Let’s lead off with Kreator. They’re currently on tour in North America, and today they dropped a video for “Conquer and Destroy”. That, of course, is taken from their latest album, Hate Über Alles, which is available through Nuclear Blast.
Eternal Rot have revealed details surrounding their third full-length. Moribound will be unveiled July 24 through Memento Mori, alongside Godz Of War Productions. Give “Desecrated Guts” a listen over at the former’s YouTube channel.
The most significant announcement of the day probably came from Mizmor (alright, that’s a little subjective). A new full-length titled Prosaic, and the debut through Profound Lore, will be out on July 21. Check out the clip for “No Place To Arrive” below.
We can close out with some hard rock, I suppose. Below is the clip for “At the Waters Edge”, a track taken from the new self-titled album from A-Z. That one is out through Metal Blade, their debut with that label.
Hustling through this so that I can get to the damn brewery. It’s Friday, ya’ll.
We’ll lead off with some progressive metal, in the form of Virtual Symmetry. The quintet revealed “Come Alive” today, taken from their upcoming self-titled album. That one is out on September 16th through Sensory Records.
I’ve been listening to False Light a lot this week, so we’ll jump to new a new lyric video from White Ward next. Check out the visualizer for “Phoenix” here. That album, by the way, dropped a couple weeks ago through Debemur Morti and it is incredible.
Since we opened with beer, we shall also close with beer. Check out the new video and track from Tankard for “Beerbarians”. Pavlov’s Dawgs will be out on September 30th through Reaper Entertainment, their debut with the label.
Another day, another dollar. If things were easy, we’d all sign up for the gravy train, but it just ain’t so. And, that train is long gone. Thinking out loud there…anyway, new metal time! Let’s get to it, Grave Miasma put forth probably their most deathy death metal album yet and I’m all here for it, Hore rolls out a freaking banger of a black ‘n’ roll album, Oldskull brings about memories of Morrisound era Floridian death metal, and Wolverine FINALLY are releasing their epic feature length audio / visual album on digital and vinyl—better believe I’m picking that up, excellent dark metal there. So, with no gravy train in sight, head below to find a new favorite from this long list of new releases. Drop some coin and enjoy the trip.