We’ll close with a couple new videos, because that just sounds fun. The first is from Within Temptation, for a new track called “Entertain You”. You can check that out here. Side note, you should be happy that I didn’t work a pun into this bit of news.
And finally, a new lyric video from Green Carnation for “Sentinels”. In case you haven’t checked out Leaves of Yesteryear yet, it’s very good. And it’s out now through Season of Mist.
DevilDriver have announced a new double album, Dealing With Demons, and the first volume will be out on October 9th on Napalm Records. You can check out a new track called “Keep Away From Me” now, if you’re into that kind of thing.
I was this many days old when Enslaved blew my mind for like the 1,000th time. Check out their new video for “Homebound” below. We are only a few months from the release of Utgard, which will be available through Nuclear Blast.
Ulcerate have dropped one of the best albums in 2020 so far with Stare Into Death And Be Still, so let’s check out this awesome video for “Dissolved Orders” taken from that album (out now on Debemur Morti Productions).
I’m gonna start going back to song lyrics with these intros. Way easier.
Check out this live acoustic performance from Árstíðir. This was put together in partnership with Club Weltenklang, a virtual venue where you can view performances from a wide range of artists. Not the most current happening, but that’s still a concept definitely doesn’t suck.
Soulrot have announced a release date for a new album through Memento Mori, titled Victims of Spiritual Warfare. That will be out on July 27th, but if you want to get a taste of what’s to come, you can check out “God Forsaken” right now.
And finally, we will end things with a little industrial metal. This is Dead Animal Assembly Plant with the video for “A Violent Breed”. Their new album, Bring Out the Dead, will be out on Armalyte Industries.
As of today, my Mortician facemasks have been delivered. Glorious day, folks. Anyway, new metal Monday so let’s do it. Canada’s Revenge have been called a lot of things but extreme and chaotic are among the most pertinent descriptors, and they’re back with a major label debut and if anyone thought that would mean a less striking platter of extreme, those kind of thinkers are dead wrong. Pile of Priests drop their self titled debut which is a stunning display of thinking man’s death metal that has cahones as big as a planet, Chepang doles out punishing grindcore on their sophomore effort that will bring the eardrum pain, and Cosmic Putrefaction offer an all encompassing journey through every imaginable metal arena—kind of an ‘all that and a bag of chips’ sort of deal. So, as I don my fresh Mortician face mask you go and drop some cash on today’s offerings, I’ll be there in a sec.Continue reading →