Here it is, a brand new song from Cloak Of Altering for you to enjoy. "Stretching Infinity", the first single off the band's forthcoming album is available for streaming right now through the Soundcloud player below. Do you like it? Tell us how this 7-minute track compares to the Mories' previous achievements.
The Flight Of Sleipnir have recently released a brand new video. The Colorado based duo is showcasing the track "Beacon In Black Horizon" on this video, a tune that comes from their upcoming opus V which will see the light of day on November 24th via Napalm Records. You can watch the eight-minute clip on the player below. Enjoy!
American hardcore-punk/grind unit Full Of Hell is currently streaming their upcoming collaboration album with the Japanese noise master Merzbowat this location. The stream includes the Sister Fawn bonus disc, a five-song noise piece which is an extension of Merzbow's work. Enjoy!
Danish black/post-metallers Redwood Hill are giving us for streaming their sophomore full-length effort entitled Collider and you can check it out right now on Bandcamp. Tell us how this stuff compares to the band's previous album Descender released last year. Which one do you prefer?
Canadian metallers Striker have just released a brand new music video for the song "Start Again" online. You can watch the clip, written & directed by Lindsay Robinson on the YouTube player below. Enjoy!
The German pagan/folk metallers Finsterforst have just announced that their upcoming, fourth full-length studio album is entitled Mach Dich Frei and will be released on January 23rd in Germany/Austria/Switzerland, on January 30th in the rest of Europe and on February 10th in North America via Napalm Records. You can also take a look at the cover art, tracklist along with upcoming shows below.
Belgian filthy sludge metallers Alkerdeel are currently streaming their upcoming split album with the Dutch black metal horde Nihillat this location. Alternatively, you can listen to both songs by using the Soundcloud player below. Do you enjoy this combination? Share your opinion with us.
You probably already know that Old Man Gloom have trolled us all by providing a fake album to the reviewers around the world which consequently leads to leaked versions of the album on the Internet. Right after that the band has stated that The Ape Of God is actually two new separate albums, with the same title but with different tracklists. That's an unconventional method of promotion right there!
US technical death metallers Rivers Of Nihil have launched a brand new video clip for the song "Mechanical Trees", directed by Dave Brodsky. You can check it out by using the YouTube player below. Tell us what you think of it. The song is taken from the band's debut full-lenght effort The Conscious Seed Of Light which was released back in 2013 via Metal Blade Records.
The blues rock newcomers Blues Pills have just revealed the official music video for the single "No Hope Left For Me" online. It was shot by famous director and photographer Patric Ullaeus (In Flames, Arch Enemy, Lacuna Coil, etc.). You can watch the clip on the YouTube player below. Enjoy!
The Finnish black/death metallers Archgoat have just released the first song from their upcoming album The Apocalyptic Triumphator which will see the light of day on the 26th of January 2015 (January 27th for North America) through Debemur Morti Productions. You can listen to the song entitled "Nuns, Cunts & Darkness" by using the YouTube player below. Have fun!
The Colorado based doom/stoner/folk metallers The Flight Of Sleipnir have just premiered the first track off their upcoming new album V online. The song is called "The Casting" and you can give it a try at this location. Was it any good? Tell us how you like this mix of styles.
Los Angeles based death metal band Abysmal Dawn have revealed today a brand new video clip for the song "Inanimate", directed by Rob Mestas at Zynderia Studios and Photo Film Stage. The song is taken from their latest album Obsolescence, released just a few days ago via Relapse Records. You can watch it on the YouTube player below. Enjoy!
Icelandic viking folk metallers Skálmöld have recently released a new single entitled "Að vori" and you can spin it out right now at this location. Was it right up your alley? Tell us about your impressions. The song is taken from the band's upcoming new opus Með Vættum, which is set to be released on November 14th in Europe (Germany/Austria/Switzerland) and November 25th in the United States under Napalm Records.