VENOM, un nouvel EP pour un Noël Satanic!

VENOM ‘100 MILES TO HELL’ EP confirmed on December 22nd via SPINEFARM RECORDS.

The legendary, hugely influential British heavy metal trio notorious for causing outrage and panic, and moulding the history of darker music – will have a new, three-track EP released through Spinefarm Records on December 22nd.
Available initially on a D2C basis, ‘100 Miles To Hell’ features three brand new studio recordings, ‘We The Loud’, ‘Beaten To A Pulp’ plus the title track – the first ‘fresh’ Venom material since the ‘From The Very Depths’ studio album in 2015.
This Limited Edition EP will be available on three different formats: 12” vinyl (complete with giant poster), cassette & download; an exclusive T-shirt can also be acquired as part of the bundle (while stocks last), with all details available here…

Link to download ‘100 MILES TO HELL’ EP: HERE

In terms of music, lyrics and artwork, the ‘100 Miles To Hell’ package is cast in the classic Venom mould, pushing all of the buttons (and turning all of the crosses) you’d expect from a band led into action by vocalist/ bassist/ producer and original Venom titan, Cronos – an iconic performer whose ability to fuse the attitude of punk with the power of metal has long been a signature of the nefarious Venom sound.

Official web site: HERE
Official on line merchandising: HERE
Venom Tour dates & concerts: HERE
Official Venom Biography: HERE
Official Facebook page: HERE

Line up:
The Demolition Man – Vocals & Bass,
Mantas – Guitar,
Abaddon – Drums
The name VENOM is both loved and loathed in the metal world, but regardless of your take on the band they are known first and foremost as the pioneers of extreme metal as we know it. Almost 40 years after their inception, the revitalized 1989 – 1992 line-up of guitarist Jeff “Mantas” Dunn, vocalist/bassist Tony “Demolition Man” Dolan and drummer Anthony “Abaddon” Bray have returned with a monster of an album, »Avé«. It’s a reunion that was unexpected at the outset – even by the band members themselves – but the end result after getting their collective legs back is an album that true VENOM fans will gladly add to the top of their playlists.