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Secret Cutter photo by Tim Wynarczuk

Hey, cannibalistic cohorts. Slamming down some Annie’s bunny pasta like a god damn party animal right now and eager to give you the scoop on some cool new metal news for the day. In an effort to cover a little more ground with my zany schedule (and also because I am generally happier when I am a chatty Cathy and not  just drearily re-posting press releases under the gun), I am gonna try to do some daily little mini lists of cool condensed happenings as well as our usual style posts. We will see how long it lasts. Anyway, let’s hit the battlefield running.

Secret Cutter have streamed the closing track “Oblivion” (not a Mastodon cover, yo) from their new record Quantum Eraser over at the fine site Invisible Oranges.

Says the Pennsylvania based band of the track, “‘Oblivion’ is, for lack of a better term, the grand finale of our second LP Quantum Eraser. It is the last and heaviest song on the record. Musically, the song was written as a funeral march. The song addresses taking the wrong path til the end, caused by self-delusion and trusting the wrong people.”

 

Let SECRET CUTTER’s “Oblivion” out of the cage at Invisible Oranges RIGHT HERE.

 

Progressive wing spreaders Redemption have launched the “Indulge In Color” play through video. On July 27th, Redemption will release their seventh full-length album, Long Night’s Journey into Day – the first to be produced with Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Primal Fear, Amaranthe, Doro, etc.). Check out the video HERE.

 

“We have a number of elements to our sound, from more aggressive riff-driven material, to more melodic metal with technical elements, to more progressive material,” says Nick van Dyk. “It’s hard to capture our sound with just one song. So we’re particularly excited to release this longer track that showcases our more progressive elements and Tom’s amazing singing in that context. I know people are eager to hear how he sounds on this type of track and I think his performance here is going to blow people away.” 

 

Aethereus have partnered with No Clean Singing to premiere a new song called “The Pale Beast”, the first single from the Tacoma, Washington headbanger’s debut album Absentia. This band has a lot of potential and could certainly be a Summer Slaughter type of contender. Incidentally, Summer Slaughter dates are here, come to think of it. I shoulda been plugging that more of late. Shit has been crazy, sorry. And yeah, Aethereus are not on it but maybe in the future?

You CAN however listen to Aethereus – “The Pale Beast” HERE.

We recommend you do so loudly. Absentia is the group’s first release with new members Matt Behner on drums (ex-Fully Consumed/ex-Year of Desolation) along with Vance Bratcher (Vocalist) and Scott Hermanns (Bassist) who play in the highly praised Seattle symphonic death metal outfit The Devils of Loudon.
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Frost* announce upcoming album ‘Falling Satellites’

Posted by longhairedpoet on Monday, March 14, 2016 at 4:46 PM (PST)

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UK progressive rockers Frost* have announced their upcoming album Falling Satellites.

Falling Satellites will be released via InsideOut Music on May 27. This will be the band’s first album in eight years.

Jem Godfrey, the keyboard player and songwriter of the album had this to say:

“It’s been a long time coming, but we got there in the end. I think this is our strongest album to date and moves the sound forwards whilst still referencing what’s gone before. It’s also great to have finally co-written some songs with John in a Frost* context. The end results were better than either of us could have imagined, we just can’t wait to get out and play it all live now.”

Check out the track list for the album and Frost* tour dates here.

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For over two decades (time flies, Christ!) Spiritual Beggars have been creating solid rock n roll of the stoner rock variety, showcasing the more classic influences of founder Michael Amott (Arch Enemy, Carcass). These guys were riding the psych and hard blues/stoner bus long before many bands nowadays jumped on the bandwagon. Per Wiberg (ex-Opeth, current Candlemass) stops by Metal Riot to give us the rundown on the first time VINYL reissue of the band’s early records by Music For Nations (get the vinyl HERE).

 

It’s funny. This article is a little bit of a milestone for me, as Spiritual Beggars were a band I read about years back when I first discovered Terrorizer magazine as the first Beggars album was brewing, I believe. Honestly, I probably got into these guys BEFORE Carcass. It was a time when I was learning all about the many different, deeper sub-genres and rich history of metal and hard rock. Once you gaze down that rabbit hole you’ll not only learn more than you ever thought possble about ex-members or splinter acts associated to Napalm Death (the “6 degrees of Kevin Bacon” of metal), but fans who keep digging beyond the bullshit will be rewarded by the richer soil, so to speak, where Five Finger Death Punch is only from Kill Bill and much better bands flourish in the underground. So yeah, here’s to Spiritual Beggars for helping pull me down into the depths all those years ago. It’s been a sweet and smoky ride.

 

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Pain of Salvation covers “Holy Diver”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Monday, November 10, 2014 at 1:23 PM (PST)

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Swedish rockers Pain of Salvation have covered the classic heavy metal anthem “Holy Diver”.

Here is was PoS frontman Daniel Gildenlow had to say about the Dio cover:

“A few years back we were asked to play in a local metal event where every band got three songs from a particular artist. We got Dio on our plate, and decided to make a very special rendition of Holy Diver. It stayed with us over the years, and we are thrilled finally to be able to present it on recording. We just wish Ronnie could still be around to hear it.”

Head over here to stream the cover.

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Devin Townsend Project announce DVD box-set

Posted by KageDrummer on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 5:20 PM (PST)

Canadian progressive metal act, Devin Townsend Project, have announced they will be releasing a DVD box-set entitled “By A Thread- Live In London 2011.” The DVD set includes all of the UK shows in which he preformed all four of his albums and the box-set will include all four shows on four DVDs, plus a 5-CD set (the four albums and one disc with all of the encores).

To check out the DVD cover click here.

The DVD box-set will be released June 18th in Europe and June 19th in North America through Inside Out Music/HevyDevy Records.

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Redemption streams new album “This Mortal Coil”

Posted by metalrocker on Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 4:23 PM (PST)

US progressive metal band Redemption is giving fans a chance to get a preview of their new album “This Mortal Coil,” in its entirety here before it is released. The album’s first single, “Noonday Devil,” is also available for streaming via the band’s official Facebook page.

“This Mortal Coil” was recorded and mixed with legendary producer Neil Kernon (Queensryche, Nevermore, Kansas, etc.) and the album’s artwork was created by acclaimed artist and longtime band collaborator Travis Smith (Opeth, Nevermore, etc)

“This Mortal Coil” will be released in North America on October 11th, 2011 via InsideOut Music.

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Redemption stream new track off upcoming album “This Mortal Coil”

Posted by KageDrummer on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 3:14 PM (PST)

California progressive metal act Redemption have released a new track off their upcoming album, “This Mortal Coil.” The new track is entitled “Noonday Devil,” and you can check it out here.

The new album will be released through Inside Out Music on October 11th, 2011 in North America and September 26th for Europe.

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