Misþyrming, one of my favorites, announced a new album today titled Með hamri. The new album from the Icelandic black metallers will be out on December 16 through NoEvDia, and I’m really excited about it. No teasers to share really, but here’s a pre-order link.
A start of another week, with more ridiculousness on the horizon.
August Burns Red are celebrating their 20 anniversary with an early 2023 tour, running February through May. They’ll be on the road with The Devils Wear Prada and Bleed From Within, with ticket options available here. Also, their new album drops March 24, titled Death Below, through SharpTone Records.
Azketem have set December 16 as the international release date for Azetik, which will be out through Urtod Productions on vinyl, and independently on CD. Hear the brand new track, “Dannen Rijk”, over on Bandcamp.
Out of Prophecy Productions, we have the new video from Disillusion for “Driftwood”. That track is taken from the German avant-garde metallers new album, Ayam, which dropped back on November 4. Give it a watch below.
I suppose we can mix things up with some metalcore today. Check out the latest from Currents, titled “The Death We Seek”. That’s available through SharpTone Records.
This is something I wasn’t previously familiar with. South African progressive black metallers Constellatia are releasing their sophomore full-length on November 11th through Season of Mist, titled Magisterial Romance. With that announcement, the first single, “Adorn”, is available now.
Chicago extreme metal outfit Bones are releasing their fourth album, Vomit, on October 28th through Disorder Recordings. Here’s a preview clip. The release show they’re hosting on the 29th at Reggie’s looks like a ton of fun as well.
Suicide Silence premiered a new track today, titled “You Must Die”. That single is available for purchase here, and you can watch the music video for it below.
I know I just referenced it yesterday, but we are officially one month away from Fire In The Mountains.
For now, we’ll stay focused on the items at hand. For example, The Contortionist have announced a headlining tour with Rivers of Nihil, with dates running this September and October. Tickets go on sale Friday at this location.
In the metalcore world, We Came As Romans have unveiled details surrounding their next album. Darkbloom will mark their first album in five years, and is set for an October 14th release through Sharptone Records. Check out the visualizer for “Plagued” here.
Hard rock quintet Wage War release Manic last October through Fearless Records, and today they shared a new live music video for “Godspeed”, taken from that album. Give it a watch here.
People are a lot more excited about Mudvayne reuniting than I would have expected.
Black Label Society are releasing quite the box set. None More Black, available through Entertainment One, features all 12 full-length albums, a bottle opener, a back patch, a hardcover book… all kinds of good stuff. Got some cash to burn? Here’s that purchase link you obviously need.