Welcome Scribbler Metalheads! Last week we received a call for some metal help so now we're passing along the call. No, it doesn't sound like a dying ape but if you want to imagine Old Man Feind screaming in his underwear under the light of the full moon, you're sick, but go right ahead. Now we call out to the metal community to help...
Several months ago I came across a new band out of France called The Walking Dead Orchestra and shared their awesome song Coronation with all of you. Now it seems there is some news out of the TWDO camp and they need your help. They have been invited to play an awesome tour with Internal Bleeding, Broken Hope and the excellent Rings of Saturn and are also trying to complete their first full length album. They need your help to make these things happen so they have begun a crowdfunding campaign via IndieGoGo. The band reached out to us last week asking for any help we can give so we call on all of you metalheads to open your hearts and wallets and do what you can to help these young purveyors of death. To entice you even further they sent me their first actual video as well for another excellent track, Entombment of a Monarch! This one is more of a deathcore track than the first but I assure you it's fucking awesome full of blazing riffs, fantastic blast beats and a notable passion for what they are doing. Take a listen and help The Walking Dead Orchestra continue bringing awesome metal to all of us for years to come! Rock on!
The band is offering a ton of great rewards for donating so again help this awesome new band by being as generous as you can at IndieGoGo. Also be sure to stay up on all the latest from The Walking Dead Orchestra by following them on Facebook. You can pick up their debut Architects of Destruction via iTunes or the band's Website to help them out as well.
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