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Malevolence have just posted their second single extracted from their upcoming third album Antithetical online for streaming. Head below to hear “Devoured Unlimited” today! For a product made completely in Portugal, based just on a couple of raw notes and scribbles, this is the perfect demonstration that no huge investments are required to achieve an entertaining product. “Devoured Unlimited” serves as a testimonial to contradict the actual economic and social chaos panorama overfilling the Portuguese shores, yet manages to prove that it is necessary to move on, to be perseverant, to explore imagination and dedicate energy to find new ways to continue on giving good entertainment and optimism to the masses!

“Slithering”, the brand new video from Portuguese extreme progressive metallers Malevolence, is premiering exclusively through PureGrainAudio in Canada! It was directed by David Barros of 4TheRecords. “Slithering”, written by guitarist and vocalist Carlos Cariano, is taken from the band’s upcoming third album Antithetical, which will be released in 2013. Carlos commented about the new video: “‘Slithering’ was the first single extracted from our impending new album. Deciebl Magazine kindly assisted us to make the premiere of the audio episode some weeks ago, helping us in the process to show the song writing diversity on Antithetical. Now we are moving forward and presenting the visual production of our first (ever) music video interrelated with the same song. To achieve that we worked with 4TheRecords, a young company producing mainly short films and commercials. “Slithering” is their boldest achievement to date and we are truly pleased with the visual quality of our first cooperation with this entity. The support of 4TheRecords was central and decisive to attain the professional final results.”

After eighteen years together, Malevolence are still making music and growing in popularity. The band was formed in 1994 by lead singer and guitarist Carlos Cariano and have helped define the extreme metal sound in their homeland of Portugal. Their introductory demo recording Pleasure of Molestation was released and distributed independently and sold one thousand copies worldwide. Soon they would sign with Danger Records (1995), the label that subsequently supported the release of two full-length albums. The band was finally on its way to notoriety!