Due to financial and personal matters, American sludge metallers The Atlas Moth have had to cancel their upcoming European tour with Closet Disco Queen, which should've started at the massive French festival Hellfest on June 21st.
Due to Visa problems, Norwegian black metallers Taake are unable to proceed with the band's upcoming North American tour, which should've started this Sunday (14/6), with American metallers Wolvhammer and Young And In The Way as main support.
Technical death metallers Rivers Of Nihil have announced the release Monarchy, the band's second full-length and follow-up to 2013's The Conscious Seed of Light, due out August 21st through Metal Blade Records, available for pre-order here. Monarchy features the band's new members, drummer Alan Balamut and guitarist Jon Topore, and artwork by the self-taught and talented artist Dan Seagrave.
Waterford, Michigan-based melodic death metallers The Black Dahlia Murder are stoked to announce the release of Abysmal, the follow-up to 2013's Everblack, is due out September 18th worldwide through Metal Blade Records. The band will unveil pre-orders and the first track from the album on June 24th.
With nearly 20 years on their shoulders, Canadian heavy metal champions 3 Inches Of Blood are calling it a day. 3 Inches Of Blood will perform their final show in Vancouver, BC, the band's hometown, and will feature a lot of surprises for the audience.
German avantgardists Todtgelichter have had a small competition for the fans to figure out the title for the band's upcoming album, which today was revealed to be Rooms. Come June, Todtgelichter will reveal a studio report from the recording of the album, due out later this year.
San Diego deathgrinders Cattle Decapitation are stoked to announce the release of The Anthropocene Extinction, due out on August 7th through Metal Blade Records. The Anthropocene Extinction was recorded, mixed and mastered by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio, while long-time collaborator Wes Benscoter created the artwork. The opening track, "Manufactured Extinct", is now available for public consumption below.
Due to disputes between the band members and frontman Jürgen Bartsch's illness, long-running German metallers Bethlehem are calling it a day, 24 years after its inception. The band released its latest album Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia and the boxset Hau Ab, collecting the band's full-lengths, EPs and demos, last year.
The Danish death metallers Undergang are stoked to announce the band's third full-length, Døden Læger Alle Sår ("Death heals all wounds"), due out July 10th through Dark Descent Records, on CD and digital formats, while Me Saco Un Ojo Records will release the album on vinyl.
Following the release of 2011's Die Miserable, with various EPs and a split with Fistfuck, which can be streamed here, in between, the Canadian noisegrinders Fuck The Facts are excited to announce the release of Desire Will Rot, due out August 25th through the band's own label, Noise Salvation.
With a new album previously announced, Australian one-man band Midnight Odyssey reveal a second new track, entitled "Starlight Oblivion", for your listening pleasure at No Clean Singing or below. "Starlight Oblivion" comes off of the band's upcoming double album, Shards Of Silver Fade, due out June 8th through I, Voidhanger Records.
With two songs previously released, Polish experimental grinders Antigama now release the streaming of The Insolent in its entire on the Bandcamp page of the band's label. The Insolent is due out tomorrow, May 7th, through Selfmadegod Records.
Norwegian avantgardists In The Woods... are proud to announce multi-instrumentalist James "Mr. Fog" Fogarty (Ewigkeit) to the roster. James Fogarty will handle the organ and backing vocals to the band's upcoming as-yet-untitled full-length album.