Upcoming ‘zines/webzines and magazines featuring interviews with HEADHUNTER D.C.: necroscope 'zine (Poland), Batalha Underground 'zine (Brazil, out now!), Cadaverous Smell 'zine (France - finally, huh Christophe?), The Glory of Pagan Fire webzine (Brazil), Metal Discharge 'zine (Brazil), Underground Attack 'zine (Brazil) and Perverse Fire 'zine (Brazil). The band will also appear in the next issue of Crypts of Eternity 'zine from Peru in a special gig report on the show with Possessed and Sadistic Intent in Recife, besides a special appearance in the next issue of Diffamatoriv 'zine of Belém/PA, Brazil.
The long wait will finally find its end: after exact 15 years from its original release they were finished the remasterings of the second Headhunter D.C. opus, “Punishment At Dawn” (1993), for its so long-awaited (re)release on CD format. The release, via Cogumelo Records, will be part of the label’s “Remaster Series” and is expected for the first half of 2009, according to information coming from Cogumelo themselves. A brutalizing version for Sepultura’s classic “Morbid Visions” recorded in 98 during the recording sessions of “...And The Sky Turns To Black... (the dark age has come)” – and that was part of its American issue, released back in 2001 – and two live killers will be part of the re-release as special bonus tracks, besides the CD also count on a new graphic concept. Moreover, Cogumelo will also put back on catalog the re-issue of the band’s debut album “Born...Suffer…Die” (1991) on CD, this time with a new remastering. Both remasterings were made by Thiago Nogueira (www.thiagonogueira.com.br) at Nogueira Sound Studio, Salvador, Bahia. Wait for more information soon!
Headhunter D.C. enters the studio on next December 15 for the recording of the Mortem cover, “Summoned to Hell”, for the upcoming tribute via Heavier Records from Peru. The band promises to give their very best to make from this a version worthy of the magnificence of this darkest South American Death Metal anthem. Watch out for it!
“God’s Spreading Cancer...” was nominated for the Dynamite Independent Music Award, organized by Dynamite Cultural Association and the Dynamite Online site, as the best Brazilian Heavy Metal album of 2007. The curious fact (not to say funny…) is that HEADHUNTER D.C. was quoted as a band from the state of Parana (!?), and the album, as an independent release (!?!?). Is that misinformation enough for you?