The Swedes Evergrey have revealed the second track off their forthcoming new album. This is also the second of a series of videos they will release after "Distance". The track they present now is called "The Paradox Of The Flame" and also features vocals by long-standing collaborator Carina Englund. Enjoy another cut from The Storm Within, more of a ballad, now here and share your thoughts about it.
Thrash icons Testament have revealed the track listing for their new album The Brotherhood Of The Snake, which is due for release on October 28th via Nuclear Blast. The album, which comes with a CD-Digi, poster and a size t-shirt, can be pre-ordered here. See the tracklist below.
As it has already been reported in our previous news, 40 Watt Sun will release their sophomore record Wider than the Sky this coming October. Now, the doom metal masters are honoured to present a very exclusive preview of the album with a 10-minute title track. It is available for streaming through the SoundCloud widget. Do not hesitate and check out the new track now!
Belgium metallers Oathbreaker will soon be releasing their third studio album, entitled Rheia. As a foretaste, the band presents the official music video for the tracks "10:56" / "Second Son Of R", available for streaming on the YouTube player down under. Video clip was directed, filmed and edited by Jeroen Mylle and Fabrice Parent.
Just a few days ago, Darkthrone revealed that their new album would be called Arctic Thunder and showed the album artwork. The Norwegian duo return with their first new studio material since 2013's triumphant The Underground Resistance, the album becoming the band's most successful release in recent years. Darkthrone's new album is due for release on 14th October through Peaceville. But today, there is new material to discover. It's "Tundra Leech".
We already knew that Anaal Nathrakh were working on a new studio album, but now they have finally revealed its details. Titled The Whole Of The Law, this new record merges their trademark ferocity with a reinvigorated sense of focus and insane hatred. The cover and song titles can be discovered now. For a first preview of the album, the new twisted single, "Depravity Favours The Bold", can be streamed below as much as you want. Do you like this first taste?
Insomnium presents the third trailer of Winter's Gate, their upcoming album. This gives us another chance to hear more excerpts of new music from the opus, a concept album which will feature one 40-minute long track. For now, the Finns haven't released any stream or video of the new song.
Broken Hope are about to unleash Mutilated & Assimilated. That is the title of their next album and follow-up to Omen Of Disease (2013). It pays tribute to John Carpenter's take on 'The Thing'. While the release date hasn't been revealed yet, all of the rhythm tracks were played on guitars originally owned by late Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman. The death metallers have been working in the studio to create the next release.
Death metallers Auroch just shared a brand new tune! The new violent aural experience, "He Wreaths The Cross", can be enjoyed below via SoundCloud. This track will appear on their upcoming opus, Mute Books, due out on Profound Lore this October 21st. Do you approve?
According to Finnish metal magazine Inferno, former melodic death metallers Cryhavoc vocalist Kaapro Ikonen has just passed away. Kaapro Ikonen was always the singer of Cryhavoc from their inception in 1992 until they disbanded in 1999. He lost his battle with cancer.
Havok announced on their Facebook page they will not take part in the upcoming Megadeth U.S. tour with Amon Amarth, Suicidal Tendencies and Metal Church, the reason being that they were "offered an unacceptable management contract" from Mustaine Management, headed up by Dave Mustaine's son Justis. Whether Havok will be replaced on the aforementioned tour is unknown for now. However, Dave Mustaine has denied Havok's statement on Twitter.
Alternative metal icons Faith No More will reunite with former singer Chuck Mosley for two shows in California this week in celebration of the reissue of their long-out of print 1985 debut album, We Care A Lot, which is due for release this Friday via KoolArrow Records. The first date will take place tomorrow (August 18th) in San Francisco at the Great American Music Hall. The second show will take place two days later at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, and will be an acoustic set.
With the new Spotify Landmark documentary series, Landmark - Metallica: The Early Years, fans will get a chance to look back on the start of Metallica's career. Spotify's first music documentary will debut on August 18th and will feature four episodes. For now, a trailer has been released to whet your appetite. Watch it here!
Slayer guitarist Kerry King recently told Jägermeister that the band has some leftover material for their follow-up to last year's Repentless, but has no plans to re-enter the studio until at around 2018. So, don't expect a new Slayer album in the near future.
Icelandic warriors Skálmöld revealed recently their new album details, for the release of Vögguvisir Ygdrasils. Now it's time for music. The band has shared the new song "Niðavellir" online. You can hear it on the YouTube player below. The video features the band members hearing the song and reacting to it.