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Sutrah release “Lethe” over at Invisible Oranges

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 12:07 PM (PST)

Montreal death metallers Sutrah have released their latest track “Lethe” over at Invisible Oranges.

“Lethe” comes off the band’s upcoming EP Aletheia due out on March 13 via The Artisan Era. Sutrah features members of Benighted, Chthe’ilist, Basalte, and Serocs.

Check out “Lethe” here.

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Heaven Shall Burn release two new music videos

Posted by longhairedpoet on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 2:07 PM (PST)

German metallers Heaven Shall Burn have released two music videos! The videos are for their songs “Protector” and “Weakness Leaving My Heart.”

These videos come ahead of the release of the band’s new double album Truth and Sacrifice which is due out on March 20.

The double video was directed by Philipp Hirsch.

Guitarist Maik Weichert states, “In order to reflect the concept of the double album we decided to produce a ‘double video’, which turned into a real mammoth project. ‘Protector’ is taken from album one (Of Truth) while ‘Weakness Leaving My Heart’ is part of album two (Of Sacrifice). While ‘Protector’ represents confidence and a readiness for action ‘Weakness Leaving My Heart’ is contemplative and deals with the sacrifices and losses that truth may cost. Something you should also feel from the different vibes of the songs. The double album is giving you the essence of what HSB is about and there is lots to explore.”

You can check out the video as well as Heaven Shall Burn tour dates here.

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Code Orange return. Pre Order ‘Underneath’ now

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 1:43 PM (PST)

Hey everybody. In case you were looking for it and curious…I haven’t been able to post yet about Neil from Rush dying, just too much of a loss to even process yet. I think, while it is the news, sites can often get vampiric in rushing to get the word out. It goes with the time sensitive news cycle territory and we all do want to grieve together, but I used to listen to his drumming with my dad and have an emotional connection to it so need to sort of go with my gut and wait until I feel like writing more after the feeling sits with me awhile. I know Neil Peart was a pretty astounding mind though and would probably view the afterlife as another horizon or learning experience, so I will leave it at that for now. Before I go listen to “Subdivisions” again today I will post some Code Orange news, on a different musical note!

The popular East Coasters are back in March (3/13) with a new Roadrunner release, this one called Underneath. Peep the first, semi-industrialized and vibey af video below. It’s catchy, memorable, moody, loud and it jams. Pre order HERE. I love this band and think they continue to do an admirable job of growing bigger while straddling that link between the underground and bigger rock awareness “market” with big tent energy vibes instead of elitism. Rock isn’t the hottest genre these days so more power to them for staying the course and still aiming high.

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Windhand announce 2020 US headlining tour dates

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 at 6:31 PM (PST)

Virginia doom metallers Windhand have announced the dates for their 2020 headlining tour.

Windhand will be touring with labelmates Devil Master beginning in March.

Windhand have recently released previously unreleased demo and rarity tracks on their Bandcamp. The five album collection spans from the band’s full-lengths Soma, Grief’s Infernal FlowerEternal Return, plus miscellaneous demos, alternative mixes & their Live at WFMU session on June 8 2013. All proceeds for the albums will help Windhand post-theft of their instruments and gear earlier in the Fall.

Check out the full list of tour dates here.

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Gargoyl sign to Season of Mist

Posted by longhairedpoet on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 12:13 PM (PST)

Massachusetts metallers Gargoyl have signed to Season of Mist Records. The band features guitarist Dave Davidson of Revocation and guitarist/vocalist Luke Roberts of Ayahuasca. The band will be releasing their debut full-length via Season of Mist later this year.

Dave Davidson comments: “Season Of Mist have always been an unconventional label with a unique vision so we’re very proud to officially join their ranks. We look forward to our new partnership with SoM and can’t wait for you all to hear our debut album.”

Check out some early Gargoyl tracks over at Bandcamp and Soundcloud.

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Cannabis Corpse kick off European Tour w/ Withered

Posted by longhairedpoet on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 11:01 AM (PST)

Stoner death metallers Cannabis Corpse have announced a European tour with label mates Withered. The tour, which kicked off on January 3 lasts until January 25.

The tour will hit 14 countries, ending in the UK on January 25.

Phil Hall comments on the announcement: “Cannabis corpse is going to head back over to Europe early in 2020! Roll up a fatty and check out the dates!”

Cannabis Corpse are touring in support of their latest album Nug So Vile which was released on November 1, 2019. The band has also released a lyric video for their song “From Enslavement to Hydrobliteration.”

Check out the full list of tour dates as well as the “From Enslavement to Hydrobliteration” lyric video and the full stream of Nug So Vile here.

