IMPERATIVE MUSIC, Brazilian label well known for its ongoing international metal compilation series

which has previously featured such acts as Kreator, Epica, Obituary, Devilment and Venom, released Volume 15 of the series this past May...

The Global Metal Compilation Volume 15, which features metal heavyweights Destruction, Hammerfall, Cradle of Filth and Death, as well as Riotous Indignation and many other bands, will be released in DVD format with interactive menu items featuring music, music videos, and information for each band.

This ongoing compilation series, which will be available in top retail outlets, is distributed internationally through Imperative’s label partners in the U.S., Europe, Japan and Brazil, including Nuclear Blast, Season of Mist, Earache, Relapse, Heaven And Hell, Rock Stakk, Red Rivet Records, Disk Union and several others.

Promotional copies of the compilation will also be available in metal fanzines throughout the world including Moshville Times (U.K.), Metal Obs’ (France), Totentanz (Germany) and Streetcleaner Fanzine (Germany).

New to the Imperative Compilation Series is Riotous Indignation, a Chicago-based metal band with an increasing global presence via more than 50 radio stations in seven countries since the 2016 release of their Violentus Musicae EP. This emerging band has also been featured on three other compilations this year. The music video for their song "The End", which originally premiered on Metal Underground on January 21, 2017, will be included on the video portion of this compilation.

Other bands included on this compilation are: Decadence (Sweden), NightQueen (Belgium), Karryttah (Brazil), Inner Call (Brazil), Metaspherical (Canada), West of Hell (Canada), Marching Out (Japan), Risingfall (Japan), Fenrir’s Scar (Brazil), Hanging Death (USA), Saints of Death (Canada), Dixie Heaven (Brazil), Hellzeimer (France), Black Daffodils (Germany) The Rest of Us is Dead (Germany), The Undead Manz (Brazil), Amethyst (Costa Rica), Azurica (Germany), Totem and Taboo (Italy), and Enzo Donnarumma (Italy).

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