands played in the three-day festival and 10,000 people gathered each day of the event.[8]

On February 24, 2014, the band released their latest album titled Immortal Legacy, courtesy of Steamhammer Records.

March 2015 saw the band play in the UK for the first time in their history, beginning with an appearance at Hammerfest in GwyneddWales. Hirax still performs regularly to this day, and as of 2021, they have been working on a new album.[9]

Discography:

DemoDemo1984
Anglican Scrape AtticSplit1985 
Raging ViolenceFull-length1985
Hate, Fear and PowerFull-length1986
Blasted in Bangkok Demo TapeDemo1987 
Blasted in BangkokSingle1987
Not Dead YetCompilation1987 
Dying WorldSplit1997 
El Diablo NegroEP2000
Barrage of NoiseEP2001
The New Age of TerrorFull-length2004
Louder than HellSplit2005 
Thrash ’til DeathVideo2006 
Assassins of WarEP2007
Chaos and BrutalityEP2007 
Assassins of War / The New Age of TerrorCompilation2007 
Thrash Metal AssassinsCompilation2008 
Thrash and DestroyLive album2008 
Thrash and DestroyVideo2008
Hirax / F.K.Ü.Split2008 
Metalheads UnitedSplit2009 
El rostro de la muerteFull-length2009
Noise Chaos WarCompilation2010
Raging ThrashSplit2010
Just Kill… and Kill AgainSplit video2010 
First Time in PolandVideo2011 
Warlords of the Bolivian CommandLive album2011 
La Boca de la BestiaSingle2012
Hellion RisingSingle2013 
La Boca de la Bestia / Queen of the WastelandSplit2013 
Hellion Rising / Water BoardingSplit2014 
Immortal LegacyFull-length2014
West-East Thrashaholic Beat UpSplit2015 
Born in the Streets 1983-1984Split2018 

Members:

Katon W. de PenaVocals (1984-1987, 2000-present)
See also: ex-House of Suffering, ex-Phantasm, ex-L.A. Kaos
Steve HarrisonBass (2006-present)
See also: ex-Syndicate (USA)
Lance HarrisonGuitars (2006-present)
Mike VegaDrums (2014-present)
See also: Luna Occulta, ex-Ahnkou, Battalion of Saints, ex-Dr. Know, ex-Lightning Swords of Death, ex-Satriarch, ex-Sinstorm, ex-The Cauterized, ex-Gunt, ex-The Ruins

Past Members:

