Autopsy have been prolific in terms of new releases in the last few years since they reformed and this year is no exception. The group is set to return with a double-bill of unbridled horror this year on Peaceville Records, including their latest new material since last year's acclaimed opus, Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves. Commencing with After The Cutting on November 13th, this is a special limited release containing an expansive book penned by Dennis Dread recounting the careers of the gore legends, featuring unseen photos and exclusive artwork, accompanied by four discs brimmed full of classics, new tracks and previously unheard rarities from the band's own archive. This will be followed by Skull Grinder, containing 7 new tracks (also featured on After The Cutting) and releasing on vinyl to coincide with this year's Black Friday on November 27th.
Angra have a new video out. They are showcasing "Black Hearted Soul" which is the third single taken from their most recent album, Secret Garden. The clip was directed by Drico Mello and the footage is taken from their May 2015 Japanese tour. The band's guitarist Kiko Loureiro now has a new gig in Megadeth. As for Angra, the band will celebrate their 25th anniversary next year and film a DVD for the occasion.
Christian Mistress bring their brand of metal to the table with the release of a new song. The up-and-coming Portland band is soon releasing their third record, To Your Death, on September 18th via Relapse Records. "Neon" is the new taste of the music they have to offer. Don't forget to check it out below.
Norwegians Sjodogg released their latest album Ode To Obscurantism five years ago. However, there is a new album coming albeit not as soon as it was expected. According to the black metallers, there has been a slight delay in the release of their new album, Som en Øks i Hodet. They are in the process of making some minor adjustments to the sound production and remastering the album at the hands of Kjetil Ottersen.
Thy Catafalque have released today a teaser for the upcoming album Sgùrr, which already has a release date. Mark your calendars for October 16th. It will be out via Season Of Mist. You can have a little preview of the album on the trailer below. Did it whet your appetite?
Psygnosis has become an instrumental band since vocalist Yohan Oscar left the band last year. Cellist Raphaël Verguin has also been introduced to the band. Currently working on a new EP and a new album, the band just released a playthough video for the song "Drowning 2.0", an evolution of the monster of a song "Drowning" from their second album Human Be[ing]. Enjoy!
Still no news on Darkwater but the band's singer and guitarist Henrik Båth has a new band called Waken Eyes. This new all-start progressive metal band will release their debut album Exodus on October 30th in Europe and North America via Ulterium Records. The band includes bassist Mike Lepond and drummer Marco Minnemann. You can check out the album teaser below and see if you are interested.
It happened again. After their Utah show being stopped after a few songs, Motörhead's legendary frontman Lemmy Kilmister stopped the band's show in Austin, Texas last night again and admitted: "I can't do it." Motörhead had already cancelled their Riot Fest in Denver as well due to continued health issues of Lemmy Kilmister. At this point, it's fair to ask if it's healthy for Lemmy to even be playing live if he is not well. So far, things have not been going so well on their North American tour in support of Bad Magic.
Almost four years since their sophomore album Zone Of Alienation was released, Swedish metal band Steelwing are ready to return to the scene. Though still rooted in the traditional heavy metal their fans have come to expect, their coming new release has more than a few surprises in store. The album, aptly titled Reset, Reboot, Redeem is due for release on November 20th. The first song released on YouTube is the title track. Enjoy the intense speed metal onslaught now here.
The official lyric video for the song "The Stranger" from Operation: Mindcrime, the band led by former Queensrÿche frontman Geoff Tate, can be seen below. This is the third track released from Operation: Mindcrime's debut album, The Key, which will be released on September 18th via Frontiers Music Srl.
Bloodway, the current band of renowned Romanian graphic artist Costin Chioreanu, are set to release their debut full-length album, named Mapping The Moment With The Logic Of Dreams, on September 25th through I, Voidhanger Records. However, the album can already be streamed on I, Voidhanger's Bandcamp right here or through the SoundCloud player below. Give it a spin and tell us what you think about it!
U.S. funeral doom act Bell Witch has been confirmed as the final addition to this year's Dutch Doom Days XIV. The line-up is now complete for the Dutch festival taking place in Rotterdam. The band released a new album this year called Four Phantoms. So, it's the perfect time to present it.
After some silence from Polish black metal one-man band Elgibbor, finally the main man Fire (once interviewed by Metal Storm) has something new to share. The new song ''The Lamp'' which is the band's new single is now available online. You can stream the new track right here on their Bandcamp page.
W.A.S.P. are giving you another song to play with (listen to, that is) before they release their new album, Golgotha. "Scream" is the track you can hear on the lyric video available below, which is really an animated video. It's also the song that kicks off the long-running heavy metallers' musical offering that will be released via Napalm Records on October 2nd.
Extreme metallers Ævangelist's new album Enthrall To The Void Of Bliss will be released on October 9th, 2015 through 20 Buck Spin. Now it's time for new music. You can stream the new track "Levitating Stones" at this location or below as a foretaste. It's an 8-minute song. Enjoy and share your thoughts about it afterwards.