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Iron Bonehead Productions has set April 21st as the international release date for Skelethal’s “Deathmanicvs Revelation.” The label also issued the following announcement: “Skelethal’s debut MLP, Deathmanicvs Revelation says everything it needs to in its title: absolute DEATH WORSHIP, wielding the metal of death like a scythe, an axe, and blunt hammer simultaneously, all in obeisance to occult forces beyond the mien of man. “At 22 lean, licentious minutes, Deathmanicvs Revelation allows this French duo to gallop forth into – and beyond – the realms of death, utilizing a morbid, miasmic thrust and an execution that sounds utterly possessed. “Despite their young years, Skelethal are well learned in the ancient ways of death metal, and the resultant sound across Deathmanicvs Revelation is not so much ‘old school’ nor ‘retro’ as it is simply respectful of its traditions, adding their own hideous flair to the form.” The track listing is as follows: 1

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Mexican traditional metal band Excellion has posted an official video for the track “Beyond the Last Thrust,” which is streaming below. The track comes from the La Paz band’s latest EP “Until Hope Collapses.” Tracking was done at DNZ Studio, the mixing performed by Herman Nunes at TRM LABS Studio, and the mastering by Ed Garnett at X3 Mastering Studio/Bajamuth Productions.

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Bindrune Recordings will release Nechochwen’s new six-song recording of ambient native American black metal “OtO” on vinyl LP format on July 31st . The rest is best left to the members of Nechochwen themselves:

The members of Nechochwen are proud to have our newest material released by Bindrune Recordings in the form of an LP titled “Oto”. Where previous releases have been rooted in the historic and ancient past, “Oto” focuses on the guidance our ancestors bring to us in modern times. The album title could be called ‘Ancestor’ in English.

Nechochwen:

We consider this third Nechochwen album to be a “double EP” with Side A taking an organic, acoustic route and Side B shifting to an aggressive metal assault. The focus of this album is quite simple: ancestral wisdom and Native tradition is relevant and important in our overly complex and distracting present world. Never has man been so disconnected from the very soil he walks on. Just as there are two sides to this LP, there are two sides to all of us. One is at peace with our surroundings and the other attempts to conquer them. This album is a tribute to the balanced, ancestral self.

Pohonasin:

“Oto,” in both conception and inception, is paradoxical in nature. It is the proverbial thread of the past thrust through the eye of the needle that is what we call the present day; a musical time machine that seamlessly shifts between two worlds that could be considered equally shrouded in obscurity. Visually, the title “O+O” invokes a sense of symmetry. Like a human face, it looks equal on both sides. But upon closer inspection, symmetry is but an illusion. Each side holds its own discerning features. Such is the case with this volume of Nechochwen. Two distinctly different notes of the same chord, embraced in a confluence of harmony.

You can stream “OtO” in its entirety over at Bandcamp or below in the player.

OtO by Nechochwen

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Thrust Management is stoked to announce the “inVogue Records Tour” presented by Rise To Glory Clothing. The tour will feature: Another Hero Dies, Sleep City, As Artifacts, Royal, Get Up…

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Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner has argued that the “voice of a generation” tag thrust on his shoulders early in the band’s career was wide of the mark.

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