SUMMONER have premiered ‘A National Acrobat’ as the second track taken from the forthcoming MER Redux series installment “Best of Black Sabbath”
Month: September 2020
Henrik Palm (ex-In Solitude) has premiered a new video for his new song “Given Demon.” This track is from his new album “Poverty Metal,” which will be released on October 16. Palm said the following about the song:
King Parrot have premiered a new song titled “Nor Is Yours.” This track features Phil Anselmo (Pantera, etc.) and it will appear on the band’s new EP “Holed Up In The Liar,” which is set to be released on October… Read More ›
Platinum selling, International recording artists STATIC-X have released a new music video for the song “Dead Souls,” from their 7th studio album, PROJECT REGENERATION Volume 1, Out NOW. The video was directed by Wombatfire (HELLYEAH, In Flames, Hollywood Undead, Tech… Read More ›
New from Pure Steel Records, California power metallers NIVIANE are back with their new album “The Ruthless Divine”. Active since 2014, the band released their debut album “The Druid King” in 2017 on Pitch Black Records to rave reviews.
THOU have released a cover of the classic ALICE IN CHAINS track ‘Them Bones’, which is featured on the forthcoming MER Redux series installment “Dirt [Redux]”.
Los Angeles death shred Bloodfeast Ritual unleashed their debut EP “Altars of Sacrifice” this past July. It’s a five-track introduction ranging from technical death metal to melodic shred, with lyrical content that shares the trio’s love for 80’s horror movies (The… Read More ›
On September 18th, Behemoth will release CD and vinyl re-issues of their debut EP, And the Forests Dream Eternally, which can be pre-ordered now at: metalblade.com/behemoth. See below for available formats:
There are exactly ZERO cases of Covid-19 in the freezing cold arctic tundra of Antarctica. This is great news as your Lords and Masters GWAR have been cleared for travel.
SPIRIT ADRIFT premiere ‘Supernaut’ as the first track from the forthcoming MER Redux series installment “Vol. 4 [Redux]”. More information about the record can be found below.