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Blood Spore announce ‘Fungal Warfare Upon All Life’ release date

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 9:06 AM (PST)

Philadelphia extreme metallers Blood Spore have announced that they will release their new EP Fungal Warfare Upon All Life on February 28.

The EP will be released via Blood Harvest Records. Ahead of the release of Fungal Warfare Upon All Life Blood Spore have released the track “Hostile Fruiting Bodies.”

Stream “Hostile Fruiting Bodies” at Blood Harvest Records Bandcamp here or stream the whole EP over at Blood Spore’s Bandcamp here.

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Frogg share “Ancient Rain” guitar playthrough

Posted by longhairedpoet on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at 12:48 PM (PST)

For fans of Obscura, Arsis, Born of Osiris, Kalmah, The Zenith Passage

Technical metallers Frogg has shared a guitar playthrough for their track “Ancient Rain.”

“Ancient Rain” is a track off the upcoming debut EP A Reptilian Dystopia due out on January 17.

Frogg has been in the works for years in the mind of Sky Moon Clark and over the years he has been inoculating a stash of riffs, licks, and raw emotion, which will now be poured out into the world. As the band puts it, “it’s a fiery punch to the gut.”

Clark adds:

“Our EP is kind of our raw sound put on a plate without much refinement, but it’s still the basic punch and flavor Frogg has to offer. Just think of the EP as our base, while our in-the-works Album I (expected 2021/2022) will be a more fleshed-out form of Frogg with an emphasized focus on the overall songs start to finish.”

Check out the playthrough for “Ancient Rain” here.

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Doom Candy release new track “Doom Candy”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at 12:25 PM (PST)

Self-described elektro-thrash metallers Doom Candy have released a new track “Doom Candy (Zardonic Remix).”

The song is from the group’s forthcoming Suicide Effects EP which is set to be released in 2020.

Doom Candy features music from Jeffrey Nothing and Thomas Church.

Check out “Doom Candy” here.

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Montecharge streaming ‘Demons Or Someone Else’

Posted by longhairedpoet on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at 12:00 PM (PST)

Swiss metallers Montecharge are streaming their first full-length album Demons Or Someone Else now over at their Bandcamp.

Montecharge is ffo: Cortez, Converge, Knut, Old Man Gloom, Gorguts

Montecharge emerged in 2007 as a reunion between two members of Amok, a defunct grind/death outfit from Geneva, Switzerland. They rapidly wrote their first tracks with the intent to deliver aggressive music while aiming for a form of subtlety.

As a side-project, the band initially remained a guitar/drum duo. They self-produced a 5-track EP in 2012, which was released as a 10’’ vinyl limited to 100 copies.In 2013, Montecharge expanded to include a third member in order to reinforce its experimental inclinations with synthesizers, Theremin and various noise machines.

The trio then recorded three tracks in studio to answer the call of a Swedish multi-band project named Elemental Nightmares. One track was published on the compilation and two were released on a 7’’ with Hummus Records. After a second hiatus due to implications in other projects the band regrouped in 2016 with renewed strength to write their first album and search for a vocalist.

Both of which came to fruition early 2017: Montecharge took on the studio as a quartet tor ecord an album with Thierry Van Osselt (of Knut fame) in Geneva.

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Photo Credit: Jake Gravbot

 

Philadelphia psych rock quintet RUBY THE HATCHET has premiered a cover of Uriah Heep’s 1972 “Easy Livin’” via a new music video. A staple of their recent live sets, the band recorded the cover at Retro City Studios in NJ. The group commented on the cover:

Uriah Heep is a band favorite and still an unsung hero of sorts in our opinion. Many of their songs make our karaoke cuts, but Easy Livin’ was especially fun to figure out now that we have been toying with live three part harmonies. All of the high notes in our cover are vocally supported by Johnny, and of course Owen…still trying to put a mic in front of Lake. Plus, when you have someone like Sean playing organ, a Heep cover is a must.”

This cover is excellent and sent chills up my back to my brain. Good times! Ruby The Hatchet just thrill me whenever I give them a listen. I have never been let down by this incredible act yet.

RUBY THE HATCHET will kick off an upcoming North American tour with Kadavar this Thursday December 5th in Atlanta, GA. The tour runs through December 21st and a full list of dates is available below.

Additionally, RUBY THE HATCHET will release their three full-length albums and EP on limited edition, colored cassette via Brutal Panda Records. The cassettes will be available on December 6th and can be ordered at THIS LOCATION. So sick!

RUBY THE HATCHET are currently writing their follow-up to 2017’s celebrated album Planetary Space Child. A 2020 release is expected with more info to follow.

Tour dates BELOW.

