Grand Cadaver, the Swedish death metal project featuring a number of familiar names, shared a new track titled “Vortex of Blood”. Their second album, Deities Of Deathlike Sleep, is out on August 25 through Majestic Mountain.
Closing out, the new video from Carnation for “Cursed Mortality” can be found below. That’s the title-track from their upcoming new album, which is out November 3 through Season of Mist.
We’ll lead off with a couple of tours. The first features Dreadnought, who have July and August dates with Izthmi and Immortal Bird, respectively. That tour celebrates their 10 years, and the full schedule can be found here.
Hypocrisy dropped a video for “They Will Arrive”, and that’s obviously the note we’re going to end on. Give it a watch below. That track, of course, is taken from 2021’s Worship, which is out through Nuclear Blast.
Boston day tomorrow, so we’ll see how long I can keep this post going this week.
Tool announced a North American tour, with dates mostly in October and November (preceded by Louder Than Life Festival on September 22). Tickets for those dates go on sale this coming Friday. Maybe I’ll give it a shot…
Imperial Triumphant covered Radiohead’s “Paranoid Android”. That single was released through Century Media and comes ahead of their European tour. It’s the first in a series of covers, and the video for it can be seen here.
Another tour! Overkillhave North American July dates with labelmates Exhorder and Heathen. Those tickets, of course, also go on sale this coming Friday.
Italian death metal project Sludge Keeper are releasing their debut, Slough Of Despair, on July 14 through Selfmadegod Records. Give “Mud Keepers” a listen here.
I know this matters to a couple folks at 9C (spoiler: I’m not one of them). Drab Majesty is dropping a new EP on August 25 through Dais Records titled An Object in Motion. The video for “Vanity” can be found directly below.
Hearing Thantifaxath’s debut full-length Sacred White Noise for the first time in 2014 formed an epiphany, an immediate realization of witnessing the manifestation of an instant contemporary classic in the field of black metal, a work of art almost too strange, horrifying and beautiful to comprehend, and one that has stood the test of time. Those of us ravenously chasing the first high of experiencing the album got their fix in the form of 2017’s magnificent, and aptly titled, Void Masquerading as Matter EP. At long last, we have Hive Mind Narcosis, a new portal to the collective creative psyche of Thantifaxath.
Closing out our Monday (at long last), we have the video for the new song from The Old Dead Tree, titled “Terrified”. They’ll be performing at Hellfest Open Air on June 18, and their last album, The End, was a 2020 release through Season of Mist.