Knotfest Roadshow has announced September and October dates with the likes of Ice Nine Kills and Crown The Empire. Tickets will be available at this location, with presales kicking off tomorrow and general this coming Friday.
From there, we have some new black metal. White Rune are releasing Dawn of the White Rune on August 19th through Hammer of Hate. Check out the new track, “Crimson Lament”, right now.
Lastly, the top item of the day (in my book), is the news out of the In Flames camp. They’ve signed a fresh deal with Nuclear Blast, but more importantly they also release a new single titled “State of Slow Decay”. And I gotta tell ya, I’m really into it. Give it a watch and listen below.
Days off no longer exist. Apparently. Late-stage capitalism sure is fun.
Anomalie, one my favorite black metal projects, has set November 5th as the release date for Tranceformation. Their fourth studio album will be out through AOP Records, and you can stream the first new track from that effort, “Trance II: Relics”, right here.
Deathsomnia released You Will Never Find Peace last Friday through Isolation Records, and today they gave us a new video for “Void Oblivion”. That track features Gabriel Franco of Unto Others (formerly Idle Hands), which is an added bonus.
And then we’ve got new material from Emma Ruth Rundle, another one of my personal favorites. Engine of Hell is also set for a November 5th release through Sargent House, and a clip for “Return” is available right here.
Oh shit! I almost forgot about this from yesterday. Kowloon Walled City officially have a new album on the horizon. Piecework will be out on October 8th through Gilead Media and Neurot Recordings.
Zombies are fun, so let’s close with the new clip from Ice Nine Kills for “Rainy Day”. That’s taken from their upcoming new album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood, which is out on October 15th through Fearless Records.
I went to the gym today. That was, clearly, a mistake.
Ice Nine Kills, a thing I normally don’t pay much attention to, deserve some props here. To help raise funds for wildfire relief in Australia, they’ve released a new, special edition shirt. 100% of profits will be donated. That’s a good number.
It wasn’t that I missed this, it was that I didn’t care about Canto for the last few months. But now we have Canto again, which means we finally mention the new Slipknot song. I give you… “All Out Life”.
The video of the day comes to us from Gozu. This one is for “They Probably Know Karate”. They’ll be on the Metal Alliance Tour, which should be fun for them.