Now this could be entertaining. "Saga" is the name of a brand new Norwegian movie set to premiere in October 2015. The independent movie, which is directed by Jørn Steen, is based upon the Viking Eyrbyggja saga and is a hellish blend of Vikings, zombies, bikers and black metal. Sarke with Ted (Nocturno Culto) Skjellum is featured both musically and as actors in the movie. You can catch a glimpse of the movie on the teaser below.
Having just released their newest album, Ola Englund's Feared have now made it available in full online. This means you have more new music to enjoy from the Swedish death metal group. Synder, as the album is called, is available via YouTube or SoundCloud, whichever you prefer. Give it a shot and tell us your impressions of the record.
Are you ready for some drone doom? Bong just released a new album on Ritual Productions, titled We Are, We Were And We Will Have Been. If you still haven't checked out the seventh album from Bong, now you can hear a 17-minute song from it. Have a listen to "Time Regained" over here and take the musical journey.
Veteran Dutch death metallers Sinister will celebrate their 25th anniversary with a record called Dark Memorials, expected to be released on June 26th via Massacre Records. And since it's celebration time, you can now enjoy Sinister's cover version of Slayer's song "Necrophiliac" below. The release will feature two old re-recorded songs from the band and covers.
Agalloch are preparing for their upcoming European trek. The band has recently announced that they are also taking French metallers Crown with them on this tour as main support. On this tour, the Americans are showcasing their newest record, The Serpent & The Sphere. Check out all the finalized dates of the tour below and join the fun in July and August.
A tragic event occurred at Chevelle's show in Chicago on Friday night. A man fell to his death from a catwalk at the Aragon Ballroom over the weekend, the Chicago Tribune reports. He fell onto two protruding pieces of metal at the North Side venue Friday, according to police. Police are investigating his death, which occurred shortly after he fell about 10:20 p.m. Friday during a Chevelle concert at the venue. The show was immediately ended.
Borealis have some new music to share today. The band's new album Purgatory is scheduled for release on June 19th (Europe) and July 21st (North America) via AFM Records. The first single "My Peace" is available now for your listening pleasure in the YouTube clip below. What do you think of this new song from the Canadian power metallers?
Alcest and Lantlôs are joining forces for a German tour. Probably other countries would like to see this package, but for now the bands will only play a German tour in September. The tour will also include two festivals in Switzerland and The Netherlands where Alcest will perform. See dates and details below.
The latest full-length studio installation from Chicago experimental outfit Locrian has been completed, as the trio prepares to release Infinite Dissolution through Relapse Records on July 24th. In addition to the album's release date, tracklist and cover artwork, a trailer containing samples of several of the record's tracks has also been issued. You can take a look at all the info below as well as the music, of course. Is the new album sounding promising?
Here is a new slice of music form deathcore unit Slice The Cake. Three years have passed since the band released their latest album, Other Slices, and they are preparing to release a new one. Below you can enjoy their new single "The Exile Part II - The City Of Destruction" to get a taste of what's to come. Their new record Odyssey To The West is coming soon on Subliminal Groove Records.
Fear Factory have lifted the veil on their new album and follow-up to The Industrialist. Three years later, the industrial group is releasing their upcoming 9th studio release, Genexus. It will be released on August 7th worldwide via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The record was co-produced by long-time collaborator Rhys Fulber, along with Cazares and Bell and mixed by Andy Sneap (Arch Enemy, Testament, Exodus, Machine Head). Also, Mike Heller played drums on the new album.
You might remember that last year Ne Obliviscaris launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to do a world tour. The campaign was very successful and the band is now announcing several new shows for the summer. There are many countries booked in, but there are lots more in the works, so stay tuned if your country isn't listed yet. The band promises to announce more shows. See below the dates already booked for now in support of the band's newest album Citadel.
Shortly after they announced their new album, Symphony X have already shared new music! Today you can satisfy your curiosity about the band's new material by listening to "Nevermore", precisely the opening track of the album. Check it out below via the lyric video. It's a 6-minute hard-hitting song with the typical Symphony X elements from the latest records. What do you think of the tune?
Thrashers Slayer finally revealed more about their new album. It already has a title and a release date. In a video, the band confirmed that Repentless is the title of the 12-track album and it's coming out via Nuclear Blast Records on September 11th, curiously enough. The title came about after a song inspired by late guitarist Jeff Hanneman.