April 1, 2011 — This tour has a great mix for fans of different genres, as the top billed bands are from Europe, but they all bring a different flavor to the table.
March 27, 2011 — Mesopotamian thrashing black metal pioneers MELECHESH have released the video clip for the song “Grand Gathas of Baal Sin” from their latest record, The Epigenesis.
March 22, 2010 — On April 10 Mesopotamian Metal pioneers MELECHESH will enter the studio to record their fifth and as of yet untitled album for a period of 4-5 weeks.
March 15, 2009 — The term “U.S. Black Metal” is not taken very seriously, and rightfully so because of the weak bands that have spawned from the States. However, after a lengthy eight year hiatus, these occult veterans from Texas show that there is at least one USBM band that steps up to the plate.
February 19, 2008 — MELECHESH have fulfilled their three-album recording contract with Osmose Productions. The band has decided not to renew the agreement with Osmose and will soon announce a new label home.
January 2, 2008 — It’s been a grossly successful 2007 for APESHIT, and though we find it hard pressed to make that same general claim for metal in 2007, a handful of albums did manage to leave a strong impression on us.
May 10, 2007 — Groundbreaking Japanese act SIGH have announced a few tour dates from their upcoming North American tour with Mesopotamian masters MELECHESH. The band is touring North America in support of their upcoming album, Hangman’s Hymn, out June 12th, 2007 on The End Records.
February 4, 2007 — It’s been too long since we’ve heard from MELECHESH; four years to be exact. Their last album, Sphynx, was damn good but Emissaries easily surpasses it.
November 23, 2006 — Sumerian thrashing black metallers MELECHESH have announced plans for some select North American shows in 2007. Frontman Ashmedi issued the following statement: “We have just returned from doing press in New York City this weekend and it was an outstanding experience.
October 9, 2006 — Emissaries, the fourth album from MELECHESH, is the much-anticipated follow-up to 2003’s brilliant opus, Sphynx. Easily the band’s top album to date, and debut for new drummer Xul, Emissaries is a collection of Sumerian spells, Mesopotamian mysticism and its cosmic connection.