Sherman JonesBass
See also: Insecticide, ex-Eyeball
Gary MonardoBass (1984-1989, 2000)
See also: ex-Weapon 13, ex-Cold Blood, ex-L.A. Kaos, Raging Violence, ex-K.G.B.
Brian KeithDrums (1984)
See also: ex-L.A. Kaos
John TabaresDrums (1984-1986, 2000, 2006)
See also: ex-Weapon 13, ex-Cold Blood, Raging Violence, ex-Phantasm, ex-L.A. Kaos
Bob SavageGuitars (1984)
See also: Bob Savage, ex-Weapon 13, ex-Cold Blood, ex-L.A. Kaos, K.G.B., Raging Violence, ex-Invaders
Scott OwenGuitars (1984-1989, 2000)
See also: Uncivil War, ex-Subversion, ex-Piranha, ex-Razor (live), ex-Eliminate, ex-Raging Violence, ex-Subversion A.D.
Eric BrechtDrums (1986-1989)
See also: ex-Attitude, ex-D.R.I., ex-Death, ex-Suburbanites, ex-Two-Bit Thief, ex-US D.R.I.
Billy WedgeworthVocals (1987)
(R.I.P. 2010) See also: ex-Corruption
Paul BaloffVocals (1988)
(R.I.P. 2002) See also: ex-Piranha, ex-Exodus, ex-Heathen, ex-Killparty, ex-Spastik Children
Greg EickmierGuitars (2000)
See also: ex-A // Solution
Mike BrickmanBass (2001-2003)
See also: ex-Lunatics on Parole
Justin LentBass, Guitars (2001)
See also: Clusterfux, ex-Thaumaturgy, ROÄC
Dan BellingerDrums (2001)
See also: Raised by Wolves, ex-Crematorium, ex-Yigael’s Wall
Nick SeelingerDrums (2001)
See also: ex-Beltfed Weapon, ex-Silencer, ex-Angel Dust (live), ex-Drudgery
James Joseph HublerGuitars (2001)
Angelo EspinoBass (2003-2005)
See also: HereticL.S.N., ex-Dissenter, ex-Anger as Art, ex-Bitch, ex-Once Dead, ex-Reverend, ex-Hunger, ex-Predator, ex-Uncle Slam, ex-Vermin
Jorge IacobellisDrums (2003-2006, 2008-2014)
See also: Final DecreePrimal, ex-Silversteel, ex-Insecticide, ex-Lunatics on Parole, ex-Velocet, ex-Todos Tus Muertos
Glenn RogersGuitars (2003-2005, 2006-2007, 2008-2011)
See also: DeliveranceFinal DecreePrimal, ex-Heretic, ex-Once Dead, ex-Steel Vengeance, ex-Viking, ex-Vengeance Rising, ex-Lambs Among Wolves, ex-Max Blam Jam
Dave WatsonGuitars (2003-2005)
See also: Shades of Crimson, Black Heart, ex-Final Decree, ex-Hauk, ex-Resistance, ex-Ruthless, ex-The Prodigal Son, ex-Rotten Rod and the Warheads, ex-Mother Mercy, ex-The Violent Breed, ex-DeathRiders
Dave ChedrickDrums (2004-2005)
See also: Maxxxwell CarlisleRaven (live), ex-Graphic Violence, ex-Raven Mad, ex-Anger as Art, ex-Dreams of Damnation, ex-Heretic, ex-New Eden, ex-Ruthless, ex-DeathRiders
Fabricio RavelliDrums (2006-2008)
See also: Imbyra, ex-Wasted Co., ex-A.N.I.M.A.L., ex-Ancesttral, ex-Dreams of Damnation, ex-Harppia, ex-Scars, ex-Blood Alliance
Miguel “Camazotz” MoranDrums (2007)
See also: ex-Dreams of Damnation, ex-Ritual, ex-Tazumal, ex-Vesterian, ex-Vesuvius
Tim ThomasGuitars (2007-2008, 2011)
See also: ex-Bastard Squad, ex-Warrion, ex-New Eden, ex-Steel Prophet, ex-Agent Steel (live), ex-Abattoir, ex-Ripcord
Mike GuerreroGuitars (lead) (2011-2013)
See also: ex-Sovereign Reign, ex-DeathRiders

Mercury Circle: Killing Moons-2021.

Mercury Circle:Proggressive Doom Metal from Finland.

Born as a brainchild in 2018 by ICONCRASH’s and SWALLOW THE SUN’s Jaani Peuhu, and featuring members of CHILDREN OF BODOM, SLEEP OF MONSTERS & more, MERCURY CIRCLE create a diverse blend of dark rock infused with electrifying synth wave and slow, epic doom. On their upcoming full-length album, MERCURY CIRCLE unleash ten enthralling tracks, which differ wildly in expression and sonic aesthetics. “Killing Moons” is a deeply powerful and majestic piece of music – truly representing a genre of its own – and one that will take the listener on an all-absorbing trip into yet unimaginable spheres.  

MERCURY CIRCLE are:
Jaani Peuhu – Vocals, Guitars, Synths (Iconcrash, Swallow the Sun, Hallatar)
Jussi Hämäläinen – Guitars, Synths, Backing vocals (Hanging Garden, The Chant)
Juppe Sutela – Guitars (To/Die/For)
Ande Kiiski – Bass (Sleep of Monsters, Rytmihäiriö)
Jaska Raatikainen – Drums (Children of Bodom)

Mental Devastation: The Delusional Mystery Of The Self (Part-1)-2021.

Mental Devastation:Thrash Metal from Chile.

