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Genesis To Nemesis
8/31/2010

A Symphony Of Suffering
3/6/2007
 
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Infernaeon Post Behind The Scenes Video Shoot Footage
August 17, 2010
With just two weeks to go before the release of 'Genesis to Nemesis', Floridia's Infernaeon have posted some behind the scenes footage of their recent video shoot for the track, "Graven Image." The video was shot in Orlando by Fetus Productions, directed by Pia Houge and produced by Luke Leonard. Check out the footage here. The video will see the light of day in the coming weeks.

Vocalist Brian Werner commented: ""Doing this video was a fucking amazing experience we got a chance to work with a killer new company called Fetus Productions which really took our whole vision of what we were trying to do and really brought it to life. I've seen all the previews for this already and I have to say this video looks fucking insane. Pia Houge and Luke Leonard from Fetus Productions were some of the most amazing people to work with and I think it's safe to say that we will definitely be working with them again in the future, and any band out there would be lucky to get the opportunity to work with them as well!"

'Genesis To Nemesis'
was recorded with producer Brian Elliott at Mana Recording Studios (Goatwhore, Cannibal Corpse, Hate Eternal) in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The track listing for 'Genesis to Nemesis' is as follows:

1. Into The N.O.X.
2. First of the Fallen
3. Lilith Ave Satanas (Bill Hudson, guest guitar solo)
4. Legacy of Kane (Erik Rutan, guest vocals)
5. Ziasudra
6. Creeping Death (Oderus Urungus, guest vocals)
7. The Scar of David
8. Immaculate Deception
9. Graven Image (John Slaughter, guest guitar solo)
10. Revelations

Pre-orders for 'Genesis To Nemesis' are available now at Prosthetic's Web Store. The band will be supporting the legendary GWAR on their "Bloody Tour of Horror," this fall.

"Bloody Tour Of Horror" Dates:
10/02 - Baltimore, MD - Sonar
10/04 - Indianapolis, IN - The Vogue
10/05 - Knoxville, TN - Valarium
10/07 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Revolution
10/08 - Ybor City, FL - The Ritz Ybor
10/09 - Orlando, FL - Firestone Live
10/10 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade
10/11 - Charlotte, NC - Amos' Southend
10/12 - Cincinnati, OH - Bogarts
10/13 - Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
10/14 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
10/15 - Clifton Park, NY - Northern Lights
10/16 - Worcester, MA- Rock and Shock, Palladium
10/17 - Montreal, QC - Theatre Telus
10/19 - Moncton, NB - Club Oxygen
10/20 - Halifax, NS - The New Place
10/22 - Quebec City, QB - Theatre Imperial
10/23 - Toronto, ON - Opera House
10/24 - Rochester, NY - Water Street Music Hall
10/26 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues
10/27 - Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall
10/28 - Sauget, IL - Pop's
10/29 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Intersection
10/30 - Detroit, MI - Harpo's
10/31 - Milwaukee, WI - The Rave
11/02 - Dallas, TX - House of Blues
11/03 - Little Rock, AR - The Village
11/04 - New Orleans, LA - House of Blues
11/05 - Houston, TX - House of Blues
 
 
 
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Infernaeon Complete New Album
July 2, 2010
Florida's Infernaeon have completed recording their second full length album which should see the streets later this summer. The band, who blends Flordian death metal with more symphonic, sinister European black metal, recorded at Erik Rutan's infamous Mana Recording Studios (Goatwhore, Cannibal Corpse, Hate Eternal) in St. Petersburg, Florida with producer Brian Elliott. This is the first album with new guitarists Taylor Nordberg and Steven Harger and bassist Mike Poggione and is the follow up to 2007's critically acclaimed, 'A Symphony of Suffering', which Metal Hammer described as, "brave, unflinchingly inventive and jackhammer-heavy from beginning to end.

"Infernaeon's founder, ex-Monstrosity vocalist, Brian Werner commented on the album; "It's been one hell of an adventure getting this thing done, man; we went up to down, good to bad and back to better than before. We faced a ton of obstacles in the process of this and rolled right over every motherfucker that got in our way and at the end of the day, perseverance really paid off. It was an honor to work with everyone in involved in this final product and it turned out better than we ever could have imagined."
 
 
 
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Infernaeon Enter The Studio, Reveal New Members
March 25, 2010
Florida's Infernaeon have completed writing their upcoming album for Prosthetic Records and are entering Safe House Production studios to work with legendary guitarist James Murphy (Testament, Obituary, Death), who is working with the band from pre-production through mastering. Infernaeon's last release, 'A Symphony of Suffering' was released in March of 2007, also on Prosthetic.

