Have you heard MASSIVE SLAVERY’s Global Enslavement? If not, you are strongly encouraged to find out why Lords of Metal dubbed it “The breakthrough metal album of the year!” and critics around the globe have been raving about the new masterpiece from the elite Canadian death metal unit. Available now from Maple Metal Records!
MASSIVE SLAVERY grabbed the No. 1 slot on Reverb Nation in Northern Quebec, www.reverbnation.com/massiveslavery and the song “Humanity’s Last Hope” will be featured on the Rock Band video game in November. A video is also in the works to coincide with the release of this song on Rock Band.
“This is a great album from a very talented band; great production value and great performances. Riff after killer riff Massive Slavery are laying down the smack.” – Metal-Rules (3.5/5)
“Global Enslavement is an album that delivers a quintessential death metal experience. It combines a refreshingly unique mix of melodic, brutal and technical death metal. Bravo!” – Bravewords (8.5/10)
“The perfect balance between extreme and melodic death metal: With hooks, brutality, and groove.” – Boulevard Brutal (9/10)
“This is just an awesome debut by an ambitious band that’s not afraid to raise their voice.” – DeathMetal.be (92/100)
“Massive Slavery deliver a refined version of melodic death metal on steroids that grips you like a vice and beats you into submission.” – The New Review (4/5)
Global Enslavement is a Revolutionary Album in Modern Death Metal. It is a concept death metal album that explores some of the darkest parts of modern history that caused the epic failures of our society today. ‘Global Enslavement’ was released July 26th via Maple Metal Records, Toronto/Canada; the label launched by John Belrose, producer of Exciter’s “Heavy Metal Maniac”.
MASSIVE SLAVERY hail from the towns of Val d’Or and Rouyn-Noranda, the gold-mining district in Northern Quebec. The province of Quebec, Canada has traditionally been a hot bed for great metal talent and now MASSIVE SLAVERY can be added to that illustrious list.
Born from a concept conceived by bassist Marc-André Barrette (ex-Paroxysm) and guitarist Joël St-Amant (ex-Descend into Nothingness), Massive Slavery was officially created in the winter of 2009.
Having previously worked with Joel in “Descend into Nothingness”, drummer Pierre-Alexandre Mercier (ex-Decrepity) did not hesitate to join the crew. Even if the band were still looking for a front man, they began to write and work on fresh material.
After a couple of months of hunting around, their search was finally rewarded when vocalist Jon ‘The ProF’ St-Pierre landed the role, to round out this new quartet. His addition to the band gave new dynamics, and a boost of energy to push the band into finalizing the writing of their first album.
The collaboration of this musical assault Global Enslavement combines a mix of melodic, brutal and technical death metal.
The album was produced and recorded by Yannick St-Amand (Despised Icon, Beneath the Massacre, Neuraxis) in January, at Northern Studio in Northern Quebec. It was mixed and mastered by Pierre Rémillard (Anvil, Kataklysm, Misery Index, Malevolent Creation) in February, at Wild Studio north of Montreal.