Today we have begun shipping all 5 of the November releases! We expect all orders to be completely shipping by mid-next week! Watch your email for shipping confirmations!

If you haven’t ordered your own copies, now is the time to do so!

Bloodgood’s self-titled album and “Detonation” along with Vengeance’s “Human Sacrifice” have been picked up for nationwide distribution and will be available at Christian Retailers across the USA on November 16th. Even if you have already ordered your copies request your local retailers to stock these titles!

Our January releases of Bloodgood’s “Rock In a Hard Place” and Sacred Warrior’s “Master’s Command” are now posted! Be the first to receive these awesome remastered gems! Pre-order your copies now!

In February we will be bringing out Deliverance’s “What a Joke” and Vengeance Rising’s “Destruction Comes”. March will see Ransom’s debut self-titled album released, as well as another surprise! 2011 will truly be the year of the return of classic heavy metal!

What are you waiting for? Go devour these awesome goodies, NOW!


Bloodgood – Rock In A Hard Place

Bloodgood had already solidified themselves as a force within the faith-based metal scene with 2 highly successful albums and successful touring. With “Rock In a Hard Place” the band expanded their palette to include a bit more melody, more varied songwriting, and even some progressive rock tendencies in a couple spots. Where the previous 2 albums were full speed ahead, take no prisoners metal albums, this disc saw the band exploring new musical horizons. “She’s Gone” is a heart-wrenching ballad about the loss of a loved one, “Seven” is a progressive metal showcase that begins with a slow burn and ends in full force, “What Have I Done” is an emotional rocker with excellent vocals, and other tracks ride the line between commercial heavy metal, hard rock, and full-on metal.

Release Date: January 25th 2011


Sacred Warrior – Master’s Command

The band’s debut “Rebellion” stormed out of the gates like a runaway freight train. By comparison, “Master’s Command” was a more varied and experimental affair. Instead of pummeling the listener with a full-on metal attack, Sacred Warrior adjusted their approach to include more melody, more variety, and interesting songs that continue to captivate some 20 years later. Any progressive metal notions the band hinted at before were fulfilled with “Master’s Command”. Sacred Warrior had arrived, and staked their claim on the attention of Queensryche and Fates Warning fans worldwide.

Release Date: January 25th 2011



Vengeance – Human Sacrifice
Few albums can claim to have started a musical movement like “Human Sacrifice”. While thrash metal had already been well established by 1988, only a handful of bands had attempted to combine such fast, heavy music with lyrics reflecting faith in Christ.


Vengeance Rising – Once Dead
Where Vengeance Rising’s debut “Human Sacrifice” stormed onto the scene and created quite a stir, “Once Dead” tightened the thrash attack into a well-oiled machine.


Sacred Warrior – Rebellion
“Rebellion”, the band’s auspicious debut, capitalizes on that potent mixture by offering up searing riffs, lightning fast solos, soaring vocals, and a rhythm section that thundered with authority.


Bloodgood – Bloodgood
Bloodgood carved out its own niche in the metal scene by offering up listeners a potent mix of high-pitched vocal wails, melodic yet energetic guitar riffing, a tight rhythm section, and memorable songs that would stay with you for weeks.


Bloodgood – Detonation
Truly a landmark album in the scene, this classic contains the duo of songs “Crucify” and “Messiah” that showed what a real metal band could do with such emotionally charged subject matter and pull it off with such ease.


Pick up our titles at the following online stores:
Divine Metal Distro
Roxx Productions
The Omega Mailorder
CM Distro
…and many other fine retailers

Intense Millennium Records is distributed to retail stores by Infinity Distribution.


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