Sure, we can start with Buckcherry I suppose. They’re teaming up with The Lacs for a winter tour kicking off on January 7th in Texas. Tickets, including VIP packages, go on sale this Friday at this location.
Underoath, a thing I’ve personally never cared for but many people very much do, have announced the “Digital Ghost” cinematic concert. It’s set for December 3rd, and serves as your first chance to hear Voyeurist in full. As a reminder, that album officially drops on January 14th.
It’s time for Episode 47 of The Horns Up Podcast, your weekly catch-up on all things metal!
This week, the guys discuss new albums from Royal Thunder, Crowhurst and Délétère, and Dan gushes about his fourth Diarrhea Planet concert—even though, okay, they’re not metal. Plus, a tribute to Khaotika and Wormreich following their tragic van accident.
All that and much, much more in this week’s episode, so check it out!
“The Hours of the Plague.” The title of the debut full-length from Délétère certainly translates to something formidable. While the Québécois black metallers have been at it since 2009, they’ve thus far only teased us with two EPs up to this point. All of a sudden, however, they’ve emerged in 2015 with a demo compilation called De Ritibus Morbiferis as well as the aforementioned full-length. I’ll be covering the demo a little later on; for now, I’d like to focus on Les Heures de la Peste, which has delivered in the manner its name would imply.
It’s new release Tuesday—time for another edition of Just the Tip! Here are the new releases we’ll be discussing on the podcast this week!
April 7, 2015
Royal Thunder – Crooked Doors (Relapse)
Crowhurst – Crowhurst (Ivory Antler)
Délétère – Les Heures de la Peste (Sepulchral Productions)
So, here’s the thing…Délétère doesn’t appear to believe in streaming services. This thing is nowhere to be found anywhere—Spotify, Bandcamp, you name it. We’ve got an advance copy, but we obviously can’t go around sharing that with everyone. So for now, YouTube audio of one of the songs on the album (put out by the band’s label, Sepulchal Productions) will have to do. So here’s “Laudes – Credo II”—give it a listen:
We’ll also have written reviews of these and other new releases here on the site throughout the week, but for now, take a listen and check back later this week for our spoken thoughts in Episode 47!