According to a press release from Nuclear Blast, Danish blackgaze band MØL has signed a worldwide deal with the label, and a new album is due from the acclaimed band in 2021! Continue reading
German metal band Primal Fear has released a new single – “I Will Be Gone” which will be available as CD Digi-Pak Picture-LP, Shape-Vinyl and Vinyl (assorted colors) and digitally set for an April 9th, 2021 via their label Nuclear Blast Records. Jam it out right now! Continue reading
Iconic former Nightwish singer Tarja Turunen joined Floor Jansen for an in-depth chat about Nightwish and their careers, Tuesday, December 8th. This conversation surely ignited the fans bases of both the band and Tarja as the material they made together was legendary. Floor has also been a great addition to the band. Nightwish released Human. :II: Nature, a concept album, via Nuclear Blast. Tarja’s new album Christmas Together: Live At Olomouc And Hradec Králové 2019, was released on November 6 via earMUSIC. Her latest studio album, In The Raw, arrived in August 2019 via earMUSIC. Ghost Cult interviewed Tarja in 2019 and Floor earlier this year. Watch the chat now!Continue reading
Connecticut Hardcore Metal giants Hatebreed have released a new lyric video/visualizer for the track “Cling To Life”. The song comes from their just-released album Weight Of the False Self, their eighth full-length, out now from Nuclear Blast. Watch the clip now!
Epica has released a new music video for their song “Freedom – The Wolves Within”. The track comes from the upcoming new album Omega, due out on February 26th 2021 via Nuclear Blast Records.Omega is the band’s first studio album in five years. Last month, Epica also revealed the first single and video clip from the album, titled “Abyss Of Time,” which was viewed on YouTube over a million times within its first week. Watch the video here: Continue reading
Building off of their wildly successful livestreams to promote their new album Utgard (Nuclear Blast),Enslaved will host a live-streaming concert and Q & A event with the band on December 20th. The Winter Solstice streaming event for Saturday 19th December via the Revolver Magazine Facebook page, which will be followed by a live Q&A with some band members. The digital event will feature all three parts of Enslaved’s recent Cinematic Summer Tour, the revered filmed performances titled; ‘Chronicles of the Northbound’, ‘Below the Lights’ and ‘Utgard the Journey Within’.
Machine Head members Robb Flynn and Jared MacEachern performed on a live stream yesterday, running through some deep cuts off of Machine Head’s eighth album Bloodstone & Diamonds (Nuclear Blast) on its 6th anniversary. Songs included “Take Me Through The Fire, “Eyes Of The Dead”, and “Now We Die”. Watch it now!
On the heels of their recent album Obsidian (Nuclear Blast, read our review here) long-running Doom metallers Paradise Lost have announced a livestream. The event goes down on November 5th (Bonfire Night) on November 5th and you can purchase tickets and VIP options at the link below.
Over thirty years ago, England’s own Carcass came to the scene and shared their glorification of grind and gore. The unhinged and manic sound they conjured found an audience and quickly gained popularity, along with their contemporaries Napalm Death and Godflesh. The surge of the extreme had its time in the sun, but after their 10 year hiatus, Carcass came back in a slightly different mood. In 2013, the group took their well-known viciousness and molded it in with more melody on their sixth full-length, Surgical Steel (Nuclear Blast). They married Grindcore and Melodic Death Metal on that record which got a lot of attention and reminded everyone why these guys are such an original act. After seven years, the band is back again with their EP, Despicable (Nuclear Blast). In just four songs, Carcass takes their significant union of sounds and exemplifies them with new levels of pandemonium. Continue reading
According to a report by Metalsucks, Dino Cazares has posted a snippet of him playing new Fear Facotry riffs over on his Twitter account. Cazares has been posting a lot on Twitter to stay in touch with his fans, while he presses forward on the new Fear Factory album, tentatively titled Regenerate and due out in 2021 from Nuclear Blast Records. No word yet from the guitar legend how the progress goes on replacing Burton C. Bell, who announced his departure from the group after thirty years last month.