I don’t hear from Junius much unfortunately, so let’s go there next. They premiered an acoustic version of “Transcend the Ghost” through Decibel. A repress for Reports from the Threshold of Death is out through Prosthetic but is probably sold out at this point.
We can wrap up the day with some old school tech death. Miscreance shared a new music video for “The Garden”. That’s taken from the reissue of their debut album, Convergence, which is out tomorrow through Season of Mist.
Canto after dark: still a thing sometimes! Gonna keep it quick though.
Leading off, we have Burning Witches. They released the third single, “World On Fire”, from their upcoming new album. Their fifth studio album, The Dark Tower, is out this Friday through Napalm Records.
The Devil’s Trade is a thing that I like, so let’s end on that note. A new album, Vidékek vannak idebenn, is slated for a July 14 release through Season of Mist. Check out the video for the brand new track, “Flashing Through the Lack of Light” directly below.
Boris and Uniform are releasing a collaborative album on June 16 through Sacred Bones Records, titled Bright New Disease. “You Are The Beginning” is the first sample taken from that effort, and you can give it a listen here.
And we’ll close with the latest from Oceanlord. The music video for “Kingdom” can be found below, the final single taken from Kingdom Cold. That album is slated for a May 26 release through Magnetic Eye Records. Four is enough for today – I’ve got stuff to do. Bye!
The inbox was a little shy today, but let’s see if I can find a few things worth sharing…
RUÏM unveiled “The Triumph (Of Night & Fire)”, the first track taken from Black Royal Spiritism – I.O Sino Da Igreja. Give that a listen, and lock in your pre-order, here. The debut album from the new project from Blasphemer, former guitarist of Mayhem and founder of Vltimas, is out on May 26 through Peaceville.
And we’ll wrap up our Monday with a little nu-deathcore, which is a subgenre that I now know exists. Below is the new video from Left to Suffer for “Artificial Anatomy”. Their new album, Feral, is set for a May 12 release. The links you need for that one can be found here.