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Check out a preview of “The Devil In I’ and some other clips from Slipknot‘s forthcoming Day Of The Gusano movie HERE. Even though the clips are brief it looks like they got some incredible footage and the sound quality is excellent.

‘A new SLIPKNOT documentary brought to you by MusicScreen will be premiered in more than a thousand screens across the world as a one-night-only cinematic spectacle on September 6.

Directed by SLIPKNOT‘s own M. Shawn Crahan, a.k.a. Clown“Day Of The Gusano” documents the Iowa band’s first-ever visit to Mexico in December 2015 and features exclusive interviews with SLIPKNOT‘s members talking about the importance of their fanbase and the band’s long-awaited first-ever show in Mexico City.’

 

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Vattnet to release self titled album Sept 15, premiere video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, July 28, 2017 at 3:18 PM (PST)

Photo by J. Singleton

New Hampshire’s Vattnet (formerly Vattnet Viskar) have announced a September 15th release date for their upcoming self-titled album on New Damage Records. The band’s sound has changed drastically along with the shortened name, though it is still quality music. Time will tell if this shift works and the band retains old fans or simply grows into a new era completely. It probably isn’t a bad idea to do the self-titled sort of re-branding now so they don’t become more firmly established first and then have a self titled Motley Crue type backlash. The band were at a cross-roads after their former frontman left, so this is the perfect time to sort of start semi-fresh, if ever.

Vattnett is now available for pre-order.

Digital: http://smarturl.it/vattnet

Physical: http://bit.ly/Vattnet

A music video for a track titled “Spun” is premiering today on Revolver HERE.

Frontman Casey Aylward tells Revolver, “Spun was the last song I wrote for the record and also the last song we recorded and put together. Conceptually it’s about being uncomfortable and very unhappy in your situation at the time, feeling helpless, feeling like it won’t ever end.” He adds, “The video touches on this theme by using the idea of searching for light within a world of darkness. While some choose to accept or live within the blackness, others try to find or create a light to see their way out. Definitely a song that poured out of me, as if I needed it exorcised from me. When it was done I knew it had to be the first song on the record. I feel like it perfectly introduces what you can expect to hear from the rest of the record, albeit it on a pretty dark note.”

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Song Of The Week: Ne Obliviscaris’ “Intra Venus”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 12:30 PM (PST)

NE OBLIVISCARIS are incredibly talented. Just a cursory listen to even the intro of new song “Intra Venus” would prove that, to say nothing of the band’s prior accomplishments musically. The Australian group is set to release new record Urn in October of this year!

Urn is now available for pre-order across various CD and LP formats at the Season of Mist E-Shop.

NE OBLIVISCARIS have premiered “Intra Venus”, the first new track off their forthcoming album. The video for “Intra Venus” is online now at the Season of Mist YouTube channel (or watch below). This powerful song and video has elements that could likely appeal to fans of Opeth, Cynic and Cradle Of Filth in equal measure. The guitar and violin solo sections are of course dope as heck and the drum and bass interplay on this song is also insane. A lot of cool stuff going on here.

Regarding the new album, NE OBLIVISCARIS frontman Tim Charles: “After almost three years of honing our craft in every way that we possibly could, we finally present to you the first track from an album of which we could not be more proud of. ‘Urn’ feels like the culmination of all our years of hard work; the delivery of everything that we have wanted to create. Music and art as our imaginations see it fit to be. ‘Intra Venus’ is more concise than much of our work and is in fact the only song on ‘Urn’ under ten minutes, but one that we feel is a great introduction to the record. We hope that you will enjoy it.

 

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Au De La, released in 2015, was my first exposure to Montreal based dynamic experimental band BIG|BRAVE. It truly blew my mind and I really hope I get to catch them live someday. Simple tags like post-rock and sludge fail miserably at confining or doing justice to the scopious sound of the group,  a massive force fit for the climax or vast overhead landscape shot of any epic film. And yet the band also have a certain dry core that calls to mind some of the paths tread by some of the classic Touch And Go Records bands.

If you want to really experience and digest music and not just have it force fed to you until you think you wanted it, this band is for you.

See a trailer for the new album Ardor below! Super thrilled for this release.

