Hibria releases Silent Revenge
2013-07-17 by Denis L.G. | 1 Comments

The brazilian metal band Hibria has officially released last saturday throughout Brazil their 4th album, entitled Silent Revenge, as well as a self-titled video clip. The european release is scheduled only for July 26th.

The band will be performing live, sharing the stage with Almah, on September 19th in Rock In Rio Festival, headed by bands such as Metallica, Alice in Chains and Sepultura.

The video-clip can be watched here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=0fdrdfZYw_o

For more information about the band, here is their official english page: http://hibria.com/en/home

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July 19th 2013

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Found out about this recently. I unno their recent albums have been disappointing but I'm definitely gonna give this a listen. Defying the Rules is a straight up classic.



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