"Delirium", a brand-new track from UK metalcore act Malefice has been made available for streaming over at Metal-Hammer.de.
Another new track, called "Awaken the Tides" is available for streaming over at this location.
"Delirium" and "Awaken the Tides" come off the band's upcoming new album, entitled Awaken the Tides, which will be released in Europe on July 15th, in the UK on July 18th, and in North America on August 2nd through Metal Blade Records
Awaken the Tides tracklist:
01. Awaken The Tides
03. Dead In The Water
05. Baying For Blood
07. The Day The Sky Fell
08. Out Numbered Out Gunned
09. Flood Of Red
Lazarus A.D. are set to hit the road on the band's first headlining tour with the band taking on local support at each stop.
The No Prisoners No Mercy Tour takes the band through NYC, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Baltimore, and more on this 14 date run kicking off in Rochester, NY on July 22.
Vocalist Jeff Paulick comments: "Heading back out on the road, finally we are headlining. Are we big enough to headline who knows and who the fuck cares. We finally get a chance to play all the songs we have wanted to play for a long time. This isn't going to be some shit ass 20 minute set you can count on it. See you all at the show we can't wait to party with everyone on the road."
"The Blackmobile", a brand-new track from Norway's ICS Vortex can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
ICS Vortex, former Dimmu Borgir and current Borknagar/Arcturus member, comments on the track: "This song was written way back when I still felt black metal was dangerous. Now, totally untrue to all that, it's a tribute to the only beast I ever loved."
"No Funeral" comes off the band's upcoming debut album, entitled Storm Seeker, which will be released in Europe on August 22nd and in North America on August 23rd through Century Media Records.
More info about the band was previously reported over here.
The re-issue of General Surgery's 1991 debut EP Necrology is currently streaming in its entirety at this location.
General Surgery, one of the first bands to carry on along Carcass's gore-grind path, has had its long-out-print EP has been completely remastered by Scott Hull and repackaged with three previously unreleased bonus tracks.
The Necrology re-issue saw its North American release on June 21st, on CD and digitally via Relapse Records
01. Ominous Lamentation
02. Slithering Maceration Of Ulcerous Facial Tissue
03. Grotesque Laceration Of Mortified Flesh
04. Severe Catatonia In Pathology
05. Crimson Concerto
06.The Succulent Aftermath Of A Subdural Haemorrhage
A teaser for Sandstorm, the brand-new single by Canadian tech progressive death metal band Into Eternity, can now be streamed in the clip below. The song also features a guest appearance by former Into Eternity vocalist Rob Doherty.
"Sandstorm" is the title track off the band's upcoming new single, which is set to be released on iTunes later this month through Century Media.
Into Eternity are busy writing new material for the follow-up to 2008's The Incurable Tragedy.
Rammstein recently announced the first string of dates for the European Made in Germany 1995-2011 Tour, taking place later this year. The band has now announced a second batch of dates for spring 2012. Get those dates below.
General ticket pre-sale starts Friday, 08 July 2011.
Rammstein will be bringing the essence of 16 years to the stage with a completely new show. A retrospective album called Made In Germany 1995-2011 will be released somewhere in autumn. The package will feature 20 Rammstein original bests, including one new track, as well as the entire video catalog for the first time on CD/DVD.
German folk-influenced melodic death metal trio Suidakra will re-release The Arcanum, originally released in 2000. The album will feature three extra bonus cover tracks and a re-worked booklet design, done by Kris Verwimp. The Arcanum 2011 is set to be released on June 29th through AFM Records.
Canadian extreme metallers Kataklysm will headline the Hatefest 2011 European tour in December.
Support on the trek will come from Triptykon, Marduk, Milking The Goatmachine and two more "special guests" who have not yet been announced. Dates for the tour, starting in December, can be found after the jump.
Worship Music, the long-overdue new album from Anthrax will be released on September 13th through Megaforce Records (one day earlier internationally through Nuclear Blast Records).
Worship Music marks the band's first proper studio release in eight years and was originally supposed to be released in 2009 as the debut of singer Dan Nelson. Instead, the album now marks the first new Anthrax record to feature vocalist Joey Belladonna in 20 years.
A brand-new track, called "Fight 'Em 'Til You Can't", is still available for streaming over here.
Guitarist Scott Ian recently tweeted: "Worship Music is finished. I just listened to it LOUD in sequence. Our 10th studio record is fucking killer. Sept 13 my friends. Cheers!"
Swedish industrial death metal band The Project Hate MCMXCIX are back in the studio, working on the follow-up to 2010's Bleeding The New Apocalypse (Cum Victriciis In Manibus Armis).
Frontman Lord K. Philipson comments: "Yes, after a few weeks of work the first tune for the next album is completed (meaning I will add tons and tons of small stuff as we go along, but the "real" work is done). I am not going to give away any details but there sure is some stuff in this one that you don't really expect when it comes to TPH, and that says quite a bit.
At the moment the inspiration is flowing endlessly and I have so much stuff to work into songs. Be sure you won't see any 3-minute hits this time either. More like a bunch of 10+ minutes hits, haha... Anyways, this will be a long process before we are ready to record the next masterpiece, but I thought it'd be nice to inform you about everything as we go along - no matter how long it takes.
Ikuinen Kaamos, the progressive death metal act from Finland that recently parted ways with their vocalist, are now going on an indefinite hiatus.
Comments founding member Jarno Ruuskanen: "The bad news just keeps piling up. Ikuinen Kaamos is taking an undetermined hiatus as a band. I'm facing personal difficulties and I've got no strength left to continue with the band full-time. I will however continue to write music for the band and I promise that Ikuinen Kaamos will be back stronger than ever. I would like say thank you to all of you guys."
Polish blackened death metal quartet Behemoth are back in full force and ready to take the stage again! For the first time since Nergal's hospital visit back in 2010, the band is rehearsing together again for the upcoming Phoenix Rising Tour, taking place in October.
Frontman Nergal comments: "Sooo, first rehearsals after the transplant are under our belts! I didn't want to get overexcited at first, just wanted to see how things would go, but I have to tell you... the second rehearsal we fuckin' nailed "Ov Fire And The Void", "Lucifer", "Conquer All" or "Antichristian Phenomenon" flawlessly! One of us even asked: "Did we really take a year off from each other?" Haha... it was good times in great company! But the biggest surprise were the songs we NEVER played live ever and planning to do on the upcoming "Phoenix Rising Tour". I won't reveal any names yet, let it be a mystery til we hit the stage, all right?"
Swedish black metal band Dark Funeral are proud to introduce Steve "Nachtgarm" Marbs as the new vocalist of the band.
Dark Funeral guitarist Lord Ahriman had the following to say: "I must admit that it surely was not an easy task to find a worthy replacement for Emperor Magus Caligula, who has been doing an amazing job for Dark Funeral during the past 15 years. He has not only been "the vocalist" for the band, but also a very good friend of mine and he always will be!
Anyway, 10 months of intense search worldwide have finally given result. And I'm very proud to announce and welcome Steve "Nachtgarm" Marbs (Negator) to the horde.
I think, I can speak for everyone in the band and say that besides completely knocking us down with the strength of his vocals and wide register, what truly blew us away was his presence, energy and the amazing spirit he showed during the final audition. He just came into the rehearsal room, found and took his rightful spot. And then just set the whole place on hellfire!