As with their previous release, Ardor was recorded a the Hotel2Tango, this time by Radwan Ghazi Moumneh (of Jerusalem In My Heart). Jessica Moss (Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial Orchestra), who was a special guest on Au De La, played violin on all of the three new tracks and Thierry Amar (Godspeed You! Black Emperor) played contrabass on two of the tracks.

Look for Ardor to be released on September 15th via Southern Lord. Stand by for additional album and tour news in the weeks ahead.

Ardor Track Listing:
1. Sound
2. Lull
3. Borer

RIYL Boris, King Woman, Worm Ouroboros

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Peep the new Shattered Sun video for “Hollow Chains”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, July 14, 2017 at 1:10 PM (PST)

With a week away from the release of The Evolution Of Anger, their second album for Victory Records, modern metal trailblazers SHATTERED SUN have unveiled the video ‘Hollow Chains.’ Perfectly outlining the demise of cultural and social consciousness, the video also exhibits the ferociousness SHATTERED SUN are known to deliver on stage.

Watch “Hollow Chains.”

“Everyone hides behind a keyboard nowadays, and ‘Hollow Chains’ is a call for individuals to take back their identity,” promptsSHATTERED SUN vocalist Marcos Leal. “Everyone seems to take their arguments to the digital front and fight unnecessary battles between each other every day. All of a sudden any particular event takes away our identities as human beings and replaces it with a close-minded, cold-hearted dismissal of another person that disagrees. It’s fueling the divide by turning us on each other. Take away unity and replace it with the ‘every man for himself’ attitude, and it creates a hollow chain around us all.”

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Surprise! Amon Amarth have decided to stop singing about Vikings and instead will focus entirely on Strawberry Shortcake from now on! I jest! Of course they have a new video and it is still about Vikings, you feeble peasants! Though the look of the video is actually like an old fashioned fight club/gambling den, oddly. Regardless, it is still another blood drenched winner from Jomsviking! Ahhh, the guitar solo section is so tasty like fine mead!

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Svetlanas are a killer live band I always tell people about. I had a blast sharing a small Altercation Records festival campout concert with them last year with my Walking Bombs project and a buncha other bands like Sheer Terror and Damn Broads. That was a fucking great weekend. Not only do Svetlanas lampoon Putin and write kick ass punk anthems but they also are friendly and hang out with fans.

Svetlanas have been called “the most dangerous band in the world” thanks to their super intense live performances at such international festivals as Vans Warped Tour, South by Southwest, Rebellion Festival and more.

The Russian “thrashcore” band (now living in Italy) consists of (first names only): OLGA (vocals), DISTE (drums), STEVE (bass), RICKY (guitar) and the newest member, former Queens Of The Stoneage /Kyuss bass player Nick Oliveri who dubbed Olga, “The best front wo’Man’ I’ve seen since Lee (Trash Talk) and Blag Jesus (The Dwarves).”

Svetlanas’ latest release, THIS IS MOSCOW NOT LA just came out on Rad Girlfriend Records / Subkultura Records.

Stream the video HERE.

 

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Emptiness stream “Your Skin Won’t Hide You” live video

Posted by Metal Riot on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 8:06 PM (PST)

Belgian experimental death and black metal band EMPTINESS have released a live video for the track “Your Skin Won’t Hide You”. The video, captured during a live performance in Brussels, is streaming at the band’s official Bandcamp page.

“Your Skin Won’t Hide You” comes off EMPTINESS’ newest album, ‘Not For Music’. Not For Music was recorded at Blackout Studio, produced by Jeordie White (MARYLIN MANSON), and mixed by Sean Beavan (GUNS AND ROSES, NINE INCH NAILS and more).  The new album is available at the Season of Mist E-Shop.

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If you like your metal conceptually subtle but otherwise pretty much not subtle at all in any way, chances are you probably are a big Cradle fan. The UK’s favorite mischief makers summon the darkness once more with new album Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay. Their 12th offering in a long and storied career, it is surely one of the more anticipated records for the metal scene of 2017. September 22 is the official release date, giving you a full month to learn the lyrics before Halloween. Watch the video below to see Dani looking kind of like a Goblin King/evil deer hybrid in a snowy realm with the band and a pile of I think naked virgins? The production value all around is great and I love the melodic choral style vocals over the blackened speed charnal shred and Filth’s shrieks.

