Today has been crazy, so let’s see what I can dig up in like 15 minutes.
Entertainment One (eOne) is releasing a limited edition vinyl repressing of Time Heals Nothing, the Crowbar classic that was released originally back in 1995. There will only be 1000 copies, split between the US and EU/UK. Grab your copy today right here.
August Burns Red have announced the Guardian Sessions EP, set for an April 16th release through Fearless Records. Pre-order it here, and check out “Icarus”, a new track that includes a vocal cameo from bassist Dustin Davidson.
Body Count ended up releasing that fan-created music video for “The Hate Is Real”, another track taken from Carnivore. I’ve dabbled in some video editing in recent years, and damn… I got nothing. Good stuff here, check it out below.
I think we should close with some Venezuelan death metal. This is the new video from Sentencia for “En Las Sombras”, a track taken from Solve et Coagula, which is set for a July 31st release through Wormholedeath/The Orchard. Enjoy!
It wasn’t that I missed this, it was that I didn’t care about Canto for the last few months. But now we have Canto again, which means we finally mention the new Slipknot song. I give you… “All Out Life”.
The video of the day comes to us from Gozu. This one is for “They Probably Know Karate”. They’ll be on the Metal Alliance Tour, which should be fun for them.
Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from yesterday:
Leading off, GWAR has announced its first studio album since the tragic passing of frontman Dave Brockie. The album will be called The Blood of Gods, and will drop this fall on Metal Blade. Here’s hoping for a positive turnout on this one.