One of my favorite black metal projects, Waldgeflüster, are releasing their sixth album on September 24th. Dahoam will be out through AOP Records, and you can check out the lyric video for the first single, “Im Ebersberger Forst”, right here.
Rotting Christ are reissuing Der Perfekte Traum on vinyl, an EP originally released back in 1999. It will be available on September 3rd, with a couple different variants, exclusively through Vinylstore.gr.
Cradle of Filth have announced a special Halloween show, which will take place at The Roundhouse in London. It’ll serve as the album release show for Existence Is Futile, which drops on the 22nd through Nuclear Blast. And a memorable release show I’m sure it will be.
And we’ll close with some more black metal. This is the incredibly entertaining new music video from Furze for “Black Psych Tormentor”. That’s the title-track from a new album, set for an October 22nd release.
This has been a very bizarre Monday, let me tell ya.
We heard new stuff from Cradle of Filth at the end of last week, so we may as well follow all that up with a new tour announcement. They’ll mark their return to the United States in October with 3Teeth and Once Human. Those shows will include a full performance of the 1998 album Cruelty and the Beast, which is fun.
Thrash collective Mantic Ritual have reunited after a decade-long hiatus, and signed on with M-Theory Audio. It looks like they are preparing a new EP, which we would see sometime before the end of the year. Furthermore, for those left coast friends of mine, you can catch them live on August 26th at Supply & Demand. Dope.
I’ve been impressed with Prophecy Productions releases recently, so let’s close with the new video single from Illudium for “Sempervirens”. That track is taken from Ash of the Womb, which is set for an October 15th release. Pre-orders can be snagged here.
Honestly, these Fridays don’t even feel like Fridays anymore.
Pre-orders for the new Cradle of Filth album, Existence Is Futile, officially went live. So here’s the link for that, as well as the new single and music video for “Crawling King Chaos”. This is a fun thing to absorb at the end of a long week, not gonna lie.
Baltimore psychedelic project Darsombra have released a video for a live performance of “Call The Doctor”, filmed in the Utah desert. That setting is honestly mesmerizing. The duo has some live performances coming up in August as well, for those that can swing it.
Anybody else just… not feeling it today? God damn.
Cradle of Filth have postponed their live stream event to May 12th. To be honest, I don’t even remember what date it was originally scheduled for, but it sounds like the postponement was due to new album business. Get your tickets here, and keep an eye out for Existence Is Futile later this year.
I’m not entirely sure what a Dreamshade is, but that sounds like a good video to close with. Check out the clip for “Safe Harbour” immediately below, and be sure to scoop up A Pale Blue Dot, which is out now.
Following their 2020 reissues of boris at last -feedbacker- and Absolutego through Third Man Records, Boris are self-releasing live tracks off of each of those albums this coming (Bandcamp) Friday. That’s the first time they will be available digitally, so you know what to do.
Let’s wrap it all up with a new lyric video from Skindred for “It’s A Crime”, which is taken from their upcoming reissue of Roots Rock Riot. That will be available on April, 23rd, so we’re still a couple months out, but you can pre-order it here regardless.