00:49 - Sun Shiny If you hover on the link you can see the address he's sending you to, it's just an MS review. I got the same notice from Mozilla, but you can add it to the "exception" list, nothing to worry about. :)))
00:48 - Karlabos That's weird. Coz the link actually told me MS was malicious. And it seems the URL doens't have the https anymore (if there was before, I don't remember =P)
00:46 - J. N. Metal Storm is now malicious. Sweet.
00:38 - Karlabos Yeah he posted a freaking virus on the SB. Ban him. I lost all my HD
Now, for the first time in over two decades, Krokus is returning to U.S. shores. On April 18th, the Swiss rockers board the MSC Divina for the Monsters Of Rock Cruise with a cast of seminal rock and metal acts, including Tesla, Europe, Night Ranger, Extreme, KIX, and Queensrÿche. Following the cruise, the tour continues through a series of U.S. cities, leading to the legendary Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles, CA on May 6th.
Here is more new music to be enjoyed. Now that their new album is only a few days away from its official release, Embrional have made the entire release The Devil Inside available for streaming online. You can satisfy your curiosity about the band's new album by listening to it over here in full. Don't forget to share your opinion with us. Have fun!
Sannhet's previous album Known Flood was well-acclaimed and it certainly will not be easy to top. However, you can already judge the new opus Revisionist currently streaming in full and in advance at this location. Did the instrumental/black metal band from Brooklyn do it again? Let us know if the new release satisfies you.
If you want to listen to the entire new Decline Of The I album, now you can because Rebellion is streaming online at this location. Enjoy it before it's too late! The official release date for Rebellion is February 27th through Agonia Records. When you listen to the album, tell us if you like it or not. Any favourite tracks?
Pranksters Old Man Gloom have released a new video today or did they really? The American metallers have done a video for the track "The Lash" (directed by Andrew Cox) and it's supposed to be ominous and crushing. The track appears on one of the two versions of their latest album The Ape Of God. You can watch it here below and see it for yourself.
Have you been anticipating the third Chaos Divine album Colliding Skies? If so, there is good news for you, because the prog metallers are streaming the album in its entirety on SoundCloud. It is also available below. Colliding Skies will be released on March 6th through Firestarter Music. You can discover and stream the record all this week, so enjoy it while you can!
Drudkh have unveiled the first glimpse of what their upcoming album A Furrow Cut Short will sound like. The song released is titled "Till Foreign Ground Shall Cover Eyes" and clocks in at roughly 8 and a half minutes of the band's signature take on black metal. The band announced that they would be releasing a new album (set to be released in April of this year) earlier this month. Listen to the track here or over here. What do you think? Is this a worthy addition in the expansive discography of these Ukranian black metallers?
Guitarist Kim Thayil of Soundgarden has told The Sydney Morning Herald that the band plans to make a new album in the next few months for a 2016 release. So, that means that King Animal (2012), their comeback album, will have a follow-up. The band will begin working on it after their Australian shows this month. What are your hopes for the band's next album?
When their new album Tău is mere days away from its official release, Negură Bunget have decided to share another new song online. The group presents a video for the tune "Schimniceste" which is the epic final song on the record. The images for the clip were filmed on various locations on Apuseni and Retezat Mountains. The video was directed again by Daniel Dorobatu (who's in charge of the whole visual content of Negură Bunget's Transilvanain Trilogy). Did this new song please you? Let us know what you thought about it below.
Skyforger has been confirmed for the biggest German pagan folk Viking metal gathering, Ragnarök Festival! The band will also perform at other festivals and shows. Check out the tour dates below. The folk metallers are also finishing up their new album. So, fans can start looking forward to that as well.
After last year's debut album L'Appel Du Vide, Rise Of Avernus will soon release a new EP called Dramatis Personæ. The Australian metallers have also presented new music, more specifically the new track "An Alarum Of Fate". Stop what you are doing and go listen to this new offering below! Share your thoughts about the track as well.
Blues Pills have released a trailer for their upcoming live album. You can check it out now on the YouTube player below. Blues Pills Live will be available in various vinyl colors (black, blue, yellow, splatter) as well as on CD in a lavish upright digibook. No digital version will be made available. The release will be strictly limited and won't be reprinted once it is sold out. So, don't waste any time!
Saint Vitus have announced that their former vocalist Scott Reagers will be joining them on their 2015 summer dates in Europe. The doom legends have already been confirmed for Hellfest Open Air festival and more dates will follow in due time. Scott Reagers was the singer on the band's first two albums Saint Vitus and Hallow's Victim as well as Die Healing (1995).
As you probably know by now, A Forest Of Stars are releasing a new album. In fact, the band has already shared a new video for the track "Drawing Down The Rain" off their upcoming output before. Well, today you get to hear more new tunes. It's the new track "Virtus Sola Invicta", now available on the lyric video right here. Enjoy!
After joining Napalm Records in January, Kamelot now present new details about their upcoming album, titled Haven. The album will be released worldwide (excl. Asia) via Napalm Records on May 5th, 2015 (North America) and May 8th, 2015 (Europe and rest of the world). Haven was produced by Sascha Paeth and mastered by Jacob Hansen. Other details can be found down below.