Morning, y’all. What a weird world we’re waking up in. #Brexit actually happened yesterday, and while I hesitate to make knee-jerk, YOU’RE ALL FUCKED pronouncements here — I won’t pretend to know enough about the intricacies of it all to do so — it’s admittedly hard not to focus on it in the aftermath. I spent last night glued to Twitter in the wake of it all and didn’t get a ton of sleep, so our weekly whole new-metal distraction is most definitely a welcome one.
So, the new-metal distraction. What’ve we got this week? Well, somewhat appropriately, we start with Thèmes pour la rébellion, the latest from Québécois separatists Forteresse. Beyond that, we’ve got a new album from Mercyful Fate legends Michael Denner and Hank Shermann under their Denner / Shermann moniker, and new stuff from Völur, Kayo Dot and more. Check all that out below. For now, I’m back to the Twitter:
June 24, 2016
Forteresse – Thèmes pour la rébellion (Sepulchral Productions)
So, this thing wasn’t available on Spotify or Bandcamp at the time of posting. But it did premiere at Noisey last week, and you can — and should — go listen to it here.
Denner / Shermann – Masters of Evil (Metal Blade)
Völur – Disir (Prophecy)
Other New Releases of Note:
- Internal Suffering – Cyclonic Void of Power (Unique Leader)
- Black Fucking Cancer – Black Fucking Cancer (Osmose)
- Kayo Dot – Plastic House on Base of Sky (The Flenser)
- Waxen – Weihung auf Satan (Moribund)
- In Extremo – Quid pro Quo (Vertigo Berlin)
- Kvlthammer – Oath (self-release)
- Countless Skies – New Dawn (Kolony) [full review]
Keep it heavy,