Archive for February 14th, 2017


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Community Feed: Yellowcard’s final tour just happened, (their 4th stop in Sunny Singapore) and to be honest, this is more than just rocking out "one last time".To a lot of us around the world, Yellowcard was the soundtrack of our childhoods.

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Belgian Black metal band Saille just released the lyric video for new track “Benei ha’Elohim.” The song is taken from forthcoming album “Gnosis,” which will be released on March 17th via Code666. The band commented:

“The Benei ha’Elohim (translated: Sons of God) were a group of beings that descended from the Heavens to mate with the Daughters of Men and thereby defying the will of God. They gifted mankind with great knowledge, including that of crafts and magic, but their deeds resulted in the birth of the Nephilim, destructive giants that wreaked havoc upon the earth.”

1. Benei ha’Elohim
2. Pandaemonium Gathers
3. Blôt
4. Genesis 11:1-9 (streaming here)
5. Before the Crawling Chaos
6. Prometheus
7. Thou, My Maker
8. Magnum Opus
9. 1904 Era Vulgaris

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WTF?: "SYDNEY!"

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Today, Nuclear War Now! Productions announced April 15th as the international release date for Sangue’s debut recording, simply titled “Sangue.” The release shall be issued as a 7″ vinyl EP.

Charged with the restless emanations of the ancients, the first offering from Rome’s Sangue is pure Etruscan Death, covered in the dust and debris of civilizations long forgotten. Sangue’s approach harkens back to a time before there was a clear demarcation between death metal and black metal but transcends the usual combination of these genres that, by now, is often formulaic and predictable. In this way, Sangue’s approach is entirely modern, reflecting a new synthesis of the band’s stylistic antecedents such that, despite the band’s clear reverence for tradition, there emerges something unique and unorthodox in the final concoction that defies simple characterization or comparison.

The band’s performance on these tracks is primal, and the songwriting is austere and acute, shorn of all surplusage, making the record more engaging and complete. The production is superb for this style, with the instruments all woven together to create a cohesive core, and the vocals hanging hauntingly in the atmosphere. Sonically and conceptually, there is an atavistic element permeating Sangue’s music, evoking the rotten stench of the blood and waste of centuries past to channel sensations primitive and remote. The artwork for this EP is also notable in that it features work produced by three of the band members as well as cover art by Timo Ketola.

In the meantime, bear witness to to the first track to be revealed from Sangue, aptly titled “The Rite of Cosmic Void,” in the player below. The album artwork and track list can be found below:

1. The Rite of Cosmic Void
2. Il Sudore Delle Catacombe

Check out “The Rite of Cosmic Void” here:

Sangue by Sangue

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German metal act Stormage (f/k/a Anthem from 1996-2003) will issue the third full length album “Dead of Night” on March 24th via Massacre Records. As the first taste, the band issued “The Deadly Blow,” the new single and video clip.

“Dead of Night” was recorded recorded, mixed and mastered at Hardland Studio. The track listing is as follows:

1. Instinct to Defend
2. Anguish of Mind
3. Heretic Enemy
4. Prime of Life
5. Faithless God
6. In the Line of Fire
7. Drag You to Hell
8. Victims Eyes
9. The Deadly Blow
10. Borne the Agony

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Argentinian melodic power metal act Ariadna Project issued a new video clip for the song “Run Like The Wind.” The song appears on the latest album “Novus Mundus,” which was originally released back in June by the band independently and in the band’s native language. The band has re-recorded the album in English, which will be released by Sleaszy Rider Records this year.

“Novus Mundus” was produced by ex-Stratovarius guitarist Timo Tolkki and mixed by Santtu Lehtiniemi for Tolkki Studio in Helsinki, Finland. The album was mastered by Svante Forsbäck at Chartmakers Studios in Helsinki, Finland.

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Progressive sludge metal band Thera Roya is now streaming new album “Stone and Skin” online in full, which will be released worldwide on Friday. Check it out below.

Formed in 2012, Thera Roya has rapidly ascended the ranks of the underground metal world, becoming known for a grandiose sound and otherworldly soundscapes all steeped in the influence of Neurosis and Isis.

1. Saffron
2. Egypts Light
3. Dream of Arrakis
4. Hume & Ivey
5. Solitude
6. The Stream
7. Phaedrus Revealed

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Place Vendome – featuring ex-Helloween vocalist Michael Kiske – is streaming the title track to the new album “Close To The Sun,” which is expected on February 24th via Frontiers Music srl. Check it out in the player below. The song features a guest appearance by songwriter/guitarist/producer Simone Mularoni (DGM).

“Light Before the Dark” features a guest appearance from Michael Palace (Palace/Skylander). Other album guests include: Magnus Karlsson (Primal Fear) on the song “Falling Star”; Olaf Thorsen (Labyrinth/Vision Divine) and Fabio Lione (Vision Divine/Angra/Eternal Idol) on the songs “Helen” and “Riding the Ghost”; Simone Mularoni (DGM) on “Across the Times”; Alessandro Del Vecchio on the songs “Strong” and “Yesterday Is Gone”; Aldo Lonobile (Secret Sphere) on the songs “Distant Skies” and “Breathing”; Jani Liimatainen (Cain’s Offering/ex-Sonata Arctica) on “Welcome to the Edge”; and, Michael Palace (Palace/Skylander) on “Light Before the Dark.”

The track listing is as follows:

1. Close To The Sun
2. Welcome To The Edge (see lyric video here)
3. HereAfter (song streaming here)
4. Strong
5. Across The Times
6. Riding The Ghost
7. Light Before The Dark (song streaming here)
8. Falling Star
9. Breathing
10. Yesterday Is Gone
11. Helen
12. Distant Skies

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Gorguts’ celebrated Metalorgie Fest IV appearance at Le Ferrailleur in Nantes from 2016 is now being streamed via YouTube. This pro-shot show includes a full performance of the group’s latest EP “Pleiades’ Dust” (reviewed here) among other highlights.

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Disperse just premiered the new song “Bubbles” online, taken from forthcoming album “Foreword.” Regarding the song, Disperse comments:

“The track ‘Bubbles’ revolves around self-doubt. It deals with the negative strength of the limitations that we allow into our hearts, which leads to self-created dramas of unfulfilled dreams.”

Disperse’s new album “Foreword” will hit the streets on February 24th, featuring the following track listing:

1. Stay
2. Surrender
3. Bubbles
4. Tomorrow
5. Tether
6. Sleeping Ivy
7. Does It Matter How Far?
8. Foreword
9. Neon
10. Gabriel
11. Kites

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