Body Count have announced a fan contest for the upcoming new music video for “The Hate Is Real”, from Carnivore. They’re letting fans submit their own videos, and they’ll use their favorite as the next official Body Count music video.
Sarin, the post-metal crew out of Toronto, have signed on with Prosthetic Records. Their third full-length album, You Can’t Go Back, is out on February 5th. For a taste, give “Reckoner” a listen while you’re at that Bandcamp link.
And we’ll close with the latest from Asphyx, “The Nameless Elite”. That track is taken from Necroceros, which is out on January 22nd through Century Media, in case you needed a reminder. Catch the video directly below.
A little more prog metal to close out the day (and likely week, for me). Here is the new video from Scardust for “Stranger”. That’s the title-track from their upcoming new album, which drops on October 30th through M-Theory Audio.
Infera Bruo dropped some album news today as well. Rites of the Nameless is lined up for an October 16th release through Prosthetic Records, and, as always, this type of announcement always comes with new music. Here is “Mining Shadows For Unlight.”
Oceans Of Slumber shared their new video today for “The Colors of Grace”, a track taken from the upcoming self-titled release. That album drops on September 4th through Century Media Records.
We’ll start with Korpiklaani, who released a new version of “Beer Beer”. This time, it’s “Bira Bira”, featuring Jesper Anastasiadis of Turisas. Check out the new lyric video here. Frankly, anything beer related is exactly what I’m looking for.