Death metal destroyers Kataklysm recently released their new album Waiting For The End To Come and they have now released a lyric video for the albums opening track. I have loved Kataklysm for a long time now and this album sounds amazing to me. I Check out the radical lyric video for “Fire” after the jump. It’ll kick you in th’ nuts. Continue reading »
Late last month Lane posted about Sepultura streaming their new album The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart, which is pretty fantastic. Well, that was then, this is now. The band has just unleashed their amazing new video for the track “The Vatican.” I won’t spoil much for you but I will say this: Naked women and the cocaine priest. That is all. Click on over after the jump to check out “The Vatican.” Continue reading »
I don’t know if anyone else had to Google to term “Zochrot” after listening to the rad new Carcass jam by the same name, but I did. I had no idea what it meant, but apparently it is an Israeli non-profit organization that promotes awareness of the Nakba. What is the Nakba? It was the 1948 Palestinian expulsion of over 700,000 Palestinians from their homes.
Well, that took some time and I listened to the new Carcass B-Side (which is available via Decibel Magazine Flexi Disc) twice just looking into the subject. I guess that means it’s a really killer track. You can stream the track below and see if you’re feeling it. Also be sure to check out Lane’s review of the album here. Continue reading »
Legendary black metal behemoths Satyricon have returned for the release of their eighth studio album Satyricon, which is due out next week through Nuclear Blast Records. The album was up to stream on Metalhammer, but for some reason there is an issue making it impossible to stream the album in most countries and Satyricon, you can check out the bands newly released lyric video for the track “Our World, It Rumbles Tonight” after the jump. I’m going to have to give this album a few spins before I decide if I’m into it or not. At this stage, it’s kinda weird. Anyway, here’s the track: Continue reading »
Fleshgod Apocalypse are back and they are sounding fantastic. The band previously released their new track “Elegy” and now they are back with the Titan-sized track “Minotaur (The Wrath of Poseidon).” If this song does anything for you it should excite you for Fleshgod Apocalypse‘s new album Labyrinth which is due out on August 16th via Nuclear Blast Records. Check out the lyric video for this monster of a track below. Continue reading »
Legendary Long Island death metal band Suffocation have made a track off their upcoming Nuclear Blast records release available for streaming via Soundcloud. The four-minute track is classic suffocation and almost leaves you forgetting that the groups long time drummer, Mike Smith, is no longer with the band.
Given that I have been pretty much over death metal lately, I am surprised at how much this track is resonating with me. I must say that the song is perfectly titled, probably due to the bangover that these killer riffs induced. Check out the track below and get ready for the fury that will be unleashed onto us later this year! Continue reading »
I’m a little behind on my posting about music videos lately. So let’s just hop right into this one, eh? The two videos I’m talking about in this post are the new one from Fleshgod Apocalypse and Arsis. I really enjoy bands making good music videos that are enjoyable to watch. Especially if the tracks they are going with are top-notch tracks. Let’s start with Fleshgod Apocalypse, who have released an… Interesting video for their track “The Forsaking.” Continue reading »
Legendary New York death metallers Suffocation have been prepping the release of their new full-length Pinnacle of Bedlam, which is due out on February 15th via Nuclear Blast Records, and now the band has unleashed a relentless new track titled “Grace Descends” and I will already say that if this track is any indication as to how this album will sound, I already like this better than 2009′s Blood Oath. You can stream “Grace Descends” after the jump and see the spectacular album art at the top of this post. Continue reading »
As you should know, Nile released At The Gates Of Sethu back in June on Nuclear Blast and they have just released a new music video for the albums opener “Enduring the Eternal Molestation of Flame.” I have to agree with Nayon at HBIH, this is by far the best Nile video I have seen. It’s very well shot, jumping between performance footage and ritualistic sacrifice, this video is top-notch. According to Nayon, this song was written without time signatures which makes this track pretty tricky. Interesting. Check out the video after the jump and get your Egypt on or something. Continue reading »
I am fucking pumped for the new Testament album Dark Roots Of Earth which will be released tomorrow via Nuclear Blast Records. The albums anthem “Native Blood” has been in constant rotation for me lately and I was pleased to learn that the band had released a music video for the track today. The video tells the story of a Native American boy who, while growing up and dealing with oppression, learns to celebrate and take pride in his heritage. It’s great video for a killer song. Testament remain one of the best thrash bands in existence. Check out the video below and leave your feedback in the comments section.
This is seriously my favorite music video ever. I mean, an animated Municipal Waste fucking shit up and wreaking havoc, what else can you ask for? This track rips and the video only accelerates it’s gnarliness.
I have no fucking idea what else I can say to entice you to check out the video, so just watch it. Municipal Waste have three albums out this year; full-length The Fatal Feast, split with Toxic Holocaust (download here and the Scion AV-released Municipal Waste EP (download here). Get at ‘em! Thrash beyond death!
Standing tall as one of my favorite thrash bands ever, Testament have released a new track off of their forthcoming tenth album Dark Roots Of Earth. This is the first track to be released from the album, which is due out on July 31st via Nuclear Blast Records. This track is a pure fucking shredder and I absolutely love it. If this track is any indication of how the rest of Dark Roots Of Earth will sound, you can bet your denim vest that this album will destroy you. Check out the new track “True American Hate” below.
Above you can view the newly-released lyrics video for Nile‘s new song, the first single from their upcoming album At The Gate Of Sethu, “The Fiends Who Come To Steal The Magick Of The Deceased.” This track is pretty killer and I am stoked to hear this new album from a band I have loved for a long time. I was obsessed with Egyptian Mythology as a child, so when I found Nile, it was like love a la death metal. Check out the video and let us know what you think in the comments. At The Gates Of Sethu will be released on July 3rd via Nuclear Blast.
A few days ago Lane posted about the details concerning the new Nile album and now we have a new track to go along with it. This new track, “The Fiends Who Come To Steal The Magick Of The Deceased” is fucking phenomenal. I mean, did you expect a new Nile song to be terrible? If so, think again.This track is currently streaming over at Noisecreep and it is just waiting to burrow into your ear canal like a scarab. Go forth and get your face fucked. At The Gate Of Sethu will be released on June 29th via Nuclear Blast Records.
Fucking Nile. You gotta fucking love Nile, amirite? They are a more-than-technically-proficient band and their music never fucking disappoints. I am a huge fan of the bands past material, in particular Those Whom The Gods Detest, which I have been listening to a lot lately. I, like many other death metal fanatics, have been patiently awaiting the coming of Nile‘s next great release and although the EP that the band released last year was good, it didn’t tide me over, you know what I mean? Well, we are getting a little closer to The Gates Of Sethu, which will drop on July 3rd via Nuclear Blast Records.The album art (see above) is extremely promising and I am 100% sure I will be pleased with the album unless Nile takes a turn for the Morbid Angel if you know what I mean. Get pumped.