Raging Speedhorn Shares New Single and Video, New Album incoming

UK’s heavy metal heshers Raging Speedhorn are back with a new album, Hard To Kill,  available on vinyl, CD, download, and all streaming platforms on their own Red Weed Records label on October 23rd 2020. The album can be pre-ordered at the link below. Not only that, but the band also shared the single and video for the title track which you can see right now! 

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Hatebreed Announces New Album “Weight Of The False Self” Due This Fall

Hardcore Metal leaders Hatebreed will release their new album, “Weight Of The False Self”, on November 27 via Nuclear Blast Records. The album’s first single will be made available tomorrow (Friday, September 11). “Weight Of The False Self” due out this fall. The band released its first new single in four years, “When The Blade Drops’ this past February. 

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 ALBUM REVIEW: Incantation – Sect of Vile Divinities

Incantation is one of those bands that every metalhead knows about. Hailing from the East Coast, these guys have been around for over thirty years and have always made their presence known in the scene. From consistent album releases to endless touring, Incantation is an act that has dedicated everything to their craft. These veteran players continue to carry the banner for old school American Death Metal on their eleventh full-length, Sect of Vile Divinities (Relapse Records). Released last month, their grim and gruesome sounds gurgle to the top of the scuzzy cesspool of heaviness that they have created. Continue reading

Code Orange to Release New Digital Album – “Under the Skin”

Modern Hardcore Metal leaders Code Orange have announced that they will release Under The Skin, a new digital album this Friday, September 4th.  The album officially captures and chronicles Code Orange’s full band stripped-down “UNDER THE SKIN” livestream with enhanced audio [full tracklist below].  Conceptually akin to classic MTV Unplugged performances, but with digital twists and turns,  Code Orange originally transmitted “UNDER THE SKIN” around the world live via Twitch from Pittsburgh, PA earlier this summer.  UNDER THE SKIN also includes a striking rendition of the Alice In Chains classic “Down In A Hole,” which is now available on the band’s YouTube channel with performance footage shot and edited by Sunny Singh of hate5six. Furthermore, the band has launched limited-edition UNDER THE SKIN merch including a DVD of the performance available for pre-order today at the link below.

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EXCLUSIVE ALBUM STREAM: The Hawkins – “Silence Is A Bomb”

Swedish Rock dynamos The Hawkins will release their brand new album Silence Is A Bomb releases this week, September 4th, via The Sign Records! To celebrate Ghost Cult is streaming their album in full right here at the site! The for their second full-length, the band continues to ply their classic rock influences their high octane delivery for furious, catchy songs with great vocals, and ripping riffs. Check out Silence Is A Bomb right now! Continue reading

Ulver Release New Single “Nostalgia’, New Book and Album Incoming

Ulver has been ramping up to the release of their new album, Flowers Of Evil, via their own label House of Mythology, August 28th. They are also releasing a book, and book Wolves Evolve: The Ulver Story, a 336-page book that reflects on over 25 years of Ulver history, and both the album and book can be pre-ordered at the link below. The band released a new single,  Listen and share “Nostalgia”, which you can jam out to right now. Continue reading

Lamb of God Shares Online Release Events, New Album Out Now

Lamb of God just released their new album, Lamb of God, last Friday via Epic Records (review here, exclusive interview with Willie Adler here). Following the Friday release of their new self-titled album, Lamb of God is connecting with fans through daily online activities today through Thursday, beginning with a “live quarantine video” today on YouTube. The video features three songs recorded by the band live from quarantine. Tune in to watch at the link below.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Bleed From Within – Fracture

Glasgow may not be considered a heavy metal hub, but the band Bleed From Within proves that Scotland can produce some pretty extreme musicians. Formed fifteen years ago, this young, charged-up group of guys sought to make a spectacle of aggression and severity. Their early works took on a very vengeful edge that was mainly categorized under the Deathcore genre. Now, these fresh-faced Scots present a more sophisticated take on the ‘Core’ genres while merging it with Modern Metal on their new fifth full-length album, Fracture (Century Media Records). Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Paradise Lost – Obsidian

Many consider the British band, Paradise Lost to be the fathers of the Gothic Metal genre. Formed in 1988, four out of the five members have been there since the beginning. This tight-knit group of guys is a prime example of a hard-working band who knows how to stay creative and original. The exploration and determination of this act has led them down some unique roads over the years. After experimenting on albums like One Second (Music for Nations)  and Believe In Nothing (EMI), Paradise Lost got back to their roots in 2015. They embraced their Death Metal background with the release of The Plague Within (Century Media Records) and 2017’s Medusa (Nuclear Blast). Now with the release of their sixteenth record,  Obsidian (Nuclear Blast), their heaviness is being fleshed out with even more distinct devastation.   Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Voodoo Gods – The Divinity of Blood

Just over a decade ago, the supergroup Voodoo Gods was created. Though the birthplace is in Florida, the lineup consists of international musicians from around the globe. The diversely skilled and experienced members came together under one banner to generate some very heavy and very hostile music. In 2014, the band exchanged one epic vocalist for another. Seasoned frontman George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher from Cannibal Corpse replaced Adam “Nergal” Darski from Behemoth as the co-vocalist and soon the group released their first full-length, Anticipation For Blood Leveled in Darkness (Saturnal Records). Though it’s been six years since their last record, the band’s heat and hatred has not cooled down. Their recently released second album, The Divinity of Blood (Reaper Entertainment) wreaks havoc in a forceful, yet slightly monotonous way. Continue reading