New song of the group can be checked with the performance
Raissan Chedid recorded a drum video for the song "To Beyond" which is the title track of the debut album of the Brazilians of BURN THE MANKIND.
The musician who a year ago left the position of guitarist in the group to dedicate to the new instrument, released the video in the band's YouTube channel.
The 2014 edition of Morrostock Festival will be held from October 10 to October 19 the city of Sapiranga/Brazil.
Within the musical event program, on October 11, the following bands have been confirmed:
- NERVOSA (São Paulo/Brazil)
- TEST (São Paulo/Brazil)
- LOSNA (Porto Alegre/Brazil)
- IT'S ALL RED (Porto Alegre/Brazil)
- BURN THE MANKIND (Porto Alegre/Brazil)
- PLATINUS (Porto Alegre/Brazil)
- ROLETA RUSSA (Gravataí/Brazil)
- CHALAR (Porto Alegre/Brazil)
- TERROR66 (Porto Alegre/Brazil)
- INFELIZ_MENTE (Campo Bom/Brazil)
- TERRORISMO? (Cachoeirinha/Brazil)
Death Metal quartet is looking for a record label to release material
The Brazilians of BURN THE MANKIND just finished in June 2014 their debut album and are looking to labels and partners willing to provide support for the album release.
Produced by the band and Henrique López, the album titled "To Beyond" will feature nine tracks.
During the recording process, the members were surprised by the leave of their drummer Matheus Montenegro (ex-THE ORDHER). However, with the addition of guitarist Rafael Barros (ex-NEPHASTH) and the passing of guitarist Raissan Chedid to the drums, the musicians found the strength to finish the material.
As a mean of disclosure for the labels and fans of extreme music, the band posted on their YouTube channel an edited preview of the material.
Developed by Raissan Chedid and Rafael Barros, the website contains important information of the band such as news, images, released works and links for our social networks.
Band presents its new line-up and prepares the debut album
After a period of uncertainties about the future, the brazilian Death Metal band BURN THE MANKIND informs that the former guitar player Raissan Chedid now takes the drummer position, replacing Matheus Montenegro (ex-THE ORDHER).
Raissan has been rehearsing with the group and getting adapted to the new instrument for the last 6 months. Now, the musician is totally able to perform live concerts with the band.
The band also informs the joining of the guitar player Rafael Barros, that just like Marcos Moura (guitar), is a former NEPHASTH member, an important Brazilian Death Metal band in the early 2000's.
With these two new strengths, BURN THE MANKIND focuses its energies to conclude the debut album and rehearsing to get ready for live concerts that will happen in the next few months.
Therefore, more news shall come up soon.
Photo by Josiely Álvares
“The storm has begun when the hottest flames burned out the human mind, the indignation has lit the wick to the cremation of everything. Burn, end with all the sovereign power that deforms the man; everything must die, everything has to start over, and then, end again.” – Pedro Webster
In early 2009, Marcos Moura (ex-NEPHASTH), Pedro Webster (INDULGENCE), Matheus Montenegro (ex-THE ORDHER) and Raissan Chedid started a Death Metal project in Porto Alegre/Brazil with purpose of make a unique work and stand out in the metal scene worldwide with the main theme being the critic to the human existence.
In 2010 BURN THE MANKIND released its first self titled EP. The EP got an excellent acceptance from the public and the specialized critics. Along with that, the band performed its first shows in their city.
The year of 2011 was marked participation of the group in the FORCAOS FESTIVAL that took place in Fortaleza (Brazil) and by the release of the video from the track “Human Decay”.
In 2013 two important displacement happened, Matheus Montenegro left the band and Raissan Chedid replaced him playing drums and Rafael Barros (ex-NEPHASTH) joined the band as the new guitar player.
Currently, BURN THE MANKIND prepares its first album called “...To Beyond”. This full length possesses an aggressive and brutal sonority being the base coming from the Death Metal and the main influences from Grindcore and Thrash Metal.