German doom metal collective Confusion Master has set November 19th as the release date of their sophomore album, Haunted. That will be out through Exile On Mainstream, and you can check out a teaser for the new album at this location.
And we’ll close with the new video from Los Angeles thrashers Fueled By Fire, for “Bloodshed”. That marks their first new material since 2013, so be sure to pick up Past…Present…No Future…Part 1, the first in a pair of two-song 7-inch releases.
On June 6th, Polish death metal crew Kult Mogił officially release Torn Away the Remains of Dasein to the world through Pagan Records. And today, we are thrilled to share the album in its entirety right here. Recorded with a new line-up, this album sees Kult Mogił explore a more classic form of the death metal genre. Give it a listen, start to finish, immediately after the jump. Continue reading →
2020 is, and has been, a dumpster fire of epic proportions—this is not news. All I can say is; ya’ll stay safe and stay well. Now, new metal time so let’s conjure up some actual good stuff, shall we? The best sludge band on the planet, 16, is back for another all killer, no filler eighth full length. These guys can do no wrong and for as long as they’ve been excellent at what they do, they just get better and better. Kult Mogił offers up a lightning rod of classic strained death metal full of speed and adrenaline that will raise the heart rate inside of its first twenty seconds, and Exhumed & Gruesome team up for a blood spraying, neck whipping, ass kicking split release from two different spectrums of death metal—two for one type of deal. Well, what are you waiting for? It all awaits, below. Continue reading →
Chances are if you’re a religious reader of this site, you’ve seen us talk about this album a lotrecently, and with good reason. Ols have put out an album that is at the same time haunting, gorgeous, terrifying and totally engrossing with Widma, and even though we’ve already tackled this subject, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to grab this promo and throw my own thoughts in the ring. By all means, though, go listen to the album premier. You have no excuses! This is Rainbows in the Dark, featuring the best of all things non-metal and metal-adjacent. Continue reading →
I’m out of words for much other than metal at this point. On that note, The Black Dahlia Murder lay down, quite possibly their best in a few years—so. damn. good., dark neofolk OLS mesmerize on their stunning effort, Oranssi Pazuzu put the capital P, B, and M in psychedelic black metal—no surprise to anyone I hope, and since every damn show every-damn-where is cancelled here comes Khemmis with a quick but great live EP that’ll bring back the good times. Tons more to follow so keep reading. Also, please support bands, labels, restaurants, and everything you can and in any way you can and if you can’t, don’t sweat it just hang in there. Continue reading →