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DIABOLIC have issued the following statement, following their appearance at Goregrowler’s Ball IV: “DIABOLIC original member, Bassist/Vocalist Paul Ouellette has been ousted from the band, due to his drunken and unprofessional behavior, and walking offstage mid-song during the band’s recent performance Fri, Nov 12 at Goregrowler’s Ball IV in San Antonio, TX.   

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Conceived in summer 2008 by former ABORTED members Daniel Wilding (drums) and B.S.T. (vocals), THE ORDER OF APOLLYON took on the role of the Celebrant of the Word of the Lord. The project is more than a simple extreme metal band; it is a musical covenant. The message is profoundly religious and adheres to strict paramilitary imagery while the music draws from elements of the ambient martial scene.  

Sit tight folks, because it’s gonna be a BATMAN-centric day, and I don’t think you’d have it any other way. First up we have BATMAN #704, which marks the return of writer/artist Tony Daniel. Tony returns full force, bringing to bear his impressive array of talents for one hell of an issue.  

Good morning, Source crew. Before we dive into all the Batman goodness we have lined up for you today, let’s take a quick variant cover break and check out these two lovely pieces of artwork: The cover to JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #15 by Kevin Maguire and a lovely SUPERBOY #2 variant by Guillem March. Enjoy!  

  From REBIRTH to SINESTRO CORPS to BLACKEST NIGHT, Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, John Stewart and Kyle Rayner have stood by each other and fought together to save our universe. After all that, what could possibly tear them apart?  

Doomsday is coming back. A few of you drew this conclusion from last week’s tease, and we’ll confirm here that the Kryptonian killing machine will return to Earth early next year – and you don’t need me to tell you that’s never a good sign for the heroes of the DCU.  

A while back, we unveiled some details about DCUO: LEGENDS, the new, biweekly series that would be set in the same universe as SONY ONLINE ENTERTAINMENT’s own DC UNIVERSE ONLINE, which hits in early 2011. Well, we’ve got more for you, and some jaw-droppingly beautiful art that’s sure to get you psyched for not only the game, but the book.  

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CALIBER 666: “Blood Fueled Chaos” Out Today! The wait is over. The time has come. LET THE CHAOS BEGIN!  After its initial, month-long run as a MetalHit.com exclusive, Blood Fueled Chaos, the debut album from Swedish death-mongers CALIBER 666 is finally available for wide-spread release. This digital-only release is currently through Ibex Moon Records’ webstore (via Abyss Records) and several other digital outlets.  

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  DENIAL FIEND Release Video Preview Of Upcoming Album Horror metal supergroup DENIAL FIEND has posted a video preview of their upcoming full-length release on their official YouTube channel and Facebook page. Recorded at Mana Studios, the long awaited follow-up release to 2007’s They Rise, Horror Holocaust, is due out in early 2011 on  Ibex Moon Records.  

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Heaven & Hell’s live version of “Children of the Sea” off their Neon Nights: Live In Europe DVD has just been released. The performance was filmed in Germany on July 30, 2009 as part of the tour in support of their The Devil You Know studio album. Although nobody knew it at the time, it was to be Ronnie James Dio’s last filmed concert performance before his sad death in May 2010.  

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   November 15, 2010   Eulogy Recordings signs Life As A Ghost   Life As A Ghost have been furiously and meticulously writing music ever since their conception in late 2009. The band’s veteran sound is unheard of for a group that’s been playing music together for under a year. They created an initial buzz with the release of their first song “Evolution; The Beholder” on 2/10/10, which drew an unprecedented amount of excitement toward the new project.  

If Swedish melodic death metal had an American godfather, Darkest Hour would be the incumbent. Although they’ve spent years being grouped with Metalcore bands, they stand tall as a solid American variation on a well established sub genre. This past Saturday night at New York’s Gramercy Theatre, along with Veil of Maya and Periphery, Darkest Hour played a show to remember.  

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