World-renowned act Bloodbath will release Grand Morbid Funeral, their first with new vocalist Nick Holmes (Paradise Lost), next month and they have unleashed a beast of a track in the form of a lyric video for their song “Famine Of God’s World.” This track is heavy, vicious and stupendous, so if you’ve got the time… Fuck it, even if you don’t have the time, stream this bitch. Enjoy. Continue reading
Blackened death metal outfit Sahhr have premiered a new track from their forthcoming self-titled EP over at Metal Insider. The new track is entitled “Miscreant”, which opens up with blistering black metal fury before launching into a metalcore-esque section and back again. It’s heavy, as one can imagine. Head over to Metal Insider to check it out now.
Sahhr will be released on October 31st via Domestic Genocide. Pre-orders can be placed here.
Revocation have unleashed “Labyrinth Of Eyes”, the third single from the group’s upcoming fifth LP and Metal Blade Records debut, Deathless. Taking a retreat from the brutality of the two prior singles, “Madness Opus” and “Deathless”, “Labyrinth Of Eyes” is a mid-paced, technical and rather notey number, invoking Cynic-ian overtones whilst still maintaining the darker feel of the new album. Check out “Labyrinth Of Eyes” via Invisible Oranges here and pre-order Deathless out next Tuesday via Metal Blade Records here. Catch Revocation supporting Deathless now on the remaining dates of their current tour run with the legendary Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse and later on their European run with Cannibal Corpse and Aeon and even later on their Australian run with Thy Art Is Murder, full details below. Continue reading
Audio terrorists Full Of Hell have released a video for “Blue Litmus”, the second single off of the group’s November 25th expected collaboration LP with renowned noise artist Merzbow, Full Of Hell & Merzbow. Directed by Jim Thayne, the video features live footage of the band interspersed with graphic videos of deaths, immolation and suicides blasted by a projector. Musically, the track unveils a further glimpse into the more apparent death metal/grind direction of the record, with a welcome change being a greater clarity for the basswork of Brandon Brown. Check out “Blue Litmus” below and look out for pre-orders (of which the first 100 will receive an exclusive noise tape compiling all of Full of Hell’s noise work in addition to extras) for Full Of Hell & Merzbow, set to start sometime this week via Profound Lore Records. A vinyl edition of the LP is due for release by A389 Recordings early 2015. In addition, be sure to catch Full Of Hell on their upcoming Fall run with Weedeater and Lazer/Wulf, details here.
Californian death metal outfit Annihilated have premiered another new track from their forthcoming album, XIII Steps To Ruination, over at Metal Assault. The new track is entitled “Eradication Profits”, and just like the previously released title track, it will completely bowl you over. Get your daily flesh-shredding death metal fix over at Metal Assault now.
XIII Steps To Ruination will be released on October 28th in North America, October 31st in Europe and November 2nd in the U.K, Pre-orders can be placed here.
Finnish death metallers Decaying have premiered a new track from their forthcoming fourth full length record, One To Conquer, over at No Clean Singing. The new track is entitled “Zero Hour” and it is full of old-school, hammering death metal riffs that never cease their brutality or their infectiousness. Head over to No Clean Singing to stream the track now.
One To Conquer will be released on November 4th via Hellthrasher Productions. The album’s title track can be streamed after the break below.
Harm’s Way most recently released their Blinded EP on Deathwish Inc. in 2013, the first release with the label since their contract signing earlier that year.
The finest, cerebral, contorted guitar playing I have seen has come from the hands of The Nautilus’ Ross Albrecht.The Nautilus bind the fluid propulsive rhythm of The Black Dahlia Murder and supplement it with Gojira-esque melodies. Also, add the finest British Columbian weed with overt Canadian thrash influences and you would have the slightest hint of what they sound like.
Having shared the stage with bands like Tesseract, Cloudkicker, The Ocean, Mouth of The Architect, and Intronaut, the band should have not been too surprised to see their debut EP being raved about by MetalSucks via their “Unsigned and Unholy”posts. Ross gives us a briefing on the Vancouver band.
Audio terrorists Full Of Hell will be hitting the road for two weeks later this November, supporting stoner doom fiends Weedeater alongside prog metal act Lazer/Wulf. Peep the full details below and be sure to look out for Full Of Hell’s upcoming third LP and collaborative album with acclaimed noise artist Merzbow, Full Of Hell & Merzbow, everywhere November 25th on CD via Profound Lore Records. A vinyl release for the record is due at a later date via A389 Recordings. Continue reading
Californian death metal trio Annihilated (Abysmal Dawn, etc) have premiered the official lyric video to the title track of their forthcoming debut full length, XIII Steps To Ruination, over at Revolver. The video, which is rife with social commentary, is set to one bludgeoning and unapologetic death metal jam. The whole track hits like freight trains colliding with one another. You can check out the video/track after the break.
XIII: Steps To Ruination will be released through Unique Records on October 28th (North America), October 31st (Europe) and November 3rd (UK). Pre-orders can be placed here.
Who wants to get a brutal beatdown first thing in the morning? Yeah, me too. So where to turn? With a world full of music, what’s the heaviest thing to kick start your Friday? How about a new track from Internal Bleeding? Trust me, this is where you want to start. The band is currently streaming a vicious new track titled “Placate The Ancients” which comes off of their forthcoming album Imperium. Check out the track below, courtesy of CVLT Nation. Continue reading
How do you love your funeral doom? Crushing and loaded down with filth and depravity? Great! Me too! So we agree that Usnea is a phenomenal act and we can’t wait to hear their forthcoming full-length which will see release through Relapse Records in November? I know! Me too! Usnea has unleashed one hell of an earth-smasher in the form of “Healing Through Death.” At over 14 minutes, this track is a fucking beast. You can stream the song after the jump and let your day get a bit dimmer. GET SOME. Continue reading
Entombed A.D. AKA Entombed Reprise released the rad album Back To The Front last month and now the band has released a music video for their song “Kill To Live.” The video was shot live at Party-San Open Air and it’s pretty cool. I’ve gotten a little meh about live videos, but some of them poke my fancy. I like this album and the video is pretty cool as well. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading
Cannibal Corpse, as I’ve stated in the past, is my favorite band of all time. I love all of their albums and each and every music video. Well, the band recently released their fantastic new album A Skeletal Domain and have quickly followed it with their b-movie zombie-slaying music video for “Kill Or Become.” I love this track and the video is great. Check it out after the jump or fuck off. Continue reading
Revocation are back with the second in a series of behind the scenes features for their upcoming Metal Blade Records debut, Deathless, due out the 14th of October. The video continues the one-on-one interview format of the first entry, this time giving further insight into the meaning of the title track as well as the band’s decision to record with Zeuss of Planet Z Studios (Arsis, The Red Chord, Crowbar). Peep the teaser above and be sure to catch Revocation on one of their upcoming tours (US with Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse, Europe with death metal peers Cannibal Corpse and Aeon and Australia with Thy Art Is Murder). Deathless comes out the 14th Of October. Pre-order it on CD and vinyl via Metal Blade here.