I feel like this week didn’t really happen… is that healthy?
- Darkest Hour are distributing Live in Lockdown – The Complete Collection in the near future via their Patreon. There will be audio and video formats of their online performance from last September, including limited colored vinyl.
- Accept went ahead and shared a new single with us today, which is fun. This one is called “Zombie Apocalypse”, taken from Too Mean To Die. That album, their 16th studio album, drops on January 29th through Nuclear Blast.
- Canadian death metal crew Depths Of Hatred, with new vocalist William Arseneau, have a new album dropping on March 19th. Inheritance will be available through Prosthetic Records, and you can listen to the second single from that album, “Sadistic Trials”, right now.
- We’ll close today with one of my favorite projects coming out of Iceland. This is the new video for “Hvítamyrkur” from Katla. That track is taken from their second full-length album, Allt þetta helvítis myrkur, available through Prophecy.
“Ein Bier… bitte.”