If you need some more traditional metal in your life tonight, here’s a new one from Maule, titled “Sword Woman”. That’s taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album, which drops on the 14th through Gates of Hell Records.
We’re going to end the day on a high note. A personal, local favorite of mine, KYOTY, are releasing a new album titled Isolation on February 24th through Deafening Assembly. Check out the video for “Quarantine” below.
Metal internet continues to prove incredibly stupid… aside from this little project obviously.
Leading things off, we have Arch Enemy, who released a new single and video titled “Deceiver, Deceiver”. The video was directed by Patric Ullaeus, which is always notable. I feel like it’s been a bit since we got anything new from Arch Enemy, so I’m pretty about all this.
Finnish melodic death metal crew Re-Armed are celebrating their 20-year journey with the release of a new EP, titled simply XX. That will officially be released on January 27th through Inverse Records, but feel free to give “As the Stars Align” a listen right now.
Since I’ve been listening to a ton of doom today, I’m going to toss in the new track from Dying Hydra as well. It’s called “Earliest Root”, and can be viewed over here.
We’ll wrap up Thursday with Death Angel. Their new live album, The Bastard Tracks, drops on November 26th through Nuclear Blast. The clip below for “Where They Lay” can be viewed immediately below.
Igorrr have announced a North American tour next February and March with Melt-Banana and Vowws. This will be their first trek in support of Spirituality and Distortion, which is pretty cool. There’s some time to kill before these dates, but you can find tickets here.
And we’ll close with the new track from Hundred Headless Horsemen, “Echoes”. That’s the first single from the psychedelic death metal collective’s new album, Apokalepsia, which will be out on May 21st.
Absolutely heart-breaking news to share today about the passing of Power Trip frontman Riley Gale. At this time, we don’t know exactly what happened, but I’m sure more information will emerge eventually. For now, let’s just recognize that metal lost a great one. Our thoughts are with those close to Riley. RIP.
We’ll close the day with a new video from symphonic metallers Memoira for a track called “Shooting Star”, taken from the album Carnival of Creation. That is set for a September 25th release through Inverse Records.