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.
Why are the short weeks always the god damn longest?
Heavy Temple, a name I’m thrilled to be talking about again, have released the first single from their new album. Lupi Amoris is set for a June 18th release through Magnetic Eye Records (pre-order link, of course), and you can stream “The Maiden” right now.
Vulture have also shared information about their new album. Dealin’ Death will be released on May 21st through Metal Blade Records, and you can pre-order that here, while also checking out the new video for “Malicious Souls”. I encourage doing both.
Lastly, the new music video from melodic death metallers The Absence. Check out “Choirs of Sickness” immediately below, a new single from Coffinized. Their 5th studio release will be out on June 25th through M-Theory Audio.
Hello, everyone. Today was a rough one in our metal universe. We’ll start with one announcement and hopefully move onto some more positive news.
We lost another legend today. Entombed frontman, LG Petrov, passed away after a battle with cancer. I remember his announcement about his condition last August, and honestly this still doesn’t feel real. Entombed A.D. made a statement earlier today that you can read on their Facebook page. Fuck cancer.
And we’ll close with the new music video from Varmia for “Ten Blask Co Po Nim Śmierć” (“The Gleam and Then Death”). That track is taken from bal Lada, their third album, which drops this coming Friday through M-Theory Audio. Pre-orders available here.
Following their 2020 reissues of boris at last -feedbacker- and Absolutego through Third Man Records, Boris are self-releasing live tracks off of each of those albums this coming (Bandcamp) Friday. That’s the first time they will be available digitally, so you know what to do.
Let’s wrap it all up with a new lyric video from Skindred for “It’s A Crime”, which is taken from their upcoming reissue of Roots Rock Riot. That will be available on April, 23rd, so we’re still a couple months out, but you can pre-order it here regardless.