Look here, we enjoy doing these playlists and sharing what we, collectively, have been listening to over the past week. And, it’s a great opportunity to share some really amazing track premieres too – always a plus. At the end of the day though, we do it to share all this with YOU as our little way of making the weekend better. With that said, feel free to tell us in the comments if you dig these things or not. And if not, what would you change or do different? Anyway, we’ve got another heaping pile of picks from across the spectrum of metal, and beyond, so hit the play button and crank it.
Folks, it’s Saturday. The day that felt like it’d never come. But alas and long week be damned it’s time for whatever it is you do when you’re not paying the bills. And of course we’re here to help soundtrack the whole thing with another loaded playlist of the things we’ve been jamming this week. We’ve got tons of death metal, some hardcore..ish sludge, a little bit of black metal, a lot of stuff in between, and we close the whole thing down with a tribute to Des Kensel who just announced his departure from High On Fire, sad news. Go, hit the play button, and let the rough side drag. Oh, if you were subscribed to our YouTube channel you could’ve had this playlist last night so do that right here.
Texas death metallers Creeping Death have announced a whole bunch of stuff. First, their debut full-length, titled Wretched Illusions, will be out on September 27th via Entertainment One. Secondly, you can catch them on tour pretty much the rest of year with either Inter Arma or High On Fire and Power Trip. Finally, they also dropped a video for “Bloodlust Contamination”. Check all that stuff out in the link above.
Let’s close with a new video from Eradikator for “Nightmare Dawning”. They have a new album set to drop in early August called Obscura via Divebomb Records.
Updates from Dead To A Dying Worldare always welcomed. Having joined the Profound Lore roster, the Texas-based dark metal band have announced their next album, Elegy will be out April 19th. And I cannot fucking wait.
Japanese metal group Crystal Lake have dropped a new music video for “Lost in Forever”. You can catch them on tour over the next couple months with August BurnsRed, Fit For A King, and Miss May I for their first tour of the U.S.