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Agonia Records, one of our favorite extreme labels around here, are working with the Greek band Lucifer’s Child. If you haven’t heard of them the group consists of vocalist Marios Dupont (Karma Violens) and drummer Nick Vell (Chaostar), George Emmanuel (ex-Chaostar), Stathis Ridis (a member of another long-running Hellenic metal unit, Nightfall).

Now they’ve released new single “The Order” in the form of a music video directed by George Koimisis and the band themselves. It’s the title track from the band’s fothrcoming album, set to be released on November 9th via Agonia Records. Watch the video HERE.

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Tourniquet release “Sinister Scherzo” lyric video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Monday, September 24, 2018 at 12:20 PM (PST)

This new Tourniquet song has some pretty wild production and a thrashtastic arrangement. It is from the new album Gazing At Medusa. Have you gazed at Medusa today? I guess if you did you would not be able to respond because you would’ve rightfully been turned into a statue. Oh man, my cat just farted. Jesus. Anyway, that cover art makes me want to smoke and watch those bad Clash of the Titans remakes. The old school Medusa was way cooler (compare HERE).

Drummer and songwriter Ted Kirkpatrick comments: “We’re thrilled with the response to the first two singles. This album took considerably longer to record than expected, but we feel the fans will find it to be worth the wait. It’s been great to work with Tim and Chris on this one.”

The album is mixed and mastered by Aaron Pace. T-shirts are available, and pre-orders are up for both CD and vinyl at tourniquet.net

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Gothic metal/hard rock fusion underground icons Lacuna Coil have revealed a new clip for ‘Blood, Tears, Dust’ from The 119 Show – Live In London. 

“2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Lacuna Coil’s debut. To celebrate this special year, the band will be releasing “The 119 Show – Live In London” DVD. The special one-time live recording was filmed at the band’s exceptional show on January 19 in London at the O2 Forum Kentish Town and is scheduled for release November 9th, 2018.”

 

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Arsis rage forth with ‘Tricking The Gods’ music video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 3:12 PM (PST)

Tech death tyrants Arsis have thankfully returned this year with Visitant, a much anticipated new release out in Nov. from the consistently dope labels Agonia Records and Nuclear Blast. The new video for ‘Tricking The Gods’ has some Satan invades star trek borderline moments, but is that a bad thing? Hell no.

Love the lead tones (is that a George Lynch tiger spirit infused guitar or what?) and psycho-charged arrangement in this tune, powered by some serious chops and guttural evil from James Malone. Expect this record should make quite a big red splash. This band always seemed more sincere about their craft than some others, so I am looking forward to this. My punk friends Nightmares For A Week also have an album out this late 2018 which , like Arsis, marks 5 years between releases and y’know, sometimes it really is worth the wait for career milestone material. Kudos to all.

“We had a pretty strong touring cycle for the last album, Unwelcome,” says Malone. “Then, I got involved in Necromancing the Stone. It wasn’t taking up too much time since I wasn’t the main songwriter. It was more of a fun outlet for me, a chance for me to get on stage and play without having to do both guitar and vocals. I didn’t expect Necromancing the Stone to get signed and to go on tour, but all of that ended up happening. That took time obviously, but then Brandon [Ellis] ended up joining The Black Dahlia Murder. It took me awhile to get my wits about me to the point where I wanted to concentrate on a new Arsis record. The time it took to regroup was very much needed.”

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Baltimore metalcore faithful VELA have delivered a video for their song “Cult Of The Mountain” which we are happy to premiere for you today. They have an early 00’s metalcore influence (like so many acts, as that was a very influential era) but also cite more heavy metal or progressive metalcore hybrid bands like Trivium and Born Of Osiris as influences on their heavy sound. A full length album is intended for 2o19 with details to be announced in the future. I gotta say, it is hard to get sick of dueling guitars and some steadfast rabid kick drum devotion. I dug this track, though it does not stray far out of the general genre lines until the very cool and more experimental bridge. That isn’t always a bad thing. This song has a few dizzying guitar moments to boast of and roars down doors.

With this single and our upcoming album, we really want to take what made 2000’s era metalcore so great and evolve that into a modern sound. All the members of our band love that era of music and are constantly inspired by bands like Trivium, Killswitch Engage, and August Burns Red. Lyrically, the song is about the Aum Shinrikyo in Japan who conducted sarin gas attacks to cleanse the world of humanity. Our song was actually released on the day the leader of the cult was executed for his crimes completely by coincidence! – Eric Ferguson – Guitarist for Vela

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On September 28th, Anaal Nathrakh will release their 10th full-length, A New Kind Of Horror, via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of the album, a video for the new single, “Obscene as Cancer” (directed by The Widow Brothers / widowbrothers.com), can be viewed HERE.

