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Falaise - Stream Entire New Album

Italian atmospheric post-black metallers, Falaise, just released their second full-length, entitled My Endless Immensity. The album is available for streaming, downloading and purchasing through the group's Bandcamp page. It will also be available in a limited to 50 copies digipak CD format on September 7th, via A Sad Sadness Song label.

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Posted: 08.08.2017 by nikarg | Comments (0)


Rendezvous Point - Enter The Studio

Norwegian progressive metal unit Rendezvous Point have just announced they have entered PhatCat Studios, in Oslo, Norway, and are in course towards a new album that will follow their 2015 debut album, Solar Storm. Drummer Baard Kolstad (who also plays for Leprous, God Seed and ICS Vortex among others) teased with the short status: "New crazy-rhythm-album in the making..." on his official Facebook page. The band have yet to unveil further details.

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Posted: 08.08.2017 by Kais | Comments (0)


Enslaved - Announce New Album Details

Enslaved has finally revealed all about their new album and follow-up to In Times. The Norwegian black metal avantgardists just announced the release of their epic new studio album for October 13th, 2017. This 14th full-length "sets the musical mind-twisters free from genre boundaries and offers a unprecedented mix of prog, extreme metal and shoegaze on 8 tracks with a play time of more than an hour." Titled E, the album was once again written by the unholy alliance of guitarist Ivar Bjørnson (music, lyrics) and singer/bassist Grutle Kjellson (lyrics) and marks the introduction of their new keyboard master and clean vocalist Håkon Vinje. See the cover and song titles here.

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Source: nuclearblast.de
Band profile: Enslaved
Posted: 07.08.2017 by BloodTears | Comments (8)


Bell Witch - Reveal New Album Cover And Tracklist

American funeral doomsters Bell Witch have revealed the details for their upcoming third full length album which is titled Mirror Reaper and is to be out on 20th October 2017. The news was revealed by the band's label Profound Lore Records which said the album will be a single 83-minute track.

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Posted: 07.08.2017 by 3rdWorld | Comments (10)


The Lurking Fear - Release New Song

Swedish death metallers, The Lurking Fear, will release their debut album, Out Of The Voiceless Grave, this week on August 11th, 2017 via Century Media Records. A new single entitled "The Starving Gods Of Old" has been launched via a lyric video created by Costin Chioreanu / Twilight 13 Media, based on the album's artwork by Stefan Thanneur. You can watch it below.

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Posted: 07.08.2017 by nikarg | Comments (1)


Primitive Man - Share New Album Teaser

Four years after the release of their debut album, Scorn, blackened noise purveyors Primitive Man are finally releasing a new album. Since then, the band did release many EPs and splits. The new Primitive Man album is called Caustic and is coming out on October 6th, 2017 through Relapse Records. Stay tuned for more details and watch the album teaser to whet your appetite.

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Source: label.relapse.com
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Posted: 07.08.2017 by BloodTears | Comments (2)


Full Of Hell - Announce New Release With The Body

Hardcore group Full Of Hell is joining forces once again with industrial metallers The Body on a new onslaught. The release is titled Ascending A Mountain Of Heavy Light and is coming November 17th via Thrill Jockey Records. Stay tuned for a new song available this Tuesday. For now, you can feast your eyes on the cover art and pre-order.

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Posted: 07.08.2017 by BloodTears | Comments (0)


Syn Ze Șase Tri - Unveil New Album Cover And Track Listing

Romanian symphonic/pagan black metallers Syn Ze Șase Tri have revealed their new album, Zăul Moș, set to be released on September 29th via Code666 Records. The album's artwork and tracklist were unveiled and can be seen below. Zăul Moș was strongly inspired by the bloody myth of the Ancient Dacian Legends of their motherland Transylvania.

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Posted: 06.08.2017 by Paz | Comments (0)


Epica - Win Dutch Metropole Orkest Contest

After an intense 6-month voting campaign, symphonic metal titans Epica are honored to announce that they've won the contest of The Netherlands' famous and most prestigious "Metropole Orkest"! Over 650 artists of all possible music genres competed, amongst them popular Dutch acts like Within Temptation, yet it was none other than Epica who won, with a little help from their dedicated fans.

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Source: nuclearblast.de
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Posted: 06.08.2017 by BloodTears | Comments (4)


Xanthochroid - Release New Song And Music Video

The progressive black metal band Xanthochroid has released a new song and music video titled "In Deep And Wooded Forests Of My Youth", from their upcoming 2-part album, Of Erthe And Axen. This is the first song in the band's catalog that features lead female vocals, performed by new band member Ali Meador and you can hear it here. Of Erthe And Axen is slated for release August 22nd of this year.

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Posted: 06.08.2017 by AndyIbarra | Comments (0)


Act Of Defiance - Reveal New Album Details, Premiere Single

Act Of Defiance are releasing their second full length, Old Scars, New Wounds on September 29th this year through Metal Blade Records. This August 4th, the band premiered the first single for the new record on SiriusXM Liquid Metal. The song is called "M.I.A." and will be the opening track on the new album. The tracklist and album cover artwork have also been revealed and can be seen below.

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Source: releases.red
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Posted: 06.08.2017 by The Underdog | Comments (0)


Caligula's Horse - Debut First Single From New Album

Your prog fix is here! Caligula's Horse from Australia just released the first single from, In Contact, their impending new album. The conceptual work titled In Contact will be available worldwide on September 15th via Inside Out Music. But first, "Will's Song (Let The Colours Run)" is available to hear now below! What are you waiting for?

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Posted: 05.08.2017 by BloodTears | Comments (1)


Aleah - Solo Album On The Way

Finnish musician Juha Raivio (Swallow The Sun, Trees Of Eternity, Hallatar) has posted some news about his upcoming projects future plans. And that will include singer Aleah's solo album. She passed away last year. Hallatar's upcoming debut album also includes lyrics and poems written by the late Aleah Starbridge, who was also Juha Raivio's partner.

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Band profile: Trees Of Eternity
Posted: 05.08.2017 by Ivar Loken | Comments (0)


Leng Tch'e - Premiere New Video

Grindcore beast Leng Tch'e is about to release their upcoming new record, Razorgrind, on August 25th through Season Of Mist. To taste another piece of this release, the band present a brand new official music video for the track "Stentor of Doom". The video clip was shot and directed by Jens from Panda Productions at the world renowned AED Studios in Lint, Belgium.

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Posted: 05.08.2017 by Abattoir | Comments (0)


Decapitated - Confirm European Tour

After the official release of their new album Anticult (out in stores from July 7th), Polish metallers Decapitated now confirmed 'Anticult European Tour', to be executed in October / November this year. This tour will follow their North American co-headlining run with Thy Art Is Murder in August / September. Supporting Decapitated in Europe will be King Parrot, Thy Disease and Venom Prison (UK dates only).

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Source: facebook.com
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Posted: 05.08.2017 by Abattoir | Comments (2)