Italian death metal/deathcore outfit The Juliet Massacre have premiered their forthcoming album, Human Abuse, over at Metal Underground. The album will officially be released next Tuesday, May 26, and can be purchased at this location. Vocalist Antomega offered the following comments on the record:
“Its long gestation period has meant that the successor to ‘Pray for an Afterlife’ appears to be faster, more brutal, more intense, but also more deep. We have written about how much the mankind likes to abuse and destroy everything, even itself, and how all this is leading us to an inevitable collapse. These are all tangible things that each of us savor every day and against which ordinary people can do little or nothing. ‘Human Abuse’ can be considered as an anthem to what actually the mankind should never be. We are totally convinced that this new work will satisfy all fans of the genre and, in some way, will satisfy even the most discerning ears”
Head over to Metal Underground to stream the record now.
Italian death metal/deathcore outfit The Big Jazz Duo have premiered their forthcoming debut full-length, Enemy, over at The Circle Pit. The record will officially be out next Thursday, May 21, via Fire Was Born Records and can be purchased here. The album features all of the gore-splattered riffs, spine-crushing breakdowns and blood-curdling squeals you can handle. Check it out at The Circle Pit now and check out the video for “Haunted” below.
Deathcore act Lorna Shore have released a music video for their track “Grimoire,” which comes off of the bands forthcoming debut LP Psalms. The music video is pretty cool. Nothing new, but enough to hold my attention. I’ve really been digging what I have heard off of this album so far and I’m interested in hearing the rest of it. Lorna Shore are one of the better deathcore bands in the scene today. Check out the bands new video below. Continue reading
Oceano, fresh off the release of their most recent album Ascendants, have released a music video for their new track “The Taken.” I think this album was a definite step forward for Oceano and I think this video is pretty cool as well. You can check out the video for “The Taken” after the jump and be sure to check out the full album, which is available now through Earache Records. Continue reading
Lorna Shore, who are one of those awesome deathcore bands who are just doing it right, are plotting the release of their new album Psalms this summer. The band’s last record Maleficium was phenomenal and I can’t wait to see what they pull off on their newest outing. As of now, we have the artwork, release date and track listing for the album. You can see the artwork at the top of the post and the rest of the information after the jump. Continue reading
Veil of Maya are one of those bands that I only came to like in the last few years. The band never interested me before their album Eclipse. That album is fucking phenomenal and I have been seriously looking forward the checking out some of the bands new material. The band has release a new track titled “Teleute” and it’s pretty badass. I can’t wait to check out the rest of Veil Of Maya‘s new record Matriarch. Check out “Teleute” down here. Continue reading
Next week Oceano will release their new album Ascendants, which some people are having trouble digesting. I didn’t used to like this band whatsoever, but I feel they have somewhat matured over the years. I think they are becoming a competent band, just as long as they continue to progress and improve. Well, the bands new record Ascendants shows quite a bit of improvement, if I do say so myself. Check out the album below and see if you agree with me about Oceano. Continue reading
Deathcore powerhouse Oceano will unleash their new album Ascendants next month and the band has released their latest track from said album. This track is titled “Transient Gateways” and, if you know Oceano, you know what you’re in for. It’s loud, heavy-hitting and groovy. Check out the track after the jump and see if you tickles you. Continue reading
I almost missed the news that Sworn In would be releasing a new album in April titled The Lovers/The Devil. I passed over it a few times before actually noticing it and I’m glad I did. I have an odd fascination with Sworn In and I enjoy their music, so learning of the bands impending release was exciting. On top of the album news, apparently I did miss the band releasing a new track titled “Sunshine” last week, so I’m including that below as well as the information about The Lovers/The Devil. Continue reading
Remember that band Traitors I talked about last month? Well, the band has made it’s way back onto my radar and have released a new music video. The video is for the title track off of the bands new album and it’s pretty cool. I’m not totally into the video, but the song is fucking crushing. Check out the video below. Continue reading