Heathen and Arrival of Autumn are touring North America in March, starting on the 9th in Providence and wrapping up on the 26th in Philly. Here’s the full schedule.
Horizon Ignited released a new single titled “Carry Me”, which was previously only included on the vinyl version of Towards The Dying Lands. Give that a listen here.
I’m currently listening to Sky Void of Stars on vinyl as we speak, so it makes sense to celebrate the release date of Katatonia’s latest with the video for “Opaline”. Give it a watch below. As I mentioned, that album is out now through Napalm Records.
I’m sure there’s a lot more going, but I’m spent. Catch ya next week.
From there, we’ll jump over to Season of Mist to check out the new track from Stoned Jesus. This one is titled “Porcelain”, the title track from the sludge rock trio’s new album, with a release date still pending.
And then over at Prosthetic, Yatra shared a new single and visualizer for “Reign of Terror”. Check it out over at Distorted Sound. That’s the third single taken from Born into Chaos, which is set for a June 10th release.
Alright, one more post this week. And then it’s time to party. And by party, I probably mean nap.
Venom Inc. have announced details surrounding the sophomore album under that moniker. There’s Only Black will be out on September 23rd through Nuclear Blast, and a lyric video for “How Many Can Die” can be viewed here.
Swiss industrial metallers Samael released a new music video for “Dictate of Transparency”. They limited 7″ is available through Napalm Records, and can be purchased here. And that’s how we will end the week.
Last one of these this week, because apparently I’m flying somewhere tomorrow.
Let’s lead off with some new Wo Fat! The psychedelic doom veterans unveiled an epic new 14-minute single titled “Orphans of the Singe”. Check it out here. That’s taken from their upcoming new album, The Singularity, which drops on May 6th through Ripple Music.
We’re going to close out the day with The Wraith. The video for “Toil” (from 2019’s Gloom Ballet) has surfaced as a tribute to frontman Davey Bales, who sadly passed away a couple months ago. RIP. Give it a watch below.