This came through yesterday, but I wasn’t around so you’re getting it now. Death metal legends Obituary are releasing a new album on January 13 through Relapse Records titled Dying of Everything. Give “The Wrong Time” a listen here. It’s solid. Just my very unprofessional opinion.
I’ve been really into the new stuff emerging from In The Woods… lately, so we’ll head into the weekend with their new single titled “Master of None”. As a reminder, Diversum, is out on November 25 through Soulseller Records.
Skid Row are still doing Skid Row things, I suppose. So here’s a new lyric video for “October’s Song”, which inconveniently dropped the first Friday in November. Anyway, that’s taken from The Gang’s All Here, which is out now through earMusic.
Closing out, we have a big announcement from Insomnium. Their new concept album, Anno 1696, will be out on February 24 through Century Media. Today they unveiled the first sampling from their ninth album, “Lilian”. Give it a listen and watch directly below.
From there, we have new stuff from Fit For A King. The Hell We Create drops on October 28th through Solid State Records, and in the build up to that release, they gave us a new video for “Times Like This”. Give it a watch, and catch them on tour through November.
We’re going to close out the day, and for me perhaps the week, with some Harakiri For The Sky. Along with the announcement of the re-recordings of their first two albums, they also unveiled a music video for their take on “Mad World”, which you can check out below. And for those looking for new editions of Harakiri For The Sky and Aokigahara, they’ll be out on December 9th through AOP Records.
Hey look, another new track from a German black metal band that I absolutely adore. Waldgeflüster are releasing Dahoam on September 24th through AOP Records, and today they unveiled an epic new track titled “Am Tatzlwurm”, which features JJ from Harakiri for the Sky. It’s incredible.
Archspire unveiled the title track from their new album, Bleed The Future, and everything they do is a party so let’s toss that in as well. That album is out on October 29th through Season of Mist.
And we’ll close with the new video from Shy, Low, the instrumental rock collective out of Richmond. Check out “The Beacon” below, and keep an eye out for Snake Behind the Sun, which will be out on October 8th through Pelagic Records.
Belgian melodic death metal band Fragmentum are releasing their second album this coming April. Specifically, April 16th is set as the international release date of Masters Of Perplexity. I can’t find a link confirming that, so take my word for it. Keep an eye out for a new track, which we should expect later this week.
Dang, we have another band ending a 25 year hiatus. UK doom crew Enchantment are releasing a new album, comprised of material that was originally written for a 1994/1995 sophomore effort, through Transcending Obscurity and Cosmic Key Creations. More details coming soon…