Next up, we have fresh stuff from Thy Art Is Murder. Give the visualizer for “Until There Is No Longer” a watch. That track will be featured on the upcoming Nuclear Blast mini-album titled The Aggression Sessions, which also features the likes of Malevolence and Fit For An Autopsy, and is set for an April 7 release.
Ihsahn just dropped the Fascination Street Sessions EP, so let’s check out some stuff from that. Give “The Observer” a listen, a track that features Øystein H. Aadland. That collection, by the way, is out through Candlelight.
Life is chaos, so these may not come around as frequently as they used to.
I was psyched to see this emerge today. Check out this multi-camera video of the Obsequiae Fire In The Mountains set. If you look closely enough, you may see some of 9C’s own in the audience and/or photo pit. I personally haven’t looked close enough to confirm or deny.
Machine Head announced some upcoming U.S. dates. Public tickets sales for their Electric Happy Hour (Live) tour go on sale this coming Friday. Those links, along with the schedule and any other details you may need, can be found here.
It’s time for me to move on with my evening, so we’ll wrap up with the latest from Sortilège. Check out the new music video for “Vampire” below. Their recently released new album, Apocalypso, is available through Season of Mist.
Veil Of Maya announced details surrounding their first album in over half a decade. That effort, [m]other, will be out through Sumerian Records on May 12. Check out the brand new track, “Red Fur”, here. They’re also on tour in April and May with Avatar and Orbit Culture.
Thanks to this wonderful team and their coverage, I have been on a serious Enslaved kick all day.
Cloak is popular around this corner of the internet, so let’s start there. Their third full-length album, Black Eternal Flame, is scheduled for a May 26 release through Season of Mist. Give the music video for “Invictus” a peak here, the first material off the forthcoming album, of course.