10:10 - Darth Satanious I am up for people covering songs and giving them a spin in style and sound BUT never fuck with the guitar solo. When a band changes the guitar solo that cover is ruined for me. Breaking the Law from Arch Enemy is an example.
08:27 - Darth Revan And the arch enemy song is a cover of breaking the law... If there's a song that should probably NOT be made heavier out there, it's breaking the law
08:07 - no one like the hypothermia Svarti Loghin split
The fans probably won't like it but the Germans War From A Harlots Mouth have announced that they are going into an indefinite hiatus at the end of the year. The decision comes out of frustration with the metal music scene. The group also confirmed some final shows. Voyeur, their latest release, came out last year and might be the last for a while.
German technical metallers War From A Harlots Mouth have recently released a brand new video for the song "Vertigo". The song appears on their latest creation Voyeur, which wasn't released that long ago last October. If you didn't check out the album yet, you can listen to "Vertigo" and see the video by ambitious.films below.
Voyeur, the brand new opus from War From A Harlots Mouth is currently streaming in its entirety at this location. Alternatively, you can listen to it in full on the Soundcloud player below (courtesy of Metal-Hammer.de). Voyeur will be released on October 19th and November 6th in Europe and North America respectively via Season Of Mist.
Technical metalcore act War From A Harlots Mouth has released another new track, "To The Villains", which is now available for streaming below. The song comes off the band's new and fourth album Voyeur, which will be released on October 19th and November 6th in Europe and North America respectively via Season Of Mist. More album details can be found at this location.
The tech metalcore quintet War From A Harlots Mouth has released their brand-new track "Scopophobia", which is now available for streaming exclusively at this location. The song will appear on the band's new and fourth album Voyeur, set to be released on October 19th and November 6th in Europe and North America respectively via Season Of Mist.
MMX, the forthcoming album from German metallers War From A Harlots Mouth, is available for streaming in its entirety at this location.
MMX is scheduled for release through Lifeforce Records on the following dates:
Oct. 29: Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Nov. 3: Sweden, Finland, Hungary
Nov. 1: Rest Of Europe
Nov. 9: North America
MMX cover art] tracklist:
02. To Age And Obsolete
03. The Increased Sensation Of Dullness
04. Sleep Is The Brother Of Death
05. The Polyglutamine Pact
06. Cancer Man
07. C.G.B. Spender
10. Recluse MMX
11. Inferno III/VI