The band is also proud to announce the addition of guitarists Taylor Nordberg and Steven Harger and bassist Mike Poggione. Frontman Brian Werner had this to say about the new members:

"It is a real breath of fresh air getting these three in the band. Taylor and Steve are both young, 18 and 19, and hungry and their talent and work ethic are second to none. We've accomplished more in three months than I'd ever been able to accomplish in a year before! I spent time with Mike Poggione in Monstrosity and he's really helping us out in our bass player's absence. Also our drummer Jeramie Kling (ex-The Absence) has really stepped up his game, and in my opinion he could be the next Derek Roddy or Tim Yeung. He has really come into his own as a drummer and it's an honor to still be working with him. The end result is an absolutely amazing sounding album one that I'm proud to be a part of."

The band has posted a behind the scenes look at some of the insanity which went on during the writing process of the album at Werner's, home on a 30 acre compound in central Florida, where anything goes. Named the "Wildest House in America" by both Playboy Magazine and Girls Gone Wild, the band has a reputation for getting out of control, to say the least. Check out the video, Behind the Genesis.
 
 
 
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Infernaeon Announce CD Release Show, String Of Tour Dates
March 5, 2007
Florida's blackened death metallers Infernaeon have confirmed a handful of dates in Miami in support of the band's forthcoming debut, 'A Symphony of Suffering'. Featuring ex-members of Monstrosity, Infernaeon's debut features guest vocals from Ben Falgoust (Goatwhore, Soilent Green) and Keith DeVito (Catastrophic). The band with play dates in Miami as direct support to Deicide and Atheist before heading up to Milwaukee Metalfest later this year.

'A Symphony of Suffering' will be released on March 6 through Prosthetic Records.

Infernaeon tourdates:

Mar. 09 - Miami, FL – Churchill's (CD-Release Show)
Apr. 07 - Miami, FL – Club Flavour (with Deicide)
Apr. 28 - Miami, FL – Club Flavour (with Atheist)
May 13 - Waukesha, WI – Waukesha County Expo Center (Milwaukee Metalfest)
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 2005
HOME TOWN: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
MEMBERS:
Nick Agusto – drums
Kevin Gibbons – bass
Brian Werner – vocals
Brian Magley – guitars
Zack Brown – keyboards
Sam Molina – guitar

Emerging from the swamps of southern Florida in 2005, Infernaeon founding members Brian Magley, Kevin Gibbons and Brian Werner created the band with the intention of unleashing a wholly original version of underground metal, combining the proven styling of Floridian death metal with the symphonic approach of European-style black metal. Quickly making a name for themselves in Florida with a brash, memorable stage show mixing theatrical murder and make up effects provided by Universal Studios, Infernaeon welcomed guitarist Sam Molina into the fold after leaving Monstrosity, like Werner before him. The chemistry between Werner and Molina, was again rekindled and both are ecstatic to once again be combining their efforts, this time into Infernaeon- a project they feel to be ultimately more original and worthwhile than anything from their past.

Having already shared the stage with Malevolent Creation, Deeds of Flesh, Vile, and Impaled among others, Infernaeon hit Home Land Studios in late 2006 to record the band’s debut, A Symphony of Suffering. Featuring guest screams from Ben Falgoust (Soilent Green, Goatwhore) on "The Oracle of Armageddon" and Keith DeVito (Obituary, Suffocation, Catastrophic) commanding the dead to rise on "March of Death," A Symphony of Suffering boasts skillful musicianship alongside a mastering job from death metal legend Erik Rutan (Hate Eternal, ex-Morbid Angel) and Werner’s own vocal-spewing style pushing the boundaries of extreme vocals. On "Sleeping God" alone, Werner holds a one-breath scream for an unheard of 40 full seconds while his unrelenting band mates rage on.

A Symphony of Suffering itself houses a closing concept-driven trilogy, "The Oracle of Armageddon." Beginning with Falgoust’s unholy vocals, the song weaves a tale of an oracle with powers to see the future through the eyes of the dying, leading to bloody wars in order to continue amassing power. "March of Death" continues on to tell of the oracle's victims returning to life only to wage a retaliatory attack on the armies of their prophesying killer. “A.I.D.S.” - standing for Annihilating the Inner Decay of Species - wraps up the climactic saga with the dead eradicating the land of the living across the globe, believing that once everyone has returned from the dead, death cannot exist in the world.

Needless to say, the music housed within A Symphony of Suffering stands alone, second to none, and with several members paying their dues in prior touring acts, Infernaeon knows what it takes to initially set the standard, only to raise the bar higher yet again with each assault. With the determination, loyalty - and most importantly - the heart to make sacrifices result in success, Infernaeon is poised to stir up waves in the extreme underground one step at a time.