July 13, 2017
Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from yesterday:
- Leading off, Satyricon has revealed the title of its upcoming album: Deep Calleth Upon Deep. It’s the band’s ninth studio record, and will drop September 22 via Napalm Records. You can peep the cover art here.
- Pelican has announced tour dates with Inter Arma and something called a Jaye Jayle in separate runs in August and October, respectively. Do yourself a favor and catch these guys if you can. Preferably on the Inter Arma leg because good lord, what a bill.
- Speaking of tour dates, Today is the Day have announced a new leg for their Temple of the Morning Star 20th anniversary run. The added dates will run through September and cover such thriving metropoli as Ferndale, Michigan and Johnson City, Tennessee.
- Philly hardcore group Jesus Piece has signed with Southern Lord, who will issue the band’s debut LP sometime next year. I don’t know Jesus Piece that well, but I’d tend to trust Greg Anderson’s judgement. Also: Philly, woo!
- And finally, here’s a video for the new Incantation song, “Messiah Nostrum”:
That was fine, I guess. Incantation’s new album, Profane Nexus, drops August 11 via Relapse. Anyway, that’ll do it for now — check back soon for our next edition!
Keep it heavy,