Good morning weekend warriors. On this edition of our Saturday morning mixtape we have a slew of new singles from Feminazgûl, Wolves in the Throne Room, Deafheaven, Lantlôs, and more. Plus, we’ve got a twenty-three minute jam care of our own Anton, some doom, and even the requisite screamo jam. Tune in down below.
Fractal Universe have announced “The Impossible Horizon – Alive” livestream event. That is, of course, in support of The Impossible Horizon, which just dropped via Metal Blade. The event is scheduled for July 25th, and they’ll be performing the album in its entirety. Tickets are available here.
Deafheaven premiered a new track, which we obviously need to include. This one is titled “The Gnashing”, and it’s further evidence that Infinite Granite is going to be some kind of incredible. That album drops on August 20th through Sargent House.
That’s enough for today. I’m spent and have a crazy week ahead of me. So let’s close with some Italian melodic death metal… because of football going to Rome and stuff. Here’s the new video from Hell’s Guardian for “Sentenced”.
I don’t even know where to begin with today’s updates!
Yes I do. It’s Deafheaven. All the details we were looking for regarding a new album are with us now. Infinite Granite will be out on August 20th through Sargent House, and can be pre-ordered here. Better yet, you can check out the first new track from that album, “Great Mass of Color”, through either YouTube or Bandcamp.
I’ve heard a lot of good things about the new Dornenreich album, Du wilde Liebe sei, but I haven’t checked anything out myself yet. That will change today with the release of “Das Sehnen von Mond und Sonne”, available for streaming here. That album is out this coming Friday through Prophecy.
And we’ll close with the new video from Behemoth, a band I don’t mention nearly as much as I used to. It’s for “Shadows Ov Ea Cast Upon Golgotha”, which is taken from last year’s EP, A Forest. Check it out below.
Anti-Flag have announced a North American tour, which will include two legs. The first run is in September with Dog Party, Grumpster, and Oxymorrons, and then the second leg falls in November with Bad Cop/Bad Cop and Doll Skin. Tickets are available here.
And we’ll close with the very fresh new video from Nonpoint for “Ruthless”. Legit, this just premiered a couple hours ago. “Ruthless” is the title-track from their latest EP, available here. Ok, I gotta run. Quite literally.
This week get you down? Too much monkey business? All of the above? It’s Saturday. Finally. Put the week in your rearview and focus on our Saturday morning mixtape of things we’ve been cranking this week. We’ve got a Slay At Home performance from The Lion’s Daughter, some Opeth, YOB, Schammasch, Hammer King, Beggar, Cloud Rat, Craven Idol, and several more from all over the music spectrum. So, let the rough side drag and jam with us.