Good news for Melechesh enthusiasts today because you get to listen to their entire new album Enki online. As of now, you can enjoy their new opus in its entirety, which is available for your listening pleasure (or displeasure) through YouTube. So, make the best of it while you can. Clocking at a little over one hour, the opus follows The Epigenesis. What are your thoughts on the album? Share your impressions!
Today you can listen to another new song from Israel's Melechesh from Enki, that's their new album. You can enjoy the new track on the official lyric video for the song "Lost Tribes" featuring none other than Max Cavalera (Soulfly, Killer Be Killed) on guest vocals. Turn up the volume and listen to the track here!
Are you ready to hear some new Melechesh music? Well, they just premiered a lyric video for the track "Multiple Truths" off of the band's upcoming album, Enki. The lyric video was produced by artist and director Tommy Antonini. Fans had to wait a few years for the successor to The Epigenesis. Tell us if you like the new song after you stream it below.
Mere days after they announced the first details of their new album, Melechesh have now revealed the cover art for the band's impending studio album, Enki. Furthermore, due to unforeseen productional issues, the release of Enki had to be pushed to February 27th (Europe), March 2nd (UK) and March 10th (US), 2015 through Nuclear Blast Records. Take a look at the intricate artwork now.
Five years and several line-up changes later, Israel's own Melechesh are finally releasing their new album. Titled Enki, the follow-up to The Epigenesis now has an official release date. Nuclear Blast will release it on February 6th (Europe), February 9th (UK) and February 10th (US), 2015. You can check out the album's tracklist below. Do you have high hopes for the new record?
Melechesh have recently updated on their new album. The band is currently in Athens, Greece recording their 6th full-length album tentatively entitled Enki to be released worldwide via Nuclear Blast. The release date is yet to be confirmed at this point. The black metallers will spend the next six weeks in Athens recording the new album. They also took the opportunity to clarify some things about their line-up.
After parting ways with long time guitarist Moloch and drummer Xul last summer, Mesopotamian kings of blackened thrash metal Melechesh, have announced the addition of drummer Sasha "Sin" Horn (photo below) to the group ranks. Melechesh are currently writing new material for their upcoming sixth studio album.
Mesopotamian black/thrash pioneers Melechesh have announced that they are working hard on pre-productions for the band's upcoming new album, the successor to The Epigenesis (2010). Furthermore the band also parted ways with long time guitarist and close friend Moloch and drummer Xul.
Black metallers Melechesh will be returning to North America this June for a headlining tour in support of their fifth studio album The Epigenesis. Support will come from Norway's Vreid and two bands from Los Angeles: Lightning Swords Of Death and Reign Of Lies. Additional dates will be announced soon but you can check out the shows confirmed so far below.
Greek symphonic metal demons Septicflesh have announced North American shows as part of their Conquerors Of The World Tour this October. The band will share the stage with fellow label mates Inquisition, as well as Krisiun, Melechesh and Ex Deo in what promises to be a brutal assault, which begins on October 12th in Toronto, Canada. The dates can be found below and more will be announced soon.
Israeli melodic black/folk metallers Melechesh have announced the release of an exclusive digital EP entitled Mystics Of The Pillar II on April 27th in Europe and May 1st in North America via Nuclear Blast.
Sumerian black metallers Melechesh have just returned from the Lux Mundi Europe Tour as special guests of label mates Samael. Mastermind, vocalist and guitarist Ashmedi offers the following positive summary: "So far we have completed our fourth tour, plus a festival run in support of The Epigenesis album. Yet we still have some more gigs to announce."
Due to a last-minute withdrawal of Septicflesh (due to a tour schedule conflict), Sumerian thrashing black metallers Melechesh have been confirmed as the support act on the upcoming Lux Mundi European Tour of Swiss industrial metallers Samael
Melechesh will now share the so-called direct support rotating slot with Norwegian black metal act Keep Of Kalessin.
Septicflesh in their turn have been added as the second special guest on Amon Amarth's Surtur Rising European Tour, which already features As I Lay Dying. Get those dates again here.
Find an updated list of dates and a tour trailer after the jump.