My homies Vattnet Viskar will unleash their highly anticipated new record Settler next month and the band has premiered a new track. This new track is titled “Yearn” and it is… It’s brilliant. Vattnet Viskar never half-ass anything and their music is always superb in every fashion. Check out “Yearn” after the jump if you know what’s good for you. Continue reading
After 14 years of inactivity, cult Swedish industrial black metal outfit Diabolicum will return this year with their third full-length album, Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows). The newly reformed misanthropes, who now feature Shining‘s Niklas Kvarforth in their ranks, will release the follow-up to 2001’s The Dark Blood Rising on July 7 via Code666 in special digipak CD format as well as limited edition double gatefold LP and deluxe limited leather box. The album will boast nine new tracks and will feature guest contributions from Malfeitor Fabban (Aborym) and Vargher (Naglfar, Bewitched, Ancient Wisdom). The album’s track listing can be found after the break.
Bay Area experimenters Mamaleek have premiered a new track from their up upcoming album, Via Dolorosa, over at Noisey. The new track is titled “Nothing But Loss” and it features misshapen psychedelic folk-like instrumentation turned on its head and accompanied by harsh, screamed vocals. The track is odd to say the least and that is a plus. Get weird at Noisey now.
Via Dolorosa will be released on May 26 via The Flenser. Pre-orders can be found here.
Now, I don’t want to be that guy, but I know the Vattnet Viskar dudes and love them to death. They are amazing dudes who craft unbelievable music and I am so stoked that they are getting the recognition that they deserve. The band are prepping for the release of their new album Settler and they have premiered the title track off of the album today. It’s an unmistakable track and it’s brilliant, so check it out below. Love. Continue reading
Have you, like me, been anxiously awaiting the arrival of avantblackmetallers Sigh‘s new record Graveward? Well, if you haven’t been, then you are wrong. That is all. Just wrong. Why are you wrong? Because Sigh have crafted some of the best and most interesting musical pieces of their career. I love Graveward and you should stop whatever menial task you’re currently involved in and check out the album below. Continue reading
I wasn’t even aware that Djevel was still around. I haven’t heard anything from the band in a good while and it’s about time we get some new tunes. If you’re not familiar, Djevel is comprised of members and former members of Koldbrann, Orcustus, Enslaved and Kvelertak. Their blackened madness is sick and twisted. It’s also amazing. Check out the bands new track “Saa Raa og Kald” below. You’ll love it. Continue reading
So, you’ve totally heard Brannthorde, right? Yeah, me neither. Not until right before this post anyway. The black metal act does however feature members of Der Weg Einer Freiheit and Fuck You And Die and they have crafted some pretty killer tunes. The band is currently streaming “Taufe In Feuer” and “Durch Das Finster” off of their new album Auf Teufel Komm Raus and you can hear them after the jump. Check it out. This shit is dope. Continue reading
Swedish one-man blackened doom outfit Total Negation have premiered a new track from the upcoming album Zeitzeuge, over at No Clean Singing. The new track is the over nine-minute “Fluechtling”, which features oppressive black metal nuances, towering dismal doom and plenty of icy, melodic interludes to offset the blasphemous heaviness. Check out the track for yourself at this location.
Zeitzeuge will be released on June 16 via Temple of Torturous.
US blackened death metal act Abyssal might provide us with the heaviest thing you will hear all day. Sickeningly heavy. The band are prepping the release of their new album Antikatastaseis and they have unloaded a beast today titled “I Am The Alpha And The Omega,” which you can currently hear after the jump. Definitely not for the feint of heart. This track is some serious business. Get blackened after the jump now. Continue reading
I’m always happy when my homies in Vattnet Viskar and I love their choices all around. From the music, to the art, it’s always great. Speaking of art, the band has released the album cover for their new record Settler, which currently holds a mid-June release date. The artwork doesn’t automatically scream post-blackened doom, but it is definitely intriguing. Check out the artwork at the top of this post and let us know what you think in the comments.