US tech death metal band Arsis has premiered their newest song online called "Unwelcome". The track is off of the same titled album which is set to be released this month on April 30th, via Nuclear Blast. The crushing track is available for streaming here and you can also download it by submitting your email address.
US death metal band Arsis has a new song streaming online and it is titled "Scornstar". The track is the first single released from their forthcoming album Unwelcome. The album is set to be released on April 30th via Nuclear Blast. The track "Scornstar" can be heard on the player below.
Arsis have finally started to put together the pieces for their new album Unwelcome, which now has a cover and tracklist, and you can judge both below. The artwork was handled once again by longtime collaborator Mark Riddick and the album will have 10 new tracks from the death metallers.
Arsis have announced Unwelcome as the title of their upcoming fifth full-length album. The follow-up to their 2010 release Starve For The Devil, will be released on April 30th, 2013 in North America via Nuclear Blast Records. The album was tracked at Audiohammer Studios in Florida with producer Mark Lewis (The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, DevilDriver, Deicide, Six Feet Under).
"Carve My Cross", the brand new video from tech death metallers Arsis, has premiered online and now you can watch it here. According to the band, this is their acting debut in their first narrative music video ever. The video was directed by David Brodsky.
Still no news about the release date for Arsis upcoming opus, Unwelcome. However, the band's new six-song EP, Lepers Caress, is now available for free download and streaming, as promised, at this location.
Arsis have teamed up with Scion AV to give fans a treat. You will be able to download a free EP, titled Lepers Caress, tomorrow, December 4th. For now, you can listen to the new song "Six Coffins Wide" exclusively over here. Unwelcome, the follow-up to 2010's Starve For The Devil, is tentatively due out next year.
Melodic tech-death metal masters Arsis have officially announced Brandon Ellis as their new guitarist. Brandon has toured with the band in the past but will make his recording debut with Arsis' upcoming full-length release. Brandon replaces guitarist Nick Cordle who was recently tapped to replace Christopher Amott in Arch Enemy.
US melodic tech-death metal masters Arsis have started recording their fifth full-length release. The album is being tracked at Audiohammer Studios in Florida with producer Mark Lewis (The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, Devildriver, Deicide, Six Feet Under). The follow-up to their 2010 release Starve For The Devil is tentatively scheduled for fall 2012 release via Nuclear Blast Records.
US death metallers Arsis have announced Shawn Priest as the full-time replacement for recently departed drummer Mike VanDyne. Priest, who has toured with Arsis in the past, will be behind the kit for the band's upcoming fifth studio album.
Priest commented: "After several major tours with Arsis since 2008, I am more than happy to take the position of full-time drummer. These guys have become some of my best friends and based on the new material we've been putting together, I think the new record will be one of the best and most extreme Arsis releases to date. Get stoked people."
As previously announced, Virginia-based melodic tech-death metal masters Arsis will be touring as part of the Frets Of Fury Tour this October without guitarist/vocalist Jim Malone. The band are excited to announce the very talented musicians filling in for Jim in his absence.
Norwegian black metal horde Throne Of Katarsis are planning to release their third album, Ved Graven, this autumn.
Ved Graven (fundamentally translated to "at the grave") is ultimately the darkest material written by the band since their inception in 2004. Cold and raw, and with the bizarre aura of an everlasting funeral, Throne of Katarsis recorded the seven rites of this album over three long nights, recording in total darkness. All instruments and vocals were recorded in a live séance in order to capture the aura the band creates during their convocations. Several guitar leads were added to this sinister mix, as well as an organ, recorded during a late night ceremony at a local church in Norway.
"October the 24th, a new Black Metal opus sees the darkness of the world. Cold, raw, and with the bizarre aura of an everlasting funeral, Throne Of Katarsis delivers their requiem in honor of the final darkness.
During three long nights the seven rites of this album was recorded. The séance was done in darkness and with poisoned minds, and with a dedication closer to a possession rather than anything else. All instruments and vocal were recorded live in the studio, in order to capture the aura the band creates during their convocations. A couple of guitar leads were added to the mix, and also church organ - recorded at nighttime at a local church during a highly blasphemic ceremony.