CANTO: Saint Vitus, Deafheaven, Northwest Terror Fest, and More


I should do my taxes eventually…

  • Saint Vitus dropped a new track today called “12 Years In The Tomb”. Their self-titled album will drop on May 17th. This doesn’t apply to me, but they’ve got some shows in Europe coming up soon as well.
  • You know who else dropped a new song today? Deafheaven. It’s called “Black Brick” and holy shit do I enjoy it. It’s like… super heavy and stuff. These guys are the freaking best.
  • The full Northwest Terror Fest lineup has been announced. The festival takes place in Seattle from May 30th to June 1st. I could list off some notable names here, but the reality is that most of them kick ass and I’m jealous I can’t go. So here’s a link to tickets and info instead.
  • Aaaaand a music video from The Three Tremors for “Bullets For The Damned”, just in case you were looking for some excessively entertaining/hilarious heavy metal.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– cmb

CANTO: The Crown, Immortal, Northwest Terror Fest, and More


1/8/2018. I have to work five days this week. GARBAGE.

  • The Crown have announced a new album, Cobra Speed Venom, will be out March 16th through Metal Blade. You can check out a new track called “Iron Crown” here.
  • The Northwest Terror Fest 2018 lineup is herePanopticon, Falls Of Rauros, False and so many more. This thing is loaded. I can’t go, but holy actual shit.
  • Abbath-less Immortal’s new album is complete! I don’t really know what to expect from it, but it sounds like it’ll be available for us later this year.
  • Yay! Another new track from Tribulation. This one is for “Lady Death”, off of the upcoming new album (obviously).

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– cmb

Donuts & CANTO: Rammstein, Meshuggah, Origin and more!

rammstein band 2017

June 5, 2017

Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from over the weekend:

    • Leading off, Rammstein‘s Friday evening set at the Rock Am Ring festival was cancelled as the festival was forced to evacuate due to concerns over a possible terrorism threat. Thankfully, nothing came of the threat and the festival was able to resume the next day.

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