King Parrot will joining, and by that I mean opening, the Philip H. Anselmo And The Illegals livestream event scheduled for April 9th (next week). If you don’t have a ticket yet, you can scoop one up here. Early bird pricing ends tonight. Just a heads up there.
And we’ll head into our collective weekend festivities with the new visualizer from Alluvial for “Thy Underling”. That track is taken from their upcoming new album, Sarcoma, which is set for a May 28th release through Nuclear Blast.
Insomnium semi-surprised us with a new single and video, titled “The Conjurer”. That’s available through Century Media, and it’s as epic and impressive as you would expect. Insomnium continues to do no wrong. Pick up the single here, and watch the video below.
Horrendous are the latest to announce a live streamed concert. They’ve teamed up with Saint Vitus Bar for the event, which is scheduled for March 19th at 7:00 EST, and the stream will be available for a full 48 hours if that time isn’t ideal. Get your tickets and additional information here.
Act Of Denial, a supergroup of sorts, has signed on to a deal with Crusader Records, and their debut album, Negative, is scheduled for a release this year. First and foremost, however, they’ve also announced a new single that will be out on March 29th. Check out the preview for “Slave” right here.
And lastly, the new music video from thrash crew Mordred. This is “Love of Money”, taken from their 2020 EP Volition. Give it a watch immediately below.
Greetings once again, y’all. As another week comes to a close, we’ve got another batch of killer songs that we’ve been listening to in our free time to share with you. It’s a crazy time of year for music listening; there’s a push to finish out the year listening to all the albums still coming out in the next three weeks while also going back over everything that came out earlier in the year to flesh out those year-end lists we all love to read (and yell about) so much. For now, forget about deadlines and distractions, and enjoy our weekly present to you. Catch you next week.
You know what’s adorable? Carcass being fans of Babymetal. You know what’s more adorable? The fact that I know next to nothing about Babymetal. Yes, my compatriot has reported on it. I still know nothing.