Having recently released a new album, The Concrete Confessional, Hatebreed continue to promote it now with a new music video. The Connecticut hardcore unit made a video for the track "Something's Off" and the clip was directed by David Broadsky. Check it out. You can catch Hatebreed live on the upcoming The Concrete Confessional North American Tour 2016 with DevilDriver, Devil You Know in September/October.
Goatwhore will return to the U.S. tour circuit this fall on a short run of live shows prior to and following their Ozzfest appearance in San Bernardino, California on September 24th. The trek will commence on September 16th and rupture fifteen stages through October 1st. Support will be provided by The Blood Royale on select dates. The band's latest U.S. journey will follow a two-week trek in Europe, set to kick off next month. For now, there is no word on the follow-up to Constricting Rage Of The Merciless (2014).
The short-lived Newsted project might be over but American bass player Jason Newsted (ex-Metallica, Voivod, Flotsam And Jetsam) is launching a new acoustic project called Would And Steal with Rob Tucker. Stay tuned for more news about that coming soon but he has debuted the new acoustic duo Would And Steal at Mighty Fine Guitars in California. You can watch that performance here. Jason Newsted plays guitar.
Up-and-coming blues rockers Blues Pills have released another brand new song called "Little Boy Preacher" off their upcoming second album, Lady In Gold (out this August 5th via Nuclear Blast). You can now watch the lyric video by editor extraordinaire Tommy Antonini here and enjoy the music.
In The Woods... have shared another new song! The band is releasing its first new album in seventeen years and now premiered a video for the single "Blue Oceans Rise (Like A War)". The track will appear on the Norwegian band's forthcoming opus titled Pure which will see the light of day on September 16th. Check out the video below. Do you like the new songs released from the album so far?
Korn fans are in for a treat today because the band has just premiered new music off their new album. Three years after The Paradigm Shift, the U.S. metal group will unleash The Serenity Of Suffering on October 21st on Roadrunner Records! While it is still a few months away, they have also premiered the new track "Rotting In Vain" to whet your appetite. The clip stars 'Sons of Anarchy' actor Tommy Flanagan. How do you like the new song and video?
Having just released their newest record, Delirium, last May, Lacuna Coil have now launched a dark video for its title track. The Italian metallers have two tours planned for the next few months, including an Australian tour in October and a European tour following that. For now, you can enjoy "Delirium" here.
Iceland's own Skálmöld are back with a new album! The Reykjavik-based folk metallers released the album Með Vættum in 2014 and will bring another Viking soundtrack this September 30th via Napalm Records. The new opus is called Vögguvísur Yggdrasils (Lullabies of Yggdrasils) and features 9 lullabies, one from each of the Nine Worlds of the heathen cosmology. The cover art was made by Kristjan Lyngmo. Check out the cover artwork and tracklist, which includes several covers.
The journey of Black Shape Of Nexus is coming to an end. The band just revealed that they are disbanding, even after releasing the new album Carrier this year. You can listen to the music by the German sludge/drone doom metal band on their Bandcamp page.
Malevolent Creation have announced that they will return to the road in the U.S. for the first time in five years supporting their new album Dead Man's Path. The reviled Florida death metal outfit is also celebrating the 25th anniversary of their iconic debut record, The Ten Commandments. The upcoming trek starts on October 6th at The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA and ends three weeks later in New Orleans, LA. Joining the band on all dates of the tour will be Incantation and Seeker.
Suomi metal band To/Die/For just announced their farewell. The Finnish band broke up after 17 years as a band, Cult being their last album, released last year. It will all be over and one of their last performances will be at the John Smith Festival in Laukaa, Finland.
Sonata Arctica have chosen today to reveal all about their new album. We already knew that they were working on it and The Ninth Hour, as the album will be titled, is dropping later this year. Only two years after the release of Pariah's Child, the Finnish melodic metal quintet will release The Ninth Hour on October 7th via Nuclear Blast Records. Check out the intriguing cover artwork here as an introduction to the album.
Slayer and its label Nuclear Blast have teamed with comics publisher Dark Horse (Sin City, Hellboy) for a three-part title, the first of which, Slayer: Repentless, Vol. 1, will come out later this year. This is the thrash metal group's first foray into comic books. The plot takes inspiration from the revenge-themed videos they've made for "Repentless" and "You Against You," both of which share a story arc devised by director BJ McDonnell (Hatchet III).
Doom metal band from Finland Kypck, who sing in Russian, will bring us another Siberian Winter this upcoming September. Their new opus, and fourth in total, is entitled 3epo (Zero) and Kypck have started a Pledge campaign. You can order the album here. Furthermore, the cover has also been revealed.