Gothic Black Metal legends Cradle of Filth has shared a new single and video “Necromantic Fantasies.” The track comes from their forthcoming 13th studio album – Existence Is Futile via Nuclear Blast Records on October 22nd, 2021. Watch the video here! Continue reading
It’s been over thirty years since Liverpudlian grindcore bastards Carcass left people gagging to the gloriously gory cover of debut album Reek of Putrefaction (Earache) and reeling to the twenty-two charmingly immature blasts of vomitous noise dripping inside. Symphonies of Sickness delivered improved musicianship and longer songs, Necroticism – Descanting the Insalubrious and its divisive follow up, Heartwork, continued that trend but the run ended in 1996 with the rather lacklustre Swansong. Rebooted and reinvigorated (but sadly minus drummer Ken Owen due to health issues), Carcass returned with a bang in 2013 with Surgical Steel (Nuclear Blast Records) and now, after a gap of eight years, they’re back. Again.
Technical Death Metal legends Obscura have announced their new album, their sixth A Valediction will see the light of day on November 19th coming via Nuclear Blast Records. Pre-orders are live at the link below. Check out the new single and video for “Solaris” directed by Mirko Witzki right now!
Fear Factory has shared a new music video for the track “Recode!” The second music video si the second official vuideo clip from the just releaseed new album Aggression Continuum out today, June 18th via Nuclear Blast, just in time for the band’s 30th anniversary (read our review here). Watch the clip right now!
A live-streamed event in support of their latest album Ωmega (Nuclear Blast), Dutch sextet Epica pull out the stops for an explosive return to the stage, their first since the Coronavirus crisis began last year. Presented by Danny Wimmer presents and filmed at AED Studios in Belgium, the band are given a generous performance area to strut their symphonic stuff and they utilise every bit of space in typically bombastic style.
Helloween has shared their second single from their upcoming new self-titled album, due out June 18th via Nuclear Blast! You can listen to “Fear Of The Fallen” at the link below! The current lineup of Helloween is the “Pumpkins United” group featuring Andi Deris, Michael Kiske, Michael Weikath, Kai Hansen, Markus Grosskopf, Sascha Gerstner and Dani Löble. Watch the clip now and pre-order the album below!
Rings of Saturn, recently dropped from their label Nuclear Blast, has announced it is parting ways with vocalist Ian Bearer after over ten years in the band. In a statement to social media, the band hopes Ian plays out the string of live dates the band are booked for, but also are moving on without him. The band is planning to transition to an instrumental band, planning to release instrumental versions of all their albums as well.
Fear Factory has shared a killer new single and video for the track “Fuel Injected Suicide Machine.” The song comes from their upcoming tenth studio album Aggression Continuum on June 18th via Nuclear Blast, just in time for the band’s 30th anniversary. Watch it now!
Let’s just face facts, the past year has been grueling. The pandemic affected the human race tremendously, changing life on earth. Musicians, of all genres, have started to release music they made during the shutdown of everything everywhere, and most of it echoes the angst of being on lockdown. Enter Wednesday 13’s newest release, Necrophaze, Antidote (Nuclear Blast). Although the songs were recorded during the recording of Necrophaze (Nuclear Blast), the four tracks were a welcome reprieve from the current melancholy atmosphere of the music industry.
Fear Factory has now shared their new music video for their first new song in over five years with “Disruptor.” We also have full album details for Aggression Continuum due out on Nuclear Blast, June 18th, 2021. The track is a brutal slab of classic sounding Fear Factory with crushing riffs, futuristic beats, and great vocals. The music video has a Mad Max vibe. Watch the video, directed by Riivata Visuals, here: