VENGEANCE RISING – DESTRUCTION COMES After the dissolution of the original Vengeance Rising line-up, some thought that the Vengeance Rising name would quickly die and become nothing but a footnote in the history of Christian Metal. Those people would find themselves wrong, however, when front-man Roger Martinez soldiered on with a new record, new sound, and new touring band. “Destruction Comes” was a record long on hyper-fast, intense riffing and short on subtlety. Roger laid it all on the table, blasting his way through 10 tracks of intense thrash that bordered on death metal, with nary a respite moment throughout. Where the previous records were laced with melody and technical prowess, “Destruction Comes” was all about speed and intensity – this album took no prisoners.

As previously announced INTENSE MILLENNIUM RECORDS has the following albums slated for release

November 2010:
VENGEANCE – HUMAN SACRIFICE
VENGEANCE RISING – ONCE DEAD
SACRED WARRIOR – REBELLION
BLOODGOOD – BLOODGOOD
BLOODGOOD – DETONATION

January 2011:
SACRED WARRIOR – MASTERS COMMAND
ALTAR BOYS – GUT LEVEL MUSIC

All titles are newly remastered, and contain bonus tracks (when available). The November titles are currently available for preorder via the labels website (http://www.intensemillennium.com).

Intense Millennium Records is dedicated to releasing fully licensed material from one of the most prolific group of record labels to exist in the Christian Metal scene, the Intense/Frontline/Alarma Records Group.

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