Discography:

Brain WashDemo2011 
Promo 2013Single2013 
Red SkiesFull-length2013 
Demo IIDemo2018 
The AbyssSingle2021 
LabyrinthsSingle2021 
The Delusional Mystery of the Self Part IFull-length2021

Members:

Felipe EspinozaGuitars
See also: Blood FictionCritical DefianceThe AggressorUnholyness, ex-Trascendencia
Matías MoralesGuitars
Alejandro LagosVocals, Bass
See also: CalvarioNecroripper, ex-The Aggressor
Nicolas PasteneDrums (2019-present)
See also: Critical DefiancePetacaThe AggressorUnholyness, ex-Armoured Knight, ex-Asedio

Past Members:

Eduardo MedinaDrums (?-2019)
See also: Necroripper, ex-Corrosion, Los Duros, ex-The Aggressor, ex-Agonía Brutal
Nicolas VerdejoGuitars
Patricio VergaraGuitars
See also: MalignerRemiso
Eduardo MadariagaGuitars (2011-?)
See also: ex-Metastasis, ex-Motosierra

Primalfrost: Lost Elegies-2021.

Primalfrost:Melodic Death Metal from Canada.

Discography:

Chapters of TimeEP2012
Prosperous VisionsFull-length2014
MaelstromSingle2021 
NomadSingle2021 
StormbearerSingle2021 
Lost ElegiesFull-length2021 

Members:

Dean ArnoldAll instruments, Vocals, Programming (2012-present)
See also: OperusBelphegor (live), ex-Will of the Ancients, ex-Eclipse Prophecy (live), ex-Lesion, ex-Vital Remains

Imperialist: Zenith-2021.

Imperialist:Black Metal from United States.

Discography:

Quantum AnnexationEP2015
CipherFull-length2018
ZenithFull-length2021

Members:

Joshua AlvarezBass
See also: ex-Dei Anathema, ex-Knight Eternal
Rod QuinonesDrums
Bryant QuinonesGuitars
Sergio SotoVocals, Guitars

Past Members:

Adrian CastanedaBass
Richard NunezBass

Under The Church: Total Burial-2021.

Under The Church:Death Metal from Sweden and Iceland.

Discography:

Demo 2013Demo2013
Under the ChurchEP2014 
Rabid ArmageddonFull-length2015
​Confer the Vile / Wake the Dead​Single2016 
Horrors from the TombLive album2017 
Beyond the Gates… Death AwaitsSplit2017 
Supernatural PunishmentFull-length2017 
Total BurialEP2021

Members:

Marcus KlackGuitars
See also: Trash Amigos, ex-Morbid
Erik WallinGuitars
See also: MercilessDeath Breath (live), Trash Amigos, ex-Harms Way, ex-Nirvana 2002 (live), ex-Mörbit
Erik SahlströmVocals
See also: General Surgery, ex-Serpent Obscene, ex-The Marble Icon, ex-Crucifyre, ex-Deceiver, ex-Maze of Torment
Lars HenrikssonBass (2012-present)
See also: ex-Nirvana 2002
Erik QvickDrums, Guitars (2012-present)
See also: Kontinuum, ex-Nirvana 2002

Past Members:

Mik AnnettsVocals (2012-2016)
See also: Kookaveen, ex-Hostile, ex-Bastard

Ravenous E.H.: Hubris-2021.

Ravenous:Power Metal from Canada.

Discography:

Eternal HungerEP2017
Eat the FallenFull-length2019 
HubrisFull-length2021 

Members:

ValaxBass (2016-present)
See also: Black Pestilence, ex-Lithica, The Myconid
Jake WrightGuitars (2016-present)
See also: Viathyn
R. A. VoltaireVocals (2016-present)
See also: ex-Sixguns over Tombstone, ex-Villainizer, ex-Death Toll Rising (live), ex-Kobra and the Lotus (live), ex-Shadowblade
Dave CrnkovićDrums (2018-present)
See also: Black PestilenceViathyn

Past Members:

Little VDrums (2016-2018)
See also: Little V, ex-Black Pestilence
Dave KhanGuitars (2016-2018)
See also: Straight Outta Voltron, ex-Scythia, ex-Antiquus