INTERVIEW: Glen Benton of Deicide Talks About Their New “Banished By Sin” Album


In this episode, Ghost Cult Co-Owner Omar Cordy chatted with Glenn Benton of Deicide! Their new album Banished By Sin is releasing on April 26th, 2024 via Reigning Phoenix Music! Omar and Glen caught up about the changes in the lineup, a switch in producers, working with Taylor Young and Jeramie Kling, album artwork, and more!Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: The Absence – The Absence


Every so often, I get a message from the captain here at Ghost Cult to potentially squeeze in a review. Let’s just say, this was an easy “sure thing” when I saw it was the new, self-titled album by The Absence (Listenable Insanity Records). While it has been a while since I last listened to these Floridian thrash-meets-melodic-death-metalers, the lineup has seen some big changes outside of vocalist Jamie Stewart and returning drummer Jeramie Kling. The good news: we all get another thirty-seven minutes worth of killer, groovy, riff-tastic, death metal!Continue reading


Corey Taylor Says Jeramie Kling (ex-Venom Inc., Inhuman Condition) Will Not Be The New Drummer of Slipknot: “He’s Not Even On The List”


 

While we wait for Slipknot to announce their new drummer featuring the drama of the firing of Jay Weinberg, we now know one person who it will not be. After teasing that it might be him, drummer Jeramie Kling, who recently left his role with Venom, Inc. the same day as the Weinberg was fired is officially out of running, this according to a public statement on social media by Corey Taylor. Kling had fueled speculation in a few social media posts, one since deleted, that is might be him. Taylor responded on X (formerly Twitter), dispelling the idea that Kling could be the guy, without naming him. Calling him a troll, Taylor shared:

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INTERVIEW: Jeramie Kling of Inhuman Condition Breaks Down “The Panic Prayer” EP, Being Indispensable, and More


Ghost Cult Keefy caught up once again with Jeramie Kling of Inhuman Condition . The band released their new EP “The Panic Prayer” this summer and Jeramie broke it down track-by-track, discussed producing records with Taylor Nordberg, time spent in his many other bands Deicide, Venom INC, Dritt Skit, and Fore, and more!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Invictus – Unstoppable


 

Some people just aren’t happy unless they’re busy, and with two established bands occupying his time Canadian vocalist Maurizio Iacono is certainly that. Not content with already fronting two well known and established bands, the Ex Deo and Kataklysm singer now spearheads Invictus.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Venom Inc – There’s Only Black


 

It’s probably fair to say that when Venom Inc. released full-length “debut”, Avé in 2017, expectations weren’t too high. Formed by guitarist Mantas (aka Jeff Dunn) and frontman Tony “Demolition Man” Dolan in the wake of the duo’s former band M:Pire of Evil, Venom Inc. appeared to some as a simple rebranding. A change of name with little hope of successfully rekindling past glories. They were wrong.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Ex Deo – The Thirteen Years of Nero


Four years after regaling us with stories of Carthaginian General Hannibal on The Immortal Wars (Napalm Records) Canadian/Italian death metal act Ex Deo return with more tales of ancient Rome on fourth full length release The Thirteen Years of Nero (also Napalm). As its title suggests, the central theme this time is the reign of Imperator Nero Cladius Divi Claudius filius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (or plain old Emperor Nero to his friends) and the matricide, uxoricide, blood, fire and death which followed him.

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Inhuman Condition Unveil “Rat God” Album Artwork by Artist Dan Goldsworthy


 

Floridian Death Metal supergroup Inhuman Condition has unleashed their killer new artwork for their upcoming new album, Rat God, due out later in 2021 via Blood Blast distribution for digital and Black Serpent Records on vinyl. Working with legendary metal covers artist Dan Goldsworthy (Accept, Cradle Of Filth, Xentrix, Alestorm) the artwork matches the promise of this sick new music to come. Check out the album covers here.

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