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Excruciator release “Fighting For Evil” music video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, July 5, 2017 at 6:28 PM (PST)

Portland thrashers Excruciator have released the music video for the song “Fighting For Evil.”

The song is the title track off the band’s newest album, which is out now via Divebomb Records.

Check out the video for “Fighting For Evil” here.

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NY In 64 release “50 Lbs. of Ash” playthrough over at GearGods

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 3:35 PM (PST)

New Jersey instrumentalists NY In 64 have released a playthrough for their song “50 Lbs. of Ash” over at GearGods.

The follow-up to 2015’s self-titled debut sees New Jersey-based instrumental outfit NY In 64 – the band formed by members of 1990s screamo act You And I and prog metal troupe East Of The Wall – pushing their sonic template to new heights, realizing an even more refined and uniquely inspired style of instrumental hardcore aggression on The Gentle Indifference Of The Night.

The guitars and bass for The Gentle Indifference Of The Night were recorded by Chris Alfano at Volume Fact, the drums and additional guitars recorded by John Ferrara at Portrait Recording Studios. The record was mixed by Scott Evans at Antisleep Audio, and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East, and its layout completed with photography by Justin Hock and layout by the band and Brent Eyestone.

NY In 64 will release additional videos from The Gentle Indifference Of The Night and announce new regional tour dates in the coming weeks.

Head over to GearGods to watch the “50 Lbs. Of Ash” playthrough.

You can check out the video for “Couldn’t Be Saved” here.

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Suicidal Tendencies release video for “Living For Life”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 1:04 PM (PST)

I guess Mike got his Pepsi, because Suicidal Tendencies are “Living For Life” in a new video that shows they are still the kings of skate punk and circle pit crossover for fun loving mooks everywhere. Some top notch Lombardo fills in this baby as well. It will fill you with thrashing nostalgia but also proves the life has far from gone out of this project.

The band says:

Check out “Living for Life”, the new video from Suicidal Tendencies from the album “World Gone Mad”.
Directed by Pep Williams, edited by Scott O’Malley for Guerilla Press.
It’s your life…live it! It’s easier to “find” excuses then to take action. Be STrong, Get Cyco!
Huge thanks to all the Suicidal Family Worldwide!
See you on tour around the world and look for the new SxTx E.P. coming out fall 2017.

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Wovenwar release new video for “Cascade”

Posted by Metal Riot on Monday, June 26, 2017 at 7:01 PM (PST)

After releasing their sophomore full-length, Honor Is Dead, to critical acclaim last year, Wovenwar is launching a new video for the album track “Cascade” today. It was directed/edited by the band’s own Nick Hipa (guitar).

More aggressive and fluid than its self-titled predecessor, Honor Is Dead was written with contributions from all members. The results speak for themselves, capturing a group that sounds truly unified, and hungry. Expanding upon the ruthlessly catchy melodies and hooks of their debut, Honor Is Dead makes for a listening experience with real depth, and a broad emotional range. Driven by a darker lyrical theme, the album’s 11 tracks hit with devastating force!

To preview and purchase Honor Is Dead, please visit: metalblade.com/wovenwar

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The Haunted release “Brute Force” music video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, June 23, 2017 at 10:21 AM (PST)

The Haunted have released a song from upcoming ninth studio album Strength In Numbers. Recorded at Parlour Studios in the UK with producer Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir, The Exploited), the album will be released worldwide via CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS on August 25, 2017. The song continues the band’s recent trend of focusing more solely on their aggression, since the return of vocalist Marco Aro (who is a screamer). I’m especially liking Jonas’ bass attack on this one, giving the track extra punch.

THE HAUNTED checked in to comment on the track as follows:
We’re very excited to finally be able to air our first single from the new album Strength In Numbers and let it set the tone for the brutality of the album. “Brute Force” is one of those songs written in the early stage of making the album and shows our hunger to make new music, uncompromising, unforgiving and just to the point.”

 

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Check out the new Hatebreed video for “Seven Enemies”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 6:41 PM (PST)

On my death bed I will probably ask the people planning on chiseling some silly bullshit on my headstone to instead use some Hatebreed lyrics: You want me to hold my tongue/Then why the fuck am I here?

Haha. But in all seriousness, Hatebreed are back with a new video for “Seven Enemies”. Check it out below. It is particularly Hatebreedy, so turn it up and get reminded what dedication to hardcore means.

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