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Raven Black release” He Is The One” lyric video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 4:33 PM (PST)

Wow, today really was a treasure trove of new metal riches with Ozzy, Sepultura and King Diamond all releasing some outstanding material that knocked me on my ass. I also want to steer you in the direction of a fun band we like around here who those of you who can take a little camp with your metal (and remember kids, you can’t have many a decent horror film without kids at a camp, haha).

Dark alt metal rock force Raven Black have released their charmingly deranged new single “He Is The One” as a lyric video. The seasick swing of this possessed sounding song will make you run to hide in the cupboard or under the bed from your demons…but there may be no place to hide? Muhahahahahah! Pre Order the band’s upcoming record HERE.

RAVEN BLACK will also be joining up with STATIC-X, DOPE, and WEDNESDAY 13 on the second leg of the 20th Anniversary Wisconsin Death Trip Tour / Memorial to Wayne Static Tour beginning today in Austin, TX and wrapping up December 8 in Colorado Springs, CO.

“We are incredibly excited to also be performing on the second leg of the Static-X Wisconsin death trip 20th anniversary tour Featuring co-headliners Mushroomhead and Drowning Pool and support from + DOPE + & Wednesday 13!” – RAVEN BLACK

 

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Ozzy releases bad ass new song “Under The Graveyard”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 5:19 AM (PST)

Any morning when I can genuinely get goosebumps from “that Ozzy feeling” is a great day. I can truly say that hearing “Under The Graveyard” today had me shook and it was so awesome to get that stoked by a new Ozzy Osbourne tune to this degree for the first time in awhile. This is definitely my favorite song he has put out in some time and it was pretty thrilling to experience for the first time, the rush of nostalgia and love for metal’s king paired with the excitement of hearing something new and cool that could still hang beside past glories. Decide for yourself below.

If every song on the forthcoming 2020 release Ordinary Man is as good as this we are in really great shape, bat biters. No Zakk on this song but it does feature a crazy line up of producer/guitarist Andrew Watt, bassist Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses) and drummer Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers). Ozzy credits Andrew with giving him the strength to make an album and after a near decade of wanting some killer new solo Ozzy, we ought to be thankful. This shit is already better than the final Sabbath record, honestly.

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Sodom release new song ‘Down On Your Knees’ from latest EP

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, October 18, 2019 at 9:48 AM (PST)

German Thrash icons SODOM have released a new song today titled “Down On Your Knees,” and will release a new EP titled Out Of The Frontline Trench on November 22, 2019. The all-new effort will be available via Entertainment One (“eOne”) in North America and SPV/Steamhammer in Europe as CD DigiPak, vinyl, download, and stream.

Tom Angelripper says: “Postcards and letters from my granddad, which I discovered among the things he left behind when he died, and some TV documentaries have given me a vague idea of what it must have been like for soldiers back in those days to leave their trenches and face those life-threatening battles.”

The close relationship between a metal band and its fans can be measured by – among other things – how long they make their supporters wait for new songs. So looking at it from that perspective, Sodom is exemplary, seeing that they’ve always supplied their huge following with new material at regular intervals. The release of their current album Decision Day was followed – in time for their major European tour in December 2018 – by the EP Partisan.

Now the Gelsenkirchen thrash metal act, led by Tom Angelripper (vocals, bass), presents its generous side again. Before the work on their upcoming full length is set to begin, Sodom are ready to unleash their brand-new mini-album Out Of The Frontline Trench. Angelripper calls the recording “a sign of life for our fans.” Having recorded, together with his guitarists Frank Blackfire and Yorck Segatz plus drummer Husky, three new songs as well as two classics (one of them re-recorded, the other one live number), ‘Out Of The Frontline Trench’ forging an arch between (Sodom’s) past, present, and future.

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Alunah streams ‘Violet Hour’ at Metal Insider

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 4:13 PM (PST)

Respected underground doom rock unit Alunah will release its new LP, Violet Hour,  on October 11 via Heavy Psych Sounds (Nebula, Ecstatic Vision)- and Bandcamp HERE. Recorded at the historic Welsh Foel Studio (My Bloody Valentine, Godflesh) and produced by Chris Fielding (Conan, Electric Wizard, Primordial), the album’s eight tracks showcase a searing combination of strong melodies, righteous riffs and focused writing buttressed by the addition of new guitarist Dean Ashton (Diamond Head). In celebration, Metal Insider is streaming ‘Violet Hour’ in full ahead of its release, adding, “The group’s latest effort is promised to showcase a robust set of melodies filled with compelling riffs on all eight tracks”. Stream Alunah’s Violet Hour, in full, at this location.

Formed in 2006 in Birmingham “Sabbath City”, Britain’s home of metal, Alunah recently toured the UK as support for The Obsessed and will appear as one of the featured acts at the 2019 Damnation Festival alongside Alcest, Inter Arma and Opeth.

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