So let’s start with Wolves in the Throne Room, who have announced an early 2022 North American tour with Uada and Full of Hell. Those dates run in January and February, starting and ending in the Pacific Northwest. Tickets go on sale this coming Friday.
Extreme metal collective Apes have signed on Translation Loss Records, and have announced a new EP titled Lullabies For Eternal Sleep. In conjunction, they also gave us this vicious new music video for “Cornwall”, the opening track from said EP.
And last but certainly not least, we’ll wrap up with Omnium Gatherum, one of our longtime favorites. The video for “Reckoning” can be found below. That’s another new one off of Origin, which is out on November 5th through Century Media.
I’ve been back at work one day and I’m already prepared to sprint into the woods without return.
This announcement is a couple days old, but it’s still worth sharing. The Ocean are releasing Phanerozoic Live on November 26th (through Pelagic Records, of course). The 3LP features both streaming performances of the Phanerozoic concept album, as well as access to HD video. Oh so tempting.
We’ll close with death metal veterans Hate, who released a new video for “Resurgence”. That track is taken from Rugia, their 12th full-length album, which will be out on October 15th through Metal Blade Records.
All That Remains are celebrating the 15th anniversary of The Fall of Ideals with a reissue. It’s set to release on November 12th on vinyl, with an accompanying tour and documentary. Pre-order it here. Side note: I can’t stand anything ATR these days for a number of reasons, but this album fucks.
And we’ll wrap up the day with a new video and live album announcement from Armored Saint. Symbol of Salvation Livewill be out on October 22nd through Metal Blade, and the live clip for the title track can be found below. Enjoy.
Starting with Cloak who are touring the U.S. with Demiser this coming October and November. I know one Nine Circler that’s going to be PSYCHED about this one. Well, two. Throw me in that bucket. Tickets can be acquired here. Both of these bands rule, so go do that.
And then we have Heavy Temple, another band I enjoy immensely. This is a shorter run of shows, but they have some U.S. dates in August and early September. They’ll be supporting their new album, Lupi Amoris, which dropped back in June through Magnetic Eye Records.
Polish black metal crew Misanthur have set October 15th as the release date of Ephemeris. Their debut will be out through Season of Mist Underground Activists, and you can check out the first single taken from that album below, titled “Black Clouds & No Silver Linings”.