Viking metal pioneers Einherjer, are releasing their new album, Norrøne Spor, via Indie Recordings this November 9th. The band has recorded their first track in English in 15 years, ‘Kill The Flame’, and Ghost Cult is proud to bring you the exclusive stream to jam out to right now! Continue reading
New Orleans avant-garde post-metallers Thou have announced a new album, Magus, due out August the 31st on their brand new label Sacred Bones Records. The band prolific band just released a stunning new album on May 1st, The House Primordia, and are promising three EPs worth of music leading up to the album drop. The band have decided to take a different approach and release three EPs ahead of the full-length, each of which the band note “are all a complete sonic departure from Magus and from each other…”. Check out the first new single, ‘The Changeling Prince.’
Magus will be Thou’s first full-length since 2014’s Heathen. In the months leading into the new album, Thou will be releasing three drastically different EPs: The House Primordial on Raw Sugar, Inconsolable on Community Records, and Rhea Sylvia on Deathwish, Inc. Each record will focus on a particular sound-noisy drone, quiet acoustic, and melodic grunge-all of which is incorporated into the new record, subsumed in the band’s more standard doom metal.
Thou – Magus track listing:
1 – Inward
2 – My Brother Caliban
3 – Transcending Dualities
5 – Sovereign Self
6 – Divine Will
7 – In the Kingdom of Meaning
8 – Greater Invocation of Disgust
9 – Elimination Rhetoric
10 – The Law Which Compels
11 – Supremacy
Magus is available on August the 31st on Sacred Bones Records. For more details and pre-order information.
Rising Johannesburg-based rockers Dirty Moonshine has partnered up with Ghost Cult today to bring you their kickass new video. The track ‘Toxic Waltz’ comes from their forthcoming debut album Bottom of The Barrel due out in summer 2018. Watch the video below and crank this one loud! Continue reading
Ghost finally shared their new single, debuting ‘Rats’ on Sirius/XM’sOctane radio show. The track is heavy and hears the band return to their sound of their debut Opus Anonymous (Spinefarm). Jam out to this partial track right now!
Austin Texas-based classical and experimental cellists, Randall Holt may not be a household name to some, but fans of underground music surely have heard his work. In addition to being a member of a member of Knest (with Thor Harris & Jonathan Horne) and Horne + Holt. Randall has also played in Reverend Glasseye, and collaborated with Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Yann Tiersen, Eric McFadden Trio and jazz composer Adam Rudolph. Having released his current album (digital only) in March 2016, Inside The Kingdom of Splendor and Madness on Self Sabotage Records, next week will see the release of the album on cassette and compact disc. To celebrate Ghost Cult has teamed up with this important artist to bring you his new single, ‘I Felt Safe Again And Was At Home’.Continue reading
Sevendust recently confirmed that their new album, All I See Is War, will be hitting stores on May 11th via Rise. Continue reading
Skinless is back! Continue reading
The new book, ‘The Metal Chapters: Volume One‘, features ten stories written through songs by some of the biggest Greek metal bands on the planet. Readers have the opportunity not only to read the story inspired by the authors of each song, but to read the lyrics of the tracks and listen to the CD that accompanies the book. One of the bands chosen for the project was Rotting Christ, and they are now streaming their contribution to the book online. Continue reading
Napalm Death‘s upcoming compilation, Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs, will include a total of 31 songs, compiling rarities and exclusive earworms spanning 2004-2016 from the whirling gene pool of noise that is Napalm Death. Today the British grindcore pioneers have shared the second track from the upcoming compilation, and it’s utter chaos. Continue reading
Stone Temple Pilots‘ self-titled album will be released on March 16th, and we have another new song for your listening pleasure today. Continue reading