00:10 - Severian93 Lord of the Game was a great song
22:47 - Apothecary Exmilitary is probably the most grounded in hip hop, No Love Deep Web and Government Plates are heavily electronic, and the new double album, The Powers That B, gets really punky
22:47 - Apothecary Well they're really a blend of hip hop, electronica, rock, punk, and more, and each album kinda leans more towards one than the others. Depending on what you were listening to, something could click more with you than other stuff
22:33 - musclassia Funny, just listened to Death Grips for the first time last night - they were alright although it did get slightly annoying after a bit. I like Get Got
21:20 - Bad English if people lik salbum he will buy even if its leaked
21:17 - Risto At least Amorphis got further than Iron Maiden, who are releasing on the same day
21:15 - Redn1ght Sad part is people are not gonna learn not to do that. :P
"Welcome The Sickness" is the new official music video from Danish metallers Mercenary, that is now available for streaming. The track for this video is taken off their latest output Through Our Darkest Days, released back in July 2013. This video clip was directed and produced by Mircea Gabriel Eftemie. Check it out below.
Mercenary's new album Through Our Darkest Days is currently available for streaming in its entirety and you can give it a spin right now at this location. Alternatively, you can also listen to it through the Soundcloud player below. How does the new album live up to its predecessor Metamorphosis? Tell us what you think about it and enjoy!
Danish metallers Mercenary have shared another new track from their upcoming album Through Our Darkest Days. You can listen to the song "Generation Hate" below and let us know what you think. The album will come out in Europe later this month on July 26th via NoiseArt Records and a week later in the US through Prosthetic Records.
After revealing the details of their new album, Mercenary today premiere the first song and title track of the album, "Through Our Darkest Days" as a taste of what's to come. Stream the song below and judge it for yourself. The album will be out in Europe on July 26th via NoiseArt Records and a week later in the US through Prosthetic Records.
Mercenary have been preparing the follow up to Metamorphosis and already completed the mixing process of the album. Today the band has revealed the first details about this new and 7th album, to be called Through Our Darkest Days and you can see the cover art below. The album will be released through NoiseArt Records on July 27th in Europe and a week later in the US through Prosthetic Records.
"Through The Eyes Of The Devil", the new official video from Danish melodic metallers Mercenary, is now available for streaming below. The video was filmed in the summer of 2012 and it was edited by Carlos Toro. The song for this video is taken from the band's last album Metamorphosis, which was released back in February, 2011.
"The Follower", a brand new song from Danish metallers Mercenary, is available for streaming at the band's MySpace page.
"The Follower" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled Metamorphosis, which will be released in Europe on February 25 via NoiseArt Records. Also a trailer for the album can be viewed at this location. More details about Metamorphosis were previously reported over here.
Danish metallers Mercenary will release their sixth album, Metamorphosis, on February 25 via NoiseArt Records. The CD was produced by Jacob Hansen (Raunchy, Volbeat, Nightrage, Hatesphere, Pyramaze).
Regarding the CD's cover artwork (see below), the band states: "There's, of course, a lot of obvious (and indeed slightly cheesy) self-referential symbolism regarding the rebirth of the band in the cover artwork. But apart from that we felt that the motive of a phoenix was a really fitting expression of many of René's lyrical themes on the album, as they deal with personal and existential crisis, overcoming personal obstacles and how we can sometimes redefine ourselves in the process of taking responsibility for altering the conditions of our very lives. This idea of personal freedom can be a very frightening thought for some, but it's actually a message of hope and optimism — we can always take control of our lives and free ourselves of inner or outer constraints, or at least take pride in the struggle to do so. (Okay, dropping all the intellectual pretense, we just liked the artwork because it was freaking bird on fire — how cool is that!?
Mercenary have been joined by Danish drummer Morten Løwe Sørensen (Submission, The Arcane Order), who made the following comment:
"I'm happy to announce that I have now joined Mercenary. After having shared the stage with Mercenary alongside my band Submission, I became really impressed by their shows and musicianship, so I'm really looking forward to deliver some kick-ass shows as their drummer. I'm also very excited about being involved in the writing for the next album. It will show a new Mercenary, and I mean that in a very positive way. In my opinion the new material will definitely be the strongest to this date!"
Guitarist Jakob Mølbjerg adds: "We're very happy to have Morten join the ranks. Not only is he a true master behind the drums, he's also a very easygoing person with a great musical drive and understanding. With Morten in the band, there's a whole new sense of renewed and shared energy, creativity and ambition. We've had several rehearsal sessions in the last couple of weeks, and the metal just flows. The old songs already sound like Morten have played them for years, and the new material is crushing and intense.
Well, well, changes that have been underway for a long time can sometimes come about in the blink of an eye. Last week, Mike told us that he wanted to leave the band permanently. The rest of us did some serious thinking and soul-searching, sat down and had "the big talk" and came to the agreement that the only way to continue the band was to part ways with Mikkel and Morten as well. During the last year we have been working on a new album and it has become clear that we no longer share the same vision and enthusiasm about the direction and the future of the band. Martin, Rene, Mike and I wanted to play faster, heavier and more modern (yet old school) material, but for the band as a whole this evidently didn't work out.
According to Century Media website, Danish metallers Mercenary now offers you the chance to listen to their new album "Architect Of Lies" in its entirety. Just head for http://www.myspace.com/mercenarydenmark and enjoy the new tracks!
Produced by the renowned Jacob Hansen, "Architect Of Lies" proves to be a stunning fusion of metallic aggression, progressive elements and catchy melodies and will be released on the following dates:
Denmark: March 17, 2008.
Germany / Austria / Switzerland / Benelux / Italy: March 21, 2008.
UK / France / Greece / Norway / Rest Of Europe: March 24, 2008.
Spain / Portugal: March 25, 2008.
Sweden / Finland / Hungary: March 26, 2008.
Mercenary's upcoming album "Architect Of Lies" will be released on:
- Monday, March 17th, 2008 (Denmark)
- Friday, March 21st, 2008 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, Italy)
- Monday, March 24th, 2008 (UK, France, Norway, Rest Of Europe)
- Tuesday, March 25th, 2008 (Spain, Portugal)
- March 26th, 2008 (Sweden, Finland, Hungary)
Total playing time is 52:03 and the Album cover art can be viewed at this location.
01. New Desire
03. Embrace The Nothing
04. This Black And Endless Never
05. Isolation (The Loneliness In December)
06. The Endless Fall
07. Black And Hollow
08. Execution Style
09. I Am Lies
10. Public Failure Number One
The band has also been confirmed to support Megadeth on the following select dates: