Cult of Luna Announces New EP “The Raging River” Featuring Mark Lanegan 

Post-Metal leaders Cult of Luna has announced a new EP, The Raging River via Red Creek (http://www.red-crk.com) – the band’s newly created record label, which will be physically distributed by Metal Blade Records (in North America) and Season of Mist (in Europe). The EP features a guest appearance by Mark Lanegan (solo, Mad Season, Screaming Trees). New music coming soon. Pre-orders are live at the link below. 

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Carach Angren Shares Epic Music Video for “Franckensteina Srataemontanus”

Dutch Symphonic Blackened Metallers Carach Angren has shared a new music video, the positively amazing “Franckensteina Srataemontanus.” The track is the title track from their recent new album, out now via Season of Mist. The album trellis the story of the vicious and troubled Conrad Dippel, the real-life inspiration of Mary Shelly’s original horror classic novel Frankenstein. Watch the video, Directed by Zoran Bihac, right now and purchase and stream the album at the link below. 

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Sólstafir Streams Full “Endless Twilight of Codependent Love” Album, Out This Week

Incredible Icelandic Heavy Rockers Sólstafir will release their new album, Endless Twilight of Codependent Love this week, on November 6th, from Season of Mist. The band has just streamed the full album now on their YouTube channel and you should check out this album early, easily one of the Album of the Year candidates we have been digging on. 

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Sólstafir shares New Single “Akkeri” New Album Due Out This Fall

Last week Icelandic metal masters Sólstafir announced their next album, Endless Twilight of Codependent Love, due out on November 6th, 2020, via Season of Mist. The band just dropped their first single, “Akkeri” along with a visualizer, you can check out now.  Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Constellatia – The Language of Limbs – Season of Mist

South African post-Black outfit Constellatia arrived just two short years ago, and already last year’s debut album The Language of Limbs (Season of Mist) has earned a power-label reissue. A blast of atmospheric harshness and aching melody with a touch of doomed romance, its four tracks are a paean to the outer edges of Emotion. Continue reading

Carach Angren Shares New Lyric Video for “Operation Compass”

Blackened horror metal act Carach Angren act has shared a new lyric video for their new single   ‘Operation Compass’. The track comes from their upcoming album Franckensteina Strataemontanus due for release on June 26th, 2020 via Season of Mist. The narrative of the album follows the gruesome story of the troubled soul ‘Conrad Dippel’; the inspiration of Mary Shelly’s novel ‘Frankenstein’. Ghost Cult ran a special new album preview last monthWatch ‘Operation Compass’ now!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Barishi – Old Smoke

You remember the first time you heard Leviathan (Relapse Records) by Mastodon? I do. It was as if my world had shifted on its axis: a relentless display of monumental, complex power that left me unsure how to feel…except that it felt exciting, enlivening. I never thought that Vermont quartet Barishi would recreate those emotions: a great band yes, but its Harsh Stoner grooves had the intricacies without such immediate power. Suddenly, out goes vocalist Sascha Simms, being replaced by guitarist Graham Brooks and reducing the band to a three-piece. Third album Old Smoke (Season of Mist) follows. Fuck… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Green Carnation – Leaves of Yesteryear

When Green Carnation, the progressive Norwegian sextet that gave birth to avant-Black pioneers In The Woods, split for the second time in 2007, no-one gave it a cat in hell’s chance of reformation. Yet the green (ahem) shots of recovery spawned with 2018’s live album Last Day of Darkness (Prophecy Productions), and here we are with the band’s sixth album Leaves of Yesteryear (Season of Mist), in what is the 30th anniversary of its formation. Continue reading

Ne Obliviscaris, Scattered Due to COVID-19, Unsure When They Will Complete Next Album

Multi-national extreme progressive metal band Ne Obliviscaris has informed fans of the uncertain status of completing their next album due to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Tentatively due later this year or early in 2021, the band was underway recording the follow-up to the globally acclaimed album Urn (Season of Mist) in 2017. The band which has members spanning the world has already cut their drum tracks for the new album but nothing else. Apparently, until they can reconvene in person, little to no further progress will be made. We’ll keep tracking this story as we get more information. Continue reading