Metal internet is hilarious, and also the worst. What? Anyway, it’s a slower day so let’s find some stuff to share.
We’ll lead off with Hangman’s Chair, the dark doom collective out of France. Today they unveiled a new track, “Loner”, with accompanying video. That’s out through Nuclear Blast, and you can stream it pretty much wherever you’d like.
Hunters Moon have set November 26th as the release date for The Great Pandemonium. The black metallers debut will be out through Hells Headbangers. Pre-order it here, and just a heads up that the vinyl release will come sometime next year. Check out the new track, “Hearse for a Barren Earth, right now.
Imperial Congregation, the latest from Blood Red Throne, was officially released today. So naturally we’ll close with their new video for “Transparent Existence”. Give it a watch below, and order the album here (out through Nuclear Blast).
Hello one and all and welcome back to another mixtape of “what we’ve been listening to around the water cooler.” It’s Saturday so it’s TIIIIMmmeee. Reading that is a lot flatter than how it sounds on primetime MMA but, just know that’s the vibe I’m going for. As always we’ve got a ton to dig into; Kowloon Walled City (FINALLY), a new one from Massacre, gory stuff from Heads For The Dead, a kick ass new track from Sarke, likewise from Atræ Bilis, and same from Hippotraktor and Blood Red Throne. And, of course, many more from all across the heavier spectrum. So, smash that play button below and be somebody.
The guys discuss the latest announcements about the forthcoming Maryland Deathfest XV, then Corey highlights his first-ever trip to Chicago for the inaugural Chicago Open Air festival. Plus, new music from Vow of Thorns, Psalm Zero, Blood Red Throne and others!
All that and much, much more in Episode 50, so check it out!
Halfway through July, and we’ve got another busy week of new metal releases for you cretins. For starters, Norwegian deathsters Blood Red Throne return with Union of Flesh and Machine, their seventh album in the last 13 years. (Can’t fault a band for being steady!) We’ve also got Stranger to Violence from Psalm Zero — the Queens outfit’s final release with recently-dismissed guitarist Andrew Hock.
Beyond that, North Carolina’s MAKE return with Pilgrimage of Loathing less than a year removed from their previous album, The Golden Veil. Plus, new stuff from Caïna, Ecferus and more. So let’s dive in and take a listen. Here’s what’s we’ve got this week: Continue reading →