The previous single, “Forward!”, can be streamed now at: metalblade.com/anaalnathrakh – where the record can also be pre-ordered. It is pretty awe inspiring how far this band has undertaken following their vision down the coldest, most uncompromising path time and again. Hails!

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Photo credit: Maria Debiassi

MARTY FRIEDMAN‘s presence in the world of music, the world of guitar, and Japanese pop culture is mystifying, bizarre, and nothing short of inspiring. His 14th solo album, ONE BAD M.F. Live!!--set for release October 19 on Prosthetic Records–is an all-out celebration of his music in its rawest form. Recorded live during his 2018 “Wall of Sound” tour on its final show in Mexico City at Centro Cultural on April 14, 2018, ONE BAD M.F. Live!! is chock full of his own brand of “feelgood aggression.”

He’ll celebrate the release of ONE BAD M.F. Live!! in Los Angeles, CA at the Viper Room on October 21. It’s the only U.S. show he will do in 2018, but at this show, he will officially announce the details of a full scale 2019 U.S. and Europe tour. Tickets are now on sale here.

As seen in the first live music video which premiered today on GuitarWorld.com, “Whiteworm,” FRIEDMAN and his band–Kiyoshi (bass), Jordan Ziff (guitar), Chargeeee (drums)–are all smiles and are in constant interaction with the audience, pouncing on the rhythms and playing such addictive melodies that one doesn`t miss a vocalist for a moment.

Read more below.

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Video Premiere: Red Neckromancer’s “Loaded Gun”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at 1:10 PM (PST)

Countrified punker types Red Neckromancer have braved the rotten flesh filled streets to bring us their brain eating and banjo spankin’ new video for “Loaded Gun” today!  The song is from their baller new album In The Shadow Of The Mountain. 

“The video was filmed and directed by Allyson Ferrara and stars our very own Malachi McElroy,” says band founder Kevin Sharp. “We did most of the filming in and around New Paltz, NY. Snug Harbor was gracious enough to let us film the live scenes there. The basic premise is Mal waking up hungover and going out to look for more booze without realizing that the zombie apocalypse has started.”

Lock up your livers and hide your brains!!!

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High On Fire announce new U.S. tour dates

Posted by longhairedpoet on Sunday, August 12, 2018 at 7:58 AM (PST)

Photo Credit – Jen Rosenstein

California metallers High On Fire are preparing to hit the road with Municipal Waste this fall.

This tour will be in support of High On Fire’s new album Electric Messiah which will be released on October 5 via eOne.

The tour will also include Toxic Holocaust and Haunt.

“Man it’s gonna get crazy every night!,” says drummer Des Kensel. “Legends will be made on this tour! For after party info contact Dave Witte @ (804) 555-1212.”

High On Fire have also released a lyric video for the album’s title track. Vocalist and guitarist Matt Pike had this to say about “Electric Messiah:”

“I had a dream about Lemmy. When Lemmy was still alive I always got compared to Lemmy, so I had this dream where he got pissed at me. He gave me a bunch of shit, basically, and was hazing me. Not that he didn’t approve of me, but like I was being hazed. The song is me telling the world that I could never fill Lemmy’s shoes because Lemmy’s Lemmy. I wanted to pay homage to him in a great way. And it turned out to be such a good title that the guys said we should call the album ‘Electric Messiah.'”

Check out all of High On Fire’s tour dates and the lyric video for “Electric Messiah” here.

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Redemption release cover of U2’s “New Year’s Day”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Sunday, August 5, 2018 at 5:46 PM (PST)

Redemption recently released their seventh full-length, Long Night’s Journey into Day – the first to be produced with Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Primal Fear, Amaranthe, Doro, etc.). Gotta say it has one of my favorite album covers yet this year, very cool stuff.  Now, the undeniably talented band has released a new track from the album: “New Year’s Day”, a cover version of U2‘s classic song – which can be heard below or HERE.

For more previews of Long Night’s Journey into Day, and to purchase the record in various formats, please visit: metalblade.com/redemption

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Sails of Serenity release “Left Behind” music video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, June 22, 2018 at 3:37 PM (PST)

Turkish heavy metallers Sails of Serenity have recently signed to Famined Records and have today released the music video for their song “Left Behind.”

