Psycroptic Shares New Single – “A Fragile Existence”, New Album Incoming

 

Long-running Australian tech-death band Psycroptic are back with a new EP, The Watcher Of All, out on November 27 via Prosthetic Records (digital) and Agonia Records (12″ vinyl). The ever-evolving band has shared a new track titled “A Fragile Existence”, which is available now via Bandcamp and will be on all digital streaming services from tomorrow. In addition to the single, the band has also gifted fans with a music video crafted by long time collaborator Wilson Bambrick. Pre-orders are live at the link below. Watch the video now!

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Vale of Pnath – Accursed

In the last decade or so, the state of Colorado has gifted the world with uncommonly exceptional, heavy bands. The Denver based act, Vale of Pnath is one of these young groups that have brought a fantastically particular Death Metal sound to the scene. With two full-length albums under their belt, the band is going back to the EP format for their newest release, Accursed (Willowtip Records). It’s been three years since their last record and this genre-dodging ensemble is finally bringing more of their innovative work to light.

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Psycroptic – Aversions Crown – Within Destruction: Live at The Dome, London

Tonight is a busy day for Metal in the Capital, with the dreaded evening of multiple gig clashes, within a few stops of the Northern Line alone. One stop down from tonight’s proceedings in Tufnell Park sees the Cerberus-like bill of Behemoth, At The Gates and Wolves In The Throne Room, whilst Camden Town sees Toundra for those seeking something more mellow, and Obscura for some who, well, aren’t. This goes someway to explaining why The Dome looks tonight to be, at best, around half capacity for much of the night. Not that this seems to dampen anyone’s mood, as all night the crowd are on fine form, showing the bands plenty of love and movement as well as respect to one another. Continue reading

Aversions Crown And Psycroptic Book Co-headline Tour

Fellow Australian metal bands Aversions Crown and Psycroptic book a co-headline tour for Europe this winter. Direct support to come from Within Destruction, Hadal Maw as well as Hollow World. Aversions Crown is still supporting their 2017 album »Xenocide«, which released in January of 2017. Watch the tour trailer now.

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November 9th 2018 New Music Releases

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Psycroptic – As The Kingdom Drowns

I imagine if you as far into your career as Death Metal veterans Psycroptic are right now, you reach a certain point where it’s either stick or twist. Their albums since the very start have always delivered the goods but it wasn’t until 2003’s Scepter Of The Ancients (Unique Leader) that it truly felt like the band had arrived, they then proceeded to tread water somewhat with albums that never even came close to ScepterContinue reading

Aborted, Psycroptic, Ingested, Disentomb, Arkaik, Venom Prison Tour Dates

The 2018 Devastation on the Nation lineup was revealed last week, and it’s unbelievably heavy. Aborted, Psycroptic, Ingested, Disentomb, Arkaik, and Venom Prison will be taking part in this year’s trek, with Signs of the Swarm and Vale of Pnath performing at select dates as well. Continue reading

Damnation Festival 2017 – Live At Leeds University Union

Dragged Into Sunlight, by Rich Price Photography

Over the course of its 12 incarnations, Leeds based Damnation Festival has grown into surely the most important yearly event for underground music lovers the UK has to offer. Far from merely an Extreme Metal festival, Damnation is the closest the UK has to the all-encompassing nature of Roadburn in its celebration of a wide spectrum of sub-genres. This year’s edition seemed to be especially diverse with a rich amount of Extreme Metal sitting alongside expansive entities and experimental Prog outfits. With four stages within the single complex of the Leeds University Union, and a sell-out capacity crowd (admittedly reduced to counter crowding issues from previous editions), the layout does appear labyrinthian at first, but is pretty intuitive and easy to follow pretty quickly; which with a stacked lineup from top to bottom, makes the continuous rushing from stage to stage a little more bearable at least. Continue reading

Damnation Brings The Heaviest And Grimmest One-Dayer To Leeds Today

Dragged Into Sunlight, by Rich Price Photography

The time is nigh! Damnation Festival, the UK’s top one-day underground metal festival is back today at Leeds University Union. The fest is totally sold out again and headlined by Bloodbath, Sodom, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Paradise Lost, Dying Fetus, Dragged Into Sunlight, Nails and many more.  Continue reading