Medieval black metallers (a genre the world needs more of, FYI) Heltekvad have released a new track from their Eisenwald debut, titled “Eder og Hæder”. Morgenrødens Helvedesherre is out on March 25th, and can be purchased here.
And we shall transition into Friday with the new video Desaster for “Learn To Love The Void” because, well, the title of that song is my spirit animal. Give it a watch below. Churches Without Saints dropped last June through Metal Blade.
How many weeks in a row have I said “if I can just get to Friday…”? Oh yeah, all of them.
One more (at least) massive tour announcement to share. Behemoth are heading back to North America with Arch Enemy, Napalm Death, and Unto Others. Those dates run from April 16th through May 15th, and tickets go on sale this coming Friday.
Cradle of Filth have announced “The Infernal Vernal Equinox” stream, scheduled for March 20th. They’ll be performing Dusk… and Her Embrace in full, along with other fan favorites. Tickets are available here.
Heilung have announced a 2022 North American tour, running from late August through October 1st. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at this location, if you happen to be interested in that one. As an added perk, one tree will be planted for each ticket sold. I support things like that.
As you’ve learned by now, we always share Moon Tooth things, so here’s a video for “The Conduit”. They have a few shows coming up later this month before, what I assume will be, a busy 2022.
Arch Enemy are back with a new single and video, titled “House of Mirrors”, and that’s how we’ll close out the day. That’s the first new material we’ve heard from them in a minute, and it’s available for purchase here.
Metal internet continues to prove incredibly stupid… aside from this little project obviously.
Leading things off, we have Arch Enemy, who released a new single and video titled “Deceiver, Deceiver”. The video was directed by Patric Ullaeus, which is always notable. I feel like it’s been a bit since we got anything new from Arch Enemy, so I’m pretty about all this.
Finnish melodic death metal crew Re-Armed are celebrating their 20-year journey with the release of a new EP, titled simply XX. That will officially be released on January 27th through Inverse Records, but feel free to give “As the Stars Align” a listen right now.
Since I’ve been listening to a ton of doom today, I’m going to toss in the new track from Dying Hydra as well. It’s called “Earliest Root”, and can be viewed over here.
We’ll wrap up Thursday with Death Angel. Their new live album, The Bastard Tracks, drops on November 26th through Nuclear Blast. The clip below for “Where They Lay” can be viewed immediately below.
Cattle Decapitation have announced a North American tour with Atheist, Full of Hell, Primitive Man, Author & Punisher, and Vitriol. Some of those names are swapped on certain dates, but either way this is an absolutely massive, massive bill. Dates run from November 22nd through December 22nd.
I want to close with something fun because, again, today was stupid. Here is Wildstreet with “Tennessee Cocaine”. It actually dropped on the 22nd, but didn’t make it into our inbox until today. OH WELL.