“Left Behind” comes from the band’s upcoming album The Crossing which is due out August 17.

The song features vocals from Başer Çelebi of Furtherial.

Sails of Serenity had this to say about “Left Behind” and signing to Famined Records:

“Inspired by Captain Ahab’s story from Moby Dick, ‘Left Behind’ tells us about a man, estranged to himself by his convictions; a man left behind in a sense. This is symbolized in the music video as a man left alone in an island. Being a part of the Famined Records family is a new and exciting step for us. With ‘Left Behind’ and our upcoming album The Crossing, we believe that we will achieve our main goal to make our music heard by people all around the world.”

The Crossing was mixed and mastered by Gabor Toth (Harmed) at Ghostship Recordings (Beyond Deviation, Swallowed Alive, Bloodbather) and the opening piece on the album will include orchestration by Eren Başbuğ (Dream Theater).

Check out the video for “Left Behind” here.

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North Carolina rockers ASG have released their latest music video, for their song “Lightning Song.”

“Lightning Song” comes off of Survive Sunrise out today via Relapse Records.

ASG are currently on the Survive Sunrise summer tour. Support on the tour is provided by Lo Pan and Beitthemeans.

Survive Sunrise was recorded, mixed and mastered with longtime producer Matt Hyde (Deftones, Slayer, Monster Magnet). The cover art was designed by Malleus (Queens of the Stone Age, Foo Fighters, The Melvins).

Check out the music video for “Lightning Song,” ASG tour dates and the Survive Sunrise cover art here.

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Skyharbor release “Dim” music video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 10:27 AM (PST)

New Delhi metallers Skyharbor have released their latest music video for their song “Dim.”

“Dim” comes off the band’s forthcoming album Sunshine Dust, which is due out on September 7 via EntertainmentOne

The music video was directed by Tom Flynn and Mike Watts.

About the music video Guitarist Keshav Dhar had this to say, “We’re stoked to present our music video for ‘Dim.’ It was an amazing experience filming a video together for the first time as a band, and we hope you all enjoy it as much as we did making it!”

Dhar adds about the album, “It’s taken almost four years and it’s been a real labor of love, but we’re thrilled to finally get this record out there to our fans. We’re incredibly stoked on these songs and have really dug in deep to explore and represent what we truly feel is the Skyharbor sound.”

Vocalist Eric Emery says about “Dim”: “’Dim’ is one of my favorite songs on the record and I can’t wait to share the video with everyone. Thematically, the song alludes to the volatile current political climate in the US, as well as exploring what our potential future could look like should we continue down this road.“

Check out the video for “Dim” as well as the cover art and tracklist for Sunshine Dust here.

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Sinsaenum release “Final Resolve” video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 1:05 PM (PST)

Somehow I never heard of this bad ass death metal project Sinsaenum that features a wild combo of harder metal peeps. Joey Jordison (who is much missed in Slipknot),  Sean Zatorsky , Attila Csihar, Stephane Buriez, Heimoth and Frédéric Leclercq are members and all contribute to the band’s intense sound.

Sinsaenum will release their sophomore album Repulsion For Humanity on August 10 via earMUSIC. I am very impressed by the band’s memorable writing paired take no prisoners brutality and fiery soloing.

Check out the old school meets modern death metal gut punch “Final Resolve,” featuring the renowned French industrial percussion band Les Tambours du Bronx, who have also worked with Sepultura. 

“It is still death metal, it’s undeniable,” said founding member and mastermind Frédéric Leclercq. “But we found it interesting to mix it with other elements that we all like. This is only one aspect of the album and what Sinsaenum is about – ‘Final Resolve’ is just an obvious first single due to its catchiness. Because yes, it is possible to play death metal and be catchy [laughs].”

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Space Elevator release video for “We Can Fly”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, May 11, 2018 at 11:17 PM (PST)

London rockers Space Elevator have released their latest music video for their song “We Can Fly.”

“We Can Fly” comes off the band’s soon-to-be-released album Space Elevator II which is due out on May 25 via SPV/Steamhammer.

The video was shot atop the largest privately-owned satellite dish in the world owned by Thoth Technology.

SPV/Steamhammer will re-release on June 22nd the first Space Elevator album with the bonus track “Don’t Believe A Word” (A Thin Lizzy cover).

Check out “We Can Fly” and Space Elevator tour dates here.

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