2nd album single 'Ellison' released

Submitted by deej on Mon, 19/10/2020 - 08:06

‘Ellison’, the second single from our upcoming album ‘Hollow Earth Theory’ was released Friday 16th October, two weeks before the album drops. 

The song ‘Ellison’ is inspired by the Harlan Ellison story ‘I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream’, in which a self-aware supercomputer wipes out mankind and enslaves the survivors. The song dwells on our relationship with technology and misplaced faith that it will deliver us from all obstacles. The single will be accompanied by a lockdown video of the band playing in their respective locations. 

Hollow Earth Theory - Press Release

Submitted by Team_Incinery (not verified) on Wed, 16/09/2020 - 15:05

Nottingham Thrashers INCINERY announce sophomore album HOLLOW EARTH THEORY

Nottingham's “thrash kings”, Incinery have revealed their sophomore studio album HOLLOW EARTH THEORY will be released 30/10/20.

The album showcases the most refined example to date of the band’s trademark blend of 80s thrash and modern BRUTALITY. Drawing inspiration from a bleak mix of occultism, conspiracy theory and science fiction, HOLLOW EARTH THEORY delivers a whiplash nightmare tour of the titular hollow earth. 

Incinery announce new album "Hollow Earth Theory"

Submitted by Team_Incinery (not verified) on Fri, 04/09/2020 - 19:32

Incinery are happy to announce that we will be releasing our sophomore album “Hollow Earth Theory” on the 30th October.

We’re all very proud of this release, which we hope represents our most developed and diverse material after a fair few years of writing and recording.

Over the coming weeks stay tuned for more news about pre-orders and some other exciting merch we’ve got planned!

Incinery to play Hammerfest 13

Submitted by deej on Thu, 09/04/2020 - 21:00

Due to the ongoing disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Incinery will now be playing Hammerfest 13 in February 2021.

Bassist Deej said "It's terrible to see how this crisis is impacting the arts generally and obviously the metal scene in particular from our standpoint."

"With the cancellation of so many events that are regular features in all our diaries its good to see the big festivals planning ahead and continuing to provide the space for the scene to flourish when we come out the other side of this."