CANTO: Act of Denial, Cradle of Filth, Dreamshade, and More

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.
  • Act of Denial released a new single today, titled “Slave”, which features ex-Soilwork guitarist Pete Wichers. The supergroup’s debut album, Negative, is set for a release sometime later this year through Crusader Records.
  • Vincent Crowley released the first song and lyric video, “La Muerte”, from his upcoming Odium Records release. Beyond Acheron is set for a June release, so we’re still a few months out from that one.
  • 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.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

CANTO: Altarage, Toxicrose, Feed Them Death, and More

  • For those that give a shit about the Grammy Awards, Body Count won “Best Metal Performance”. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against Body Count and very much appreciate what they bring to the genre. But at the same time, the Grammys are just something I will never, ever, take seriously.
  • We’re still over a month from the release of Succomb, the upcoming new album from Altarage. But the good news is that this Monday came with the latest single from that album, titled “Forja”. Give it a listen here, and be feel free to pre-order the album over at Season of Mist.
  • Feed Them Death, the avantgarde extreme metal project, has a release date of May 7th for their third full-length, titled Negative. That will be out through Brucia Records, and you can check out a new track titled “Eulogic (Negative Dialektik)” at this location.
  • And we’ll close with the new music video from Toxicrose for “Domination”. I’ve never heard of this project, nor have I checked out this video, but they’re categorized as “trash glam metal”, and that can’t be anything other than a good time. That single is available through Crusader Records.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

CANTO: Trivium, Carnation, Kataklysm, and More


Holy Hell I am tired today. Thankfully, my new Churchburn hat showed up in the mail.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– cmb