May God Damn All Of Us: THE SECRET Release New Music Video

The Secret, Italy’s ferocious dark hardcore act, released one of the most amazing, brutal albums of 2012 in the form of Agnus Dei. We have posted about the band’s unofficial and official music videos and I am here to let you know that this fantastic band has released another new music video for your viewing pleasure. This time around the band has released a live music video for their track “May God Damn All Of Us.” If you loved Agnus Dei as you should have, click on over after the jump and enjoy the new music video.       Continue reading

THE SECRET Release New Video For “Seven Billion Graves”

Italy’s premiere blackened hardcore band, The Secret, have partnered with Scion A/V to bring you a new music video for their song “Seven Billion Graves” from their most recent effort, Agnus Dei. The grainy, black and white video shows frame after frame of bleak landscapes and the ruins of civilizations of the past. The video is just as dark and depressing as the band’s music so it’s safe to say it’s a perfect fit. You can view the video at Invisible Oranges or feel free to check it out below.

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This Unoffical THE SECRET Music Video Is Pretty Killer

The SecretWhile sifting through the comments just now, I came across one from user Gertra that was simply a video. What was this video? It was what seemed to be a music video for The Secret‘s track “Daily Lies” which comes off their blistering 2012 release Agnus Dei. I watched the video and I was completely blown away.     Continue reading

God Damn Us All: THE SECRET Streaming New Album “Agnus Dei”

Italy’s most destructive force The Secret are currently streaming their fierce new album Agnus Dei over on CVLT Nation and I gotta say, this is an album that NEEDS to be heard. I’ve been listening to this album for a few weeks now and I will tell you that it is one of the best releases of the year. It’s a filthy work of art and you should all stop what you’re doing and listen to this beast. The album was released last week via Southern Lord Records. Check out a track below and stream the whole thing here. Enjoy. Continue reading

OCTOBER STAFF PICKS: Gnarly’s Three Albums To Ermergerd To

Whaddup, Aftermathletes? It’s been a while. Sure, I’ve been away for a little over a month, but best believe I have not given up music all together. No. Make that “hell no.” I have been rocking a lot of shit lately and I’m here to let you know whats up. This month I have been jamming some killer tunes. Let’s see what’s rocking, shall we? Continue reading

Review: THE SECRET-“Agnus Dei”

By Lane Oliver

2010’s breakout album, Solve et Coagula, opened many doors for Italy’s own crusty demolishers The Secret. That record went on to accumulate massive amounts of praise from music critics and fans alike. Now the sonically punishing quartet has announced the release of their blasphemous new record Agnus Dei; a record that is as huge as the Lamb of God himself.

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THE SECRET Announce New Album ‘Agnus Dei’

Everyone’s favorite crusty, spiteful Italian hardcore act, The Secret, have announced the release of their new record Agnus Dei (Latin for Lamb of God). The Kurt Ballou produced monstrosity will hit the shelves on October 23rd via Southern Lord. For those dying to get a taste of the aural nihilism, you can stream the murky black metal inspired title track below (courtesy of Brooklyn Vegan).

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THE SECRET Are Replacing TRAP THEM On European Tour

Wow. Is it just a day to talk about tours I will not be attending? Oh well. A while back, we talked about this tour with Toxic Holocaust, Trap Them, Kvelertak and Wolves Like Us. Well, now it appears that The Secret will be taking Trap Them’s place due to some unforeseen health issues. This is a bummer I think. I mean, either way this tour is going to kill. I would be biased either way because I love both of those bands equally. You can still check out the dates here. All the best goes to the members of Trap Them. I hope all is well.

~R. Gnarly//Grave Det Eller Dø.